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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 3 June 1874

kv. VOL. V. KNOXVILLE, TENN. : WEDNESDAY. .JUNE 3, 1S71. NO 10, THE NEW YORK EDITORS Will Reach Knoxville Day. at Noon To- Hvtuly UneotH to R t:at,rtlnel By the Clly. It will be seen from the following dis patch that the New York Editorial Excur elonists will visit Knoxville to-day : Chattanoooa, Tenn., May 27, 9;Vi r. M., 1874. Mcssrt. Rule & Ricks: Cowan, McChing fcCo., which is larger than they had expected to find in this lo cality. '1 hey next prowd pi I to the near and Dumb Institute. Thev woro met by Prof. Earns, In his usual tillable manner, wlio conducted them t one of the largo recita tion rooms in the second story of the building. Two classes wero brought out. ono of which had been receiving instruction on ly since tho beginning of this year, and showed remarkable signs of progress. All showed that their Instruction is in good nanus, I'rot. w. u. isranuum, who is a mute, came upon the sta.ro ana entertain The Editorial Excursion party have de termined to .stop at Knox...

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. — 3 June 1874

r ItMibUlt Sftlcchlji tfjjrorarlt : ftaBctmcstmj), gunc 3, 1871. "WEDNKSDAY, : : : t : : : JUNE a, 1874. FIKL1) YIVL rwilM. EXPERIENCE OF KOHTHEBN FARMERS IK EAST TENNESSEE. We liave lately received aa miUHtially large number of nubscriliers to t lie Wkkki.y ('liltoNici.K from parties living In the far North, who are anxious to get Informa tion concerning Ea-t Tennessee. The late spring of the North as contrasted with the advanced condition of vegetation in this weetion has made our Northern Hubscribers and friends more than ever anxious to And homes in this favored region. A farmer writinir from Michigan, on the L'oth instant, says that the fruit trees Dad Just commenced to blossom, and that his meadows were not yet preen While reading this letter, a former subscri ber of the C'HitoMiLK from Michigan who has been living in the lower art of this county for the past year, came in, and we read it to him. He then informed us that lie had just mailed a letter to nune of his old neighbor...

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. — 3 June 1874

itnortrillr Icchtn (Cbronitlc rtttiu5;3nnc" OSV. HPECIMF.9I COPIFSJ f tit Cmomcxi mailed free to an? eddren on ap-pllmtlnn. KATEA or ADVEltTIAISa IJI WEEKLY. Ten Unci, or Im, solid, to constitute a square. ' S Bo o o spaci. , h h a a ii w i a 1 61 a lire I 80. S 60 $ 4 50 I 6 Nil 9 00 IIS 00 2 3uoare8.. (Hi 50 in fiie is fui yt im 3 BquerM,, 4 Square.. K Squares. . 4 50 6 00 7 50 9 on 11 50 14 00 11 hfl 14 00 It) 60 14 Mj 2:t 50 37 50 U W) 30 ool 45 00 28 00 39 50; 55 50 riiiH Tnaed, And all kinds of musical Instruments will be repaired in first-class style, and satinfar lion ffuarantccd, nt the " Musio Empo rium." K. Ct mmins. v-'iOd.VwIt C'olTee, Williams, Zimmerman fc Wilson ofler in connection with their other business, a full Hue cf coffee, purchased direct from importers, which they propose to sell tothe trade for cash, at figures low as it can he Ivouiiht in any of tho Eastern markets, freights added. v-'-'dAwUt. The Kal. Ham. Calamore, au account of whoso accident was sent y...

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. — 3 June 1874

ftnorbillc Witt$ xanxtk: Mctncsban nnc a,-187i. RULE & BICES, Publishers, Number 19 MarkU Place, Pat Side. TF.RM.il OF fil'BCBIPTION. On copy, ooo year Oh eoy. fix tpontbt, Tea eopies, nne your. Twenty eopiw, one year.. . ti (0 , IOC , 15 00 ,30 00 "WEDNESDAY, JUNK ;, 1874. Uy our dispatches this morning, it v ill be seen that the civil rights bill Is not likely to become a law now, nod we trust the Prons and Herald will find time to tell us about Hobbs. We think tbo Press and Herald will have to ennio out uow and tell what it knows about Hobbs. Its civil rights thunder in played. . Now that the civil rights kill la deud, the Prcus and Hi raid can tell us what it knows about Hobbs. It can also find time to look after its third page and clear out those obscene medical advertisement;-. Senatou Uhownlow remarked to one of the editors of the Chronicle a few days ago, that the Pinsnund Herald' motive for keeping upsurli a cry about the civil rights hill now, was easily uuderstood. It...

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. — 3 June 1874

S'leas'TM ffnoibillt ffittthlg Cbronitlt: ctmtstan, unc a, l87fj. LETTER FROM JOMESIiOUO' -t'bnnerrr I'onrt-Pretiajrlna; to Nnnimrr-iae-ot Olns'a Raby-Tbe "Oldrat la. bnblMal-'-Nirlrkea with Pralyl. Correspondence Chronicle. Jonesiioko', Tenn., Muy ;!7, 1S74. Chancery Court is In .eNlon, Hon. I. C. Rtulth presiding. Th docket Is heavy, but few causes have beeu tried, and do de cisions. The Knox vllle Bur Is represented by Messrs. .A. A. Taylor and C. E. Lucky. Yesterday evening we Lad a copious shower of rain. Vegetation and the crops re greatly refreshed. The corn-fields had become exceedingly dry and hard, A good number of our citizens are pre. panuK to attend the springs during tin " heattd term." The majority of then v iu v ihi-k s i uaivbeate snrimr. ir will no to ( lark's Clmlvi mutt anrftirv in this county, which is being handsomely improved in the pouting of shrubbery fruit trees, In making attractive enclosures and the erection of neat and comfortable cottages. The water is...

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. — 3 June 1874

jfcvuMt StHcthlg Cferonuit : rtntstras, gnne 3, 167a. 13 Jl'NE 8, 1874. Ex-Presidknt Johnson g announced to addrem tbeUraiiKKrsofChrlstlnii county, Iiiillaiiia, at Pembroke, ou the 4tU day of June. We invite attention to our interesting correspondence from different parts of East Tennessee, publinlied in thin issue of the 'IIKONJCI.E. Hon. Horace Mayxard Is absent from hi rpui'ln the House, nnd linn been for a few attending the funeral of Mrs. Wiixlituirn, a relative of his and mother of W. 1. Waoliburn, E.t., of this piice. Thkhe vra a lively discussion in the Southern Methodist Conference, at Louis ville, over the committee on fraternization nitli the M. K. Church. The report was ably opposed, on the ground that it recited events f the past calculated to stir up points of (inference unnecessarily. Tub Memphis Avatnnche Bays of the address of the Democratic State Kxecutive Committee, that "it deals wholly in gen eralities, not touching upon any of the issues eertaiu tit enter into ...

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. — 3 June 1874

ytnorbillc tcckln - (Ibromdc : eclcDncsbnn: - him a, 187ft- 01 K DAKDK.DUK LETTKR. Improvement Uolnar on-ftumlny rtrhnnl ltrmlni nils; rat Inn. Dandrikok, Tens., May 117, 1ST). Correspondence of the Chronicle.! Ilavinar wftit.d a longtime for our ol.l frionil "O. I. J Hillock" In givu you nome llaudriilire iterus, and lutving waited in vaiu, have concluded to try my hand : A spirit of improvi'tni'i'it wins to per vade our uif t town, even in these days of "Hard Times." New fences are heing erected In all direction, and add very Jiiuch to the appearance of our place. Kven our old friend Kt. John Mitchell Is infected with the spirit no much that he lias added a "new front to his porch. The tiDifhed and polished workman, Mr. J. .'. Smith, has juKt completed a very hautl ful nmnument In our ftravevard, erected in memory of our well heloved and departed friend, (len. J. A. JHmvov. The (lexijin is very beautiful, after the form of a "cradle monument," with a splendidly carved column at th...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 3 June 1874

$nobillt Mcchljt CronuU : alcimrsmn, unc 3, 187-1. 8 iiomi: CIKCL KT RCWIH THE MOMIIF.RN' UlttVEW MAT :in. 1H70. HV HON. H. I;. IRKXi 11. Hruvi' men never dip ! I'lutir inurlul bodies rM within tin1 onrth, rin-ir souls tiasli over in tlio Ktcrnttl Ivvo ; Ihoirmornotiealivo vithin tho World's gn.'nt heart. Tin'ir trraves, the doar mementos of ilifir worth, K'-mind us, ever, how they fuitirhtand foil To kvi, from ruindiro, tho land th -v loved ! trow over theni tho beauteous llotvors of Spring : 'nl whilo tlio mounds 'ncith whiih tlnir bodies sloop til.nv with bright roso and forget-me-nots, Tlio fragrance swoct, like incense shall ariso Vnd tell thorn that their memories can not dio s lonsr as God permits Sprint? ftoworsto bloom, nd loving; hands to str.-w them on tho frravos, Vnd patriot lips to brealho their thanks to Hiavon. That a ireat Nation's heart pour out its love. I'onlio dear memory of thoso glorious men Who havo departed hene.o that it might livo ! Strew flowers, bright f...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 10 June 1874

VOL. V. KNOXVILLE. TENN.: WEDNESDAY. JUNE 10, 1874. NO 11. LATEST NEWS! BY TELEGRAPH. . - i HOME NEWS. IHUI by TrlrtalnM. HAKBIhlU RU, June l Tin- post j mortrrn examination made of the body ' of Geo. Cordi., tHio died of trichina 1 from eating raw ham, by a powerful microscope, made visible thousands ' of moving trichina iiinvnii; like snakes, i resembling n boa constlrctor. In thoj space of an eighth of an inch sixty-1 tiye were counted. There were doubt-1 less millions in the the body. 1 leant- : fered terribly before bis death. j l'HiLAnKLi'itiA, June :.'. At the session of the Reformed 1'rcsby terian Synod, yesterday, the report of the committee recommending the use of wine in the celebration of the Lord's Mipper ly all congregations was laid on the table for the present. The Committee on the Order known as (trailers presented u report eon-i dcmning this and hII oilier secret or ders, aud recommending thai the Kynod enjoin it upon all sessions not to fellowship members of this ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 10 June 1874

THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. VMNllW, Jl.'NK 1", l.-:4. THK CHBOM1CI.E FNLA11GKD. We jirestiit our u;ili utl.ls iiinriilii!; the Daily CiiU'iNK'i.r: iilin;r- l to twi'lllj'-l'ij'lit Co:!itul;". Ill iiv!iili loiil aiifiiranc i', i:u;n and uiiiount of rXXtililli; Ill:lt tT we nrnli'i.-.' to Hi:t'.;t; It tlie nii'i't . attractive daily iutii-'licil in Kiixt TfUtK'Hsie. W i' shall cnlari; the next tiuinhcr f the Wi.kkly I'hhox. 10I.K toforry-cii-ht cohims, niuliin.si it hy f:irthelnr(?ct pup r ever jirin in Ent I eiinesM'O. I o i iiu'i f tin to lua.u these improvements we have purclm od a Oittiell fc li.ilicock i-tcani power prerw, the luivet und too-t lomplele ever lirniiht to thin section. . Tlu-.ieehmisie-i in thei-ize of rut- pa pers liiive lieeu made at a lit avy ex pense, and al uti cvijei.e that tile C'HKONJt'i.K is a ilxture a pnpcr to keep pare with tlie trrnwtli und profile- of L'ast Ti iiik mcc, ami it h com liiereiul center. It will continue to he the duel" uim (if the C'iikomcm-: 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. — 10 June 1874

TnoRJimi:;?i n sevikr coiitv. A Rrpitbllca Krrllnif l:iilr. - lllm unit HwImi" lllm ihplr f 'lr-it 4 hnlrr rir t".-l,llliii On Monday, Juiii; 1, Iv'TI, :i iatv; ' number of vhIit (roin vurinu . jmrtH ! if county, met wt Oik .ni rf-Iic m in ' HvlTvill( nfU'r Ci urt fiiljnurnril r dinner, and lieM Ri jmliliriiu meet ing for tl'e purnese of iwcrUiimij.' ( he choice of the Ki'iutiii ':in 1 tl.;' e 'iin ty for it '.n!il:i(e for Column from the tfeeond ColiressimiM DiHiiiet. T. I). Wynn, Ki., was called to (lie chair, and V. I.. Dugout fleeted Su retary. On motion, the Cliiiirnian npiointed 1. Uhw, I). W. Howurd. K. M. Wynn. W. L. DiiKnan, and 8. V. Picketm.it corumittep to draft rviln tiona expreotilve of the wishes of the nietinn. The committee retired, and in u hln.rt Hme reported the following preiimhlc and resolution, which were uiimii nioiiBly adnuted : WHKKEA8, It in hlizhfy proper r,i the people to meet and give expression to Cheir eetitlnieuU upon every (juexlion of public intere...

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 June 1874

TUK WEEKLY CHRONICLE. BULE & BICKS, Publishers, umbrr 19 Market Place, Eat Side. TKRMH Of Nt'HM'RIPTIOK. fne r'iy. one year 12 00 ine c.y. six munths 1 00 Tfn copies, one year 15 00 Tent- cnpiM, one year 80 00 WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 1H74. M K i;.l,Kwl:n HAM:. A Worrt To Our KMiters anil I rlrnUs We wild our readers tlieCHKONlci.E tight column larger thRii heretofore. IT IS THE LARGEST PAPER EVER PUBLISHED IN EAST TENNESSEE, and it baa cost us much money to make the improvement. We give our readers very much more read ing matter, but there is NO IN CREASE IN THE PRICE. It is the cheape.it paper published. In return, we ask our readers to help us by seud ing us new subscriber. Let every reader send us on new subscriber. Can you not do it, reader? If you can, you will be doing us a great favor nnd help build up East Tennessee, for the Chronk le is working hard to in crease our population and money. Let every friend go to work and send us a new reader. Who will be the first? Thk Democr...

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 June 1874

UK WEEK L Y C il HO N ICLG HWA MIL IM1 il i if.) to hat i4rw Tn hie t cenuituce square. I M 6 Mi S M il' (' 1! M M !M) 4 l 1 . i ,Vi . OU Soutrc. i ' ' -qunri's 4 ''' J sipitre-' 1 S 'I' -puirei 7 ; Mall ontrarta. From a private dispatch received frrru Hon. J. M. Thornburgh. we learn tliat tbe conirict for carrying the mails from Tendon to Rock wood, has beet, nwsr'' d to Lowery A Lowery. The cont n,et fr r currying the mails from It'ii V. wif'-: to Chattnnoogn wan wifi. .! to ('! t. C W. Coker. Onli tittle c. , ;. v. M wa out :.t 0..;;d: pltit ;.' M' t.i' C "V wo"k ; I ' !::' i (lav. 'I'!' '. i': ' lear:). -.s I on f-v .vg. of Knoxville, i- liist week, coin 's for commencing i.pain atari early this month, we 1 npon for Hie elec ,1 din-nori". The li'U. ! mono;, j pay ( 'V i c .-n t 'i 1 1 r i ' try time since to ; -in v'p liabilities has ii'ink. Some of ttie p . I f 'T. in part, last h Vulij New. !' K rVr.Hc Trorhr. -'otss remedies for P.I ( Vugb moh t nop hi I 1 ihi'i" a higher rep...

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 June 1874

Hi WEEKLY (.11 KO N1CLE. Y i:nNKSI)AY. JUNK 10, 174. t'nlnnble llerlie. T:.l'!e clutlis napkins, at)'! In fact, nil linen, should 1h very damp when ironed, und i rciifci until perfectly dry. In case e iinl to pour anything very lnt into ultiss j;ir-, we may mfc ly do h if we set them upon a elolb. wet in li"t water. For leiiiovtni; arease spots from any f.iliric, use ammonia nearly pure then lay white lilottmi? paper over tuo spots and iron rihtly. I'ritits that nr likely to fade if in ordinary soap cud, will retain their colon admirably if washed in starch water. If silverware is dipped In clear hot water no soup and Immediately wiped with u solt litieu cloth, it will look much uicer than if soup were Used. Corn meal, heated and placed In buK in reoomended as a substitute for hot water buttles and such like appli ances, for restoring warmth to the sick. It is said to weiKh less retain beat lon ger, and does not chill when cold. Roaches may be exterminated by tfikinu of sulphur 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. — 10 June 1874

V, li MLMVAX (OINTl. Teacher) InMltiiie- w itmlllnt lor t'unnrtH-lrbixih. lU.OCNTVIM.K, TK.NN., June lxt, 1ST4. Editord Oh rositi.k : A few wordu j from this county may ItittText your rem I era : Tlie farmnrs nr eoniplulnlntr of dry weather. Tlieru lins licrn n ruin of any ronefuiMii' fora liuiiiluT o(lnyn. The Onuntv Oourl is In Keion ; ( 'ol. U. K. MrOleilan is ohnlrninn. He is spoken of iui ft rnniliilute for Coiiuroii for this district. The county tins a good shnrt of caniiiilatcs for comity olllces. The polllicluns uro active in looking tip tln-tr IMp-vMs. Tlie absorbing interest at present is the Teachers' Institute now in vessiou at the lemale n-luxil buii lilitf. Vtn feasor A. J. Cox Is l'residelit; H. (. Oartwright, Vice President; J. 1'. Hod)fe, Secretary, Hiid I). J. Price, as sistant. Tlie Institute is well hi tended. There Is much interest, inanilVsled in the exercises. Tho teachers of Sulli van county are looking up. Tliey are tukinKiiu abiding Interest iu the school U...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 10 June 1874

IIOMK CHICLE. all mv lir.Am- Tin Jimr.. MIUHT KB- All my hna't tliis night rejoice, As I hnr, Fiirand near, Sweptnst arrfll voices : ""Christ i born, their choirs ara singing, Till the Kir Hverywhere Now with joy is ringing. Hark ! a yo ce from yonder manger, Soft and swoet. Doth utitreiit, "Fleo from woo and danger, Brethren, iiiinp, fro:n till dotb grieve you You are freed. All you need 1 will surely give you." Come then, let us hasten yonder ; Hero let all, Great and small. Kneel in awn and wonder, Love Him who with love is yearning : Hail the Star That from afar Bright with hope is burning! Te who pine in wenry sitdness, "Wep no mre, l or the door Now is fo'ind oi'gb'.r,'-. Cling to Him, l'r lit w'l! uitfrt you Where no ro--, Puin or I. is-. Can again bsf;tli vox Hitherto come, ye heavy-hdrtod, Who for sin Deep within, Long and sore Imve smarted; For the poisoned wounds yo're teelin Help is nohT, na is hero Mighty for their healing! Hither come, ye poor and wretched. Know His wi...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 17 June 1874

i 'liv''',,t VOL. V. KNOXVILLE. TENN.: WEDNESDAY. JUNE 17, 1874. NO 12. - - -- THE WEEKLY CHROXICLE publMe in wy iue art about the tnii, eiimate, pro dvelwnt, rnct tf kind,aniladmntanet offered to immigrant in Eart TmtfKve. Thencarti rlrtart intended to afford reliable information to ttranaer. ami art prepared earrfully, and affnnt tkt cneeipert ma mo relinhU information- obttiinable. Spreimen eopie of the paper KtU oa applieation. t or Uirmi tee third page. TO CORItESPOXDEXTS Wede-'irt nev from all part of EaM Tenneee. Short and pointed If Iter, full of kkws, are eeperially de sinMe. Hut a we rmmi give toeaehloeality or to eaeh event the tixut or prominenre t)uy Htmetimcs merit, tt org our ctrrrepondcnt to be brief. Write what you mint in a feicword. S'wM eommunieation aiway are. aeeej)tible. We ennnvtfind time to re-vrite limgrommuni ration. To ceimlenje them is often impatm'ble in the hurry of our work. He short aiul piry. That i the irf of ueerr in neuepaper writina. foRBf EK. T...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 17 June 1874

Jinoibillt Wtt&u tyxoriuk : $Utoustag, unc 17, 1874, 2 THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17, 1874. F1IH.D VINO 1'AltM. Convkksino with an intellipeutgen tlenmn yesterday, who has Kjveu llis subject much jiraciicul thought, he mentioned that what farmers want atKjve all things flue, is a more general liifTiiHion of knowledge. That rlaf of people want to adopt an entirely dif ferent system of arriving at the value of their products. If we go into the store of n merchant and he inquires what we will give him for his wares, we conclude at once that he does not understand his business.-' The busi ness man knows what his merchan dise costs him, ami he marks such a price upon itas will pay c st and a profit sufficient to make him a living. But how is it with the farmer ? He comes tr. mni-L-ot hit wlipat nr nttiprl to market to ll nis wneai or tuner rOUU IS HHW MlipilJtTl Jl.tL Will JUU j i.. i i . - I, .. !......: ii give me . Would it not be belter for , him, like the merchant, to...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 17 June 1874

nortrilIt Mtthlp brmxiclc: filttosDan, unc 17, 1874. Viiolal and Mannfacturinif DrufrirlMtM. CHANCKKY 8ALK EAST TEHJIE8SII HEWS. The wheat crop 1 sbout ready for harvesting, anil mmm of our far mors have already commenced cutting. The yield seem, to be generally satisfacto ry. Mr. William Htajilpa informs us that he has one tract or sixteen acres than which he baa never seen a better looking field. Work at the foundry is progressing finely. Mr. C Houghton, who has charge of the work, aiwurca us that he will be ready to oomtnence opcratioDa iu a very few weeka In ample time to get out a handsome lot of plows, etc., for the fall trade. Yalliy A'eti. From a Wartburg letterjin the Vat ley Newt, It appears that the railroad men are making It lively In Morgan county. The writer says: One of the railroad hands had a lit tle misuiideratundlng the other day with a gentleman by the name of Honeyoutt, who resides In Montgom ery, and in his auger struck him in the back of the head with a rock. ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 17 June 1874

SnoibiUt-Kttethlfi imuU: Mt&iusimtj, lithe 11?. B7b:r.ii THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. BULE & BICES, Publishers, A umber 19 Market Place, Eat Side. ti.HJinur nriMCitiPTioji. ;r.e cory. one year...... ne copy, aix month, Tneopiif, one yew,..-..... T venty conies, on year 2 00 100 ...... 15 00 30 00 WKDNKSDAY. JUNK 17, 1ST4. (II K r.M4KUI.I PAPH' 4 Word Ta Onr RcsMlers ! l'rlnle We i-end our readers the CHRONIC LE tiqht columns larger than heretofore. IT IS THIS IiAROKHT PAPEtt EVER PUBLISHED IN EAST TENNESSEE, and Ithas coat us much money to make the improvement. We Hive our readers very much more read ing matter, hut thero is NO IN CREASE IN THE PRICE. It is the chenper,t paper published. In return, we ask our readers to help us by send ing us new aubweribers. Let every reader nend us on new subscriber. Cau y-u not do it, reader? If you can, you will he iloiuir us a great favor and help build up East Tennessee, for the Chronicle is working hard to In i rja.-e uur population and mone...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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