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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 16 December 1874

nobtllc Otflcchly (Cbronitle : .?5Mttus, Scecmbcr lli, 18 74. THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. iTl inn itt-il h C! nontn.it niHilfl free !t n.v I.I re on pi'1"in n. Kit Ira of lvrrlllnc In WrrMr. I fen linen, or less, solid, to constitute square. , 9 : a II M I 3 OUI II N! 4 6u 1) 00, Ml 11 W 7 SO H U i m to sn iii on jii iw k M: )u rv l'i im li s It M Is ,'sj ;i7 fn 14 W j 1H UU an Oil, So on 16 5 is l. .v.l i ,i ') PmcllptlcH. We nre sorry to learn tl.at lbv. WM Kara Milburn lias been siickeuwith paralysis. Messrs. W. W. Woodrull' A Co. ure kept buBy filling orders sent in ly their traveling salesmen. He stepped on a slick grate on I'nion street at the Swan huih'irg, and theu fiigaged In horizoiilnl exercises. No Isiues broken. The Hristol Vom it r says : We learn iltat the Sherifl'hlis lockid up the otlh-e of the Johnson City Tim'. A mort gage will hold It down. The fkvtt Trnnrwean snys: One way to mart Kingston on the road to prosperity, is to organize a 15 lildiug and Loan Association. De...

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 December 1874

ttnorbillc gicthtn tfferomtte : Stoittstaji, gcrtmlitr 16, 1674. THEWEEKLVCUKOMCLE.! WEDNESDAY, D EC. hi, is-1. Tur. chapter of horror Mt Vickshurg s'iiis to le Incntiiplcie. A lew hun-.-rid niuiili"" xiil pr ihatdy be the jiiel. "S'f pre-eiii ihii mnriiliig, 1 1 if views i xpirwil hy leading New Ymk pa-J-e.'i oil tin: Pftsidinl'e Manage, Taken ahngetlit-r, tin' expression in i "! an iiMi.iviiinbleiiiif, -- WAsHIMiltiN special to ihe Cim- f- Joifri'il of Monday says : It is iln iin-il certain ttnii. (Jin. Hut . . r xvill imt press the i v-1 1 -rishts ihl n itn present -li . 1 1 -. a i i it i i"K u-i il iir.HH tvoul I n it gel Ins chain i' l. r v:n, i'liir, l li e Kmgslt n j'.'ni- Tin Uii , has dif.'nx'erc.l Hint Hit" P. II" ; '.. J, vli'i I' I'iini'il : I'hattatl" "u'a ,i' other i.iulii, is 'in iinpnsier. Now, ? he il.ii'-n'i I n'!; nut lit" will t't- in ll.:.'. M ). V i. I 'ol'.si i:i:, M.l'.,liii :f ."; our city sorui'time ajjn, ii)"kii.i if,t'r .im irrave I father, uhnusid In 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. — 16 December 1874

4 (J Aaaioaa for a Bel. The young gentleman with ft medium size, light Ithwh niouUihe, a ml it suit "of clothes on nccvmmodstinp; terms" lh itl, on the iiiM'cnrc crp.Iii system mme into hvUl one afternoon, and, lifter calling for n claasof Midium, turned to thnrnmpany and i flered to lift with anr one that the City of lVkin would nl lw aucccaaful y launched. The "tinnier" not hcing taken up, ha pro peed, to waiter na dnllara wiih any no that Scanne 1 would not lie hung. This seemed to ho ft " stumper, " ton, lor nobodv accepted the ohanco. The viqirsltr glanci-il around couteinjtuouslT and t..i j : "I want to niiikfl ft Let pf fomo Kin J, 1 don't eare a flg whit h it. I'll l ei liny man from ft ahillmi;' worth uf cinrs to flva hundred dollars. Now your time, gentlemen. What do you propose ?" Sipping a giaas of beer in nno corner ot the br room, eat plain oi l pentlemnn, who looked Ihouiih be mipht lea far mer. He ant dow n bis g!as and ml IroBfed the exqnieitn: Well, Mister, 1 am no...

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. — 16 December 1874

nnbillc tlfttctkln ronith: tcbncsDnn, gctcmbtr 1G,; 187ft. 8 IIOJIK CIKCLK. Tlt OLD .MAX'N i rxr.aiL. ii T w. :. liaT'MT. I . i.u iig 'J wan upon his bier, ii liuir wis thin nud white, arid on Ins brow mcord of 1I.0 cure of ninny a yenr I'are that were ended ami f'orj-olti'ii now. '.-..I there was i-adr.es round, and fi.cca bowed, ' ,v. 1 vroinnii'n tears foil f.Hi-t. and children wailed aloud. 1 ,,n rcso anolhor hoary roan and said, Tii Mitring acconts, t3 that weeping trail), Wh mourn ye thai our Biei friend is dead? V ary nut ad to see lie guheroil graiu. .V '' when the mellow fruit the oichnrds rat, N ir hin tha yellow nemi shnko down l.'ie ripeued must. V-r "ii'i net when tl win, hi course ful filled. His glorias course, rejoicing earth and sky, I.i I ho toft evemug, when the Kinds are etille U Knk. where his ii-lar.d of v;frohoiet lie, nil leaves the nn.lc of Ins ilcp.u '.me spread icTlhu warm-coluiei iiuvoi and rn kly r.utir.Uiu head. o ! J weep J c. tii'Mi for l,i:ii, who, w...

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. — 23 December 1874

-1 'mmAi Clt'ittck ,. nwn jrijwawm--.; yoi, v KNOXV1LLE, TENN. : WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER as, IS74. NO. 39 na THE WEEKLY CIIROXICLE pMishc, in ei try iue facts about the toil, tlwtate, pro ductions, price of land,andadrantaqes offered ti immigrant in EaM Tennessee,. These arti cle are intended to afford reliable information to stranqen, and are prepared earcfulhj, and afford the cheapest nnA most reliahlt informei lion obtainable. Specimen copies of the paper sent on atmlicalion. For terms nee tltird page. I0 CORRESPONDENTS We rfir nw Iron all parts at Yvwl l ennesm. snort ami i ininled Utters, full of MWS, art especially it aimblc. Hut at vt oannot give to each locality iir to each event lite trpact or prominence they sometime merit, ve beg our correspondent to tie brief. Write what you vant in a fric words. SVA communication always are acceptable. We cannot find lime to re-m itc longcommvni rations, ', J condone litem is often impotsible in the hurry of our work. - He short and tpiry. ...

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 December 1874

jkorbillc Mcchln CjuomtU : Mtbncstini), gcumbcr 123, 1871. ME WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WKDNESDAY, DEO. 1871. - FIKLaO AND l-'AIOI. The Ham In Ilarnr. The collar ii iho first thingof importance That large thing that willadmita nisu sarin between it and tin neck oft he bor?e, ii very unfit for a horse to work in. The collar akould fit as closely as a pair of gloros. Then, it it ii solt and mplc, a it should be, it will le.ldom pall the akin, if the harness aire properly mado and i-orrertly adjusted. Tbo names should tit the collar well and ahould not bo so fat apart at the top, they often aro. The staples which hold the side-straps and traces are almost always too fur up from the lower end. A hor aaa not draw well when the trace- are at. tacbed near the top of his ucck. If n horse u apt to gall near tee top or Ins neck, uke out the etraps. and put tbetn lower in the harness. If the back bands are just i i h l for a eert, they will be too short when pluw and will gall the backs of tlio horc S...

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 December 1874

$toobiIlt Mtchlir Cferomtlc ; Mctmcsbaj), gcmbtr,23, 1874. Hint r.mtrwu Bjr. Detroit Frea Frew ) Kmcrson loy i dead, and there isn't ny one around (but houso to make fun. He wa aclioerful, lively boy, and ho did his ;t lo maka that household put on the -aamle of joyfulness. Emerson often, re marked that Hob didu't seem evr to ait own and think of the grave and death, and ho probably never did. No, Hob wasn't o( that moke. lie want to have fun. Both his earl wera nearly rortJ up by fcoinjr ruffed so much, and it cook a whole row of currant hushes to fur ui;h whips tn dnt hi jacket for Iho sum mer Bmerson didn't know -what fun whs until Bob was eipht years old. Then the boy hp. Can to launch out. Ho would bora gimlet ioIm !n thn bottom of the water-pail, put anridgt-s in tha cosl stoir, uncrew the ioor-knobs, fill the kerosene lamp with wn :r, and a pood threshing didn't burden his nind over rlv minutes. Sometimes bit fu .her woiM take him bv the hair and yank :.im up lo iho sofa, and...

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 December 1874

TOEEKLYCIIRONICLL RULH & RICKS, Publisher. Xo.1'1 Murht Time, J'.ant Stdr. nun or nrBMKiPTiox. u.ipr,one year I- I' I ffopy. nix months 1 "el Ton eupira, nu jmt 18 JJJ Twnt- fOiiM, une reur ........... 0 O0 WKDNESDAY, DEC. 23, 1874. Thk Chattanooga papers are enter taining their reader In u playful way on the question nf city scrip. - - - Gov. Brov. has engage. I the servi ces of Col. A. 8. Colyar and son to prosecute the murderers of Mr. Raur, theGruetll postmaster. The employ ment of such men as these shows that prosecution Is to be lu earnest. Tin; chances for another " Hobbs mystery" connected with the Com p trollership are excellent. The number of candidates is legion. At $3,0)0 per bead it would tike quite a sum to put the competitors JfoftOa dc combat. - --- - Thi: Loudon Timet, speaking of Audrew Johnson, says: Kxcept Neil S. BrmvD. his political re cord i the "brisjhte't nnd the bet.'' of any political lea'ler Tennessee lias ever prodc-eed. Which i what we call "ifiiiii...

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 December 1874

inobillc faflcckln dLronitlc: Mncsto, Jlctcmbcr 23, 1874. THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. j. .FE'iiir.! iopif. ' Thkisiolk untiled r u my tndra Ralea uf tdverlUIni; u Weekly. Tm Unci, or lew. (olid, to cotntltuU a (quart. I I Or in. h h ' e lAwara.. 51 90 l W J-SJX S 00 M .ijqotran 4b) 00 4Sqwl (Ml II 00 Wqwr 1 60 14 00 tu rxn M mi li oo In on 8 Ml 10 16 SO! 27 (l II W U .Vl 2li fQ i7 M 1 J nf ' lu mi u.1 im 14 or IK 00 V 00 80 00 AS 01 .'5 Vl Hi Praellettea. What is better than a promising yonagman? A paying cue. Oorn la still quoted at from 70 to 7.1 cents per bushel at Chattanooga. The hog cholera Ih playing nail havoc among the swine ut Strawberry Plains. Chattanooga ban mi far succeeded In raising $20 for the Tuscuuibit puffer ers. Bulllvan county report 100,000 bush ela of rheit to sell. Sevier county ditto. In Delaware the price (or railing the Court "a bloated old rhinoceros" in jUBtJ.5. One of the Washington rounty hog thieves spoken of last week, has been captured and jailed. Mr. W....

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 23 December 1874

jtaovbilU Uchln fremiti: ..SHctaitaj). -gertmbtt 23, 1874. THEjEEKLYCgKOjj 1 CLE. WEDNEHDAY, DEC. 23, 1S7I. The Courier Journal, in disclosing the prnhahie ageof Wusaii IS. Anthony, h3V that 111) historian give (lie t-sacl date of litr liirtli, hut that Jcccpnu allude to her incidentally hk mi "elderly lady.'" e4e- Hon. V. H. iki-hens, out) of the candidates fur the heat of Senator Brownlow to be vacated in March, ad .Ireswm the peoide if Jackson next Saturday. The Senatorial guns are opening all around. A story has been goiug the round about a tterioua disagreement between the President and the Secretary ot the Treasury. Klsewhere we publish whai the Washington correspondent of the C.lncinnali (Jaxttt says ahotit it. Tliis i-orresKndent is an intimate, personal friend of Col. liristow, and is well posted about niHtters pertaining to the White Hou-e. What lie says may be r.'lied upon as being true. - - WlMHiN county hell a primary election lact Saturday to select del ;atea to the 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. — 23 December 1874

Jinoibtllc' caieehlp 0nu!e : rimestanv gcccmbcr:2.J 1871 rr-ti ri m riiM lined Coniintlir. A vi'iv unmng inriJi'nl occurred om Ittne lai wick on Illinois Onirsl Rsil. rovl, went of Diiruqu. Ti.c train was commit slung at the rate ol about twmty mil nil hour, ht n (ha con ductor came into cna bf tho pnssonRer uoarbes, eu I t.x.k 11 t the sile of eober-lookini, i ndi v i-liuil, viih whom ha soon fall to oonvorinp. The conductor vx disco i?rtl thai bis feline) comrade was a minister, nd bo politely listrnJe 1 to ;uiM an extensive and earnest sermon. The minister seeing that his auditor was inclined to pay mora tbaa tual attention nut manifest very earnest heed to bis ad vise and instructions, ho at onra felt a call U aaake a special and personal appnal to the conductor, wbioh also he did in the most oaraest and pathetic language, which, coup led with such vivid illustrations of the final doeaa of the careless and indifferent, soem ed to carry conviction to tbe heart of the nonductor, w...

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. — 23 December 1874

JinnitilU fcMcthls ; (kjjromdt ; Mtttmtsba;, ! gucmbu ... 2a, 1874. 8 morsr taboh. " II V IOII lHY. i in Tabor's height glory came, ! I, shrined in clumi of lam bvnt flame, The awe-struck, litisln 1 disciples saw Chris', and the prophrlt of the law ; tic-es, whose giand nod awful fice Of Tumi's thornier bore the trncc. Al 1 wise Elins, In his eyes The shade of Isrnel prophecies, S'.oid in that vast mysttrioui light Than Syrian noons more purely bright, 1 1 nc on each Iih ml and high between .-fc 'lie lii rib the godlike Nazarenc. They bowed their heads la holy fright, No mortnl ftps could boar the sight, r. when they looked ajtuio, behold! The tirry cloud hud backward rolled, An 1 borne aloft, in grandeur lonely, Noliiing was left, ''save Jesus only. " ivupliiiilunl type Of things Id be! We read ita mystery to day ' i.h cleiireri Yes tliaa even thoy. T! fisher saints of Galilee. Vo sot the Christ stand out between Tte ancient law and faith serene. Spirit und letter but above Spirit ...

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 December 1874

- ) ' Of VOL. V. KNOX VILLI, TENN.: WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER SO, 1S7-I. NO. 40 TBE WEEKLY CIinOS'rCLE publishes in trery issue facts about the toil, climatr, pro duction, price of lands,and admntaoet offered In immigrant! in Ea.it 7'ennessee. These arfi tit art intended lo afford reliable information to ttmnorr, and art prepared carefully, and rford the cheapest ana tno.it reliable informa :tmi obtainable. Specimen eopiet of the paper sent on aimlicntion. For terms tee third page. r7 CORRESrOXDEXlX We desire nemt tom all parte of East Tennessee. Short and pointed Cellert, full of liwn, are especially rfe-i.-abie. But a vt cannot give to eaehtocalily m to each erent the enact or prominence they tonetimct merit, ve beg our correspondent to it brief. Write what you want in a fevvords. A communications aiwayi are acceptable. We cannot find time to rc-vrite longcommuni-1 carton. To condense them is often impossible ! in the hurry oj our tcort. lie short and tpiey. I Tnl it the tecret of tuccc...

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. — 30 December 1874

$ttorbillt Mlechln (Ejjronirlc: Mrtmcsbnp, gctcmbtr 30, 181. IflE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 30, 1874. FIEXiD AND lTA-liM. Valae of Brood Mnrra. A paragraph io Ihe March number of this journitl mentioned the feet that K. Dillon h V., of Normal, Illinois, had soll foureuhii, the produce of una brood mure, for $5,500; and we now allula to it for the purpose of stating that thia ig not, by any moans, au rtoeptiunal esse.. On llm contrary, it hns been demonstrated over and over again thHt it la scarcely possible for tbo general far mer to keep any kind of bUm-U oo hi furm that will prove so uniformly profitable as a ixxl brjoj maro. Instances are numerous ner a singlo brood m.ir' well ami fsh- numbly bred, and coupled for a series of y)ara witlj popular sires, has, by her pro dooe, aiivlo a handsome fortune for her own r ; an i in almost every neighborhood can b-ifouod mire j who" produceare iinilormly cf more than an average value. Tbo pru dent, wide-awake farmer will bo on the ...

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 December 1874

Jinjwfatllt Sethis pmrick : .Mrimtstop, gcccmbcr 30, 1871. A TKMBIBLK FATAL, AttlDKST. rkU4H Itws HI wa Off -A Mid rtrMMM lln. Athens, Ti.hh., IK'c. 3i 1S74. th KdUrs of th Chronialt : Another it warning of Uw damper '. toiulcd fire-arrus ljein left within 'fe reach of children txvurred in lliia : bright Utile boy, nl.out four years i,Ui only Hon of Mm. Wingn, e mnpanltMl hl mother to the houe nf a neighbor, Thos. AmiNtrong Cans, who mtlrira about seven ml leu south of IhlN place. And while Mr. W. wn assilaUnsr Mr. C'aaa In arranir Jift the warp of a piece of cloth In a roarer's loom, her little child, in com pany with the Can children, went into another room where an old army musket Htood in a corner. Horaiie Cam, aiced about eleven years, look up iheugly rello of war so conveniently t hand, and pointing it at the little Wlngo b y, pulled the trlgjror. A ler riflo eiploelou followed. The leaden miRlla with which the gun was charged entered the living target, c-r rying away half the...

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 December 1874

llnoibillt SStohlg cmtU: !ctorEta2, gcrtmbfr'Va," 1874. THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE RULE & RICJKS, Publishers. Vo. 1W Marht Flacc, East Sid-?, ii Riiior i BvKipmx. 'e coiT,cn yenr (ticn.y. tix nionthi m ftrtc0, no. yeiir Iwwity eni-im, one yeur., . 12 01 , 1 fl . IS ( . 80 00 WEDNESDAY, DEC. 30, 1874. Win. "Old Farmer," of Blount county, forward us bis name? We would like to communicate with uini. Wk acknowledge the receipt of val uable public documents from Senator Brownlow and Hon. J. M. Thorn I urgb. -mm. - Tin: votes ok the Democratic Sen ator put the party on record agaiusta lesumption of specie payments. The jeroocratic leaders in the House see the point and are embarrassed therebj-. Our people must either change the present observance of Christmas or lse our Legislature must give us a !aw closing the saloons on that day. The scenes that occurred here on our i-treets ou Christmas day were shame-' tui. -TO - . It was unfortunate that the House did not 11 u ill 1 V U'". unou the Sc...

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. — 30 December 1874

i u iwgiwtii"r'"f""r":JJ',a'i-iJ,"'',dl Sncibillt tckls 0nixlt : Wmcstan, crcmbtr'3ar 187. 5 THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. KPECIMEK ( OPIKM il the Cssomci.i mailed fret to any addrw on appitcwtwin. Rules of tdverllslna; In Weekly. Telin. or 1m, solid, to eonntiluU a square. Sfica. h i h a a 1 Nam. 1 M, Vi 4 SU, $ri 50 J Od IS 00 HiqURrw, 3 Kll 8 M1 ID M M H 27 00 :iwr I 4 M it Oil 1' 50 It Ml li Ml 37 HI 4fuare B W: 11 00 14 Kl 1H O0 30 00 . 4o (HI !oarw ! 7 50 i 1 4 U 16 5 2 00' ! 5 Pearllellea. The employees of the Knoxvills Car Wheel Company niado President Maxwell a present nf a tine niershaum ilpe on Christinas eve. Messrs. Campbell & D.iwshnw they mean business by having osrds printed and circulated. Some local advertise wents for this firm appear elsewhere. If you want neat job work, don't for get that you can pet It done at the Chronicle Stf.am Jon Okkice short notice, and at prices to suit the times. This brief chronicle was written by the editor of the Philadelphia Ledger; "Lo...

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. — 30 December 1874

jjjnoririlU Mtt)$ 'omtlt : rtmtstraji, Somber 30, 1875l. THEWtEKL. CHjluMCLK. WKDNK-fDAY, DK( 30, 1S74. Hon. IIokac k Mavnakii offered a -ilullou in tuo IInu!e of Rfirotfii :,,:;vn on Tueadny, ei. )in forn report . ! the Government mrvey of theHol--'.on Htnl Teuiu-s.-,rc rivers, which waa inpti'd. A MoltY ia going 'he rounds lhat ot of the newly eleetceed Democratic i Vn.Tewprneu from Indiana, went on i Washington at the opening of Ibe : nsent Rfswlon, thinking that lie ('(vild go rlht iu ami take his .-at as a member. We-don't believe Qkohuf. Alfkki Townsknd, ' Gatli " of the Chicago 7Vi'ouiir, who im made a national teutatlnii us a Uer writer, haa closed bin engage ment for the iireeent with that journal, -le continue hie connection with the .-'rapilf!, in which n M-riul story is -.-on loappeur from hie pen. Thk HF-sri.T ofthe lilt-l tuit of Miss Proctor has greatly incieused public confidence in the innocence of Henry Ward Boecher. MouJtou, after public ly cob fearing himself a l...

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. — 30 December 1874

JCUrntbillc ffilctKls &(jrm.ulc: Mttosbaii gctcmbtr 3 a; 1874 V. 4 reartlrttre. The KnM Tmrwwean myn: A Duaitar of C. H. railroad contractors nawHHl through town during tli at lew day, with tlietr " jtocUotn full of rooks " to pay otrilielr Imndf. A you u 15 widow ft'lvrrtlHpe ii a Clo ''Innatt paer that hhe bus an luoouie f three thousand dollar a year, and will marry any man, ynutiK or iM. who oetfe tbe aaiue mean, aud can prMluo' a ririifVa'i- of good char iot r. Au IlliuoiM woman, wlien tliey first h(ran to have (Ninrp-f ruen-ht-lnre out there, lit art the fuel ailiuleil lu, HtraiKhtway runhfd into the kiteheu, t'lelaimlnc, " Haral) Jaue, tfoti't leave tu dotht-M out to-night, for there'a a Congressman at lire." A young mini ha lu-t'U arreted in New York for tdpppinir In a ntaudiiiK position. lie would alund on the atmit for four hours at a alrelch, with htoey w closed, aud not move a muscle It is hereditary. Ills futhor wax a po liceman. iuh. Chron. The Memphia Avalanche sa...

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. — 30 December 1874

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