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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 28 December 1870

KNOXVUiLE WKEKLY Oil HON ICLE. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1870. WP.DNKQDAY DUO. IS, 1870. Of tho Onnojunt! mailed freo to any aililress en opi ' liciilion. Tito BUortrMt M.v. TmI Wednesday, th 2Iit instant, vrai the shortens day in th year, being nine heurt and tiwentoew mlautM long. flood Appointment. Wa understand that Judge Oeorgo Andrews hat baen commissioned ns Artlitant United ftatet District Attorn? for th Eastern Dis trict of Tenneee. rtemoveil. The coanty teat of Hamilton county hat beon ren'ved front Harrison to Chattanooga. Ileal estate will mott likely depreciate in th former village i consequence. nlanxhrerlnz. Messrs. Mabry, Turner & Co. hivo tlaugli Wed between 800 and 000 hogt this season, at Ae Tork Houte. Wo understand they design making np a fall thousand before quitting. Limited I'rohtblllon, Tko police of Altoona, Maryland, supply bar rooms with official lists of portont to whom liquor may not be tafoly sold. Such lists in this city would ho rather formidable, ...

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. — 28 December 1870

n t'lm llwult ol tliu tili't-lHui. Augusta, Dec. 23. It is believed the Democrats elect all tho county onlccrs in Chatham, ami members of the Legislature. Palnonml Mclntyre (dems.) are probit T)lv elected to Congress from tho First Dis trict, and Rufus B. Lester (dcm.) folate Senator. The Democrats carry Oglethorpe county by 300 majority. Komb, Dee. 23. Tho Democrats carr Floyd county by 1,000 majority, clcctlrm tho full ticket; also carry Chattooga, Polk, and Cherokee counties. Georgia will scud a unanimous Demo cratic representation to tho Legislature. P. M. R. Young is elected to Congrce from the Seventh District by about 0,000 majority. WhitJield has fjouo Dctnocratie by a good majority. Covington, Nowton and Wal ton counties have gono Democratic by la go majorltW. Coi-UMUUS. Dec. 23. Muscogee county has elected tho entlro Democratic ticket. Chattuhoochic county gives ov. r JOO Dem ocratic majority. Marion, Stewart. Harris and Talbot counties are rejiorted gone Democratic. Wrigh...

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. — 28 December 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1870. SiSHYILLE LETTER. Nashville, Dec. 1U, 1870, "EritTona Ciiiionipli: : Tho nnneurnncc 1 Of your paper itinong us wai vrrinly wel- I, coined by many meinliors of tho IIoubo of Representative. Tlio restitution to ad journ (which piuncd tlm House on Halur lay last,) on tho 23r lnet. to mwl nxalu iu tlli'-llli of January . 187 J, vrlll prolmbly ii;wa the Bennto. nciitlctnen nro ilallv In the oanltol ask ing Hut tho right or way bo grunted through our Htato to build rt lailroad from Uicon, Ga., to Knoxvilie, Tonn. A bill una been, introduced on tho subject. Tho bill, by the gentloman from Carter .nuri Johnson, taxing till liquors imported into this State onu dollar on the gallon, was defeated. The gentleman from War ren moved that both thohill ami t lie author bo laid on tho table. Tho bill wa-tho author wai not. The bill to repeal tho conventional rato of interest bill was defeated, and the law reinaiiiH now as before: that parties...

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. — 28 December 1870

8 ivNOXVILLB WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1870. CARllIEnH' ADORERS TO TUB Patrons of the KiioxtUIo CltroitfeJe. jit cii.ni,r.B d. V'oorrav, Kiclit n2crj-i on Jn JnliV pnrpto lillK IKtenco tlio niuro concave fills Prone, by hit fleecy choree lit rcei, While ewectooutcntuitmt fills ItU buxtt, Tbo Jewish sbephord muring Hoc : Bursts there upon hit dauled eye A. flood of mellow, heaven-born lhrbt. (Hilling the sombre Tell of night. Twa uot tho sun In splendor lieamhiH. Xwas not the moonlliilit, coldly elreeunlrc, It woe not mctoor-itlnncf . nor lifhtnirur,, Tho ROrgeous concave instant brightcnls,? That, rnshing on the shepherd's eyes. Illumined heaven's vast canopy But, saillnir down the radiant sky. Bright nw enjtcre from world on hlfb Appeared, up-borne on wings of Cro, A seraph Uot, aa nnpcl oholr. Thlle hnivculy voices lood jTodatM Thankpfrivirur in n Savior's name. Onoo more the wheeling Mirth fc.ie rsu ft! annual oirenil ronnd the ran; Onoo tnoro is ruddy Christmas h...

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. — 12 April 1871

to hlUV7f- flMttfUi lUfrittlittf laAAUW ... A' T W "J T --, y-f rwwwr-m--w W W B 1, PpWfWUi 7 wWI 1" 1 f 1 t ? , i i i I, i,Y. Ui EMsrea IS will ftp ' vui,. m.v. . ;vr ' kNOavIL PACTS ABOBTVEAS' 1 JSftasss .-yaw m An those 'who contemplate1 coming SoUUL aro uaUtVally interested In the facilities presented f-transpofclnglheproduetaof a oountry.ta.market.wff tnko ihirocas,ipn,to write abou'tlour rivers anil railroads. Our principal ntUr'paU -lino Is tie East, Tennessee,. Vlrglniitjind Gcorgiai-R'i link hi tnofgrcAt KouliiQfjiinU )Wte7om. Now Yorli -td Now Orleans. It .passes Uirpugn'ri&l'TeinY em direction from Bristol ontueIrgltiiaj lino to Chattanooga, nnuV.tOrDaltoiiff Gift; a branch running ouWfeMc!oWlanil; Tennessee, to tho latter point.' It passes ffiugh eleven of the thlrty-ono counties Tennessee, and Is two hundred ami Jojtyanllcs In length. Over this route .a large quantity of cotton, grain and live stock is shipped, tptha eastern markets, whilo a largo "p,ropbruon.pf the...

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. — 12 April 1871

a gJurafcillc $Mtfe rmulc, WSjflmdmtt, Jpril 12, 1871, "WKDNKSDAY J APRIL 12, 187 FAU5I AND JIOBCE. Cisterns for Filtcrlug Water. T a nnntvn T 1? sil ell n fM 'VI - 'I XAAtADI VIVAj in.. AJVU mui j - vy tho inquiry of J. D., of Sclnin, Ind., I can ny thnt I Iiavo ft cistern of somewhnt inoro thnn 100 barrels capacity, made of stono cemented with Loulsvlllo cement, after which a brlclt wail, one uhck m uhck news, was laid across the cistern, dividing offonc-fourth or 1cm of tho space. The partition of brick is laid slightly curving toward tho larger apartment, to relieve, In njrrcat mcamrp, the pressure of water against it. Tho cistern has been in use more tlmn' nluo months, uud, so far as rapidity and completeness of Altering la concerned, Is entirely satisfactory. The water is of singular purity aud sweetness, .ind ffrca.il v liked bv mvsclf and familv. and, in fact, by all who have tried it, after a little time in becoming accustomed to its use. The brick ueed aro of uniform aud i...

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. — 12 April 1871

T OOKR VI S X Q I It2 rv OK. Dry Ciooilff, A.r. Walchcfl nnd Jowclry. (Krai Estate, A3 X TRIP TO MONTANA TritRlTOKY-TlIK PERIL! OF STA(U'0. A Letter Trom Jntigo Murpli). ml -... I- II. t.l I...... - r llirUUgU U1C lUIHlUL'SS) UI UOI. l. JyH raitcwou, tiie cmcicnt uiorKitiitujier or our Clmnccry Court, wo arc permitted to make the following cxtractH front n private letter from Hon. Jno. L. Murphy, well fcnowu to our renders, glvAng a graphic ac count of his trip to Virginia City, Moti--tana Territory, where ho now redder ais Associate Justice of the Supreme Court. Under date of the 24th or March ho writes : I am thankful and hnppy, almost be yond measure, to Inform you of our arrival , hero, nud our location for the present at tho "Clo'sby House." the heat hotel In the city, and kept by W. II. Itodgera and son-in-law, tho former of whom la a cousin of tho Into Judge ltodgere, Dr, James ltodg cru and tho whole llodgora fumily.of Knox vllieand vicinity. JIo is a pleasant gentle man, an...

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. — 12 April 1871

RULE & KICKS, Publishors, , iVb. 10 blfiflxt Street, old Ten Pin Alley. TJCK.US r , NUIIMCltll'TlOX. Ono copy, olio ycnV, S2 M Ouo copy, six month; ... r. Mrt3ji W Ten cofcleV. onfocnr,.kJ J..&lA.....hiisff6 CO Twenty copios, ono 3"nr, ,r........ ..... SO 00 KNOXVJLLB, WEDNESDAY, APKHj 12. WEEKLY SUMMARY OF NEWS.1 V IUUEK4N. Tho cotiQicl in Franco between tho Versailles Govcrnmont find tlio Insurgents lias nssumod u moro nctivo nnil'valarming phase The Thibrs government, provoked to greater activity -by tho dnnpors threatening it, put into tho ficld.n largo army , uder", )SIc3faUon, which from tho boginning met with great success. .Tho. in surgents hrivo boon already driven into I'uris, "where, -without "much food, organiratidn, or hopo of relief from'Svithout, thfcy aro surround ed by .McMulion's army and thVeatcned with speedy annihilations Thostrugglohas been ono of great destruction to tlioJnsurgcuU, and thou sands of lives havo been sacrificed Tho dla patches published ...

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. — 12 April 1871

1871. Hvr.vmpaticovirji Oftho CituoxtciK mailed (cats to nnr address on niv I'licnuon. EvyylRug&KJHack nndKWagon is n stand- ing atlv mar 29vit lI'nldotAInrin. xho lamnii oi nra-raised lnrrlSill twolo iindVnao'dorfff was cmiioOfa chim noy butniri'gitfut dtWFfffilinPnouao, llio flames comnfuiiicatln'tiopoY, which was torn off and tho flro cMilyftubdlfod. Now slyfcj oMbuuu,. larga nnclfimall, nt Sclileierl?Gftllory,kWt5GaysBL mnrcha&wOt. - I'iilixliil Accident. A l,iUl2childnoyiiproUiin itwp yean old, whoso ruothor;liv03)ji Groaif c street, met with a painful accidont yesterday. iThe infantjwas playing' ..with a broken glass bottle and' fclj . down. with Itfi'iiioUiK'ui'xJrvilip jagRod odgo,. en tirely severing tho' .Upper lip".1 Medical nsstetanco ,ivnsi ppcurou. ( ana tno jnjury eovcu anu droned. " ' '. ' . Th g largest lot of frames evcr.brOUght Id 'this places justjioceivcd and for ealo, at Schloier's, Xo. 0-5 bay'st.-" 1 March 23-d&W5t tnnrtorlj Conrl. Coilrt assemble...

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 April 1871

'ffinosbillc gffiflchfjf (ljto.iJf, foncsftng, g,grii Z, (87,1. "nttcsr'KHiiiicr ovt'H nnil Tinware. WEDNESDAY, Al'ltlL 12, 1871. How nit American (Jlrl Saw the Princess' From tho Now York Sun. "We went early to 'Windsor; my carriage foil into line. Tho guards eyed us rather harply as avo pafsed tho gates, but Heeing a sprightly blondo in pink silk, point lace, and dlamoiuls.wlth a modest-looking niaiu in attendance, bowed and millered us to pass on. It was past their comprehension that a young girl, attended by a slnglo servant woman, without an invitation, would dnro enter that sacred enclosure. I now began to feel fearfully nervous, as I had not formed tho least plan for carrying out iny bold design-, when, just as t alighted, a paTty of gentlemen of tho clan Campbell were passing, and with most my winning rimilo and you know I can smilo I addressed ono of them, a pleasant, green-looking Highlnndcr,infull uniform, saying: "Excuse mo, sir, but I am separated from my party, and wou...

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 April 1871

i jr i i KEPNSLICAX victes is sfatk and I MtlNIMPlLECriOKS. 1 riVK I.ttOIHiYf"". AND ELECT tiiiieu crf,lKMrA- ix coxTnr,CIJT' Hahtfoiid, a3 0"o hundred mid Miven towns glvtict gnln for Jewell of 080 over lastycaBtrong, Republican, Is elected to Gonad hi tho 1st, and Stark weather, Ilopiiiul 1,1 tho 3d district. Itanium. I)emqr 8 ro-clcctcd in tho 4th -district. Tho ft? is very , close. Krlloftg, Kerhcan Ih elected in the 2d district by 20 iorlty. Nkw Vomc-PrI1 8- Tho Times' Con necticut Bnocpay: the Republican gain on represent0" to tho Legislature, w far aa heard fah Is five. onto. C'incin.v.Vi April .I. Returns from,! seventeen wds show Davis, Republican, a majority far as heard from of 2.485. TSoven warf remain to bo heard from, which iraf Sherwood. Republican, for Hocrctary State, a majority of 102. Tho vote is inually large, Tho t'ifo Republican city ticket Is dQubtlessJocted. 8omo candidates have a grcatorPjority than tho Mayor. Cr.r.viNn, April 3. Tho Republicans irried Voste...

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 April 1871

it rANTEiriKcrr 'IVf-Waii fAwft:' TT. U ehoulil.bq glad with full-bcnmed sun, And sweet with trills or Minted birds', ! And green with froth grass just bogun Jlciicnth tlio hoovos of hnppy herds ; . A' ilny to hint of April' close, . And nil tho flowery wenlth of Alny, This dny when Christ tlio Lord nroso . , Dear Kastyr Day Tlio sen should fpiu)4o,,bromlly blue, Tlio distance Kiimiridr cryiltu-clcnr, ffhojuoiintnln? lift pale vnpors through f -fiAli nmcthystlnnntifinsphcro: ' -Tho willow-bninchcV drooped roposo , Should wear lieht lenves in vernnl way, This tiny whon Christ thti Lord arose Dear Knstor Dny I rt And softly on tho placid nir ' Low peals of mellow bolls lio,uld,nnjr, And'pcn'ccful flirongs phssbn to' prayer, Pnviso and dovoutust worshiping,- Ana they should teriu glndnbss gocl, Yet silent, ns with souls that say: "On this day Christ the Lord nroso Dear Easter Way !' And all men's hearts should strivo to make A truco with envy, hnto arid wrong. "Remembering how, for eac...

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 April 1871

I I MUl' JUL . -. v v -v v v x v VOL. II. XNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. APRIL 19, 1871. NO. 3. If FACTS ABOUT' EiST TENNESSEE. i'ructical Suggestions. NO. XVI. Wo begin our sixteenth article by giving the statement of u correspondent, whoso communication, beeauso of frankness rtud practical suggestions, is of peculiar inter est anil value. It reaches Just tho class we -are anxious to see conic to East Tenncsseo tho class who want to tako our lands and work them, thereby adding to our produc tive wealth, and to tho intelligence, worth -and numbers of the solid people of our country. Wo need more population, not only men who will bring money and cm bark lu trado and manufacturing, but moro particularly men who will bring labor, and direct it where we most need it in improving and making of value our waste lauds and half worked farms. Wc have too much land worked indlil'crcntly. If wo will cut up our largo farms and sell and rent them to good men wc will bo better oil'. To tho cla'.s wh...

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. — 19 April 1871

V fV WKDNESDAY. iiojnE. t. , Orcliiml (Jrass. - A correspondent of tho New England Ptirnier, A.SV. Clieover, Shcldonvillc, Mass"., says: "Tlio more T become nc-nimititcd-vith this rrtss- tlra-botter T "II Jo lt. Not tho lertst ainoiw Jts ?ucritH Is; Us hardness. It stood Tlio .hot, dry weather Inst summer better tlTHir any other vidua bio crass with which I hm familiar. It should bo sowed thick.' I think twobuslt els llot too much eecd for rtn acre ; 'And it? must bo cut early, before It la in full bloom, to have the hay of the host quality'. On rich, moist hind it la as sure to yield three crops In a yerir, as Is red-top to give one. Unlike-clover, It noYer Inclines 'to blossom but onco in a reason ; tho ecc oiid and third crojwnrc mostly leaves, and tho" best feed for cows in tho winter I bvtir grew. It la a pood grass to oy 1U early spring -with clover, but without grain. Two good crops of leafy hay may be counted on the llrst year, and threo crops a year afterwards, as long aa t...

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 April 1871

oiiunisiloij Mcrchnms. I-iTUCm- .UH'MOT X1LX Ileal Estate.. 4- .llX'TJMllflII-' 'I'l.'OT Artfll 111 LT mpita Cwwsyplj: Tho, qule.t,,41vA hap i-ulgiic(?.lji thiH(ij)fitv4IIoTprovifl WcckH past. Jmd "bean UiHOiuotiXUiiit broken to-day by Uio,arcu(;rAY(limwai,thltIiccly tlio Circuit Gautf, my, in Hcssion.,.;TliQ BwcQuj ruauy- prcsoufciin buuuess-JlUij iui pcuraqec several Uulldlngs being Mvr, process of erection lh tho buslncuL nortion of thotowii,. the, eUcwalks, literully 'Jaim mod vllh lhroufit qr th6 honest bns of, T toll fit their "Suifflny clothe,' nnd with , It ..1. .,4 1.... ,. 1 1. . .ill'' .. i vtkiY ua,iihjii, uiu rutllU or. waguuqt atf thp .ring qf the trowel, sombre Jones boro' wpi'oaii Air of Jlfo'ilhd energy tlity has not bceti Jief won't for. perhana many l1r,,ltll6 fetei tentfit and foUr-ftrtlis of thgin arc gcntle liien of less than leu years. practice. Tho criminal docket, -with tho exception of two cases. Was uono through with to-dav. Judge Glllcuwatcra don't let hi...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 19 April 1871

$wobU(c Mttlxh) mudc, Sflttomflma, 10, 187JL SE)c Mccklj) Cbrxmulc. RULE & BICKS, Publishers, Xumbtr 10 Market Place, Jfoet Mile. rr.iuiH of NviiscniPTioN. Ono eony, ono year...... - $ 00 One coryf six mouths 1 00 Ttn copies, oiio year, - 16 60 Tirenty copies, one year,. 30 00 KNOXVILLE, WEDNESDAY, AFltIL 10. WEEKLY SUMMARY OF NEWS. rOREIUX. Iho strugglo between tlio Ycwallli'ts nntl Communists or Insurgents lias for tho pat wcok "been bloody anil desperate. Tho Vcrsaillists, early in tho struggle, forced the insurgents into tho defences of Paris, nnd from tho forts built by tho Germans nnd from soino built by tho French In defense of tho city, they have kept ip a destructive bombardment, doing somo damage to tho bcit parts of tho city. The in surgents cannot have many supplies in Paris, but have been making a depcrnto defense, and just now seem toboTather driving back their opponents. The mob in Paris has been plun dering tho churchoc, robbing, imprisoning and whipping tho Cath...

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. — 19 April 1871

gtwatflfc WtwJlBlhxonWit. xag i.TL,tagric- "WEDNESDAY, APRIL 111, 1871. NPKCI3IEN CfPir-S VI tne tHROMcr.r. mailed Ire to any atlclrcM on ap plication. l'opiilntfoii of lliitnc !ounlj-. According to tho reort of the County Enuniorntor, Col. Jnnics T. Shelly, Itonno county 1ms 2,407 votors. t Every Ruggy, Hacl nnd Wngori'iis i stand ing advertisement. ' ' mar 29w4t L. V. Rutherford and A. A. Jones, stmlcnU of MiiryyXlloCollcge, iroro liccnsecKtoii'preach by the Kingston "Presbytery, nt Hockford, in Blount courily, .dn tlio Tthlnst. Nlork I'Hrm. Mr. Geo. P. Brown, of Trcnfon, M. llanco mid Geo. Franklin, of Fnrmingdalc, New Jcr- soy, have purchased lnnd In ilorgan county, near 'Wnrtburg, and will go into tho stock fann ing business. Aollcc to ClnliiiimlN. Tho undersigned nro fully prepared to lllo claims beforo the Southern Claim- Coiiiinis'sloii now setting in "Washington. "Wo haven full supply of stiitnblo blanks. lvlS-dOtwlt. Mvxsox & Bailey. j ... Jno. II. Reynolds, Cleveland,...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 19 April 1871

lnovtn((c fotlcchfn (Lln-.onic(c, ciaUbncsban, pril lfl, 1871. -TP JShl Nil Sl 1 MlHl a. -t- HittRTIM.W M.tlIl " V K D N ; S D J Jl it K.R IHV 1' H 1 1 j 1 1871, The lvnnwcntutioiifr true iiml false, of 1o tlio K)UthTTOniliPffTlifti llndlfh or- &ulzntlon dot iir truth exiit, uml in lo StlltiM TVlicrb'tcy'hftVc iloVcr'llhil nn or ganised oxlHtohce ; in point of fnoT. tliehi oxigtcneo in Mio Molith cannot lo untied, but, that their exiftcntb teconllnprt fo'CCr tain lomlitieH in enunlly unu!nutfibl.1, Tli' Jiast Toiih"ou tlioy huVo not, 'nop 'cmi thoy Jinvu ntr AfgniiisiL totlfctencei for tllo, vory potent ir&unjn, that itiblitJSiitimcnt "Will ,iot tolerate 3Uch-JnvlosanciM, whlcli jrt the oillyi-rturo prevdiitrdti of tho dopro-' dnttona of mtelt lawlehs I'klans." Whorbl ptibliuomtintonltipproVeSf or even Avinks nt such utrouioumOdnduct tut htm ohuntcter-' ized tho opcratloDH of tho Ktiklux Klnn fiincoita orgiuii?-ition in the late ruhollloiiH Stntctf, thcro is no nnlount or ch...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 19 April 1871

,!f !q .nr.6MtMf lwioifl"D fihlfS4 illitfionJi Till Uprllnntn.'a iiiif,rnw. Tnlkinj; nfc nooawltli a-niuchnnlo lu'tlio' flhop, ns lio-wn'H .oAttiiprhly 'iUUliur, it tor? respondent oftlio Pr6Vi(1eficd'.y callell out from (ho niuuJy butinodtat veteran of tlio tin pall brigade tills, lavcjatloii of per rv liuii'iliiil.of Kjlir lnboclmr c.lncisps nom inoMiiKJUBuUstanllal rTfelllgnnce iv i)ractIualior.thcoretIeyfk"i15a&:6r-ttl HIUIJ For portion vri Itli tho V6hifkMHl hf. Mlf'nrtiil tlii&Ereat wiu'Ia rsunnir. so.'ia to .corroat the uiumiors you minors'" oiten lrinKe? And Ih selencd igarH,,llivtlinV16a:.f lllC lucummwfom ueiutf uooueuupr Jivevoxyi tliintr irohie? Nothint?. sir. but him an if. JtOoltH nT' 'Ifrlnti fiiHranriVfnWf 'nfn M ..,,J,..,. ruuiwyiji,. oouraes of lectures are cheap. If ho la bors ten hours but of tho twenty-four, he .m..iif . ... ......... i -1 1 ii-ii. je L- uugiii. nub wj nii;uu mi uiu yamuw in cat lug, slceplnK..aud auiuacmtinta 'which plcaso hut do not pr...

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 April 1871

$Utottlc Muhfg rmide, SHcbmdmjr, &pril 10, 1871. NUXIAY RECRHATIOX. I'octlcnl Itter from OiiooTllio Jt'Uoy lo n Chnin. The following is an Idea of how Sunday nre pasted by somo of tbo fust youths of tho Metro polis of East Tennessee, nnd Mas written by a gentleman now in Washington to n friend in this city: Wo landed safe in' Wiwbington reached here on Wednesday night, And horo I'm writing this to you, while yoit I know aro tight: I left you thus on Tuesday morn with Wiley at your side. And hence 1 know you'ro still tho ftme, unless since then you'vo died. I'm writing this on Sunday mom tho hour is ten o'clock, That solf-snmo hour when "Skeezicks" hears the old familiar knock, Of all the thirsty bummers for their Sunday morning drink, On getting which, they dash away, and 'round tho corner slink. A few more hours and dinner 6'er, another . drink they take, Then all propose to take a walk and for tho Brewery make; For thero tho lagor flows nt will find they can quench their thirs...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
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