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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 26 August 1874

Jtnofbillc (tfltchln Cbronit(c: cTcllcbncsttnp, gat gust 26,1874. 5 THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. st'tx mr.x orii.K t o.t CmnmcLi mniltd tree to any niilren nil BT ""ii. Kitlr r (IvrrllaliiK In Wn kl.v. Ton linen, or lc?, ntnl. lo onnttitute a s'litnrc. S 1 Ml J :l Ml $ 4 f,u J fi U f (I Oil mi :i mi mi s ;,n in f,i p; mi g- ,, ' 4 fill ( nil M ,-n H r.n j:i r,c m? su 1 d hi 11 fji 14 (in; i t mi mi nn if, (hi 7 ftc 11 lid ii fni ;;n J., ;,, sniiarr.. ' "inure." 'Siuitrcs square --omre-i OIK I.M.tlMJI 1 l'A!-. A Wmil To our tto-Mlcr- nil I'rlrinl We send run- readers Ihe I'll liitMi l.i; ritht ntumim larger than heretofore. it is tiik lakgkst papkr fvf.r itp.lisiikd in fast TKXXKS-'KK, mill it huseo-t us much money tu make t he improvement. We give our renders crj huirh more nml inn m liter, Imt the iv is NO IX- ukak ix tiii: prick, it n the cheapest paper published. n return we ask our read -in to help in liy send ing us new subscriber- Let every render soul us one new svli-nrilier Can you...

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. — 26 August 1874

novbillc ((!Uclln ebromclc : 'rtmcsuan,. August QG, 1871. ;.jujag'KuiiiyiMiitwr3-'iBn. AN EMPHATIC DENIAL. WHO IS THE CORRUPT MAN t THEWEKKLY CHKOXICLE. . --- . -- Jtv , report i-f the s :Ahii ttl 1" the discussion ill Loudon on the VKINKsn.V, AUUUT lsT I. ! Mary villi, on tli.- lTlli, it will be hi on l'':h, Col. Tliornburgh called attention " i that Jinlue Honk made nil opt n a".d t . Hit undisputed statement Hint TiiR Hebrew residents of Nashville 1 hitter attack on Mr. Win. Utile, one of Jn l;.'e Houk had been offered u large liave just dedicate! ti fine m w -viia- ; the editor, of this paper. The ncca-ion bribe, to change 111 vole on Hie most j gngue. lor Ins til ade was the rtanngoi u iei- mu'hui imwun iuc ii j (t,r a,i,i,.( .,,,1 l;1 (. Thornburgli on ' Mature, of which lie was a nietnher. Hon. X. O. T.Wl.on is spoken of us ' lhe ( ut,Ul)M of Judge's change of; It if not charged Hint he accepted that a prooie cannula v, .10111 .isitills what j known n Hie the 1st district. Ti...

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. — 26 August 1874

. itnovbtllc flotcchln (L'hroniclc: (Kilcuiusta, August Qli, 1871, Til ! The rinilorm llir.ticti U't tiitm llarimloii. A cpecial ilinpiitoli ti Arufonrhr. of Tliii'i- the M-uijiiiis morning, nays : The convention in I 1 1 1 in number whs Hie largest -ver nnn. bled in lleprciiilntive H ill. The sjn gularly limtinf 1Iihih f-n 1 1 1 r w i the voluminous) i-pi-eoli i f Hon. iustm-u A. Henry, of C!iu ksville. It v i en tirely irrelevant, and -melt uf Iln- fuiniinp ring. ii cIimms- MOI1 of Federal 1 i i i -a s de-n:d uf good (ense, und liix foiiileen eai'i o' jiolitletil li-irienncin exbihited without n Hini.!e llowi-r or -prii.' nt verdure, which was (levi ed in nil niiolpjry forUdnjr a Whin, and llit'oiuh out be occupied I he Hlt'tM of one whose position was in i iillict wit 1 1 his inteni ion. The pluti"i in subjoined is mii 11 1 ami humanly, rede-ined with only one rlenr-cul sentence opp'iin' th- in crease or luxat ;o'i. Kesolutiont of een 1 1 1 . re ,.f jj, I cliarncter Tor iov. lirn...

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. — 26 August 1874

jfinofbillt B&Jtthlg ptmtlti Mcimcstmn, August 2G, 1874. 3 homi: CIHCLK. THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE publishes in firry imnit fact about the soil, climate, pro ductions, price of lands,and admntaqc offered lo immiyrants in East 'Tennessee, These arti cles ore intended to afford reliable infonnation to stranqcrs, and are presired carefully, and afford the cheapen! ami most reliable infmma twn obtiituihle. Specimen copies of the jktivt ent on application. Eor terms see third jsijc. TO COnni:SPtyi)ESTS We desire ncv from all parts nf East Tennessee. Short and jtointfd letters, full f SF.WS, ore especially de sirable, lint as ve eannot rjirc to eaeh locality ur to eneh emit the space or prominence they sometime merit, lie btij our corresmdents to be brief. Write uhat you want in a far trords. Such communication ahcaus arc acceptable. We cannot lind time to re-write lonycommuni- cation. To catdene tltem is often iinftossibU' j in the hurry of our work, lie shortand spicy, i That i the secre...

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. — 2 September 1874

.A rYJ i VOL. V. KNOXVILLK, TENN. : WEDNESDAY. SEVTFMHEU 2, IS71. NO. 23 vt.kkly ciTnnxieu; tmhi;j,.- in iery i.inic facts about the soil, climate, pro 'i ctinus, prcr of htwh.nntl ah ti, t'i'!-- nli red i.,uniyra)its ?if 7( yViiicvw. 77csi' (ir-r-,'- nre intmdi'd to afford reliable information to : ranta:, and are prepared carifully, and if id a" chiapent ami ntvtt vcliulile iufnrmif (i I obtainable. Specimen copiis if the taper .-vat on annlication. lir te nji,s nee third pioje. to ( oni:i-:si'ori:rrsWc desire . front all part of Kast Tennessee. Short and pointed Utters, full of news, are especially de sirable. Jiut an v:e cannot giee ioeach locality tr to each event the tpnff or prominence they sometimes merit, ve bey our correspondents to l,r brief. Write v hat yon want in a file words. Sne eominuniraflonn altveiy arc acceptable. Il'c cannot find time to re-trritc longcommuni catinns. To condense them is often impossible ii the hurry oj oor work, lie shortand spicy. 2'luit is th...

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. — 2 September 1874

iuiciiniic ot'lcckh. Oronitle: cii'lcijncan, September 1, 167 THE WEEKLY OHHONTCLE WKDN'KSDAY, SEPT. -, 174. A-TVI) 1--A.lt M. THE rilOIIK K TKADK. rrprln ul l ull I rilo. Inquiry to-day ninong nieiiiln-r of the Produce Exchange led to gener ally hopeful expressions in regard to the full husiues-K, ultlnmali some con sidered it too early to make any defi nate jireilietions. JSeports in regard to the western wheat crop are conflict ing, but it is commonly believed to be alxmt the average yield, the expecta tions of an unusually heavy supply not having been fulfilled. In Kng land and on the continent of Europe the wheat crop is also said to he fully lip to the average, if not above, so that the heavy foreitn demand of last year is not ex"c(ed. For these reasons it is thought that the export of wheat will lie moderate, and the prices irener allv lower. The crop of Indian corn is reported i pood, and for this the f ireiiin demand , is active. 1' H vaul that t lie nay crop and the course...

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. — 2 September 1874

Jlwubillc ftalcchlit Chronicle: Mcuncsu-an, cpltmbcr 2, B7Yu ikom tiik i'ikst phtkut. Whnt n 4.lllomvntcr Mutt TliitiK l th Mlttntlmi. Kcti.kiihk, Te.vn., Alia. -, 7I. EniTims C'liitosiciiK: Tlu excite ment over the county eU-ctimi-t i'lis Imrilly been allowed to cool oil till we are called upon to enter into wlmt, it is believed, will prove one of the iiioct txcitiutf contests for the electiou of a member to Congress from this District that has occurred for several years. It is to be hoped, however, that the peo ple will not lose their judgment, but, while they very properly show a deep and fervid interest in the electiou of a Kepresentative, be on their guard against the tricks and treacherous plana which unscrupulous men will be likely to lay for the purpose of ensnaring the unwary, The two most prominent candidates before the people now, and to whom it is possible the contest will narrow down before the election, are Hon. It. H. Jiutler. our present member, aud Jud Uillenwaters....

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. — 2 September 1874

a - ' THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE RULE & RICKS, Publishers, Kumbcr 19 Market Place, Eant Side TERMS OF Kt'RM'IMPTIOX. 0 cory, one year 82 00 Oae copy, six month? 1 on T coricf, one year 15 00 Tnty enplen, one yenr 30 00 WEDNESDAY, KEPT. 2, 1S71. T H E aiiiKHEt Chronicle. We will mil! the Wkkkly Ihimx ici.e during the present Ciicrt"vIou:.l nrip tisii up to anil including tin; Wool November lSrli, giving Hie lo of CO M PLET E RET U R N" S. of the great November election FOr FIFTY CENTS. Seud in tin- rnnies. Now is the time to subscribe and pet all the news of the Canvass. Jitkii-: Hock's numerous circulars of a recent date entitle him to a place in the "Circular" family, anil hence forth he should be known as LEONI- DAS CIRCULAR HOUK! The Z'nion and American hears that " a race eonllict " is about to come oil' at Columbia, anrl with head and tail up it " snuffs the battle afar o II"." The Uanner correspondent pronounces the story a " gross and absurd exacgera tion." The negroes still li...

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. — 2 September 1874

HIE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. M'M IMKX 4 Ol'IKN f itii CirRuNici.r: mailed (re to Buy nudre (.n mn. I' . Rniin of ' Overusing; In WerM.r. Ten linrp, or lean, oliil. to roiiptituto a triuaro. S3 -. ' hACR. 5 1 f)l J SO 4 Ml J li SO J 9 (HI ps (') 'jiitirp.. Squares SnuiiTe -itinrf" 3 m i ti (HI S fm 10 fill 11 til i7 (II 4 Si i !l ("I 11 .'ill, II SO! VI o7 5(1 it Hi 7 fin 11 Ml U HO ' 14 Hi! Ill 50 :v) no 3; I '(V :s no i)i r KM.iuiiin rAi'i; A Word To Oiir k'leiiitcrit wild Frlnls We send our readers the Chuonici.i; iiiht oumnn larger than heretofore. IT IS THE LARGEST PA PER EVER PURLISHED IX EAST TENNESSEE, anil ithnscost us much money to make this Improvement. We give our renders very much more rend iiifi mutter, but there Is NO IX REASE IX THE PRICE. Tt 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 nubucrWer Can you not do it, render? If you can, you will be doing us a great favor and help build...

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. — 2 September 1874

iibiiic eclUckin 'ihvoniclc: &lci)ncsij;.n, i;cptfmbcr 1871. THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WKDNliSDAV, HFJ'. 2, 171. C'iIj. TiloiiNiiritoil wns :iiT(niiiii- ieJ to the mountains y Tlm.s.A.K.Nrl- won, Jr. Judiji? J luiik whs mvoini'im- ieil liy Julius X. Kay. - The political record of Juiige Houk, as n Republican, elr.cc the war, reeorils one bolt from the regular party nomination, ami lie is now on the grandest disorganizing scheme of his life. He lias held office; about alt the time since the war, and in return never loses an opportunity to disorganize the party when he can not have things his own way. '. - The old saying that one must go away from home to hear the news, ia illustrated in the following from the Chattanooga Commercial : "Geo. W. Mabry, a colored man, is n candidate for Congress in the Second District. Now the light becomes a triangular one." How will the "Grangers" like to have their candidate snuffed out in that way? The Commercial is unfortunate in its efforts to keep...

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. — 2 September 1874

linorbillc OOlcchln (Chronicle : $0Uonc-l? September ll, l W.MUPl W Jtk J. TP1 ,VK'. IWia't.tWJI'.1.1 '!'it "i f. mvw.iwkjiii lumm i ,twiw.(HaaM KLVITi KV ! A(K(. HY. Ill 4li'riiur Mill i . We lmvo puirlshfil (In- ".coitm: "f the riot. mid violence at I.-incux'or, Kentucky, (inv. Leslie -em wine State trixi)M (o LhucusIi r. The fjdiit mid animus) is iriveii , vr i'.i;nly 1m "llic following to tlif Vrjurit r Journnl : Many of tlio young men in tho rank', lliinkinjr they had eoine especially to Unlit riotous negroes, were ulnioft biio'tinp with impatience, rn anxious were they to drw h bead and pull n trigger. When Hie skirmishers had advanced ton proper distance the column of .uldiers, with I glittering pun mid bristling bayonets, moved forward, MARCHING TO IIIK Tl'SK OFMXIK. The music and the henvv trump of feet' were tho only ouniU that broke tlie still ness of tlio early Sunday inoriiinj;. The troops got ieac!ilile poesewsion of the city nnil when order wa retorid the origin of th...

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. — 2 September 1874

Jhuubtllt Wttlxh ixmxtt: SMctmcsiK.n, September 1871 8 II03IK ciucli:. TF.4 iiiirv I.VNTITI TD AT ji.hy oixitlerniilp Intrrot Manila vl anil tiJoiiil Arruinitll'iiti'at, Mossy Crkkk, Au. 2, 171. Kpmoks Ciikosiclk: J I l i i 17 y.u will pi vi? room in the cnlmini. r youi inter. -tine; 11ml widely urciilalcd I"",' f,r 11 partial reiamt cf the edue:i- I . . Hi a ' i 11 U'l '! h ut this (duct-, we iro feed In tin' folhm iir' M:it''iuciit, which we i.i ; i' ui.l whow to a'l who read it that tU' H"")le nt" our 1 nmniiiiiity tire liiit totally blind to their best interests A Tiiii'lier' I nx'iluU' w Hd inyaliiz"d ill !;.. M:iHun;o 3 1 ill. Mo-y Creek, Trmj.. Ann. -7, 1571 On lii'itiiin, Kev. Je.--e Kafci r va culled t't the chair, .-u.d Hie I list ikite 1 r-xveded !i tin' election nt tin- I'ulluw i:ii ('facers : I'.cv. .1 fsi itaker. lVishh i.t : Major A. J. Mount. 'a-tle, Vice President ; T. II. Smith, Kecordinrr Seen tury, iitnl F. II. C'iMipi'r, Assistant Secretary. 1'rr.f. l'r.'-ticll ...

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. — 9 September 1874

A hi i in ii VOL. V. KNOXVILLE, TENN. : WEDNESDAY. SEl'TI-MBER 0, 387-1. NO. 24 Congressional Delegates from Five Counties. TIIOKXBI nJII VK IIIHIIII S AM. Ai.n mi: Lixr. Jefferson, Union, Roan and Monroe Counties Instruct for Him. lo.dop fu.ty. Even A-nds, frlsndly Ielep-ate. We present below special dispatches from three, and official reports from two County Conventions held yester day. As will be seen all instruct tnelr delegates for Thornburgb, excopt Lou don. Even there, delegates from what was supposed to be Judge Houk's stronghold, are claimed for Thorn burgh, Our special reports are as fol lows: Result in Monroe County. fiprclal to the Chronicle. Swektwatkk, Sept. 7th, 8 I, ii. The Republican Convention for Monroe county met to day in Madi sonville, and was largely attended. The delegates instructed for Thorn burgh, without a dissenting voice, harmony prevailing. Will send copy of proceedings to-morrow. j. v.o. Good News from loudon County. Mperlal to the Chronicle. Loudon, ...

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. — 9 September 1874

Jtooibille Meekly (kjjromclt : (ftUtmcstrnj), September a, 1871. THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE WKDXESDAY, SEPT. 9, 1S74. I'Ii:LI AM) I-'WICM. M ifole Manure anil Mine. I'.l'li'iiis CiiunMn.K: Is not jour l'oweir station correspond nt in er ror iu stating tliat so k 'd " firmer us Mr. Moltsfus puts lime on his stable manure, or dues lie mi-an tostiy Unit lie only puts lime on tlx refuse ureon fod der' und stalks? Miwt lVniisj lvania fanners know ly practical expel deuce that common burnt lime put on s'nhle manure deprives it of mueli of i t? value ; the scientific reason is that common lime contains more or less carbonic acid; the uret uctive principle of slahle manure is ammonia ; carbonic acid has a itreater allltiity for the am monia than for the lime, hence it leave." the lalter and Hikes up wnli the former, then united '.villi ammonia, the carbonic acid forms carbonate of ammonia ; this chemical is volatile and will. pass oil into the air. Com mini swelling halts is an instance of this a...

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. — 9 September 1874

jtiwKbillc &Uchlg Chronicle: culctinestjan, September 9, .87-1. KilOM ro KLlS STATION. JrtH I rull Crop.. Klh Mitnrt lrnril. ftrhuol I'rovptrfn. PowkmAs Station, Sept. 21, '74. Kditoiis I'm konk i.k : We liHve Jut hiul a line rn in, which Iiiih put the grniiinl in incclieiit plnvvliitfiirdiT and we expt'Ct to nn a jrri'itt dual of plow ing for wheat now. Many n plow whs waiting for tlila ruin. We pre'lict n heavy wliciit kowIiik fir tliN full. Our fiirmera are now limliui out that wheat growinx makes them more money than any other uriiln erop, ami they nlso Hn.l that they can inerea-e ihe prain by plowing the munil deep, oultivaliiiy it well lielure sowing, and then sowin; witli a drill. Never belore were our people hi cu ger to Kive nMlieir fruit erop. Tliey are drynic, eanmiiL', pre-elviinr and freparing it in every way to nave it. jHst year' failure In the fruit line taught them a valuable Ii-snoii, i.nd a large nnijority of tlieni will tliinjyear prepare tuoyear'a (supply. T...

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. — 9 September 1874

Ylnoibillc (uflcchln -Lbiomtlc: tcncstiaii, September 0, 18?5l. 'IHKWEEKLY CHRONICLE. RULE & KICKS, Publishers, Sumlii r Id Market Place, East Side II KMt Of MUM KIPTION. '.of -"i'y. imo Je.ir, 62 00 otm ,?"i-v. six months 100 Ten ri ies, one year 15 00 Ten!y coi.ics, one year 30 00 WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 1S74. SENATOR BH0WSL0 W'3 LEIIiK. T H E Campaign Chronicle. We will send the Weekly Chron icle during the present CoiircKNionnl Campaign up to niid including the Weekly of November ISth, giving the COMPLETE RETURNS of the great November election FOR FIFTY CENTS. Send in the panics. Now is the time to subscribe anil get all the news of the Canva-s. The Prrs and Herald clings to its Bourbon. It can't take Porter. The new .State Central Committee isappointed, and the Knox ville clique is not represented on it. It was not for Porter. Hob Hood, of Maryville, is the king bee. Henderson is meeting with unex pected opposition in his Congressional a-nirutions. The Knoxville ring of three don'...

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. — 9 September 1874

Atnorbillc UUthh) Cbronitlc : Mciwcsto, September 0, 1874. 5 t 1 : 9 V J 4 (k Til E WEEKLY CHRONICLE fiPM'I.WEX OIll H 't tn CHiiomrLK mailed Iroe to ur.r artdrcs on Bpit'i-M'i i, Khi or tflvrrliliK In Weekly. Tenlinei. ur lens, solid, to constitute a siiunro. Till: ON;Rf SM t. AWASS. : H Sum. s e s-'iiuar.. Snuarw Squares c-ijuare squares I 1 (HI 3 nO 4 fl 6 M t 9 (10 1S He. 3 IHJ 6 (HI, M )o r-lt , M , 4 Nl. H (HI 11 ;.o n j, o;i s,,. ;!7 M J mi; 11 M 14 (n, in (,( a, 45 , 7 511 14 Oil' 16 5i, 2 00: sj so so otn t itv si iiiiodi. Iiiilinrlnut Nlnlltt l- rniniinrnlltr Cost. Ac. t Annual R"iort of Ol R I5.l,tt ll PAI'E A Word T Onr Rewler nml Fi-leiuM We send our readers theCJlKoNKLK fifhtcoumm larger than heretofore. IT IS THE LARGEST PAPER EVER, PUBLISHED IX EAST TENNESSEE, and it has co.it us much money to make the improvement. We five our readers very much more read ing matter, but there Is NO IN REASE IN THE PRICE. It i4 the cheapest paper published. In return we ask our reader...

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. — 9 September 1874

iAnovbillc iatcchln ibromtlc: tfttrtmcstouj, September li 0, 1874. THE WEEKLY CHHOXK'LE. WEDXKSDAV, SKI. !, ls:l. THE MEKCY OF OUK SILENCE I'll K ('it ciiiiiu'i Timts : " t lie 0vri r-.ioiirnal attacks tin1 Kentucky riots Willi double-leaded editorial. Double lemh d lint jru iiw urxl imikets are t);i' t ru"t w apiiltw." - JriKiK HotK ha fniir organ now three weekly and niiv ilnily, the J'n nn find Hi rahl of t lit-, city, lie must he in opulent oireuni-tuucen tosiippiut so ninny papi i. nv. Himwn's ':' l.miii'ioM is timely, iin.l contains some wholesome truths for U'di oomitit s (lib-oil and Fayette. It i ru'lnr plain t 1 1 ix to the civil ollieeis nf lhn-e eniint ;... Mm JeH'c! pllbii selec! ( 'on v nko::, Loud hi, -on ami Sevier ci cm t 'niiveti' ions d.-lcu ,t.-s to tli ' lltinn. It auc, 1'iiion, unities, hold Re next Monday In !' 'niiL'ri s-iot;:i! d I fvlcr n of Cut.. Tll'itSN r.r K : It Is :i r"Mi;i in the c.tnvass nf .Tellers. m and S e,mnti"s !v ll-nry 'i'. (.'ooper, s. ien....

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. — 9 September 1874

t 1IIE 4 ;Kt:SMOK il, CANVAS. Tho Urnnurr nii.liitnie lRk Arrtirc nt linnet rlilue. i I Mn" i A throe (nmornl I'litln llnnlt, Mn lir.v rimI lMiioi'riii .v Aitiiiiiol I lioriiliitfHti. 1'roiu KnoxviiM H.rlr Chroi.lclr. Fet. -1 ) Tlie Conj;re(.-IiiiiMl diu'ii-rimi nt IJandride on Tin-ailay, the 1-t Inst., wtis enlivened liy tlie npppriiwe of the Democratic (IrHiicr I'niitllilate, Col. Ceo. V. Miiliry, one of Knox county's incut intelligent and iimliitinus I'm r niers. We make th following report from private letter ninl notes s-e t t us Ly partii-a n-in were piv-ent : Heretofore Col. Tliuriiiuirgli I in had Houk: and his Democratic latter day reforms to contend with, but now Houk and Mabry liavw lmke.1 hands to lieat the " Litt'le tiiant." from report". Mttlity'is appearance on the stump only serves to unmaxk Houk's Democratic mipport and make It more and more apparent that he is now rourtintr the Democratic rather than the Republican vote. TIIK MSCUSSION. At l::u, I'. M , Colonel Tho...

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. — 9 September 1874

JhwifrUlt ft&lcdiln tyxomtk : Stoncsbajr, jStpttrntor 0, 1874. s HOME CHICLE. lABKWH.I,! rt'rer "red for the Chronicle by a ji uok l'rofu tional J One short, sweet summer hour For mo thou hut made glad, hiding thy I w or. Wouldst lliou could hide it now! dark seems the dv. Thou take-t iny lieurl away. I could not bid you go! Too durk the iiij?lit when lot tho sunset's plow. But greater brigliti.e." 1 ; 1-i r 1 15 - nioro (loop regret A bright sun set.- Ihe stun in jot. I would not bid yen stny ! Kach hour but adds un'.o tlij sovereign sway. Yet, gone! Thou hunt taken my heart and left but tear., ily love, and left but fears. Yet, still I have the- past: And though my sky i with this cloud u'ercHMt, Gaining new strength with every dnrkoned ray, I'll tread the allotted way, And wait. The winds may bring These words to me with some awakening Spring : " Mourn not the time I took thy heart away, Take mine thine I II keep alway ! ' H10JI Til It FlK.vr IHSTUUT. A fintior M Mil On S.lll...

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