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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 16 September 1874

mw$tmlt vol. v. KNOXVILLE, TENN. : WEDNESDAY. SEPT KM HER 1G, IS74. NO. 25 rrSIHUNTING THE MURDERERS rfurwtw, price of hneU,and adrantaqet otfereil', in imMwmn.li V M.J .v ....in ,.. j...i jdin'n.i'r. j fiirteurff cfr are intended to afford reliable information In ttranqcrt, and are prepared tarrfully, am' afford tiie theapert and mod reliable informa Uon obtainable. Specimen copien of the jm;if) teitt on aitntiealion. J'or tcrmt nee third wie . TO COnm:svoyr)i:XTSMred,irennrX Cincinnati, Sept. 9.-A special dis from all partu of ljwt Tcnncw. Short (n.'fit-U pays (iov. Brown arrived at pointed te!irr, fidl of news, ore t7frMf,r-MMt'mphis yesterday from Trenton, the limbic. Hut an uv cannot iive toeaehlocalililcviw of I he late masked murderers' or to each crent the. tnace or prominence I, i h- 'pt rat ions. J le says (hat the onnvio unnctimej merit, vc u-,7 our corre.pm!en!x lection of respectable persons In Trenton be brief. ItV.'c i'7ttf yon iranl in a facvoril.', that only li ve n...

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. — 16 September 1874

linomiiic (LUchln (Cjjromtlc : (KUbncsbim, September 16, 1371. I TKK FK'JM AviIIVILLE. KA8T Tl-XNKSMCK MVS l'HK WEEKLY CHIJOMCLK. vny:i ay, skit, ik, ist4. tPlil In I iirm lailmr. Tin- ainoiiiit nf niiisci,' Ui.it '-iii In. -I 1 1 l.V :i J 1 1 ' I H i I l I I'., if i- SS-ili.il 1 - Ho t HiiJhp la-taj I'l'i- At1. i A cm it-si'iimlt-id "t' (lit- J'rm tn til j luirimr, ( i'lill.,d,-l Ilia i'ii. hi.w I'f tl'H'H 1!. unl ( a i ..annelid him I litr.ir.' . In Hi.- ,-..i,-..-r.i: I .ii .Hi I iajil.i 1- n ti. f n ; . a i. t'Vl-. I lllll in f"". :fifi- i:i: rati ! ft iu jin on ll' 1 1 i 1 l-l V, I'M' a!. .HI' to Wll la S Hi IT i I-. ' ll. 1- :,., ti 1 Use. I, i! is a. 111'. i -;- !..-, T!i. . iiiti IMl-i'I t IiRI'Vi -I is 1 tin' ruiiiviit fur 'ii-inn-! . i 'i "i'v. Hi.-r.. N or wicked opportunity, .ill I'- .villi -(lit ilMT. , "V . i'i 1 "11 Mm I mi is "al;.. i: I. j HV SS III"! -Imiti.'ilU several 1 1 i-Vl'I. Ia- I 11 I till', I a.-. i :.. t r -si" d i.a 1 l he i SV I. il .. I ' 1 ' I'". t ki...

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. — 16 September 1874

Jlinotbillc ciiUchln Chronicle : CO Utmost,;!?, September 1(5. I- I: I li 3 1 ointu;.:. A Calm Hoviow of tlm Origia and i Facts About Thorn. j 4 Nnn I" irtl:ui I I, n ii f Tiifiir runs)-. ! Tin; foil i inn letter from .MciiiliiH, T ntien-ee, is fivni u hislily respected 'Old Iiiim Wiii;," ninl InMii'Miiml s'eiitleinun, n. native nf Memphis, and we I n vlto ultvn I ; n to the sn'i- r facts he mi clfur I v iiresi nts : THE '1 KI'NTnN HI ASS A ( !! I. KlUTOHK ('H!WN( ,- ; I huvi. (HO- I !''"- I two tliiiic.s i.i l'.',;.i!.l lo the. I Trwi'mi m;;-.-.u -i-, to-wit : Fin!, th-it i the i,. i-ii-tr.it;irs of this foul crime! M dtlid liever lil' III est.-d. S.'Colnllv. if I arrcs'eil, would ! n-v, J ills would ""( in. :ii ( i l -o!d I' i, 'I uiiwttl iat. Hilt ll'l U.-l I'N.I III i li I w upon '.v!i:,: IlKili.ll'I'V l'Ul-,1,1 i;. I i' I:,- coin I-' c, I i l.o d th-ehtt'-it ion, the fa ii liUli'. ITMUlllls i- ; 'tiU'MV 1. That ilfl.i'ui'il iiinr- III P. li-r .-illZi 1, i- In en :i v. Iiuii set...

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. — 16 September 1874

4 I ii 1 1 ii ii in i ii ii nil imnwuniiiwif TTimnrmiirr tup ui?n:i v riiiMWiri r ! RULE & RICKS, Publishers, Number in Market Place, Pa-t Side V - -- Ti:nn.H or M"bshii-ti--. One copy, one year $- 00 On copy, pix mouths 100 Tan copies, one year 1 o0 Twenty oniaes, one yenr 30 Oo -WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 10. -S71. T H K Campania Chronicle. We will send the AVki ki y I'iiimx ICLK (hiring the present Con? i r!o:i;il aiinit!iTi up ti ami including t ho Wceklv of November lS:ii, v i n lt th" COMPLETE RETTKNS of the great November election FOR FIFTY CENTS. Semi in the rallies. Now is the time to subscribe and get all the news of the Canvass. C'hikk JrsTicE Nn holson made a speech at Columbia, Tennessee, de nouncing the lawlessness in the South, TlIU ClI ATTAXOOHA C'lUIUICfrlal thinks Hon. Hornce Mayuard the probable Republican caudidate for Governor. If Mnynard gets to speak ing, the lkuiocrats will need some thing stronger than Porter. Ik Hr:M)KH.soN can fool the people ou the Civil Rinhts...

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. — 16 September 1874

'"lift ill . jftwtfbillc uUthb cChvoniric: ealctmcDan, September 10, 187-1. 5 MM U vi IHE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. M'H IMKS OPIJIS ! thp CuRnxirLK tuailcj free to nr.y adilrcs on ipj'l Mmn. Ilntr or il vrrllaliiK In Weekly. Ten lines, or low. fnliil. to ponjtitut a fnuare. Niuare.. fnuarec .lUHrrt 3 1 Ml 8 3 so $ 4 So J (i ,Sn it (hi (io ;i tKi 6 ihi s fin in f. i .m. 7 tn : 4 M ) Ini 1 mi 14 ft, :$ v &7 Ni i 6 (HI 11 f. H (h i 1 S HI ;) iiu 4 id : 7 f0. 14 (Ml1 Iti ,rir 2h IH 3ii ,M) 65 50 Truui The Knoxville l)r.ii- Chn.iii.'lr. Si-it. 1 Mr. I rcilcrli U IIiiIc'k t'unprnl. Yesterday morning by M o'clock u large number of fricnds'uiul relatives gathered at the residence of Mr. J'red erick Itule.six miles south of the river, and unions tlietn quite a number of personal friends from this city. The funeral service's wen. condtic!ed by Rev. J. J'", Sper.ce, :uid utter a prayer nt the residence, I lie remains were taken to New Salem Church, where the funeral sermon was preached. The buildi...

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. — 16 September 1874

U ilnovtuiic c'tltcchln 'iTlnomtlc : (Lalrtmc&iKin, tptcmbcv Hi, 1371. THE WEEK LY CI IKON I CLE. WEDNKSDAY, BK1'. Hi, 174. TlIK KINK OK TM R K K have put Hell ilerson out us (If. Pcinicrulie eantlhhite. Considering that their ch11h mine buck unsigned, it look ii little presumptu ous in lb. em to dietat? who shall lie the parly t'niididute. t'ol. Mabry docs not propose to have u little 1 i . j n e in Knoxvill.) dictate In I lie f iimels of the district who shall he their ciiididate. Tin: lite Democratic Candida' county ollices who paid the '-,-. Jfcraltl ten cent- per Un.- 1'or its 1 editori-ils, inghi.C the ja'.i iots i coun'y to vn'.f lor Hum, nr.; an to know luav niueii ilouk p i.vs ! heavy editorial jull-. Mabry s say the reus in his iii'tiecs an--, ii that he ha-n'i. e.imo d,,vn wit. 'S f!i' I Ull'.l ; ' ,IV f the ;io'is few, tee- greenback.). ,k llEJJiiKf.Mix w'.Mtiai path i.ti ;' the long call!, ioc. uie i.i !r..iu tiie coun try, Ijv iiiri ul: him to run fo: .Vii.-;..--. ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 16 September 1874

Jkoibillc aalcfhln (Ojttmicle: Mrtmcstian, September Hi, 1873. ft! 1 m il'lil, -nui i:ii;s ok ru i n v(imn I I IONS. ni . Lars- nm .'nitons n If li llepi:-! ni ti lti'inMI-ii Ailiciio:; I'mri-i-ilim,, f.ip It-van.' y JV - utllciiti 'oti, .itika. Tin- l ' ii i v-!i i i ni"' ni 'li" CiM.it 1 Hons., hi lCin-tci. r 1 . 1 1 ! tj , Sept. : "111, 81 11 o'l'lo-jk, A. M., I'U'Hlritt til ' the all of KX'Tiitiv''CiM!"nl"i i'. ; ntid !::.'! 1 1 i,:id li.v ' alii.M- V,'. IT. !'!. 1 (o Uii' ( 'liuir. C. 1'. I'muse W; s up pointed H'(ri-t'i!,v. On tiioti m. 'i pinrnl"cf ri' !lv( , Hiiy ' three i a .whom ttvic pin pcnvi'i 1 1 ( m l, ' Was ilp.nillll-ll III M'li Vl ll.'lllVltl'" to the Stnte Cnnvi ntion, to In- he!. I nt ('lint iiiixvt ii, in. tli ' MUi iii't., nriil nl ho tu tin diiiirrtNii.iii.il C.nvi ntiuii, to lie l.eld in K iiiixviiie, uii iln- H M iiiHt., to wit: V. S. IVion, 1". Y-uinr, John Marney, S. L. 'liil.ln , and 1). 1. Tii Ii r. who r.-p m .i il us follow: Doli 'fCuti-H lo tin' Cm i;...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 16 September 1874

1 ythoibillc wllcckl) (Granitic : (ftlrtmcstan, rptcmbcr 1G, 1874. 8 IIOMK ciiicli: AS Tllf. in; art in: us. 1 know tlmt I nevor enn hour it, never on earth nny more, I know the music of my life with Hint silenced voice is o'er; Yet I toll you. that never across ilia foils, the winl west wind can moan, But my sad heart hears, close, true, and clear, the, thrill of his earnest tone. I know that I never can listen, with thoso mortal ears, of mine. To the step that meant joy and gladness, in the davs ol'auld lung syne; Yet I tell you the long wave never break in the hollows of the cove, But they mimic in their rUo and fall the tread I used to love. I know the melody that you sing, with it' delicato memoried words, Is nothing but measured language, well set unto music's chords ; Yet I tell you, as yon breathe i:, my dead liln wakes again, I laugh, to its passionate Kindlier. I wnp to its passionate pain. I know the beck that tii.kV-. 1 -id" the l'org-t-me-iiots ti ."-. Is n. .tiling b'l...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 23 September 1874

mil' iiWitlf it VOL. V. KNOX VI LLK, THNN.: WEDNESDAY. SKIM'KMT.KU '23, !S71. NO. 26 LATEST NEWS BY TELEGRAPH. THE fcl IU;f.NTOlUli bAWlSS. "Will Open at Joaesbur"' Tuesday. Nashville, Sept. 1:1 :::o 1 SimcIhI 10 the liroiilclc. The Gubernatorial Cunva-s will coinmi nee at Join sboro', on Tuesday, September !'h, nt 11 A. m ,uml be con tinued at Grecnevillo on the .'i'U I) , Ilojrersville, October 1st, Morristow n, October 2d, October ",th ml I-CtH x vii !i; Saturday, .1. 1.. Kick, ( h'm. Dctn. Kx. Com. A. S. I'r.ossKK, Chin. Kep. Kx. I en . IllSlllTCOliOll 1ST I-OIT3SIAHA ! ! Fifiv iiilSed and manv Vcuudod Washington, Sept., 1" A meeting i undei fray's Matue. was ea'.ltd in re-1 monslr.it ion of the seizure of arm- be longing to private citizen". The meet ing 1 as-ed resolutions declaring that the Semite of the United Slates de clared that. Kellogg was not elected Governor. The resolutions denounced him : n usurper and demanded him to ahdi cite. A committee was Appointed to bear the...

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. — 23 September 1874

cdicchln bromclc: Icbncsta, September 87'i. u I. It THE WEEKLY CIlltOislGLE. air:- - Wi:i)M'.SI)AV, SKIT. .-,, 1VT4. Vnlnc of .-Inles. md All fanner in tin' Northern Eastern sectionn of the I'nited ," supplied tii he inTl'iTtly familiar wish '1,1,1,1.,, f l tie niiii'.i: tin- pl:wi' i llie ael ion ot thcic is :i ii, the lr uct In' heavier. horses, und many aie also familiar with the mule : but how ninny are aware that for general agricultural inii'(ioe.s iu the Bret Ion above referred to, t'.ie niulo may be compared with the louse to the detriment of the latter? Too many are apt to associate the mule with southern plantations or mountainous countries, under the mistaken impres sion that his home is there, and that be is unlit for ordinary farm use in northern latitudes or level countries. The mule has loll)? beeu the favoiite draft ani mal in the South, because of his ability to withstand fatigue, harsh treatment, irregularity of feeding, and because less liable than the horse to di...

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. — 23 September 1874

iAiuubiilc j&lcchln Ckoaulc : vULlc&ucan, September 2.'J. 3 i viovihi.i: i nut. IIVaw reelt Yulley ia n Eiiitlron.l t:riirliii mill 1101110. l'llWI'U.'s STATION, Sept. l-.tll, 171, Kiui'iiks Chko.nht.k : The people of Beaver Creek Valley, from J!all Camp to Oakilale, have to-day en joyed a railroad exr-tir-lnn to C'arey ville, A train of ten ears arrived at Powell's Station mar H o'clock, and were there hoarded by the nlneorteii dif'erent Sunday schools nnd temper ance societies!, in all about live or six hundred people. There win a penerul rush for seatu, mill after a half hour's bustle, the train moved oil', leaving the station and valley deserted for once. Tlie entire crowd seemed very 1 1 ! (1 1 1 1 y pleased, as they slowly passed 1 aioni;; for let me tell you, one i engine can't make much speed pulliufri'iich a tram 11s that. After the excitement of stall inr, stalling and niillin.r ,,lit 111, Mill l.;il t.tiuoil Mil W'toolf imrselvt s to a slab on an 'open ; car to lo...

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. — 23 September 1874

1 llnotbtllc ecicchln oniric: Klrtmcsti.iij!, September 23, 1874. T11U WEEKLY CHRONICLE. BULE & RICKS, Publishers, Kumbcr 19 Markrt Placr, F.iwt Side IlKHMOF M IIM ItlPTION. Oaioopr, ona rear $i 00 Ontcoi'7, (ii moctlit 100 Tt copies, one year 15 00 Tlt; eopics, one year 30 00 WEDNESDAY, SEPT. lid, 1S74. T II E Campaign UJhm nicks We will send the Wekkly Chron- ICLE during the present Cougi cssloiiul Campaign tip to and Inelu l'ug the Weekly November ISth, giving tlie CoUl'LKl 10 KETl.'KNS of the gre.it November election FOR FIFTY CENTS. 8eud in tli.' rallies. Now the tinie to suoscribe .ind get all the ni1 of tlie Cauva-s. vs Ir is rKurK'M i.v uat uu! th. the kuklux organ d wu on Gay street should want another war. Ir is s.v:i in vr the pen is mightier than thi sword, l.ut that Louisiana Penn is evidently an exception. Thk McE.NKltY insurgents killed,. fifty nun iu pu.tiug their revolt through and now they are anxious tUt t, ,, , , ,,, , , blood-hod sli 'i!!d be avoided, killin...

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. — 23 September 1874

linmbillc oolcchin Chronicle : (telcbiusoan, September 113, 1871. 5 THE WEEKLY ClIItONICLE. NPIXI.HEN OIIKt "f 'he Chrmiwi.b mailed free to any aildres on np'cii ioimi. RiMr of Wlvprllnlng; lu Wekljr. Tfn lints, or less, solid, to constitute a square. S o I e I B I s tsqniire..: .' Njnares Niuares 4S)UHjes t 1 5" $ 8 M) t 4 ft) I 6 Nl t 9 W !." on s no tin iau hi fx. iK m n uu 4 Mil 9 mi 11 Ml j 14 Ml 21 Ml :n fVO ti M 11 fill 14 01 U 00 80 (KV 4S Oil squares 7 50: 14 00 ltj So1 28 00 ' 34 50! 56 50 THE llltl-TOI, lMIK. Over lOrlj Entries Have Itrcii Mnil uririiL DISl'ATCH TO TH ri!iisin.i!. IIkistol, Tknn., Kept. 21 7:4") P. M. Over forty entries were maile at the jtorder Fair tn-day. Jack Low's " Black Frank " is tlie favorite for Hie big race. - am mi lllnl. Died on September Itith, Mrs. June (Jeering, wile of Henry (Jeering. Oil September -I, Mrs. G. W. Took er. lltitunrj'. Pied, Tuesday, 10th inst., at 13 1. M.. Charles. Alexander, infant ton of Charles 1). and Julia A. McUutt'...

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. — 23 September 1874

Jtnovbillc atilcchivi CbronitJc : &tilc&ncsi);ui, September 23, 1874. THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, SEP. '', 1ST t. John C. Dkown and the Nashville "close corporation " may well look out for BUiill. They will liud something else tint civil rights to howl about. 4 - " I I'lioro.sK to move upon your j works immediately," said Ci rant ut i Fort DoiK'lsiin, iiml his preparations at ; Washington convey h similar message to the Louisiana insurgents. Thk ri:l'l. !;! tiik South will. -eon ' be ahle to determine who me their j l-est friends the men who are inciting ! the people to madness and violence 1 anil provoking Louisiana rebellions for ' political purposes, or tho-e who counsel , reason at.d moderation. Alio! 1'the hi't thin (irant can do is to go down to Louisiana anil itive them a tz .'d military u'overnmeiir un til the iH'Oj lc cm l;kk out the thieve. aud ra-caN of Inc. li parties and put honest men in power who will protect all liiw-abidini: men, white and Mack, in thei...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 23 September 1874

jLiiuu'bUlc iiiilcchln (tbiGmcle: '&LUimc&bi.n, .cpicmbcr S..J, )S7vi. CONDITION or A I-FAIRS IN A 1. A 1. A. vIA. A .lli lsu f S i rroi'Nm - It it 1 ! -i n i i 01 sIANA l.VM'IMU'.lTIOV. Tlis Stat li..Miittiiv U nlmot unaii- (irocci Icn, cVf. ; I It I' Oj-ijiKiii ut lli I'rrs oil Sil mil Iiei. ' : j --r i :i fi t 1 1 Co uujcrTial Jod.'. I ill. Aicci:tl ot rcrpohilrii'. o! 1 1 . Wn!. ington Chrniiiri' from Miiits;rti-ry, Alaliiuii:i, Wliie. llial j:t j t-r follow : THE SKNTIMKNTS OK TIU) U'HITH I'KH- I I'l.R here art liuti'vil f the tt vcnni.t'iil. and all men whonre l"u!. If dm lot nl people of MitKyufliiiftMtp r.r Vermont, or any loyal Htate, con !i lienr hut one Democratic speech her.? they would le convinced that secession Is not dead uor dying. Kvery Dctnocratic oiator extols the bravery of Confederate sol diers, the cause for which they fought and died, und generally wimU up by predicting tli t they will yel uain what they fouiiht for. It would ui-toniwh President Grant...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 23 September 1874

iu3ii)iHc wietkln f-ljronitlc : wilcimcs&aii, September iKJ, 18 8 wr-rra,TaraiTtrjiiii i ijarjrcnha6.wiaa vliai rMTiiiKii, imh mi hum CAMPAIGN CHRONICLE Inducements to Subscribers! l'l .-IIUXii T" PLACE lllh Kvoxinxr. ( IIICOVI4 I.K ilurinii de t urn. up cauii aipu within the reach til i vti jr t.i:tr, e have conclude 1 I ) put it ot the folio itur lil. oral price : AVc will send the DAILY I'llKONICLK , Trim Ml ! L from !i w until f.i I return." from the Novetnhe election' are ri'p.rte , lor "vl.! ns.li In A iiaiuc. which the Daily has o any subscriber, end the 'I hi i- tin- lowest price nl ivor I eon mailel to We will u i;i:ivLY cin:oNii i,i; '."cr.aiiii it .nil, noil iniaudiug the issue ol N'o v eiu I '-r 11th. itninu comp ete returns of the lib 'tt"n. 'or tl" teiili: or Ten Copies to ' Hililrrsx. .r th .t time. ..r tl.i(i. Send along . . Cir. ul,i'o tl: l 11 ho niuac i ui 'Ot : it.; i:ri,i: A ricks. ruth tiui iiik ' Male nn: vi:vu;ii coi:n chop. . stciirc.i.t :l l orn rrt scu...

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. — 30 September 1874

v-AV? '..to'. a i w m H 'i iiiir imij iTTn i J' VOL. V. KNOXVILLE, TENN. : WEDNESDAY. SETT EM HER 30, 1S71. NO. 27 LATEST NEWS BY TELEGRAPH. . WASHINGTON. The Louisiana Patriot to be Indicted. Wahuinuto, Htpt. 2.1. It in m uiored hern that Whitley, chief of the secret n rvico police, hits been arrested lit ltv.tmi i It is quite loosely muted that (icn. j Fields, who in lit re, bus instructed his j Assistant (.Imlj'c I j 1 1 1 1 ) to prepare in- I dietnients against the Louisiana pa-1 triots, unci that Uicir houses arc to lie I searched 1r arms, I (loneial Holds, Attorney (ioiictal of Louisiana, who is heir in bud health, I has i list i lu-toil liisnssiat'iiit, Judge Dili tip, by telegraph, to proceed promptly j and vigorously iignin-t persons who have violated the laws. This include I tho militia and their loaders, who, in j the lute tstru'-Tglo, hived Kellogg und i his party in the Custom i Ions.'. This statement is authorized. Tho Kellogg party claim that a num ber of the htate nr...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 30 September 1874

inoibillc c'illcckljj cC?ronuic : lctmcsfc;ii), September -'JO, 1375. i:isr tkn. i xnix 3jr forkvlb THE WEEKLY C11U0N1CLK WEDNESDAY, SEPT. ::, 1ST4. Tin: cotirKsioML i owention Hon. J. M. Thoruburgli Nomina ted on First Ballot. I.iml Inntrn- that has k alarmingly prevailed in ' thm .111. 1 patriotic support of her loyal many sections ol ihe " S utli, puiticti i and law -abiding vi,0l,lei that the Be larly'in Gibson county, Tennessee, in j publican party has stood firmest, and Alabama, and in Louisiana. Such j 1 1 ,.,r energies and ill'orts have ever violence we ut 1 1 tf to the pi -rnieious , nu t with that success they ho well de nnd incendiary tiaolitngs of the Dein- M.rved. The American people cannot oeratic press o'l tlio South, in unfair will not endorse the scenes of ntr e ami malicious iq p eils tosei tional and j j v that ore daily chronicled through- is i ..ill tills country. A RiniiiiiK I'lMll'orm-A lion. The Republican Coins ics-ional Con Tcntioii, for tnis district, asse...

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. — 30 September 1874

jLUioiDillc golcchln Chronicle: (.llcimcsixin, September .'3(f. IS"., jgjrxTji vn i irssnaKKBTsc ;-.: vTuwmunxv.viatBKnra m icmii' i n nwwini ninui inn iiipniiiriiiina iHwmn .m t: t ii.i.r. i aik. 0r Ilnnrlrrit Fntrl-- l.nrg-e Aiirndmicn-'l lie I nlrn Ip-IiImI Nnr. eetoa iHEi:NKvn.i,i:, Sept. HI, (i i m. P ecial Correspondence Chronic!. The Fair opened on YVeiltie-dny with a fiilr "howing of sum"., there being a tolerable kooiI ntteiul.uieo, and a large number of entries were Hindu, but to-day it remaini'il no Linger a matter tif prcuiii-e, for it soon became evident that it w ih a HtieeesH, beyond a doulit. 'When we arrived on the ground we found the Secretary Mr. C. Ii. Sevier, lay tiikiiiK entile", nlnl by '.o'clock A. M , they had run out of tarda over ccven htiiidrtd entries having been niade, Tliroiifjli the kind neisof Messrs. ).'. Ti nipli', Jr., J. 11. liwn, J. A. (iuilnuith and others, we weie fouii made to feel tit home, and by their n-sistniu-c, we were enabled to take a...

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. — 30 September 1874

"jAnovinlle cotcchln CJjromtlt : SSftrimtsban, jstpitmbtr 3U, I87i. 1H K WEEKLY CliROMCLE. BUTJS Si RICKS, Publishers, Xwnfit.r lit Market i'lticr, Hail Skin TI'.KIN Of M UN Itll'TIO.V. t" eoir, one fttr Onaeri'T, fix month Tn corief, one year Twenty sor-irf. one ywr ti! CO 1 TO . r on , 30 DO WKDNKSILVY, SKP ;;o, 74. T II K Cam pii igu C ii r ic;I e . We will fend the, Wkkki.y Chkon icle during tlu present CawrrvKsionitl C'snmialg up t' ninl including 1'1J Week November lS:h, giving the COMl'LKTR RKTCUNS of the great November election FOR THIRTY CEMTS Send in the mimes. Now in time to subscribe and pet all I lie i of the Cuiiva. iron r.iiYF.RNon. HON. HOUACE 31 AYN Alii). I Ciicn. 1'IVIi.JCf. J. M. THORN BURGH. HON. Tiik nomination ol l ow .nix se- j Dix s cure Ne Vo.k to Ui l''-"' tit N'vlll,',r- '; HfNUKIlHON JiKTTKft look oil his laurels. Houk drew a better Democratic crowd, lat night, than he bd ral'.v lo hear biui. TK Indiana RLCpublican.s piii.ted and circulated t wo hundred ...

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