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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 10 February 1875

A i ki VOL. V. KNOXVUXE, TKNN. : WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 10, !S75. NO. 46 LATEST NEWS BY TELEGRAPH. Nashville' I IU u Rellere Delinquent Tax- Payers. Ukl is MmkIIIi (-hrwatrle. Nashvillb, r'sb. 37:40 r. m. Ike feasts was not session to da, for of a quorum. Adjourned antil 10 A. . to-morrow. The Mouse met at 10 o'clock fifty. two members prevent. A number of unimport ant billa introduced. Uesolutions were in '.reduced, and adopted, requiring the I'eoi entiary Committee to enquire into (he '.reatment of convicts by the levee of the penitentiary. Also a resolution asking the passage of n law granting pensions ro the Tolunteori from Tennessee who served ia the Mexioan war. The rcsoln tioo wm adopted. The House had a lengthy dis vuseisn over a bill to relieve delinquent '.ax-payers from penalties imposed for back taxes of 1874, provided that such delin. juents paid the principal of the tax by the nret Monday of July, 1876. Mr. Gibson eppooed the bill, and argued that if it be name a law 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. — 10 February 1875

2 Itmnbillt ftfcltchlg omtU : IcDncsDaj), cbrnarg 10, 1875. THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 10, 1S7.'. FIELD A.NI PAllM. "Keep it yotci articles on roads, They are doing good." Such mes nagec we are receiving every day. Thia is the reason when people who travel appreciate the necessity of tlic reform we are urging. Our merchants are aa much interested in the matter aa the farmer. Good wagou road for thirty miles in every direction from Knoxville would bring an in ereasod business to every merchant and trader. Nobody disputes thin. Who, then, opposes the law ? We Iihvo yet to hear of any oue. All, t hen, that is needed to secure it, is action on the part of the people. Send up letters and petition and message to Nashville that will give our legislators to understand that some legislation is expected and demanded and it will eome. We still have petitions ready for circulation. THEPEOPLr.ro bi:tti:h ou. A Ds-monstrallon Alans Ihr 1. i -ii i Line. from KdoxtIUc Dsilr Chronicle Ken...

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. — 10 February 1875

llnwbiUc $lccMu onirU. S&e&ncsfcan, cbruarn 10, 1875. THrOJ-CEECtlEB. Tilton on the Witness- Stand. ftttraiardlnar Smimii r nrnndnl Snaolal Telegram to Cincinnati Cnvrerolal) Brooklyn, Ytb. 1. It Iimh been a ilay of painful experiences with Tilton on the witnetMi-atanil. "Thin Court siiiHIh like a "litUKhter-hfMiHe," uid hu old legal butcher to-dny about, noon, ttwaatrtic. We all waited anxiously at the hour of the opening of CJourt I his morning for Judge Neilnoii'u declHiou upon Tilton'". ailniUHltiiliiy a a wit ties In liN own suit. Iteeeher wan there with hi wife, though he preach ed twice yesterday. Tilton was there pmld a Krni'p of ad herents Mrs. Tilton wa.t there with three ludy companion", two of them well advanced in years. The jtirorn and all the lawyers and reporter al iu eager expectation for the decMve voice of the Judge. The crowds out aide waited as anxiously for It as any body. They all felt It would be a WEIOIITY AM) 6KNSATI0NAI, DAY If Tilton were allowed ...

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. — 10 February 1875

unormllc udtcchln Chronicle: tVfflttbiusbaa, 'jfcbruarfi 10, 1875. V 1H E WEEKLY CHRONICLE. HULfJ & RIGX3, Publisher? A'o. IK Market place, tut Side. HI UM K1P1I05. On. .-oi.y.un. rear t; in &IZZZZ:ZZZZZZ: wiS t"'n" w''i";,n'-:i--:T-:",:,;:,l' WEDNESDAY, FF.ft in, 1nS. - Null S. Known, Jn., Clerk of the Tennessee House of Representatives, willtw a candidate for Clerk of the Lower House of the 4tlh Congress. " Tiik Union ash Amkiik an likes the name of the new Wisconsin Sen- ator Angus Cameron says it lms a j taX(s are being judiciously used in good, honest sound. Yes, ' Camer- j pavins oir an,i Uiseharging'the obliga on, ' Angus Cameron," " Simon Cam- j tio"Ils tnat !irc binding upon them. eron.'' Yes, it sounds first rate. -a- Fkom Maj, Pcttibone, who is well acquainted with Senator Cameron, just elected from Wisconsin to suc ceed Hon. Matt. Carpenter, we learn that he is a gentleman of the very highest moral character, and that he is politically a 1'epublican of the strict...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 10 February 1875

noibillt WittU$ mtult : tfcmsimii, itbtnars UJ, 1875. 5 THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. RPBVUE1V COriKH rt.h Csaomoia Bailed tv to an? Mdru ID a0'i('ftUOD. Hair of A ttTfriUliic la Wrrkly. Ten line, or lid. to connHnta m p)ur. B 2 Lel f VUrJ. II Mil ; VI 2 'Ounrw J :! Oil Mi :iir i 4 .Vi' s (m I Mil 11 (10 tjnni 7 fiti' 14 Hi H SO H M 1' M 14 16 ', oi tiis nn in si 14 M 1H 00' 28 Oi l lii is) 27 (10 21 W 30 00 45 (l M V) I'OH N.4I.F. BALK A No 1 four - olJ Jack For 4i ar ionlar. Inquire of J. D Bnntt. V'amlr eeer. wmuat Marl at Mviare, Knoiville'len Penrlleltea. A IftJy in Chicago keeps a lUt of her male acquaintances in a pocket diary, and calls it her him book. It In not known whether it contains any Hams. Chattanooga Times: By the way, was there ever a town of thin slae with nuch sidewalks of any kind? and the few nn horrihle? A man who hud had a sevore fall wan asked ly the surgeon, have you sprained yourself near the fibula? No, air, answered he, near the market plane. There were three b...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 10 February 1875

iinotbillc fcftcth.Q feronulc : Mrtmtstas, tlmmrg 10, 1875. 0 THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WKDNE3DAY, FEB. 10, 1875. The Morristown (l.ivite, " on boluilf of Tenncssop, thank Marti an I for voting against taking up tin Civil Rights Kill." Ik the Legislature adjourns without putising an cllioient roa 1 law, it will havccommitteil an inexcusable blun der, and the State will !e set back at least ten years. Wk cotiratwlate Gov. l'ortvr and the people of the Statu, on his out spoken views on the hcIiooI question, as we understand them from the brief allusions to his message in our Nash ville special. The Cincinnati (itz-tte preseuts a review of the buildings to be con structed this spring in Cincinnati and concludes that the prospect is bright for ' plenty of labor, plenty of mate rial and low prices." Thk Chattanooga Time says : Since hi election, ii U correctly report ed, Andy Johns v. Wen e.'nUiitlv troubled with i ) if Uhke-.'' Some men when they nri' " troubled " that way imagine that ever...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 10 February 1875

- jtinorbillc S&Uthln onitlc 'SMrtmsbaj, ebruarn Id;' 1875 . In some of the new ntjU there it no tlauige. Poor relatives are cut tbe muuo m last year. Joa Joarolmon In juot nam very rrioeh lntereeW-d In a few aeltol vernee 'rom the book of Job. We would full Mttvutluu to the aj lortionmeut of rvhool money In this morning'. Jmmip. It Ik ud tbe tax of .f73. Bristol Veu : We Me quite a nom tr of boirtliHul of tobacco brought to town every week. Theeeare fortunate men, for lobscco in Ibe caith crop of the country. Next year there will be lunch more of it produced. BaTRS got up too early one uaorninp, and began to eoold the servant girl. HI" little six year old, who had been listening; attentively during the oon Tersatlon. broke in with, " Father, ("top acolding ; you needn't think that Jaoe'a your wife." "Make you a coot, nlr?" eaid a aus picious tailor to a suspected customer. "Oh, yen, sir, with the greatest pleas ire." " There, Just stand in that po nitkn, pleaae, and look rigbt ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 10 February 1875

Siurtrillt luhls ptmitlt : Mtfcneslras, Jftbruarg 10, 1875. 6 IIOMK OIHOLE. ISJ'SJA, MMTRA, HTRA.(OIX. IIT TUB BST. J. , rT:0. Ten otitMll hand upon the spread, Kise furms kneeling beside the bed, Bine-eres, Black-eyes, Curlythead, rlloudu, Brunette - in BKlaoand a (flow, Waiting tho niagie word. Much row 1 Seven years, six years, fire, fiHir, two I Kiftv finrvra, nil in a lino. (Yours are thirty, and twenty are mine), Ton weet eyw that spars le nd shine. Motherly Mary, ni;a often. Even the finirer-iips again. Glances along the line and then ' Intra, mmfra, eutra, torn, Avplt-eeed and appU-thorn, Wire, brier, timber lock, Three geete in a flock, . Ruble, rnblr rnhble. and row'. r. o. v. t.. Out !" Sentence full on Curly-head , One wee digit is " gone and dead," Nin"-and-furty lo't on the spread Intra, mint.-a," the fiat (roe. Who'll hetaktn, nobody knowt, Only Omi may the lot dispose. Is it more thHn a childish play ? ftill you sigh and turn away, "Why ? V hat pain in the light, I p...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 17 February 1875

Y Y ' VOL. V. KNOXVILLE, TENN. : WEDNESDAY. FEHKUAUY IT, 1875. NO. 47 5 mhmmdt wmm LATEST NEWS BY TELEGRAPH. NASHVILLE. Investigating Treatment f I'eni triUtry CouTletsEfduflDg Sal aries of County Officials Com mittee on Charitable Instila tkns WUJ Beach kaoxville To day. i sTtll KMoavllle ibrttalrlr. Nashvilli, Feb. !, 1S7.V SEXATTi. In the Senate to-day tbe following pro oeodings were had : Kmmert introduced a bill providing for a rental of (he present assessment law. Boyd Introduced a bill to protect and to promote wool-growing, by a tax on dog. Haynes offered a bill to authorize the peo ple to Tote on the lit Saturday of August, 1875, as to whether or not they desired to hold another Constitutional Convention to prepare for submission a new Constitution. If the people vote for a con vention then they are to elect delegates on the 1st Saturday in October. There wus much opposition to the bill, so that it will not likely become a law. The Senato bill allowing aliens to hold real e...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 17 February 1875

0 jhmrtUU Uchlg (frfrronitlt : fttoiusunp, jftbrnars 17, 1875. THE WKEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, FKB. IT, 1875. 1'IELU .V1L l'AKM, Mill Keening; sthr-rp I'urT A writer in the Snlinutl I,iv Mnrl Jonrnal gives his Idea on thi. ubj-t : Sheep pay belter Uinu any other tock. 110 matter vh:a the Kin. I of Mock is I have, been breeding wmc ZOO h-:il of cat h", and I am satisl'ied th.it. inn with the not favorable rendition for w iling. when K' time come-, rJuill make H gre.it deal uoni money, tkollar for ili)U:ir. on the money invested in sheep, mid I shall Hike nn the e.iplt.U ir.ve-ted In cattle. I have about t shis p running without Any particular attention or care, and have xiki i? 1.400 worth of wool of this vear's .tfp, aud have AVI lambs be-ld,-.. ' I do oot think It possible to have ilone -o w ell n an equal capital Invested in cattle. One great adv.iiit:ige -h-ep have overoth rr stock U, that they never die of cnit:i gkms di.vu4r will. Ii they contract. They get tin; wall or fisit-...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 17 February 1875

jLlnoibillt fcffiUthlp (romtU: fc&Uimcsimg, $tbxmm 17, 183. 3 TILTOX-BEEtnCB. Tiifon Tell How He Confronted Beecher with Hi Wifo'n Letter. In A-ocitt'I Him r-Mrt of the tetiiiiuiy of Ihf lWhcf I tint, mi .heSth, in thu fidinwinjr: Ttu- letter litieu by ui.y wifn on t lie -JHh Di-oiiiln r wh hIiuwii In Moul ;un by me few day niter. .Muulluii :hwi knew nullilng of uiy pUnn, kiiiI ao htoii but Mm. Tilton diil. I ubIk-iI Mouiton In K' dowu In JieerliiT ami obtain for inh au intorviiw willi liiui vvltii regard to i. in illation to my funi ;;. I linked him not tell ll-tolirr the utijwt cf U interview, and n' lie vimlil not grant m tlie itittrvun-, to enow him thin letter, a copy ol vrblcli I look oa the euvi'Uipe. Dur ing Mouiton.' nWooi', ami tief'ote Beecher's comiuir, I uiaJi a memo randa of tlttUn on envelopes anil eonie mattera which I wish til to any to Beecher. I nwiveil buck Mr. Til :na'n letter cliortly niter the Hining f the tripartite agreement. In April, 1872, nml it was d...

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. — 17 February 1875

UnojuUU iSItthljj- ftferonixlc: iMctotcsbai), jftbruurn 17, .1875. THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. BULK & RICKS, Publisher. Ao. 19 Marktt Flw c, Ewt Hide. ft MMft or KFBM RIPTIOW. (MMi)iKI ri Ifeip?,aii woaiha, tninH, e year Twenty "". OB ur . f: oi 1 ue 15 ( no WEDNESDAY, FKB. 17, 1675. Hon. D. A.Xi'VS was called home Croia Washington a few days since, by tXe death of his daughter, which oc curred on Saturday, the Gth ins'.. SiTouCoorKn. interviewed on the s-ubjcclof "A. J.'s" election, said : "It is certainly a great triumph, for he lias beaten the strongest men in the Slate. I ought to know Johnson, fur beat him," That's rich! We would like t Liu ' A. .1." now or. CVoper, "My Edmund and Henry." Tin: Gallatin Tnn. '".an ao-jot-nt- ir.g for the defeat of General Bate Tiir tho Senate, charges it to .loht: ( '. Brown. It says: We t:ave to ey tK; ir. our opir.ioti, it wi J be a difficult matter for tli- friends of )-(OTrr.or Brown to convince the people vf Tnnese, and especially the Democra...

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. — 17 February 1875

I""" JAnjoJibiHc ; clcchlji drontclc : Stjcbiusbag, Jtbruarn 17, 1875. THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. 1 h. rmosirt t mailail traa to any .t,lre o aa.. Hairs of rivrrllain In Weekly. Trslint.. or Imk, mild, to eooititma a .quart. I B I" Br.. " C I Si I M W SO pi V) , Oft H :. 0 k fw s fvi id ri w ?oi 27 no I ft! II ! II .Mi! UX ,V :,T fci U i 14 ut ; i no au oo 4mk 7 !) 14 W; 16 'j 2 00, t). ) I row uu I TOR 8 ALU A No 1 four rr old Juk. For i articular., inauira of .1. I. Bsnnatt. Family lira r, w-n.lda Markat Bquarii, hnol vilU.lso. renal lei lea. Work is soon to lie pouiiuimiim.iI ou the ew iron bridge over the Hlwaee , river at Calhoun-Charleton. The Creene county fair come" ott'on the 29th ami :0 of September. 'J'he IntrMgenrrr urged e verybody to get ready for it. Athens Pout: "A bear weigiiiug 800 pounds wan killed near White Clift' Springs on the lilh instant. Wdi. M. Dixon, Bieevllle, in building some splendid carding machines." The most artless fashion editor .vet lieard from is the...

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. — 17 February 1875

llnotbtllf. ftEUthjs Chronicle : Ictmcstaji, Jftbtuara 17, 1675. a rHK WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, KKH. IT, 1875. Jkifiwom Dais iit expected to .Hvor nn oration over the tomb of Roitcrt K. Lee, 'm October next, nt JLr.xingUm, Virginia. No newspaper man in this country rites fo fluent on tlio subject of draw-poker, as tlio editor of the Lou isvHle Courirr-Journid. He flpina out ha!f column editorials without the U-4wt apparent effort. It is believed by those who have had an opportunity for studying the f empor of the Legislature on the sub ject, that the bill which has passed its third reading in ihe Senate, ntol ishlng the office of Tax Collector, will certainly become a law. Col. Jxo. L. Routt, who ban just been appoiuted Governor of Colora do, and confirmed by the Senate, has been Second Assistant Postmaster General for about four years, and has lischarodtho duties of that position fiiithfullv and satisfactorily, lie was appointed from the State of Illinois. Tin: editor of the Ch...

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. — 17 February 1875

Ibwbxll Wuh$ (fcibromelt: Mc&ntstmii, cbtuarn 17, 1075. 7 Pe)auta. Quit a number of catU wrrw nn tkeBquare Thursday changing linil, aod we presume the shipping titivlnvrs kM opened. An Indiana K.m.lHy aoJioul mmi write, to a lii tile firm in New Ynik: " Heod me on 'itun HumlHy mhixil pu llers and booltH. Let (lie book he ativut plrateo aiul I iu1imji asfara pott nitrre." Th KnoxviDi- Iron Company Wtk I'ontiiii iKv .1 ierMliiiB avain yesterday, after a rwl nf nine week that is, itiH lipiii-r only have gone to vwk, bat it 1h thought that the pud ellera will aim Im at work In a few days. 'When a Chicago polio-man kixh Ire hisd a lumber pile nnd almoin three tall through hla hat, atidrunauplo headquarters and tell about his ad venture with the Benders of Karu-a, they raise bis pay on Hie spot. Merit is always rewarded In Chicago. A lawyer once Baited a hotel-keeper the following question: "If a man tfives you a hundred pound to keep for him, and dies, what do you do? Do you pray fr ...

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. — 17 February 1875

frioriM BUthlg floruit .' Amibaff, Jftbrua n? 17, 1873. IIOMK CIHOLK. IIV ItKHIXI'A I'KIII l:V ItKKH. I: .- Mil Jlllllllllll llflOriKHMI ' liiily itli nil ti mid jjniy with i li -kiiut. Ilic hile my ni-i'illi' fli. I iMink Mint tiilk soijif't iiiic- ii I'M i, I '- I in i n lup. a soft, lirilit lici'ji. tv urimxui -tikltnr-, :tml while blue: ll-iw lit t If feel ill ilaiiec them mil. M ln IhiI a mother over knew - iil L- I lie Imii-i inj merry three ut fur ii viil liue jrii,ii)"to-ila : II' re in the Im-h 1 sit uiul re-t. lired with their m-li ami noise il:i. n I tint ttMi dear hmu ii eyes w ill vr my ilarn in tlii rriiii.-un too : l: i the only son wo have, Vijd tnollieis love their Ikv-. kllnW ! m.I: ami ami 1 1.' r ami under, out anil in. I My sloekinir iiii'iitlinsr is never ilon" '. Snwiy mm the lf-K'iiiiij .-p:n-- Thread of the soft. Mne worsted run. I- it. a fancy ': (ientle arms recp 'round my lin k In a loving w ise: Ye., my twin girlie. the.e Mile ho' linns ii thought of you...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 24 February 1875

a la t in oxiiL: ' o 1 ' . iff ,7 . - . ' -fit nuiiTrsra in . VOL. V. KNOXVILLE. TENN.: WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 24, 1875! NO. 48 LATEST NEWS BY TELEGRAPH. nashville" plnl u Knoxvllle bronlcle. Nasiivili.i, Feb. 16, 1S73 SCXATK. Mr. Jordan offered a resolution exclud ing Sundays from Ibe To days fixed by tbe Constitution for tbe section of the Logisla turo. By Mr. Marchbanks, a resolution in structing our Senators and Representatives in Congross to socure appropriations for the improvement of tbe Ter.nes.see and Cumberland rivers. By the rac, a bill to relieve delinquent tax payers from all penalties if paid by the first of July. 1876. Senate bill making betting on elections a misdemeanor, passed its third reading. A resolution pledging the honor and good faith of the State for the payment in full of all State indebtedness, principal and In terest, was made the special order for next Tuesday. HOCSK. Cummins introduced a bill to lease the Penitentiary at the expiration of the pres ent lea...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 24 February 1875

gUwibtllt fojlcckln Chronicle : (Mctmcslrnp, Jftbnxnrjj a&, 1875. THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 24, 1675. FIKLl) and FAllM. "THE DOG WARFARE." Under the above caption, the MoMj Rrport of the Department of Agriculture, for Januarj, contains a uggestive article, in which facts are wanted that should arouse the peo ple of the whole country to an ap preciation of the folly of maintain ing a hord of worthless dogs to de stroy valuable flocks of sheep. Stn-iiic- are presented from .Wi coun ties in 35 States, showing that in twelve months previous 79.485 sheep kad been killed by dogs. This does ot include the maimed or injured. ad presents only a pnrtial view of Ike discouraging picture. The direct loss sustained annually by the peo ple of this country, in wool and mut ton, arising from this cause. U not less than one million dollar-. An 'redirect loss of even a larger amount sustained. A report is presented from 'I ountics in Tennessee, in which there . were 11,46 sheep kilkl ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 24 February 1875

Jiniutrillt Wtth (jramclt: Ubncsbag, Jfebrnarji 24, 1875. 3 l.WPOKTAPJT T TAX rLI.CTOM(, WURRIf f ft, rOMNrRLRI. AND TRl'RTU. A Act Hhi I heoftl y let I oIImh ihr ft)ae, 4at7 Mud lanlrleml BBne. Vtif following l no advanc ropy of a la ri)iionl ly U. R. Oilxwiti h it Finally tiawtwl the House, mid which will probably bet-time law. It t of pptoial lot-reet to the officer atHive named : Skctton 1. lie it marled by the iieneral Aifembi of the Atate oj Ten rwmce, That the ofllce of Kevenue Col lector, the ofllce of Collector of Rail roied Tne, the ofUce of Corporation Tax Collector, ami the oflWof Collec tor of any other of the public reve nue, county or State, or municipal, derived from (axe levied on pmjierty und poll, except Clerkn of Coiirio, Justice of the Peace, and Treamirrr of the Htate, benhd (he name are hereby abolished ; and that hereafter all (lie taxes, Htate, municipal, and c-ouuty, levied on property and polls, hIihIi be paid to the County Trustee, at tin of fice at the c...

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. — 24 February 1875

Wnotbiiif Mcchln 'jTbromtlc : cWsrjati, clmwrn 1875. ME WEEKLY CHRONICLE. RULB & RlfTSS, Publishers A'o. 1ft Itnrkct Place, FmkI Side. IIJtMKll' M UM KIPTtON. On coy,nn year One copy, ii month , fn pnpip, one year Twrnty eopiw, one yeur 12 0) 1 CO 30 no WEDNESDAY, FEB. 24, 1S7S. TO THE PUBLIC. Wc have soM to Senator W. G. Brownlow an interest in the Daily and Wf.kkly Cimoxici.E, ami the- busi ness of the office will hereafter be conducted upon the basis stated else where. All accounts and debts of every kind due to Rule & Ricks, will be paid to them, and all debts owing by said firm will be paid by them. William Rclk. A. J. Ricks. The undersigned have formed a co partnership for the jmqose of con ducting the Publishing and Job Printing business in the city of Knox ville. We will continue the publica tion of the Ksoxvili.e Daily Ciihun hle and the Kxoxvillk Wklkly Wiiifi ani CiiitoxicLE. Said news papers will be published under the editorial management of William G. Brownlow ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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