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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 12 October 1870

her. 1870. Nli;;iMKV COl'IRS Of the OnnoMcl.K mailed free to any address on ap plication. Tnlii- Antler. JTereiftcr rtiff on 'omllemtiijolrromt-tnndidal rtiWer o nereoa'il nature, if it 6rAi rflrrf or rUfirfr . or (frer- ItusliiCHH Aiinoiinrcnii'iil, I have this, dny di?poed of my "interest in the CiuiokicXK office to A. J. Hicks, who bus been oditoriallytconnected with the paper since the iirst nurabar was issued. t This cliHiure ha- been been mado becuuso my official 'rttid business re lations deinnnd my entire timp. The transfer is n business transaction, made under (;ircum stances satisfactory to all i-oneerncdj The outstanding accounts and liabilities of the office will be settled by the now tirjn. In severing my connection vfith the Cnuo.vt CLK, I ask for it the continued support of nil its natrons, and particularly of those who have been interested in its success because of pcraon- id regard for ie. II. C. Takwater. Knox villi:. Tkxn., Oct. 10th, 1870. The publication of 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. — 12 October 1870

KNOXVJLLLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 70. Till: OlTKKKXATOltlAI. (A.VVASS. Hpriikinir lit till) Court Honor. Last Nlirnt. i t l . -. .... - r Tf v.. 1 1 rM....... ' ..tt tnu ringing oi im- . uiicv nwuso uvu j iiuip- tluy evening, alurgomimburofguntlemen gath ered nt tho Court House to hour the dictls$ioii between tlio Gubernatorial candidates. Judge AViscner nnd Gen. ltrown. Tim discussion wni opened b Gen. lirolvn, who led oft- in u speech of nn hour nnd-a-lutlt. Ho thanked God that he could address those present us fellow-citizens. Ho said that dead imurs buirotton bv the war. could his voicn lire- Tail; uliould be buriod with oblivion. Hcle-i voted nbout one-third of his time to n review of Mr. "Wiscner's record, attempting to show that be was a specs? ioni't, and through his influence, bo (Brown) had beon induced to go into the rebellion. He hud been colled n rebel by tho Radical prcts and l'udicnl stump speaker, but if he .was a rebel, Mr. VTisenor must be one also...

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. — 12 October 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 12, 1870. in Address to the People of T eunesee. The National RepuhliciuiHof the State of rennessco assembled to tnko that part in Uio public nllhirti of the State which be colnes tlio free citizens of u free republic, to promote its prosperity and happiness, to maintain its freo institutions, to innkosuro the blessings of practical freedom to every individual citizen, ami especially, to en courage and secure free thought, freo pecch, and a freo press make and sub mit tills declaration and address to the good people of the Stato of Tennessee. ist. The Constitution of the United states of America, as made and amended by our forefathers, and the amendments known ns the the 13th, 14th ami loth, re cognizing and securing freedom and equal rights to all American citizens of every rate, their inalienable rights under the laws of nature and nature's Clod, making the Declaration of Independence it living, practical truth, Is the supreme law of ...

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. — 12 October 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CIlllONICLE. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1870. THE CAJJVASS. Ni'rxni ir iro.v. uniuci: k.vy.vaii. "I following (pooch tta delivered by Hon. lmr..' o Mnynnrd lit Murfrcosborb' on Saturday 0 Mh day of September, 1870: ' lUixi-rlttetn flf tfir county of Jlttthi rj'ord n yoa's almost this Tory day, havo dragged '.luvily by, since I aJdrOMed you upon Uie donning condition (if public uOnirs. Danger tbak nnd thiekonlng impended. The sky eoom rd full of portent, baleful stnr and banners rolled in blood. All the auguries? wcro ominous of evil tho eil which followed so ci nnd so terrible. In that day you were with me, the irrent body of your people wcro by ray fide, far "the Union, the Constitution and the enforcement !' t'c laws, ' against nil oppnsititn, vme' when, . it might I tannot difguise from myself that wo are now widely separated. liut it is not my purposo here to-day, to inquire who has diverged from the Jim'ient common path, to indulge in crimina tion., nr to arouse me...

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. — 19 October 1870

iav 1 1 1 ii II I . I i w -zmmmsmMm& i 1 1 1 iirwir or i iff l 5V, VOL. I. OUE CAMPAIGN HATES, For the purpose of keeping the fiw.bi of una important ana exciting canvass for Governor, Congress and the General As .sembly before the people, we offtr tho .LM.iL.Yana wkekly UitiiONiCLK during -the campaign, and until full roturna of the election aro given, tit the low rates given on the third pago of our paper, to wlilch wo invito the attention of our readers. Wp urge our friends everywhere to got up clubs, ho that the people may keep thoroughly informed as to what Is new In tho campaign. The rates are bo low that the paper Ib within the reach of tho poor est. No more effective way of arousing tho people to the importance of the elec tion can be found thnn In circulating our campaign paper. TiOWJSCHENCK WAS DEFEATED, Thure Is located at Dayton, Ohio, a noble National charity, in the nhaic of au asy lum for disabled soldiers who fought to defend tho Government in tho years of its pe...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 19 October 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1870. ELECTION NEWS. PKNNNYLVAMA. Tim I.oirliilntnro ItpntlbllFAn PuitAUKi-rHiA. Oct. 12. Thefecnutjlicnnft majority in ling lliy i ituu cans loso thoir regular nominee. "Tin th'o fifth District, tho Democrats elected Heading by sixty train Tho ItRnulilicnns nlcetotl SliomnnKor in 'ho U district. Tho Coal District will Katn. 'llio Democrat will pcobah V elect ilycrs in the IGth District, nii(Unj;iJyV f i"1' in t!ln dfl- irflf inn. ' Tho iotfarvWwirftMrittiniiii tfmni tq' inado in thaf,rc$ult(s. XI) .ndiiiiHiyratiprwcirglos hcronroRrftllficd. Thcrtiisfiotiilnfromc-brAs-ka. Fornoy'iVV clnims Oliver in U;oOt) Dis trict, and Hhocmnkcr intlie, F-th District 1'oth nre doubtful, Kcntling was clcr-tod in tbo fith District Tho f piiblicnn nlnjority in tlio 10th is two thousand. Tho llith iuid'Jlst l)itri.:ts arc still doubtful. Tho Kcrniblicnns will hav n ma jority of flvfe in tho Ftntq Sfcntlto, wml again of two in tho House, tlifl" aro5 fi...

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. — 19 October 1870

KNOX V I LI j K WEEKLY C'lIRONIOLE.WEDNESDAY, OUTOBEtt 10, 1870. 'I ' L 1 AH- . I Ml. liJMt I. I'. 1 .. if ' -M M ills I -. I'l ' ll THE FALL CAMPAICN. TI1E KNOXVILLK CHRONICLE, (DAILY AND W.liltlYV.) Tho onl)' Dally ttrpubllrnn In (ho State. Xcimpapcr Hie full campaign U now fally opened, and in the future m in tho pwl, we intund to mako tho Knoxvillk Oiibon icli: a livo nowspapcr. Our columns will contain matter tuitcd to tho tatlo of the politician and tho general reader. Tur. Daily will always contain tho latest telegraphic news, vt ith matters of local and gen eral intcretL TliK 'Wkekly Cinttixiri.i-: i a lnrire oitrlit !i , , , , , , " , i page paper, printed pn new and clear type, and coniAins tha eholrpst rnlectlnii.o from the WullV I oditioiu. and is especially adapted to the family ,. ,,,. .' . , m .,. circle. It is furnished at $2 per annum, ntid contains double tho amount of reading found In many papers at the iatno price. CAMPAIGN 11ATKS, Vfo will furnish tho Ciinoxici....

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 19 October 1870

I KNOXVILLE WEEKLY C1IRONI0LE. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1870. RtJLB & JEUCKS, Publishers, ' ' OFFICE: MOWJLOVnS KtfjriAND, Between Main ami Hill street?. - j j.'t fcifi f n mm i TKit.MH op sunsciirrio?r. ' One copy, ono year AUUk.ttaM S- CO Ono copy, tlx rnooths,.-.n,...;.f,.f, 1 00 "Ten copies, ono year...... 17 60 Tn coty topics, ono year, 30 00 'l - . - jkj WEIJiNMDAY;-,-. , . . . ) : OCTi lfl 1870. MEETING OF THE GTATE CENTRAL COM ,MITTEE. A telegram from Capt. John Huhm, Secretary of the Republican State Central Committee, informs us tluittjiut Commit tee will lucctginTOusln'JIUJ&n Thursday next. A tml attendance fs desired. . DON'T FAIL TO COME. The people will observe that Hon. Hor ' hco Maynard and Col. A. Wizard, candi dates for Congress, are to speak, at thlg. place next Saturday. Let everybody come j and hear what they have to say. Wo would like to s-co every Republican voter in the county present. OUR NEXT ASSEMBLY. ' Wo lmvo repeatedly urged uptn our friends n. ti...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 19 October 1870

NI'KCIJIKJT COPI1VS Oftho Cimomclk mailed froo to any address u Ap plication. ' Tulip .Vol lev. Ifcreaj)'r eafU o oM-mcn In Ircone nndidatm, or matter tf a pertonat nature, trill b? tharoHlfor atndrrr n.rmcnAir. CondidatcsTwishlng' Ticket?- fjrthe Xovembrr Klce.loii.aliould send their orders us soon -a posd Wo. They will bo prints! iu ttio BEST STYLE and at LOW RATES AT I1IK ' ciutoxui.r. .ion ni-i ici:. '3ond Id your Orders. Appoltinciilst ,lor Nitrnltlnt;. "Wo announcu thofopowihg appointment. speaking for our cnndulntof for Senator, V. Staley, Ksq., and forjFlontcrJOon. Jocph Cooper: 4 Thorn ftrovo, Thursday Oclober'JOth. Oravestown, Friday October iiUt. Campbell Station, Mortday October iMtli. Ch'n County Ks. Win fongrre-iluutil .Sjx-iililiif . Messrs. A. llllzurd and lion. Horace Muy nard, Democratic and ticijubljoun candidates fur Congress, in thy ad Distrh t of Tennesroo, w ill address their fellow-citizen at thu following times and places respectively, iz : Kingston, Itoano ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 19 October 1870

J1-. t5 Wp can scarcely conceive ijf u grcat-cr ''- "ilceo of hyottfiy 'Wan the loitl profcs tdJns utteretlby Dehideratio politicians In ntrw ifavor of tlio rtayittfnt of clnima tiufc from the TJriffcd Stated to Southern loyalists, for damaged sustained anil property taken du ring tins war. They uro continually parad ing through the coluiiinn of thefr press, nnd tly tbe-inotlthit of Unscrupulous wtump speakers, what they allege to ben discrimi nation on the part of the (loverntnent in favor of MaygachuMcttH aud otlier Northern Stated, and against Eawt Tcnntunee and other partH of the South where men are to be found who remained true to the Gov ernment in the daya of Hccerwlon and re bellion. . If we could bo convinced that these men are sincere in their professions, we could look at the matter (lHlercntly; but when we reihcmber how a few yearn ago, a time within the memory of every voter in East Tennessee, a largo majority of the men who now composo the present Democratic party in T...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 19 October 1870

YVIscner nnd ltroml nt Illountville. l$LOUXTVILi.K,.Tr..NN.. Oqt.,19. KuiTons. CimoKiei.r.i To-day AYUener mid rown met nt this place, nnd dhctis'od tlio po ticnl issued ofthodnV. Every man nccm? .ttis- cd with the result, and pround of their stan ard bearer, and no ono soem to llnd fault with ithor a? to tlio manner of dealing with the Dint, at iimio. AVhilo wo, n. Kcpubllciuis, fool rawn to Col. WUener by his plpiisant imuinorfl ad noblo ilefonso of republicanism, ya liavo 10 ingncst respect lor ucnoriu uruwji, no in ulcca in nothing either in language or in mien Jiat h in the Hlightcst offensive t liu oppo- onts. 1 To appears so different to the pommon crd of Democratic politicians that nil I'opub cam nro ready to exclaim, "how enn ho act dth them, or how can ho noldto wllh tho ory men who lmvo fought him and hU-lricnls illii ttivin tntitAmnflnl ' Itutho has been schooled In tho rebel cause, nd mixed with Democrats go long.ho can say, 1 am a Democrat'- without his voico" faltonnp...

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. — 19 October 1870

KNOXVILLK WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19 1870. trb rtrruB uix. mr vm. cuixkh untAxr. IIcw shull I know thoa In tho sphero which keeps The (Herabotllcd spirits of the dead, When all of thco that time could wrthtu Ioeps And jurist cs among tho dust wo tread ? Vor I shall fool this sting of ecaeolws pain, If thero I moot my Kontlo presence not ; Nor hear tho voico I lovo, nor read Again In thy scrooewt eyoft the tender thought Will not my own meek heart demand rnethcrW That heart whoe fondest throbs to n.o wero My oirao on earth was over in thyprayor; And wilt thou never utter it In fleflvenV Tho love that lived through all tho rtormy past, And meekly with my hnrsher nature bore, And deeper grow,-and tenderer to the Inst, Shall it expire with life, and bo no more A happier lot than mine, and larger light, Await thee there ; for thou hast bowod thy wi , , , . In cheerful homage to tho rule of rtgut, And lovest all, and rendcre.it good for ill. Yet though thoa wear'st tho glory ...

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. — 26 October 1870

i - j 1 sStJ V ..tr'Ti i. i in. . -a .v NO.. 30. VOL. I. KN0XVJLJ7E, TENX., WEI)NJiMAY, OCTOBER 26, 1S70. A y III k ' " .' ? At VI yA V MB rU '"Hiava.. ,T. -'I. . . xff Ss2J i C (10 I M l I l TA T I i: RIMIIN Or (lie Miplcmc Court nf Toiiiihnscp. Jacou C. Smith, Pl'ff in Error, vs. WlI.MAJI BllAZI.KTON, 2t7, From tlio evidence in tlio eauso, it ap pears that tlio parties were tlio owners of adjoining, farms near tlio town of Now Market, m Jefferson county; that in tlio month of December, 1SG3, :i force of .rebel soldier, under tlio command of General Vaughn, encamped, for two or three days, and cut timber upon tho land of defendant "n error, and thai, in January, or February, 1SG4, a brigade of rebel soldiers, under the command of Gcnoral Longstrcet, also en camped, for about three weeks, and cut timber off said land ; that the place of en campment was a convenient one and had been used, at different times, by troops be longing to tho Federal and rebel armies ; that tho land, consis...

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. — 26 October 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2G, 1870. TllK KATTLK IJEFOHE METZ. Marshal Ilazalne's (Jreat Sortlo on the 7tli. Tho sortie of JJazulno from Mctz, on the 7th, wan tho most Important niovc Hient attempted by htm Hluce tho hIcco be gun. It In described fully by the 'JYlbunc's Hpcelnl correspondent, who witnessed It. Tho force of Rnzalnu engi;eil was fifty thousand j that of tho Prifslnns wan much larger, though mostly landwehr. Tho ell'ort crtme near proving successful. It was mudo under cover of a heavy fog in tho valleyR about Mctz, and no deiiMi was the mist that Uazatno's movements were all well under headway before- they were discovered. Ho had occupied some of the villages beforo the fog arose, and seemed securely lodged. While these movement were going on In the valley tho alluvial margin of the Moselle lie had massed a force of 30,000 men on tho banks of the Moselle, Intending to cut through the Ger man line and open communications with Thionvillc. Attracted by...

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. — 26 October 1870

KNOXVILLR WEEKLY C 1 RON I OLE. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1870. o TEliKGRAriHC SUMMARY. St. I'liTKUsmmo, Oct. 18. The press connor Iins been removed for nllowhiK ar ticles to bo published abusive of the King of I'rusHln. London, Oct. 18. The Government lma abandoned the prosecution of Flourcns at the Instance of Hochefort. Lisjion, Oct. 18. Later advices from Rio doJanlero say GcncralH Galey and Loped are pursuing Lopes and Jourdan, tlio rcbols whose enrly BUnmlsHlon was an ticipated. Montevideo has been besiege.! by the in HUrgonts, and the citizens arc greatly alarmed. Flohp.nci:, Oct. 18. Complaints are mado that the foreign Governments aro tardy In directing tholr Ambassadors to re cognize the- now order of things at Home. A Bull is expected dissolving the Ecuminleal Council on tlio ground that tltero is no pluco for ita free session. Neazzane is hero. lo goes to Home. Madrid, Oct. 18. The-port of Barcelona Ik still closed. Rodriguez declines a place In the Minis try. ItiiCssKi.8. Oct....

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. — 26 October 1870

KN0XV1LLK WKltiKLY IIROSK LK WM)MDAY. ()( TOHKR 20, 1S70 RULE & RIOKS, PuBlishors. (offjceISbownlows olustnd . , u J KiiIi hucc oil BAY STKHlrr, llnlNlilo. llilnvoit Ma)naul 1IU sjrcfiti. L 'IT TIUUIH.Or.SWlWOlUl'TIOX. One ioey, 0110 yonr One ( "!', fix mbiitlid,.... Ten odW.tviCkXcr,. Twenty copie, ono yenr. t'JOO' 1 00 , 17e0 , Sboo WEDNESDAY; .,PQT. '-, 1870. SPEAKINO AT CAMPBELL'S STATION. i i in i . . . lion, Horace Maynnrd will address the. people at CAMi-ninni's Station on AVed nesilay, the I-'d.Jtuy. p6 November, 1870. Lot tJgJfel COL. W. F.-PROSSER Tills gentleman Is announced a a eaiidl-J date for re-election-to Congress from thu Nnshville District: Col. l'ros-er, during his service In Congress, has niadu Tor hlrii-' self a reputation and U record of which ho may well fed proud. Few nicn have ever accomplished ns much for tho ieoplc of "Middle Tennessee in so short u uine an ttld Col. Pros-v-cr. WORK I WORK 1 ! U now only three weeks until the l . tion. Evorv Republica...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 26 October 1870

KNuAYlLlA WLEkfA C UllOMCLh. A l.I)MM)AY, (K TdUEH lit, 170. jtoMil.c 'Wfcfcty Gimmick, "WKDSKSDAY OCT. .Si. 1870. MIK(!I.HI',V COIMI-.S Oi tlio CiinoxictF. mailed free to any nddrow nn up- plica1 nil). zr-T-?? -a . - - ..rrfi TnUn Notlrc. llrrcaOrr rait on prnttcmcn to berrtmr miditiattt, or nntter u.f a twonal nuturt, trill (it churardjitr ataiivtr tfrmeutt. ' i. ( Appoliiliiiriiln Tor Spi'iinil). (icii. .1. A. Cnojierlcnndrdatoforflf'sttcrTrom Knox nnd Sevier, will, speak at tlio following times nnd places: Scvicrville, ' Monday. Oct. !. Fair Oimlon, TfnAcltiy. Nov. 1. Pawpaw Hollow Church. Tlitirscluy. " .!. J Horn urove, Ericliiy,,, " A, Grnvcstown, Snturdify,- Public Npcnt."lii;ri l,, II n. Horace Mnynnrcl will " nuure' ijf- M- low-ritizens nt the followina; time nnd 'pi new : Sw rctwnter, Monroo county, Fricliiv, October 'Mh. Jfiidisonvlllc, Monroe ccvint". Suttinlnv, Oc tober 2Uh. Morgnntnn, Loudon ssouaty. -Mnilnv, Oetc- bcr.11it. Killjoy, Mount county, Ticrlny; November Hi...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 26 October 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 70. THE CONUKESSlONAIi t'.VNTASS. Spcnltlns nl Kingston, lion Itornco Mnynnnl iiml Col. Wizard upoko to i fair audience nt Kingston on Thurs day. Vn give below n synopsis of Sir, Jlayn nrd's spcich . Ho said he did not feel ns if ho was among strangers, thnt ho had been hero too long. More than n quarter of n, century since, he cumo here h young mnn, nnd whatever cf good then was in him was ow.ng in n great measure to the encouragemont ho had recolvcd here. Ho hnd been frequently honored by their coiifi Ar.r.r.n nni nn1v n s 'au-rrr before the bar. but as llenrescntattvc in tho Council Chambers of the Nation. While practicing in win cuuus, ho had never betrayed their trust, nor its i ft Representative, done anything to delay the belt interests of hi constituent. Ho had al ways proscntod Ills view so that no one could doubt what thoy wore, and to-day, by tho bless ing of Providence, ho would make them plain to all. .. . , , Tho Gover...

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. — 26 October 1870

KN0XV1LLE WEEKLY UIIRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2(1, 1870. 7 A TALE OF H0UR0K. An (Mil IIInit CiiIn a I'IiIM'n Ton cm- Out :r mill UN I'liiKorh Oil Till' IloiKtcr tthnt l)ral 111 IIU Trni'UN. l.nst Tccli' Snginaw Htpullic nys : It litis been known for romo titno tlint a dirty, wretched old inrin lived outsido tlio city, nbout a inilo or to, in n filthy littlo cabin, entirely nlono, nnd tlint ho win n hermit. No one uvor went nenr him, for it was said ho wns a magician. His only companion wnsa ski'letou-looking dop. Ho cnnio into tho city sometimes to beg, nnd would pitcotisly imploro for money, statinf tlint ho was starving. Sometimes ho would jriUlicr raps cp feraps of paper and sell them. Every ono supposed him to bo wretchedly poor, Ho hnd an evil look, and mothers would retnovo their children when thay saw him coming. Ono day last week, however, a child, tho son of Jlr. Abraham Skinnor, went out alone to fish in tho itrcam, and hnppcncd to wander on until beforo ho know it, ho c...

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. — 26 October 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20, liwO. ruept, a1! impro-s tin' ni-ces'iiry supplies which any iwrrati tuny linve for tlm con - luiption (ifhiwpclf. hi f'aniily, atunloyco, 1 1 swve, or tf oarr.v oil his' orHmiry tno chanW1', nmi(hftnrin' tftriteiiml em , Viujnt." "' lu tho (Jonstitation of the United Mtate. vvt A it N provide that jrtvnto protwrty .in lk! uicOT.for pahlvJ without " "rimtuai, and th sstue piwiion was couJaitied'ln tlm oot.ifuttoti oi' tlid (WodcrjifoSte Art. 1. -. U,. h will flius he -oen thnt both belllfferents (v knowladfieJ, in their fundmttetitiN. Ihwp, I. 'luty of ulnkini compensation ; juul this ti. always bti considered as til) Wmance t' a rrreat tlootrine otriblished by tho" cmn ni in law, laid down ly jurists as a principal of universal law mil ioundtd on unturnl rvpuitv. Story's Cont. k. 1790. But while the lawful Goveitnnent of tho United States and tlio de facto Government of the onfedetate i-tuto-, Mutually, ueknowl cigd, at least in th...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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