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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 8 July 1874

VOL. V. KNOXVILLE, TENN. : WEDNESDAY. JULY S, IS74. NO. 15 DEATH OF JAM M K. COOKE, KSQ. Meeting Mb Bar Annranrlaia Re. solution I'aunl. At a meeting of the Knoxville liar to pay a last tribute of resect to the memory of James B. Coeko, deceased, the following proceedings were had, to-wlt: Speeches were made by Judge An drewsand Mr. WaHliburn. On motion of Mr. Washburn, Col. John Baxter wan niade Chairman, and Thos. L. Williams Secretary. There upon the following committee ou re solution wai apppoitited by the Chair man. W. P. Washburn: S. T. Logan, A. 1(. Pettibone, Geo. Washington and Lewis Tillman. The committee retired and reported the following resolutions, w hich were unanimously adopted: The Bar of Knox county In again called to mourn the loss of one of its number. Within a few short months the grave has closed over a Chamiiion, a Dewey and a Nelson, and now death has demanded from our ranks another victim. We are here to-day to pay our respects to the memory of our Brother, ...

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. — 8 July 1874

ffnorbUlt Wtthb xaxuh : Wittmj), $nln 8, 1874. THE WEEKLY CHROiMCLL. WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, 1874. Facts About lk Tennessee lilver Trade. . . Kingston, June 29, 1S71.S Editors Chronicle: Kince your article of iMtli, hint.; ftprter(l, i-alUii the attentiou of jour business men to the river trails below Knoxvllle, and thelrsdeup the Clinch unl Kniury rivers and tributary to the Cincinnati Souther railroad, I have had aeon vernation with uu old aud strictly re liable ateaniboatman, who has run the river from Knoxville to Chattanooga for tweuty-flve years, aud knows every rock and shoal In It. He commanded the Harkaway, Franklin, Enterprise, Caandia, and the Jell'erHou before the railroad wan built, and waa very miccessful, and at that time Was well and favorably known to the merchants and biiMiiiextt men generally of Knoxville and Chat tanooga and along tu river between these cities. tie ttaya lie can build a steamboat which will cost from eiht to nine thousand dollar, and which in ordi nar...

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. — 8 July 1874

I Jlnoibille IethlB romtle: SiiUtmtsto, $u1n 8, 1874. CUKOMCIE FLASHES FHOH EAST TKNXKSSEE. t.iaht l"-rn Nirurk by LlRtilalnoT. UncKwoon, Tenm., June 20, '74. Correspondence Chroul le-1 , i Yesterday iiioriiiu Suiitlay) eiglit IKTRcms wi-ik! Uruck ! lUlitnmir on or Hum near this plnee. The parties were vfigajreit lu playing and wt uhiut? a (fame of aiHrtilei, and were either ton intent upon their Mrt to notice the approach of the rlntlil, or did not think It muf enough to reuder their pWtiou unsafe, when suddenly the stroke fell upon them, protriitln(i all of diem and rendering the must pf tliHn liweitHible, , ; , . A im'twiiRiT wm luitoediately ills i,ii-liL-a for lnedii'iil aid, and l)r itteakt-r wub sooti on hnud aud render ed prompt ussisUuctw. Dr. Matlock arrived mmju ttlter. aud did tslllrlflit erviee. I, Me in the afternoon the parties were decidedly hett r, nnd ull bur two of them wee eonxiderert out of danger, and their eoodit ion wu cou t-iilered ly the phyKiuiiina an uoit...

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. — 8 July 1874

4 THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. BULB St BICES, Publishers, Number 19 Market Plaoe, East Side, TKBMftor BrMCmiPTIOJT. 0 (VT, on Tr,. . 00 la op, tlx Moathl... ....... 1 00 Tiaeopi, natMf .. 15 00 TtT eoplcn, en r ...... 80 00 WEDNESDAY, JULY 1, 1874. OCa EKLABUED PIPE. A Word) To Oar BMMter and Friends We send our readers the Chronicle tight columns larger than heretofore. IT IS THE LARGEST PAPER EVER PUBLISHED IN EAST TENNESSEE, and itbas cost us much money to make the Improvement. We give oar readers very much more read inff matter, but there Is NO IN CREA8E IN THE PRICE. It is the cheapest paper published. In return, we ask our readers to help us by send ing us new subscribers. Let every reader send us one new subscriber. Can you not do it, reader? If you can, you will be doing us a great favor and help build up East Tennessee, for the Chronicle 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 th first? Wk iuvite atte...

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. — 8 July 1874

nwbtllc MtthlB Cjjwnult: ttoustotj; $uln 8, 1874. 5 THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. tPEuaM cone , "t th Cbkokirli mailed fret to any uirti OB apMteouon. Bla ml 4lrllaln la Wwklj. Tea line, or Im, solid, to oontltnt a Miliar. t a - i - 'I 1 !W I S M t 4 80 I M, ooin (lf Numra.. ' 3quaret 3tsiusrft t 00 4 VI on, i 50 q fin ii 10 Ml IB V)', 27 on 14 sol z so: ;r) 50 14 on an on 45 no 8 00 8 51)1 55 50 on T Mi 11 Mil 14 on 14 00 IB 5u an i n-rAmiioxr.i toinrii. All KMm la lift tr A Ulorton Ol. An Kant InnrMM Wrlcaina to , Hurnsltle. The celebration of the Fourth of July, 1874, In Knox ville, we helieverelnstateB the nntal lay to its old place In the affections of our people. The iluy was very generally observed, und a eordlul good feeling wax manifested all around. The wholesale houses of Cowan, Mo Clung & Co., c'iinfor.l. Chamberlain & Albers, Carpenter, Ross & Locket, and W. V. Woodruff & Co., were promi nent for tasteful and profuse decoration. The abseuce of flags on some busi...

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. — 8 July 1874

Snoibtlle Wtt 'oniclc: IMctmcsba), rjulu 8, 1874. 6 THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, 1874. IF the Prensand Herald In io much dlssntii-fleii with the Democrnlic pnrty why does it not Join the GraiiKors? If it bulntve itself well for six months, perhaps It may Ik? allowed to join the Kepubllcnn party. WE publish this morning from an other correspondent an opinion as to the yield of our wheat crop, which Is quite contrary to that generally enter tained. The only way to settle this question is hy giving theyi Id of fann ers generally. We would he glad to have our friends send us reports from the threshing machine, and let us know how the yield compares with the expectation. Kentucky has a case in politics that is attracting quite as much attention as our celebrated case of Iohls. It is known as t lie c se of Jones. He is the Democratic candidate for Court of Ap peals, but it has been discovered that some yeursago he accepted a challenge to tight a duel. Under the Constitu tion of...

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. — 8 July 1874

JhuHbillr mtthirt Cferomdc: UDncst);tf, Juln 8, 1875. THE EEMOYAL OF ARMY HEADQUARTERS Tlie iropnKed removal of Gen. Slier man' linlciiartoiB to St. I.diiIh ha been thf nlrji,t of unneoeemirv oon ceru and ciitnnieiit. The nlYlciul cor reppotideliuH lirtwevli llm General of the nrmleH and the Secretury of Wur, kIiowb tli ut the removal l the remit of tlie anomalous) 'h!dtlini of the (General as the CnmmmnU r-iii-Clilef of the nrmies without authority, and I'veii without the liiivilee of knowing what ordiTa are Inxtied to his ul ordltintes. A fur hack aa the lime whet) (Jen. Scott wast Commiihder lu-Cliiif the re latioua of the Secretary of Vr to the In ad of the artnleH waa made the cub Jectof correepondenre. When the re helliou whs auppresitei the xanie aub Ject was oetied ty Gen. Grunt in a long letter to Secretary Stanton. Gen. Sherman aaya that Mime time aito President Grant proniiMed him that the whole Mlhject should he finally settled, but as it has not, been done, the Gen eral...

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. — 8 July 1874

Jinwfaillt Mtt2 fcomdt : Mltbncsbafi, $uln 8, 1874, HOME CI11CL12. To the Tearbrre at Haas Coaaly I A yr hit ussni since aonie of you were granted certificate to teach In the puiillc schools of your county. The certitlcales of others will oii rSDirn. You have, each of you, during the year, been engaged for a limner or shorter ierioil in the rceponsihle bud Ilea of drawing out aud training the mental powers of tho.e who are to bear the responsibilities of church, state, nationality, nml every other In terest upon which the future well-belnn of our country shall rest. D you feel that the record you have left is such as you would wish it to have been? J).i you proose to enter the ensuing year no better prepared for your woi k tiian you were twelve months ago? Is it your purpose lo Improve, and better qualify yourselves trout year to year, or to let your capacities crystaiize at the present low staiidurd only to drair out a miserable existence of sluggish me diocrity aud finally be cast...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 15 July 1874

7 1 u in 1 nt r if VOL. V. KNOXVIU.E, TENX. : WEDNESDAY. JULY 15, IS7-1. NO. 16 Ol'rt KIVhSTO l.KTTKK. The. Hniher-A t'lvll Rights n Mnt lir. Cjrr6fMtiitlen-e Chronicle. 1 Kinoston, Tknn., July :o, Ps74. Tin weather here f.r I lie last two weeks has been extremely warm. On Monday last I noticed after dinner Hie mercury at 103 In Mr. Deuuiug's drug store. We have had no rain' here for about four weeks. All around mm with in four miles, exeept between Kington nnd H.ickwond, the fui mers have been favored with tltieshnwcrsaud the corn in looking finely. The corn and vege tables generally ill and around Kiuifs ton are seriously damaged by Hie droutli, and unless we are accomnio (luted simiii, it will be loo iale tor many corn Kiowers. The wheat crops are being rapidly prepared for the mill, and will make more than an average crop. Last Monday Court met, und at nn early hour you might have seen the smiling countenances of many u poor misguided candidate who is as sure of being elected as...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 15 July 1874

jUuovbillc fcjlcchln cCbronitlc : eMctmcsnan, $ul 13, 1871. THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, JULY r, 1S74. FIKL1) AN' I) JPAItM. IHDDSTEIAL ENTERFBISES. The extraordinary stagnation in the iron business of the country has di rected ttie attention of iron makers to East Tennessee for a thorough exam ination of the extent and value of our Irou and coal interests. Thu very fact that iron is so low that it ean only he made in.lltably where ore and coal are cheapest and most abund ant is all the more favnrnhle for Last Tennessee. If the facts are as i'ohkiu.v ii:ma.i fuk wiietr. a hi:iakkbi.k mmr. Prospect lor ft Rpitrr lriiinnil rrom I Tut llnlllp Sunken Tnkrn from the brand. j Ktnninrli of nMmnnn. The All-absorbing question among j A correspondent of the Morristown farmers nud tradesmen now Is, w hat I Gazrltr, writing from Murryville LABOR HONORABLE. How lion. Am tniilknrr N.ruri-il Ft unlit l.nltor. AX A I'l. AS TA SKXSATI(.". A Woman h.is llii- hi; In nn I ronr. Some one has been se...

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. — 15 July 1874

Jlnorbillc fcMrchln Chronicle : MUuncstinp, h) 15, 1874. EAST Uranrt Knlilmlh School Merlin In llriiillrjr foiinly. C'1.kvi;i.anu, Tknx., July G, IsTl. Co rcspondenoe Chronicle. I Tell 8uiiilny schools In the nt-iglilior-hood of lleil Hill ('umpKrouud, in thin county, met and celebrated the Fourth by appropriate exercises. The Dei lur atiou of Independence was read; speeches tumle by Col. Jno. V. Ham ey, Kev. Mr. McCJrifT, Kev. Mr. John sou and others, interspersed with (tinjf Iiik from the various schools present. These schools, representing ilill'.'i'ent deuoniinatioiis, have formed Uiem seives into a I'nitiii Ansoeiution, with Constitutiou, Hy-laws uud otllcers, holdinK regular monthly meetings, and their anniversary ou the 4th of July eHch year. At the conclusion of the exercises a banner, to be worth not less thau ten dollars, was ottered, which should be awarded to that school reporting the highest average attendance at the next anniversary. Mr. Blackburn was elected President...

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. — 15 July 1874

4 Jlnwbille Wttj Cbromclt : Mlcuncsbap, $n!r 15, 1874. "IHEWEEKLY CHRONICLE. RULE & RICKS, Publishers, Xumbrr 19 Market 'tare, East Side. Tt HK r sU IIM KIPTIOSI. io one ycnr.... it i"J ; n ix monihf 1 T" "nc ymt 15 00 : - . .. L .! -11V.. - WEDNESDAY, JULY l"i, 1S74. Ol lt KM. thl.l l I'AI-K . A Hor.l '!' Our HBller mitl t'rlf-nlw i We send our readers theCllKOMi l.E j right rohtmm lurifer than heretofore ' IT IS TIIK I,l.(iKST PAPER EVER ITRLISHED IN EAST TENN ES-sEE, stid It has co-t us much money In make the improvement. We give our readers vcri mwh more read ir miiC'-r, tmt there i NO IN CREASE IN THE PRICE. It is the mi nl.l l,.,.l Til l-iPum . i ' i t , ,' : v i.tir rii rn In I1..I11 lis liV w.,11.1. ing us new subscribers. Let every reader send us our new tdvri1r.r. Can 1, 111 11 1 it 1I1 1 1 1 r.i.i . I nr 0 I f V ni I in 1 11 vim ' - .'. , j will be d nig us a great favor and help ! .... , ... , ,, ; l.inl.l 1111 I. nht 1 ui n.is, ... fur til. 1 Cltuo.N'icLK is working...

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. — 15 July 1874

Jinorbillc JOUchlp Chronicle: (Talctmcsban, Jnln 15, 1871. 5 niEWEEKhYCHROiMCLE. hlr.MMK! OPIF ihm Cruntmn.i irMitnl free to any ftdtfre on ftpi'Motttf i. Rfttra cif clvrrillti In MVt-kly. Trn lins. or solid, to cunititut a square. I a s 1 8iri. ! ! i J J ISO 3 f t 4 AO I P 00 tl (HI -linr!.. 3 Oil B 0" S f0 111 fxli 10 ho -,n 00 Mjuaroj ' 4 Nl 110 Ml. 14 Mb 2:1 SO .17 Bn 3-lilarwl 8 00 11 fin 14 00 H 00, 311 11 4S 00 -unarm , 7 6 14 Oil lii 6n ill mi 3i" So M 60 -.nor. County Superintendent. At tin lute quarterly ses-lnn if the Sevier County Court, Dr. J. M. Lay man was elected County Superintend ent of 1'ulilic Schools. Dr. Liymun served one term in the Legislature of this Mate. Marring- l.lci-iiwe. The following marriage license were issued by the County Court CU-rk dur ing tlie pant week : W. T. Reed to K. K. Underwood. John S. Miller to Lena Miller. 15. M. Ziehary to Maggie A. Chain lefts'. Mnusi 4'reelt Valley, The report from tlie wheat thresh ing on the farm of Mrs. S. it. W...

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. — 15 July 1874

jtinorbillc UUthU) Chronicle : . tct)itcsn, SuIiS; 13 1871. G THE WEEKLY CHUOMCLE! -- : --- --- WKPXKSDAY, JULY lo, ls7t. ' Wk Invito attention to the coinrmi- nicntion of " Kx ltehel," puliluhed elsewhere. The writer is one of our best citizen", inn! hi Migire! ion will attract attention. The extent of the lintter anil cheese trade of the country is enormous. The Exchange devoted to this branch of tho business in New York, organized olio year mro, estimates the value of this trade in the 1'nitod States and Canada at $,jno,ooO,nnil. Wk are sorry the 'nut ami lfrrn'tl is not satisfied with the celebration of the Fourth ill this city. We see no reason for its sullelinc on the subject. It occurs to us that if " finhtiiiL' rebel " could allord to take stock in it, its ed itors iniiiht ntl'onl to tfive a little better report of whftt was a (treat day in Knox vilie. It lias been several days since we made a remark about Hohhs, but our readers must not think, that like our neighbor, we nr"...

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. — 15 July 1874

, linoibillc (lillcchln . Chronicle eillrtmcslKii), ruln 13, 187-1. HOME NEWS. A Prominent Nashville Physician Suicides. Indian Depredations Colorado. Egun in AruivrA. Oa., July 7 In response to a letter I nun a number of citizens, Alex. II. J;eiheiis iiiiunuliceil Iiim tli termination not to lie n ivincli liile for reeleetioii to Congress, "ii neeount of his fiiiliHK lieitllli. If lie doe not im prove (luring the summer, lie w ill re align Ills seat in tlie ire-ent l'otii;ie-s. in time tor his unexpired term to he filled Ht the hiiiib time Hint tiie elect ion shall be held foru nieiiiher to lepresent the district in the next I. on-ie-s. Mr. t Stephens is so rceble Ironi a:i iiltiick of rheuuiatisni a not to b,-able to be out of doors litlt twice in six weeks. i i'K'iviiiENtr, K. l . , July i . in, j . lt. J en in n if-, u i ii'om : inn t plivsiciai of Nashville, Teuiie-see, committed suicide at the N':iit n; ui-e! l'ier this mornioi!. His niece, a daughter of (iov. Wise, of Virgini...

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. — 15 July 1874

ftnorlrilic c$tcchln Cbromtlc : Mctmcstan, ulg IS, 1874. B IIOMK CIltCLR BY Till: NIIOIIE OF I'll E RIVF.K. Through the gray willows the black winds Hre raving Hereon the shore, with its driftwood and Fiiml ; Over thf river tho lilies lire growing, liitllicd in the sunshine of Orient lands ; Over tho river, the wide, dnrk river, Spring timo nnd summer nro blooming torever. Here, nil alone on the rocks, I am sitting, Sitting, mid waiting my comrndes all gone Shadows of mystery drearily flitting Over the surf with its sorrowful moan, Over the river, the strange, cold river, Ah 1 must I wait forthe Jtoiitman forever? Wife and children and friends were around me, Labor and rest were as wings to my soul : Honor and love wero tho laurels that crowned me ; Little I reck ed how the dark waters roll, Hut tho d"op river, the gray misty river, All that I lived for has taken forever! Sil"ntly came a black boat o'er the billows ; Stealthily grated the keel on the sand ; Rustling foot'lep) wero h...

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. — 22 July 1874

m JCJIif -JV- ". ,0.' i - VOL. V. KNOX VILLE, TENN.: WEDNESDAY. JULY 22, 1874. NO. 17 ! A CARD, To THK V0TKK8 OF THE SKCO.NI CON CIRKSSIONAL DISTRICT OF TKNNK.8 BKK, COMPORKDOF THK ColTNTIKH of Knox, Hlouht, Monhuk, Lor. HON, HoANK, MoHOAN, SCOTT, Campiiki.l, Anderson, Union, Jkffkhson AM) Sevier. ftilow-Vitiznn: For some time past, I have contemplated announcing my self a candidate to represent the Pen pie of the Hecond Congressional i;s triet of Tennessee, In the Forty Fourth Congress of the United Stales. And now after mature consideration, and lu response to the written request of a great number of voters j the ver nal and personal solicitation! of vcrv many respectable and influential citi zens, theBe coming alike from every county In the District, and no less in conformity with nay own wishes in the premise, I hereby announce my self as such candidate, and most re spectfully solicit the confidence and suffrages of the people. In thus com 1 tip; before the pub lic, I trust no v...

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. — 22 July 1874

Jhoibille Witthty Chronicle : Mtcimcsimj), $nln 22, 1874. THE WEEKLY CHRON1CLK. WEDNESDAY, JULY 22, 1874. lIlCLU A.IS1) IWltM. Economy of Keeping Sheep. Tlie economy of keeping n few cheep on every farm ilevoieil to h inixeil husbandry, Is apparent to any one Riv ing the mihjeet careful consilient ion. As tH-avengers they will, on many farnin, pay's hnmlKooie interest on their firstcost not lakiiiir Into the ac count their yield of tleece and liiinun. Much of the straw and ctalk admit the barn-yards, the itrowth In fence corners and other oui-of-the way plat-en, will he kept clean and Hichtl.v y a few sheep, with very little trouble, and lio expenxe to iheir owner. A ruirur.N veirel at ion . th" i-beeii limy be fiaid to be omnivoroii the jfi at t it only peer and very few of the nio-t troublesome weeds and jtra-ses can loiif withstand Its short and perxisietu clipping- T" clearing outand huIkIuIiik timber pastures they are invaluable. If turned In when the ymintf shoots are still yo...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 22 July 1874

Jmorfrille Icehla (Sbroniclt: ftctctmcstmn, u)n 22, 1874. GOF. HKSRY 8. FCOTE MIKES A KPKM'II AT KMZIBKTIITO. I 1 fcprlnlly Nrirrt on Ex-I'reol tilfiit JehnMh Mitktii Nrrlmi I linrirm I'pon that In dlvtrtnnl. nnil Prop,,,? lo I'rnvn Them. Kl.l.A llKI'lI TON, Tk.N.V., July mil, 1S74. Editors Chronmci.e : OrNi i.f.mrs: After ix pli'iisalit drive of two hours thin morning sloiiir the bunks of the beautiful nnil pinch! little Watauga, through a dtdlfrhlful valley, from which an abundant harvest has just been gathered, we find ourselves In the quiet little village above men tioned. Though early In the day, when we arrived, the place was full to overflowing with the eoverelgns, not only of Carter, but ' of adjoining counties. We found Judge U.K. But ler and ex Gov. Henry K. Foote, had already arrived. We immediately called on these gentlemen at their rooms and learned that they were to address the citizens of thin place at noon, and thinking that a syuopsis of their speeches would interes...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 22 July 1874

Jtnflibillt 'ftMcthlg Cferonitk: Mtfoncstmg, $uln 22; 1674. . 4- THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE RULE & KICKS, Publishers, dumber 19 Market Place, Ecml Side. TKKMS OF HI l!S KlI'TIOX. One opr. ont yer t. 12 00 Onco7, six month! 1 00 Tn copies, nneyear IS 00 J went 7 copies, one year 30 00 WEDNESDAY, JULY 22. 1S74. Ot'R ESI.AHMED PAPE A Word To Oar Hearten nad friend We scud our renders UieCllRONlCLE eight column larger than heretofore. IT 18 THE LARGEST PAPER EVER PUBLISHED IX EAST TENNESSEE, and it has cost us much money to make the improvement. We give our readers very much more read inff mutter, but there is NO IN CREASE IN THE PRICE. It Is the cheapest paper published. In return, we ask our readers to help us by send ing us new subscribers. Let every reader send us one new sulmcriber. Can you not do it, reader? If you can, you will be do inn us a great favor and help build ud East Tennessee, for the Chronicle is working hard to in crease our population ami money. Let every friend go to...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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