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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 12 August 1874

.... ... ina f'iT - ! n -'--" VOL. V. KNOXVILLE. TENN. : WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 12, 1S74. NO. 20 ELECTION NEWS. carried the couuty with an over whelming majority, having uow a ma jority of somethingoverOOO, and three or four districts yet to hear from. uut tbe niost exciting race 18 that or nnerin. Mr. uarrlson. (Conservative), Is Jut ahead ; Mr. Witt, (Radical). " right at hi heeU :" Mr. Renfro. (Con servative), keeping up the rear a I Woe at you ever mw, too close to foe E'ection at Nashville. Nashville, Aug. 7. S:80 p. m. HpeelM Dlapau-h to lb taraatrl. The entire Democratic ticket bat been successful In Davidson county. This ha been a very quiet election, pleasant to the other gentlemen, with Canada, 92. Advices from almost everv rnnnii in these turee or four districts to hear - i Among the other candidates the probable results atand about thus Mr. Small, lien., will be elected by a small majority as Tax Collector ; Mr. (.This county Trustee, and I will not guess at who bv from 12.00...

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. — 12 August 1874

THE WEEKLY CHHOXICLE. WEDNESDAY, AUOUST 12. 174. JfliaLlJ A ISO KAHM. - -v.-.. About Meadows. Kpitohs Chhonici.k: Nine-tenths of our people aru becoming convinced that tht re Is no money in growing corn. To Lire a man to make a crop of corn on our wornout land in simply to furnish every tiling and give the nmn all he can make, because you can't more than sell the crop for enough money to pay him, as a general thing. Then why not drop no much corn grow ing and try raising hay. Twenty dollars worth of hay can be grown on any common acre of land which is at all adapted to grass-growing.. All the expenses of marketing the nay from an acre where it is grown near any of our railroad!) or livers will he $o.W. This leaves $15.00 clear. To grow 20.1X1 worth of corn requires two acres instead of one. The expense of cultivation alone will be SdO.no. This leaves the profits at fo.00 per acre, and it will take this amount to replace the wear and te:ir of muscle, land and machinery, loan who agre...

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. — 12 August 1874

Jtnoilrillc ttflcchln (Chronicle: (fOlcDncsto, fu.cjust 12, 187-ri. Cox. nml KupcrinteiuK'tits Mitclitll1 and Morton. I l'rof. Wilcnn fxpluinod lila method of IpiicIiIiir Enulisli Grammar, nftrr wliicli the iuerylmx was openeil nnil piirtinlly exhausted of its varied con ten to. Adjourned to 2 o'clock r. M. AKTKKNOON SKSSIO.N. In t lie afternoon claw-drill iu pcn niaiiwliip was cuiiducted liy l'rof. (Sharp, in which the contruction of letters, holding the pen, position, Ac, wn taught. l'rof. Prtticll culled lip a class in geography ami Illustrated the method of teaching thin branch !y otl'-hand (uap drawing on the blackboard. Mr. Smith, of Khenerer, drew the tmundnrlei and mountain, of Tenner we. Others drew the rivers and cities. The plan of iuapdrnwinx was hIiowii to be the true one fur teaching the sub ject successfully. l'rof. Sharp conducted u class In written spelling. l'rof. lleamiui suggested that variety filmuld be introduced. l'rof. Craig said he used dictation exercises. ...

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. — 12 August 1874

jkotbtllc Witthh onuk : ftMcbmsbaj), August 12, 187. THE WEEKLY CHROMCLE. BULE ti RICES, Publishers, Number 19 Market Place, East Side rrunn or ( rn kiftio.. One er7. rear ti 00 Cory, six months 1 00 Tea oopiel, nut year IS 00 Tveaty eopiei, one rear, 30 00 WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12, 1S74. The Indications from the Second Judicial Circuit are that Hon. A. 8. Tate is elected Attorney General over Mr. FulkersoD, the present iucutn bent. The Democrats throughout the State are somewhat perplexed in select ing their candidates for the Legisla ture. The Johnson men want only his friends elected and the Gov. John C. Brown men want only his friends elected. We do not know how it will be in Knox county, or throughout East Tennessee. From conversations we have had with divers Republicans from the country within a few days past, w are satisfied that the efforts of a self ish cliqueof exotic politicians in thi place are beginning to be appreciated In the recent county elections, they professed friend...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 12 August 1874

Jlnotbillc cftlcchlB dDljromdt: &Utmr;ta, August 12,1871. 5 THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. UPKCINEN COPIES fifths Chsohioli mlltd free to snr addres ) apprioaunn. bin af aerilaln la Wrtkl Ten linM. or less, tolid. to eonstltnt a tqnara. tlMtSM4 SO I 6 W I it on l,t 110 .1 00 6 (K KM) 4 50 B 1 11 M 10 501 16 ! 27 (10 14 Nl S SOl JT7 no la OOl SO 00 45 (10 UO0 80 5(1! 55 50 (m I 11 .Vi 14 on 7 50 14 00 1 So From Dally Chronicle of Auf . 8 J fEACllKtD' IKSTITCTR. FIFTH DAY. The Institute wax called to order by the President, after which Miss But ler furnished some music and Prof. Wilson offered tip a prayer. Tlie min utes of the previous meeting were read, corrected and approved. Prof. Ruth, of I he East Tennessee University, tlie critic, rend his report from which we take the following: " One of tlie essentials to Rood rend ing Is, one who is sef -possessed." Cor rected: One of the essentials of (rood reading is self possession. " I differ from him in his method." Corrected : I differ with...

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. — 12 August 1874

iinavuillc oatcchln ibvoniclc: eiUtmcsta, August 12, 187-1. G THE WEEKLY ClllIOiMGLK. wkdnkspa y, aii;i;m. v: 1.-574. TlIK rrltl.K' (ll lit ll-is li-i-n III rl-. MM'ii iliirinir K nioti'Ii t'f Juiy ly rl HM. W 111 lo Diiiinrnitii' i't: nrr howling nl'oiil tin' I'Xir.-iVuniKc nut! corrupt inn In tic ( inverti tiu-iif, lln work of pnyihK II our jjre:tt w;ir iti-M guru (ill. 8. CvNnrnAMio, thf tiilirhty . lilef of tlie P. and If i rlitnrinl utiilt", Imo been kepjilnjf a rli;til ari-ouut (if his legitimate lttex, in not getting to re port Judge Lewi.,' upet-elles mi the Civil Kii:ht Mill uiiil rcociviiiH len cents a line fur them, lie lias it all L'hargetl up to tin1 Juilite. Some prominent Democrats were heard yestenlny eniplmticully express ing tlieir opinion of tiieir onrin, tlie J. and II. Home one remonstrated with Samuel rmidurann about tlmrg ing Jimmy Williams ten cen'H a line for space ill whieli to defend himrc f against Hie eliurnts of t lie epposite party. "Wliy" said Samuel,...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 12 August 1874

Jhuwbillc toltthljj wnult: Mcuiusuan, August 12, 18731. jllllH III! imum.'nlllll I III II 1 ' I'T Ml III llini1TT WB liEECHEIl-TILTOX. THE WRECKED STEAMER MoiO Witnesses Loitor fiom Frank Cnrpontcr. s Nkw Vokiv, August 4 The Hi in l: er Invo.ti iidiug coiniiiiui'o coiiiiimcil tlieir M'BMiim until thix t-vcnliiK- The m sxhhim I still enmliictril in iriviue. Hix witiiiR-trs were exuaiineil, fmir gentlemen uiul two lai .6.. 'I wn of llu witnesses were uihIuMsiuihI lt be Mr. and Mrs. Kaieh, the trUiuls of Mr. Jieeuher, Whose resilience adjoins hU farm Rt IVekskill. The ntl.er lutly wus closely vailed mid ton Id mil tie idelitilled. i After Irnvlng the house she was itcCompunleU ly Mr. Ovln; tou to tlie residence of' Mr. lteerher, ou Columbia Height, 'l'he other wit- nesses' iiftincs eotiiu 1101 be iis.'ertulned. Miit.-I'll toil ' orocs xiiilnatlou will ht'iiiude public Wriiiorrunr; It was lu ted tftiit Mr. Jteeelifrw Ml'. Moullouf will UfMit'y before Uiu innimKtw to mono evening, when i...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 12 August 1874

Jtrajitoillc (Uflcchln Chronicle: wUtmcsDan, August 12. 167.1 8 LOST ! Thoro's little in n worn-out glove, For one like mo to treasure. Anil yet three pair ot Dent's best kid Would never give the plensuro That to my throbbing heart would spring. Where now chill fear linger, Could I in this sad search beliold Its -voll-worn little finger.'. It was not altogether safe For shaking hands and so on, An ugly tear had found a place Just where the stud should go on. I know it faded long ago. That rents and stains have cross'd it, And yet I've mourned it long and deep, Since, coming home, I lost it. Ah met I fear 'tis gone for good, The little glove I cherish d, And with iu loss, ah, well-a-ilay ! Fair dreams and hopes have perisb'd. And yet it speaks not of the past, It was no lover's token, No troasur'd link of love-wrought chains That were too rudely broken. Ah no I and yet 'tit hard to lose So much in one small minute; For ere I lost that tiny glove I wrapp'd a sov' reign in it I Figaro....

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 19 August 1874

a y y flU& T III I VOL. V. KNOXVILLE, TENN. : WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 10, IS74. NO. -21 LATEST NEWS BY TELEGRAPH. THE AUSTIN RIOT. Whites and Blacks Fighting Mississippi. in A General Army of Whitei anl Blacki. Ihv Origin Km I Irarl; ft tit I Ml. Memphis, Aui?. 11. A special diss patch to the Ajieil from Helena, Ark., was received ut 8::!0 Hi is morning, ami says : At 11 o'clock last night, three Indies ami two gentlemen arrived heie from Austin, Miss., in a hk i it, and re port considerable fighting uoing on lute yesterday evening. The. com inunder of the post, whose name we did not learn, dispatched a scout of twenty-five men on ttie road to Cold water Station, on the Mississippi and Tennessee railroad, und captured the packet of twenty negroes, who were Htationed about twenty miles from the town, and brought them in an pris oners and disarmed them, one of them as they were being put into the Court House yard, tried to make his esape, when he was fired upon und killed, and in a mele...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 19 August 1874

Jlnoibillt Mcchln romclc : tcbittsirari, aigust 19, 1874. THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19, 1874. f From Daily Chronicle of Aug 13.1 SPEAKLNG AT KINGSTON COL.TIIOUNBIIU.II AUJl l)(;K IKllK The First Hit .f the t'aniiiiti I he Real lii- of the iiin-i Ivll Rlg-ritsln Hnuquii'a tJhont Krpelllnic Ihu "Holt ImiM-iirhiiieiil," c, Ac, Tuesday at twelve o'clock, the hour for adjournment of Court having been Agreed upon, by the riviil cnudidulec for Congress, in which to commence the discussion before the people of their respective claims, the Court House was filled with a crowd of eager lis teners, each anxious to hear for himself the position each occupied on those questions of public interest that now attract such general attention. Both gentlemen had agreed on a division of the brief time allowed by Judge Hall, between tne adjournment of the Court at 12 o'clock and the hour of resuming, half-past one p. in., which (five each three-quarters of au hour's time, which was sub divid...

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. — 19 August 1874

iK Jlnoibille MctMn omelr. ftUtmcstun, lugust 19, 1874. WMRnTOJ COVUTT POLITICS DWaaiarAiJe DnlIH to NMhvllla iMtrnclcd Far Dorscy B. Thsmss. JoNwnoRo', Tenn., Aug. 11, '74. Editors Chronicle: Circuit Court is in pesHion at this place, Hon. K. E. Gillfii waters tirealiling. A large num ber of (lersous were prevent during the day. JuilgeOillen waters adjourned Court after Impaiinellii"; the Grand Jury, in order to give the candidates for the Senute and Legislature an opportunity to air their eloquence, which they concluded not to occupy Judge (.iillenwatera addretwcd a large uudietice in a rpeech of two hourr, full of trutlisauil beautiful rhetoric. He gK)ke encouiagingly to the UrungeiM and expressed a deep, earnest sympa thy for the down trodden and oppress ed laborer, which had a soothing eflect on quite a nuinlier of the horny hand ed yeomanry, who slept soundly dur ing the entire discnurse. Col. Geo. Mo Clellan, Drmncraticcaiididate for Cmi Kress, then uildre-sed the audience In...

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. — 19 August 1874

Itaoifrilb Wiitd$ panultl Witowtozji, August 13, 1874. 4 THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. RULE & KICKS, Publishers, dumber 19 Market Flaee, Ent Side TtJtMHor RrnftcniPTiox. )a ("pj't on ycnr,... t- 00 "ne C'lT. 'ix month? 1 X Tn copies onoye.ir - IS 00 Tentv onpicB, one roar SO X WKDNKSDAY, AUGUST 19, 1K74. T H K (iiuijiiiiiin luonidc We will send the Wekkly Chron icle during the present Congressional Campaign up to and including the Weekly of November lsth, giving the COMPLETE RETURNS of the great November election FOR FIFTY CENTS. Send in the Tames. Now is the time to subscribe and get all the news of the Canvass. A fuse occurred at White Sulphur Springs on Sunday morning, destroy ing property to the amount of ten thousand dollars. 4n We give elsewhere an explanation of the actiou of the District Columbia Commissioners, in re-organizing the School Hoard of the City of Washing ton. The cry of " mixed schools" is unotlier " campaign story." Tiik Clarksville Tobacco Leaf says that in the re...

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. — 19 August 1874

Snoittllf Mcchlfi dtyonult : t&mfi&aj, injust 10, 1874. THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. HPEi'IMEN COPIES Of th CnROKlCLI mailed Tree to any ftddres on application. Rale of Advertising- lu Weekly. Ten linos, or less, lolid. to constitute it square. I . !. H S'AI't. ii W M I I 1 80 8 fiO $ 4 Ml I Nl J mi !15 0() 'Sninreji 3 (KJl 6(Kli M 111 ftll 1H .'HI1 V7 (HI ?uuanw: 4 f 9 (HI, 11 Nil 14 f0 iM 5li, 37 Ml ?SnmiTf( 6 "0 11 Mi 14 Oil! 14 (Kil Sil ml 4S 00 iShurtm.i 7 50 'H 00 IS 50' 28 00 3K0Oi 55 50 H rt ''II oi k km.aruf.d pape. A Word To Otir slenders anil Friend We send our readers the Chronicle eirht cuumns larger than heretofore. IT IS THE LARGEST PAPER EVER PUBLISHED IX EAST TENNESSEE, aud it has cost us much money to make the Improvement. We give our readers very much more read ing matter, hut there I XO IN REASE IX THE PRICE. It is the cheapest paper published. In return we ask our readsrs to help us by send lug us new subscribers- Let every reader send us one new subscriber Can...

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. — 19 August 1874

yinoibilU ffittthln nmtlc : fttontsfcan, August 1ST, 1874. THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10. 1S74. Isham O. Harris leone of the dele gates from Shelby county to the Nash Tille Deinocrutic Convention next week. " A little lea'ii leaveneth the whole lump." The Nashville Manner is heartily In favor of the re election of Cnrl Schurz to the Senate from Mi.mouri. We have been listening for the Union and American to inquire how Mr. Bcburz stand!) on the Civil Klitht question. ea We notice our friend, Dr. J. Nut Lyle, of Jeirenton county, succeeded in electing li is friend the "dwarf candi date" for lleftister hy a lure ninjurily. So far as we know thcni, Jt-'IV rson ha chosen good oilleers. ,he deserves them, for blie is one of the best counties in the State. Thk Irish patriot John Mitchell has arrived at Cork, where his recep tion is s'lid t' have been a perfect ova tion. Whether we admire his judg ment or not, we are bound to a ltuire the boldness of a man who takes the steps h...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 19 August 1874

$wtbtk MMlg flftrcnSiIt: Mtbiusban, August 1ST, 187a. Tlie rrolnrlion ar Batter, At the late convention of dairymen ami tlenlcm at Indianapolis more thau fifty ecsays were eut in to compete for the premiums offered by Mr. D. y Duke. The Jiulliilo Courier says 'that Mr. X. A. Willani will probably be the suctreHful competitor. His e-cny wiis fublifly read, unit in it, Recording to the Courier, he " ectimated the prem-nt annual production of butter in tlie Ullited btateH lit le-j tliuu TOIl.tHIO 000 pound. In ISoO it was a little o'ver J13,000,lMKl pounds. I en years later it had reached nearly .jiio.o i.ihiu pound the annual Increasebeiiifr about iM.cmhi tWO pounds. Jn l.s-), if our population luciruBfj mi me, tame latio us. (iuiinir fllO 111: ilitnailn .i-..:!. i " ...........,,,. v , ....-uun ureii ;'iiutooo pound 10 suppply Hie demand iuo unueu i-nates alone, lie puke of nur people as ueiiiK excessive unite eaters, and tlieu pointcil out tmu tin is no product which oilers better n...

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. — 19 August 1874

UnorbilU cfttcehln jjromtlc : 4&cbncsbnn, August 19, 1874. s SiOT I.OSI. Being rooted liko trees in otic place. Our bruin fuliaee tossed Like the leaves of tho trees tlmt are caught By the four winds of heaven, some, thought Jilows out of the world into space And soenu lost. We fret, the mind labors, heart Weeds j We believe nnd we four, We believe and we hope, in a lie. Or a truth ; or we doubt till wo die, l'urhlindly examining creeds With a sneer. To life, we apnly an inch rule And to its bestower : Each to self an infallible priest, Kach struts to tho top of the feast. And says to bis brother, "Thou fool I io down lower." But fall'n like trees from our place Hid, imbedded, enmossod Our dead leaves are rakod up fur mould ; And some that were sun-ripe and Rold, Blown out of the world into space, Are not lost. tcmiUan' Magazine. TILTOX-BEECHER. Heeelier wild lie had i Id himaelf of white bs marble with closed eyes Bi In a great Imrdeti, and wan now going lo a trutire, and with ...

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. — 26 August 1874

VOL. V. KNOXVILLE, TENN.: WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 2Cf IS74. NO. 22 LATEST NEWS BY TELEGRAPH. A SERIOUS ACCIDENT IX CIIATTANOOCA. A Span of Horses Runs Away on Lookout Mountain. 1r. .1 N. Mllisi. liilli il ntul Tuo Ollirr Seriously Injured. si ci to C illusion:. Cl I ATT AN i lot; A, Auk. -1, (:.".. 1". M. A spun of horses attached ton double seated buggy cot. laming J. S. Will-e and Jus. F. J ifC':uitp, liutli of this city, ills') two other (jciitlcnien from New York, ran oil while coming down Mi.-sioiury Hid,'.- this afternoon, kill ing Mr. Wilts.' iu-liiiitiy, ami sei iousiy i ni mi i) one of the New York gentle men. -SMCI ATl ll t'l:!'- I I - TATCl! 1 ClIA l l ANOOdA, All'.'. L'l. Mr. J moll S. Wi.lse, a iau yer fnrmeily .i. Mich igan, one of I he most inline lit lu I citi zens, was instantly killed this alter noon, his hoisis in 1 1 ni n away ami throwing; l.im against a loin e ami breaking his neck. liEECII ER- TILTON-3I0UL-TOX. Opinion of tho Now York Press on Moultou's Statement. X...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 26 August 1874

Unovoillc OciUchlu Ibvonidc : iiijlclmcsoan. August 2l. 167-i. M I 1 1 II II I II T THE WEEKLY UllHOKlCLK WKDNKDAV, AUGUST 174. THORXBIKG1I AM) HOIK M.lRYYILLSi AT DEC vi iokv nut lit IM.II. Tbe rmiillnir Kill hii.i lr..,..ny IFr m D ilr Chronicle of Ant-. 10 1 A lart;u mnuler at the Court Hoti-o f viitrrs usmiiI!viI ! iniir-l rni-f rev-mio by imsi". hu-i i m in Marvvilitf ! v. r taxniu' wlii"l;.v. lni!r. is- im, Mondnyto li-tciito U Joint ili-rus-iim between Hon. J. M. 'I liornlmruli ami Judge Houk, on dm tliu ('iinjen-i nial i issues. Jiuluu Hunk opentil tlie de bate. We ilo not profes to Kive " full repot t of lii spl-t'fli. We (:ive only un outline of it, but presetr bis points fu'iiy uiul not garbled. SYNOPSIS OK HOIK'S H'KWII. He opilii'tt by uUrnlim to UU e-irl.v life in his native county of lllouiit. He bi'loiitfHil to the iiriny, imil uf i-r-wanls to the oriftimil mnel of Kepub licaiiH in K i.-t Tt-niu's-M-e. IK- p.iiht be broken up, prouml over, mill nia.le BOluetliin;; el...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 26 August 1874

JhM'billc colcchlp Cbronitic: Klct)ncst)anf uoust SG, 187-1. TE It'll KIIV IX HI I Tl I I ,r i.i mk. 4rirnnlv:nli4it nl ilie lntlmin Anir Till I.urtfo AilniclniM-r, A-r. LlMKSTuXK, K. T., Ann. IS, 1ST 1. Tin: Teachers' Institute for the Is! Congressltiiiiil Dltrii't of Ti'iiiiosi'e met liereyi'steiilay in tlie hull if Iiitne- stoue Aciiclt iiiy, Tile Institute wiih ealitil to order nt 10A.M. I'rof. II. Prenell then in.ule some reiriniU. explaining tl nljeet of the Institute, Hhtiwlnp; that these meetings are the best substitutes we have for noiniiil training of tern-horn. The Institute then entered upon the election of ollleers for n temporary nr gnuizution, with the followinu result : l'rof. 11. l'resnell, l'nsident ; l'rof. W. A. Kelson, Vice President; W. H. l'erkins, eoretary, and O. M. Jlrab non Assistant Secretary. Kxeeutive Committee l'rof. 11. l'resiiell, li. C. Peoples, J. 15. Pence. I'ritic for the day Prof. J. I!. Pence. Prof. Sliurpe was appoiiited on the Committee of Kn...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 26 August 1874

THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. RULE & RICKS, Publishers, Xumbcr 1!) Mark ft Vlavc, East Side TUHMH OF MnMlUI'TIOV. One copy, one year Ooecoi-y, (ii months It (0 1 l r, on :io (vi Taooiic, urn? year Trent? coj irfi, one yc.tr WEDNESDAY, AI'IH'ST 1M, 1ST 1. t n e We will -t ii I the Wki K'l.Y Ciir.oN H l.v. during the pre-cut t'nuarcsii1 tj.il mils i up to and iiii-'u-Sii g l! Wc.-klv f November 1 : !i. u'i vi n g the COMPLETE KETI'KN of tin great Nii'.'i mi rr eb t ;: Fon fifty cz-.rz. Send in the fatties. Now ; the time to subsi-1 il, ' and ,o t ad the rev nf 1 1 ':lliv;.-. REPUBLICAN STATE CJNVi-STIJN. J lie l.'.'i'Uiii.eaii 'a'.- I .m cut ive i: Commi tee h r c eal'ed a .-tad- ('in vention, to Intel a! ( 'liattaiinej. a mi Wednesday, the lii.h day of S',,tei.i ber next. TllKHK WKllK titjhte. ll fnuutiis t,f East Tetine.-see unrepresented in the late Democratic Convention. It ti: ay lie very convenient hereafter for i's candidate to claim lhat in East Ten nessee, that K) many rf its c i...

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