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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 28 September 1870

r. VOL. I. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2S 1870. THE WAR. FOREIGN NEWS BY TUB CABLE. o Heavy Fighting on Friday near Paris. o n Fngagcmcnt Reported near Blois. Release of Political Prisoners in Italy. o Bazaiiic's Design to Retreat Frustrated. o Repulse of the French at Moulin. o The Bavarians in Force near lvoiis, -o- ?Iiuilf'cMo from Napoleon. .KXCI.CSIVK TO TI1K DAILY CltRON'ICT.n.l Bnrssi:i.s, Kept. l-'O. The Immediate publication of a manifesto from Napoleon, in reply to the lust proclamation of the government at Tours, is promised. M. Couti, Private Secretary of the Emperor, is nid to be the author of the document. .r,v yohk. ;ilil nuil Slock Mnrlivl. ftclusivr to tiik daily cheoniclk.) Ni.w Yomc, September 20. Gold closed strong. Government'H dull and lower closed very dull. 02's, li2g ; 4's, 11; o'b, 11J ; new, 10; Vs, 10 ; S's, 10J ; -10's, 0J. UlNiunrck'H Intention. A special dispatch to the New York Tri bune, dated London, gives un account of an interview betwee...

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. — 28 September 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1870. COAL CltEKK CONTENTION. Numbers, Hnrmonj and Enthusiasm. Tho Republican delegates from Ander son and Unmploll counties met In Joint convention at Coal Creek on Saturday the 16th Inst., to nominate a eandhlnto for Rep resentative from tho two counties In the next General Awembly. Full delegations wcro In nttendance, accompanied by hosts of Republican friends. On motion Of Edmond Gray, J. F. Chap man was nailed to the chair, temporarily, and a committee on permanent organiza tion appointed. The committee after a short consultation recommended Captain James N. Ray for President and Lieut. J. H. Clibom for Secretary, Henry II. Gib son, Judge li. C. Honk, and G. V. Sharp were appointed a committee on resolution. After discussion and a report from the committee on basis of representation, cre dentials. &c, it was unanimously resolved that cncli county should have one vote in convention for every llfty Republican voters, and th...

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. — 28 September 1870

TELEfiRJU'HIC SUMMARY. Hi:klkn, Scn(.0. Tho North Oriunn Oascttc wiyH lliaituirt'k consents to' sou Kuvrc, premising, liowevur, that aorinnny is not (llspos-cd toliitcriiieiUIlo In the Inter nal nflitltn of P'rauue. Tho Gorman States are- ready to recognize tho lU'publlc when they nro mire tlint the Froneli people prefer that form of government, Imt to protect tho military operations it is necessary to recognize in territory actually occupied the authorities left by the Umpire. Moreover, It is tlll unknown whether Bazaiuu recognizes ilio .Republic and the Kover.iuuent at J'tiris, Indeed, ho oxprois Jy dlsavoxys both. Hoxo Koxo, Sept. l Via London.---Tho feeling in China against foreigner is no Intense as to cuuo fears of fresh out breaks of violence, mi tlio part of the na tives. LunDon, Sept. 21. Paris papers repre sent the joint income of the Emperor and .Empress at two hundred million francs. it is paid General AVorder threatens to entirely destroy tho city, of Strasburg if it do...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 28 September 1870

HON. W. M. WISSNER. . .- r,.-.-.-.-fflu.------ ,lian j4t.nllH; the candidate of tho Jtcpubll- l'UWilSHHUS. OFFICE: BROWNLOWS OLD STAND, ' Kufrnuce fn IAY NTJtl.irr, i:nt .Ship. llotwccn Main ami llllli'lrectfc Tlin.MS OV SiriiSt'IUlTIOX. One copy. 0110 year, One copy, tlx months Ten eopicfi ono year Twenty copies, one year,. 2 OU 1 uO , 1" SO 30 00 WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 'Jtf, 1870. ItEl'UBLlOAX STATE TICKET. KO It GOVERNOR : HOiVW. H. WISENEtT, OF UKDFORD. POlt CONGRESS: HON. HOT ACE MAYNARl). ELECTION NOVEMBER 8, lbTO. KNOXYILLli WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER y, lsju. WELL CHOSEN. , DESPERATE STB AITS 01, C0J.3EIIVAT1V, iukti 'M 'tftJfl- J?U i UNION MEN. 1 5w7ng To the peculiarly npprWpfflrto , , rue eunor ui iiiu jjiiuuiv"h" was an onlcer of a colored regiment In tho United states winy. Hlnce tho war ho linn been one of the bitterest Democrats in Ten nessee. He reported very fully and fairly the proceedings of tho Congressional Con ventlon, for the :!d District, which met nt a...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 28 September 1870

KNoX WEEKLY 4 ,4 r -rr.Trr -t -kt 7- hvva'div.s roi"ii:s Ortlio CitinisiiM.K mailed frae to any nddroes on op pile. r ion. Tukr Notice. llti ciiltr rnllt oil (imttrmcn In b'com' nn:lidalet, or inntttr of a perianal valorr, trill 'e charged for usmu-er-fi'iewcitf. ' ' ' Uniting In t'nnl. N.unbor of our uili7.cn nro laying winter's supply of conl. "What means H. F. IJ.? In their I'rrooiinl, II. C. Tarwater, Es-., returnod Jiomc yester day from a rin to tho West, looking none the worso for his snort recreation. Thill I'rls-o. ... ' ThuTcn-Dullur prize. otlbrel by Mr. 1. M. Williams for thobest bavrelNif flour, U a gold ogb. "Who will win it '.' , .Hurried. On tho '.2(1 inst John 31. House by.Ror, (. -V. Coleman, .Mr. John 31. Householder to Miss Snllle A.l'rotllt, Loth of this city A pi 1 11 1 in ! . I!y tho authority of the1 Kxeeutlvo (Vjhi!trtM(v T appoint Col. Lilhud and Mo, AVhTH. Mc Untlt Assistant Secretaries lurin the Vnir. , 0. W. CiiAiti.TON, iknt'y, &C Try Kngliah Female ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 28 September 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1870. Letter from Clinttnnoojra Spirit of Dcmoe rncy. ClIATTAMHKtA, Sept. 18th, 1870. Emtokh CitiioMci.i:: Sinee the Demo cratic Connrcsriloiml Convention for tlio Third District cnine oil" on Inst Friday at MeMinn vlllo, the Kopublieaiis of Clialta noojra have been having "lots" of fun. The champion of Hamilton county Democ racy, Mr. 13. A. James, u.i well as ills friends', came home wire, sensitive, and badlv disappointed, wearing faces very much longer than they were a fow days ago when they wore declaring that their champion was "marching on" to Con gress. Those of them who were orlglnnl Union men are sickened and disgusted with the rantlngs of the red-hot rebels, and begin to talk of their mW-rable In-grutitude.- Miv-lninei4-liiitiBolf..dou not speak of them ii), tliu most complimentary terms, since he lifts liech murdered by his friends, or rather by tiosc whom he husfaith- .. .. ' .,.. I -A.J-.. 1... ......1.1 JW fine iwuiy...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 28 September 1870

THE WYOMING M OM EN. Iloiv Tllcy Voted nl iho Kocent Elections. lOhcyonne, W. T., (Sept. 7) Correspondence of -.he Bur lington (town) Hawkcye.) There la great rejoicliiK lioreto-iliiy.inlii-k'letl with ''wnllingniHlgiiiisljInif oftceth." Jiulgc W. T. Jonea, the ItepublPcnn cnntll auto for jlclcgnte to Congress, 1h elected by iv majority of 100 Votes. The Democrats carried tho last election by n majority of 1,100 votes. The ladlea, with few except lona, wero brought to the polls In carriages and omnl busfes, deposited their ballots, and Imme diately stepped in again and were driven home. Ono Incidentof the day was worth relating: The oldest woman perhaps the oldest person in Cheyenne, 80 years of ;ige, went to tho polls and voted her first ballot. When sheallglited from the buggy the whole crowd surrounding the polls, Ik-publicans an.i Democrats, took ofrtheir haU) while she marched through and de posited her vote. "When she turned to go away, three cheers were called for, and .given...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 28 September 1870

KN0XVILW5 WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WjStfWSSDAY, OTWHiEft 3H IfcrT. mi: tiihi:i: i.nn.r. ciiaius. i Ti i". "-a nloro by the nrielit wood fire. Ti e tray-haired dntno nnd the sage sin1, Dreaming ofdnys gone by ;j ' The ear-drop foil on each wrinkled check, T nv both had thoughts they uottld 'not -9peftK 'nd orcIi lienrt uttered u . Kor their sad and tearful eye descried Three little chairs placed tide by Side Against the sitting-room will; Old-fashioned enough as thoro they stpod, Their scats of flag nnd their frame i wood, AVith their bach o ftrnight mid tell. Tliei. tho sire shook his silvery head, , And with trembling voice he gently mid : " Mother, thco empty cliuir! Thev bring us such snd. sad thoughts to-nItit, We'll put them forever out of eight, In tho small, dark room up stairs. Ha she answered: "Futhor, no, wit vet, Kor I look nt them, and 1 forget That the children were ft way ; The boys come back, and our Mary, too, W t' h.-r apron on, of cliockerpd Mi". Vvl pit hore every day. ,...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 5 October 1870

.i'p)'.! In u -"MA I As) .jj- 1MT o t mi .flUOM - iiwfcii'ftflfi life "' ,t-' 4 .. I V... '- - "OUR TICKET" REVIEWED. l'ho Whiy ctnil llcgtuhr hns, after some n 'lection, come to the conclusion time its nominees for office In Tonnc&sec are not so extremely Dourbonlsh after all. It takes up the Congressional nominee, one by one, and explains their record. In the first and nil I i im. tho Democracy nominated "White and Dllzard, who -were Union men, hut they did this because they very well know that a rebel stood no clianco in cither district. Tn those two districts, tho Democracy have still mine use for Conservative Union; men", so they will not yet droptliem. Dot outside of these twodlstrlcts how does the case stand V In the third district, Col. Garrett la the nominee. The Whiy says "lie was a gallant Federal soldier." Do our readers remembor how tills man was nominated? Fifteen ballots were had in the Convention for the nomination without rcsuUfc wheju Cant. DillTy said of Col. ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 5 October 1870

KNOXVILLB WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1870. MIDNIGHT ASSASSINS. A Xer Tnkru from Un nt Willi linfciilr, mill Nrms .V i Iol.v oia Mni1rl Miirilercr. On Saturday night u negro man named Dnn. Tucker, who has heen living on Mr. Cummlng's place, ami Is said by him to have been an excellent working man, ami verv quiet, was murdered under the fol lowing circumstances : On Thursday, a cousin of Tuckcr'H from ( 'hattanooga, named Sol. Brooks, was at his house. Thursday evening Urooks started home. While golmr along lie met the little-daughter of Mrs. Keith, about 14 years old,goin(rto the spring, and attempt ed to commit a rape, catching her by the neck and trying to choko her, but she screamed so loud that he became frighten ed and ran away. The neighborhood be came aroused, and Tucker hearing of it, went to Chattanooga on Friday morning to warn .Sol. to get away. Saturday night a band of 23 or SO mount ed men, dressed In the usual o'f .cns dress, but with masks on, came to Tuck...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 5 October 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY ( 1 1 KONIOLE. "WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1870. o TELEGRAPIHC SUMMARY. London', Sept. 127. The following Is given i8 tho prolmblo progrnmmo of Tillers ut- St. Petersburg : Constantinople nnd tlic roml to India nro to bo guaranteed to Rumla : Belgium nnd Egypt nro to be guar anteed to France ; Alsace and part of Lor ranlno and tho road to Vlonna arc to bo guaranteed to Prussia ; that Is, England, Turkey, Austria nnd Belgium arc to be tho Innocent victims of peace. London, Sept. 27. A deputation of woklng men visited Gladstone, nnd urged mediation between Germany and France. Denvkk. Bent. 27. The completion of the Central Itallroad, from here to floldun City, was celebrated at tho latter plnco by tho driving of gold and silver spikes. Four thousand pcreons wero present. Bkumn, Sept. 27. A breach has been made at Btrasburg broad enough to war rant an nssault. Tho Official Qazcitc says that whatever may bo tho German plnns, the restoration of tho Bonnpnrten is not among 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. — 5 October 1870

4 I'll I riuir on MAY 'ffriti:i:T, Kntt Slu, aaafcsgnr .-:x. -.,-r rt-ti.liS trt : Onocuiv. onr,...,...,!,,.. OB"1', flX lUOnth,..,'iL.,Ht.,..W............. 1 6o 00 Ten corlci, ono rUJ....;'..!i(5.... ,..-l7 60 'XwCEtr coincs, ono year AVUlfts'DAX'rt".". REPUBLICAN, STATE TICKET. FOR GOVERNOR HON. Y. II. WISfiffER, OF BEDFORD. ,.FOR CONGRESS: ," HOlt'llOKACB MAYNAllll F0II SEXATOR: B . ST A LEY, op hOakk. I'OK I.OATBK: Gen. JOSEPH A. COOPEK, or KNOX. ELECTION XOTEMBER 8, 1870. NOMINATION. Tho Republican Convention at Mny linrdville, on Saturday, nominated Col. H. R. Gibson, of Jacksboro', for State Senator. Col. Gibbon Is a forcible speaker and aninn of splendid literary attainments, lie will "be elected, and will serve in that body with credit to himself and to his constituents. He is ii fast friend of free schools, a man of liberal, progressive views, and will do all in his power to advanco the interests of his .State. 0TJE CAHDIDATE TOR FLOATBE. NVo present as the candidate of th...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 5 October 1870

..!) I.MlAY, m r I. ft the CnnoNii i.r mailed f-i- tn any address on ni- niwrcr (i iNTtiHi'll iinure, imor rhiirgtil Jur w natirtr- of Xow JJiinr.i- An I.roi o '. ii "-t , i " , 1 1 i", 1 ' " 1 i t utf re " M' w . . , i tictii t (1 -( i u i i tin1 f ! 1h in ii '1'itl.i i' inrr.ul) Iavid lliehnrdum lmil be n -ni-innd ......1.. 11. .1.. ..-1 11 tl!.u..l . t HJU1 HM IUHI1II I. . J'llllH'l 1 ItUMIll .1 ...... - linn fiirTin-u'iuiy reimri trmrvtotuu prove tntHMiCtuO i tin : n--r )-teeiiii. '1 . 1)( )llt ,lierilf I't tlii- enmity, ..h,, r. I'll Tu 1 , ' i Kehtg-IIPtl. Captain "V. A. AVainwrlirht, .cnilerciT his rccignnlion, vliioTi lutUocn - coptcd by theProshleiit'. , . j i-, avrrrivit"f':Vi3HiaiKnjO I o Urond Division of Kr Tenncee, S1ii J ho Urond Division of Knr Teniici-ie, Sdn or leinpernnce, will hiuH mi ilia fourth iXhir-i-dny of October, tho U7lh fri.,t TciripWiifeo Iln11,.tn tjiljcity. i.t t ! v j Itonl l'.Hliilc TriinnB;ll(m. t 4 Tlie Jloesrs. UlVoUi 'rnltrouit wniwotflk Mtm Nor...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 5 October 1870

KN0XV1LLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESUA1, UUTUBJSK h IV ID. VIRGINIA. r.rrr.crs or thi: rnKsiiiiT. HonncH anil JlrlilarrN Hwept Amny by the Torrent. JtiCHMO.vi), Sent. 80. .Superintendent Kritca, of the western Union Lines, telegraphs this morning that n number of buildings nt Lynchburg have been Hvcpt tway, nnd that both tho gas nml water works there nrsubmcrgetl. Houcca from the country above liavo been floating by the city all morning anil during last night. Tho new Iron bridges of the Bouth Side Hnilroad were carried away thin morning. i.atkk. Richmond, Sept. HO. The highest fresh et ever known there is now prevailing at Lynchburg. Tho passenger bridge across James lliver, a rmarter of a milo long, washed away lust alglit. The denote of the Orange and Alexandria and Virginia mid Tennessee .Railroads are submerged. Tho canal is submerged, and the boats are going about over the tow-path and through tho lower streets of tho city. Tho water washed up the main gas pipe Inst night, at 11...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 5 October 1870

MAKK TWAIN'S WAK MAP. Mark's first Atteiniit In the Art Line Olllclal CommeiulnlloiiH. Jfcc. The Duffulo J!rprrs of Saturday liana wonderful war inni, drawn nnd engraved by Mark Twain, with explanatlonti ny the artist. Appended are some recommenda tions whleh the work has n- elved. TO THi: IlEADKlL. The Idea of this map 1b not original with me, but is borrowed from the Tribune and the other great metropolitan journal. I claim no other merit for this prodtie Uou (if I may ho call It) than that it la ac curate. The main blemifdi of the city pa per maps, of which ltisun Imitation, Is that In them more attention seems paid to artistic plctnresqucness than geographical reliability. Inasmuch as this is the first time I ever tried to draft and engrave a map, or at tempt anything in the line of art at all, the couunondatlont! the work has received and the admiration it lias excited among the people have been very grateful to my feel ings. And It is touching to rellcet that by far tlio most ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 5 October 1870

- v. - it W Imt drifts through UM VMlur 0 ' tlM! . . I ....... - . llT-- - - - I 1 1, i. ii.l heart and bright brawn hair . wavi hrt-rtartrtWK Denm. f iitWre ih4 qytsxf lirown. .1 V t -now-white lOTeWKd-' iir' mere : V K''mrW tsi -glittering crown, V. thorny bed n aemich of down, : tn I. 'St ho; -s nag leaflet ur prayer. V breath of firing In the l.wwaj Woob. .Sweet wails from the quivery plns Blue violet evos bmoath gr&en bonds A bubble of brooklets, a cet1t of buds, Bird warblers and Clambering vine. A rny -wreath find n dimpleA bund, A A ring nnd n slighted vow Three golden links of ii broken band, A tinv track 911 the snnw-whiU uul, , ; A tear nnd n sinless brow. There's a tincture of grief hi tl- beautiful ong That sobs on the slumberous air. nl Ionelinoss iult 111 th$ HMttvelnrong, S, ks down on the soul As it tretnlI From a dime whef the roses were along "Wo beard it first nt the dawn of day, And it mingled with matin ehime: Hit' years have distanced the beautiful lay, Ar...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 12 October 1870

VOL. I. ' KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1-2, IS70. NO. '2S. k.istt.iix lnvisrox vni. ,ruii(Ufspliiy or ArtlrJetj Kxlilhilril.Nlock. I'onllry, Ilnclnjr, Ac. An Immrnn' CroiwI I'rcsonl iruutl Tour iiuinenl mill I'lrrinrn'N I'nriulc. Tic lnnl of I'rfinlnniH .Mngiillicciil Illspliiy. t'luslit;; Kvorrlsos Nnlo of .Irllcli'H on Exhibition. Ac. CIKI DAY. "i cst'-rday morning, from daylight till noon, t'.cre wus a stonily stream of persons tending to tho Fair Grounds. A largo number of articles ivere put in place after ;tno gate opened, ns it was f j in'l impossible to do so on Monday. Tim aitouNU 1'j.ook. In the centre is the oetugon surrounding the basmand fountain, which presented iv most beautiful appearance, the column? being taste fully adorned with festonnt and evergreens j and from tho edge Of tho basin to tho pillars was ibdded and planted in flowers, the wholo sur rounded with Iron railing of neat desiga and splendid workmanship, manufactured by the Knoxvillo Iron Company. ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 12 October 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1870. in the drug nr ure jiiunulheturmg iruggi--m I HO Stylo lRHUtlK The-e gi ntle- prcparo tlleir in liii'il i ino it rcnou, iron' .pure dri.gi lloin" lr.unufnctnrp, wil But vi hav not Utw i the artioliw. The dismifr 3ni nnd ihn'xn what East. TnttAso lior people are, aroused to tho impor'.an- e of u I movement, wnen tno aavunmpen u . Jet ii iirePented in. it( propur light, there is no Tin .pod-, furushrd from ho Agric'.itturai BL.r0.1a .it, Wft-Miict.m. and Bit?1? b3T AS1.- My 3 , ;:: tt htsfi untdj o large a er fwiwM,tlf(TO-. it- attendance yevday. wus not previous Jiiv, though there was IcCORKLE & CO GENERAL MMIJIISSIO mi miTrni vrnn fnmnnii in Tim .uijiiiiihih HUCUlC V-ikU- nu 1 VQi' Villi t' v ' 1 Ba;tornJlvidpnSarron871wilfboMAvrahead connection wo einnot refrain from a passing of tho Qno uilKMM it is of any pm pdlnR. I allusion to tho efficient 6owctery, Ke. t. . rhiribm. vtfiin nns aoorca tor lone muiuus iu enough to koo...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 12 October 1870

Till". JIIYNTKKY IHOI.Vlin. '.J: . Tilt' lrntli ofJivll Itlt'linrtlitoiu Jjift. i.- made up of struggles a'ii,trjS.lji.,v';''J' fw of-whlch come' to tlio worlds "'Many und year tt stout heart struggle dny sifter tiny. ulcryjnr, ithorjn; great .tr'ut, of whioli tho world knows, nothing until fome ettdtlcn entire jifng of tho heartstrings carries the etrugglcr bncpi;etjlly tffonit friend? and fight. A life givmwip to some grcut work, a spirit burned up in'thc enthusiasm, and devotion to somo great tyfc fChem0i'"liW)"h,chndlc burucd- 6tit lh tlio .aocket, leaves the pathway of follower. and friends iiuttuddori darkness, and, arrests fur a moment tlift attention of the busy r?Mil. 1 On Monday morning our people were untmihd "d to hear thatonu of tholr number, one of the best, truest, and most iii-ofut, had taken hi own life. Tho news' was -!b ctartllng a? that men looked at each other with wonder, and wero led to exclaim, Tvhntnott But, thnt all surmise and conjecture, and unworthy sugg...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 12 October 1870

RULE & RICKS, Publishers, OFFICE: BROWNLOWS OLD STAND, l'ntrnnre on "JAY NTllKKT, "feint ISId.-. ttctwcctCMuln tmJ Hjll street. Ti.itMs or Ni!Ji.scitirTn.. f Ono copy, one year............. - J- W Ono copy, tlx months i ............ 1 00 Ten copies, one yc4r 1" 60 Twenty copies, one year, " W AVEDKESDAY, OOT. 1L, 1876. OtJE CAMPAIGN BATES. For the purpose of keeping the facta of this Important unit exciting canvass for Governor, Congress and tlic General As sembly before the people, we offer the Daily and AViji.kiy Ciutoxici.i: during the eanipaign, and until full returns of thtj, election are given, at the low rates given on the third page of our paper, to w hich avo invite the attention of our readers. Wo urge our friends everywhere to get up clubs, so that the people may keep thoroughly Informed n to what is new in the campaign. The rates tire so low that the paper is within the reach of the poor est. No more effective way of arousing the people to the importance of the elec ...

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