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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 18 February 1874

- . . , . f ' ' V . . .. . .... , , I .1 VOL. IV. KNOXVILLE. TENN., WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 18, 1874. NO 47. FACTS ABOCT EAST TEXSESSEE. Wbtl m .Nrlkr Iteltler Tbluk. of Oar Section. While thesleigh bells jingle merrily over the snow trodden roads of the North, our people are working in their gardens nmid the singing of birds and under the rays of a warm sprlngsun. While northern farm ers are housed, waiting for the snow to disappear before the first work of spring can be done, our farmers have done their grubbing and repairing of fences and are already far along with their plowing for oats and corn. The meadows are beginning to show the fresh green gross and every thing looks bright iud spring like. We read of lee and snow in New York, and the West, while our thermometer stands at about C0C. A snow and lee bound man in Massachu setts, who has been reading the Chkon h'I.k David Stoele at Ipswick, Mass., wauts to know how to get here. If he will take the Great Southern Mail Koutefrom New...

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. — 18 February 1874

"WEDNESDAY, : : : FEBRUARY 18, 1871. FIULU AND ITjYUM. Change of Crops It matters not what crop you had last year in Hie field you are now about to )l:int, butuo not put tuc fame oue mere ihUvMr. A rliaiieeof crona is an excel lent iuodo of fertilization. A repetition of the same crop is a very gooil way to ex haust soil. Admit that you may huu im nures to this land, no that the suiue crop may he grown for guecesnive years, yet it is even then the act of good judgment to rhunge the erop. Two diilereut crops may draw thesamesubtttanies from thesoil, but no two draw those matters in me same nrmwtinns. One will draw IllO.st Of pot ash, another of phonphorie acid ; hence the change keeps up an equalization of the lraw upon the soil and j;ivea oportunity for recuperation and reinforcement of the mipply of those elements least urawn upon. How this reinforcement of these elements is ellocted is not necessary to state, but it is known that nature recuperates her min eral elements when allow...

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. — 18 February 1874

Ilnorbillt cMtthln 0nirit W&timttbnu, tbtnnxjt IB, 1875. LETTER FROM SENATOR BROWSLOW. HI Ylenactnthn ('arrenrr MacMlon ihf civil Right mil. WbM IheKonltiMny r.tprrt In the) Wy of Claim. WASHINGTON, D. C, Fob. 10th, 1S71. Editors Knoxvillf. Chronicle: On yesterday the Senate paetl, ty a vote of forty ayes to eleven noyn, the bill giving S1S.500 to the "East Tennessee University and Htate Agricultural College" as com pensation for the unt, occupation, Ac, of the college building during the war. Though located atJKnoxville, the whole Htate is alike interested in the prosperity of this institution, and it la hoped that the Hum appropriated will relieve the Univer Hity of its indebtedness and enable it to ex tend .the facilities of education to the youths congregated within its walls from ;very county in'the State. La9t year we passed thin bill in the Senate without a contest. Whilo it passed yesterday by a large majority, several Senator ppoke against it. I mention this that your r...

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. — 18 February 1874

Jtaoibillt fflttUu mutle, Mtbiusban, jftbruarfi 18, 1874. Sbc Wtthljt (Shtm&At. ItULE & EICKS, Publishers, A'wnber 19 Market Place, East Side. rr.KMH or m nstmpTiox. One copy, one yeir - - 00 One copy, six nionO.j 1 W Ten coies, one year IS 00 Twenty oopic.", one year, SO 00 WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY IS, lfTl. Democratic papers are constantly pointiug to Louisiana as au example of oppression in Its worst form. Viewed in the light of tbe base and cowardly murder of an innocent little boy, particulars of which appeal -clsewtre, is Kentucky any better oil'? The letter from Senator Biowulow, which is published elsewhere, gives his views on several questions just now of great importance to the people of the whole country. It is in his usual vigorous style and will I read everywhere with great in- tclCst. Thk statement of (Jen. J. 15. luibodeu, that iron can be made on the Chesapeake and Ohio road for SIS per ton, is attracting attention. But it can be made nt points in East Tennessee f...

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. — 18 February 1874

Jlnorbillc Mcckln romclc etcbitcsiinn, jfcbrnavn 13, 1871. f NPEC1MEX COl'IEM Of the Cubomcli mailed fre to any Maresa oa ap plication. KATES OF ADTEKTIMI.XO 1.1 WEEHI.T. Ten lines, or low, solid, to constitute a square. J H B H (PACK 3 1 o 1 Square $ 1 Wl t 3 50 4 N) J So S 9 00 $15 00 2 Square i 3 00 l 6 00 8 fall 10 fa) 18 Nil 27 W Squares 4 50 , 9 00; 11 in 1 1 Mil 1M fiOl 37 50 4 ciquarcs ' 6 no1 11 50 14 On' H 001 W 00 4" (lit fi Squares 7 60 1 14 00 lii 60! 28 00 &) bO 5o 50 asxusc r. n i: r. W nrc authorized ami rncted to announce C II, FLOl'KNuY as a enndidme for Distriit Attormy Ucncral lor the Di.'trict of Kno county, ut tUc vixcu iug August election. i. . . We lire authoriTed nri'l requested to announce the name of L. 1. JollNSu.N' a ii candidate for lax Col lector uf Knox count). Kltttion 11 'i'huiday in Au. KUSt. ll&luW Latest nod Heal Book On nervous ami pexual debility, nightly losHOH, I'tc. Nine illustrations". Hent free for 10 t-onts. Dn. E. C. Ahiikv, ilow...

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. — 18 February 1874

Jtoortilk WUtUn tfrmutk, Mtisimtr, gfaixaxu 18167. li "WEDNESDAY, FKBRTARY IP, 1874. OCR CIVIL F.XPEXDITURE8. .-Mime ilaya utro the CiiK'iunttti Cotiuiier- in I In a lengthy eilituriul iniulw nie('oni parinon ltwn'ii the cit of tlie civil ser vice of (irtnt Htitalu hikI t lie United Kttes. It detuilfil statement c hnwed that Lbe civil expenses of tlie I'nited Htates ex ceed Great Briluili'rl liy about thirty-sc millions. Tbe Commercial thinks the ex hibit an unfavorable on for this country. Let us see how thut Is. To hegiu with, it admits thut our Mpulation exceeds that of Great HrlUin six and a half millions just about the per cent, or the execs of our expenditures, us set forth In its table. Then we iiud that, while the British Government pays only a trifle over seven hundred thousand dollars for pensions to it soldiers and sailors, the United Htates pays near thirty millions of dollars. If the Commercial will notice, this Is just about the difference it figures out in the civil e...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 18 February 1874

HOME NEWS. THE INDIANS M ARLIKE. Exciting News from the Frontier. Omaha, Feb. 11. The excltment Is be coming very great over the news received, and there Is do doubt that in consetiuenco of the failure of the aRnets to provide for them, the Indiana are leaving their res ervations for the purpose of providing for themselves at the expeue of the settlers' herds and ranclietiien. The following is ottlciully received by (ri-norai Uugles from the commandant nt Wklney, Nebras ka: "Wheeler nnd Merchant, reliable rauchemen, state thut a party of Indians drove tnem six miles last litcnt. i ney nbandoned tlieir herds and came to Kid ney. Thisranche is near Court House Itock. Ami authoried to send cavalry to drive tnese Indians across the riatte . 43m No news lias been received from Mor ton's party. The commanding officer at Sidney was directed by telegraph to send out all his availablo cavalry to Lawrence Fork, a; far as Keddiueton's ranchc. General Iteynolds, commanding at Fort D. A. Kusseil...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 18 February 1874

liiwtbtlk SMtxhlg mudt, .ffltonibij, cfernarg . 1 a, 187-1. 6 iio?in chicle. THE AIWET-niSDEI Ilt'NRAKD'N NO MLOtlT, Now, whcre's my hat '.' 1 do dcilure, I never can divine, llow things will truTol twico as fa!, If only they are mine. I're sowed around tliii wrelcliel world A heavy crop of canes ; Umbrellas, loo, I alway. leave, Unless it really rains. Then if I ever try to write) My pen will disappear, And after hunting half the night I find it on my ear. They tell me I would lose my head, But for a little elf, Who follows me around all dny, To her I lost myself. ! always wondered at my luck, That I should chance to choose her ; Dear me ! I happened just to think, What now if I should lose her ! But then, in caso of that event, I'd know just ultere io foul hfr ; If they'd admit to llenven's gate, The wretch she left behind her. r. . .1. New Markst, Tenjj. The Ileathpn Chinee. Dr. Dod Grilie (Ambros Biercei ha. published a book, from which the following California anecuoie is ihkpq...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 25 February 1874

ff X -v : Ift,.,. mi BKjZjT. It-; bt--- VU.L. IV. rhv Claclatl lUUJroitd The ! I'ltddn Korth f l-sMaol-WkUr. icriwini of tho Chronicle.) Jacksboro', Tes.n.. Feb. 1ST4. This village wean its usual look of eon- teutment; Umc has wrought few changes in its antiquated appearance. The mer- -cbants seem to have their share of trade. -which Is not brisk, owing to the dearth of wioney. The open winter and constant ruins have rendered the roads very muddy, in some localities they are reported navi gable for small boats. VINCIXNATI KOITHKRX KA1I.WAV. The building of this road, which is now leing placed under contract, will develop and afford an outlet for the vast eoal lields ami deposits of iron, as well as timber, which have been so long locked up in the mountains of a portion of Kast Tennessee and Southern Kentucky. The citizens of Kuoxville should consid er well the importance of extending the Kuoxville and Ohio Railroad north to Chitwood. Such a connection is of vital importance to the c...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 25 February 1874

3ltuKlIe MetMg lpamtb Stfc&ntstajr, jttywoqi 25, 1875. WEDNESDAY. : : : FKUKl'AKY 21, 1S7. FIELD .V1N1 WUM. Irsli I'otaloo. Wo lo:irii from C1. Killcbrow. of t'.r UuriMi of Agriculture, that he has rsii-rii tour htindml f rmtatop on an aon- u"d n ji;:trtor c 1 Tumi, which he sold Bt n d1l:ir nnd lail ft htisli ol. It would ho a nice prohlcm for n.vonnjr hirm or t folve, to mnko out the tlrar i-rnl.t to the ivrodur. r of this rro)., wlm-li Fhesix hundred dollars for (ho cultivation ami u. ol one ne-re nnd n fourth of land for ninety or one hundred il-iv lrh potatoes Rro sonu-tm.o? jrrnwn in three month' ; hut in tome years nnd cnoii9, it takes loncor. Hut it does not occupy so largo si part of tlie srowini? months tlmt uo other crop .an he nmdeon tho snmu surtaco. it would to ort-v H name dozen that mny iollow potatots to lulvnntace. Instead of eonsiderir.!; what shall sii-Toed a largo yield of then; tubers, let us cn ouiro into tho best ways nnd means of raisins them. Potatoes a...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 25 February 1874

$n0tollt Witttt$ orarlt ttastaj), clmtiirg 2G, 1875. 15 TDK CLNCIJJUTI ROAD. .vatiing Hie Work Alone lhI-otel Line The Cincinnati paints pivo full details ubout the Southern rond, which nrovery -nnuouragiiiK. Tlio lln'fuirr.r, of tun 10th -ays: To-ily a large corps of cnnineoiM leave the city to ut down the Htukes lor work on that portion of the Miuthern railroad .extending between South Daiivillo mid the State lino, near Chitwood's. The TniHtees have "riven out contracts fi.r lifly sections, that it, thecontrxct have bociixined with surotifH attached, and the obligations of totli contracting luu-tira htivo been fixed, tjontractors are aliuody building chanties on the line of their contracts, and laborers are aHseinblinjr. Home of them will com mence at the middle of this week, and by Monday work will bo lively along the whole ilfty wtion a awarded. The road Is divided into divisions of about forty miles ach, lettered A, 1$, C, I and K, from Cin cinnati south. 1) and 10 nre the divi...

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. — 25 February 1874

JiuoitiUe ?iftUehln (jr0nitlc, Mcfcmsfcan, Jtbnuirg 25, 187i, L &k iiatfchln (iTbmmtlc. RULE Si RICKS, Publishers, Svmb r 19 Market Place, Ha it Side. j r.RMN OK M HSC r.IPTIO.V Ceo i'i'i-y, cno ycir t- W Ooo dl y, six months, 10' Ten co) ic., nno yenr 1.' 0 Twenty coi ic., one ycir 30 W WEDSKSDAY, JTEBKUARY '-.':, 1ST I. Tin: Athens Post has some very tainted editorials on tho subject of the Granges. I t in putting it mildly to say that it does not endirso the organization. 1)1 niNti tho debate iu Congress ou tho bill b limit tho fees of United States clerks and marshal-) it was stated that the fees of some of the clerks of United .States courts amount to JIOO.OOO per annnna. Tur.KK has not been any great amount of gu-hing on the part of the Democratic pajvr, over the recent municipal election in Philadelphia. The Liberals and Dem ocrats united and though under the new Constitution, frauds were impossible, the Kepublicans elected their candidate, on a light vote, by owr 1.1.h( ...

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. — 25 February 1874

salBI Jtnoibillc ftitlcchln Chronicle McimcsiMn, Jtbmiun 2b, ISj. gwxrilU Witty (ShmUU. KPKC1HEX ( OPU S of the CiiKomci.c niuileii free to any a.llrs oa an plietin. KAT1N OK AlVl:HTIMU IX Wl.KKI.Y. Ton line, or le?, Bolid. to cvn;titute ciuare. B H ; Siuiiri) '$ 1 W S " '"' 4 W $ 8 W:$ (1 (XI 'tis (Attnriki .1 V tail K lif(, & r.n'i r. . t i I.: Mil 'V? (VI Z Nittftrt 3 Siuiirtd Siuitn-fi tiuurca 6 CO 1(1 U)j l'i N liT (hi :i7 w 4" cm 55 &u 4 Mi 0 (' n m 14 Ou II SO 14 (m 10 &u 1 I till. i is eel 30 00 s uo! UJ to fi in 7 60 To t lindlflnle. Announcements eif candidates for otlicc in the Chronicle must be paid for iu ad vance. This rule is not departed from in any ip. To Keyier (ounlr Nnuarrlltern. A'ropreHcutativu of tho Cjikonk u:, wil bo in Seviervillo at the meeting of ti e Cir cuit eourt in March, where ho will bo glad to collect till subscriptions or money duo this office. Persons desiring to renew thoir huKseriptious or new subscribers will then liave an opportun...

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. — 25 February 1874

norfriik WUtty &xnmtt Wtimtin& jfomrarg 25, 18?ft, a Saoxrilfc WffWn (Lflirwitlt WEDNESDAY, FEBBU.VRY X, 1871. THE POLITICIAKS TJSITIRO. Tlie politicians of tho ,StrUt, who liesln ti realize that there Is too much ilinorgnni i.ation atuoiiKst those opposed to the lie .ublicaa party, tomuku it cortniii for them to get a new lease of the offler of the State are trying hard to' unite. But, like nil move ments that originate villi ofllce-sM'krrs anil officeholders, it is inmie without much reference to the wishes of the people. The resolutions of n, meeting held in Hhelhy county ure put f"rth ' the l,ns,is upoU which the opposition to "radicalism" can harmonize. We have read and re-read those resolutions, but fail to find any thing in them different from the platform upon which the bourbon element of the jarty has again and r.R.iin ridden rough-Bhod over the Conservative Union elemont in Teunessee. The reso lutions are glittering generalities, and mny mean bourhonism in Davidson...

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. — 25 February 1874

Juurcbillt Mtdiln Chronicle, Mconrsban, cbruatg Q5, 187. CONGRESSIONAL- AVliolewnlc nnl Mmmlnot m-liij DrutrtrlMtH. SfW Adverllxrinriit. $17500,00 0! Fourth Grand Gift Concert PIcraorializlD? Payments. far frnerie Senator (.onion Wants the l'eiiio3 Laws Amended. WAhMlM. Ion, j-'elj. 17. SKN Vll:. Mr. l entdu jiicf-cntpil u jiotition in favor of uud ur'cf the ptttiriige of lii hill t n form ubusis in cu.itouis uml ol'tlic revi'iiuo Bcrvioc. The leading lnnlicrs and liusiiif.s men llloruoiializo lor u fiiuedy return to eitwiu lmymouts uud ticuuisL mi increase of the currency. Senator Gordon introduced n hill to re lical ull luwa which deprived the widows and children of old Ko.dier-t at the South of pciifdonH hecuuve of participation in the rebellion. It makes It tin? out vol the Sec Secretary of the Interior to restore to the pension rolls tho minus of all who were dropped from the rolls during the warnnd to all their rights under the pension laws UilU were- passed relieving McMillan...

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. — 25 February 1874

s Jtuoxbille SUtthlg tyanuk, (SLtttmcstmiT, cjmtarn 25, B7h. IIOMH CIItCLE. MBtjVE o Tiir. nun. iib y, lot's k 11 the fat'.od calf und i e'-brate th ili.y. !''-T tin Jat dreiii! iteJ away : E -r;;e. cc the furiii i 1 I uve get the papers with ire, tlry are riht i nciit can tin, lt i lauph and finr teethe, Dr tho r oi l Jarm w free! Ih.f. t i.ll fbo Yankee s of July, i6t.rate toe J curth iay .he ause t'as then that Freedom's ( nation'! ah v V r. l;i up our Wry shouldn't we tier cebt rr.'.o, and U..' Jay ne'er forpet I Where; ia there aj.y freelom like baler tr.it of debt? I've rli up many iiio:L Ins an hour before tbt an. And night bae oicttsi.ert ice before (he task ma done. When, weary with fity labor, 'twas this thought nerred me on : Y&ch day of toil will help to pay the Mortgage on tne larra. Ar.d, Mary, you have dona yo.tr pa-t in rowin' to the ahore. Iy takin' eggs and br.tter to the little Tillage store; ui did cot spend the money in dreeing up for snow. V.':l fane from r...

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. — 4 March 1874

VOL. IV. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. MAKCII 4. 187.1. Air. 10 . . - .UVll IiASl lL.1.1l.39fcI I Wbats Northern Man Thtuknof Onr City ! Mtrtloa Mr. II. G. Smith, editor of the Lancas ter, Pa., Inlelligcn?i:r, writing to his paper about East Tennessee, gives the following information, which will be interesting to leaders at home and abroad. It will show our large circle of Northern readers what .1 disinterested writer thinks of our sec tion: J-at Tennessee has been called the Swit rerland of America, and It deserves the title. Its average elevation above the ccan Is about 1,000 feet. Mountains en- ircle it and ridges and penks rise in pic turesque beauty throughout its extent. Beautifully clear streams flow through it. and from their banks stretch valleys of ricu lanas resting upon a limestone base. East Tennessee seems to have little in . oninion with the rest of the State. It is mountainous, while Middle and West Tennessee are level ; it raises grass and all he cereals in perfectio...

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. — 4 March 1874

$iottiUt ffiUtehlii Cjjroiwlt, Mtimtstajr, lilanb -ft, 187a. Of : MAKCII 4, 1ST I. COUJ.IRY vi. CIIY LITE. :ii;e si.e of Ohio farms is one' huudrt-d anil ricvca acres. Small farms and .hoiougli cultivation i the secret of the great mic-i-frt mid profit of fagricullutiil Julor iu ih.it .State. Ouo hundred, or even lets, acres well worked will yield more and pay a greater profit upon thes lavotment and labor thuu large farms poorly cultivated. When will our farmers become convinced nf that fact? AVby will they gf iu debt for two and three hundred acre farms, half work them faiid keei tbemj-clve-i continually overburdened paying interest :md taxo, when, with small furm?, they niiirht be out of debt, out of trouble, and have their cellars, and t.arns, uud criU and pockets fjll. Jt is the J.uelg.ry i.nd poor regard - -..r luii.iii.-, mcst .! :hem n-vv tu.wi iu Kaf-t Ten.,'..-! W drivhi'4 h r.iat.y 1 .'-i-.-, . if. Li.-. th:t . . i. ii i e a '. rru t titic? aiid orer- vomit: men into ":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. — 4 March 1874

X , t ' ; . i j . . , , ' ....... I . 3 Whtt II. T. n. f,aj of Knox tint. A co-respondent of the Ciu oinnati t'u,'i--U'.r?.'a, "II. V. li.," houton the line be lrHn Caroyville ami Chit wood's, and fcivt his opinion of thing., lie Dipped In Knoxville by the vy and ays of us: The wholeale trade of Knoxville I greater than that of any two oltipi In the KtAte put to(?ther, excepting i ashville and K'enjphln. fcihe draws her trade from the noh Tennessee Valley for a hundred miles i:p and down, and from a half a dozen oth r valleys, email hut rich, which lie along tae streams tributary to the Tennessee. In ttie matter of contiguous afrrlrttilttira) coun try, Knoxville has Immeasurably the ad--.antape of Chattanooga, and always will, i hi has given rise to a wholesale trade wLieh is the bwiis of her prosperity and w;altli. Her merchants ell far up Into Kentucky, and down into North Carolina, and even into Virginia. The house of Cow tn. McClunc?fc Co. sells to tho amount of over two million...

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

&bc trcltln (Chronicle. RULE & BICES, Publishers, Xvmber li Market Place, East Side. TERMS ' M BMBIfTIO.V. One copy, one year, $2 00 One eopy. six months 1 oo Ten eopiei.enc year ..................... 15 00 Twenty cole, one year .. ....,...... SO 00 WEDNESDAY, : i : : : MARCH 4, 1871 According to the Union and American, quite a breeze baa been raked in Nashville over a proposition ou the part of the new postmaster to appoint three colored men to the position of carriers in that city. ABkokord totMV correspondent of tho Banner says: A good lxiai.y of the "Johnson mcu of the county favor the suggestion of Col. Colyar to have a meet ing of the "Johnson men'' in Nashville, and I suppose a primary meeting, with a view to representation, will be held here at an early d.iy such is the talk." mi: latest rumor about newspaper en terprises is that the Tribune is to be bought and conducted as the personal organ of Senator Conkling. So long an Mr. Conk- ling Heserves well of his country...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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