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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 20 January 1875

Jinoibillt ttctcckln Chronicle: SilrtncsDan, ;uutarn 2tt, 1875. 5 TIIE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. RPECIKESI COPIES Of th Chrokich mailed fra to any adlrc on application. Rate of Advertising- la Weekly. Tan line, or 1cm. tolid. to conMUute a tquars. a 9 Sun. 1 Square.. , U4quarti 3iuare j 4 -Mjuare Giuare $1 Ml f Vl 3 (IU ."O im: s ori f Ml 11 IKI T Mi' 14 (W TO OIK NI'BNCRIHKKO. Under the New Postal Law we are jow compelled to riu:rAY rosTAoE on every copy of the Ciikonkxe sent outside of Knox county. Heretofore our subscribers living outside of this County have been compelled to pay every year in addition to their sub scription, Twenty Cents. This tax now falls upon us. We have not raised the subscription price of the Chronicle, however. It is now there fore twenty cents a year cheaper to each subscriber than before. It is a better newspaper than ever ; con tains nearly twice as much reading matter as any otlnr weekly paper in East Tennessee. But we can not afford in any case to send the Ci...

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. — 20 January 1875

ilnofbillc $IcchlD tfjjromclc: Mcimtsbag, anuurn 20, 1875. THE WEEKLY CimONICLE. WEDNESDAY, JAN. I'O, 1875. . It is now evident that Hobbs can't be elected to the United States Senate. THE LOUISIANA MESSAGE. Tut: ritiiLi:NT' views on military interference do not sound as though lie meant to proclaim himself Dicta tor. What a disappointment to the sensational press ! - In the Hobbs drama, which is just now haviu a popular run" at Nashville, lSrown and lhirclt appear in their life-like original character of ' two young men from the country." The Ann-riant (Inxir keeps up its warfare on " short weights," and the packers, who swindle the public by selling twelve ounces for a pound av oirdupois, are beginning to feel its weight. Tin: bill before the Legislature in reference to the compensation of Grand Jurors, to which allusion has already been made in our dispatches, provides that such Grand Jurors shall receive pay for only three days after they have been empanneled and sworn. THE SOBE...

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. — 20 January 1875

flnorbillc eulcthln olbrtmiclc : c'i'Utmcsto, Januarn QCf, 1875. ANOTIITR nOTI; KIR THE IKCIX. N ATI HOAI. Tliff I mm! TrmirHrPt Virginia unit 4eorKli Knllrnnrt Witt kins tnr n Knnxtlllp Connrrilon. 1 lie following HrticlH which we find in the CiiiciniiRti Gazrtt: uf th ISth lupt.. N of local interest hihI arxi1uins i!iclf : The O'azctlc shjh : The folli)wltm Iihk reference tn .ni poceil nrrHiienient fur u loute via Knoxville to ChutlHiiooii, in connec tion with the (.'liiciniiu'.i Southern Kailroad : The follow it u I'remnhle and resolu tions were uiutminoiixly jhismmI hy the Hoard of Directors of the Ksst'IVnni Hee, Virginia and Georgia Jim I road Company : Whkkka", It hr.a I'een Htateil that the Tructeew of the Cincinnati Hoth ern ltailroad have exireteil a willing ness to FtiHpend work on the line of that road between I'liil wood and Cliat tanoou ; Wiikkkas, It has also hcen Hlated that if Hiiitahin coiitracm can he insde with tlie Kiixt Tennessee, Virginia and (Jeortsia Kailrou...

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. — 20 January 1875

f S.sw,'sti; Jlnormltr ttlcthlp Gbronitie : Mcfciustop, anuarn 20, 1875. homk ciucia:. rki.iiiioi ircnn. I'rom Onr i.'xrintn,f The Bristol Courier ku.vh : The Pnw bvli riiiii 1'luinii of (iiiuil.-oii will he nrptnizi'il alxmt the i.'litli, tn the Kih coj'Hl t'huroh I'liililino. which luis heeu leased fur nue yvM. The Morristuwii Musette nays: lli:l-toii CiiiiiVreiice, 8111111)8111, mis under lis foritcritig cure, two male Col leen nnd one lemnlo, Mini the prnlia liiliiy 1- tlie College Hi Aeheville, N. C, will ngniii beiHirue a Conference school. The Kingston Independent Hays : The week of ryer whn olisiTved here, servlce.i Iifiiig held in the l're-liy teriau Hint M. K. Cnurch alturuutely, led tiy Bros. Mci.'orkie itnd Hi tinner. The liieelinurt were well nttoiiiWil und we trust .rntUnlle. The Chultaiioi'tri Cummcrcitd of the l.'ith illt , shs: i'lie revival at the First BnptiKt Cliinch is deeneninx in mlTest. Two cmix f rsiiuia were re portfd J ..-1 niitl.t, aud the -lute of fee I ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 27 January 1875

i-w ELJi.- -f n: voi,. v. KNOXVII.LK. TENN.: WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 27, !S75. NO. 44 J LATEST NEWS BY TELEGRAPH. NASHVILLE. - - - Three Ballofsfor United States Senator. Nashvillk, Jin. ID 3 P. 1870. Npecial I the I'broBlrlr. Three ballots wero taken in the Senate Johnson 6, Stephens 0, Bate 4, Brown 8 Quarles 2, Savage 2, Kennedy 1, and low ing 1. The second and third ballots resulted the same as in the first. The Iloiisfl was in secret session one hour on the Ilobbs question. The reporters were excluded. There was one ballot for Senator, John son 21, Brown 11, Stephens 11, Bate 11, Savage 6, Ewing 6, Quarlcs 6, Hawkins 1 Brownlow 2. Both Houses adjourned. Governor Brown received two rotes from East Teanessee : Stamet and Fowler, the balance from Middle Tennessee. Stephens received all of his Tolcs lrora West Tennessee, except Maryee. Brown Is considered out of the contest, though his friends will make a desperate effort to-night. The feeling between Brown and Bate is bitter. Johnson G...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 27 January 1875

Iinoitnllc kchln &rnmuic : Sttrtmcsuan, $annarn 27, 1873. THE WEEKLY MRON1CLE. WEDNESDAY, JAN. -7, 1ST5. riLI) A.IVl 1-VA.HM. HOW TO GET OOOI) lt(IAI)-. Tlic Legislature should provide for the erection of county workhouses, where all persons convicted of minor offenses should lie sent to work out their sentence for the public benefit. If the Magistrates were vested with jurisdiction in cases of petit larceny with power in certiiiu cases to empan nel a jury of six men and with author ity to commit those convicted to the County Workhouse, pending an ap peal where bail could not be furnish ed, or to give final sentence on ver dicts not appealed from.the county and State would be saved annually a large mim of money and crimes be more speedily punished. Under some such a law a county as large as Knox would have convicts enough to build good highways to all principal points in a few years. To encourage free holders on the more important high ways to improve their roads, the coun ty of...

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. — 27 January 1875

JirajirfrilU i&Icchlij romtU: MtcDncsr)an,; ;muarn S7.1B75 3 now NAAHVII.I.K. ' Jobnaoa'a Frlead Hope tor Narrm the Nisi Ballot Ili-own Ont f tue Rare The llonae Wrnn na. fm On the llohhe Mf. 8t eclal Correapnnience to Knniville Chronicle. Nashvillk, Jan. I8lli, lST'i. Beyoud the iiiiiUKuralloii of tiover uor Porter to-day, nothing of impor tance was trnnsiirteil In (lie Lptfiidn ture. The ri'i)ort of the Hobbs 0m uiittee was expected, but for boiiih rea son did not make Its appearance. It was prepared yesterday as I learned, uud being a production of the Bubbitth, It ought to be a righteous document. It is pretty certain that it will be a unanimous report from the Commit tee, and equally certain that it im putes nothing improper to either tiov. Itrown or Comptroller Ilurch. or to any other officer of the State Govi-ru-ment. Hut even after thin unanimous report, it will be hard for Mr. lUirch to satisfactorily explain his disinter ested friendship for Ilobbs prior to his resigna...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 27 January 1875

llnorinllf Mtth$ Cmht tcbntsimn, January 11, 1875. THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. RULE St RICK9, Publishers. A'o. 1! Market Place, Vast Side. I t'.KMMOF Ht'RM'KIPTION. Oe coijr,on rr. 1 2 00 One eo, iii tnootha 100 Ten eoniei, one yer,... Twnvv eopiM, ona yeur.. . ) no WEDNESDAY, JAN. 167-5. Tiii:i;i: wn.i. be no war with Spain. - B Tin: Dkmoi hatii- press are bejiin ning to find out llobbs is aoinchndy. Fkikksos lias come up. Wonder if he explained where Duncan rot that $10,000? Jkik. Davis received one vote for Senator on the twelfth ballot in the Tennessee! -Legislature on Friday last. Tim: ahmis-ihxs of Frierson's At torncy are not complimentary. If all this exposure was only on some ear-pet-has legislature what a howl we would have. Tiu:kk are some, rich disclosure in House's testimony before the Ilohb's Committee, As the bribed men were not "straight Democrats" or " Radical-." what were they ? AlIOllNKV (iF.NKl'.AL WlI.I.IA.MS thinks Turley has ruined hiiuself po litically by deserting...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 27 January 1875

$mxbk ratttthlfi mritlt: TObnesbag, gimuurn a7, 1875. THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. HPECIMElf COPIF.) if th CnioKiCLi mailed free to Mir xidrM application. iMn of derlliia- la Wmklj. Tea line, or Int. lolid. to eonrUtnt iiquri. 8rct. 1 Suuure.. 2 siuar' 3 Mioaro 4 -joare 5quarw fl M 3 mi 4 5i (1 MC 7 5"' M ii do II (10' 14 00 II M) 8 M 11 50 14 If lo 5 ' tW ISO : 00 $15 on 10 Ml, 1 ISO, 27 00 14 So! 2S W1 37 Ml IK 001 30 00 45 00 W 00 W 50 M 50 B4T TM!KWEBtl1,eRMTT. OUMMRR SK38IOS bfitioi Thur4T. Jsnu- KJ try iiiu. TO OI'R MfBHCRIBP.K. Under the New Postal Law wc are .ow compelled to ritKrAY rosTAor. on every copy of the Chkonule sent outside of Knox county. Heretofore our subscribers living outside of this Connty have been compelled to pay every year in addition to their sub scription, Twenty Cents. This tax now falls upon us. We have not raised the subscription price of the Chronicle, however. It is now there fore twenty cents a year cheaper to each subscriber than before. It is a better ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 27 January 1875

THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE! WEDNESDAY, J AS. X. 1S73. TiiEiirE-TioN-no-w if. Who i' Frier son? . . .. iK the IIouivi Committoe couM avail itself of the Rcnices of Col. John Kiixtor iu prosecuting the inves tigation, they might be able to get at some facts behind Ducvd'sj statement. If the investigation stops when his testimony leaves it, there will be a rielifleM for exploration u?iV.stur!e I. liaxter has a way of getting ut f.-icU in Ktich ruses that the people appre ciate. We have often hear.i that State debts were "a bless;:i" but never realized it until we read of Duncan's patriotic act in buying out of office for $10,000 that incompetent Comp troller I Ioi bs. I f bondholders wore all such unselfish citizens, we would never have incompetent crth e-Loiders. for they would buy them or,'., you know, via Duncan Hobl.s. SlClI PATliioTK Duncan are worth Tennessee. bondholders a srrent ilea! I he contest for L:i.tei Mutes Senator in Rhode Island, adjourned over from last winter, is still ex...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 27 January 1875

,,v. . Mr. Moultou Yew, ir. Auln 1'orttr tul. lifS'-fd him . A ('LOSE RERltt OK yl'EsTIONK, To ap"ertaiu thp cXHot lute when hits iilleped fripmlship fir Mr, lit'telier lie ;u mid when it doaed, Hint then hav ing eettk-il the' prevlae time in Imth taste, he iiimie h NlartlinK HUiiirention I y briiiKiPK together hevdial tlnnn" iu the crrt-Hiii(lf ui' with the- tlntes. Tbn; Mr. Porter So y.mr liret fritrxlaliip for Mr. lieetther wwt on lhat Moriuy uinht when yiu lewriie l tliHt he hHil rleLittuehed the wife yt your most luti tnte frienil ? Mr. Mouiutn YeJ, Kir. Mr. Porter And ynu terminated vo;ir friendship wii .mi Keerher Miught from yo;i the document' whtch lie de sired to prove hi inuoi-e Uv-e of that liarKe ? Mr. Moulton Yes, nir. The object of Mr. Porter was to In volve Moultou in a maze of contradic tions, and his question with this in tent were not only nharp and vigorous, hut were delivered in away iu ten (led to ie fieouliarly a we-i umpiring and itapreosive. On the whole, I ...

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. — 27 January 1875

Jimiitrillt Icthls tityimult : Mtfcntstras, lanuarg 27, 1875. 8 IIOMK CHICLE. PIT MTtl E omORTF.R." The following rersei were written by Alico Frances llickerstolh oa the hume ral! of a trado-man's child, whom hrr mother fondly culled hor "little comfort er." I nixy not Ruard my darling's sieo; B -side hr bet to-niff ht ; I In'y the slurs o'er htr shall keep Thi-ir watch till dnwn of light j l!tit in the land of endless day, The lurid where phe i gone, Tliey never need nor sun nor stars. For God is light elone. The little guttering foet which mde Such music for me here, I ki,uw are by the angels led lly slremns of water clear. 1 know that to my darling's hand A harp of gold is given, And that the voice now hushed for me Has learnt the songs of heaven. Hut oh ! the silence in our home, The weary, ach:ng pain. The longing that we may i.ot quell. To call lo r hack again. One hand of love can dry our tears. nc pierced hand alone, One only voice can bid us say, Father, Thy will be done."...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 3 February 1875

i VOL. V. KNOXVILLE. TENN. : WEDNESDAY. FEUUUARY K, IS75. NO. if LATEST NEWS BY TELEG3APH. NASHVILLE. LIVKLf TOSTKM FOK trolli;rs:iip. Nasiivillk, Jan. 2G, 7.10 r. m. NjwIhI to Hnoxvllle t hronlrlr. Oo the final or f0th ballot for United States Senator, tlio members Toted ns f"l lows : for JpliDwa Senators Uiizird, . Emmcrt, llaynw, Hodges, Jones, Joidtn, ; Marchbanks, Mosoly, Overton, Smith mid Turley, and Representatives, Uarr tt, Iloud, Brook, Iiullcn. Jinrnard, Ilurnett, Cir son, Cates, Colo, Cross, Dodson, Eset, Kin ley, Fowler, Galloway, Gibson, Giori, Greer, Harris, Ileal, James, Ledger wood, lper, Malhcs, Myers, MeCluin, McMillan. Neal, Newburn, OJell, Parrinb, I'atton, l'eters, Tond, Hou-li, Spears, Stamen, Taylor, Trcwhitt and Wyr.n 52. Those Toting for Hon. V. H. Stephens, were Senators Aden, Logan, Tolls, Rag ianJ, Speaker Paine and Representatives, Adams, Cooper, Cummins, Gardcnliirc, Olenn, "Oober, Herring, Harwell, Hunt, March, Martin, Mitchell, McGlotblin, Par ker, K...

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. — 3 February 1875

I Jhotbtllc ecchln Cljjtonult: SMcuncstniri, cbnuug 3, 1375. THE WKEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 3, 1S75. ,VINL lVUM. Attention is invited to the com munication printed elsewhere ou Road nnd Immigration. The cor respondent has had peculiar facili ties lor informing himself upon the subjects of which he treats.. We are glad to learn that . the people are waking up to the importance of the question we are agitating. We will be glad to hear from those interest ed in this subject in short articles. Foi'R weeks of the time allotted to the present General Assembly has expired. During this time the Sena' torial election has absorbed public at' tcntion, and we are not disposed to complain that our Solons at Nash ville have been utterly unfit for a survey of the tield of general lcrisla tion. I5ut this is all over now, and we trust that something of a national character will henceforth occupy their attention. A road law and a vigor ous statute for the protection of sheej are two of the mea...

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. — 3 February 1875

Snwbillt Witt$ tityonuk: flBWmtsbajj, jftbrnarp 'J, 1875. 5 MT.TTF.R FRO if ft ANMTH.I.r.. At Lat lb t'.Bd lame-Andrsrev John Ma Klawtajd-A Week f Intenae r.x llfml (I iBCMlMttl t'Blll. Speciiel Correspondence of Knoxville Chronicle. At last the Rreat struggle In elided After seven day of balloting, neven nlgbU or CftUCURlng, four weeks of maneuvering nd wire pulling, and af ter twelve mouths of pipe-laying, the "Great Commoner " haw been chosen as Senator lirowulow'gsueceiwor Iti the United States Senate. Nashville hat never before been o thoroilghly stirred up by a political contest. The excite ment w scarcely excelled by the ad vent of Buell in 18D2, or the repulsion of Hood by the victorious hosts of Thomas In 1SG4. That ubiquitous In dividual "the oldest inhabitant" who has witnessed Senatorial elections from thedaysof Houston, Cannon, Oruudy, Jones, Bell aud Polk down to the pres. ent, has never witnessed a contest so full of thrilling excitement us this. THE FF.K.I.INO. The d...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 3 February 1875

ititojbillc i&lrchlg j)romtlc : SSItbucslJar), jfcbr nntn 3; iB75. THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE EULE & RICKS, Publishers. JVo. 19 Market Plwx, East Side. TERM OK NCBMCKIPTIASt. Om copj.or.e Tnr,.... tZ 01 OMitT.itii moothfi - 1 CO Ttm pnMff. one year IS ' Twenty eoriep. one nir ?0 (XI WEDNESDAY, FEB ". 1ST". A l HopuMTl'iN is pending before the Georgia Legislature, providing for the payment of pensions to ex Confederate soldiers. - - 4 - Tin: orx-F.t, lor Reeehcr ought ot to object to Tilton's being a wit ness. He ought to be allowed to swear himself into eternal infamy. a A i.ud: of twenty miles in tlic country just now wouM induce almost any man to sign a petition for better road". Our correspondents in this is sue present the road question in a new light. Mr. R. M. MiCn'Mi was with drawn from the Comptroller's race, kaving received on the ballot prece ding his w ithdrawal, twenty-five votes. "No man of superior business qualifi cations was ever presented for the office, lie had n...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 3 February 1875

Jkoi'billt S&UthiB (mmtdc: SMrtmfstiai), tbruarn a, 1875. THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. pe imk i writ:) the Hiomn mailed free to any addrei on apt I'jnn. - ' ' ' lti ul ! using In Wrrkl. fen line.. tr it', olid, in uunititulo a tanar. is ' ! rn i Vp ( mi is .i i no Its on ihi H ,-si 8. sr 111 iVi lei M, 27 ll 4 M (HI tl Ml1 14 Mil 2-1 .'41. X7 HI It ."Ml II l 14 II I Is 00' oU INI 4h HO 2 4o.UAre ! 4squaree a Square? 7 Ml 14 W lri 5 24 (Oi ! 'SO, n& MJ I'UK MAI.K 1X)R SAIB A No 1 four yir ..11 Jack. V'or I aniculani, inouire of .1, l. Bennett. Family Urooer, wt till Market S'cisrc. Knoxville, Tsn. r.T Tr.rsER i wivfkitv. (JIMMKR SESSION braina Tliufduv. .Tanu C) ary2'th. i22d."m2 III Ol It M ItHl KIltt.KH. I'nder tin? Ni'v Postal Law we are .low compelled to 1'kki'ay iostaci". on every copy of tlio, Ciikoniu.i: sent outside of Knox county. Heretofore our subscribers living outside of this County lmve been compelled to pay every year in addition to their sub scription, TAvi:nty Ckvis...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 3 February 1875

.inoibillc fttohln fljnomtlc : 3Icbncgti3B, Jfcbnmrj) 3, 1875. 1 il h )) rXMi I LIlKUi liJljri. Johnson knows unci teels that lie ' 1 . vc ma DEAD EMPEROR. , ' WEDNESDAY, FEB. 3. 1875. Hoiun Hi U( H Hhown. Funeral cricpa at Nashville. Particulars liereafler. Rvtk Qiari.es Cheatham. For further information apply to A. John son. - Isham (J. Harm? is emphatically a dilapidated politician. To use a fa miliar expression. " lie is too dead to skin." JoiiNsnx would not have been elected without the seven Republican votes. They are printed in italics in our special. . Tin; Hobbs committee read u mum iinous report, exonerating Governor Urown and Comptroller Htirch from complicity in the Ilohhs swindle. Tin. Cohiniliia Ih rnhhntil Mail says llobbs ' stands to-day before the peo ple a disgraced and dishonored man. And Mr. Duncan, who acknowledges that lie bribed him. is scarcely less to blame." I!u:nmik's ki.ki tiu.v to the I'nited States Senate from Rhode Island will ive irenoral satisfaction...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 3 February 1875

'f-IIMtna "Too thin" Iinh hecniii olinilete. " Aot HiilURieutlv materialized " I. the latest form In whieit this Idea Is clutli. Ml. An Ohio editor In!! that " month Iv school reportH nnita lie handed in mi ediievdny of nrb wei-U to itiaure (heir puhlication." There were two arrivals at the wharf yesterday. Captains Roherts and Un derwood from French Uroad brought tlown two boat loads or corn for Rlilp ment. The Morrlstown Uazette pays: Ung :noiera, or some tuner tiim-nne. is caus- itifC the death of the street lion in our town. If they would poomstdeof the corporation to die, their death would be a public blessing but the stench in one or two places is not very pleasant. Jonesboro' Jlcrald and Tribune says A larger number of mules are being wui to maiKei mis winter man usual A man by the name of Mongold, is cou 11 nea hi jail inr cruelly wh iv ping his own child. How sad to know it parent would o treat an innocent child. An honest farmer, being asked why ne uni not Hiiiwcrioe for a...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 3 February 1875

Jinormllt fcMethlg 0mrlr : ttffltbncsrp, jftbruarg U,1875. 8 WHT T iiY mmiy v. niTTiii. j i Hiiio tli( rofc .' IWati- tli im. in I W I, v .-liinir.fr. IVtin.l in the tn lino : And ftipiiine. d-: .Id sr-iiui atum- ran- ami fw atiil wur'iH'd tlli'in iut Krmvi". l):i-t. wil'i Uio spirit' my-tiu omntirsiirii. hut luixl tin ilr.'UJ- kisSC ivrf im7 All lii won- i V'! in tlw nwpot. r 'd mu.iuI), till, lt to siirlil. Ti.i' 1 1 ivii li('i'ui' t"o i-viui-'iti', ami vau lilm vie!'."'- rMitu-0"l tin uiiflil Wir, did in die Ah. wliv a-k the i;uotion ! 'Hutu is h lime t" invp- ii tunc to give : Mii- pt-ristud (iliully, fj idinj i-Iiko tho urot. V ti'T'-in i- jrarniTod what it U t' live. Srri'in'r or Fibntnrv. till: Kl(.IOt Of tMM Hi) l' II 11I I.iiN. ik'op.-, w'.ioro the '!n kr.uwi tho sltop- 1,1'nguos from tiio Infill nwny S ho kno tho lizht.-. iojiuliK where mvi iad : rill heaven uiiii t-nidie.-s tiay Thorth roos on "i-i'k.s and lo?e A:id men in the ehiitigcs doiieht : rtvn whirls ih awiiv into...

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