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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 10 December 1873

VOL. IV KNOXVILLE, TENN.. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 10. IS73. NO 37. FACTS ABOfT KIST TEXXESSEE. Direct Railroad ('011111111 nlciitlon with tlic Northwest. ' From the Ttnn;ce Lund Register. AVE are permitted to publish the follow ing additional data In advance of tho fuels now being prepared by dipt. O. G. Van-' derhoof, C. V.,, concerning he proposed direct communication from the Northwest to the Southeast, comparative figures, Ac. The following Is from a member of the .'.0113 111 it tec on publication : Portsmouth, Ohio, Oct. l.", 17.1. Deak Kin: In accordance with your request, I send you herewith a few figures relating to the coal business of the State of Pennsylvania. The following table will show the increase by decades In the amount mined from lsi'i) to'ls,72: Tons. Total nm'lofconl mine J in P. i n 1 8-i0, ..... .. ,. 1Kl0i :;.,; 174,74 U,37'.i ' " itcrfl, " " " HIV), 8,51.1,123 " " " W2, 24,000,000 There are now employed In the mining of coal, $70,000,000, to say nothing of the i...

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 December 1873

Jhiofinlk Mcchln Cbromtic. ftitcimcstmn, getcmbcr Itf, 1373. 0 DECEMBER- M, lUM. iii:h .vivij FAior. 1'ity Hie Stock. Mr. Owner, you liave f-tuc-k. Have you foctl ami rliclter for tbem V Can you keep thnu warm nm1 harpy? If not 'ou ought to bestir yourself. The biting winds and pitiless sionvH me coming, nre umv here. Lou uu tiuie iu niukiup; warm aUlU. liiu ehelter, cheap shed, if you can't atlonl bet ter to protect your farm nnimals. Don't let your neighbors see that the only shelter iliat your animals have is a warm fence, the only roof the heavens, the only bed the mud or the hard frozen ground. How is it with food ? Jtiafor your interna to pee that no animal loses a pound of lletdi. What has been gained should be kept. It is a loss to lo!e what you have uuined. Keep the animal iniproviutr. Then you may get pay for w hnt you feed. Hut if the niii'niul loses ll"sli, the value of the whole food is lost as well ns the Mesh that va. formerly made. So the importance of good feeding i...

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 December 1873

THE OCEAN WRECK. Additional Details 6f the Lost Shlji. How lk I'niiaPDcrrii Met tlielr Fair. London, Dee. 2, 0 a. m. Captain UrU liart, of Uis Tremoiinthin, reports tlmt wlien lie met tlie Loebenrn, her boweprit was gone and there was a Urge holo in lier how ttbovs tho water line. The boat con tinued searching around tho place where the steamer went down for nix hour. The rwcuetl people do not blanao the Lochearti for- the collision. Her officers and crew did their utmost to Have life, and only two of Uie survivers remained on the .Lochearn, cue of whom had gone mad and could not be removed. Tho lirst boat from the Ville I)e Havre van sent to ascertain if the Locbeam could render any assistance. The Ville Do Havre, Is Insured in London for !HI,000. The four boats lowered by Uie Lochearn found the passengers and crew floating on the waves, holding to planks, buoys, opars, and whatever could be seized as the wreck went down. Many hud thus prepared themselves from the First. Many of th...

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 December 1873

Jnobillc ftiLkchln (Chronicle, eaUiincsDan, gcccmbcr W (the 5&l;chln (Cbromcle. IIULE & RICKS, Publishers, Xumhcr 1!) Market riace, East Side. T llMS OF RrnSlRll'IIOX. One cr-rr , on year - & 00 One cup y, f ix months, 1 CO Ten co (,iCSl nne ycr - 15 00 Twen' .y coiie, oneyenr, ...... 30 00 WEDNESDAY, : : : DECKMBEK lu, 1873 Gkx. J in A u Early advises the South ern people to have nothing to do with n war in case one grows out of the Cuban trouble. He eays "let the Yankee light their own battles." TiiEUcrmau Government is acting with vigor against the Ultramontanes in Poscn. Our dispatches indicate that serious re sults may follow the conflict between that sect and the Empire. Thk Bristol Xrtcs nmu says that rant made a "treaty of peace with .Spain"' be cause ho Aid not want to give the South a chance to "wash out onr treason by service under the Hag." He claims this idea for oriyhtrA, and we do not see any reason to doubt (t. - Tim; Washington correspondent of the Balti...

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. — 10 December 1873

$nobillc Mcchln Cbroniclc (LUlcbMSiKin, pcccmbcv )87;i. Of the Chronicle m:tadfretA any stress on ap-ftliMtion. RATKft OF ADTERTI9IJTO II WEEKLY) Ten lines, or lest, (olid, to constitute nqaaro. e a .9 H ST 4 4 I Square i,t 1 M a 60 4 50 $ 9 00 J15 00 i square 3 00 6 00 a SO 10 M Irt N) 27(10 JS'iuaron 450 9 00 11 W 14 M 21 W 37 M 4 KniiuM Aim It hi lift liiim uo imi . 1 im & Sguwaeliii!. 1 T JOl 14 00 1 Su1 2 00, 31 50: 55 90 . . . Preuilnma lor NabM-ribrra. Tho year 1S74 will be an exciting one la political circle. In Tennessee we Mill elect a Governor, members of Legislature, Congressmeu and county officers, livery citizen will want a reliable newspaper to give bini the latest news. The Weekly Chhonhxk, admitted to be the beat faint ly paper in "Knst Tennessee, will p:iy spe cial attention, as heretofore, to tlie Market Reports and general news. Good short stories, poetry, and reading matter for nil kinds of reader?. In addition to this, it s political tic wo wiil be full and...

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. — 10 December 1873

Snoibilk Mtthln tfferonitlt, Mrtmtsbag, gcwmbtr 1CT, 1873. WEDNESDAY, : : : DECEMBER 10,18?;?. OUR PAPER K05EY. The commercial transactions between nations are all negotiated upon a gold Oasis. The only currency good the world over is one of coin. The articles we sell to Europe are paid for in gold or exchange sold upon a coin liais. The imports which we gather from all parts of the globe are paid for in specie. Any currency, therefore, which our legislation makes the basil for transac tion between the different States of the Union, is good or bad just in proportion as it approximates In value the basis upon which the grand trade of the world is con docted. We do not caro for n coin cur rency, for that for many reasons would not be the most convenient currency. IJ'Jt, we d need a paper sustained by the pledges of the Govern ment, which (-hall so nearly approximate gold in value as that it will.for all practical purposes, answer the came purposes. The business of this country needs a...

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. — 10 December 1873

Stiwlrille MctiJn &kmuclc, vftlctosimn, Jlcccwbcr ICf, 1873. PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE Spcr.e Payments Guarantee Per ' . manont Prosperity. , mpRovcii ati:r timsi,oh r a tiox Wants Hi e ('ankrupt Law Itri oalr il. A Plea fur Freedom Everywhere. Washington, Dec. t. The .Prer-MeulV message wi.4 read to both House of Con gress thin fti'riioon. It opens by a re'T 1'iico to tho Jhiuurinl main, the granger inoveuiciit aud the Virginitu matter, vbieh it cuys i in course of negotiation and is likely to be amicably ami honorably arranged. It refers to the Vienna Exirroitin, which: wa- creditable t tb firtlsuns rrf the Ccitad fctHtw to the m eption of the Western Atobaudor8 ly tbe F.mjieror of Chinii, And t the need of further irtfisl t tiou to suppress the infamous Coolio trade. Matllinsr the Alnlmma (luliim. It recommends a commission for the purpose of auditing and determining the amount to be paid for losses caused hy the t'oufederate privateers. Jt refers to the mixed commission for determ...

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. — 10 December 1873

0 HOME CIHCLK. - i n i:. ; Fro?-i :ht Sin i'vum-i'M Chivr.i.ie.J Tho follnwii'sr fmitrkn'ilc compilation is from 0,o pen ol Mrs. H. A. iKming, of thii city. The reader w ill notice that i ach lino is a quota tion from some of th tanditie nuthors of Kng n.r.j find Amrricu. This is thercsult of ft jrnr's Uboriou rp-nreli ntuons; tb lending juicta ot the jinft and I'l-cserit time: . V1 v nil tJiis toil for triumph of up hour'' Young. Life's a short Summer, mar. a f,over. Dr. Julinsun. l'v tun,' YC cntth t);o ',:u breath und dip. Pope. The crmllennd thetoinl alas, so nljrh. Prior. To be, is bettor fur than not to be. Sewrll. Thouch all man's life rcuy seem a tragedy. Spenser. But lipht car' speak whan mightyFgriefa are dumb. Darnell. TLo bottom is but shnl'.ow whence they come. Raleigh. Your fate is but the commonfutc of all : Longfellow. I "r mir.eled joys here to no wan befall. Southwell. Mature to each allots his proper f phere; Conjrreve. Fortune nv.kes folly her peculiar care; Chur...

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. — 17 December 1873

"-w. . . m ' k ffwii IU- -4 f VOL. IV. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 17, 1S73. NO 3S. FiCTS ABOUT CIST TEWESSEE. 1-etter from, a Northern Farmer from the Tnne' Land Kt itr. We take pleasure In publishing the fol lowing letter from a young Northern farmer who has found a home in East Tennessee, and whose statements must Lave great weight with those contempla ting a change of residence. His experi ence, which is so honently and forcibly stated, is only that of hundreds of others who have also come and located, and could not be induced to return North. But here is the letter, and we ask its careful perusal, as it Is from a responsible party : Concohd, Knox Co., Tl'NX., Kept, i-'s, 187:1. Messrs. Munson A Bailai : Dkah Sirs : I was born and raised in Lancaster county, Penu., but land selling tit an enormous price, a party of us conclu ded to emigrate to a country where hind . i i i Kens at more reasonable rates, 01 goou qual ity, &c, for which, purpose my father (John Stoltz...

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. — 17 December 1873

Jlutntillc Mcch)n Cbromclcuilctijtcstan, December 17,1873. vk!m:vv- . . ieci:mi;i:u it, 18;3. (uriii and Preserving Meal;'. Mr. K. GuiM lend a vuver In um th1' riiK'i'lon (XfW Jerfy) 1 ariiiiis' CJul, of which Till? lonoing in nil ai'MiMci; jic lictrins by ixi'laininjr uml tiil'oicing tho (iii'fiiorny i won-matiireti meal over tli:u ol younger nnminlx, mill l lie iiecos xitv of coulhiK oJV thoauimal lieat iiromiit- Jy nntl foinjiletfly, before any furtlier stt'li are taken, iie men explains me use of salt in the preservation ol meat, lrawinp an analogy between its action niul that of heat in the process of cooking, and showing that as little salt should be used as in consistent with the preserva tion of the meat, and that in the curing of dried meats brine should bo altogether, excluded, lie then continues as follows: Vhat are known in market a "sugar cured hams'' are packed in bulk with ground t-alt, at auch times, or from time to time, as convenience may dictate; the time they rem...

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. — 17 December 1873

!SL (tf cumber 17, B71L .7 I For the Chronicle, Tlio Coinlns uo A?aln. A member of the legal iiroftusion of your ity, in tlio J'rcxH viul JrJd, vznz himself ''Lawyer," in commenting on the recent "Cousins case," says: "The absurd ity of clinrtring that it wn deohlud only on the oiilnioii of .Iinlo Freeman heroines apparent, when It i known Hint the enve ire-ent'd tv naked 'jucstiou of law arising on the construction f a elauo of tlio will ; and that the came was determined vpon Iht nnlhor'dy of a prcv'nu$ cac adjudim :'.n;i pr ciV ty the same tjuwtion." I propose to state brielly the cIuuho ill the two wills, and the view of Judge (ireen in the Booker case, nnl that of Judge Free man in the Cousins case and then ask "Lawyer" one or two iuestioiis. The Looker case will be found reported in ."itli Humph. 'M, the opinion at 507. "The devise was to his wife and each of his children. Should any of my children die without coming to maturity, or die without issue, either before or after co...

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. — 17 December 1873

$tu0billt Witthln omlt, Mtosban, gcamkr 17, 1803. Kbc ttffcchliT (Chronicle. o ... y , RULE & RICKS, Publishers, Sumlcr 19 Market Place, East Side. TKIIMH OF M UNI KI11I.. One coi y, one year - $2 00 One eery, six month J 100 Ten cojiics, nno yenr 13 00 Twenty copies, one year 30 00 "WEDNESDAY, DECEMUEi: 17, 1873 Oipkon J.rn.i,ow calls for a re-union of the Mexiean'.veteians at Memphis, on the Sth of January, a meeting which he says is preliminary to the general convention to he held in Washington on the loth proximo. Late intelligence from Washington re presents that the President will appoint Hon R. W. Hughes, late candidate for (iovernor of Virginia, to succeed Judge Underwood. This will he a very satis factory appointment. Ix referring portions of the President's message to the committees of the House, that part o it relating to postollice savings banks', tifter a sharp contest was referred, on motion of Mr. Maynnrd, to the Committee on Banking and Finance. Thk impression ga...

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. — 17 December 1873

$inoibillc SHUwhlfi tfromdc Mrtmcsfoan, gcccmbcr 17, Of the CainKicLi mailed free to nr adtlrei on ap plication. HATKtt OF AIHERTISIXO IV WEEKLY. Ten lino, or lees, loliil, to constituto a square. I S H S H i " I a a 1 Pquure $ 1 fill $ 3 M 4 Ml B SO ( tlMM 2 5iu;irc. 3 () 6(h) S fa) lo So l'i Ml .!7 (A) 3 Square,. : 4 M 9 !' 11 Ml! 14 So !' Sir 87 M 4 Squares 6 00 11 So H 1)1 M)' 4S M 5 Siur 7 U 14 00 lij 5) 2 00 3J SO 65 5U PrvinlmuH for Nnbcr!ler. The year 1S74 will be nn exciting one ; political circles. In Tennessee we will elect a Governor, members of Legislature, Congressmen anl county ofllcern. Every citizen will want a reliable newspaper to give him tho latest news. The Weekly C'hkonicxk, admitted to be the best fami ly paper In Kast Tennessee, v ill pay spe cial attention, as heretofore, to the Market Kcuorts and general news, (jood short stories, poetry, ami reading matter for ail kinds of readers. In addition to this, its political news will bo full and fair to both part...

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. — 17 December 1873

WEDNESDAY, : : : PECKMBEtt 17, 1873 WHAT SOUTHERN CONGRESSMEN SHOULD DO. Now the questions growiug out of the late war are being rapidly settled. The animosities engendered by domestic strife are beitis softened. A lnrgo number of ex-Confederate official oeeupy seal in both Houses of Congress, and their right to such seats are not called in question. Eveu Jeff. Davis, the leader of the great conspiracy to break up the Government, may probably be eligible to a seat Jin Con gress before the close of the present session, but we trust the Southern people will have the good taste and good sense, not to so elevate him. If he is the friend to the South that lie professes to be, lie will not thrust himself before the public. So of Toombs, Wigfali, Early, nnd others, whoowe their present existence to the leniency of the Government they would have destroyed. The Southern people have a higher and nobler destiny nt their command than to engage lu raising their late rebiilious lead er or any one...

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. — 17 December 1873

GEXERAL :Y6KRE$r"TliNlERS IJIS m:rvui:s to the cov- EUSUENT. (f sural Mirrmau Writes a Uiaraclir istic Ltucr. sVorrrsl lVnuts to I Ik lit Hie innlHrfl. Memi-his, Dw. !. (foil. N. 15. Forivt, in view of a prolmlile witr with Spain, hn mttrto ft formal tender of IiIh wrviPi" to Ueu. Shermnn, who, writ Ins n t'linriicterls tic letter to Forrest, nail lie lmile-c-nt the letter to the Wixr Department, with this 'H(lornient: "llespeolfully referred to tho Secretary of Wnr tor lilo among the hun dred of oilers Hint conio to nie. I deem this worthy of a jiluce auiouk the archives to wait coming events. I regard N. 15, Forrext as oue of tho most remarkable men developed by our civil war, and, were it left to iuo, iu the event of a war requiring cavalry, I would unhesitatingly accept his services and give hi in a foremost place. I believe now he would tight against our na tional enemies, as vehemently as ho did against us, and that is saying enough. W. T. Sherman, enteral." Sherman don't beli...

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. — 17 December 1873

3hunAtIIe Mtthlg &rttsvkitt ffifobntstmg, grrtrnfetr 17, 1873. 6 HOME CHICLE. The BrTe Boys. The blnod-thirety patriots who enrolled themselves as n,uartermaters and commis saries sing a little song which runs as fol lows : , ' I want to po to Cuba And with the patriots stand ; To rlnnco the furtive ,iuba With plaataiiii in my hand. I'd pitch the MoroJCastle riumb in tlio raging sea, And with the Spaniards wrn?slo nil tney were licked or wo. Such lot of land I'd honk And hare euch sugar forms, Mo. laet all would look And love me for my cLarins." LEONE'S KOMAXCE. CONCIXDED. It was weeks before the stranger was sufficiently recovered to tell his story re garding the wound that had so nearly proven fatal to him, and then by careful nursing, he informed Leone, who had been untiring In her devoted care of him, name was Clarence Ainsle was an Eng lishman, who nearly a year before had come to America, and purchasing a few acres of Jaud In the, "West made it his home. He also stated tha...

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. — 24 December 1873

VOL. IV. KNOXVILLE. TENN.. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 21. IS73. NO 39. FACTS ABOCT EIST TCXXESSKE. The Know Morra. Ourfirstsnow began falling rapidly Mon lay morning, ami before dark some six inches covered the ground the heaviest full we have know in many years. It went of!' in a rain in the night. I'p to Monday our winter weather had been as line ns ever Known, eirawuerry oeds wero in bloom and persons from the North who had three wreKs or sleighing before they came South had been Rending tiuus ami blossoms bacK as proor mat the were in the "Sunny South." Rev. 8. iJ Curhart informs us that in Iowa teams had been crossintr the Mississippi river on ice Think of the difference, Northern friends, in your ice-bound reeions ! So warm and genial has been our winter up to the 22d inst., that buds and flowers vere putting out, thinking the spring time had already come. We may now expect colder and muddy weather, but the winter will be a Kbort one. Mary ll le Item The houses of Mr. J. C. Hylemnn, ...

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. — 24 December 1873

Jinotbillc ealccliln Cbromdc, ?iilct)ncstaiT, December ai, 1873. -YEI'!DAY, . . 1)KCKMBEH.V:4, 1ST8. Butter Without 3111k or ( ream. Any invention or onti'iv:inrX' wliiuh shall produce aud cheapou such all essen tial article of lbod us butter, without de teriorating its quality, must prove a boon and blessing to mankind. Such a discov ery nnd invention, I believe lias been made by the Oleomargarine Manufacturim? Company, of this city. The butter made by this company not "artificial butter," but butter mado by artificial means is now on exhibition at the American In stitute Fair, and can be tested by all who desire. To n clear comprehension of the subject, it is necessary to understand of what ordi nary butter is composed, what it is made from, etc. Most persons will s;iy at once that it is made from cream. This i9 not so. It is the oil in tha cream that forms the main clement of the butter. The but ter is simply this oil combined with a lit tle sour mifk or butter. When Urst milk is...

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. — 24 December 1873

Jiuoibillc Mt&xln &bnmidc Mcbncsimii, Scccmbcv 1S7'3. I'rcntltinm fur Snbacrilir-rsi. The year 174 will be nn exciting one in political circle. In Tennesson wo will elect ft Governor, members of Legislature, Congressmen ntul county officers. Every citizen will want a reliable newspaper to give Lira the latest news. The Weekly C'hronicJ.k, admitted to be the best fami ly paper in East Tennessee, will pay spe cial attention, as heretofore, to the Market Report- and general news. Good short stories, poetry, and reading matter for all kinds of readers. In addition to this, its political news will bo full and fair to both parties. Oar regular subscription is $2.00, or to clubs of ten $1.50 for each subscriber. To induce new subscribers, and encourage old ones to renew, we have made arrange ments tolofl'er some premiums. We will send the Wef.klv Chronicle and Wood's Household Monthly Magazine one year the two for 2.2". The magazine is worth $1.00 per year, and every month publishe...

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. — 24 December 1873

JJnoabillc Mcchln (Cbnm'ule, Mrtmcstoa?, December ill, 1873. Ebc cLClcchln Chronicle. RULE & KICKS, Publishers, Xumltr 10 Market Place, i;at Siilc. Tl.n.MS r H BSIRIPTIOX. One ewr. one year..- One envy, eix month Ten coiie3 one year, - Twenty copies, one year,. "WEDNESDAY, : : U 00 1 00 ... 15 00 ..... 30 00 DECEMBER 21, 1873 Tup nnur rvnBtitiitirm of Pennsylvania X Ml r liV II r lias been ratified by an overwhelming ma jo'' Alexander II. Stephens has written a let ter adhering to and defending his position on the salary bill. Ahol'T fourteen huhdred newspapers ), informed Sneaker Blaine that James Pnlk. is the only man that ever reached the 'White House after having occupied h Siipakn-'a chair in the House or lep- recitatives. The paragraph will aoon be come as famous as "Beautiful Snow" and "Betsy and I are Out." The I'monand American is distressed at "niggardly haggling and greed of money" displayed by the President in seeking ollice for money only. It is sad. wiiv .forTt he ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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