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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 2 November 1870

't.L ... VOL. I. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1870. NO. 31. . s.nt I VT7 in IU mm. ,V .i jT 1J A lid -.- THE FACTS ABOUT GERMAN VANDALISM:. Tho WMtl and JleyMrr llnds fault with tho manner in which the Germans hiivc arricd on the war. In tho flint place, the best answer to nil these charge of vandal Jsm Is, that they come from Freiieh sources, and like their bulletins of the war, we false. The testimony of disinterested wri ters has been that the German soldiers have been kept under tho strictest disci pline, nnd have dono ns little plundering sis any Invading army ever known. Mr. Ilalstcad, In some of his letters to (he Cin cinnati Commercial, hns declared thnt ho saw hundreds of regiments inarching through tho cities of .Franco, and not a straggling soldier or a plundering follower was to bo scon. This has been tho testi mony of other American correspondents. "When we rcmeniberthatthlsertiel war was forced upon King William by the perfidy and intermeddling of Franco; t...

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. — 2 November 1870

i or. inn ciiromolc Our Law of To.day. It Is not milks for us to do' asj tho mari ner: tnkc n careful observation of our bearings, compared with surrounding 1'xed objects, .-o as to determine our true loriKltudc Mini latitude. Un to this date r nearly so, (say the 21st Inst..) tho im pression was, that tho United Slates of America was frrnOTWrrif in Its MinnreMdnii of tho lato rebellion ; and that tiio rebel lion was uoui uniuwiul ami uniust. That fo far from its reason oririoulids belnc nee efcsary or lawful, that they rested on theo ries 01 oppression tno violation ot privato and public rights and was tho productive source ot tile mmt ltiovious evil anil wroiiL'; and that those who were Its authors, ad ministrators and executors, were jttiltv of an open violation of public law, an J liable to severe pains and jienalticx. But it now appears (or has since the Hint Inst. ,i that in view 01 tne ('cam oi it. j-j. jL.ee, and many other extraordinary encomiums and eulogies pronounced on ...

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. — 2 November 1870

TELKGUAPIlir SUMMARY. Russia in quietly but oflbututiliy nrmiiiK, In spite oflicr olHoInl denial to the con trary. London, Oct. 23. England sees that the prostration of Franco destroys her only means for the frustration of Russia's east ern schemed. Washington, Oct. s. HpccIuU sent hence- to-night say that the President has ordered between three nn t four thoitMUid troops to the vicinity of New York to en force the Congressional law on the election. These troops fncludo the 8th Infantry from South Carollinxuid the Murines from thn Philadelphia and Brooklyn navv yards, and troops from forts Neltlen and 'Dela ware, New Londoi and Boston. Tho specials nlo state that the Admin istration has lieen distrusting McDowell and has placed Oeneral Terry In local com mand, London, Oct. 20. No tiding of the mis Hlng bc-ntu of the Cambria has been re ceived. It is now thought that thev went down with the ship. Books for tho subscription of the new French loan have been opened in seventy out of eig...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 2 November 1870

KK0XV1LLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1870. jfiwxvUfe VwIiJji $lwmiicte BUIJb & BIOKS, Publishers, OFFICE: BROWN LOWS OLD STAND, "fciitrniico on MAY STREET, Emit Hide, Between Malu and Hill ttrcct?. TERMS OF NtmscnrPTiox. One copy, ono yci", 52 00 Ono copy, tlx months J 0 Ten conic?, ono year. 1" SO Twtnty copies, ono year, 30 00 WKDNJiSDAY, . : NOV.I2, 1870. GEN. WM. B. STOKES. . Tho Republicans of the 3rd District -thould vote solid for Gen. Stokes, wlio has nlwavs boon an unflinching, true Rcpub liean. lie has been a faithful Reprct ontn- tive and the party should nee that he gets a full vote. BE BRIEF. We again urge upon our"coric9pondcnts to observe brcvilv. Our drawers arc filled with communications, mnny of which con tain good things, but which we are forced to omit on account of their length. To be sure of meeting with favor, our correspond ents must be brief. We have no time for condensing long communications, and will not publish them, for the very good re...

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. — 2 November 1870

KN0XV1LLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1870. 5 AVKDNE3DAY NOV. 2, 1870. nimximt.n cni'inti Of llio Cnnoxict.r. mailed free tn ony address on application. Tnhr Xollce. Ilereafler eallt on gentlemen In become caiicfYJciffs, or matter of a ptrionatvalvre, icill be charged for m atfprr fiscmcfl'. TICKETS. Candidates wishing Tickets for the ovo,iler Election, should eend their orders aa soon as possi ble. Thoy will bo printed In tho BEST STYLE and at LOW RATES AT THE ciinoMCLi: joit oi'Fici:. ffif"Send tn your Orders. Appointment for Npciilsliijr. Gen. .1. A. Cooper, cnndid.ito for PI outer from Knox and Sevier, will epenk at the following Umc3 and places : Pawpaw Hollow Church, Thursday, " 3. Thorn Orovc, Friday. " -I. GraTCStown, ftiturd.iy, u r. 1'iiiiiit! fii.iiiiinur. Hon. Horace Maynnrd will address his fol-low-cltizons at tho following time- and places : Morganton, Loudon countv, Monday, Octo ber 31st. Ellijoy, Mount county, Tuesday, November 1st. Graveston, Knox count...

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. — 2 November 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 70. To the Voter of Kno CouiU.l. "We, tlio undersigned i oniiniltiv. ;ih, intod t" solicit stibscriptioiHtocnpitsl -toi'kof thojlvnox vlile llridgo Coinpnny, fir the in forinntion of the voters of Knox eotinty, bog leave to stivtc: That tho Legislature 1ms granted n charier for tho purpose of constructing ft bridge across tbc llolstou river ut'Knoxvillc, and the rate of tolls nllowed, and llie location together ollcrod the county this opportunity to make tins much needed, and in every way useful improvement in such a way as will enrich the county, and at the tame time materially bonoflt lrjr portion of her citizens. Your County Court, afUr a proper conidera tion of the matter, unanimously voted to take stock to the amount of oO.OOO. Their action !, liowovor, subject to the will of the people, as was their desire and as it justly should hf. The sound judgment displayed in taking this stock will be made evident when it will bo seen th...

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. — 2 November 1870

KN0XV1LLE WEEKLY CIIRON 1CLE. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER J, 1S79. "In lliosa Days il I'nmo t I'iis.' For many years before the war, the Dem ocratic party devoted overy enemy to pro pagate tlio doctrine of "Stutve rights.'' Tho public mind wni constantly fed on tho Calhoun theory. Public sentiment wuh nought to be vitiated and perverted on the miCKtlon "(ho right of a State, (o secede." This policy developed tlio rebellion! Uy the devotion and eelf-.uerlllc!ng efforts up on the i)art of tho loyal peopl" throughout the Union, tho rebellion was supposed to have been crushed, "and the question as to whether n Stale could secede di elded in (! mgadvr." Two years ago the Demo cracy proclaimed this fact to the world. They (ought their political campaign un der n banner on whose folds was inscribed the motto just quoted. But it turns out that this was used by the Democratic par ty as the pirate uses the fulso Hag upon the high seas, to allure tho unsuspecting veffcl until within the power of his p...

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. — 2 November 1870

KN0XV1LLE WEEKLY CHHQNICLE WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1870. DON'T NEU. MV PATH Kit HUM. BY MRS. NKIXtr. II. IIIIADLKT. . Don't soil him another drink, please; He's reeling already, you sec, And I four, when lio comos liomfl to-niqlit, IIo'll bent my oor tnutlicr nnil moj She's waiting In dnrknossnnd cold, Ami dreading to licnr htm come; Ho trents in so und vhonhc'a drunk Oil ! d'nCl sell him tiny nioro rum. I hear motlior praying lint night She thought I whs quite found nslcop; She prayed God hor husb.md to save, His ?oul from temptation to keen. she cried liko her poor hciirt would break ; So, trying to comfort her some, 1 told her Td bog you to-day Not to sell father nny more rum. Why don't you have something to soil That will not mako pooplo so fad ; That will not make dear mother grieve, And kind father cruel and bad? Ah, mo I it is hard ; and I co You're angry because I haw line; -Forgive a poor, fad littlo girl, And ilon t sell hor dear father rum ! ItELKJIOUS ITEMS. hltitlcr nnil...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 9 November 1870

mH. A M hi YOL. I. KNOXVTLLB, TENN., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 0, 1870. NO. 3J. r LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. THE WAR, FOREIGN Ni:US BY THE CAULK Moody Ilalllp Reported at Tours. The Itcsult not yat Made Known. Ambulances Scut to the Front. MISCELLANY. why rm: AitmsTicr. r.vu,i:i A I'rce Election (Juitriiiitecri inn lit. by (lie ;! London, Nov. S. In explaining the failure of tlie nrniistice the French Gov emment declared its inability to accept the terms requiring a condition of ululu quo. RIsmarck then proposed that the French name the time for holding the election, the Germans promising u free election cvon in the territory now occupied. Thiers withdrew to the outposts to consult Favro and Trochu, l"f (""returned without tho jjower to accept the Prussian proposition. Toi'its, Nov. a. The Paris journals of hoCith.lnst. nays of the three armies in Paris : Two are intended for service out side the walls. Clement Thomas com mands one and Rouohatthe other. Trochu commands tho army within the walls...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 9 November 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WED.NKsD Y n.v,M1ER 9, Ls70. Mn:ntii'iAi:ss. Xfiv Vt.k Taiilcj f'CCftU-d bj 3Iark Tivain. I .1 the November (ialtxy.l Now thnt corjwe wild the undertaker, , . ' 1 1 1 k the folded Imnds of doct-uscd np lovingly wrm n hrlek every way yon ik him ho w ti brick. Ik- wits real roniinoditllnj?, and w modest-Iikc and Miuple In lil liwt momenta. Friends want ed mct.dllu burial cu"e nothing el-e would no. couldn't get it. There warn't going to ho time anybody comIiImh1 thnt. Corppo said never mind. kIihUc him up i-onie kind i.f a box ho eould ntrcteh out in eomfort- nble, he warn't particular 'bout the general Ktyleofit. Said lie went moro on room than style, any way, m alatllnnlcontaln er. Friends wonted a silver door-liito on thccoilln, Hlgnilying who he wan anil wher' he wns I'rom. Now iou know a fel low couldn't roust out such a gaily thing s that In a little country town like this. What did corpse say ? Corpse said, white wash Ids old canoe and dob li' :iddre...

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. — 9 November 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1870. TKLKUiyiMItl SUDIARY. The rriiMians hnve commenced bridging the Kcinu, but tho French fort destroy the work every morning. Gumhcttu has limited another proelanm tion to the army, intimating that the sol diers of Molz 'protest against the cow ardly capitulation, and refuse to be bound by It. H elopes with nn appeal to the Holdiens to make an dibit to rid the coun try of the enemy, and then become free and peaceful citizens of the Republic. Tort Oi.Aiiioit.Ni:, Nov. 1. A vitrei, auppofed to be the Mary Ann, is breaking up. Three men lo?t their 11 ves In attempt ing to reacu ner. 'I1 in vessels Providence and Pathway, from Jsoston, run alioro during yeMtcr tlay's gales, and are a total Ions. London, Nov. 1. Details from various sources show that to tho last the command ers at Metis deceived tho troops, promising that while negotiations Avero progressing to surrender they would cut their way out. Tho people of Metz followed Bazaln...

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. — 9 November 1870

KN0XV1LLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMUER 0, 1870. RULE & RICKS, Publishers. OFFICE; BflOWNLOW'S OLD STAND, Kiilinnrc n AY STIlliUT, lSust Mile, Between Main and 1 Ml streets. TIHtXK Ol' HUllHOIUPTIOX. On- 1 1 I V. "no year 13 00 One '")'-, six raolitto 1 00 Ten .'"1'iiJ, one '9r,. 17 80 Twnty oories, on year 80 00 WKDNKSDAY : NOV. 0, 170. THE RBSULT. Fimn all Hint we can gnthor at tho hour of this 'writing, Mr. Maynard 1ms carried Ktinx county by 188 majority. There lias been a general falling off in tho vote. Cooper has also carried tho county by a small majority, which insures his election, fitaley is elected to tlie Senate beyond a doubt. In the Firtt Congressional District. But ' i is elected. Iii the Second District, May ii. ..1 1 elected. AYe have nothing at this h im upon which to base a calculation for the Third District. The news from the N liviUc District is better than we bx n i. We may receive further returns nine to press. s THE WORFOLK EIOT. e'in our dispatc...

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. — 9 November 1870

NOV. 0, 1870. NPJCt'IMKN tlOIMIW Of tho Chrohiclm mailed free t any iMtw an Hi- ! .MurrlnKes. Nine marriage licenses wore issued from the County Court Clerk's etfllow during iho lst week. ?.' Didders. We leurn Hint tlio several railroads which have Le ii lor omo Hme advertised for sale, on Thursday were not sold for want of bidder. Appointment. Mr. J. M. Alexander, of. Loudon, hns been appointed Assistant Assessor of Internal 1'cve titie, to fill tho plnco made vacant by the decease of liis father. -tin in Nlrppl Hrlttftc. Work on tho bridge over Ptttt Greek, on Main street, is progressing toward completion. The work is being done in the most substantial mnnii'T. I'rot'.i Stock. Hix-'- & DePue aro receivins: dully larao iil.li- -i b i" 1 ' ! their stock of stove-, tinware and "t -rood, which it now complete, or will v l:i y. J'crsoniil. ' i Dni-, lato Prosidont of tfco South Jr r c f c I t M. w ' ni. hi. tcntl- I' . mi'.v. accompanied by Irts wlfe,pnss- mji tlii city yeslcrdoy, ...

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. — 9 November 1870

KN0XV1LLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, N(A EMBKK 0, 7(. Bo Wise mill Look lo Your Own Interest, j Vo can't nlwnys tlopml upon r man lo pursuo ft given course because his interests lead in that direction some, by giving them siilllolcnt rope, will hang themselves. The South committed an net of great folly in the secession movement. Jt vn under taken in order to establish hiuI extend the institution of slavery, but so resulted that instead of every man having tile right to wallop hist own niggers at pleasure that sann ligger is found occupying the high est ht-.ts in the State and nation with rights equal to that of "every man." lie can't hope to learn such wisdom. Though we should bray them in a morter we could not pebtle the foolishness out of them. Vo only remark upon this c.i'-e a upon other phenomena in nature. Hut with those who understand what are real home interests and intend to act accordingly we have a word to say. Many Hcpubllcns give their support to Col. McGhee for the Le...

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. — 9 November 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY OURONrCLE. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMJJEll 0. 18 9. A Wife-Murderer Makes his Sons llury (lie Victim, nntl Plow over the Urate. Four Wayne, Oetobvr 30.- .V mo,t hor rible murder, committed nine tnile Howth of Limn, Ohio, lma Just eonie to light. A iimn nnmcd A.ndrowlJreiitllngormurdorcd hl3 wlfo near Ills house, on Monday after noon nbottt 2 o'clock, by stabbing her right times In the breast and four times In tho abdomen. Hotheatened the lives of his .children if they iuformcdon him. and by hia directions two of his sons buried tho body near the house, and then In order to re move all traces of tho grave, plowed and harrowed over the snot. Yesterday his children told some of thoir neighbors of tho ainitr, and an examina tion was Immediately made which reveal ed the crime In all its horrible nature. Urentlinger has since confessed, and Is now contined In thb Lima Jail. Ills trial will probably take place at the present term of the court. The age of the mur derer is ilfty-two j...

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. — 9 November 1870

XNCXYIIiMS WEEKLY ClIUONigLE, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 0, 1870. Tim State Siuulnv School Convention. OorrO'iiomU'iico of the Chronicle.) Nasiivii.i.v., Te.nx., Nov. 1, 180. 'J'lio oxorolcs of tlio day were oponad witli devotional ovorciso by Jtov. Iirto Kinory, nnd tinging by the wholo congregation. J nut lioro let mo rotnnrk tlint ono of ilio most ))lonlng ('natures of tins convention is tlio (during. With oood tti'tu tlif inanngom supplied eiton scat witli n Sabbath School tinging book, nnd it so happened Hint nearly nil Hie foloBnte nro excellent singnrs, ixml, ns ono expr.'Med it, it impossible to keep still when fiicIi deep Burgos of harmonious sounds nro rolling nvor us. Dip com mil toe on statistics reported 107 schools represented, with 10.0IK scholar, 882 offlcpr, 1,110 teachers, 2o,601 books nnd o,Obs pnpors.. Vt 10 o'clock, tlio diTiissinn on tlio question "Mionld priae systems in Hnnilny HehonN be encouraged?'' was taken up and debated with enrno'tnos', but with the wannest f...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 16 November 1870

if i 1 VJ LlITITllTr VOL. I. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER IG, 1870. NO. .33. THE CHRONICLE. Tho election Is now over, mid (ho news papers mny turn thoir nttentlon to some thing else thnn nicro partisan polities. In the short space of time since we com menced the publication of the dally and weekly Cimoxici.i:, we have received many flattering testimonials) of public favor. Wo have labored with all the zeal .mil ability wo possessed against obstacles with which a paper in its infancy has to ont-nd, and have reason to believe that our labors have beon apprecialed. From a mere " bantling," as our neighbors up tho way called us, our journal has grown In public favor and has become to bo consid ered as a permanent enterprise. AYe have always endeavored, as best the means at our command would permit, lo furnish our readers with tho latest news from all parts of the country, and to give them original mid selected matter on all subjects of gen eral interest. This we expect to conti...

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. — 16 November 1870

KNOXVILL.E WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1870. TELEGRAPHIC SUMMARY. Washington', Nov. 0. Fisher, Com missioner of Patents, hns resigned. The Dcnioeratle Congressional Commit tee imve advices from Illinois that the Democrats gain the Fifth, Kighth and probably the Twelfth District, and reduce the llepublirnn majority by thirty thou sand. The President has authorized the publl I'ntiou of the eorrepoiub'tiee which passed nitwoou him and ex-Secretary Cox, lat August, relative to the claim oi MoUnrra ban to the quicksilver mines claimed by the New Idoria Company. The Presidt'iit's 't' tor says: i " Ab the matter had been taken in hand i by Congrose before the incoming of thii miininistrntion, anil as m mum iraim m eharged aUd believed to exist on both aides,, I am not willing my name should be sign ed to a patent for cither party until Con gress hns either deeideu or declared their inability to do so. I wii-h yon would say to Mr. White.Secretaryforslguii r patents, not to put...

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. — 16 November 1870

1 KNOXVILLE WEEKLY" ( J1RON fCLE. WEDNEWDA Y, V. . M. L 10. 1870. Hints to l'ariiuih. 1IY THK "FAT COKJ'JUlll iOK.' Now that winter Is approaching, It would pcrliniw Ih as well to tliiVoiitiiilio haying, and turn your attention to gutting in your fall naw-logu. No farmer etui con sider his full work complete until he lias his cellar well (supplied with snw-logs. Seated around the blazing hearth of a whi te rV night, there i no fruit more tlellclotM. -S. eiirresiwndent asks us what we think of late plowing, flowing should not bo continued later than ten or eleven o'clock nt night. It gets the. horses In (lie habit of staying out lato, and unduly expose the plow. "We hrtvo known plows to ac quire string-halt and Inllammatory rheu matism from late plowing. Don't do It. To another correspondent who wants us to suggest a good drain on a farm, we would say n heavy mortgage at ten jkt cent, will drain it about an rapidly an any thing wo know of. When you make eider, select nothing but the ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 16 November 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1870. RULE & RICKS, Publishers, OFFICE: BROWNLOVVS'OLD'STAND, r.ulrniicc on OAY STKllKT, I'.nsl Side, Between Mnin and street. ti'hmh or KUHNOUIl'TIOX. One co)y, ono yenr $2 00 One copy, fix months, 1 00 Ten coi'ies, ono year 1" M Twenty corlw, ono year 80 00 WEDNESDAY NOV. 10, 1870. OUR DAILY. Persons wishing to subscribe' for the Daily Chhomci.i:, can linvo it for 7o cents per month in lulvunce. If you don't wlh it for tv longer time, then (-end your money monthly. In this way n intm may pay for a daily paper and never feel it. SUCCESS OF AN EDITOR. dipt. M. L. MeConnell, of the Soldiers'1 Oaz' t!c,m been elected to the State Senate, carrying every county in his District. He defeats his Democratic opponent by u ma jority of about 700 votes. Two years ago the District gave a Democratic majority. He is a member of the Lower House in tlip present Legislature, and has demeaned himself in such a way as to gain the entire confidenc...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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