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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 14 January 1874

c..v ",BIB,",,I,BBI"",,",I,,,, " VOL. IV. KNOXVILLE. TENN.. AVEDNESDAY. JANUARY 1 L IS? 1 vm h ' y j. a , - clients rrom Eocliroo'l. THE TEilPKKANCK PACSE. The council of United Friends of Tem fierance at this place is in a flourishing condition. Tho contraction in business caused a large number of our members to leave the place ; but the council numbered " lit the close of the year 110 members, and Aias received 10 since. Arrangements have len made to introduce the higher degrees of the order: and are orgaulzation de signed to embrace children who are too obbj to join tho council is projected. iuch an organization, acting a a prepara tvry school, will be of great advantage. ' DEATH OK MR. EDDY. Mr. Samuel Kddy, who was shot at Tine :ity on Saturday, died on Tuesday night, lie was perfectly conscious of hisapproach higend, and declared himself ready forthe liange. Keener, by . whom lie wub whot, can not bo found. It is thought by omethat he has lore the county. Others believe that h...

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. — 14 January 1874

3- f WED-NESDAY, : : : JANUARY. 14, 1874. FIELD AND FAIIM. About Raising Tobarco. Knoxville, Tenn., Jau. .r, 1874. Editors Chronicle: Wby haa Knox vllle no tobacco market? The question has often presented iUolf to my mind, without a Tery satisfactory answer. This is a subject, I think of very considerable importance to the merchants of the city, and of much more importance to the farm era of the surrounding country. How much money is sent out of the State of Tennessee for tobacco, by the merchants of the city of Knoxville, I do not know, but judging by the amount used, the aggregate must reach the thousands. This is a drain upon the financial resources of the sur rounding country, which never returns, and is a clear loss to the merchants and the consumers, as a circulating medium, which can only be avoided by encouraging its production at home. There in a section of country around the city of Knoxville for s distance of fifty miles that will produce very fine tobacco, and more espec...

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. — 14 January 1874

Coiisrcssman lit on the Civil Klslit flllll. TUu iuttcU . fi- J-llioLt,.lho .colored CongiTssni'.in fiSouth Carolina, having nttraeled ho nivutlention, wc ijiioto u synopsis of it iO linJ it roiorteil in the Washington Jt'Hnan t He diwlnlmtiny personal fueling !n account of his N I'Ut naiil lie advocaltMl the measure li',o it was for the right and the most M justice. He referred to the loyalty d blacks to theGovern ment, not onlVthe late war, but quoted from various h authorities of the early days of the roie, allowing that in the revolution, thar of 1812 und the Mex ican war, the c('l race mood firm friends and rendered tahle services to the Oov iTiiment. lld from therejwrtof Gen eral Jacksont at the battle of New Orleans a regl't of colored troops held the right of tMnerican line and drove back a fierce (n't of tho .British troops. Their valor, fdd, drew forth the warm est encomiimroin their gallant com mander. In way of retort upon' Mr. liock, of Ky,e read further from the name r...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 14 January 1874

JlnoAilU WtM$ cwtlt, dmtsbajj, amutrn 1871. Sbc SStcthln (br0nitlc. BULB &; KICKS, Publishers, Sumbcr 19 Market riace, East Sid?. TK.IlMS OF Krnst KIPTIOX. One oi rr. one year, One oory, six niuBtli; Ten coiic, one ).ir Twenty copiw, one year,... . 12 00 , 1 00 , 15 on , 30 00 1 "WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 14, 1871. The Memphis Avalanche says: "The truth is that, taken as ft whole, President Johnson's Administration does not Bufl'er by comparison with the acts of other pub lic arm," The trial of ex-Senator Pomeroy was to have taken place ut Topeka, Kausas, on Monday. He failed to appear, and for feiture was taken against himself aud his hail for $20,000. The Chattanooga Cotnmcrxial is evi dently tather skeptical ns to Knoxville's abilityor willingnts to raise a million to extent the Knoxville and Ohio road from its present terminus to Chitwood, where it will i terser with the Cincinnati Southern rnf4. - - MTv. JlAVXAHt has introduced a hill in thc5Iouse of Representatives on the cur ren...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 14 January 1874

$iuobtllc Mtchln dklwomdc MrtmtsiJaii, ;uutavn lrj, 1871. HrECIE9( COPIES Of the Chroxiclk mailed frca to my Ure. oa ap plication. - RATES OF ADVEKT1KIXO 1ST WEEK I.T. Ten llnce. or less, solid, to constitute a nuare. t a H J IPACt. 1 Kiuare.. 1 f,0 3 50 4 6(1 C 60 9 00 2 rM (, 6 ("I S &Ui 10 60i 16 Ml; 3 Squre....r 4 60 i t) 11 Ml 14 ,M); &) rU 4 N)U(ir...., 6 (HI 11 50J 14 (W; 14 (XI i 30 1)0 fibquares 7 50' 14 00. lii 6u: 2A 00, 3it 50 1 16 00 n oo 37 60 45 00 56 50 T Onr l'atroiw. Those who ure in any way indebted t the Chronicle okih k will do us a great favor by paying it. The sum due is email to the individual owing, but the aggregate of all that la Justly owing uh, is very large. Money is scarce and all our expenses must be paid la cash. We, therefore, urge upon our friends the absolute importance of sending us promptly whatever they owe us. t We have made the Weekly Chkoxi xe a better paper tb.au ever, and have fairly earned our subscription money. We also urge upoa...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 14 January 1874

Jinoibillc Mtthln tf&wmtlt, Mtcimxsbajr, $anuaqj 11, 1S7-1 v. .WEDNESDAY, JANUAliY M. lf-T4. " a Ie vkfli, I Kill E. The tlrmoti or IiUi-inpi'rnnre nt 111 llloixl.y Work. Wo t!ml the following pnrliculars of a lemhli? crime jicrpetrateil in Madison tenuity, in this State, in the Jackson Oniric)' : A mau by the name of Matt, Ulidewell, with his wife anil children, was Jiving ou the farm of Mr. Ed. Mullins, where the horrible deed was perpetrated. Ulidewell, who is in the habit of drinking to intoxi cation, went home on the day the crime was committed in a tit of delirium tremens, and becoming infuriated at his wife, struck her over the head with a gun which he held in his hands, inflictiug n horrid wound, which bled profusely, and, it la thought, will soon prove fatal. Having mortally wounded his wife, as he thought, he then struck one of his children, a little girl of nine or ten years, with the same weapon, inflicting a painful but probably not a serious wound. This done, lie d...

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. — 14 January 1874

7 :i y . ' a v 1 , ! ... JhwiMUe' Mdln honu)tMttost)an, $mauarn, 1871 i I i 5 M III' ( M Wholesale and MnnuRicturlnir DriifraTtsj. FOREIGN. Mailer M Havana. llAVANA, Jan. 0. The crowi.s on the Rtern of the 8tr, a Hpaninh vewel, which hare ppen covered with paint have been restored. The Home Government lias granted, without restriction, the extraordinary powers demanded by the Captain Gener al. The Conservative party here it highly delighted with the change of govern ment at Madrid. The boatmen, many in number, of the bay here have struck for payment in gold, and communication between the towns is stopped, and shippers and passengers are experiencing considerable difficulty. It is ramnred that the Insurgents have taken the Spanish Colonel, Montancr, a prisoner. .feSenor Castelar, in a letter addressed to the country, says he must protest with all his energy against the recent brutal coup d'etat. He concludes by"saying, My con science will not permit me to associate with demagogues an...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 14 January 1874

3Ut0btlle fflltthls 6pmaxk, ffl&ntftoz, gammrii 151, 1674. 8 HOME CHICLE. POOH MTTI-K IKI Who is thero whose hwart hit not folt a tender fpclir.jf of sympathy whon they tee the horno- le, fatherless and friendless begjrar girls and . bi'.dren that throntr tho streets and houses of i ur largo cities and towns, and are of-timcs striven away with a frown and cross words? Oh, jii:v them ! Poor little) hf-pcar girl, Sad and alone, Hast thou no mother, dear, No friends nor home? Out in the stormy wind',: Darksome and wild, "Where will you sleep to-night, Toor weary child? Hast thou no father, dear, Giving too bread, Utthou no dwelling place To lay thy head? Cold djth the breezes How, Over thy form, Toor little beggar girl, Out in the storm. Whon hast thou eaten Inst . Who gave the bread, Who was it gave it thee, Little bare aeat? . ' . . . Chilly and barefooted, Out in the rain, Poor littlo beggar girl, . Tell mo thy&atue. Hast thou no brother, donr, Sister nor friend, Who will th...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 21 January 1874

sri to y 3 VOL. IV. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. JANUARY -21, 1S7J. NO 4? Of FACTS ABOUT EAST TEXXESSEE. Farms and Farming in East Ten nessee. Our correspondents generally inquire about the farms in this region of coun try, and what arc tho most common pro ducts. Unlike, of course, the ireat West, most of the valuable lands were entered many years ago, and mueli of them have been under more or less de gree of cultivation. Under tho old sys tem of labor the tendency was to an ac cumulation of a large tract so as to give work to tho more men. There are now many plantations containing from f00 to 1,500 of more acres of land. Since the mancipation of tho slaves, these farms aro larger than can bo profitably man aged with hired labor, consequently a great deal of tillable land is neglected. The owners, not desiring to retain so much unproductive property, are willing to sell, but tho same reasons they have lor selling arc an objection to buying. The only way to obviate this difficulty is...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 21 January 1874

WEDNESDAY, : : : JANUARY 14, 1871 - - - - : - - x?iiii A.ir ,yii m. Culture of Hie Xutmr? Melen. IFrolitho Country Gentleman,! Tlio Mi'lon will ailupt itself to a variety of foils, but if possible, it will felert n wiirni.siuuly loam, with ft southern expo sure. Sew liuul, or noil laud plowed in the fall, U iut the thing. If the full prepara tion has been neglected, get nt it s .oon us The spring opens, and make leei and tliorowih work of tho plowing and pul verization. Apply well rotted barnyard manure broadcast if thesoil is not naturally rich. There will he time enough l..r two or three plowing before planting. 1 his is our first axiom thorough preparation le forC2lant!nff. Xo one ought to expect suretss without this. The rows should be marked out both ways, from six to eight feet apart. Our practice is, if seed is plenty, to put fifteen or twenty seeds in a hill, to provide against loss, hut'finallv, when they have taken on the rough leaves, we thin to about three plants to the ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 21 January 1874

ghi0bUlt Mtt dLbxomtk Wftfimt&tiyi, $auuarjr 21, 187$. 3 What the rress Says about Cushlng's Xom Inatlon. From the IndianapolM Journal, Rep. For forty yonrs he hni had tho reiiutft Uon, among those who knew him best, of one who would stoop to very low nnd un worthy means to accompli fit hi ends, who would accept any employment that offered, and who recognized all retainer ns equally honorable, only giving prefer ence to the largest. From the Now York Sun, lad. Well, this in an Infinitely bettor nomi nation than that of Oeorge 11. Wlllinms, and for that tho country may be thankful. Hut when wo are asked whether Mr. Gush ing 1h altogether a 'fit man for Chief Jus tice, and whether ho wll! answer the high er requirements of so dignified and impor tant an ofllce, the answer must be in the negative. From tho Chicago TriVine, Ind. It is to be regretted that the President lias not Helected a Chief Justice from those already on the bench, or from the ranks of the many able judges in the...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 21 January 1874

Suuwrbillt Wun tymultt Wtimtstofr 3fa.marj? 1874. Ijc (Lcltchlfi (r0nrclc." IIULE & SICKS, Publishers, . Xtuiibcr 19 Jfarkct riace, East Side. TERMS OF HlBSCRIPTIOSf. On trrr. one year. ....... 4 80 One copy, tlx months, 1 W Tea ociiie, one yearn - '5 00 Twenty eopreJ, one yr. 3000 'iWEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21, IfM- Uev. C. W. Charlton has Interviewed ix-rrrsideiit Johnson on tho subject of the farmers' movement and that distin guished gentleman expresses himself as satisfied with it. i C-jl. Jim. SHKtLEV has got a fat office :is witness, the following from the Union and American, of Sunday : Jame.i T. Shelly, of Koane eounty, re- J oeived hi corsiMission as mnristrate yester- I -day, having been elected totill the vacancy occasioned by the resignation of Win. Whitlock. The t.raul Jury of the'Criniiual Court; of Shelby county reported the alms-house j of the county as being fearfully neglected, :md its management a public disgrace. A oommitteE of Justices from the County. Court says ...

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. — 21 January 1874

nofbiIic SMcthlii &j)romclc Mefoncstnin, gauuurn 21, 187ri. IIPECIMEM OPIK Of the Chsoxicli mailed free to eny address on a UaAtin. RA1KN or ADVERTISIXU lit WCEHLT. Ten lines, or less, solid, to constitute asquare. 6 H a if o S3 f. 53 I iri.CC. 1 S-iuara........'", I (tfl.l !1 NV$ 4 (SO A 50 9 OOiflS 00 2 Squares , 8 00 6 00 , 8 .-sol 10 N't 111 N'l 27 (0 3 Squares 1 4 no! 9 00 11 N) 14 So! 2-T M' 37 50 4 Squares " 6 00: 11 N)'-H Oil1 IK 00' SO 001 45 Or) 5 Square I 7 50, 14 00 16 50! W 00 3D DO 65 50 i : I I I To Correspondent. It is an lnvmiablo rule of the Cjiiiom fLK not to publish communications with out a responhiblo name Attached thereto, not for publication but us a guarantee of good faith. We re'eeivc by t very mail ar ticles for publication to which the author's name is not signed. To Oar friends. Do you want a good magazine one year very cheap ? If so, noud jl'.i) and get the Wkeki.y Chronicle and Wood's JIousc hold Magazine, both for one year. lo you wauta mco four-i...

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. — 21 January 1874

Jinorbilk Stcthln (IJrccmrlt, Mrimtsbarr, Jfanuaxg SI, 1875. AVE ONES DAY, JANUARY 21, 1874. WASHINGTON LETTER. Abonl Konlhrrn Inliim Th Ntmegle (lrr raids t'uahlna; lor Chirr Justice. Stoial Correspondence of the Chronicle WASlflNCSTON, D. C, , Monday Night, Jan. 18. Important legislation effecting Southern lairos Is now pending in Congress. The Committee on Clal9 lu the House baa re ported a bill taking all cluirrm out of the tfuartermnster General's Department and transferring them to the Claims Commis sion. This is an Important proposition, nnd likely to receive thorough examina tion at the hands of Southern members. Representative Thomburgh has been close ly examining the statistics and regulations for the purpose of seeing just what effect it would have upon claims. The proposition hiis thoroughly awakened the claims at torneys here, and they are unanimous in opposing it. The Quartermaster General's Depart ni rut has been engaged some ten years in examining into claims. Though...

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. — 21 January 1874

Jluorbillc SUtchlfi )romckrSalct)nst);in, ;uuuun 21, 1871. HOME NEWS. Conflict Dflwrrn llm Police anil litem ployed Working-men. New Youk, Jau. 1 1. Yesterday the Coniiiiissiouer.i having control of Tomp kins Square, vitlidrew their permit pre viously granted to the workinRinen to bold a meeting there tlds morning, and requested the 1'oliee Commissioners to pre vent the projected meeting bc-iuir held. A large number of the unemployed manly congregated In (quads, ft few hundred each, ana gathered in tho Square, appar ently awaiting the arrival of other bands ttnd their leaders, that tho meeting might he organized. l'olioe Commissioner, Duryea was in the locality, (and went to me beventa precinct stutttm wnencesoon issued tweutyAtwo police under command or (Jantaiu alsu. utm bergeaut jsertnoiii They marched quickly to Tompkins' Fquaro and divided Into two parties, a cap tain commanding one body and a sergeant tue other. Hertreant BerthoM moved on an utrlv looking crowd, having a Imune...

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. — 21 January 1874

D HOMi: CIHC1.E. If ABU TIHE". I V MAKIAX DOfl LA"-. Sit clo.-or, lo : tho tiro burns low ; Its old-timo ruddy rlioor 1 miss; li civcj no warmth, it hits no gluw, Though rjpld without tho wir.d goes by. Ah I how 1 once had folt, hnd 1 Korc-een to dark a time as this! Mv bread is bittor with tho thoupht I have no power to earn it now ! An anxious look thine eyes have caught, And weary lines are on thy brow ; Sit closer, Ioto, though want and euro Are all 1 now can with thee share, ! Yet while the clouds are. black above, Dear, doubly dear thou art to me; They never dreauipt how sweet is love Vlio have not ta-stod poverty. "When fortuno flies, when comfort rocs The heart he trusts the po?r man knows ; O, tried and true, when nieht wears by, And we behold with grateful bli?s A glad new morning light our sky. 'Twill belife's sweetest thought that I Have known thee in a time like this I The Tomb of Lazarus. The most recent discoveries by the Tales line Exploration Expedition are Mich as ...

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. — 28 January 1874

.1 - V N 111 IV k VOL. IV. KNOX VILLK TENN., WEDNESDAY. JANUARY ISM. RK.MuIOl'K ITEMS. The Irish Presbyterians nnd Methodists are to hold a joint conference in 1 u I 1 i 11 . Pishops Whitehouse, McCrosky nnd Niles have Issued a sort of circular ns n tribute to tlio memory of the late Uishop Armitnge. There aro more than bixty thousand Protectant churches in the United States, und about three thousand Kninan Catholic churches, or one to every twenty. The Methodist papers report that in va rious points iu Delaware, Maryland, Penn sylvania and New York a total of over eleven hundred conversions have been witnessed in the Inst few weeks. "Church and Btate" is publishing a To ries of elaborate editorial articles in which the reasons of Dr. Oummin's secession ore discussed in a lenient manner, approxinia 'tins: to approval. The suggestion of Br. Anderson thnt 'forty thousand Baptists make a present to the Jjord of oae dollar each, to pay the debt of the Home Mission Society, is meet ing w...

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. — 28 January 1874

gUwrfrillt Mtthlg tfjpratle. WtonwitoQ, anuarn 281874. WEDNESDAY, : : : JANUARY 28, 1874. FIELD ATSX J7A.11M. JIow Jlnch Food for a Horn. A correspondent of the Country (Icutli -- tnnn my '. The umotiut of food necessary to sup port mi annual varies with its urc, sex, temperament, the climate, the amount of work it does, and various other conditions. The quantity needed to carry on the func tions of the body, when at rest, has heeu very accurately determined by Ions? con tinued and careful experiments. The re sult of these labors 1 cannot Rive in a clearer or more condensed form than by transplanting a passage from Maine's work on the subject, with the weights changed from the French standards to those in use in our own country. M. Uoussinguult kept n horse weighing !i;H younds for a month, without increase or diminution of weight on a ration com posed of hay 10.1 pounds, oats 5 rounds. M. Uoussingau.lt admit ( the hay was a second crop) that his ration contained 5 ounces of nitroge...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 28 January 1874

gittotbillt ffifttthlg pomtit Wittmtt&w, aunnrg 28, 1875. 3 I.AIRKKE COUHTY HOMICIOr. Au iBtvrTlaw Kllk lh Hnrdswr t A Bu rn us. tt'orrespondence of the Chronicle. Takewem,, Tenn., Jan. 10, 1S74. Among the Inmates of the county Jail in Tazewell I found Ananias Iloneycutt, a rather pteasant-facfid, alilo-bodietl Rpeci utn of human development, not precisely the man one of tlio detective force would ;laee under urvelllanco. Myers nnd J loneycutt eport iron jewelry, tt mark of re gard from the Shrrifl'of the county. Make room, if you please, for Iloneycutt to rest his hand-culFed wrists upon thejail door, aud with drooping head and sideling glance, tell the story of the killing of Thos. Ausinus. : "I had talked with Ausnius about pur chasing a track of land ; wo were walking over it and came upon n timbered ravine, Ausmus in front. I remarked 'twas a flue range for hogs, nnd turning to me, re marked he understood I had killed some of his hogs; was sort of ambitious like. I told hii...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 28 January 1874

2kflbUIc $McchIn Chronicle, etmcsban, anu;ivn 28, 187' ebc Muk (CImmicIc. RTTIE & KICKS,-rublishors, yttn-er. 1 9. Market iVwr, iUtet Stfc- 1 I.KI1K4-.F H BWinN. One cot y, or7-'"!' - Ono ctvy, fci.x mnllu Ten cc m t, ono yar- Twenty coi-i, o y..r.. , 12 00 , 1 00 , 15 00 , 30 00 Memphis U again threatened with a ter rible epidemic. Chey call it MariU Gras. The symptoms cro acting the fool .without any sort of restraint. John Cir.crLAJi Buntii, the .-literary "cuts" who nets us Complrollei.ed' tlie Treasury in this Slate, is out iu lik week ly circular. 'Itiaaid he contemplates a laily edition soou. Wi: invite jitLntkm to the couiuituiea tiou of Mr. Williams, on our currency. The subject is ably a id skilfully haudled nnd is worthy of the attention of our Head ers. We shall haveooc-asion to notice again his presuitatioi f tho question. An L.:; -plmwatile Congressman at Wnsliiugi.-.u ii' the present tinie must feel as lonesome us a strange dog. The experience of the honorable, hi...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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