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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 6 January 1875

' . .. v 'Ml o t - t J., I V' VOI, v. KNOXVILLE. TENN. : WEDNESDAY. .JANUARY 1S7;1. NO. 4) , . ;:v - i . " - .V1- V ' '' " '''' ' ! '' ' '''' ' ' '' NASHVILLE. WFETING OF THE THIRTY EIGHT GENERAL AS SEMBLY. Hon. Lewis Bond Elected Speaker of the House. KLLXK A. MOSES, OF KX3XVII.LK, (Mi OF TIIK LITXT ONES. The Ktiute Fails U Licet a Speak rr and Adjourns. Hon. i. Wizard, of Me Minn (., Ahead. Spoculationg as to the Senatorial Kace -i-lil la ( Mroalrle, Nasiivili.k, Jin. Iili, ls.Y The legislature met at dcmiii to-day. Senator Wade, of Davidson county, was ealleil to the chair temporarily Tbe Senate ballotted an hour and a half ,'r a epeaber without result. No nominations were made, but Blizard, of HcMlun ; Haynes, of Shelby; HodEee. of Hamblen : Logan, of Lies ; Marchbatiks, of White ; Marye, of Ilatuilton ; Mtwely, of Bedford Overton, of Shelby ; Pulne, Quarks, Ragland, Trotter. Turley, Wade and Wilson were voted for. The last bal lot atood 12 for Blirard to 12 natter itR." Adjourn...

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. — 6 January 1875

Jinoibillc ttttcthlo Cjjromdt : Mctrntstan, $aiM.rn fi, 1875. THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 6, 187G. FIKLD ATS I) rAHJI. Till) In Wonnlnin Lnl Tti the. V.d.tors r.f the CAro.iUIr : Many of your readers are not proba lily aware of the i mine life frauds til ing perpetraled Uiou stranger in ref rrence to the sale and transfer of our mountain luDds. Many imiuiritu use being made from persons residing In tbe Northern State mid in the Cam adax, in reference t th"- lands. J have had in my possession copies of inaps.whkb gave glowing dcs riptiinm f such property, also nb.ntracU of titles which were properly authenti cated and iiore the seal of the county in which the lands were supposed to be located. These buyers In conse quence of the-e maps and uutlieuti- tated abstracts of title have been min ted. The oflicial who signed these uHtractA and attached the ollicial seal f tbe county .thought, I presume, they Lad no authority more than to report tbe mere fart an stated in their booh...

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. — 6 January 1875

.nbiUt Mdvlg Cjnumult : lltiiusan, Januarn G, 1875. KNOX tOVSTT TKA1IIIBV INNTI. TtlTK. . Itwntdx Onenlasr Proceeding; M l'oitrira Nisiloa. I'omkll's Station, Iec Cl'th. "- the ICJHort of the Chronirtr: The Touchers' InMIUUo for Kuox ounty met here to-duv. IWfore the hour for cmunieDi'iii exercises unite .'. number of teachers hail arrived. The following U a lift of Kunx county tearhers : Samuel Kills; Wm, Hnun; W. W. Kishop ; T. A. Norman ; 11. A. I'j-att ; P. Fowler j II. M. Brother; V. V. Iiewtweller; David Lee; fcuit. T. C Karnes ; Trof. M. C. ltuticr; Mary A. (tanner ; M. A. Flnley ; James M. Cal-i-sn j Mary F. King ; T. C. Urooks ; A. J. Hat-kew ; F. M. Hinds ; 8. J. l.ed-g-jrwood ; H. M. Cooper ; W. H. Per kins; W. N. Montgomery; F. C. Bea luau. The Institute was railed to order by Wo, V. Bishop, President of the Powell's Htation Institute. He said: I'cllow Teachers, Ladie and (Jcntlc t-icn: ;Ve have gathered here to-day to organize a County Institute, audi, in behalf of 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. — 6 January 1875

ftnaibtlle Mu$ iYtmuit : iMcbitfsbag, Jamiar B, lB?o. SHE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. RULH & RIOKS, Publishers. A'o. 1 Market riatf, l'al SUtr. I I HI Of M'R'RIFTI. (Dri'',nije yeer f- 10 (ne onpy. itu months - I' Tm op, ntit year - 1 Twenty enc-ie. oe jeur - WF.HNESDAY, JAN. U, 1S7".. from Koozrllle liilj Chronicle, Jan. t THE NKW 1-O.STAOK LAW. To-day, the new postage lw takef effect, and all mail mutter must I prepaid at the mailing otllcv. 1 he pos tage on printed nutter la two cents per pound on all publications, j.ucd daily or weekly, aud three cents on matter issued less frequently. The publishers of the Ciikomci.k hove aade no addition to the subscription price of the paper. Consequently there is really a reduction over former rates, of twenty cents a year on the weekly and sixty cents on the daily. Thin in volve no little expense to us, ami we trust to the additional activity on the part of our friends to ini-rcine our irculalion and make up the loss-. We intend to give our reade...

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. — 6 January 1875

$nobilU c&Uchis omdc : Mctmcsban, January li, 1875. 5 THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. PE4 IMKM CriM " . CBinitrt.i milts! fre t nr Mara no ft" t'NMtin. i W k I j . Tta liaM, r le, olid, to euarutat. a square. I Ml 1 5? Krjioa. jj 53 a 1 ftt J 2 MMrmi 3 suarW t -aarJj 1 M ft mi I so IW oo l) W W M 0 00i V IV) lift on 3 0m I IS t 10 V 27 WO 37 4A (m to V 4 m 7 50 Oi l II l H 00 14 VI It (10 it m lii 5 2D OIH , Prnrtlrtf-. MDCCCLXXV. Unfriended Indeed U lie who hw no friend bold enough to point out his faults. Captain Alt-linger arrived at the wharf with two boat load of wheat and corn on Friday. A dog weighing only four pounds, if he sets himself about It, curt howl loud enough to wake up fourteen families. Pome men are just mean enough to raise a row because an absent-minded wife uses whiting to raise her biscuit, Instead of baking-powder. A father at Dubuque make his children address him an follow, for instance i " Most respected and re vered father, I'll take another tater." A Rhode Isla...

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. — 6 January 1875

6 THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 6, 1875. Ti i.tom ban writti'ii nnotlier onnl lu which In ri-ileruir nil that he has heretofore mated. Theodore is hailly " playeil nut " and w lint he now iloi n't hurt any h xly much Wn are imw cmi vlmed Mint the news gathert r. of Washington exhibit enterpiiM! miperiur t those of New York, lu the latter city, we liuru that IviDg Kalakau rank a glass of lager beer. If such au event liad happened in Washington, It would have heeu (eieizraohed all over the eouniry at oto'e. Tim LebHiioii Herald pre.-eina its model of what a United (Stated Beiia- tor should be, and adds : We beliovo that wo represent the senti ments of niue-tentha ot the people ot n .-n ponntv and of upnvr Middlo Tonnes see. when we ask the Ldgislaturo to send to the Senato of the United Males the man we have attempted to describe William Ji. tfate, A litti.k town iu Northeastern Missouri, udJled Memphis, is igualized hy a general outbreaking of gliosis, which threatens to ei'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. — 6 January 1875

Jhwbillc fcftfchln dDjjnmide : ffllttmtsban, $anuarn U, 187 . THE MTIATIOW AT NEW MXAfta) l.lfUl. iirarral ftkerldaa Tah rHIDEOr A PRMRTflKllJI MI Jf Mitrhln Klfwt f lIlllitlB Prtlrnliir ef lb Amur. Ihpcci .l DirlmtcS tu the Baltimore Sun. Wahhinoton. Ieo. 7.-1 he coni- tuuuity lit-re win Hhockeil at ixxm to day hy the Inu Whence tiat tht Rev. J. N. CooihIih, jiMctor of l tie WealtTn Preoliyterimi (.'liurcli, liml committed nulildf. The idiuroh over which lie prcaided In one of the ni'wt lloiirlHliIng in the western Mriion of the city. He wan expected tu preach ax iimal this inorniiifr, luta.x he hud not armed at tome inlnuua pw-t the u-iml lime, HOtne of tlie ini'iuher of Iheenimrega- ttou went to hiti rthi'leiice on II, near Nineteenth street, and learned that he wan In hi Miaiutiei. Uiou going to toe door it was round tu im locked, and a nn iIkh was eiveu after repeated knoikinirH, ll wan buret open and the in in inter wan found lying upon tlie lied in Inn own bliHid, dead. A raz...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 6 January 1875

8 HOMK , CIltOL.10. nox;! it now howi" " I'm furo I'd like to do ome Heod, Hut 1 do not know ho A youth said while atcs-e he Hm-d With calm, unruiili'd brnw. " I)j not know bow? AY hat nonsense here !'' A friend said to the youth. " You do j our good for ttlf, lfear ; Kow i imt this the truth ? Ytit listen boy and hear 11 y scheme : For nil of fVv'nty-Bve !" as 1 say, though hur t it seem, Then, if we're still alive, " You tell KRair. what now you've told, Believing in its truth, I il (five a thouund coin of gold To you, self-loving youth.'1 The bargain made, th" youth agreed To do what be slieuld heur, To all advice give earnest hoed And strive through all the year. " Kow hear m.v word?, they are not new, You've heard them now and then. What you would have men do to you Do ye e'en so to them. ".Lend helping band to weak and woni, peak cheerful words each day. l'rom bleeding flesh draw out the thorn, Teach tin a better way. " Tho hungry feed, the naked cljtlie, The poor are always w...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 13 January 1875

sUJik.gfcIfcflHBl--," .. VOL V. KNOXVILLK. TENN.: WEDNESDAY. JANUARY .3, S75. NO. 42 LATEST NEWS:' BY TELEGRAPH. NASHVILLE. MMiif Hurt a viMdlr TrnufH tran Speaker. i J the Small I :...t Tennessee Gets Pickings. tlal is Ha.illll. t'hroalrle. N ABIl vll.LK, Jan. V M'.'ZO I. M. r nator T. II. Paine, of Hardin ; canty, wan elected Speaker of tlio j "-Mate; John K. Helms, of Hamblen ofcnty, First Clerk ; C. Is. Ridley, of Davidson county, Steond Clerk ; Miss Orally Teyton, KnKron?lng t'lerk ; A rohie Thomas, Doorkeeper, and John .v. Frl.A-ll, l'uge. -nator Mayre uud Jonen, oilered a i-jlutiou to appoint a committee to uvextigale charpen against the Comp-1 iro'ler. - T.r the lloii"0, oil S. Urown, jr., of li.vidi!ion county, was re-elected Viral crk; Frank A. Mosea, of Kuox s unty, Hecond Clerk ; Ja. C. Court h pgrosMng Clerk; H. J. I'ratter, , rv rkteper ; and W. K. i'arter, A- - Mtmit D-iorkecper. Holmea CummliiH, of Tipton eollll-:-, ( Hered a reaolution dcnouuciii!i the a: '.on of th...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 13 January 1875

yinoibtllc &tcthln Chronicle : trtmcstmji, $mtarn 13, 1875. THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 13, 1676. FIKLD AJVI) lTAltM. - ABO IT IIIIUX. A PrwIIMkl lpm.r' Kiprrlrnr la KjtUinK I loir". Wbt.l Pprino, Oampiiei.l Co., ' Tenn., Dee. 31m, 1874. , J A Editor of tht ChronMr; . , We receive your excellent paper weekly, but We notice.! a limitation from the Southern farmer, iu which the writer does great injustice to the Chester stock if hogs. He speak of this breed requiring all the nursing of a lady's Up-dog, or Iio goes all t ear and bone. Hut he acknowledge, if well treated they will make a large bog in three year, and groauingly enquire : " Who can wait three years for bacon ?" 1 suppose the writer nev er fattened nor paw a Chester fattened, but learned his painful theory from some country gentleman, who raised his Chester on pine roots and fattened on bitter mast against the middle of January. It is now beginning to lie under stood by good farmers that tine stock are not re...

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. — 13 January 1875

yuuiirbilk (&ktkln tfjjrflmclt: Mltiustian $;miuun 13, 1875. LVTEST FROM LOUISIANA Mminraul .material Ifrbnle on LoulftlRnn. U'hal Mbrrirtaa Mania u il Willi Whit I.rnirnrr rvii. Sheridan hii sent the follow tiir dispatch to recrlary Hulkuai: M KA tU.V A KTE KM, MlI.ITAKY DlVI- ioN k Mis-soitiu, New Oti.ens, La., Jati.Mh, IST.VTd Hon. V. W. Kolkunp, 8'cretary of War, Welling ton : I think the terrorinin now exiting ia LoulniHtm, Mitwltwip)! anil Arkmix iis could be entirely removed, andooii lideuceand fnlr dealing eatabllnhed, by the arrest and (rial of the ringleaders of :he armed White Leaguer. If Con-..-retw would pass a bill declaring them banditti, they could be tried tv a mil iary commission. This banditti who murdered men here on the 14th of hint September, also more recently at Vicksburg, Mis-, should, in justice lo law and order, and the peace and pros perity of this southern part of the country, be punished. It is possible that, if the President would issue a proclamat...

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. — 13 January 1875

Unoibiilc ugtcchlg Cbromtlc : JMcbtttsDaB,' anu;un 1873. mm IHKWEEKLVCUOiNlOLE. HULS & RIf )KS, Publishers. Ao. Ill .VwtW Vaet, .SVoV. n nir mdm hiptiok. ( . fiy.ollf ywir M 12 fl 'S..-i..j. kii 'aiaih I tl lsn enl.tes. rr 1ft t-- 1t-nty sirie. on ur .. JS1 tio WKDNKSDAV. JAN. 1.".. 1S7. Tur lloi'SK having passed the Nejiate finance hilt It will unquestion ably be approved b the l'rcsidcht aud Iss-onie a law. - Womikh if Mierttiiin's blunt cm doTM'iuont il' Sheridan as a soldier anil runa won't lt-cu Lis chances Cur a Detn'ratie nomination in - - - Tut. Washington cjrri-sM.ndcht of Vv 1'ourUr-Ji'ttrivil think it certain tHiU the t on tea and coins- will In rstonsl a', the prex-nt session ..' OlUJTt' s. Wt ivi in Mit...,ii.i. t.. th i ;.!.. ...... . r .. ' ... villi wlim I i. 4.u-hi.nf. rtv.ni tr... I mhii"h i - ....... v... . .v. 7wj and Newth-lcans ('-'.-. The Hliu.rial fn-ui the C'hicatra Tuiv Ityitliujr leiiiicratie pajer of Wet, is siijiticanf. the the I'm, llrowiisvillce pu...

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. — 13 January 1875

ItnoibUU WLttk$ 0mclc : ffiUdntsaji, $mutarn 13, 1875. (A THS WEEKLY CHRONICLE. Oil- chs-hhcli tnniloi Tim to inj tuldrM nn ftps tmnt.ii. Rmn fit 4vrlUlnc la Weekly. I an line. r b. lid. tfl ounititat Maw. l 6 (" s 1 ,.ir.,, ' I Vi IS Sli fl t lis 2 qur( an to .1 10 Vc VI 2?m S urw.l 4 :. S ll I : H VI SHM .17 .1 'matt I rt II III Ills 14 110 m me -, Ol . mwl 14 W li ns m to; 10 I I to tin tHK kidkri. Onder the New Postal Law we are .vrm compelled to rnj-rAv iitaok on overy copy of the ChkOmclk sent onteWe of Knox county. 1 le.retofore our mibscrihKTs living outside of this Connt.y hnve been compelled to py every year in addition to their sub scription, Twknty Oats. ThLa tax now folia upon us. We have not raised the subscription price of the Cuhonhte, however. It is now there fore twenty cents: a year cheaper to ouch subscriber than before. It is a better newspaper than ever ; con tunfl nearly twice as much reading matter art any other weekly paper in Kant Tennessee. Hut we can not ...

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. — 13 January 1875

ftitoibillc adlctklp 'oniclc: '.Mcutustwg, Januarjj 13, 1875. It THE WEEKLY CUKOSIULE. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 1.1. 1S75. TlIK AMlU'NT of dividend to III' ;M out by corporal ions duriiii; the jirownt month in tlie city of NVw York will amount to $.H, 000,01 U. Thk prohiililo cikiiiliil.'U'y tt' (!ov. Porter for the Semite, exjiliiin the close contest for the Spe;vkei-!thii of the Senate. In case of n vaeaney in the Governor's olliee tliu Speaker of ti.e Senate become Governor, It in nut, beyond the rane of probability that Mich will be the case on the 1th of March next. Thk Nashville llnux-ris not pleased n'h the postjmnement of the Senato rial election, which follows a failure to organize the Legislature on Mon day. The excitement is runnim: pretty hiiili, and the Legislature is not likely to go to work earnestly on the general subject of Legislation, un til the Senatorial quest ion is ilisjnwril .Startling M:Vrtlroiiicery direc tion is the order of the day. Here is the. next item which we...

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. — 13 January 1875

Iinobtllc cthln roniclc :' ocllcbncsto, nnunrn 13, 187 J ftlf KRIItAVK MILITtRV I'ARICR rrm Ivia 4 boat II U Habit natal larwltr. Tin- following review of (leu. Klierl- clhn'h milltiiry curler in by I Iih l,ouih ville Loiiimrrcuit, u moderate journal, uol )iriM'nts conio fm-ti. M.li i!i eole of I lie count ry will ihiw read with Interest : The iHincopiloii cif Ot-iHTtil rtln-rl-dun'ii eliaraeter wliieli the exireiniatu of tile iSui'tlMTii res lnve eon-tun I ly lield up lo their render, Hint whieti iuont of their i cm H-ftii tu run--ider Hit true on-, i iiml he l m drunken, tynninienl hully; tWe ami locroili'r-M t the weak, uud eowurdly tearful of an eiitlttl loe. Noliody known that (Sheridan l no nuoh man at that wtter than tbone who hnve most per miteiitly ileKprlhpil hloi o. TIih de-H'-ritioii in false enough to he uidio tnu, if (lie spirit which ha rouipied it wan not kui'Ii an to keep away nil lu cliornua KUKKlionx. All a gleal deal will he w ritten about hint preently im-ed on ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 13 January 1875

ffnortulle Uehlg flfcroratU: tomrsD..p, lanuatg 13, 1875. 3 IIOMK (UHCLK.. rtti; vtui; or r. vxr tij it: mow ah vu.i.r.. of the voting gentry ' lb. In place, bad for It orator" .'.manncl rtoyl leoloreci), i who electrified Ml- audience beyoild I llr.i rk of the l.riUIHr-.bli the lilulici-t expedition, mi- worm ' moves, : 4 Sew Wnjr 1'e.y theft.ale IM Kcpreecnlatlui tilWn h.w iiitrodno'd Inveatlicailejn-MeuittorlMl r'.leeilnn. Turning from tin" tiny to tlu grave, I have the painful Oiny f recording the death nf one nf our oldest cititi-iiH, l r. Alt .Hinder llrair. . hi, d 71. Mr. I'. Iimlliv.il litrvuii'i- ihau fifty year e kioiun throughout ttiix pt well greased and working finely. S.r 1iuulM-tnrliiir liirMc - 1M pnrlitHI Oplulon. I In- .i w York F.vtniny J'unt, nf .' ii.tiai.v I'll, t'- hii Interesting and .wi-'ivi aitu-le "ii ''Hie in ir r . 1 1 1 1 1 i iiolu.li." I'll- iili'i.r Ural notes I W " ICOIitltV tin", .... -liliwn ley the history ill ! I r.-..i. i urn !n " 1'nnmri :' i,...

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. — 20 January 1875

vox,, v. LATEST NEWS BY TELEGRAPH. NASHVILLE. hobbs Comes to time and Makes a Statement. A Bill in Die Senate for the Punish ment of Drunkenness. Solul tm Kiioxvllle Chronicle. Nashville, Jan. 12, 1875. The following anions other bills were Introduced in the Senate to-day: By Mr. Wade A bill to establish a State Board of Pharmacy. By Mr. Polk A bill to regulate the compensation of District Attorneys, paying them salaries instead of fees as at present. By Mr. Logan A bill to muke it a misdemeanor to get druflk, and pro viding for the arrest of drunken per sons and bringing them to trial before magistrates, where thev may be fined not exceeding twenty dollurs. The bill changing the charter of the city of Knoxville fixing the term of office for the Mayor at two years passed on its second reading. Also a bill reducing the chances for a continuance iu criminal causes. HOV8K. A letter was received from the attor ney of the famous Hobbs at Waverly, announcing that that individual would be ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 20 January 1875

JbutfbtlU iftlcchln (romric : Mcimcstian, anu;un 20, 1873. THEWEEKLY CHRONICLE. W E DN KS DAY, JAN. 20, 1875. Mick to Your In mix. Tli" f.-fliny tl.at you ay" 'tll. 'i und Sxcd will induce you to go to work ro im prove your farm, t" l'liiiit or-hard-, to ot mil' -I i;nl tree, to iii"lo-e pa-ture. to build comfortable i,nt-li"iie- .mil a h successive iinprnvenienl i a bond to hind you Mill closer to your home-. Thi- will bring contentment in tin-family. Your wi" iiinl daughter will f ill in lov" with lin, nlry. your o-is will lov.' liom' moretliau 'the grog-Imp and prefer farm iti' to measuring tape or profe--iniial loaf- :io.l vnii m be in -'-iitir HI'' PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. process win executed according to tlie judgment of the Court. liesuiiiug ironi tnese proceedings, -- ! through various controversies and ... , , complications, a State administration bite League violence Id Lou- . ..r.unized, with wm. v. Keiiogg, ti4 Governor, which in the discharge of my duty under Suction 4, Ar...

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. — 20 January 1875

ilnoibilU Mtt) tityomtk: S&ctmcsimn, $nnuarn QCf, 1873. rk Xewa-. Kdaratlamnl 11 emu. Mossy C'kkkk, Tk.nn., Jan. 12, '73. 7 the Editor of the Chronicle: Monny Crei'lc certainly li determined not to l Hurpnttm-d hy any o:her lo cality in Kiwt Teiun'HHfe, in tlm point of educutinii. Thin in due to the energetic spirit ex tstltiR ninoni? the people. Since my Ia8t article In your widely circuliuei paper, over five tliotmiuiit dollar- have heen "poured In pond homN for Momy Creek College, mid uhout that Hinoiin't has been pledged for the eMtnhixhment ofB 1'rcHbyteriHii fma'e school at thin place. May God blew, such lihnrt The purcha-e of Ihe llrunuer property hy the Tuisteeit of Motwy Creek College ha been anticipittei, hut the writer hm lerteiieii that, owing to will made hy the own er at liis death, a ftatiwfuetnrv deed could not he fciveri. We learn that Muj. A. J. Mountc.istle proposes el ng his splendid and tie ly-erHct"(i dwelling on very reasonable term. Ihe 1 rustcet will pro...

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. — 20 January 1875

iiiioibtllc wtlcchln Ciuomclt : t&tcbncstian, anuarn au, 1875. uBiiwum ME WEEKLY CHHOMOLE. RULE & RICiXS, Publishers. JVo. Ill Market Place, East Side. rt;imi or m km RirTiox. On? f.y,ine yenr 12 in ci-pf, in months 1 (0 Ten eopipd, une rear lf Twenty eor-ies. one yeur 30 W A EUKOI'EAN W.VIl rKORABLK. THE HOURS CAE. Tim farts arc gradually coming out NOT THE FIRST CASE. the Hobbs scandal. Enough is make the most of the Louisiana ease was, Icarfully incompetent as he has nrnvpn himself in hn if nntliinc worse. The Democratic press are swift to ,10 Wll, tftkcn ftl,(1 ,)lll0e(fin 1K)Hi. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 20, 167r,. Dinvan's msinkss interests must Lave been heavy to induce him to buy out Hobbs. Very patriotic that wa. Ot'it bvsink-s men and owners of real estate will find some profitable reading on our local page in the arti cle on "Our Railroad.' A roRP.LM'ONDENT of the Memphis Apial grows devotional over the Sen atorial situation and says : Would that we bod no election fur Jen ...

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