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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 16 November 1870

IvXOXVILLK WEEKLY niKONlCLK AVKPMKsDAV, NOVKMJ510R 10, 1870. 5 WEDNESDAY, NOV. 10, 1870. si'iujuir.x con us Of the Ciiroxiclp. mailed frco to nny address on np-l'llcnti.in. ainrrlnirei. Only two couples wero married in this ooun y lnt week. Personal. llr. Potor Stnub, Swiss Consular Agont, left yesterday for Grundy county. ItceorilerH Court. The city Is remarkably quiot nnd tlic lloeor dor wns troubled with no disturbers of tliopcaco yesterday. Itriiiibllenn Kally. AVe understand that a new daily paper, l!c publicau in politics, will bo started soon in Chattanooga. Killed. A young man named Thomas Broomo whs hilled in nn nilhy nt Spring Town, l'olk county, last week. No particulars. Net lor County. Sevier county nil heard from, except ono dis trict gives Coopor f.G majority over Hummer, which elects him by about 160 majority. The .Mnrlicl, The city market is well supplied with pro duco in season. Meats are abundant and tender und juicy, nnd in fact the market is as woll sup pliad wi...

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. — 16 November 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, N'A 1 MB Kit 10, ls70. ni.KTION HKTCHNN. JtrfrH OuhhI.v. The resultof lnt Tiifudar's election In .Icfli'rraii ctrantv, m shown oy full oillolnl returns, is ns follows : For Governor Wisener, 1WK); lirown, 701. For Congress, State Rt large llodgem, 4l!; Nctherlniul, 202: lttevcs, 48. For Congress, 1st District Iltitlor, 1080; AVhite, 0-J8; Taylor, 200. For State Senate Hale, 1140; Greene, fi'W. For Representative Kekel, 1121; Jnrnn gin, 701. For Floater Couch, (Rep.) 575; Rntn vntor, (Dent.) 161; Diek. (Dom.) 5S0; Dy er, (Rop.) 71; Hotisley, (Rep.) SOS. Cnmpbpll County. Tlie official vote of Campbell county is as follows : For Governor Wisener, 42S; IJrown, 188. For Congress Maynard, 421; Rliznrtl, 201. For State Men ate Gibson, 682; Palmer, 243. For Representative F. P. McJvew, 604 ; Keeney, 231. The liepublieane did not turn out, while the Democracy were out in their full strength. It will be seen that Brown re ceived exactly the same number o...

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. — 16 November 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHKONICLE. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER XO, 1870. r Coultln'l licslsl. Page C was pretty extensively known in otctett Minolta one of the hardest of the hnnl not a court pawed without linlfa dozen Indict nii'ntHnKiilnthlni for iipsault nnd Irattery. He had just been tried and lined heavily, nnd was standing In a nied, tatlve mood upon the upper Htep of tho court house door. One step below him utood a straiiKcr who Pane iiiitl never be fore seen, and who certainly had give him no cause of offense. "Without a word Pago struck the unsuspecting and astonished Individual a " sockdolhiner," and ofcourco tumbled him headlong down the lllghtof fiteps. The grand jury was still in hessiox, and within an hour another Indictment was returned, a pica of guilty entered, and a line assessed and paid. As Page walked up town from the court house he was asked what motive he had in striking the man. "Well the fact was," snid he, " ho stood mi fair I couldn't help It." -., - Tm: Koi'Tir. ThclNew...

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. — 16 November 1870

8 KN0XV1LLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1870. WHO CA11E.NT Look with the eyes of your soul nnd tco Thnt pnlo girl there yosl thntis she: With wondrous hair of scintillnnt Rold, Liko n coil of sunshinn cnrolcss rolled O'er a brow thnt knows hut n single stain. Oh! its crimson shnmal Oh I its white, whito pain I "No tnother's love could spring from dust To shield her from man's hollish lust. "Who cures? who aires? Up and down through tho gas-lit street, Through tho long, long night, through tho rain nnd sleet; lTp and down with a weary trend, No matter the tears tho wild eyes shed , "No matter tho pain in ierlove-cruhed heart. No matter tho cauc of its ondless smart j iti.t what if sho aliswored gaunt hungers call? Ho matter, wo cannot forgivo her fall. "Who caros ? who carei ? tTn and down and to nnd fro, Wearily, languidly, como and go Thro women fair, and crushed and lost Frail vesels, wrecked and tempest-tossed. No kindly word on their dang' roil s way i!ns told wher...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 23 November 1870

A A 4 lltltf " fiSBEtwWJi v VOL. I. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, IN70. NO. 34. SI VI.1Y Mooting ol' NUIIOOI. t'ONVII.VTIOX. llio Onicri-H ami Tcnclicr of ICuok County. I" isnant to notice given throagh tho city pa I . n large number of dolcgatos from the va " ; Hulibath Schools of Knox county and this 'ty, aesetnblod nt the Lecture Jtootn of tho oi'l Presbyterian Church Fit-day morn p The following gentlemen wpro present om no county : Jacob Spioknrd, J II Houser, F Rule, S J AVilloughby, J L CiiBliiori, 0. W. Karnes, JJ T Gibbons, A M Ault, R J Smith, J 0 Andorsou, W N Trice, John Mulling, AV Flonniken, A II Durnett, M AV Hutfakor, S McCammon, A Murphy, A O 11 Nichols, Codnr Spring, Oak Grove, MursHill, Cedar Grove, Uuion Hall. M K Church, City, St John " Ut Rap it it t. 1st Pre " 14 44 4 M V. Oh South 14 (I Kphipany Oli M K Oliurch vVm Haun, lohn Donaldson, V C K Cnllon, AV Luttrcll, W II Rlake, II Smith, Vin Bishop, i l-'dftih. Oirtnn, ) C llishop, P llishop, I II lo...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 23 November 1870

Tho Hog Market. Ah the time is tit liimil when our fanners n c l'iter."4od in tlio hotf market, we clip tin- l illowitigfrom the New Albany (Ind.) 1 1 ' ''i whieh kIiowm something of the market, there , It is (ho opinion of those most comnc i nt to jutljre that pork will rule at low ilg- rt - this mil. Tlio corn crop was very 1. tfge, and stock horn gonurally abundant. Tlu'hofiic? , taken In connection with tho probability that tliero will not bo n very large foreign demand, and also the well kiiuun fact that hogs for the past two . vc;ir ruled extremely higli, leaving very llttli margin for paekera, will conduce greatly to bring about a combined ellbrt to keep down the price nf fatted hoij, and consequently the very material reduction in the price of pork and packed meats. AVe heard this morning of a transaction which took place In Louisville yeBterday the pureliHbe of seven hundred barrels of pork for January delivery, at .: ... r barrel. Thin is certainly a very heavy reduction j...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 23 November 1870

1 KNOXVLLLE WEEKLY CJlllONJrM-;. Vl,DM-,.M)AY. M) EMIiKIv U.;, lh7i). A SKW OltLON.S MYSTKKY. I TO MFCHANTS! The United States District Attorney Found AVeltcrlnsf In Ills Moot!. At7oVluck this morning a eolorod porter iit t.hn PiiHtom IIouko.oii entcriutr theollleo of tho District Attorney from thoJudge'fl room, (Uncovered Mr. Alun6n 15. Long, United Ktalen JDlntrict Attorney, lying on the lloor quite deud, und weltering in hin blood. Quickly locking tho door, he ut onco gave the alarm, and In n few minutes the sickening story wa In the mouths of hundreds. Tho unfortunate man was on hla buck, with his knees drawn up and unna extend ed. The right Index linger was pointing towfird the ceiling over the laruo bookcase, and tho other tlngorH wo o open. Tho loft hand was naturally open, and tested against the elbow of tne rignt arm. ills neiui was thrown a little back and the chin raised, but. the mouth and eyes were closed. Tho deceased wore blaok broadcloth tvowKcrH and a vest of the na...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 23 November 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHKON1CLE. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1870. RULE & BIOKS, Publishers. OFFICE; BROWNLOW'S OLD STAND, i: in nee ni way sTiti:r,r, r.nst suit, tlctncfjnlMnln nn1 lltl) streets. TKIOI.N or NUJM'KIITIO.V. One . 'ijiy, one year,... i'l 00 One uopy, six month 1 00 Ten topics, one year, IT 50 Twenty copies, one yenr, 30 00 WKRNKSRAY NOV. , 1870. SELLING OUT. iconic persons, through malicious mo tives, have been circulating it in certain local iticf that the present proprietors of the Cintoxieu: intended to "sellout." We Avill say, once for all, for the benefit of all Mich a may credit such a report, and for those who originated it, that we have no idea of any such thing. We have every assurance that the Chho.vicjj: will prove a .micccs., politically and linnnoially. If this paper is ever sold out, it will bo done by the SlieriH', after our patrons havo fail ed f sustain us. THE PRESIDENT AND HIS PARTY. Tile Democratic newspapers profess to think that President Grant does n...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 23 November 1870

KXOXVJLLU WHEKIA" OUKONlU.iv -VK1)NK,SDAV, NOVKMBKU li;), 1870. .. ,.4 NQW'A 1870. NIUH'IMI'.V copii:h Of (lie CmioNtei.E mailed free to any mlilresv on ni- lilioiillon. NlutiKlitcrluir. Hog slaughtering commenced at the Pork Houso ye.terd.iy. Thr l.rgMlninrc. This body will convene In Nashville on tlio 1st Monday in I)cc(;inler. Drnvriiesl. Uco. Itogors, E-q., of C'o'clia county, was drowned on Mondny lnt, whilo attempting to ford I'reneh llroad river. M'nntnt To borrow, $10,000 oa u"rst-clns feollntor.il s. curity. Address, slating i iloro", &e., V. O. I!x 8, Kingston, Tennessee, nor ti!-3t Hcisvy Itcnmil. J. C. Stnnton oflora $1,000 in gold lor the ran. viction of the jmrtiod who placed obstructions on tho Alnbamn nnd Chnttmocgn llnilrnml. 4'ollnpactl. It is said that James Itobinson's ciri i. col lapsed nt Nashville tlio other day. and failed to meet its appointments imida ahead "f that city. Died r Injuries It -Ti.l. Tho littlo child of Sallio Iloildy, colored, who vn burne...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 23 November 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CliKONICLE. WEDMOMLW N() L.uBLil 21 170. TGIiEGKAPHIC SUMMARY. Washun-citon, Nov. 10. The Prunlduiit hiw oortiiinly onlured Motloy'n rci-all. The 'HmcK I'ditorlnlly alludes to Gort ehnkofVs circular with dliiHt mid indig nation. Tlio miostion of nn alliuncc between Etiglutiil, Austria, Italy and Turkey Is riR'iitwL'd on all sides. Cinc innati, Nov. 15. W. Stnibuek, founder of the Evening Timet, of this oily, died to-day of disease of the heart. Viknna.Nov. 15. Grontenthusla-miwna created on the bmucu upon the announce ment that the J'russlnns iintl evacunien ui lcnns. A plot to murder Prim Iiuh been discov ered. Kivo conspiritors with revolvers, Krenndew, ijoijrnard, telegrams and letters have been fcelzed. Nkw Onr.KANP, Nov. 17. Clin. Dtiiin went home tight, when hi wife, aued sixty-live years, nlruck him f-everal blows on the lica'd with an axe, killing him. The llovenue Supervisor for Tonnoei.ee telegnj)listhat;i,O0) distilleries will stnrt and run in Unit State ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 23 November 1870

KNOXVILLK WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDiN K.sl) .0 T.MIihll 28, 1870. Letter from Itristol. Bristol, 'Funk., Nov. 14. 'J the J.'dilortt of (he Cfivonivlt : Agttlu wo t'lijoy tlio lull of swui'l rejK)so thnt follows tlio wtilse of political storms, Jiuil Brlstol-on-tliu-Lino, tlio metropolis of upper ISswl Tciuiphhpv, romniG.s tlio busi ness air thnt was her wont, ere tho cloud began to gather. All parties yeem sntiMieu with tho result ; or, at least nu- determined to abide tho consequences, and for a while .turn their attention to something that will, by far. Imvo a greater tendency to build up and improve our country. Ilris tol at no distant day expects to bo the grand railroad center of the South, and taking tho energy and determination of tho people na an earnest of what they will lo, those expectations will be to a fjrent extent realizo oro the closing days ot tho next decade are counted with tho past. Tho Cumberland Gap and Kentucky Hall road has Its boginlng point at this place, and i...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 23 November 1870

KNOXV1LL10 WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1870. WITKS. God liirp i (ho wive, t Tiny fill our hive Willi little ones nnd lionrt.y ; Tlicy rnio life's skocka, They moud our s ook, Hub don't they I"1 tho money I "Vhen wo arc sick. They lienl in quick Tliut i. if tliny should lov ui: If not, wr die, And yet they cry, .tid places tonilistrinps above u;, Of roguish girls, "With sunny curls, AVo may In fancy dis.uii : Hut wive true wive Throughout our lives, Ar everything they ctm. EMC LAND. RI'NNIA.VAKMY 02Y A WAJt 'IOTtV: t'rimrnlloiiM I'or Wiir l . IhiiiI I!e ltorlcil Crillral Cnnelltiuii ol tlie l'riivHlnu. t omxw. Nov. 21. Tin- fndt H Hihtwc t . in n despondent article on the Khs- i ru ijiii'stion, exprenscn tlie fear that a war .iicvitalde, nnd that hII of the GroHt Vow rrs will have their armies In the field be fore January. Vi;w Yohic, Xov. 21. A upocinl to the t'ltrM from London nays that Lord Lyons . ;vn the Tours (ovornnicnt to tin- s m l that Lord ltuscll is instruct...

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. — 30 November 1870

Ik .'if'- VOL. 1. KNOXVILLE, TENN.. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30. 1870 NO. 35. 1 l'HOTKCTIHG HOKE INDUSTRY. The doctrine of so shaping our imUouul I iJIcy as to protect homo industry, meets with its strongest opposition In the city of New York, where a largo proportion of the I ojiulation is engaged, olthordireetlyorin directly, In Importing goods from foreign countries. Their interest Is to pell all of these goods thoy win, and whatever opcr ttes.to encourage our people to lnaiiufue t ire their own goods, Is a stroke at tliolr business. Touch u man's pocket and you .we pure to arouse his feelings. When a man's private husiness KiiiTors, especially if P Is a paying ono, ho is very apt to do all I I his power to remove the cause of the. luUchief. This is what is the matter with Now York. If our people manufacture everything they use, theso importers must look out for some other method of earning t.ioncy. Knowing this, it is nolsurprlsing ti find them worklngin the interest of free trade. I...

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. — 30 November 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1870. From Morgan County. Wahtiiuho, Tbnn., Nov. 22d, 1S70. KnrroRh CmtoNrcLK: Never having been much of n trnvollcr, it haw never beou ray good fortune to rlult what In known in ordinary pnrlnuco a "the mountains," un til within the jxiHt few tlnyn. LcuYiiifr Clinton in company with some "Jolly" companions, I found mynelf, Jtmt at fiun down, pholtered beneath the lioepifnblo roof of one of Morgan county's noblest khih. They told mo I wm on tlio moun tain, but tho aseout had been so gradual uwt 1 linu never noticed enough ot tinii- culty to excite remark. After doing am-1 Die Justice to the viands of our host, with apetltcs sliarpenod by our longrldo througli tho pure mountain air, we ensconced otir wlycf) around the cheerful fire and enjoyed tho pleasures of social converge until the "wee sum' hours" drove in to bed. Our cpmpany was composed of (several mem bers of the bar, Including two Judges and one ex-Congrewimiin. The latter ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 30 November 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESD A Y, NOV EM HER 30, 1870. True Flirts nnd False. The JTnti c Journul Wuia dollnw lllrtlng -uiito HUccwHfully, j)rovitlcil in dcllnitlon is accepted. Home would uy thnt tho writer's " true" lllrtlng in misnamed: When n clown follows tho will o' tho wisp to the discomfiture, wo biiuno tho foolish man, and not tho misguiding light. And so, if men will be vo vain und un tlilnking as to imagino that every pleaaant beauty adores them becauso nhe vouchsafe) to ohat, whoso fault la it wlien tho pre sumptuous lover is lnfonnel with cold polltonefw Unit his position in that of a friend only? The real mistake constat in conceivlnc nothing between the Hexes but love. Peo- iili rnuli Infi flu nrrnr tlmt .1 wnninti u-mat oithor 1)0 discourteous to a man or in love 1 with him. The possibility of her enter luining u proper and healthy frlendidilp tor fifty of the onnonlte sx never ccuiuh to strike the world. Now the no-called iltrt is eminently free from all the ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 30 November 1870

RULE & RIOKS Publishers. OFFICE: DROWNLOWS OLD STAND, i:iiimiii tn av sTKr,irr,rnsthiiip.'. llttwccn'Maiu hivI Hill trtct. TI'.n.MS ! NUllSOUII'TION. One copy, on y' 8 W One i iy, tlx lnontlu 1 00 Tea cine, one year - 1" 60 Twenty corle. olio year ..- 80 00 WKDNKbDAY, NOV. 80, 1870. A FAMILY PAPER. Tin. Wi'.kki.y Cirnoxifi.i: is the best family paper in Fast 'IV in lessee, and equal to uny tit the South. It has a vast amount oi reading matter, made up of the choicest m lec tions front our Daily. The farmer AviU llnd in it all that if important uml ue ful in the agricultural and horticultural jm pers. For the home circle, it contains short f'orifvuioodottw, poetry, gossip, religious and educational intelligence. We direful 1 a ntuin from anything in our columns Jlr.t could prove offensive to the most fas tidious. Our desire is to publish n imper which u ninii may read and then not lie ,wb lined to have his family read. It is a Ini,;.. eight page sheet, llfty-two numbers m tjin yo...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 30 November 1870

WKDNKHOAY, . . . NOV. ::p, W NPIH'IMEJf COPir.tt Oi ttio Chro.vici.k wailed fr (4 any nditin on ap ' llcntimi. H0X8IA& DeFuenronow mantiHioturing up wards or one hundred and 2fty lard cam per day A Work. I'Vuit.'ou hands and twrlvo cttrt arc kniy' removing tho dirt from vrbht will the) haK mc it story of thnOnHom lioua, NrcsIM t'lcuniiitr. .Mai Ktt Square It in shocking eomlitii,nml w juld be muoh. improved by nn attnftk from tho hoe '..ri arn' of (.cArvcngew. Ilotml ofTiwAc. 1 lit - ussoeiutkm wfil rosutiK It regular mi ct in,' 1 Tuesday night ncxtnt v.hich tlm- Dr. S K.iitu.Hi.-li will deliver u J?iiuro under it mi i)i t .Shoot Ins Afllill. f 'lured barber wiw thv: n; Loudon tliu other day, because lie nn I... k.T atd in paying t'ov 11 vidc-h ho had purcluwed raid objected In- - n- If.or levying on hit Aui.Iture. ' 1 to Large Turnips, 'I I n tint-d tnrnipi wc hav wen wi i- 1 ft at our office n dy or two George Kule. They nru nn averairi ernr. ',0 rvicdof thoee ceenlent ttii-. ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 30 November 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1870. TELEGRAPHIC SUMMARY. JJkhi.in, Nov. 23. The elections ill Sohlcfiwlg generally resulted In fvor of the cuncliilatcs who supported tho proposi tion for unnexntlon to Doniuurk. .St. Pktkiishukci, Soy. To nn ad ilroH from a Llthunnlnu reghnont, tho Czar replied yesterday : "I hope there will ho no war, but If God will It you will ap prove, your known devotion. Vihnna, Nov. 22. Tho reported refund of Turkey to co-operate with England, U ortlel.illy denied ; nlso tiio siruoineni mm Buvft hud submitted a proposition for a European Congress. Auttrla, though de siring peace, will net promptly with the other European Power. London, Nov. IS. The 7'imctt editorial ly intimates that JUi.-sia will bo firm with out closing her door to tho negotiation, an attitude which England will imitate. Tho Timr estimates that there aro two hundred thousand Germans in the val ley of tho Loire. The Prussians were defeated In an at tempt to capture a tra...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 30 November 1870

v Tho i'lonlnff Match. HoeiiUKiuiY Creek, Knox Count, l November 18, 1870. J Thin bfiluif the tiny appointed for tho plowing exhibition In this vicinity, tho farinoni begnn tonwcmblo titan airly hour, notwithstanding tho morning win very cold. At nbout 10 o'clock A. M., tho ooni pany wru called to order, and a committee wrs appointed to nominate three compe tent porous to act its judges. Tho follow ing person wero choen as nidi coinnilt teo: U. 1 Crawford, A. MhJoIuimhi and V. .S. Harris. Tho couuuitltH retlre4 for n few mo ments, when they returned and made tho lillowing report: For Judges Daniel Booker, .1. J. A. ' hompsonand Franklin Roberts. Tho report of tho commlttoo ws unani mously adopted, and the abovo named ner fious wero ordered to arrange tho various plows and teatim in proper order for trial, 'rhiswno noon done, and tho plowing be gan on the farm of tho late Rev. (J. S. .Vhlte. Tho following ia a list of tho plow and by whom entered : 1st. Tho Jett entered by W. S. Harr...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 30 November 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1870. I'tll) NlilUlKAKT OI" Till! FIFTII!T1I. Oav of blackened cloud of powder Oozed tho moon upon tho nifrht; Where: had rolled the battle's thunder, Kro tlio coming of the nipht, An old sergeant of the Fiftieth To his general made report ; " Prevnt four ; and I: nil wounded ; l'rnised hn God, wo hold the fort I" "Weak and trembling ware his accents Vot his blood wft? almost spent, flat the Gonernl nked him, gruliiy AVhntUiU foolish trifling meant; Where his company was quarter!, Turning to hi? comrade four, He made answer: " Pardon, General : Shot and holl have loft no more. These tho miti-ailleute has spared v., Five poor wounded, those alone ; baarp and Horco the chock of b.atl. Hut tho enomy are gone !" " Thoro turn to your battalion, Gomrado bravo," the General said; "Pardon, General ; hen- you see them, Onthocrirnson pod are laid . "!?kU7TfW the General murmured. Sorely lriy pi. -w.ij4Acha.Eray. Ouned bo their task to-day: S...

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