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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 25 November 1874

4 VOI, V. KNOXVILLE. TKNN.: WEDNESDAY. NOV KM HE 11 '25, !S71. no. :jj ,ifiri ... i h AT Jamrs t:irrtr:i Mayor and i:i s ti t j Republican AKN rmcti- A Hot Contest nnd Great Ecjoic- j Spi riitl t llir lirtiiiictr., ClI ATT A NOCO A , Tl:NN., , !:3"), P. M., Nov. 1!), 1S71. Tin' municipal election look place j to day. Tlie Republicans e lected John j W. Jiirnes Mayor by 217 majority, ai pain of 73 over t lie majority for Ma;-j nard on November 3d. The principal contest was over (lie Mayoralty. The 1 Republicans elect l ight out of the ten! Aldermen. Owing to some tlinsntis- faction with the Republican nominee for (My Marshal, lln opposition ran-' didate was successful. This unpopti-j lar nomination injurt'il tlie Republican I ticket all through ami loot Mr. James I some vote?. j The Donmcralie Loniince for Mayor was H. A. Key, Esq., a prominent Democratic lawyer of this city. The total vote polled was 1,842. The Republicans are burning bonfires and rejoicing throughout the city. It w...

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. — 25 November 1874

NIK WEEKLY; CHRONICLE. WF.DNKsDAY, NOV. 'Jo, 1"Tt. Jinoitiilf C'Clcchln d'bronitlc: Mcfinrsom. obcmbcv 23, 1 in: tin i v i-i i.i-n- MMI IKK. Fame Tart Atxint lnrk-1ent and l.nrtl Scarce. From the Li ubv lie Courier- J.mrml ' ( the l- ili Tlio rtock-yari) receipts for Ll houis ending lit noon to-day were 7, :'''.- head. Dunni? the w eek 31,n:) head with re ceived, mill 4 .?." ( In ad hive ln.cn re ceived since November 1, agt.inst ''-,-IKtfl for tbecine,ondiiig period of last year. None Inive lie n sh ij ed, ih the formerly i i. h, pro remarKaniy iii",'i premium in i ivoi s,ti-ti..J, ,ii thin market has no', only prevented le- Hhipmcnt, lull has n nl . lftl Louisville j buyers to purchase steadily durinu: Hie , week in Si. Louis, Cinrinnati and otli- -er points, which tire usually tir dim-1 petitnrs for the t rmle of fount ry thij- : pers ih this latitude. Direct arrivals from the country have been rather i modera'e at all points, mnl Louisville purchasing agents mo drnninrtig up! ho...

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. — 25 November 1874

I JliuHbillc e&lcchln Chronicle : iOlcDncsOan, Jlobcmbcr 23, 3 A iTIi.OOO KXI'HKKH JtOBBKRY. r r Ih Itolilral unit Nhnrprvl 'I rli'kti r (Ian A nr. Tim CiiH'innutl Commrrri,i! I'iili iiiHt., ootitiiiiiH ilm I'.iliowin ;ic- cf'tiiil ofj the rotiltiry ,f tl, A tiii'iirin KxpnH ollioe on JJL:ot in lli:tt city on Sunday HrtinHmn. h, d- t i:!-. While Mr. Moody, a urt'-r, win m titi ht liis icit, j 11 i tf hIomh, Mi l rutin r weary of the day, (here -!iiwel Mr. Abe Monroe, ii Ihiiih mini, fofmeily a mesM iiyer ol ihe e..iii uii.v. Mr. Mon roe MBS tlcllHl'Kell H tl'W 111 lilt In Hurt- lor mi Irregularity hi liii hi'i'iiuhIm. He Ciiiie etcr,l:iy ; liemw; heeon-'Uin-l, He.took u tlmlr l.y im M.le of Mnoily, in hii tt-y hoi t of w,iy,iiinl reinarkej that he'd like a Hinoke. Moo dy coiild'nt B(..'oniinolnlH i in, ii ml Monroe rlt'vprly propnxed to uainlile for ' lie cigars 1 inaik." Moody, l.e iugdlM)Ored to aecoiiiiiioil iie him I !n y .-marked; and Moody lout. Then Mon roe, lieiiiK a lif...

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. — 25 November 1874

iinoibilic a'lcchln bromcU: CLOlcDncsban, lofacmbcr 25, 1871. 4 THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. RULE & RlfJ'SS, Publishers. A'o. 11) Market Plarr, Kasl Side. TI KHS OK M IIM HIFTIOX. One copy, one yenr ft! on One eery. 8i mtnuhp In) Ten oni'iff. "tie year M Twenty eopiM, one yeur J0 WEDNESDAY, NOV. i, 1874. We will have both sides now. Bureh represents one side aii'l Womack the other or II lb' utile of it. J. ProcTok Knott, the "funny" Kentucky statesman, wants the 3rd of November made a national holiday. Elect Voni:ick or Burch. we don't care whii'h. They have ooth tried the humidity of the Capitol and Htill live. KNO.XVILI.E IS MILPISU four railroads on paper. Let onr wi'h iron und wood and it work". three or us llllild see hnV A COLOItEl' Democrat reprt South Carolina Democracy in HotHe of Kepresentu'ives. They '.'lltS the took th'V him a a choice or evils ju took Grt city ! as Till: (ireeneville pai ers are having ; a lively dis'-jssion about what Andy Johnson r-nilv tiid s.iv in tlia...

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. — 25 November 1874

jtinofbillc Mlcchln Chronicle : ii&ctmcsiiun, )obcmbcr 113, B7. THE WEEKI.Y CI1UONIGLE. Of the CimomcLI mailf J free to uny aldro oa Rpnilrntiiiii. lUtlr of Ailvrrlialiitc In Weekly. Ten HnM, or lo, tolld, to ronstltut aqunre. S H Sir.. It so IP ft o 1 SO ( m imi ,1 flu. ft M s M' 111 i lli Ml 27 l 4 51 ! (l 11 W 14 M lit Nl :1T M II ui 14 i I is im slim 41 no 7 S 14 CO lii 5 j i -H) -n HI -quart 1 'guars Prncllrtle. Greene county hns put in u heavy wheat crop this full. Oreene county farmers lire Investing heavily In fruit trees. Jacob Padget died In Hradley coun ty lust week, aged l4 years. There has been more wheat sown in Carroll county than formally year. Charleston, Tenn., 1m going to have a brass hand. Cheering news for in valids. Uounterfe it fifty cent notes aro rath er current at thin tiim-. Lookout for thorn. Mr. Abraham Lincoln passed through Chattanooga on Friday on her way to Florida. As fur as heard from there arc only ton candidate)) for Congress in the Fourth DI...

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. — 25 November 1874

8 THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WKONTSDAY, NOV. i:, 1S71.. , , ,. r . i i I " I I A 1. I i ''.!'!. ri f '('111 this --.'Mi.il D'' riot ntike '!.. m-1 ' ' -rh's r.i.,inrilv .-, ,!). ilnortnllc iuitcchln c)vomtlc: Mcimcston, IJtobcmbcr 25, 1871. THANK1VOTHK UHIP FOU HF.MO CKATIC VH'ToKir.S. :. i. it ! ..I 1 1 t..-i oils . :. Ii X- t-lirjir Sumo t i 'lie !!!;', le of mm ii in all. i, :u!ii, ii 'l a re? people : 1 i i Sla1 IX -pi i 'n " pl'io'- l.y Hi- '. Ii da; I'l iVer.Uir, ti 1 ess w(j :i I ' i eve'Tl'ier , i.i.'t i in- li i n i ll, t-i:- d.c.v, th .ii i 1 Tii IV'. i i, r ,.. si :.!.! 'lit i ; I! IsO.li '.I-.' ' 1 s 'i in '. :i ;i n. . , -11 i ri. w !, I' ii i-;! .ill .1 , vt i". ii. ; pi . ; ni.i " b:e el ; . . . ", 1 1 1 j i t in, I I", ici i' s. inllii'i' ; MS ' 'li i'vil " commit S'ale i f l.oui-i- li hi inviting th" I ir. ' " -.1 ' 1 1 1 i i , , ;.!,:. nil. T Ill's -A i. c:i:'..t 1 , I" re- ,..:i;ll.V .H'i I'T ,m " 'iit icl linn . : , ; v ! re: u ni , I . ' i : i Ic'l.n- I'l-i; It Ut w ...

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. — 25 November 1874

jtinorbillc &lcchl (bronicU : (ic'lcijncsLiun, ilobcmbcr !2.j, 187-1 j.vi ii ti. jtntri'ii :vl'l;K. A. More .ttimit Rplitliiir tho llniulHlc o! ilin Hirin 'nurl." Kinim:-; hi-mnici.i: : An niticU ?i.ii'ar in ll.c V'.-i fid llirnlil nf .Novcinlicr 'ill, li-uili'.l " Ki-vimlili vs. Cooper Ke-istini' tin- Mumlult' of tlie Sjin'iin' (.'ourt " 'rtu- nriir!e it no (lilting, uiis ami ' i :i i ii 1 -i In i s lulu Imciils Unit, iiutwillistitiulmij tin-scurriluu-i Mini-, i' t'rtmi wIiil'Ii ii conn', I mil U'liipifd t I ' ! lo It . Tho in Urlr i n iin'si ion cimi nu'lh'i s with u xtiiU'ini'iit Unit the Mill (' U 11 lley nolils vs. ( It'ii. J . A. t,'niit r, ns to if enver iMt.t'si-iiin iif i. I'urni f r 1 1 -iluli'iitl.v miIiI iirt iiy 1'rniii liim s.inie yi'arsHK'i. As inn suit in whicii tiie iri)M?riy 1' Kiy Holds was si'll w iiruiinlil utcuiiist 1 1 i tn I ;y Uuv. Win. !. Ilrownlnw :inJ one of lifs pr,iii i::n iittorneys in tli mallei- wns John M.N'lt'tninir, Inn- rilllor r tiie J'nn li...

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. — 25 November 1874

.llnbxUilU (liilcchln Chronicle : Mcfciusfcajj, )obcmbcr 23, 1874. no mi: ciincu:. muni, !: g sle liorp the clouds In mi rii:in-. Work lull tlio siul heart's -"inii:iini n - '1'!; rui;h the tin-It and the toil tut- i! earning iiuli". Ytt Ibity gf-w dr:ir I" r In r unr. grav ,ke. jiI'i l I'..!! 11 il Kaell V e has smile prie a j;itiiiini; : if has a hnlui in il (mining ; -.-k tor it long in tuith mid prr linger nt tied is everywhere, l.o ilirvs Mr dnwriine. und w:it' K Till wiii:. Ti oiiii til' The : -e 1,' 'i'lir Mi:h t! it'll! ' llliidl' i: Mi cut r. leu: om is stmi..iii;, iimitiing ; , trut in tic lllll'l,!' I IV th" It.tvl 1 - In l"t it do u i'.h is miirkt- :- i- :rs keep tl cli'ii'U Slum rn::n: g I Ml. He: I . Tins'.- I III. M'.W M Rll'l'l KI'.S. ccurtliia-to T.wtlftl!. Iliil'y-. Sprll--i-r iiDtl U.-irvt In. ti hi fiijO'irijit- r II. Piimirilv the riiktiniviilili' moved upon eosnios an ll t'VOlVt'll im- topu-in. "'2. And pr.'topl.isin Was i im: !' anil iindillV-rentiati'd, i'iii...

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 December 1874

d f tY. VOI, v KNOXVILLE. T15NN.: WKDNKSDAY. I) EC EM HE it 9, 1S74. NO. 37 PROSPECTUS FOR 1875 Daily and Weekly Chronicle. .1 is the determination of the Pub ishers of the Chbonici.e to make It during the yew 187a, one of the very teetinewspapera la the South. They will spare neither labor nor means to make it a first class journal, worthy of the highest esteem of Its patron?. It will be an " Off Year" In politics, aud net being engaged in an active politi cal campaign, we will have more time ix J space to devote to matter of sub stantial interest. As in the past, we will make it a i-otat to assist, with all our power, in '..he development of the material resour ,of our State. If emigrants seeking homes iu the Sunny South, or capital ists in search of profitable fields of investment remain Ignorant of our delightful climate and rich deposits of coal, iron, marble, &c, or our produc tive soli, it shall be no fault of ours. The State Legislature meets In Jan uary, and it is our p...

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 December 1874

JtawxtulU Mcthln (JLromtic : (Ktoncstmn, gcecmbcr fl, 1874. 91 HIE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 0, 1S74. FIELD A.3VI lAllM. KAKM WINTKR AVORK. 1 "Johu," said a, thrifty nW farmer to bis Li red tnuu, a a heavy storm cloud grew blacker and blacker over their head, " it's going to rain. Sup pose you f 1 11 it work and go play dig cellar." The old gentleman perhaps had a disposition to over-ilo matter!), at least in John's o)inion, but bis Idea propcr Jy carried out is a valuable one. There aremauy days when there it ou the farm no pressing duty clamoring for immediate attention, like fields to he ploughed or harvests to bo gathered. But there are few bourn iudeed, not to Maydays, in which a diligent farmer can not by a littlecureand forethought provide for himself useful occupation which is none the less certainly profit able because it may not yield an imme diate return. Fences and buildings are to be repaired, and the thousand and one tilings done which tend to keep a fnrm in go...

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 December 1874

Jtatnllc Wittd$ murlc: . .Mctous&an, Jlccnubtr -9, 1874. 3 from Pemrira. XMioa, Powti.L' lTTit, Not. 27, 1!74. litT0RK Chromct.Ii Thin? e.rnioy :.r.g smoothly in thin place. We have two torf, two xliip, a school houo. A !"); V3"" and a i-liue hop. We want n hnt aiakur, a uiarlilo workman aiul h puller, li. K. llrown will furnish it nian all tho inarbln lie niii use for ten years free gratia who will lornto here nnd work it. C P-iwclI hs the Uncut dirt Tor crock milking 'n the land. Wo have wool and tvator for li hatter, und a good school for tho children of all the workmen who may come. We have the most excellent location for a mer chant mill in all the land. A location in the. heart of a rich valley, on the. railroad, and in the center of an unoccupied Urriue ry of sii or eight miloa aguari'. Tlia question of compulsory education in "OcupyitiR tha minds of our people now. It whs Sharply discussed during tho Knox County Teachers' Institute held at thil placo lately, and the I'iR...

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 December 1874

Itnoibillc , Wlcchlg m granule Sftctmtstiag. 1 getttttbet ilji87i. 5l THEWEEKLYCHR0N1CLE. BULB & RICKS, Publishers. A'o. 10 Market Place, Jat fitdc. TtRJIR Or SVBftCRIPTIOM. Oaeropr.one rwr,.... . .... (kM0opj. six BuonUis ..... .... Ta eopies, on year,...-..... Twcatv oiIm, ose year : (a ... I (HI 15 00 W W) WEDNESDAY, DEC. P, 1S74. ... - - Chattanoooa Is about to inflate " by Lwrnlng $2",000 in city scrip. Be ware ! It Is astonishing to see how many men there are lu Tennessee, who are willing to risk their lives In the hu-. mldlty of the HUte Capital. The question which most concerns lhe Georgia papers now is whether she is the genuine Delle Boyd or not. The editor of the Atlanta Aeic took Lhe negative side of the question, mid afterwards was sorry for it. We present this morning a synopsis of the President's Message, as sent us by the Associated Tress Agent at Washington. It appears to have been obtained in advance of its reading, and is very imperfect, no doubt. Aldekuin Smi...

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 December 1874

timm.'$iiiiml ite.. jitnpibillc (Mlcfli!,(!rrpnuU j-MftWsfcuj, jgcrcmbcr 9, 18731. 5. THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. ftPECI.lt K COPIt f Ol thcCatostr.Li nailed fr to any xidroi On application. Rate of Advertising In Weekly. 1 en linw. or lwi. tvlid. to eonitltut (quirt. J i ' " a s " 3 II o I 50 on $15 on 8 50 10 5i 19 501 27 00 11 50 14 Mi 50 37 fit 14 W 1H 00 SO 00l 45 nil 1 i 2 00 55 50 P-aCS. ISqaara.. i 3quaret 3-sluari tjqoarW 3 00 1 UK 4 H '.I 01 e sol n to i 7 50 14 0U Penellettea. Ureene county bad twenty -one mar riages during tbe month of Novem ber " What is your name, little girl ?'' "Minnie." " Minnie what V" "Min gle Don't; that's whut Mamma calls ne." A large number of country wagons were In tbe city afler merchandise from our wholesale houses, notwith standing tbe had weather. The Loudon Journal nays: " Wheat in thin section never looked finer than it does at this time. An unusually large breadth has been mown." On Wednesday a fire occurred in the village of Chattanooga, con...

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 December 1874

THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNEHDAV, DEC. , 1874. They also have au editor in Louis iana named lturch, but be Isn't Cotup trollcr. They Imve no Hobbs. e- Col. Ku. Cheatham has been do ing Kast Tennessee members of the next Legislature pretty thoroughly. H3 wants to he rMHte Treasurer. e - - Tut: lculnik,' hotels in Louisville have introduced a snbtsintlal reform, which will be appreciated by the trav eling public. They now charge guests three dollars per day. IT 18 a pity that nil the line editori als about the Philadelphia I'r us a Democratic, oruan should have been wasted. "O. ever tliii" from ihiHhocul'B hour. They've teen their t'oiide-t h"pes ucsy." But t-ueh is life. - a - IT would be a terrible Ihin if Hie uine llepublicans in the Teuucasce Legislature shoul I succeed in electing a Senator. It would be too bad. A caucus is the only remedy. Accokdim to the Nashville cor respondence of the Aralanrie pub lished elsewhere, " the wild hunt for office" will belllustrated at the State C...

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 December 1874

Jtnoibillc CLlcchlu .Lrontflc : lclmcsl)an, g camber 0, 1871 tirlntiiin CHRIST TOYS! TOYS! TOYS!! Heady for Christmas! GrandOpeiiinsof Toys AT East Tennessee 0?'Mrk i """ T V- ' ";"V . - PARIAN MARRLK RUSTS. VASES. S TATrETTKS, hkonzii k;i uixuoi is t busts IiAVA SMOKING SETS, WATCH BOXES AND CARD RECEIVERS, OF MANY DESIGNS, CHINA JEWEL BOXES, FANCY HOXES, Individual and Moustache Cups and Saucers, nECOKATKD 1UH, .Vp,. :. THKSH tiOdDS AKK ALL lMl'OKTKD At the Lowest Cash Prices, AND ALL WK ASK IS TO examine Our Large Stock Before Buying and Compare Prices. WK CALL ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO Decorated Dinner, Tea and Desert Sets, SOMEIlltNtJ NEW FOU KNOXVILLE- Atfortcd Packages cf Cheap Toys, to suit d.al.rs, put up in miantitin of sn. 873. OHIO mid t!30. Parn h btfor. the rosh ami make your selections Mar the tt.iud. hav. been picked over. Hiompt a'.tcmion rifi'i t frii.rs. C. CULLEN, Agent, xliVl&wlf KNOXVILLE. TKNN. ('lottilaiff. F. HEART & CO., CLOTHING HOUSE. 13S day Street, ...

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 December 1874

3Eltt0rfrxUt Mttk$ tifytmxtit : OTtbntstas, gtttmfar 0, 1874. HOME C1UC1.E. THE LAST I.OIM1E. trom Tnit 0KBMAN.3 When tho latt or the dimly l!ahing, .See oli linio to its end hasten on ; When planets to ruin nro drubinir. And the sun's light Is pnllid and wan ; Through the balls where the Mason iro founding Their Temple, majestic and grand, Shall be beard that last cry loudly sound ing : lastcn, hroltets '. She morn i al hand ! Ki-t and west, north and loulh, through all nations, The work at thut tail will hire ceased, And tho brethren, observing iticir Minions, Shall look in calm taitb to tho K..t : Joining band ever valleys and highland, Wbero each stands in tho laud f bis birth, Sbnll be ecen o'er all continent.- and islands But One Lodge on the face of the earth. Ti the Master's etern voice loudly crying, Have the Masons obeyed My commands ? fVmee the Toice of the cmfu-tnen replyng, Look with grace on the wml. 01 our hands ? In our feeble and poor earthly fathion We have bought ...

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. — 16 December 1874

n3fc'd u u vol, v. KNOX VILLI, TENN.: WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 1G, .S7-1. NO. 38 LATEST NEWS BY TELEGRAPH. CONGRESSIONAL. Hr-rnmd MriMon of Ihe I ortj Tbld ( on re !. A I K. A Urge number of publishing firms :wk a change of tliu stal laws. Mr. West, of Louisiana, introduced Hie following bill : Direct ilie IN.ai-master-General without delay 10 eoi, struct a line of telegraph from Wash ington lo ItoHton via. Baltimore, i'hil adelphia. New York ami Hartford, in heojierated in. the post oHlies of those l ilies by appointees of the Postmaster Ueneral under such regulations and at sooh rates of tarill us be may pre scribe; provided that the rule shall ! uniform to all persons with nu b uniform reduction to the newspup. r press as may be deemed by him ad visable; and provided the rates shall ! adjusted to meet mid not exceed ' ho expet.se of openim; and maintain ing aakl line, and providing a net in come equ'.l to five Jar Cent, interest on tho original cot of the fame. The j hill proposes (o ...

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 December 1874

THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 1(1, 1874. FIELD ,YIS1 lJ'A.ltM NHORT WEIGHTS. The Aiiurican Ureter, KnUitiioro, the lending journal of its kind in the United Hiafis, is uiakiujr a vigorous war on the packlnn eMablHhmfnta of that and other Eastern cities on the aubjectof short weights. If the facts are as Mated, there is a necessity for reform, and the Amerhan Grocer de nerves the thanks of retail doalers nnd specially of consumer for the earnest effort it is making la their hehulf. When one buys a can of oysters, or a can of corn, tomatoes, fruit of any kind, or any article for family use that is represented as containing a pound, tie exects to receive a pound. Any thing less is a cheat and a fraud. This thing of short weights seems to lie carried to au extreme that we had not expected, nud of which a majority of consumers are no doubt ignorant. We And the following note from one of our retail grocers, which will serve to show the extent to which this mat ter is practiced : K...

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 December 1874

ilnorbillc ftMcehlp Cbronitlc: cSlcfiiusDap, grecmbcr 16. 18?ri. THE rBESIDENT'S MESSAGE. We plv Inflow extracts from tlie iW-idetit'w Mt"sgp rti (l.e nlrita of noi-t pi'tirral ln(crpt. On tlio finnti qitpation lieaaya : The debt abroad if thf only clement Hint ' f.n, with always a sound currency, enter into our affairs' to cause any continued tlc ; ression in the industries and prosperity of c :r peop'.a. A (Treat conflict for national existence made ntsressasy for temporary njrposcs tlio raisingo' largesumsof mitiey inrn kcr source attainable. It lic- ime neonssarv. In th wisdom of Confrre-s 'snd I do tint doubt tlioir wisdom in the promises, regarding the necessities i.f the lime I, to H'' ie a system of national cur t jncy which it proved to be impossible to iwponi par with tho recognized currency ; the civilized worlit. This begat a epirit ' :" speculation involving an extravagance, ;.nd luxury not required for the happiness nd prosperity of a people, and Involving, ith directl...

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 December 1874

jLlnojrbUIc iMcthljj (onitlc: (I&lctnustM), gcrunbcr 15, 1874, THE WLEKLYCURO MULE. BULB J RIOgS, Publishers. Mo. 1!) Market Place, Fast Side. TI HMS OP N IIM'KIPTIOX. Onami'r.nno ymr 12 10 ftfMOnpjr. six mnnlhti 1 0 Tnn niis, one year l-r 0 Twenty fopirn. one enr SO ' c WKDNK-DAY, DEC. Id. 1S74. Tbe Municipal election of Ureene vuie, resulte tl In the election of Robi, MoKee, Mayor; L. V. Self, Recorder, and Capt. John McCoy, Constable. It is a filt y for (iov. lirown, afu r sill his line speeches nil over the State, that ex-President Johnson is to defeat him for a seal In t lie Senate, on the very first billot, .Such a tiling smacks of a repudiation of tho Oovernor and his administration. Tut: Cincinnati papers continue to iiscuss the question as to what the real powers of the Trustees of the Cincin nati Southern road are. There in a wide difference of opinion on the sub ject, and there seems to be a good deal of feeling, which may possibly en danger or delay the success of th...

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