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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 20 July 1870

n VOL. I. LATEST BYTELEGRAPH. FOREIGN NEWS. Adjournment of Congress. Tlit1 fiSiiiope.m Contest. WAR DECLARED BY FRANCE, Prussia Fully Prepared. iYo .Battle bought Vet. ROTHSpiriLDS ESTRANGED. Prussian Strongholds Reinforced. RUSSIA TO FAVOR PRUSSIA. England Remains Neutral TROOPS MASSIXU OX THE FKOXTIEIt. J'Aiiifci, July 15. The declaration of war against Prussia has been announced in the Corps LegislatM". Tlio old garrisons have gone to tiio front. " Vive War!" is tlit- universal cry. Uoursellat; Hunt us Oof. There is great agitation licre, jnid many demonstrations in favor of war are made by the people. During the night, crowds of. students and others paraded the streets and boulevnrds shouting "Vivo War!" "Down with Prussia,!" &c. Homo persons who protested were hissed and insulted. The police did not interen. A crowd (stopped at the Prussian Embas sy and shouted Insultingly. It is asserted that the Prussian Ambassa dor leaves Paris to-day. An extraordinary editionof the Vons...

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. — 20 July 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE, WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, 1870. OUK NASHVILLE LETTER. From oor Special Correspondent.! Nashville, Tjsnn., July 11, 1870. To-luy cuds a session of legislation for Tennessee Unit will long be famous In the annuls of tho Volunteer State, not alone for any one featuro that may havo helped to make it notorious, but especially for tho many peculiar and decided acts It has had the hardihood to perpetrate. AVe shall not in this letter attempt a resume u( the start ling nets that .have been parsed, nor shall wo glvo a list of the many terrible laws they have thought proper to perpetrate ; but shall content ourselves with giving the readers of the Ciikoxiclk our notions of tho peculiar patriotism that has been elimi nated by this conclave of modern Solons. Cromwell doubtless had good reasons for suddenly terminating a rather long term of tho English Parliament; no one has ever questioned his wisdom or tact, so far as his policy was concerned ; but when history attempts t...

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. — 20 July 1870

rCOMMUNICATKD.3 Caiithu's Dki'ot, Tcnn., July 10, 1870. To the Editors of the Chronicle : Our journey tliun fur Into the country has been so pleasant, that with your pcrmta Hlon, we will way nowciliing to your read ers of our trip and whnt we huvo Been. The train that curried us from your pleas ant city was densely crowded with pleasure seekers and Invalids from the Sunny South, on their way to the Virginia Springs, nut ii6twlthstandlng the crowd ed condition of the curs, all were rendered comfortable and pleasant by the Indefati gable attention ot that very popular rail road conductor, Col. Young. Our compa ny was not altogether the pleasure pecker from thu South, but many EastTeniiesNeo uns -were with us at the outset and many others Joined us as wo made our way to this point. AVe had the pleasure of meet ing with the Hon. F. 8. Singletary, the worthy Representative In the present Gen eral Assembly, of tho good little county of Carter, soon after ho got aboard of the train. Ford i...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 20 July 1870

KNOXVILLE WHKKIjY CHRONICLE, WEDNESDAY, JULY -0, 1870. .! rUMJSUKKS. OFFICE BHOWNloVs OLD STAND, Jliilrnni c on .VT STKI'.I'.T. i:t MUo, llctwecn Mninnml Hill etrccti". TKiuis or sriiscmi'Tiox. . 'Ono copy, one year, 2 "0 Ono copy, tlx months 1 00 Ten copies, one year, 1" Twenty eople", one year, W) CO Wednesday, JlTI,Y 'JO, 1870. DEATH OF SENATOR NORTON. Senator Norton, of Minnesota, who has been lying Jn a critical condition lor some liuic iat, (lied at Washington yesterday. He was born'in Mount VornohOhio, on tin- 12th day of April, 1S2U. During the Mexiean';var, lie served as a soldier with the Ohlovoluntccrs. After the close of the Mexican war, lie visited California and Nicaragua, and then returned to Ohio, here lie studied mid practiced law. lie removed to Minnesota, and .served in the State Senate six years. In ISM, ho was fleeted to the United States Senate, a-, a Conservative. In his Senatorial career, he has bivariably acted with the Democrats, and has not been Ulentiticd...

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. — 20 July 1870

KN'OXVILLK WKKKIiY ClIllOXICLK, WKDXKMDA V, .JULY 120, 1870. f 7 "WEDNESDAY, . JULY 20, 1870. wrKt'i.Miix :oiir.s Of tlii CiiniiMcl.r. Mailed free tn any addres on ap plication. ' Tnkc 'S'ollfM-. t' Ifermfter ratln on gentlemen to lifetime ntnJMatr, or. matter nf n pcrnnnl tiniirr, will lie eliarfietl far twmirer' tinementn. RATES OF Sl'KSCKII'TIO.V k A1IVEKTIS1XU III' TUB ' ' Knoxvlllc Clii-nnlolf, Wlite. and Press mid Herald and Tress and .Messenger. TP.Il.MH OI' ll.VII.V I'.VlTIt. Ono year... ?S.OO Six months 4.50 Less thnn tlx months per month. 75 l'crwcck , 20 ti'.rms or wi;i:ki,y impki:. Per 0:11 siiiulo copies " " Clubs of 10 copies 'JO " ... 2.00 .... 17.51) .... 30.1)0 HATUH OI' ADVIlKTI.tlMO IX DAILY. OSK. MQCARK. Ten lines, or lcs, solid to constitute a square. Kuril iiiMtttonnl insertion.. Each additional square Each additional siu-ire Each ix ltti t ioiiti I square Each inlilition.il square Kirn mlilitioniil suture. .. Each additional pq ti:ire . . . Mnlf Column, One Co...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 20 July 1870

KNOXVIIjLK AVKKKLY C'HltONICLIC, WEDNESDAY, JULY , 1870. FARM AND HOME, Farm Houses. Of all dreary places deliver im from the dreary farm liouea which Ho many people call " liome." Bnrn for nfrontgatc; thick ens wauowing Duioro me tioor ; pig penn vlbotvlnir tho house in the rear : cniinry trees never eared for, or no trees at all ; no vines over thu door ; no lawn ; no llower- nig MiruiiH ; no neatness ; no inmnes-s. And yet a lawn, and tree-, and a neat walk, and a pleasant porch, and a plain fence around all do not cost a great deal. They can lie Kecured. little by little, at odd times and the expeUso hardly felt. And If .... . 1 i 14 !.. i i ..II .1... vvr iiinu coiner) v Jii'ii u 11 oust u -on un farm, ilfty dollars to invited will often hrlng back live hundred. For tho man Is a brute who will not yield to a higher prlco for Mich a farm when he thinks of tho pleasant surroundings It oflbrs his wife and children. Salt for G'ron lag Cabbages. An intelligent producer of cabbages s...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 20 July 1870

How llic Supremo Conrl Somluntloiis arc llccelvcd. From our cxcliniigcn wo clip the follow- If nny one can toll us what good this Convention has tlouc, wo would bo glad to know It. Ah a party convention It was a ralluro, for It rclusctl to provide for the or ganization of tho Democratic party. If it was a no imrtv convention It was n still greater failure, for no Republicans or Radi cals were admitted. Its nominations were very good, but they bind no one, and one of tlio candidates nominated. Mr. Nichol son, will not ho permitted to qualify, jf elected, because Congress has refused to remove ins (iisaninues. Wo think tho member oi tlio convention would have done better had they stayed at home and looked after their private business. This new stylo of "no-party Conventions" strikes us as tlio greatest humbug of the age. "When a legitimate party convention makes nominations It Is tho duty of tho members of tho party to support them, or to openiy dissolve meir connection witn tho party...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 20 July 1870

H KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHKONK'LK, WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, 1870. TELEGRAPHIC SUMMARY. Atlanta, June 12. Tlic LegiBluturc met to-dny. Tho Scnnto continued Frollntihuyci'ii, vico Motley. There being no hpcclnl legislation, Con gress adjourned sine die. Prussia will establish u enmn of twenty five thousand men nt Lnnnche. Tho Georgia bill was signed by the Pre sident, tu well us nil appropriation bills. iinron Clcrolt deehires in diplomatic cir cles that Prussia is fully prepared for the war. Oen. MeCleinm was elected Chief Engi neer of tho Department of Docks at New York city. New Yohk, July 10. The steamship, City of Drupels, took out $1,250,000 in spe cie, and the Herman, $160,000. The Garde Nntlonale and Garde Mobile, of the first three corps were ordered to re port immediately for active service. St. Potkusmmki, July IS. Advices from Tiensiln, China, say the French were massacreed and the Germans Kpared. A Jlerlin dispatch Just received says that in spite of the withdrawal of Hohenzollern ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 27 July 1870

fttUKft VOL. 1. KNOXVILLE, TENK, WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, 1S70. NO. 17. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. WAR NEWS BY THE CABLE, COMMENCEMENT OF HOSTILITIES. Reported Engagement at Geismellcr. The From-li Attacked and Defeated. Manifest Superiority of the Needle (iuu. Custom House at Shrecklingcn Captured London, July 20. Germany makes the dethronement of the Bonupuites her ilti matum. Tlio olllecrs of tlio Bank of England have announced nn advance in the rate of discount of one-half of one per cunt. The minimum rate is now three and n half per cent, discount. London, .Inly 121. The factthat Austria is ordering extended Held maneuver in Hungary is accepted as proving the sin eerety of her neutrality. London, July -l. Tlio battle roportc i to have been fought at Forhach. yesterday, wis only an exchange of shots by the sch tinels. The statement made yesterday after noon, that the English Government in tends to dispatch troops to protect Belgium, is generally discredited. The Daily -Vhm, of this morning...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 27 July 1870

LETTER FROM EUROPE. A Trip from Knoxvillo to nri-iiim How 1'rwwportJi arc Olitnlncil Infcrc-fttlng I'nr-tlrnlni-N of nn Ocean VoynRC. From our Special Correspondent.! STEAMS! DnUTClUjANI), Nonnr Sea, June 80th, 1870. j We ttlmll reach llremen to-night nul I shnll won be on the continent of Europe, with ita wilderness of wonder, of which I intend to write you. l'crhaiw some of your readers are interested to Know some thing of n Journey like mine front Knox vlllc. 1 left on Wednesday, June 16th. reached Washington on Thursday evening, and next morning I nppeareuat the Depart ment of State for a passport. A friend was with me to do the necessary witnessing and getting the passport occupied about iivo minutes. I am under obligations to Mr. Mnvnard for mine, but any one else may learn from this, all that is neces sary an acquaintance ii'' accompany you in making application, that is all. Saturday morning 1 reached New York: Avent to Bowles, JJros. it Co., and deposited my greenbacks and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 27 July 1870

Letter from Clinton. Cm.nton, TknnT, July 14tli, 1870. Editors ChhoNioui: This being court week, (v great number of people have been i tV1, "c lmve ft Sreat nny candl clnteH for county ofllees, and some excite ment exists among their respective frlcnik It la generally conceded, however, that there ciin be but one elected to each ofllce, which legal provision necessitates the martyrdom of several feore of the- most unselfish patriots, who have kindly con sented to receive the votes of the people, in order that the people might have good olllcers. AIa.4 ! that there is not an ollice for nil, at least all who can read and write. But there Is not, and many are, therefore. v. 1 lsl'oltment. Halt river , will receive many immigrants from Aiuler-1 ov lAiin ii jut' The- most startling feature of the Judi cial canvass transpired here on .Monday. About 0 o'clock the whistle announced the approach of the train, with the court and lvnoxvllle bar on board. No particular notice was taken of the e...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 27 July 1870

IIS TTxJtC aTVV-K AV AriiSK . rruLisiiKus. OFFICE; BROWNLOWS OLO STAND, Ilnli-niirc on.l.VVSTIti:i:r, llnslMile. lIctMten .Mninnni'. 11111 ttrci-U. TKBMS or SlTll.SCItll'TIO.V. Om- coiy, one yenr. Ono i'i',v. six uiuiun?, Ten io)ik, ono year 'Jwonty coiic,, ono ir . 1 (K) . 17 SO . 30 00 W K D XKS DAY, JULY 27. 1S70. THE CHEAPEST AND BEST PArER. . lly nil arVmc'nt'bctwtpn tlio publishers or .the Whig, J'rc'1' Mr"W 11,1(1 CituoxiOi.i:, tho rates of subscription to the Weekly are uniform ; i. f., Two Dol lars each tosinglesub-crlbors ; clubs often, $17.00; clubs of twenty, ST.0.O0. Each pa per now stands upon it.- merit.-. The Wj:i ki.y C'ltnoN'iCiii:, at the same price of the Whig or Press and Messenger, is the cheapest paper in East Tennessee. Jt con tains almost tvice as much r'citdinf matter as the 'w)kj1ii(T, and more than the Whig, it contaiiisthe latest telegraph ic mws ami the Market Report-, and is, the mo-t desirable and cheapest Weekly in 'Ent Tonncs-ee. PARTISAN TRICKS. Wh...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 27 July 1870

KNOXVIf.LK WEHKI.Y CHHON ICLIi, WKDNFI) .Y Jl'LY 27, 1H70. "WEDNESDAY, .IU1A' 27,1870. si'i'.ci.'ur.x coimi'.n Oftho Chronicle mailed frco to any luldreM on np lillcallon.' ' ' ' Jfprraflrr ffii nrnttrniifu ti ttfkm AlitllitifM. matter of a pcrmnnl nature, wiVta charged for aiijdvrr- rucmoin. THE i'E01'LI2$ CANDIDATES, For Chntiecllor: O. . TKMPLK. For Circuit Judge! "Ji. T. II A li L . For Attorney General: ar . 'v ii o'ltisr iv U'lt n h . J jficyox : cocxty TniKirr." For tJriminnl Court Judge: M . L . II A L L . Kor Clerk of Criminal Court: II. C. TAinVATKll, Itecovcrliifr. o aro glnd to bo nblo to stale that Mr. L. II. Oclomo is improving steadily, and, beyond a aligllllieniorrhnge, is doing vory well, y . Approaching. "Old'' .John ltobitison exhibited at Joncs- boro' hist night, llo will bo licro next Saturday, nnd the small boys had better have' n mpply of frogs on hand. 3IontnIc Springs. This popular watering place is crowded with visitors. Thero were one hundred .and sixty th...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 27 July 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE, WEDNESDAY, JULY 117, 1870. FAUM AM) HOME. Who Make the lltt Farmers. Mr. Dccchcr snys: "Ainimwho 1h not amiirt enough to run a store is not smart enough to run n farm. Farmers are not to bis made out of what Is left after lawyers, doctors, ministers, and merchants nrj orted and nicked out. And, If a man fails on a good farm, it is not likely that huwlll succeed in n store; for it requires more talent to bo a thrlvinir farmer than to bo stn average merchant. The one cause of grcutest lulluro is the disproportion be tween a man's farm and his capital. A farmer's capital is his skilled labor and his money. If lie hns little cash, he must have no more land than lie can thoroughly ivell manage by his own personal labor. Every aero beyond that is an encumbrance. One acre well worked is more profitable than twenty acres skimmed over. It is this greed of land by farmers that have not the capital to work it that keeps so many poor. Small farms are better than larg...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 27 July 1870

French and Prussian Leaders. The leading soldier brought prominent ly lorwnru uy uie Dcntllngcoiilllct between jnmco auu I'rusxiit nre men wbo-e reputn tlonH have been made clilelly In tho midst 01 events equally If ,,ot more important than thin Is likely to be. The following iiauumsui fiomo ortlium will bo read with interest: Till! VltKXCJf OK.VKHA1.B..MAHSHAI. CAN 7toni:nT. Marshal Canrobert (Francois), who com- imiiun uiu msi army corps, is over sixty years of age, having been born in 1S0t. ills military celebrity, like that of most of uiu riuueii generals, was commenced in Algires, and was perfected before Sebasto- 1101 iio is mun ancient family In Jirit tany, his lather having been an ollleer in the JJoyallst army of tho Prince of Comic Ho a so graduated at St. Cry. Ho took part in i the subjugation of Algeria, llirbt- ng with great valor, and gradually rising jv. mi, iiuin 01 eoioiici, alter Having got the legion of honor and thechargo of the foreign legation of Franco after t...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 27 July 1870

I s lvNOXVJLLK WEEKLY CHUoNiCiLlS, WEDNESDAY, JULY i7", 1870, Tinni.v topics. 1 Say lllstnnrcktto "apolcon, , , . , -"Vnt's diufroll eay to moj " I tweaks yoiir Jinir, I mills your noc If you vlll not civil lie I" Say Nap. to Von Bismarck, "You lie. you tog, you liol No Dcutsclimnn pulls my royal nose, Hut 1 blow him up sky-high ! " Den Knp. ho sticks out his pig nose, In Bismarck's fnco quite near; Old Liz. Iiu give him vig'rous pull, Den dhrinks some lager beer. But Nap. he froth iintl shtnmp and liwor And said he'd mnko him dance j But Bismarck tweaks his n'ot-b again, "When Nhji. cried "Vive In France!" Dor French arc marching to dcr Hhinc, Dcir measured-tramp we hear Dcy come to get deir noses pulled, ''Fndcrlancfand Lager Bier! " TELEGRAPHIC SUWIARY. Iottcr from Clinton. Tono.vro, July 111. Foreign hunts me allowed to lih for pleasure on the St. Law rence river. Hoc'HESTKit, X. Y. A fearful storm oc curred here. Three houses were struck by lightning. Floulwce, July 33. The Ita...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 3 August 1870

r a y hi VOL. I. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3, 1S70. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. WAR NEWS BY THE CABLE, Prussians Massing on the River Itliinc. The King of Prussia Gone to (he Front. The Trench Troops to (iarrison Home. t9- Engiantfwill Protect Hcigian Interests. FOltMGX MISCELLANT. IlIKMAltCKS Itll'dO.H.VTIV stiiati:;v. .leporlcil ri'oncli Itcimlic nt NitiilirticUcti The Position of the I'rencli Army i:iilnmr l'osllloii. Washington-, August 1. The Prussians havo massed on the Illiino hanks. Prince Napoleon departs shortly for the Baltic. The French remain in Rome until Sep tember. It is report vd that England intends occu pying Ant werp. There are rumors of lighting near For ba. li. A special to the Jfcrultl says the French lost twenty,- and the Prussians eight, at Saarbruek. Bismarck has issued circular diplomas at neutral courts, wherein, among other things, he says that Napoleon has con stantly tempted Prussia. Prussia remained honest, but for tho sake of peace it was thought ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 3 August 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHKUNICLE, WEDNESDAY, AC'GUST it, 1870. LETTER Fit 031 GERMANY. A Trip from llrt-iiiru lo Itcrlln Jtiiihii ItntlroniN Hlslorir Scoiiom JIKocllnm ohm Xcwi. From our Special Correspondent. IlKULIN, .Tilly 0, 1871). For any one wlio would find recreation and excitement, without exhaustion, and improvement by u roynl roiul, I recommend travel in North Germany. When otirgood shin dropped anohor oil renter Hufen. and I fcuw, for the llrst time, the low. Hat country, the nntlmiated buildings, and the clumsoy windmills of Dcutchland, I had a somewhat dlU'crcnt opinion. Aouttertook us oil' the ship and landed no on an artifi cial levee, hunt of turf and brick, and standing twelve feet above low tide and about the fame height above the city be yond. Tc crossed It, and descended by thatched pavements and stone streets to the railroad, and were on for Bremen, which is thirty miles up the Wesor. With small, dingv-looking engines, four-wheeled cars, and doors in the sides, these ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 3 August 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY rilRONKLK, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12, 1870. Our fCOMMl'Mi ATKD." durational Intorcsts. T ; ICnrroits ('HitOMfM: Allow mo to com mence where " .S. S. E." left oil", in his re murks on cditentioiinl mutter Tlutrnduy, suulnild u few lines. Jlo asks: ''What should be our millcy?" an important quoM (Ion, us nil will nt once luhnlt. Wo reply : " Union!" Thero can never be any real growth In educational mutters so long us one party pulls in one direction and anoth er the contrary way. That all wish to see our Institutions oi learning advance, that all take a pride- in their success, is not doubted, but unfortunately some favor one man, some another : some favor one plan, some another, and the consequence is noth ing is done us it should he. Wo hold that fCOJIMUXICATF.n.i The (,'ost or l'lg Iron Foals Not All Dead Yet. to be successful in the highest acceptation of the term, "old things should pass away," and with hearts longing for the im provement of the rising generation, for...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 3 August 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST !!, 1870. a hwmlU StoMj) $tarik WAR SPECULATIONS, PUBLISHERS. . OFFICE 1 BROWNLOW S OLD STAND, Kiitrnm-e on JAY NTItr.r.T, V.n1 Nirte. llotwciii Mum uml Hilt tired?. TKKMH r NWIl.NOMl'TlO.V. Ono copy, ono ycar.i Ono copy, rlXTiUmtliJ, Ten coiiic?, ono yenr, Twenty copies, ono year $2 (X) , i on , 17 H) . SO 00 WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3, 1870. THE CHEAPEST AND BEST PAPER. - By tin agreement between the publishers of the K7iiV, J 'reus and Mcmnycr unci CintoKiCLK, the rates of subscription to the Weekly are uniform ; . r., Two Dol lars each toslnglo subscribers; clubs often, $17.50: clubs of twenty, $30.00. Each pa per now stands upon its merits. The WkkkIjY CimoNici.i:, lit the same prlco of the Whiff or Press a)i(l Messenger, Is the cheapest paper - fnEasf Tennessee. It con tains almost twice us much reading mutter as the Press and Messenger, ami more than the Whig. It contains the latest telegraph ic news and the Market Report-", and is, the ...

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