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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 27 August 1873

; 'SaSW VOL. IV KNOXVILLE, TENN.. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 27, 1S73. NO 22. . . . AUGUST 175. THE WEEKLY CHROSICLE Tublifhe" In every Ifjse, fnctj about the soil, climnte, iroJuction, price of Unda, and advantngei Cfore(l to immigrant in East Tennesfee. These article! are in tended to afford reliable information to itrangeri, and are prepared carefully and afford the cheapest and most reliable information obtainable. Specimen cop ies of the, pajf tnt on application. For terms of subscription see fourth pace. FACTS ABOUT EAST TENNESSEE. Immltrrnt ion UusiiiiOHi-i unci llesiltn ofKuoxvlllu. NO. CXI.V. From tlio last issue of The Trnnesarcr Land J!cyis(r.r, we extract the following infonnuUon for our Northern readers : We ai A receiving daily, letters from par ties North and West, who Intend visiting Fast Tennessee during the coining fall and winter. Just before the cholera made its appearance at Nashville, during the earlier part of the summer, we had the privilege of Peeing a great many str...

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. — 27 August 1873

3AnoMIIc Mlcchln (EJjroratl., ftalcfoncston, unust 27, 1873. AUGUST 27, 18Tc FIKLI) A.1I rAHJI. Clean Seed. As anile, thoe farmers who nro most careful i" cleaning their seeil grains, and the most thorough, la their cultivation, have the fewest weeds to contend with : and Fnch are the most fully compensate J iu the end for their pains. One of the most prolific sources of the spread of weeds is cowing directly from the thresh ing machine; for however well these ma chines clean the grain for market purposes, and the better classes of them do it admira bly well still there is no power machine that will clean seed in as thorough a man ner as to lit it for sowing. This, however, may be accomplished by careful cleaning h'f the more modern fans, having sieves at apted to the various sizes and shapes of se;ds, and perfectly controlled by the blast gi reu. With the use of these we have oft n secured a large advance over the or dinary market price, onaccouiit of the seed beiLg perfectly clean...

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. — 27 August 1873

Jinoifatllt iMcthls (ftbronitlc, Jcbncstoijj, August a 7, 1873. FRO.H J0ESH0KO Financial. Xhv Advei Murine lit. KENTUCKY OUTLAWS. Courlrr-Jonrnnl's Krpnrt of Their Out Correspondence of the Courier-Journal, Owen County, Ky Aug. 1-5. MonOny morning found yourcorreMjioud ent iu thi? very miilnt of the outlaws. They are no mith, as their terriMo .work lias time nud p;aiii established; yet, snve through their certain Moody work, nnd Uncertain hearnay, one cau learn but little of them, even nmld the scenes of their out rages. If I lived In this section I should sleep with a double-barrel shot gun, two Colt's navies and one eye, all well cocked every night, ready to give the raiders au Improved specimen of the "All-cock plas ter" on the shortest notice. THE THEATER OK THE OUTRAGES. . The maioritv of their outrages have been perpetrated within an area about the size ot a civil district, anu emoracuig mat ter ritory where Franklin. Owen and Henry corner, and extending for several miles up a...

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. — 27 August 1873

2fn0bHIc SftStcthlii juomtic Mtimcstutji, august 27, 187; &k fti'lcchln Chronicle. RULE & KICKS, Publishers, l'umlnr 10 Market J'lavr, j:it &Uk. Tt.HMS ' M list III r tlO.V. One cvi' one year t2 00 One cwr. ii uionihj 1 Oil Ten ooi ic., one yi-nr 13 00 Twenty coi-iw, one year 30 00 WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1S73, Another horrible railroad accident! Our dispatches yesterday niorniiiff told the pad story. Railroad employees disregard schedules, run in their own way, regard losa of orders. Mollis are launched into cteruitv iu the most horrid manner. Men re scalded to death, mangled and torn. A ghastly sacrifice is offered to the spirit of improvement peculiar to this fast uge. Stringent law are demanded, for the evervst penalties known, for the punish nient of public carriers who have so little recard fur human life. JriXiiNO from the advertising columns of the Chattanooga paper, the county of Hamilton, is to be sold out for taxes at the Court House door in Chattanooga on the 1...

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. — 27 August 1873

nobillc J&lcthljj Cbrrjnitlc, fcolclmcsliap, uqust 17, 187a. WEDNESDAY AUGUST 'Si. MT.t ITII N (OIMI S Of the Chrosici.s untiled free to nny a l Jrcss on ap- kails or Aivt;nriii in wiikly. Ten lines, or less, noli., to constitute a siiusra. 4 S o o" pac. i h p s a ' tM M M fe O 1 tniare l 1 50 I S 60, 4 Ml SO'I 9 OO'tlS 00 2 Squares . 8 001 6 On S 50 i 10 50 111 f0 3tviuur 4 BO I 9 001 11 Ml 14 50 ! Square 00! 11 50 H Oj 1 Of) 5 Suuarw. .... 7 50 14 001 16 50 i 00 'i I I I 'U SO 30 OOl 3S60I 37 50 4S 00 65 50 HIALTH OP THI CITT. ' 1 The death of Judge Nelson from cholera gives rise to false stories about the deaths In Knoxville. For the week endingjthe 2iith the deaths from cholera in Knoxville have been not more than one a da;. At this writing Tuesday noon we hear of one death but no hew canes. These are the facts as reported by the Health Officer of the city and by our reporter. Some one to board Joseph Morrow, a person of partially unsound mind. He is able to work more or les...

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. — 27 August 1873

6 JAnotbiUc cLGlcchln Cfewnirlc Salcbitcstmn, gUrpst 27, 1873. "vVEDXESDAY AlGUST.27, 1973. I rom I.pn'n Spring. Lea's Springs, Aug. Mth, 1S7.1. Within the :i-t week if some of the rtailers of tin.' Chhonicxr, wlio reside in Knoxville, could have been transported ia the early forenoon, or some evening at ean'y candle lighting, to this locality, and could, unobserved, have looked through the windows of n ten-piu alley, they would have beheld a Mrauge and aiuusiug spectacle. It is really funny, just to see how men (and women too,) can lay aside that bubble called "dignity," utterly disregard lug apiearanees and give eutlrely away to unstudied ease. Here all seem to be on the most perfect equality. One of Knox ville's most learned and popular physi elans, whose research Las given food for the Intellect of thousands mny be seen rolling balls at wooden pins with a printer, and when lie makes a "ten strike,' or even a " spare," showing as much satisfaction as (he latter. A bank teller (wh...

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. — 27 August 1873

ftnotfillc aaicthlj?- 'ouiclc, Mctmcs RAILROAD STRIKE I !VEHr TOBK. Aa Express Train Preclpilatfd Into a Canal. , Kidnapper of Italian Children Brought to Crier, A Dreadful Condition of A flairs in Kansas. The Pack Horses of an Exploring Party Stolen. Polities and Railroad Natters in the Colden State. HOME NEWS. BALTIMORE-PANT AND PRESENT. TUe American Celebrities Iia Centennial Anniversary. Baltimore, Aug. 20. The American celebrates its centennial anniversary to day. The oillce is bandsomly decorated with flogs, coat of arms of the State, etc. Accompanying its morning edition, it publishes a fan simile of the first number of the paper, dated Aug. 20, 1773, which with other Interesting matter, contain a long advertisement of George "Washing ton, setting forth the advantages of i!o,)00 acres of land on the Ohio and Great Kan awah rivers, for which he had just receiv ed a patent. It also prints an illustrated Bupplemeit with Baltimore town in 1773, and pictures its first ofllce. The ...

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. — 27 August 1873

Jinoibillc Ktehljj 0mdc, SBtcbncsn?, ttnust 27, 1875. 8 HOME CHICLE. A Oil'IRITlAL NOVO. KUOM Tll GKRMAN MGYAL1S. ! Tranent o by Ueor.-e MucDonalJ, Wlicn in hours of fear ami failing, All but unite our hearts dispart : When, with sickness driven to wailing, A nt;iiisli nt hor bosom tour? ; j W Inn our loved ones we rfltnember; All their pricfniul trouble tus ; ' A:iJ the rloiuls of our I)ofcmler Let no henin of hopo shi;ie through ; Thn. chtlirn! Clod bonds him o'er ns ; Thon his love prow very clear ; .Long we heavenward then before us , t 1j his nnirol .stHmlitiu near I ' Fresh tho cup of life he reaches; Whispers courage, comfort new; N"r in vuin our prayers beseeches lle't fv'r the beloved too. Srr'ihiirr's for Srptember. . A Tclllns Law Speech. Jo. Marcuru, a well-known character in n cu'talu county of East Tennessee, who has several times run for the Legislature, and who has belt! the otllce of constable in his district, was lately indicted for carry ing a pistol. Jo. determin...

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. — 3 September 1873

VOL. IV. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 3, IS73. NO 23. SEPTEMBER 3, 1S73. TIIE EXACT IKl'lll ABOUT IIIOLERA IX THE CITY OF KSOXV1LLK. WHAT Ul ll C1F.KU YS! E" AX I'HVSI- IAXS HAY ABOir IT. So Cholera Cases Xow in Hie City, Let Cruel nnd Fnlo Rumor Stop In I be Fnce of Undisputed Facts. The cruel mul exaggerated stories that prevail about the prevelanee of cholera in the city of Knoxville luve done this com munity gret Injustice and injury. They have been circulated In many ways ; have .inspired terror throughout East Tennes see, and kept thousands of people from visiting our section. The Chronicle has from the first appearance of the disease in this city, faitnfully reported every death that has occurred. But wild and false ru mors have teaveled faster than the truth, and notwithstanding all our efforts the opinion prevails in many places that there is an epidemic of cholera in our midst, and that our citizens are dying in numbers every day. To put an end finally and we tru...

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. — 3 September 1873

Sinobillc Mcthli) (Srnmclc, Mcfcacsban, September 3, 137.'. 9 SKriEMBEU 3, 1?73. Kiel) Knsslaii Emigrants. The nrriviil in this country of the Kus eian Mennouiti'S lias created quite an ex citement among the olliceraof those rail road conipnnieu that have lands to sell in the far West. This immigration cer tainly is a most remarkable one, no set of men ever having arrived here before so veil supplied with fundsas these Kussians. Hence their movements are destined to af fect to a considerable extent the territory which they may elect to settle in. The richest man among those who arrived by ' the steamer llammonia, from Hamburg, on Friday last, is a Mr. Peter Isnack, who brings his wife and four children. This gentleman brought with him $140,000 in gold, and was the only one w)io came in the first cabin. Another gentleman had with him S07.O00 in gold, while all the rest brought from S4,00fo $i5,000, each family averaging about $10,000. As there were somo twenty families in the steerag...

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. — 3 September 1873

$nobilfc &Llcchl (roniclc, SMctwcslKm, September 3, 187a. Crops Schools and Health of Raccoon and Big Valllc. Ciivrch Grove, Aug. 23, 1S73. Editors Chronicle : In my letter pub linhed in the Weekly Chronicle of Aug. Gib, I mentioned tho fine, prospect for tin exuberant crop In Uenver Creek, Bull Run, Raccoon, Hickory, 1 lines, Wolf and Eig Vallies. List week I passed through the same vallies again, and I regreat that the protracted dry weathor causes me to somewhat modify my anticipations. During the latter part of May, and the whole of June, the rains were so frequent and heavy that a large majority of the far mers of thsee beautiful vallies were unable to properly cultivate their corn and when the dry weather set in, the fields were solid ly matted with weeds and grass, which caused the corn begin to fail hi a very few lays. The consequence is many fields that promised an overwhelming yield, will barely make half a crop. Enough, bow er, will be raised for home consumption and ...

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. — 3 September 1873

Vvnotbillc JAlcchln (bnmidc fcitcimcsbm;, September 3, 1873. SDIic ft&lcchln (Cbvcniclc. RULE & KICKS, Publishers, Xiimlxr P) Jrr.- t Finer, ImM Side. XERJIS r SI HNtKIPTIOX. One copy, one year 2 W One cuio'i ix month 1 W Ten ct I it'?. your Twenty ci't'ii?, one year 30 00 WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1ST Freights have been reduced very ma terially between Xow York city and the West aud South. First-class freights have been lowered to Nashville from 1.10 to 73; to Memphis, from $1.5-3 to ' and to Lou isville, Ky., from SO to 40. The Democrats of Virginia arc manag ing their canvass on the exclusive policy that "Virginia must rule Virginians'' and white Virginians at that. Ex-Senator Hunter says: "Experience has shown that the colored men are not true Virgin ian, although they are native-born. They are not so in feeling and seutimeut and sympathy and sensibility." The Lebanon Herald aud the Clarks ville Tobacco Leaf want to make John F. House Governor. Before the people vote for t...

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. — 3 September 1873

&no'billc Cillcchli) CbvonUlc, culcbncsap, September :3, 18 7a. septembkk n, it-:.;. M'KdJIKS OI-II H Of the Chroniclk mailed free to any aildrcfl on ap plsntinn. KATES OF A1VKUTISI.U IX Wl l lil.l. Ten linos, or less, iolid, to constitute a squnre. a o w j n s w s 1 Squnre t$ 1 50 J 3 SO $ 4 Si' I 6 50 9 00 flf 00 2 Squares jl 3 00 i 6 001 8 50 ! 10 So lii Ml 27 m 8Squuro 4 Mil 00 1 11 ho: 14 So 1 Sol 37 SO 4 Squares fi no H S"! 14 ' ) 00 SO "0. 4S (HI 6 Squares 1 7 50! 14 00 lrt Sol 2U (W 39 50' 53 50 Wniil. One or two first class cabinet makers. None but first class workmen neeil apply. Tiii31dAwn. I. N. llACKtK. For Nolo. One Bet of timber wheels. Chas. Christian, viiidlt.tw3t Loudon, Tenn. Wnntril. Rome ons to board Joseph Morrow, n person of partially unsound mind. He in able to work more or less. Would suit n farmer. Liberal compensation will be given. For particulars apply to. John M. Harius, viii2Gw2t Guardian of Joseph Morrow. Arrival of i Minister. Sineo the departure...

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. — 3 September 1873

JinoibtKc Cjotcchln xamtk (fctcimrsimn, September 3, 7'A. 6 SEFTEMBEll 3, 1?73 I'rrrnnllons An.ftlut liolfrit. Dr. J. P. Dake, a borncvopnthie physician of liiirli stMiidiiii? in Nashville, writing of tljp cholera cpldi-mic in that city, says : From my own observations, lately os well as formerly made, and from my views of tin causation of cholera, I specify the following as the most important precau tionary or preventive measures : 1. A cool sponge hath ami hrisk, dry ruMiing of the entire person every morn iiia on rising. L Usual avocations moderately pursued. o. Avoidance of unusual fatiirue or ex posure to heat or cold, especially to cur rents of night air. 3. Avoidance of larp draughts of cold water; also of food dillieult of digestion, such as cucumbers, cabbace, green corn, onions, green beets anil beans, fresh llsh, the Mesh of young nuiiuals, eggs, rih pautry, candies, etc. 5. Avoidance of alcoholic drinks, espe cially of beers fresh made. Light, still wines, such as Catawb...

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. — 3 September 1873

lnHaniH LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. SEVERE STORM OFF XOVA SCOTIV. Magnificent Present to Ex-I'resident Thiers. Summary runlsliuient of Mutineers in the Spanish Army. HOME NEWS. Trmpernuce Kw. Saratoga, Aug. 27. The National Temperance Convention! met to-day. On motion of Rev.H. AV.Cannub, a graiul na tional mans meeting was ordered to be held In Philadelphia In 187G, in connec tion with the C'entenial celebration. The Chair was authorized to appoint a com mittee to make arrangements. ?11,(K) was subscribed by the delegates to pay the indebtedness of the National Publication tSoeiety. MniHgRllnir DlnraoniN, New York, Aug. -0. lo hundred and eighty-five uncut and twelve cut dia monds from the Houth African lields and valued at $'30,000, were seized by the cus tom house officials on the person of X. "Lancaster, a Cliiciipoan, who arrived on the City of Chester from Europe. The position of the diamonds were in a cha mois akin bag around Mr. Lancaster's body. He denies that he attempted to smug...

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. — 3 September 1873

Jlnovbillc Mcchln (Snmeic, Mcimcstmrr, September 3, 8 HOME CHSCI-IC. THE I. AST SI ITER. nV JOAo,L"IX MILLER. "And when they had sung a hymn they went out into tho Mount of Oiivcs.-' Wlim song sang tlio twelve with the Savior When finished the Sacrament wine ? Wore thoy bowed and subdued in behavior, Or bold us made bold with a sign .' Wore the hnirv hren'ts strong nnd defiant ? Wero tho naked arms brawny and ftrong ? Were the beirded lips lilted reliant, Thrust forth and lull sturdy with song! "What sang they? 'What sweet xing of Zion, With Christ in their midst like it crown '.' While here sat Saint Peter, the lion, And there, like a lamb, with head down, Sat Saint John, with his silken nnd raven Rich hair on iiis shoulders, and eye Lilting up to the lace unshaven Like a sensitive, child's in surprise. "Was the son? as strong fishermen swinging Their nets lull of hope to the sea? Or low, like tho ripple-wave, sinj,in Sea songs on their loved Galilee? Were they sad with foreshadow ...

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. — 10 September 1873

" VOL. IV KNOXVILLE. TENX., WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER Ifc IS73. NO 24. WEDNESDAY, . . ' SEPTEMBER 10, 1T3. FACTS ABOUT EAST TCXNESSLE. Carter aud .IoIiiihou Couu tie. NO. CX.V. These two counties are situated In the extreme southeast portion of the State adjoining North Carolina and Virginia. Carter was one of the first organized coun ties in the State, having been constituted in 1T7G, at which time it also composed the territory now known ns Johnson. One of tiie first settlements in the State was made in Johnson. Carter has an area of 350 square, miles, consisting of high moun tains, picturesque scenery, productive val leys and rich iron mines. Johnson has 300 square miles, tho general features of which are very similar to Carter, Both taken together, they are considerably larger than the State of Rhode Island and nearly as large as Delaware. Of this large and really valuable body of land, only about one-third is iu a state of improve ment, according to the last census. A large proporti...

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. — 10 September 1873

Jtnovbillc tftlcchln Chronicle, aalrtncstum, September 1 cr, 1873. SncNvillr WxtkU iXhrniMk WEDNESDAY, . . SEPTEMBER 10, 1873. FIKL1) I-VltSI. Athene Items. Athens, Texn., Sept. 1st, 1S73. Ens. Chronicle: To-day the fanners of McMinn county were out iu full force at Athens. The brains of the county were present. Nowhere have I seen a liner looking body of men, and nowhere have I witnessed more lifo among the farmers. It is a slander upon them to say they are "old fogies." They are full of life, and thoroughly comprehend the situation. To be sure they aro not fit' about their doings, but they are at work. McMInn Is the banner county in wheat raising, if not in stock raising, also. There are some fanners here who never fail to produce good crops. They have done so this sea fon, unfavorable as it has been. I will mention Messrs. Matthews, Matlock, King, fihuggart and others. McMinn can ali boast of having the lagest per cent, of ground in meadow and clover. The facts will suUn me in th...

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. — 10 September 1873

lAnovbxllc (i&Uchlit Chronicle, ftiilcbmsban, September lCf, 1873. 3 AXM'AL ItF.rOUT or THE Trealdeut Islicloin of lta l.aet Test nmcf, Virginia oiiil Georgia Itnllronil Company. East Tkxsesskk, Va. & Oa. 1'.. K. Co., l'RESlUKNT'S OKKICK. Kxoxrit.t.R, Tens., SoptPinbcr :i, lr7:?. To iht Stockhnhltr of the F.nxt TenncsfrC, l'i qinia nml Ueonjia Railroad Company : Your President anil Directors take jlensuro in submitting tlio following vry gratifvinK re port of tho business of your Road, for tno fiscal year ending June 10, lcC5. Tho aocoinpanyinjr, report of your Vico Pres ident nnd Superintendent shows, the gross earn inps of your Company to huve been ns follows : From r.wengcr?, $moV2 81 " Kreigbt, Kjti,772 44 ' Kxp'reos 14.if.io W " V. S. Mall, -"7,4 )7 W " Miscollnn-eiUS sources, 10,'.73 W) $1,578,308 4i' The ordinary nnd extrnordinnry expenses in operating and impro ving road end equipment, have been J?,148 04 Net ineomo from tha business of tho KoJ, $449,210 42 Which is ...

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. — 10 September 1873

Jiiwifille ciatcchln Cbrcmclc Mcimcsuun, September 1M8?3. Ett fc&tcclifo (Chronicle. o RULE Si KICKS, Publishers;. Surf.; i- If Mark A Place, LaH Sit'-.. I KBJH or M nscitH'Tio.x. One o?.. ono yenr - i- Ono ciT, six mouths...... 1 W Ten rofits. one your, 15 00 Twenty cojic. one year, SO 00 tVW'ESDAY, . . SEPTKMBKK X, 1K1 Tie Washington Chronicle of Sunday contains a four column letter from ex-Gov. Foote, in which-1 e alludes to A. !. Mo NuU, once a prominent politician in Mis sissippi, Jefferson Davis aud Andrew JoLuson. He considers tlieui "trio o frightful exaiupl?-." rEM(K ratio 1 aptrs are claiming that Ames of Mississippi, is the administration candidate for Governor, while Acorn, is the candidate of -the Liberal Republicans and Democrats. A little while ago the same papers were abusing Akorn like a pick-pocket, because he, as they said, was for (irant a iiiirti term. Tin: Lebanon Herald, Fpeaking of Col. Juo. V. House a'i a proper Denicxratic can didate for Governor, says ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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