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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 1 October 1873

VOL. IV. KNOXVILL1, TENN., AVEDNSDAY. OCTOBER . IS73. NO 27. OCTOBEU 1, 1&73. EL'KOPEAX TRAVEL. Hungary Rod the Innu1 The Rath of rHlh. Wo give below another interesting letler from a distinguished Tennesseean abroad to a friend in this city : Perth. IIcnqary. My Dear : Here in the Princl paiity or Hungary, l rest ana write you another letter. I came here, in a 10 hours run from Vienna, ou the beautiful "blue Danube," through scenery scarcely excel led by the Rhino. I left Vienna laboring inrougu me urana inhibition, witu tin excitements, its labors, and the beauty and eiegance oi me worm mere assembled Many correspondents have made it their business to see, learn aad communicate to the leading home papers things of interest wnnected with the exhibition, for the in formation of the public, and I feel that I can find little of interest in a field so well urveyed, to communicate. Bo with what I have heretofore written, I leave this subject. This city has been occupied bv the Roman...

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. — 1 October 1873

. i "J; linoitnic Mcchln tifaomit, SHtJmcstajj, October , 1873. OCTOBER 1, 1873. OUR ROADS. I'eoplo do not always nppret'iate the nc tuul moucy yjiluo of good roads, the real positive money loss that re.-uilN from bad roads. A road 80 steep and rough that four horses are required to juillju load which two might draw over n good road, costs the additional labor of the extra team. To Bay nothing of the loss to a community, this item becomes in a year a serious one to even a single person who does much hauling. A road to go and come on which with a load of produce for sale, occupies a farmer six days, when a good road he would only need four, cancels and destroys two days' labor of himself and his team, to eay nothing of extra wtur and tear and traveling expenses. The sum total of loss throughout the State by poor roads which might readily be made much better, would, if it could be accurately ascertained, probably atonish Borne of us. And yet wherein is it lesa an actual loss than if s...

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. — 1 October 1873

Shurifcilk Mttlxln tytmutt SMrtmcstajr, &dohtx ), 1873. SENATOR BROWNLOW ON C.ESARISM. President Graut for a Tlilrd Term. anything; Preferable lo Democratic Rale. A New York JcraWcomniiHsloner, who fought on the Confederate Bide in the "last ditch," haa recently had an interview with Senator Brownlow at his home, on the subject of CfeaarlBtn. We give ex tracts from the letter : Having made arrangements the even ing previous with Colonel John H. Brown low, Senator Brownlow' son and private secretary, accompanied by that alTublc gentleman, your correamouuent had an In terview with this distinguished man, whose reputation, from that of a Method ist itinerant and subsequently an a country -editor, has become national.. Taking into consideration his extremely active life, Ben&tor . Brownlow bears bis sixty-eight years bravely, although to those who know him well it is apparant that he Is slowly failing physically, yet his Intellect is as bright and his memory as tenacious as when...

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. — 1 October 1873

' Jinoibillt S&cthlij xtmxtk Wfimtttoxit, (October 1, 1875. Sbc WttklQ tffernnulc. BULB & BICKS, Publishers, Kumbcr 10 Market Place, East Side. H UMS OF Nl BStBIPTIOS. One ooiy, one rear 12 00 One copy, six months 1 00 Ten eopir. one year IS 00 Twenty cupiep, one year 30 00 WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1873 An indignant Kentueklan, speaking of what the Courier-Journal fays about the brutal and cowardly murder of a colored man named Wilson, by the kuklux eays: "What's the use of making so much fuss over the murder of Lewis Wilson? He ain't the first nigger that's been killed In Kentucky." "Which, is very conclusive, no doubt with his kind. o i ' THEGreeene county fair, a report of which appeared in our issue of yesterday morning, was a success. Under all the cir cumstances, it was a grand success. After the prevalence of the scourge which nf- Jlicted that community during the summer it would not have been surprising if it had failed. It did not, and is all the more creditable to the...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 1 October 1873

Snorttlle Wittlxk 'flpanuU, Mciiustog, (Dxttihr 1, 1673. KPEl'IIHEK COPIES Of the Cok:cli mailed fro to any addreai on ap plication. ' ' BATCH OF ADTEKT1NIXO IX WltUlT, Tan linei. or !, solid, to constitute a aqaare. J I iff srics. 1 Bnoara "I 1 50 2 Square..,. I 3 3 Squares 4 Square 6 Square..-. 8 o .a. .a 'a- ' s m's 4 so t s so l0 6 00, 8 50 11) M 4 50 1 9 00 11 50 14 50 no 11 80 1 14 ! u on T W j 14 OUj W 50 its 00 I oo 15 no 16 501 iff 00 V 50 31 50 so no 45 oo S0 55 SO EIGHTESTH NATIONAL CAMP MERTINOR ' ajpela.l Fremlnna. - . Mr. Chesley Jarnigan, of Bean's Station Valley otI'er. $50.00 premium for the best attachment to two-horse, wagons, In the way of seat knd brake. " ' - lce. - ' All persons Indebted to me for Tinware sold them -by O. C. Williams are hereby notified net to pay liinit as he Is no longer employed by me. John Martin. Kept. 20, 1873. d&w2t Ierilcatln. The new brick M. E. Church, in North west Knoxville, will be dedicated on iSab bath, Oct. 6th, at 8 o'cloc...

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. — 1 October 1873

Sn0ibiIkf ?Hfth!s tyomtk Mcbncsba ftobtr 1, 1873. G r WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1873 VIENNA. The EspoKlllnii The ItuiMinira '' hr Display Tha I'nlted Mates Tennsjsigcr. We Rive below nn Interesting letter from Col. Thornburg to a friend lu this city de scribing Vienna and the great Exposition: My Dear : I hare delayed writing to you this letter that I mlfrht ee the Exposition and the city, and write under standingly. Vienna is much larger and more beauti ful than I had supposed- It contains near ly a million of Inhabitant, and in the great commercial center of western Europe for manufacturing and distributing luppliee. Much of Asia, too, Is supplied from thU point, and hence It lias rery considerable commercial importance. Where these things exist you, of oourte, find much wealth which you find Is true in this In stance by the many blocks and squares of elegant buildings.handsomely ornamented by caryatides that support the projections, bae reliefs, statuary and other architectu ral desi...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 1 October 1873

( k TOE Fimtt.lL PANIC SPREADING Banking Houses Generally Suspending Currency Paymeiits. Matters Looking More Hopeful in New York. Secretary Ilicuardson Refuses to Put the Reserve in Circulation. Financial Associations Trying to Gc Out of Debt. ILL AUDIT IIIR JiEW IORK IBAS1I. Workmrn Ilnrhfnccd.; l'ATTKRSo ri . J ., bcpt. .... in coDse- quenoe of the financial crisis in New York and the general depreciation or the new Kail road securities), the orders for loconiO' ttves for three months ahead nt Kotrers Locomotive works wrts cancelled, and 5x5 workmen were discnartred to-day. It ia feared that 500 more may bo Uicharged. Rnienlon of Virginia Bank. Richmond, Font. 23. The Merchants , National Hank, Planter's and Mechanics' Jlaok. I'eople's Bank and First National liank, all of Petersburg, suspended this morning. 'I he Citizens' Jinnk or I'eters burg, though not suspended, declines pay ment. Humors of heavy commercial fail ures are rife in that city. The banks of Richmond are all iuie...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 1 October 1873

linarinlle Mln jjimticlt, Mtbiusba rlotr 1, 1973. HOME CIltCLE. Miss LOU J. It was the old story of nicknes, dc-M, and their consequent trouble which brought the family of Mrs. Hidden from lit-r homo of comfort and ent-e to one of hardship nnd privation. Her lnifkmd p no, nnd with him, as it proved, all their means of livine, she felt that phe must de pend on her own exertions to support her self and her two eliiUirciir-Mmuu, the eldest, being an Invalid, conlined most of the time to her bed, and Louis, a boy of ten. too voting to add anything to the maintenance o( the family. Mrs. l-Iolden lieinjr imturally an able seamstress, found that by going out in families to sew by the day, she could earn more than by staying at home, for she not only saved her own board, but had more constant work. Of course, Miuua was left much to herself, but she never com plained, for well she kuew how neediul was every penny her mother earned. Minna's room was the pleasantest In the house. Everything in...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 8 October 1873

mmmm i . : ! i ri' v . ; . i ' IT A D n r i no C I'. J "ft-- Lilf.."' KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 8. IS73. NO 28. N VI Kit I IM IM 3 H a H !R H ! ' VOL. IV. FAItt AT J OSES BOKO'. Last iMj-tntril or Premtnnt.-Tlie Iiittr vat Innlm'ed lolbe End. Joxkshoko' Oct. 3, 1S73. Supplementary to yesterday's report might be mentioned the coronation party which came off at the Wa-diington House last night. The ball was well attended .and an elegant supper was served at 0:30 o'clock. Mr. A. T. Neal. having won the first honor yesterday in the tournament chose and crowned Miss Mollie Wilds, of Greenevllle, aa Queen of Lore and Beauty. Mr. Fain named Mist Carrie Dosser First Maid of Honor. Mr. Hale named Miss Lura Hoss Second Maid of Honor. Mr, B. E. McLIn delivered the coronation ad dress. Mm. Sevier discharged the duties of receiving guest. kc, admirably. Half past twelve o'clock clesed the fwativltles of the occasion. The people seem not to abate any to-day in the deep interest they ha...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 8 October 1873

3SnrfiUi MttKlg tyxomtit, $&t&itcstaj, rfr 8, 1875. OCTOBER 8, 1873. FIKLD FAliM. 3IOXU0E 10OTY FAIR. A I'ino Dixplny or Stock All cif Monroe) I'rmPHt An Entire Succtmsj. The Mouroe County Fair commenced on Tuesday last, nud up to the time of this vvritiug the close of the second days pro ceedings haa proven au entire and grati fying success. THE (.HOUNDS Are situated about one mile from Madison ville, in n.benuUful grove of oaks, and are susceptible of being converted into oneof the niorit pleasant resorts in t he State, with a very small outlny of money. The grounds are enclosed by the ordinary rail fence common to the country, the finances of the Association not having been such as to enable them to make all the improve ments tney new reu at once. J iie under taking is yet in its infancy, lust year hav ing been the frt Fair held in the county since the war, and the re sult of the incipient eilbrt was ? so encouraging that those having the matter at heart determined to mak...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 8 October 1873

nciirillt ffiftthla CjjromtU, Mcbmsian; (Dfiohr 6 1875. IIOIJUTO! CONFERENCE, A Good lttmilitiioin4 Harinotilonn A lion. FIRST DAY. The Jlolstou Conference of the Metbo dist Episcopal Church convened ia ninth annuul session, In 'the Clinch street M. E. Church, at 0 o'clock A. M., yesterday, and the following proceedings were had : The introductory religious services were conducted by the President, Kev. Bishop Haven, who after reading two chapters ' (Scripture, and Hinpltur, led the Confer ence la prayer. The Bishop then, opened the Conference with ft few appropriate re marks, and called for the reading ot the roll. After the roll was called the Conference was declared open for the transaction of the usual business, about sixty members being present to take part in the same: lievs. J. J. Manker, O. XV. Coleman and W. C. Graves being put in nomination, for Secretary. The billot was taken and re sulted ia tliero-electiou of Kev. J. J. Mau ker. ltev. XV. M. Haskell, of the Central New ...

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. — 8 October 1873

4 Kbt Sattthln Cbwmtlc. BULE & RICKS, Publishers, Number 19 Market Macr, Eat Side. TKItMM ' St nNC KIPTIOJT. One Cory, 0110 yenr t- Ofl One CMiy. fix months 1 00 Ton ooiuen, nno jc:ir 15 00 Twenty co)ic, one year GO 00 WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1KT3 TrtK Herald finds time to write n few gTishlng editorials on tho financial situa tion and for the time being its renders are not bored nnd hnrrassed with the gho.-t of Civsar. - Np.xt week, commencing on Monday, the country will again hear of the Stokes Fisk affair. Stokes will be put before his trial for murder on that day. From past observation we doubt if the world will be any wiser or better after the trial is over. Tun paper money of tho United States is to-day worth five per cent, premium on the streets against certified checks. The simple fact shows that it is not the metals which the people regard as money, but any tokens upon which the government has placed its credentials, and which by that guarantee ate made legal tender for a...

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. — 8 October 1873

Jlnoitillt Mcchln Chronicle, Mconcsban, (October B, 1873. "WEDNKSDAV, t : t : : OCTOBER 8, 187 WPECIMEX COPIES . Of the CBROitict mailed fre. to any addrees on ep p'loation. KATICS Or AIVr.RTIHI. l.X WH HLT. Ton linos, or 1cm, solid, to constitute a square. C E H S H 3 S 1 Square 5 2 3nllrtrr 1 ! $ 3 .VI $ 4 5(1 $ 6 Ml I 9 00 H i 00 3 no un n .Mil id so. w ro 27 no 3 fcQuaren.., 4 hutiarei.., 5 tdllMM.. 4 fV( I 9 00' 11 no: 11 501 2! M' .TT M W 11 W! 14 ; H 00 W 00 00 7 40 j It 00 IS 5o; i8 00- 3a 60: 55 50 A tirloaity. We were shown ycHtciviny ly Mr. A. M. Hjdro, (lie greatest curiosity we liftve ni'en in many ii tiny, namely: u lien with four U'RS and feet, four wiims, two back bones ami two talis. Mr. r-'piro exneeis to exhibit it at his staiul at the f.tir ground. 1'ont pour-turn t. On Rcconnt rf tho money )inf urn, the falo of property ot 11. U. larwnter, advertised to conio off to-dny, is postponed until some future day to ho mentioned. It is still offered, however, at private...

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. — 8 October 1873

Jinaibtllt Mtthls C&romtit Mtbntsoan, rfnbrr Bt 187. 4 w . .i. .... a.. ? WEDSESDAV, : : : : : OCTOBER 8, 187 TRAVEL IV EIROPE. mild I.ancnnjre Train fn lrnlo -Imrrlosn Itnliny Odors) of an Ilnllnn I'liitilgcntion Venire inl It Wonder A Mooiillitlit (.onrinlnv Promenade Tli Mllnn t'lillic dral Ainerleitns Abroad (Jcntvii. The following, from Col. Tlioniburgh at Geneva, to a friend iu this city, contains much that our readers will find both in teresting and instructive : Geneva, 1S73 My Dear My last was written from Hungary. Since then I hare been through Northern Italy and acros.i the Alps to this point, and in this letter I will give you some of the scenes and iucidents of a"wauderer," through which I have pawed pine my last. Leaving Pestli and traveling in the direc tion of Veuice, I stopped at Adelsberg, and examined what is said to be the MOST WONDERFUL CAVERN so far discovered in the world. It is the largest cave hero and the one most visited, and was known in the middle ag...

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. — 8 October 1873

giwtfbille MaKln Cbromclt, Mrimtstan, dobtr 8, 1875. THE F1SAMIAL CRASH. At the lurk Eirhanir. Looking; to Sew Tork fur n Solution Mh IHflienltj, Nkw Yomc, Sept. 30. At tlie re&umi tion of business at t li Htock Exchange, Smith & Severe received cheers. The impression prevail thnt nil the leading houses will will throuph. Sterling is unsettled hut improved. 3v. M. The Htock mnrket is still with out excitement and closes Jlrm. Western Union quoted at 06; Hock Island, fl ; Lnke Shore, 74) ; Union l'ucific, 1UJ ; l'a cine Mnil, 3:i. Application was made in the United 8tat.es Circuit Court to-day ft ran order en joining the Comptroller of the Currency and the Receiver of the Bank of the Com monwealth from proceeding further in the matters or tue naiiK, ana also tor a citation to show cause why the Ilecelvershipshould not be vacated and the appointment de clared null and void, on tho ground that the banks never refusei". to redeem any of its circulating notes, rue citation was gr...

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. — 8 October 1873

Jkojrfrille Mtthlg jnmulr, Slebntsbaff, Ortotr 8,-1873. 8 HOME CHICLE. JOIIS IIOWAltl PATSE, Mr. Jt'ha (!. ?.ix oHo Hi the do lication of the Pnyne Monument. I him who pfir.tr of "Home pweet home, In ttrnin so sweet thn simple lay Hii thrilled ft million he rts we come A nation' prn'f ful debt t psy. Yet. nut for him the hw-t we ruie, Ah. no! run lil'elu lips prolong Fume's trumpet voice? The port's pruise Lives in the music f liis suns ! ii. The noble dend w o fonder seek To honor with iipplnu Jin? breath j Unheeded full the words we speak. Upon "the dull, cold ear of dentil." Yet. not tn vnin the jpoken word ; Not vnin the monument we raise; With quicker throbs our hearts are tirred To catch the nobleness we praise! in, tVurabio's font we share his fume ; 'Tis for ourselves the butt we rear, That they who mark the graven nuuio jlay know that name to us it dear; Penr ai the home the exile ces The fairest ipot beneath the sky Where, first upon a mother' knee. lie slept, ana wnere Be...

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. — 15 October 1873

It 111 t I ' t f VOL. IV. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 15, IS73. NO 29. -CAVA - b MM 9 . i 1 ,1 wn i in v m FROM LITER EAS" TENNESSEE. The nouic of Hon. K. It. Ml ler Johnson t'oniHT-i-lcs Soli and Clinmie. Tayijrsvillu, Oct. C, 1S73. Taylorsville is a mountain town and Is the capital of Johnson unty. It it a beautiful placs, high and healthy, and the best Bummer resort in all the country. Were I in search of health I would cer tainly go to Taylorsville.' There the air is perfectly pure, and the water unsurpassed, it la a desirable place any way you take It. The citizens are hospitable, intelligent and refined. There Is a school here that would do credit to your city, or any other city. Nearly tlvo hundred pupils are being edu cated by competent teachers. The social . . in n.I.I.I 1.. Tl... . .... cicuicui in uuillllHUJCt lliu lUUIIlijr uwn- tlguous is rich and productive, and the population Industrious and wealthy. The buildings are tastifully constructed, and some of them ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 15 October 1873

Jhoxbillc c&tcchln tyxomtlt, McimcstKm, (October 15, 163, (.1 -iuv; AVi:iJ.N'::.-Ai, 1"XIJL.L ;VIV1 FAIiM. i:.sTLii. division nni. OPKMMi DAY or mi: MTIO.N. AN.U AL LXro- The WphII er I'ropliiiMm. Diitric .M.iilc by the Hundred. riul Musical Jnbllee Ilpln.v f Stork Tonrnament Dnlloon Ace anion l'arnrie ol liilversilj lH'll. The Eastern Division Fair ojiened with the weather much more auspicious to the occasion than had beeu anticipated on the previous morning, and at an early hour all the omnibuses, sis veil as other convey ances were brought into requisition. But beiug the opening day, as usual, thecrowd was not as uireasit migiit have been, and really should have been, had our citizens taken an interest in niakh.g a good ln-gin-ning, as it was their duty t.ihavedone. We presume, however, that this is due princi pally to the fact that it is generally known that the first day at our fair is pretty well spent in making entries and arranging arti cles for display. Up to yesterday ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 15 October 1873

ri i7,. - i i . "WKWWL wijioicU j:Wiv 3lhcir;,:;i 13 " (Conlin'u'rtl 'front Zdp'arc. ' ' pdiool, Knoxvl!l Tlie sinking of this school elir.iteil the atlmirution of the- entire commit ue, . mid. Ii.nl not its ncuruc&j to Knoxvilh", ami tho ntlvdntugo.lt jiosspsspiI in liuvlnsr n number of singers from tlio city limits been taken Into consideration with the other points, tluti seliool would have wtood much higher in the nwnrd. Tho Flat Creek .School santf dilTlPtiU music, nud rendered it, well ; hut the ma jority of the committuu were of opinion t hat the pieces mnig were not appropriate for (Sunday Sclioil use,, and this operated greatly to the disadvantage of the school. Thu contest wan so close, and the ginning so pood that the committee Kincftrely re gretted they could not award four organ instead of one. ' - .Loon Jourolmon, Chairman. Mrs. M. A. Lloyd,.. Mrs. L. K. Craip, . Miss Ella Uoytl, It. A. J. Armstrong. Committee. PORCH HACKS. i At three o'clock the crowd assembled on...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 15 October 1873

Jhuwbillt Wttx) tityomtk Mcimcstan, (iohtx 15, 167a. v. I TH . T. UNIVERSITY WHAT II13D01KU. I aaaamiji 9 iaial. 01,111- ntnvuu hjw bc Mtcehfo Chronicle. EULE & RICKS, Publishers, Xunibtr 10 Market Plate, L'ant Side. thi.mh or si itsc Kirn.. One coi'i on" rcur 00 Ono cuj ii niiaili, 1 0 Ten coric, ono year 15 00 Twenty coiie, ono year 30 00 WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1873 A l'Ko.MiXKNT banker of this city ex presses the opinion that in thirty days money'will be plenty in KnoxvJllo and that the South will see gooil times as soon as the cotton which Is now rapidly going into market is sold. . Tin: Nmbville Workingnan claims the election of Mayor Kercbeval,' as a Work ingtuau's victory over capitalists! and em ployees of penitentiary convicts.. The lit tle-souled fellows about Nashville, who employ penitentiary convicts in piefereuce to honest men, are quaking in their boots. . - . - . Qoijj wns as low as $1.1-8 last Fridayin New York, the'lowest point reached since the beginning of th...

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