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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 5 November 1873

i. & i-'wr- pp (ft' I VOL. IV. KNOXVILLE, TENN.. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 5, 1873. NO 32. F1CT8 ABOUT fclST TEXXEfcSEE. KNOXVILLE AS A WINTEB HE SOET. Fro th Tmm Land Rtf bUr J Iq former iaeuea of the Land Rkis ter, we have shown some of the advantage possessed by Knoxville as -well as East Tennessee generally, as a resort for those who desire to avoid the rigor of Northern winters. In this connection it may not be amiss to re ,peat that our winters are never severe. Autumn often lingers till Christmas, and while cold weather generally commences 4n the Northern States, In October, we en joy sunny days and pleasant nights for two months after snow and frost shut up the ground beyond the Ohio river. Again, when our winter does come, the cold is never extreme. But a few times in the history of this region, has the mercury eunk to zero. The greund seldom freezes more than three or four inches, while at the extreme north, front extends as many feet. There are great numbers of people from ...

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. — 5 November 1873

3iipbilUetkla . gfeiittidtWtgag, gobcmjjcr 5, 1873. 11 WEI-'1LAY. . . . XOVKMBKB 3, 1873. iiio:l.i.vis'i i,yioi. Premiums at Sevlenillc Fair. Our forri'fcPOiuU'iit "Sevier" lmf forwunl us a list or premiums awarded at the re cent fair in !?evipr county, aud we are sor ry tliat our spuee will not permit iia to pub lish it In full. The attendance was very lare, aud the exhibition lu every way creditable. The ludie' department wiw very line, aud we make room for some of the awardd in that class. We are partial to housewives, aud we know Sevier county lias some excellent ones. Wo notice Mrs. Rebecca Audea was awarded the premium for mixed and brown jeaus and liuey cloth, Mrs. J. L, Handles the premium for the best woolen hose, and Mrs. Kittle T, Hammer for best cotton comfort. In the culinary dejartment Mrs. bailie Trotter had the best cheese, and John Kelly the be.t ham and lard ; Mrs. Martha Jiutler the beat butter, Miss Mattie Hammer best canned tomatoes, and Miss Eliza Hammer htt iu...

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. — 5 November 1873

NEWS BT MAIL. Haiti tttorentis aredlwiiMlrig tlie prospect of a rise In theconl market. .. It is understood t hat Jell". Davis will go .to Europe some time this winter. The Daily Prcht, Lexington, Ky., tins yielded to the "pressure" mid now serres to its readers a semi-weekly edition. It is understood Hint ex-President John sou is preparing a statement relative to the Jianging of Mrs. (Surratt, which he will jive to thopuhlic soon In pamphlet form. l)r. . E. JIunsey publishes a card in the XuHlivllle Manner, vindicating himself airainst oertain false charges which have gained currency through the public press. Joseph Arch states that he has been de tained in Canada, and will have to defer his tour through the United States until next spring aud summer. He sails for England shortly. General N. P. liuuks, after debating the matter far several weeks, has come to the sion. that he will not run as a candi date for the Btate Assembly of Massachu setts. Again Brlghnm Young is reported in b...

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. — 5 November 1873

t Ebc SawHo- tfbrmurlt. BULE & BICKS, Publishers, JVumtor 10 Market Place, Eyt Side, Tt.KMS Or MBMRIPTIOX. On copy! one yrr - .. 12 00 One copy, ix months 1 00 Tn robim. one rear 15 00 Twenty copief, one year ......... 30 00 "WEDNESDAY, : : : NOVEMBER 5, 1873. Statu elections will be held on Tuesday in Minnesota, Virginia, Texas, New York, and Massachusetts. In Minnesota, Vir ginia, Texas, nud Massachusetts, Governors are to be chosen. In New York, a Secre tary of State and other SUte officers will be chosen. The Indications are that a very light vote will be polled. We see by the Nashville paiers that Sam P. Ivins, of the Athens Poet, has been in that city. It is possible the old gentle man has a hankering after the "humid atr niophere of the Slate capital." Sam wouldn't make a bad Governor, either. His messages at least would be concise and to the p;iut, and he could write them him self. The Democrats might do much worse than to nominate him for Governor. Trot him out. But if ...

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

5 ftPECIHE. COPIES Of tke Caeomcia mailed frte to any a air em oa ep sUcatiea. , ' J i ? ' KATKA 4r AYEKTI!INO IX WEEKLY. Tan lines, or leu, solid, to constitute a square. a a pi 1 Square J1 1 50 t 8 60 1 4 60 e 30 t 0015 00 5 Stuare4. 3 1 10 6 (X): 8 Ml 10 50 i So 27 00 3 6jur..... 4 50 00 11 M) 14 60 21 S7 60 4 Squares H A ool 11 Mi 14 rii 14 mil 30 ool 4K 00 6 Squares. . i! 7 50 j 14 lii 50 j 28 00 j 1'J 50 55 J Auoflirr Culnlo. Mr. Thomas U. Douglus left a Ilnytl yam at our office yesterday, weighing nev en pounds. It weighed eight pounds when first taken from the ground.. , -. ... T Kent. A farm of 40 acres, on First Creek, abou two miles from the city. Apply to Dr. iS. SaltmakxK, x22dflwlt No. 3 Gay street. I.ar(e Potato.' ' ' ' Mr. J. B. Snider, living uLout l j miles from this city, left n jam Ht our ofllee yes terday raised by him, weighing pounds. There are not many larger potatoes than that raised in this country, Ut Boud- Nich. Sharp gave bond Thursday in the suin of :ij...

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. — 5 November 1873

IT r WEDXKIiAV, NOVEMBER 5, 187S. AOIHTIO!. KKVKI.ATIOKft AltOVT NIIOTIXU 'I II K H'r.l.n." How One of Hie Nhovvra I Nntl fo IIiit Kolil It In n Dark Cellar. Fnnlir Arrtnl nt Ah illr. In Xorlli C ut oIImn. The 2th was the 1ay flxetl for th ex amination of Hugh Haiir, Of orge Wear er and Jamen . Hay, the three parties residing; in Knoxville, who were arrested under charge of parsing and dealing in counterfeit money. Commissioner H. M. Aiken, opened ltia court at it a. m., when the trial of Mr. Hugh Harper be(?an. The Uoverument was represented by U. 8. District Attor ney, linn. Geo. Andrews, and bia Assist ant, A. H. Fettibone, K. The accused was represented by Col. John Ilaxter aud C. H. Flournoy. The case was opened by the examination of one of the detectives, who testified sub stantially uh follows : I first met the accused at his saloon in Knoxville on the 24th day of April, 1873. I was introduced to him by detective D as a man from Decatur, Alabama, and as a shorer of the queer....

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. — 5 November 1873

FI HE MtVo At"wklt 1 BStinV M. M. HrUr' Morehouin anil n Rnraxl-IWi 87,000 ImuirMnce 9J,tOA. 1 1 .? IUUStoTj, TRKN., Ofit. 1S7, f About half past two o'clock thin inoni lug, thB well houe in the rear of J. M. liaikefs stort? was found to ! on lire. In a few roluutes a frnme kitchen, between the house mentioned and thentorehouse, anight on fire. From this building the flames caught the roof or I'.arker'g store andiUie residence of Mrs. Ayern.ndjoinlng. In lens than a half hour both buildings were in flames. Hundreds of our citizens were soon on the ground, but could do lit tle to retard the work of destruction. As many as n hundred buckets were busily applied, but these could not take the place or ft nre engine. Mr. Barker saved his entire stock from the fire in a damaged state. Mrs. Ayers (saved but very little of her furniture, and none of her family apparel. Her loss is very severe. Her sister and daughter dis played remarkable heroism in endeavor ing to save their property. The i...

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. — 5 November 1873

6 HOME CIltCLE. TUB n POBI,M. The ftollloojar simllle Ctalckoss. BY I. .'. STO.VC, M. A. Most strnnsjol ' Mostquerr although, most excellent a change! SliauVs of the prison house, ye disappear I Aly fettered thoughts have won a wider range, And like my leg, are free ; No longer huddlud up 10 pitiably; ee now to pry and probe, and peep and peer, And ruake these mysteries out. Shall a free-thlnkingchicken live in doubt? For now in doubt undoubtedly I am ; This problem 'every heavy on my mind, And I'm not one to either shirk or sham; I won't beblinded.and I won't be blind. Now. let me see : First, I would know how did I get in ihert t Then, where was I of yore? Besides, why didn't I get out before? Dear me! Here are Jthree puzzles (out of plenty more) Enough to give me pip upon tho brain ! But let me think again : How do I know 1 ever tea inside? Now 1 reflect, it is, I do maintain, Less than my reason, and beneath my pride, To think that I could dwell In fuch a paltry miserable cell A...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 12 November 1873

: . XCX - IT" : : ' u u VOL. IV. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 12, 1873. THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE Publishes in every issue. foeU about the toil, climate, vroduetiom, prico of lanl., an J UvantagM offered to 'mmirranM in Eat TcnneMee. Thefe articles are in ended to afford reliable information to ttranrern, and r.re prerarod carefully and afford the cheapest and tnoft reliable information obtainable. Specimen cop ies of the paper sent on application. For terms of subscription see fourth pane. FACTS ABOUT EAST TENNESSEE. Direct Communication from the North west to the Southeast The Advan tages, Minerals, &c. We take great pleasure in publishing the following letter to (..'apt. Vanderhoof, Civil Engineer, who is taking much interest in a projected narrow gauge railway from Chicago, to the southeast Atlantic coast. This letter fully developed the great mines of wealth to be opened by such an en terprise, and must needs attract atten tion of capitalists. No road in the coun try ca...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 12 November 1873

$n0billt MttKlg rcffmxlt,' $&t&ntslraT, tobtmjtr 12, 1873. WEUXKSDAY, . . 0VEMBK1U2, 1S73. HUL1) AJNI XW.lt X. Save Tour SceilCorn ow. One great evil la needing time is, that when all is ready for planting, and the farmer goes to hia crib to pick out his seed, lie suddenly becomes suspicious thatit will not grow. Nevertheless, tho licld cannot wait; the best is selected and planted, and he trusts to luck. This class of farmers generally blame the cold season, worms, gophers, mice, birds and many other things that are really more innocent than they are usually supposed to be. When com ripens upon the stalk per fectly, before the advent of frosty nights, and is thereafter placed in narrow cribs, secure from wet, it will certainly prow, if properly planted in the uroper season, but this pcrlect ripening uues nut usuuuy occur. It is better, however, that seed be saved every year. A good time to do this is while huskiiiir. Whenever you come across an exceptional good ear, instead...

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. — 12 November 1873

3 IXCEXDMRT FIBES AT , LFBIXOS, A Stokes Juror Fined and Imprisoned , for Misbehavior fTRTUER XETT8 OF M.lXrFACTrRIXG TROEBLE8. Rumors of Tom Scott's Embarrassment Without Fonndation. HOME NEWS. Am Attempt to nara Lebanon l'enay Irani. Lebanon, Pa., Nov. 4. An attempt was made to burn this city Inst night, it wm set on fire in live places. Two houses were burned down. The aggregate loss is $130,000. VuaiM Mmfgr t Isaatb by m Bear. An Italian woman named Batoini, liv iug in East Newark, N. J., was yesterday hugged to death by a bear which she and her husband used for street exhibition. The animal tore and trampled upon the wo man until her whole body was crushed, the bones in many places protruding through the skin. Death ef Blnttop Eauljr. Richmond. Nov. 5. Bight Tie v. John Eawly, D. D., Bishop of the M. 10. Church Bouth, died to-day at Lynchburg, aged t3 years. Cairo, III. Nov. 6. Mrs. P. A. Taylor has a plurality of three hundred and fifty-ly-two votes in this city, and is probab...

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. — 12 November 1873

"WEDNESDAY, : : : NOVEMBER 12. 1B73. BULB & RICKS, Publishers, JfwnUr 19 Market 1'lace, Eatt Side. TRnnn or scbscriftiox. Oneeopy, on Tenr n rnry.rix months.... ts on 1 09 Ten coriw. nne year lan coriw. nne year Twenty copies, one yoftr, ou w is on Ma' ok W. H. M alone, Ibo new editor of the Aalieville (X. C) Expositor, former ly lived lu Jacksloro aud served on the Douglass electoral tickets fn this Congres skna! district in 100. The 'Wilmington, N. C, Journal of Oc tober lst says: "Deputy Marshal Bosher captured $7-3,000 in counterfeit $2.50 gold pieces from a dealer in the metal in Chatham county last week, lie had a trunk full of it." Orn old friend Capt. H. S. Chamberlain, is loaded with, the honor of two nomina lions fur Mayor of Chattanooga, lie was first nominated by the regular Republican convention and had since then been put at the head of a "People's Ticket," which is made r.p of candidates from Loth political parties. Gov. Keixooi; telegraphs Attorney General Willia...

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. — 12 November 1873

5 srsciHEir com Of the CiiomcLl mailed fret to any lAina en ap Uoatlen. ,;., ' ' BATE Or ADTERTIftllVtt ISf WEEKLY. Ten lines, or less, loli J, to constitute a square. ! i s a H o 1 Square... 2 squares.. 5 Square,, 4 Squares.. 6 Squares.. ,11 1 50 3 AO f 4 ftflt S 60, t 9 00 111 00 3 00 1 6 00, 50 10 50 1 50' 27 00 Z 501 37 50 30 00 43 00 4 50 9 00 6 (10, 11 50 7 50 1 U 00 11 50 H 00 IS 50 H 50 ! 1 00 at oo 39 50 5a 50 (irrman Millet Herd. I have a flno lot of German. Millet Need for iale at Jamoi IT. Gilbert's, on Gay street, for $2.50 per bushel. V. C. Uovlr xiow2t Worst than Hnnkriintcy. Is a constitution broken down by dis ease. Dr. Tutt's pills cures sick headache, liver complaint, piles, dyspepsia, fevor and ague, and imparts health and strength to the body. . xl 3tf .Notice All persona having claims against the estate of Mrs. Eliza D. Kneed, are hereby notified to present the ame to me, as pre- bciibcu oy law, and tliose indebted will jdease make payment to II. It. 1 EA HDKN,...

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. — 12 November 1873

nitbitU JSatchljr &pmult MttousWg , Itofrtmltr IS, 1873. 6 WEDNESPAT, : : : NOVEMBER 12, 1973. FROM KOCKWOOP. Thr rinnocJnl Trohle Ohio Rnllrd A Donble .Marrli-e. The financial troubles nre ruakinff them selves felt here. Greenbacks are wonder fully scarce, and those who have debts to pay" at a distance are sorely perplexed. (Scrip is abundant, however, and our do mestic trad goes bravely on. It is Btated here, (upon what authority the writer does dot know,) with a great deal of confidence, that the Ohio Railroad is to pass directly through this place. This is cheering news, and, if true, will be pro ductive of gieat good to this section of country and especially to our town. On Sunday, at the cloe of the service, Dr. Breaker mairied two couples with the same ceremony. The happy parties were M. J. Tancher and Amelia Hitshaw and W. T. llauser and Elizabeth M. Breaker. There was an immense cougrepation pres ent, and all were delighted with the sim plicity and solemnity of the serv...

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. — 12 November 1873

cr ELECTION NEWS. M nmnc h ase 1 1 n. Boston, Nov. 6. Washburn has a plu rality of 12,000. The Democrats have 11 Senators mid 00 Assemblymen. Mlflilgnii. Dktroit, Nov. 5. Comstock, Demo crat, in elected to Congress from the Fifth district by two hundred majority. mfliiiipi. Jackson. Miss.. Nov. G. Nothing offi. rial is known. The count is very slow, but It is generally believed that Ames has carried the State by lo,m majority. Illluol. Chicago. Nov. C The farmers carry fifteen, the Republicans ten aud the Demo crats two out of the twenty-seven counties report. Culleu's majority for Mayor Js eleven thousand. Si'W Jeraey. Jkusky City, Nov. fi. The vote of Jer Key City shows a gain of three Democrats from that City to the Assembly. Newark, Nov. 5. The Republicans nave iz majority on joint ballot. Monticei.lo, N. J., JSov. 0. Sullivan county gives a Democratic Slate ticket by 700 majority, a Democratic gam of -11. Knuwn. Kansas City, Nov. 5. A special to the Times says that both parties...

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. — 12 November 1873

Jhwffcilk Mtthlg titycomit. Wmnomtx 12, 1873. 0 home: circle. THE WITHEMJta LEATEH. IT T. rCCBisUN" BIAO. fi10 summer it pone and the nutumn is licro. And the ioven areatrewinff their cnrtlily bier; A dreary miit o'er woodland swim. While riittlo the nuts from the windy limb ; From bouirh to bough the fijuirrois run, At tlio noise of the hunter's echoing Run, rul tii o rni:triilRe flics whore my foofMep henvos i'io ru.-tling drills of tlio withering luaves. The flocks pursue their southern flijrlit Some all tho day and fonio nil the night ; And up from tho wooded marshes conn The sound? of the phea'nnt'a feathery drum. In the highest bough the mourner crow Sit in hi funeral suit of woe; All nature mourns and my Fpirit gricTes At the noise of my feet in the w ithering leaves. f h, I sigh for the days that have passed away, Vlien my life, like the year, had its season of Msv ; , , When the world was all sunshine and beauty and truth. . And the dew bathed my feet in the valley of youth...

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. — 19 November 1873

VOL. IV. KNOXVILLE. TENN.. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 19, 1873. NO 31. THE WEZXtT CHBOHICLE PuUUhet in trery lone, Cacti about the toil, climate, uroduotloai, pries of land, and adrantac M offered to immtrrantf In Eait Tennemee. There articlet'are In- enJod to afford reliable information to itranceri, and ore prepared earofally and afford the cheapest and niot reliable information obtainable. Specimen cop ies of the paper tent on application. For termi o! sobsoription iee fourth pace. FACTS ABOUT EAST TENNESSEE. OUR OIKBALE LETTER. Tbe Xear Farnacs In Blast Eacearadni Froenee-IM for the Future. Oakdalk, RoameCo.,Nov. 11, 1ST3. Correiaondeice f tht Chronicle. Knowing tbe interest the Chronicle take in encouraging the industrial in terest of East Tennessee, I send you some facta connected with the pleasant exercises of firing up the magnificent new furnace just completed at this point. You have heretofore shown with what energy this work has been prosecuted by Messrs, tilling, rotter fc Alle...

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. — 19 November 1873

Or 4 WEDNESDAY, . . KOVEMUEniO, 1873. - Tho Profit of Asbcs. It is ku open question with . lnauy whether tho use of common ashes will pay on the farm. Tho bearing upon this, a correspondent sends tlie Jhirul Home these facta : "During the year 1S5S, a man named Arthur Diigan went to the town of Paler mo, Oswego county, this State, and bought sixty acres of light, eundy land with here and there a little pertaining to gravel. He paid $1,SX) for it. He knew nothing about farming, leing a machinist by trade, and never held a plow. After raving for his land, he had $200 left. He heean, and found his land was worn out. 1 1 is lirst crops were wheat, live bushels per acre ; rye, eight bushels ; potatoes, seventy-live ; corn, mere nothing The second year was even worse. He hail to hire part of his filieep pastured out, he could not hold his own. But being n man of excel lent judgment, and a great reader, his good judgment, aided by theories carried him through. He began by buying ashes and ...

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. — 19 November 1873

.7 ft 3 Pi IS 1 4: al- d!Psed to that person. a continuance asked lewis Miller was then lntroiluced, but LoDre giving hl3 testimony Col Thoru t)Hh, for tlio tlefunso, culled the attention of he Court to the nlarmlnR illness of (!en. Vnglm, who was threatened with a third cogeative chill, bh would be attewtetl by hi physician, Dr. Ramsey, and asked for a cotlnuanneof the cause. r. Ramsey was then naked as to the 'edition of Gen. Vaugn and replied that hi patient was now delirious and lie did ni think it would be possible for him to bbreseut in court for several days, if at ft! While making this statement he was "tmoned, Gen. Vaughn being in need of If i presence. lie Court then announced a willingness adjourn until two o'clock, a consulta fa of physicians having been suggested, kislsting of Drs. Boynton and Itoyd with r. KamHpy. pudge Emmons continued, that while ithiscase the trial might proceed with it defeating the ends of justice, yet if the fendant remained too ill to be present...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 19 November 1873

3ltt0ibillt WtMn C6r0iiiclt S3Ic)mc Snb-l'l.... She SffiJttMjj (Cbroratlc. "WEDNESDAY, ; NOVEMBER 13, 1373. RULE & RICKS, Publishers, 'Xumbcr 19 Market Place, East Side. TKRJI8 Of Kl'RSCRIPTlOX. X)z coiu, one year $2 00 One ouiy, nix months 1 00 Ten copies, on year .. 15 00 Twenty eopies, one year, .. 30 00 Messrs. H. B. ClaflinA Co., of New York, are offering tbeir entire stock of goods, valued at six millions of dollars, at reduced rates, on thirty days' time, with approved security. Hendricks, Voorhees and other lead ing Democrats of Indiana favor changing the nature and disposition of the Demo cratic beast, hut insist on the old ears and hoofs for the benefit of the uuterrified rural Bourbous.who don't want to take any "de partures," if ttey know it. ( Jen. Walker, of the Census Bureau, iu his lecture before the American Public Health Association, showed from statistics that the mortality among the foreign ele ments was far greater than among natives, in every description of...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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