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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 24 December 1873

Sinotbillc Mc&hln Chronicle c&lc&ncstoin, December Tit 167i. KiM i tii:. iii:s Of the Cstoxict.i mailed free to anr aJdreu on ap lilioation. HilM OF ADVERTI.SI.M4 I. WEtKLT. Ten lines, or less, aolid, to oonttitute a square. t a H a s i a ' 1 8iur Jt 1 Fl I 3 Sn $ 4 50 ' f ff 1i 00 2 Squares a UJ 6 (VI, IJtl )i) Sn, 16 fc 27 no tSeuare i 4SO f 00 11 N) 14 Nl 2 1 50 , 37 50 4txiurw (m 11 50 14 00 1 00, 30 00 45 Oil 5 Squares ! T5H 14 00! It) 60! US 00 1 3W 601 66 60 UMta' WmI Cloth. . , i We received yesterday a sample of linsey cloth, made of goats' wool, by Mrs. Is'. T. Heal, of Kogorsville. It Is a beauttfui piece of goods, and perhaps the finest ever man ufactured out of goats' wool in Tennessee. Sr. K. E. T. Bracelton. Now Jocuted at New Market, Tcuu., will Attend crUls day aud night, when not pro fessional! T absent. ' r fcipeeinl. attention given to chronic die abases of females. t. lll Iucrrased. TliC iiiereasil canital of the East Ten nessee "utlonu Bank of $ju,H...

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. — 24 December 1873

nobil(c feulcchln (!rjmclc, ftiUimcsiinn, December 1ri, 1873. '.Vr.I'-NK-l'.VV, : : : DECKMI5KU 1S73 In :!ie .Si'ivnif Court mi tlie 10th, the ic i::iv';i of tne tfiiit)tl for the corporation' in the matter of the Uftei'ii thousand dol lar iipi'Mpriation to the University, was (iismiol. So litre the matter ends, we jirt-ume. The city will meet the amount ia such a manner, no Ioult, ns not to j.rove Imrilenonme to tax payer?. Our contemporary, the 1'rous and Jfrr aUl, luts heen doiti(? what it could, while this petition for a re hearing was pending before the Court, to defeat the appropria tion. Why Is it tlit it did not think of this when the matter was firs-t agitated in lStt'i? Everybody at (hat time, Including the Prets and lfcrald, if we remember cor rectly, favored the appropriation. Will our neighbors examine their files and see if this is not o? We are morally bound to pay that sum to the University, and should pay it, even if we could be released by a legal tribunal. The tar...

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. — 24 December 1873

Jko.rbUlc Jftltchlji Chronicle, Ictincan, gcccmbcv -X 1873. CUBAN HEWS. i'itt;i!css of ins: ki:bkllio. Views of tlic Cuban I'rfss on Mie Hsiia lion. FIXAL ft EL LA Si' OF THE UUI.IMIS. Full l)rlai!s r Hi? Transaction. Maiataining Our Maritime Kislils Plentiful AMI vs Iepwur,! t he '1'nt.fii ,lr Iih iip lreaftloii, Havana, Dec. 1". Tlio proposed enrollment for military duly, of nil men Wtwoon riglitoen and forty-Hvoycmr. of rr, a fourth uf whom arc to be conscripted fir iictivo service, ia frnininp; BdvocHtcc. The Diai'in tuyt, wo art-'now at the loth ot Deocmhcr, and wo hiivo raised no menus ana uon notlnntr new to crusli the rebo ion. Ijct us Rive n trosh impulfo to tho winter cnni paijrn, if we would advance on the ro;id to tho pacification of the Island. The enemy will (rain timo and territory and we will have cauo todu- plore our criminiil vnccilation. V ithout a great ana unitea movement on our part mo wiir will draff on e,s it has to tlio present hour. It lias consumed annuall...

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. — 24 December 1873

Iwwbilfc Mcthln )rimuc, ftulctmcstmjr, December Ql, 1873. 8 iiom i: cikcli:. mm i..ir Asn-u-otiios. I ;' U.c present yenr Saita (.'!" shoulJ come licre ; !,.-t i.iin eomo nlor.o it' hv will, Ara give 'he products v( skill. tu.J no, ot' ti e -'.ill. Apoilyon, we fear, to udvsr.co Lis cause, Kns formed a partcniorshiri with Snntn Clnus ; ;,ow Santa Claus might do well, J f i: were not for this imp of hell, Who goes about like a roaring lion Anon lie plies the old-nnon the ,'cion ; And, Bacchus, one of his tools, Tjrr.s vie men to foos. Apollyon, in the saloon night und day Is always there seeking his prey; Ho infuses the poison and mingles the wine Ar.d chnnges mankind to the semblancn of swine ; He gives brandy, whisky, rum and all such stuff, And maddens the brain when they know not enough, Until reeling, staggering, the victim falls, And lies often quiet until the policeman calls. But this is not all fighting and murder ensues, Leaving to courts the adjustment of dues. Let Santa. C...

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. — 31 December 1873

a ij Ki ' r VIII 11' . WiJi IT, OI H PI BI.IC ftt HOOIJ. AUendnnre, Rrhool Houimhi, lantllntfsi nnd Penborfy Aid. SECOND ARTICLE. Editors Chkoniclkj la these state ment I propose to speak of matters as I understand them to exist, so that opportu nity may be afTorded the people to device means of obviating difficulties, a well as that they may congratulate themselves up on successes attained. SCHOOL ATTENDANCE. The attendance la the schools has not t een as large as it should have been, yet as good, perhaps, as was to have been expect ed, everything considered. As usual, the number fell oir after the excitement of the opening had subsided. Some children were employed in gathering t.nd putting in j !he crops ; others had no inclination to go, and unfortunately, were possessed of pa rents who, through want of energy or ut ter worthlessness, failed to compel their attendance. Hence, whole families are omingup without any education whatev er. Jn one school 1 found only seventeen pupils p...

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. — 31 December 1873

gUuubille Mtthls 0nulte ,t&wsimn, gtccmjur 31, 1873. n V VVED-NJUAY, . . DECEMBEK ill, 1873. FIELD VIVr FAltM. About Our Iutemt Laws. Editors C'hro.nhlk : I should lie glut! to see discussed iu your columns the quts tlon of intercut, or ratlierlhe Incongruity of tlie laws regulating interest on judg ments (and debts contracted before the ten per cent, law was tuadei and loans sub fluently effected or the prevailing rate which has, 1 believe, more than once heen adverted to iu y.our editorials. I do not now propose moving the repeal of the ten per ceut law, which is a subject proline of discussion, hut simply to invite attention to the injustice wrought by the singular discrepancy in our statute re garding the premium on money and the HO-ealled "legal rate" accruing upon notes pat due, when the rate has not been stip ulated, offering a premium to the dishon est debtor, whose conscience will not per mit him defrauding nn indulgent creditor. To illustrate. A. sold to li. real estat...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 31 December 1873

. JL Letter from ftenta Clnnn. . What do you thlnR I gaw as I was Rolng down street this morning, wrapped mimr y in my fur-coat, and muflled up to my 'yea to keep out the fold? Two llttlo lioys, crouched up under she phcltcr of Home rickety old stops that lod into a wretched tenement-house. They were shivering with cold, barefoot, hungry, and big tears were rolling; down their checks. Their mother was dead, and 11 vo minutes before their drunken father had kicked them out doors, and told thorn to go and hunt up some breakfast if they wanted any. As I catno rear I heard one of them nay, "'O, Jimmy! It's almost Christmas! How I wish old Santa Claus would come down our chimney and bring us a big fire, and Horue shoos and stockings, and oceans and oceans of bread and milk !" "Why, Hob, ain't you a greeny now! There alu't no Banta Claus; it's all gam anon." . Jimmy's eyes flew wide open. B"NobWa Claus!" "No; it's all stuff." Jimmy's head went down like a flash, and he set up such a perfe...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 31 December 1873

SkorbrSlc S&ahlfi; Commit, ttosgfftnto 3)187 BULFk BICES, Publishers, Xvtnlr.r Market JPlaoc East Side. I.EHD OMHBMKIflX. On euiiy, on jr.r -.. $2 00 Om copy, m K mvnthf,.... 1 00 Tncpio, (rcr. - 15 00 Twv.j coli year 30 00 VLTXH'.iSUW, : : : DECEMRi-T. 01, 1ST3 Tji: number of patriotic citizens whose henrio bio el ver painful solieitiHlc for the honor of tihetag because they suppose the Virjiuius is to bo surrendered to Spain, is astonish i n uey almost equal the num ber v.iio a:v willing' to Lave tlKir wives' relative sacrifice the lust drop of their bloot! for thai iMnor of their con t try. Tier: palit4c!k!isabllitie3 having been re moved from uiawst of the old Virginia poli ticians .vho wx:t Into the ivfleell'on, the forthtomiug.ouM'est for V. S. Senator has brought uiosU ? thom iuto active politics. The election Ms esMting deep interest, and is watul.ed cb cy outside of tlte-4'tate by politicians. "VuK.lilcii)'J3U.'Zcd(ci' blows it-; yuber natoria'. bugle to the following U...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 31 December 1873

3, RPECIMBN COPIES Of the Caioxici.i malted free to any addre?a oa ap- plieatia. ' . i s j-, - BATE OF AIIVERTISIXU 1ST WEEKLY. Ten lica tr lest, lolid, to constitute a aquare. I' t a 1 Square ltlM3M45Of0l 9 00 $lSn0 2 Squorea 1 Sim! 6W! 8 50 10 6c)1 11 W '-TOO S Squrea...,.i 4 50 9 00! U 50 14 501 21 60 1 i!7 50 4 Squares. .....il t'Vt 11 W li 00, U 00 SO K)i 45 00 6 Squared 7 50 U 00 Id 60: 2S 00 3t 50, 55 50 II t I I i I A Benntllnl Mend or Hair. ESS Whlsliersand moustache arc ornaments desired by all. Use Dr. Tutt's llnir Dye and you will possess them. Its effect is instantaneous, xilissdot ' Watch Nia-nt Meeting. We are requested to state that there will lie a watch night meeting, on to morrow (Wednesday) night, at the Broad street M. JK. Church, Houtl.'. (Services will begin at 10 o'clock. Rev. R. N. Trice, editor of the Jlolxton ,,McthodM, Morristown, Tenn., will preach a sermon on the occasion. The public generally is invited to attend. " IHnp of Knoxville. Wo have been show...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 31 December 1873

WEDNESDAY, : : : DECEMBER CI, 1873 ABOUT TRK TIEOINIU. The investigation now proceeding as to the real ehnrncter of the Virglnius has no reference to any future action iift'octlug j-'jiaiii. The cpse to far us she is concerned is closed. If the fffel wrongfully sailed v.nJcr the American Hag, It is our govern ment that has been injured and that must demand redress. Under such a state of lacW, proceedings would be instituted ( v our government agaiust its owners and luasters and tliey would be punished un der the laws of Congress. If any damage bas been done to Spnuish commerce or Spanish citizens by the vessel, claims to cover such damage might be preferred ugainst our Government, but any punish ment for illegally using the national flag is of tcourso be administered by our own Government and not by Spain. But What ever is due to Spain, in any phase the case may hereafter assume, should be promptly conceded. Castelar is a noble man ; one of the ablest and best uieu in political life...

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. — 31 December 1873

THE VlRGINIUS." in !.. . i i , : !'& - aiedlcal STATEMEXT OF THE SIRREXDERKD PRISONERS. '' Snatn Wants the Yirginius Patk Again. The SI or j of Ibe Virginia l'rlaoaeris. Key "Wxst. Deo. 23. A snecial say tlio ur vivors of tho Virginias wore kept ignorant of mcir into and were visited by toRua iiriests. who exacted dyiiiff confessions. They thought thoy wore going to (loath. Uion tho confession of these lioor wrctchea. it is laid. Attorney General VVil lining founded his opinion that the Vireinim luid no right to bear tho American colors Tho poor follows supposed they were going to tho hiaupuior nouso. xsiu mo presenco 01 me Juniata and tho surrender to her ollicers led to the most extraordinary emotional uemon-tra tions. . Kind Treatment of the Prisoners. On nrrivul at Santin.RO, orders came to the ship from Commander liruiuc, for the Paymaster to issue all blankets and ien ... i- . i i .. .... . jucKcia m ma department to tne prisoners, who were iiaraiy tit to ho seen in their ...

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. — 31 December 1873

:$Utbx!It .jSBEttfklg pBva$ltt ...Mcbnwbaj, gctrmfetr .3,1873. HOME CHICLE. nr. C4RRILBS' ADMBSS. m n ulortMlic jK'iilinc (.'Jiriniinim belli", - Toll nl' tlio Lord's plnj natal worn, H v;im cm eartli, (rood will to im-n. I. llifir glad matin chime fljMin, -To Jul II the dav lliiit Christ whs born. ( i inert u li;uliird glance wo ia-1, 'in lit w the swill diwrtiii"; vi-ur, "iVliile o'er the world cliid iniviTn nrise, To tho ir at Father in the fklo, To wl.niii wv owe cur ('lirNtinns ohecr. Iii mj'i inn fiijiienoe clow hnve puiisiil, The luiijf months of the dyinj; year, T.'ii'i ii-li sorrow's minl.ro shadows pad, 'i'l mugli linin'r bright Minhine, pay iinil ghJ, Slice ruddy (.'liri-tiuiis lat was here. Su rce lms the war-cloud wrtl nwny, Thai, hiirrvini; uii the southern Itoic, Came, wafted from that lmtniy Me, That li;i-ks lioneath the day-pud's mule, tj m of the bright Wt Indian nik, TliKt liroiid prcon ii-le of vonlurc fair, (Jucvii of the storied trol'ie main, "VLt re still co n...

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. — 7 January 1874

088? af M. ...... ..n . w m m. M BY T-i.lin I'llillliHiMrKinniiiMiil MilisM ... VOL. IV. KNOXVILLE. TENN., WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 7. 1873 9j If NO 41. i L' - .......... FACTS ABOUT EAST TESXESSEE. 15 o it S a -H H AN S-J"! "s-s ai. o o J .2 J -S c C 0 $ d ff 1 g 0 s 9 0 I i a tuaiu ft'mnua ii"re r c-1 1 r-H T- 51" --r da- o 3ix: r.T- oc.1 c5 6 ' t-t- to & G H 3 o 4) 3 5 g o a J a5 o .a s 2 a a q Eh 3 H H H IS 5 S S j t2 d 3 S S 1 ift S S '-O O ' -2 a 5 3 3 a 2 a H 2 STATE KEWS. There are over 1,200 case1 on tlie docket of the Supreme Court at Nashville. Tho following items we clip from the Banner of Saturday : There are now 30 patients in the Asylum for the Insane, which makes up the quota of its capacity riome very necessary improvements to the Asylum have J ust beeu-vompleled. One hundred and twenty car loads of freight were shipped south over the Chat tanooga road Thursday, 90 Friday and !I0 yesterday. There is a fair prospect of an increase in the freight business ou that road. ...

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. — 7 January 1874

ftnoxiiiUi Wtthln 'Gftmadi, WAmtoxBi amnmi "71873;. v 0 WEDNESDAY,' :Y : JANUARY 7, 1871. FIELD AND XVllM. Farmers Should be also Slice p fcroncrs. ' There are many reasons why every far mer would ftinl It profitable to keep at least a small flock of flnewooled sheep on a farm where grain is the principal crop. By rais ing his own mutton rt larjje sari ng is made In the butcher's bill ; the sale of the wool will bring ready money Just before harvest, when it is most needed to conduct the farming operations with celerity and economy. .Nor are these the greatest bene fits to accrue from a system of mixed farm ing in which sheep-raising has its appro priate share. Sheep are the best scavengers that can be put on a field after the grain is cut, to clear the land of weeds, while their dropping are a far better fertilizer than the debris of stubble and litter they consume, which otherwise would have to be plowed under to decompose. In a country like California, where the noxious herbage t...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 7 January 1874

( O il. I'REf.K TROl HI.EM. Editors Chuonici.e: Within tlie past two clays I huvo received severnt letters, together with a petition or a statement set ting forth the material and turbulent tat of atliiirs at Coal Creed, the latter being unanimously signed by th very best citi zens of that locality, and the former ema nating from nllkosouree. " Among other things which I elvall no tice in a moment, 1 am requested to Ktate to you, that your informwot, in re gard to what transpired on Friday night, when Nanklvlen lost his life it wholly mis taken as to there being' ft general drunken row," for the reason that it was the law- abiding citizens engaged in au attempt to mipprens a seof denprradoca, and in the discnanro of a lawful dutv.- honorable to themselves and beneficial to the commu nity. It so hanoened in the tumult that the life of one of the leading criminals was IOSt. -! '' . ' Those engaged in suppressing the bold crimes that were being committed were certainly sober not in the...

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. — 7 January 1874

Itoifcille aSttthlg CJnroiwIt, Wtimtttoufr garatarjj 7, 1875. ffbc Wittlifo tilixnmth. RULE &. RICKS, Publishers, Xumbcr 19 Market Tlace, Eat Side. TERMS OF SCBSCBIFTIOX. On copy, ob yer,..............M..-....-. 9i 09 On eorx. ri moith,. 1 W T eo p, on yew, 15 CO JwBtycri.oneyew-.......-.... 30 00 WEDNESDAY, JANUARY T, 1874. A New York correspondent estimates lawyers' income at from fifty to two hun dred thousand dollars. The Louisville Courier-Journal, one of the best newspapers in the country, ap peared New Year's day in new style, which improves its appearance very much. - mcnt. We trnst that confidenco will Boon be restored, that business will become prosperous, and that the year 1874 will be known in the future as a period of greater prosperity than any former time in our history. 'I he Trustees of the Cincinnati Southern ioa! l.r.ve advertised for pmposnls for grading, masonry, bridge and trestle work on the road located between South Dan ville, Ky., and the Tennessee Stat...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 7 January 1874

inflbillt WitAxh 0mtlc Mrimtstan, auuaTg 7, 1873. BFECIXESI COPIES Of tli CaaoxiOLi mild fr to w adaren an p- pUoaUon. MATES OF ADYERTIAINa IM WEEKLT. Ten lines, or less, solid, to constitute t iquare. e a a a 1 Ckraara.,.. i Sqarw..M, 3 Square bqaaree 6 bliuwac.., 11 Roil 3 50 $4 50 1650 10 SO 14 50 14 00 28 00 ft 00 $15 00 M 50 27 00 2.1 60 37 50 SO 00 45 00 38 60 63 60 00 6 no! g 60 4 60 8 00 760 9 00 11 M 11 60i 14 00 14 00 lit 50 Te On r Patron. Those who are iu any way indebted t the Chronicle office will do ua a great fevor by raying it. Tlie sum duo la small to the individual owing, but the aggregate of all that Is justly owing us, Is very large. Money is scarce and all our expenses must bo paid in cash. We, therefore, urge upon our friends the absolute importune of sending us promptly whatever they owe us. Wo have made the Weekly Ciironh cle a better paper than ever, and have fairly earned our subscriDtlon nionev. . We also urge upon our friends the duty of i'ujinpuy reuewi...

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. — 7 January 1874

&xotbxU Witthb Cfrromtlt, Mcbncsba, gaiiu;irii 7t 1873. It CJ WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7, lfTl. WABHIKOTON SOCIETY. A late number of the Cincinnati Qcuctte contains a long and interesting letter from Gen. IT. V. N. Boy n ton, It Washington correspondent, ou that enigmatical some thing, known as "Washington society. How to appear in society, how to succeed in society, how to be considered leaders In nociety and bow to dazzle those with whom they come Id contact with brilliant social achievements, is studied a great deal more by senators, cabinet officers and oth ers of high social position, and especially by the female portion of their households, than they ought to be, to the exclusion of the proper discharge of official duties. Officials are often embarrassed with de mands made upon them by the social world, to comply with which they must take up time which ought to be devoted to pablio business. But Washington society, viewed from another standpoint, shows more of the ri diculous th...

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. — 7 January 1874

mmmm.., 7- WM , mnp, llllHl.lMlM ' ' ' ' 't n .9 totto rajm s 1 t THE VIRGINIUS. Sinking or the Vessel off (he Not-lit Car-.-r'v v ollaa Coast, V ; Fouaderinjg of Itie Noted Mil. New York, Doc. 30. The Ossippeo re ports that the Virginius, when ell' Capo Fear and in sight of land, In pite of nil thteflbrtB of the crew alijb.'inl hfr; settled and went to tbo bottom of the nea I ' Shortly after tlia arrival of Ithejpssippee a reporter boarded her and had nn inter view with the oflloer of the . fleck. The latter said he had ftrlct orders not to com municate with anybody in relation to the cironmitancea attending the foundering of ' the Virginius. lie woukt not even give the tUte of the. occurrence or the place where it happened. ' j -'. . ; New York, Dec. 30. The crew of the Vermont cheered the Cuban survivors us they passed, and were met ou shore by : several Cuban leaden and taken to their quarters. The only (-Southerner on tho list of survivors is I'hilip Motzler, ft cigar maker.of ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 7 January 1874

Jtuoririllt Mwhlg &pomdtt WUImttims, ganxtarjj 7. 1673. 8 home: cihcijs. the sktada judge's stobt. "1 don't sec how I could have done more for lum then 1 did; but .till the man should not have b"n puniibcd-he ihould have been ac- 'lBW?th these wordi the judee awoke to the cor,.cioufnfMthat he had a fell traveler; and then, at if some explanation of his remark would be in order, ho went on: .... . ,. "Wo had a very interesting trial in Autin lst week. Tern Carberry lrsh Tom, he is railed was tried for murder. I defended him, and never Rtrufrelod harder for client in my life. .For a week before, and throughout the trial, I worked nit;ht and day te loek up testimony, and in present the cae to the Jurylin the best possible lipht. I consulted witk all the attorneys not nfraered for the prosecution. VTe got him off with three yeara in the penitentiary! but he ought not to have been punished he should Lave been acquainted." The fellow passenger queried as to the circum stance attending...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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