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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 17 June 1874

5 THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. NPF.CI1I OOPIKft , , ' 'h .'Hii!ioi.l mailed fro to n add row AO ltl04tl li . Rale or triverlUIn; In Weekly. Ten lines, or lmi. solid, to eonst'tnt square. e h- o i H Sftra. J El s-mu-tJi iim nni k m 10 tm i mi s7 m ?turw i (Mi 9 UUI 11 Ml I 14 Ml 21 Sol 37 V) SSMUariw I Oi), 11 Ml 14 1 001 80 Oil 45 00 iart' T 501 U li 1 tut U Oui 8y AO' 66 SO 'viiiariw i I ' I aim nitl Rni Moan Ou'iier.vou ami aexual K-l.i lity . niifhtlv loe, etc. Niue illustrationa. bent frte for 10 cent. L)h. B. C. Ahhky, iiswflii. Hutlalo, N. V. Abaal Bitter. At certain period of life a tunic Is necensaiy ; hut tiiere is dnngcr in tiaing Ntimulauta that iujuro the organs of digest'oii while giving temporary re lief. To obviate this, and present to the public a tonic free from alcoholic poison, Dr. Greene prepared IheOxyi geuatpJ Bitters, a sure cure for Dys pepsia and all kludred complaints. Sold everywhere. John K. Henry, Curran & Co., Proprietors, 8 and 9 College Place, New York. ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 17 June 1874

Jnoibxllt Witthls jrimulc: lebiusbaij; Imtc ' 17 1875.. Dry iod, Hardware), -.. THE WEEKLY CURONICLL WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17, ISTl. Among ttitwe who voted on Hominy nrainst taking up the Civil liignU Hill were liutler, TlioruluruiU and Harri-on, of Tenm-wee. Tiik Aiuerit'HU Urover eliiuaU- the i-eachee to be nhlpped into New York iind riiilailelplu-, from the country imnieiiiately nurrounillug it at 1,800, 000 b.nke!n, which in a gam of 4'K,000 bakt;.i.' Hon. J. D. C. Atkins is anuouuced as a candidate for re-election to Cou izrews from the Eighth Congressional Iintriet. He is opposed by John M. Taylor, at present District Attorney for the Judicial Circuit lu which he resides. Each one of them announces himself ubjeet to a convention of " Democrat and Coucervativea" of the District. eee Hon. I.ke Hkad, a Keprmviitative in the l:it Legislature from Wilson county, has made a long speech iu that county, in which he denounces the funding hill, opposes taxation for free school purposes, and a...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 17 June 1874

yuxorlnlle (ftUthlg Cj)i0niilc : tcncpag, June 17, 1874. 7 FRO tiRAI.WB COIHTT. list WKlbcr-rii HllllBsr ef feuiea-srr-Tf 111 mania Bill. Tami-ico. Tun., June P, 1874. Editors C'hkonicxk: Tin weather in gettiug ho irm tlial It bit produced a good of Mint well known, but generally nnn-fau), rli ( which causee those affected w ith ll to have it very strong nversiou to exertion of any kind. Those laboring under tliW mala dy lik ahady plaeea and abhor the auu. They are called lazy by tome people but the technical term, I .wlieve, in " contilutioiia)ly tired.'1 The ther mometer H'.ood during the iieul of the day yesterday at 92 iu the shade and nt 106 in the nun. It aUnda thin morning at sun up at 2 I write early in the morning, lietytuae I have felt Home intermittent f.vmptotnxof the above disorder myself, and my physi cian ndvie me to luke thing an " cool '' as possible. The man llnllenger, concerning whom-yuur New Market correspond" ent wrote as having received a severe blow on the he...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 17 June 1874

Jhojrbillc icldUg dTferonwlci fiiUbiusbag, unc 17, 187 TAX SALES. Knox Count-. STATU OV TK.VNE.SSKE, I knox county. By virtue of the power and authority vested in nip ns T Collector of Knox county, 1 will on the brat Monday (if July iixt,it beinir the rVth dy of July, 1H74, offer for sitlelho following described tracU of land, town loU end parts of town lots, the tame linviiifr been assessed for taxes for the years 1S70, IS71, 1S72 and 187:. which lanes are due and remain unpaid, together w ith penalties and cents. DL-tnct No. 1. One houno and lot in Hast Knoxville. Knox county, between Main and Cumberland streets, adjoining Mrs. Bridget Cnsny'g east line and the west line of Mason's heirs, listed for 1871. mid 1S7U Kliza t'onlev, valued l'or'71$4oU Tax 4.H); valued 1S7'.! UI; tax 8. HO: vnluod tor 1773 .176; thi4.W; lew 1.00; Short", fee ".SO; printer's fee 1.00 ;" clerk's fee 1.00. Toul 1 j.ii, u.50 penalty on '73 1 o.tvi. One lot and two house in East knoxville, Knox county, betw...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 24 June 1874

at. mM2 V-X-W VOL. V. KNOXVILLE, TENN. : WEDNESDAY. JUNE '24, IS74. NO 13. 97 , it iMinrariii i -ui-' ' ronuM rmntrMintn- nrrr i .. Urale1 fc - mI (iar iiirt l.fc"IMM-t. Tfurlirr' lifile t ls- rr a - 4 ',) n if. I h. j 1-i r.i it 'if taM.jr.i Theni'-ciiig a e:,!e.l to order by the S:,,te SuH'riiiidnt of f'jt li In at ruction, and Mr. C. T. Kuruv, ofKbox county. v i re;i'e. to h--; i "-wre (ary. Tl," bile-wing i- a li: "J l.-t County Superintendent jir" iit : K. W. hkl. v,"f I'livK'wm .vjnty ; J. K. I.an, of Knifori; n. Pre-mll. of Washington ; W. 1.. Sb.Mp, of P.rad ley; J. A. Mitchell, of Loudon; T. C. Karn. of Kuox : Joeph Janeway, of M'-Mtnn; J. H. Trent, of Hamblen; Dr. C. B. I). Kussell, of Campbell; J. B. ( .?. T'dmondsoo. of Hawkir; J. A. Newton, of lioi.ne. tfuite a number c.f tea -.ber- ami mem bers of the Siate TearbcrV Aswuciatiun attended the ineoling,andomeof thm took part iu tho discussion. Stale Sup rintendent Piemliii: ui nouu.vd that he had prepared no spo einl prog...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 24 June 1874

Jhoibillf e&cchln (Chronicle: aalconcsto, $unc 17, 1874. THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE WEDNKSDAY, JUNE 2-1, 1874. A boat Drjrlmc trull. Iu the mliM of the bountiful harvest of wlicnt now being gathered our farm ra should not forget the Htiiall econo mies' of the farm. Blackberries, up plea aud tivacheB when dried, hring in large huui of money. As the cea-ioti in now near at band we give nomestig gesCionH on the subject from a well known house in New York, one of the largest fruit dealing house in the city, J. M. Atwater Co , No. 61 Pearl .St They say : We hope the Merchant of East TenneHHee will endeavor to iniuren upon the Farmers, the importance of taking more care in cutting ami dry ing tht-ir Apples. As a general tiling, the Dried Applea we receive from Ten netwee and Georgia ure badly cured, Coarsely cut and poorly dried, being dark in color. With a little extra care and labor on the part of the Farmers, this can he remedied. We remember, only a, few years since.when the'North Carol...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 24 June 1874

3 MM AlKRTIsK!KlVT. 60 NORTH, EAST AND SOUTHEAST, VI THK Louisville and Great Southern 1CA1I.1CO.-VD i.ijnij. This is the arc-it liirect .in I Through Line, Hnd theoniy Al K ul K lureto atl points in TEXAS. ARKANSAS, LOll-SlAN'A. MISSISSIPPI. ALABAMA, TKN N KSSKK :i ti 1 tu Ihe North, East and Southwest. h ruakes ttiioUer Time with 1pm chmge of Cars than any other line. l'lillmiin I tt luce 'i-m Hun vti (In-line both w.iys as f illuw. : joiiim-i!? to A'i hi (h-lt'tinn without cliruiy. X:i"nillr to ,fi:iiji!,in without hnngn. .uoinrifi to LHtlr Rock without hcii!f,c NO CHANCE OF CARS Krun li-ui:vitl t Mpuipau'. M:i' i:Dry r N :iHh Hp Yntm L'iu'wtIIW ocr ooptic rvf 1mm rnn Pall i nn PmIiioi i'ar tlironjrh tr E.utern i-nit Hit h nt in a ai iking ch kp, i.rrHi Throujih CONTINUOUS ALL KAIL ROUTE EAST AToidiinr nil Ferries ni Trt-rf-T. MAMMOTH CJAVi:, The f?rf :i tt of N:ittir:il CurinitU!", ii I-r-t'H on this line. P;is.-enir''r, cm Hen hvct, ' he C-ive and resume their journe at h mure....

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 24 June 1874

Jhwbtfl Wtthh) CjjronuU : Mlttrntsimp, $unc aft, 1874. THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. RULE b RICKS, Publishers, WmJiir 19 Market Plafe, East Side. TCIIMN OF NrBMCRIPTIOH. i i one year $2 00 oe onpy. eix monthi 100 TtBOopice, one rear - 15 00 T'ontr onpie. one rear 30 00 WEDNESDAY, JUNK 24, 1S74. OIK :I.kmm PAPt: A Hiinl 1 Our llpailpn anil t'rlrntla We sei.d our readers theCuKONtC'LE i hjht co'umns larger than heretofore. II' 'S THK LARGEST PAPER EVER PUBLISHED IN EAST TENNESSEE, and it has c st us much money to make the improvement. We jive our render! viry much more read ii( mutter, b.it there is NO IN CREASE IN Till- l'KICK. It i the i heapt st paper published. In return, e ns' mil' readers to help us l y send ing u ? new subscribers. Let every read'-r send us- om tut:' mibm-ribi r. Can you ut do it, reader".' If you rati, you will bed'du; us agieat favor and help build nil Hist 'IVi.ntwM', for the Chkomclk is working hard to in crease our population mid money. Let every friend go to work...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 24 June 1874

iinorbtllf $ttchln oniric : Mcfcntstma, $imt Wl, 1871. 5 THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. !. I K I N -h Cmsoriim.i idhIIM froa to nay aitdrci Hlt of fl trrllnlnic In Wrhly. Tn lin.. of IM. to conntilqt Kquilre. i a J frs 9 55 Se. 1 : t 1 60 t 3 f I 4 So t W it mi viurej Sim ll ft .SO 10 60 lli Mi WW 4 50 9 00 11 Ml 14 SO So 5-siur": 00 11 SOi 14 W WOO SO 10 -siilarim 7 ftO: 14 00 lli SO' 2 00 :i SO IIS (XI 27 00 37 Ml 4.S ( M .SO NTtrE tkkiifks' At mix; I atio. Wrlrnin Aildrrsa ! Injnr winnl. nml I'xrllal ortnnlinlliin. .". Ititnur of rroimmmr-Jr Mem br Klerird. ( Air -at Doy ) According i nil unavoidable change in tne programme, the State Teachers' A- oi ition (IhI not meet Tuesday, lijth, ut.t.l -S.M) t si. Whi-n thp hour fur o.-grinizilioii arrived, ami the 1'iosi dent, John B. Lindsley, I). D., of Na-hville, not being present, Prof. H. . Smith, of Shelby ville, one of the Vie Presidents, and the only one present at (lie time, culled the meeting to order. MAVOK STATU the:i delivered an addr...

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 June 1874

Jlnoibillc Mcehlp diferoniclc : MUbncsiag, $unc JM, 1874. I K E WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, JUNE::!, 1S74. IM' IKM.SSKK I'M Vl.itMl i r. luff rMlnic i ommrnrriiirtit I' aerc !. timiiul Mi-ftm if the Runnl of Trn I mir"li e Ami Aruprlni ICriiiHrkN l.r lrlilot HnmtN. i n,-rt Inic lhe Oriirfrii on Ihv Orniln Miloif I Intw. Fm:u Dni'y Chronicle nf tlie 17th. ! Acronliiitf t.i previous notice the li iai'I of TuiMei h of Katit Tt'imossee l iiweixity iDi-t at the Secretary's uf-fh-i it'. !l o'clock, a. m., yesterday, Kcv. T. W. Humes, I). I)., l'rexident iu the rlmir. Tile fullowinj; trustees were 1 resent : Kev. Jas. I'rtik, Hon. Jim. 1'axter, Cnl. K. s. Heiskell, Hon. C. X. Giblw, .i-n)i-io,) Hon. J no. M. Klemiuir, (. r-oilirio.) Dr. J. H. Ludlow, Dr. (.'. D.-Hiit-riek, W. A. Henderson, Hon. .ho. Andrews, ( 'ol. llu. D. Mrt'luwr, .lis. D. Cowan. E. .1. Sanford, Hon. C. M. Mi-tiliee, (Jen. J. A. Malirv, K. A. II. S'oH, Dr. K. I. Eaton, Dr." P.. Fra. zier, Dr. ,s. H. Smith, Col. J no. J....

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 June 1874

lnobtllc ealethln (bromdc: eillctmcsban, Stone 2?i, 187rJ. 2, TAX SALES. Knox County. STATE OF TEA'NESSEE, 1 Knox county. J By virtue of the power mid niillniriiy VBKted in inn as Tx Collector of Knm cwnty, 1 will on thotirat Mondav of July ni'Xt, it beiiiRthe tltli day or July, offer for suluilie following described tracts of luud, town lots und mrU of town loU, the mine hnving linen ost'd for taxes for the years 170, 1871. W2 nd 1S7;!, which tuxos Hre duo tind remain unpaid, tootlier with pcnnltiqi itnd costs. District No. 1. Our house and lot in East Knoxville, Knov county, liotwaen Main and Cumberland streets, adjoining Mrs. Bridget Out'y' i"t line and the west line of Muson's lieirn, listed for 1N71. 1872 and 187-1 Kliza Conley, vulii.-d for '71 $M Tax 4.H0; valued 1872 3K); tnx.S.t'O: valued for 1773 375; tux 4.30; low 1.00: ShotV. fee 0.50; printer's fun 1.00 ; "olerk s fee 1.00, Total 15.H5, (i.50 penalty on 'Ta lo.bi. One lot and two homes in East Knoxville, Knox county, be...

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 June 1874

Jtnorbtllc Jilccklp CTDmtU : cettfcntsfcari, uiu aft, &7. 8 HOME CIHCLK. M'KDAl HOKSISW. TUOVOHT9 1U (UNO RXRTICR. Too early, of course ! How provoking ! I told M just how it would be. I miht a well have on a wrapper, Kor thcru's not n foul here yet to see. Thnrel Sue) Delaplaine'i pew is cinfty, I declare if it isn't too had t I know my luit cost more than her n did, And I wanted to see her look mad. 1 do think that lexlon'n too stupid Ue'i put some one else in our pew And the girl dre-s just kills mine com pletely ; Xcw what am I going to do ? Th psalter, and Sue isn't here yet ! I don t cure, 1 think it's a sin F or people to (jet late to service, Just to make a great show coming in. l'erhaps she is sick, and can't gelhere .She said she'd a headache last night. How mad she'll be after her fussing! 1 declare it would serve her just right. Oh, you've g.n here at la-t, my dear, have you? W ell, I don t think you need be so proud Of that bonnet, if Virotdid make it, It's horrid 1...

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. — 1 July 1874

I..-: vol: v. x KNOXVILLE. TENN. : WEDNESDAY. JULY 1, 1874. NO 14. LATEST NEWS BY TELEGRAPH. PeMmastrr General I reswell SlgBS. Re- Engineers to Improve Mississippi Elver Navigation. - Washington, June 23. The post Re on newspapers wu fixed at two cento per pound. Congress will adjournal four o'clock to-day. The Conference Committee of the . two Houses agreed this morning to mend the substitute recommended hy the Senate Transportation Committee lor the St. nuiip Canal bill as follow : The Commission of Engineers, who are to survey the mouth of the river is to consist of three army engineers, three from civil life and ona from the coast survey. The President nominated ex-Oov. Alex. Shepherd, ex-Postmaster Den nlsonaud Henry T. 15 low as Provis ional Commissioners to govern the District of Columbia. Blow and Den nison were confirmed hut Shepherd was rejected by 86 to ft. The President substituted A. U. Cattell, of X. J., who was confirmed. ' "The appropriation for the flooded of me eo...

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. — 1 July 1874

yinorbille Mtchlp jrrcnirlt : tbrasbinj, lo 1, 1874. THE WEEKLY UHRONICLE. WEDNEHDAY, JULY 1, 1H74. JTIKIMJ AND J'AIIM. A Pkk far th Co we. We Ukn (he following RtrniiK appeal for tbebellrr treatment, and rare of our oowa from the Sational JAv:, Stock Journal, mui commend it (o the careful ooimideriUion of our readers : " Reader, art you fond of milk" Do you like butter, or beef? Then have eonipanpiou UKu th" bind, Kcuerous oow? Mont fartuera feed tlieir horse something better than rtlraw or badly cured hay in winter, though their work during that Heanon U liuilil. Home are Usually kept in comfortable flattie, with clean, dry bedding, renewed every night. They aru ho curried and bruNhed every morning, and fed -ood Imy.oHl-'. ehoo.etc, ui.ul they are " lat fool," mm if i hey were Itciritf prepar d for llw huteher, instead of being kept for labor. ThiH iw ciiriou philos ophy. A fat man U not in a erudition to endure, hard work, nor in lie a com fortableor healthy, a a person in mod er...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 1 July 1874

JtoflfbilU ffljahla onixlc : lcittsDap, I W 3 THE BANKRUPT LAW. mviitliiM uf .) tf Hill Punrd fey emarr.Mi. Waahlnghm (June 17th) Speoial to the Cincinnati Cotiiineroiel.J The tjriimipnl piilnl nf the new baukruiii bill, vlilcli only requires tbe Prtidtnl' aijiimturej to berome a law, are aa follow : Forty tlnyn are allowed to lap- before a mtrelinnt or trader who lulla to pay hid olnmerolal paer in liable to l thrown into bankruptcy. The a-nent of one-fourth In luimln-r and one-third iu value of the creditor ia required to throw a debtor Into bankruptcy. This provision relates back to the lirxt of IhhJ December. ProoecdinRti may be dincoutinued whenever a debtor pay thiwe cecured debta w hich were thejrround of throw ing him into bankruptcy, or whenever, with the consent of the court, he and a majority of the c red I torn Html I unk for a discontinuance of the proceeding. In order to set wide hy pot been ted pledged or liens on the bankrupt')) entate, it must Hppear that the party ...

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. — 1 July 1874

In0rbillt ft&cthlij jjronule : rtmcsimn, , 1874... THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE RULE St RICKS, Publishers, Number 19 Market Place, Eaxt Sidt. Tt'.llMH OF M list KIPTIOS. 1n oii'7i on Tear,.... 12 00 ii copy, 'is monthi - 1 00 T-a eopirt, on year,......... IS 00 T ent J ropiu. on rear SO 00 WEDNESDAY, JULY 1, 1874. OI K EXLAIIUKIt PAPE. A Word To Onr llrmlcm and Friends We semi our leaders theCHKONlci.E tight column larger tliHii heretofore. IT IS THE LA HO EST PAPER EVER PUBLISHED IN EAST TENNESSEE, and it has cost us much money to. make the Improvement. We give our readers very much more read inrj mutter, but there Is NO IN CREASE IN THE PKICE. It is the cheapest paper published. In return, we ask our renders to help us by send ing us new subscribers. Let every reader send uh one nr to subscriber. Can you not do it, reader? If you cam, you will be doiug us a great favor and help build up East Tennessee, for the Ciikosicxk is working hard to In crease our population and uiouey. Let ever...

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. — 1 July 1874

Snoibtllt WttUn eigxtnutk: . Wtimt&ton hk h 5 IUE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. BPECIJIEaj fOPlFM'. . . . thf Caiomcis ttild frea to nr llri on api'lloin-.ii. Rales r tdverllalna; In Weekly. Tn linn, or Im. olid, to ooDititutt t tquara. I e a : as a a f W A I 1 50 1 1 M 4 90;$ eo; on in no Si nn re. j i 3 00 ( 001 I 50 10 50 16 501 27 00 'I qiiara. 4 60 Siuaril t 00 00 U fH) 14 50l 11 M 14 00 14 00 14 001 16 50 2S 00 50 37 50 80 00 45 00 K 60 55 50 ELECTION TICKETS. We print lecilon ticket In clear type and en good paper for $1 prr thousand. In large order we make a reduction. Orders by mn.ll promptly t tended to. Money or satlnfao tory reference niuiit accom pany order. KILE k RICKS, Chronicle. The Hare for Attorney Ueueral. The Democratic party managers are drawing (njlitical lines and forcing the election for county officer to take par ty Hue. Tlii U conspicuously so in the race fur Sheriff and Attorney Gen eral for Knox county. In the latter race through a sore domestic affliction, Mr. ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 1 July 1874

Jinarbilit Mtehln tyxamtlt: Wi&Mto$t Jwlu j, 1874. Li THE WEEKLY CIIUONICLE. WEDN EWDA Y, JULY 1, 1874. Thk grailuHtiuK ela at rrinceton College tlil mr waa the largeHt in the hiHtory of t he inttrilution, iiuuiberiHg about oue hundred ptrs-otic. The col lege hiut been in existence one hundred and twenty-seven years. It Ih souiewhut stgnlflcant that the organs of the "clow corporation" are all of the opinion that Col. Durch's suit fttfaliiat the Jiunner for $50,000 U nil right. The liannir cau we what kind of a fight it baa on hand. The Home (Oa ,) Courier has under taken the formidable task of demolish Inc the Methodist Kptscopal church, with its membership of one and a half millions. When it succeeds wo will, m h in .tlf r of news, make a note of the fact. -a T 1 1 1 . Democrat of Shelby, Davidson aud other counties where the party stands a fair chauce of electing its candidates, are holding conventions to settle the clidms of contestants so as to secure a Democratic success. ...

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. — 1 July 1874

ilnjotbilU Iwhl 0itult .Mte&it, $"-2 1879t 7 FROM BRISTOL. mli F.aerclwe-a m rMl mnl "eill- Onsen, , C respond." Chronicle. I Tb clueing exercisier! of thin Inailtu Uoa took place on 17th -and lHtli innt. Tb4) Annual Literary Aldreess m ile llvnred byJRev, Dr. May, f Ktiu vlllj. It wan J'jhI wIihI I lie itccHxl'in culled for could nut liMve leeii more appropriate.. Hi eulij"et, "Tlie Heal End of Female) Etluo ition, . irave: to the apeaker a wl rtel.t f..r tlmtiKlit, which In utilized wl'ii marked Julc roent and atiilit). . I i, address, wax pic", hiiuioriu ant , lotjuftii wa eminently practical - rammed full, tit common lenae. 'I' audiem ahovi-ed their appret-iutiou u'tls cITurl hy llif marked atteulion luy av for oue hour the tim occupied ti v tlia apeak . Our clUr.eiiH would like- to hear hint again. The aildrt-s wast preceded and fol lowed by ome excellent pi:-e nf music upon the part of Mrn. Kimnrand her muio clam, alike) creditable (o the oceasilou. t , , s The nceoiid Oig...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 1 July 1874

Jbtorbtllc Mcchln (JEbronttlt : ! ractmtstmn, $uln l, : Q7b. a HOME CIHCLK. TnwnH at nl Point. -We had the tilpnsure of meeting Hou. O. 1. Temple Thursday, who lias ju.xt returned from West Point, where be bus heeu for four weeks or inure as one of the board of Visitora appointed by President Grant to attetid the nu ll im I examinations at our National Military Academy. Chancellor Teni ule looks well, aud has enjoyed his visit very much. It lias been one of satisfaction to him and of profit t- the Government and the Academy, upon the management of which his sugges tions will be valuable. He gives us a very flattering report of the standing and prospects of our Tennessee boys In the corps of cadets. We spoke a few dayj ago of the stand inn of Cadet Ludlow as one of the brightest mathematicians that has been at West Point for years. Mr. Geo. W. Baxter he reports as having brilliant prospects. One of his professors reported liim to Chancellor Temple as a " level clear headed boy who wa...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
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