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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 26 April 1871

. ' '' A 4fiv - ; " -" ' Jf3t-5 VOL. II. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26, 1871. PACTS ABOUT EAST TENNESSEE. Our AliucralK Iron. no. xvir. We propose with this number to begin n ncrics of articles on tho mineral resources rof East Tennessee, beginning with Iron, wo do not know that we can give facts con cerning It in a more condensed or Intelli gible form than we find them in a letter written some timo ago by ono of tho edi tors of the CitnoNC'iLi:, then a correspond ent of tho New York Times, from this city. His letter was written after an interview with Gen. John T. "Wilder, of tho Roane Iron Company, one of the most successful and practical Iron mcu of tho South. Tho 'letter gives a description ef tho Rockwood blast furnace, built and operated by his Company. "Wo givo the letter as publish ed, beginning with tho description referred to : His works are situated four miles from tho Tennessee river, in tho midst of ono of tho finest agricultural sections of tho State. He uses r...

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 April 1871

mtik Wittu tyxamtk, Mcbitcsimi), &ptH 213, ml WKDNKSDAY Al'JUL 20. 1871. Hiring IlCCS. I saw In tlio Jlural 2?CW' Yorker of April 1st, n httitcniunt on hiving bees, by A. Wilson, ho wishing thosu having u better way to give It to the puplle. I will give you my mode, which I think is a meat itnprovomcntovcr the old ways. In the llrst place 1 cut a polo mx lccl Jong aim putnn Iron socket on one end, so as to lengthen it out in case they light high; then I quarter the other end down twenty inches, spread the tops apart, fasten a hoop fourteen inches in diameter, Its upper edgo beveled sharp, In the top; then take llour sack paper and line it inside and out. It being smooth tlio bees slip out with ease. I set my hive on a bottom board on the ground with the hivo raised a little, and placa another bottom board in front to pour the bees on. I then take my pole anil bag, put it up under the bees, give a light punch, then pour them down in front of the hive, and they will readily enter....

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 April 1871

Kcnl Kstale. CoiiiiiiInnIoh Moi cluuits. I sfov. -msi n ..,. I . . . . . mows ami riimnrc. Dry GoimIm. &c. Until ifelirii,. MUNSON & BAILEY'S REAL ESTATE COLUMN City and Suburban Property. No. 173. viILln.VIV u,""ut1lfulI', loc?teil loin near the Cllulon 1'ik.o. Those lot have lust been laid out, nu.l nro now ollerod for salo for tho, first time. Favorable terms can bo secured by those wishing to build. No. 107. PaiCE, $700 Vacant lot on Asylum street, 0.tl20. No. 1G8. l'mcB, 81,000. Small House, and Lot, well located, in East Knox ville, near Ingles' Mill. No. 1C.'. Pkick, $2,300. Very desirable situation for n residence, lot 00x145. on Cumberland jtrect, near the Episcopal Church. No. 171. Prick, ei.ooo. Exceedingly desirable Lot for a residence on Asylum troet, near Market (square. No. 175. 1'iiiCK, $5,000. .i;.150-fcct f'll,"ir.cl c,urnT Cumberland and Locutt r SI i V. desirable location ior a residence ono ot tuo best In tho city. No. 177. Prick, $2,500. ,1j?;'o"1'r,,ul...

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 April 1871

jAnavbillc (SLlcchig (Chronicle, (lutein csuan, .pril 6, 1871. 4 bc TOcckln (Chronicle. HULE & KICKS, Publishers, Xitmbcr 19 Market Place, JXtt S'ldi. rr.u.MS or nuhncuii-tiox. Ono copy i ono year, $- 00 One copy, tlx month? - 1 00 Ten copies, ono yenr 16 00 Twenty copies, ono year 30 00 KNOXVILLK, WEDNESDAY, AP1UL W. WEEKLY SUKHAIIV 01' NEWS. FOUtKJX. The owi from Paris nd Y rsaillcf, coming through tho officers of the rival jrovcrnments, is confiding and notnt nil eivtisfactory. Thogcncrnl tenor of tho news for th patt week, however, is clearly favorable to tho Versnillists, who have made considerable progress towards sup pressing tlio Communists, Thy have them completely cut off from nil communication out side tho defences, and are in possession of tho larger and more powerful forts commanding tho city and in addition to those they now "have they are to bo put in poscssion of others by tho Germans, With there advantage;?, wc do not seo why they should not spocdly end the stru...

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. — 26 April 1871

jAiTOvbtlk (&lcchln (Chronicle, Mctmcsirnn, pril l2li, 1731. "VVKDNKSDiVY Al'lUL 20, 1871. NPI'.CI.ni'.N C'OIMKS Of thu Cnimxici.K. mailed free to nny address on ap plication. Clinnjreil IlnmW. Air. Ike A. Hood lm. sold bis interest in tho Jlohton Journal, "nt liogcrsvilk', to Maura. Kiloyfc' HtewnrM ThooJitorinl lmnnagom6nt will bo In thfl linntls of Messrs. Hugh Kylo nriil "Wm. "Wfltorson. Tlio politic of the paper will remain nt formerly, The Ftrnt of (lie Hellion. "Wo wero very pleasantly surprised, yester day morning, at recoiling fron Dr. G. IJ. llrnndnu, of thin city, 11 box of rlpo strawber ries, grown on bis placo Jujt north .of this city. They nro large, luscious and thoroughly ripe, and wo think tho vory first of tho season. Colnrril Nnttbnlli Hclionl our cnll on. A meeting was hold mI evening, at tho Shiloh I'rcsbyterian Church, for tlio purpose of taking steps for holding a convention of teach crs of colored .Snbbtith Schools: fome time during next month. Committees...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 26 April 1871

$nobillc SLlccItljr Chronicle, cimcsunn, yx- 21), IS?L Snsli anil Itllml. AKi'loiiXiii-al implcmcntN, &c. Drugs mul IHgiIIcIiicn. ivkdxesdXy Avmi, b), 1871. THE 'KKSIM!CT,A1MIj1TY"(1)-01 1'KNNhS- sm; ix coX(jm:ss. What Unrrclt Suit! (lint -uns KximiivrtMl. Wo havo heretofore nlhulccl to the speech of J Ton. A. 12. Garrett, of Tennoeo, which ho had permission to print, but which, on appearing to the Globe, was found to contain n kiohs porsoiial assault on Senator Ames. Tho ollbn.slvo passage was nn follows : "Now, Mr. Speaker, before I dose my rcmtlrks it might bo proper for niu to al lude to thatclass of men known as eaipct baggers in the South, us itiH through them that moat of these kuklux reports come: and as 1 have already spoken of them, it will only bo necessary at present for me to give the character of ono now in the United States Sunato from the State of Mississippi. J shall only Hpeak of him ns n specimen of tho men forced upon tho Southern people to misrepresent, slan...

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 April 1871

Ihvmbillc Mcchln (iLjjnmtcle, Mlctmcstmn, $x 213, (87), Till: NVllIt.VTU SCHOOL CAI'SI!, lrtro-illns r Itio i:nl Tciiiiosiioo Nimilaj1 School Convention. Held in Knox Ylltc, I'riiln.v ami Katiii-atiiy. April 20lli mill aiM. J-'IKST HUSSION AKTKItXOOV Tlio meeting of rtho friends of tho Sabbath Sihool catiso Whs held in- tlio Alethod lit Episcopal Church, Soutli, wllh a llnttoring ntlondnnco of dologatc3)froni tlio different coun ties. AVcoppcnd n partial list of thoso present : Rev Spencer Henry, J h Cnrtor. Jus Armitagc, W G Hall, airs Unifies, -T O aiinot, Snm'l Watson, J K Smith. - KUiott Jones, .ros ai KobinSon, L Godfrey: L Gnrmichaolj JnoaiorriS, O AV-Dico, v.. A 0 Callcn, ' . V ai at Crtllonf EJ Hyatt'1 , 'jrf W IS Minnis.. Jno O Childs.v' -71 h aiathowe; SI' Hell, - G,,0 Carter, fa " js wunancs, AV A Kite, . It F Tnylor, I A .Low, ,J H "Walker,,." AV 0 Janiagm, II ( Sprouls, K A Elmoro, II O Auston, Thos Recdcr, JI S Clift, Alex llccder, .1.1 Pyott, Ins F Cash. AV F DowolJ, ...

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 April 1871

ti0btllc mtt$ tffewmclt, Mrbncsbn, $til aMBFl. First Annual Report or tlio Hast Tennessee Sunday School Convention, Held in Knoxvillc April 20th mid 21st, 1871. t TaH tsi c o cia. o 3 o 5 S ? at - ' 5 a a name or sVi't. r. b. addiie. 1 E EL s H. 51 n "Ira I 4! -1 SAM C OP feCIIOOt. r , o V B ! Hrown's linptist C Lcosburg Chnpelllim, Cumberland Pros Loudon Union N Knoxvillo M E .Mount .ion First Pre? Church Union Chesnut Grovo Mcth Chttrcb S Union IJusscllvillo Union .Midway Methodist Mftdionvillo Mt Vernon Strawberry Plains Baptist Union Friend Station Oodar Grovo Mt Pleasant Otter Uoin Union Union Hall .Mars Hill Elizabeth Union Uogs June 31 E S Mouse Creek Winter's Gap C't Middle Hrook -ul Spring llnp First Pro Ch M E Church S .Vow Market Pros timbrecvillo Union Long Hollow St Clair Alt Kmcry Gorman's Harmony Sulphur Spring liaptist Cave Spring ( Union) Perrins Union MEC South Union 31 B Church Presbyterian Wohb Union Clover Hill Shady Grovo Mt Olivo M E Church South Mt Iicthcl Un...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 3 May 1871

..... Ur PACTS ABOUT EAST TENNESSEE. General HcikiN. xot xvii r. Wo gnv; last week some items about the iron interests pf East Tennessee. In ad dition to Uic facte "ntnte1 in that nrticle, wo have ono or two Items to present. There is perhaps no (section of the Union where there are, bo many varieties of iron ore round in such abundance. In Carter county a furuacej connected with the foun dry of Clirlc, Quaifo & Co., of this cltv. makes an iron peculiarly adapted to the manufacture of ear wheels. It is Wade of the magnetic ore, yields a largo per cent., ana the product is a hard.touirh iron, used with great success iu the making of car wnccis. An establishment lately started in Washington county makes iron used very suecessiuliy for all foundry purposes. The iron in Greene, the adjoining county, is of a uho quality or spicgelclsen, used as a re- carbonlzer, In the Bessemer steel process. These varieties of the iron ore are all found in great abundance iu their respect ive locali...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 3 May 1871

BiuM-billc Wtch) (!onicIc, Ltcbncsban, $lnn 3-, 1871. 01 WKDNKSDAY, MAY 3, 1871. uwimvc jv:nt home. ('hunting Sour jrilk, &c. Tn xlillrniliir tnnr lllilk. i.1 it HCCOSSftrV. OrbCSt. to let the. milk become, pour or thick before- churnlne? Is tlio simplo Bqunro bor, to revolve, ns pood ii9 the dash churn I 1 proposo to uso "liorso power" and lmvo n. dairy of fifteen cows, nml mi Airmsliine mi eatintr houso in New York witli butter nt n yearly contract price, nnd am desirdus of learning tlio best method cf mak ing n nico article. wtaii y. aukkck, tcr genncs, Vt. , It is not necessary for milk to become "eouror thick" before- churning) to make good butter. There is tilJlbrcnce of opinion nmong butter makers in regard to the pro per condition of milk best suited for churning. Some contend that milk but slightly acid makes the best butter, others that the milk should be allowed to thick en. Good butter is mndo by cither plan, If tho milk bo good and all tlto conditions for keeping it...

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. — 3 May 1871

'ThiVHt Jwyp.ljVHiii.tliiw.ffmrioviW threw loyal clniiiis Jtiiiimfs-LnL juii t, iVs.,cst ' tu6 mimbwiI'lllMDjicliiUiiraliHJ)uVhii(ir' All tllllt 11 li fmnm l-ut,,,, i lu. ...... I i.t ji u in inuieiy iu L claimant, and " ...ii iuu imiuiij ii mi) full 111. 1.1 llt.lMf I..........1 ll. r I . .- . I. . I W'.iy.9rM,Jy jpwAn .oivit. merits. ftised to iWkts IlIiyfafiiiHalFoii ty paV thlH-khul ' of liidiMednefcO r !EVil at' tho rucontnof)loiif itnisvHl tottlMtf tho Gov-' drnnienuto'lio !rfi.i,t-Ht4Sdbi'for6! Hits' donm nilflaloners'liy rf riollt'Uor, for fear 'fliirt,. i(' Voulll boivijimleil as a parMnT'rdLM.itton of; tho -claims Hint might' 116 l,7l6Vedi' JJicse facta uro stntetl 'boSttuso fedmu de signing, claim agents nro irMkliig rcpveti (atiqna U (SlaiHiants that this commission .paysaH.wuU as amliW tho I'lalniS. The pqtnuilwsion notllled parties to-day who desired a hearing to file an application with ,tho clerk Hovera.' hi .plications were mntlo to-day for porniltwldn to have testi...

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. — 3 May 1871

ghiorfiiUc Mttklg Chronicle, y&Wsuivn, gtuS a, l67l. 4 RULB & BICKS, Publishers, tfumbcr 10 JfnrAet JVaer, m Hide. TERMS OF HCBSntllHOS. in inv. Ann Trir..WiiMMK- . tsoo On opi f i months, - - 1 00 Ten topits, ont yar, - 18 0 Twenty epie. one ycar,.....-.-.- SO 00 KNOXVILL15, WEDNESDAY, MAY 3. OUB SCHOOLS. Wo invito tho enrnest attention of every ono of our render to tho communication unWlshed in another column" Ono of Very Many." AVc know nothing of the facts stated, except from information, but tho Biihject is ono of Hitch deep interest to our pcoplo that we hope the proper au thorities will lose no timo in giving the public full and cxpllcltlnformntion on this auhject. J t is a question that rises above all political considerations and comes right home to the hearthstone of every citizen. If wo want schools sucessfully inaugurat ed niul conducted, wo must banish front them, not only everything political, but everything sectarian. . iv g- ' ' OUR PRESIDENT. Nothing goes fu...

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. — 3 May 1871

lnobillc WM$ tfferomdt, SMamcstouj, gteff 3, 5 Sttaxvttte Sfttofcly $Iiftmwk "WEDNESDAY . "SI ATX 1871. ' hit.cuikx coimem. Of tho CnaoNict.it mailed frco to nay addrcw on p I Mention. Jnran County. At an election rocontly'ltold in this county it vi'as decided by n majority of CO volos that tho county ito should be fixed nt Hnrrison instead of Ooltown.h. : , New .Store. Mcisrj. Mason & HnmbriRht, opposite tho Lamar Houso, have juit opened n now stock of dcslrablo goods,, which they oiler nt. tho lowest prices. JfciT Torll Tribune. All who wish to join tho club for tho Now York "Weekly Tribune, should crdlattho Jlook- Btoro of 0. 11. Smith & Co., nt once. Tho club' is nearly full. iv-8dwtf. Quorum1' Court. This Court'mct yostqsday, His Honor J idgo C. "W. Jones prosidintr. Tho business transn.t- ed was of nrntlnp nntifro und of, np general interest. Tho Court incotd again this morning. ... , Wlu-iit. . A gentleman wliolms bec'tt traveling through tho country reports the wheat...

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. — 3 May 1871

iKilcmm.nl li.iiRiy.,jy.., , Kc:il.i:.s2if . Il,OOr , JQpsOir & flAILEY'S 3ViKttNJSDAYi..i.-.fi. . - SLAY fi, 11371.' e J:iltHi.e tf fill OJ 1 "J' L-1UI ' .ll'llfll' REALE8TAT''C0LUN Iry CJooilsV &c. .r i. .':, Y!r" ' ltined'lono'lirtngiU .-, ,,' t, .,. . ,, ,. ' - . , . ,, . . . , m,,. r' ' co'iuit Ju our'N'whv'UlO, tUld' MeiiYpliTfS it-j '..- 0lWVlj U Jjj ' i&Ml ' rfk ..! fi -1 :il0 -OF A..itr.j .... says Hint nboilt toil ilnyB feinot, the tllnfi' of J David BlmcHbrt, px-U6rilr of VfuilMov eoimtj-f''At'IJrcSiieK, In tills Btati1; vas iirtho desk nbstrafted, nnd othtrS bKi-hcll OfllTfc ' 13 A P"W A rfLTCCJ "on thp llphr. Hiisiilclon nttai-hcd tf"VVil- J,VJMl-' i -ffa..VSTXrO linm arid lid. Johnson, colbrod. Thij'lat-' tcr was arrested ahd conllncd In jitil, vhilo.l ins brother JJilt made his escape,, and sunt word back from rndueah, Ivy., that lie had a list of kuklux In tho county, which he had found in the desk, and would send a regiment of colored troops there to- sq...

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. — 3 May 1871

01)1) FKLLOWS' H.VIiLY. aiivuniuon or ili rilty.Secoiiil Aimlvor Nary nt London. " THIS DAY WK CELEIIHATI I08tonliiv lilornlni' nt, mi unrlif Imm. I - O ... . . . . I I IV LI I , 1 Jiuiuuui ui uur cihzuiih toko lroin tlieir ninth. Nltimbcrs in h In ..,, n,,wU attend tlio Odd Fellows' celebration nt Loutlon, coiimiemorntiiur the llftv-ficeond ftumversnrv of tlw Inimilnniimi t uricr m this country, -uiiBiy mucus were mmie and breakfast Hoon uifpaioiicu, wiion those belonging to it.., f.. - ., i ii i . I the Order wended tlieir way to tho Lodge room, wlillo the ladles and others not xncmborn went to the depot lo tako the npeciai train provided for the occasion. MAUCir TO TUB IiHPOT. By fc'even o'clock a largo majority of iho nittinbcra of both lodges hnd nsseinbled and were formed in the order of juniority, and, preceded by thJ Icchanics! Cornet isi.no, inarencu hi procession to the depot, lion ud VoQ L ,rflcurea ticUel9 ami uiusu wno nun did so nlld took the! The engine was tastefullv...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 3 May 1871

Ihrftllc Witchh) Cljronirlc, i)nc$b $tn 187L . . Stale Items. SwcctwnturwIU lmvo a Saving's Infitl tutlon on the 1st of May. The Paris Intclllrciiecr of the 20th gives u Huttcring account of the wheat crop In that region. Tho lice mivk (hero i more irrass and clo- ver in Haywood county tills senon than ever before planted. The Memphis Atwcalof the tOth tnulnts pretty strongly towards the repudiation of the biate ucut. Tho Clarksvlllo Hoard of Trade last week determined to hold a Tobacco Fnlr at that place on the 11th of July. Over S3, 000 of premiums will bo offered. The apple crop throughout Middle- Ten nessee tlie present year it is said will lie verv btnall. owlnc as somo say to the large yield the nasi two years, and others !ay, to the trees taking second growth last year. A young man named John Hutching, who resided near llnrtevlllc, Trousdale county, was found dead in tho road a few days since, having been killed by somo one with a wagon rtnndnrd, which was found near by. In s...

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. — 10 May 1871

& U y ,7. r na vol. ii. IflfT" innilT flfTi m-n-r-r run I i I - ' ' " Answer to Coi'ri'Koiiilrii(K. NO. XI.W weliad expected to give as otir East Tonnc-sco article for this number "of our w cekiy tin article from a prominent geo .logical gentleman now in our State, but through somo.misuiiderstandingithas uot como to hand in time, and We had no no ticc of the failure until too late to prcpar one. This is oilrexcuso for not givingone in regular course. Instead, we have a few letters to answer which we will do through our paper, as the answermay be of interest to others than those inquiring. A correspondent writes us as follows : Uinqiiamtox, N.:Y., Mny 4th, 1871 Messrs. llulo. ,t- llielis : Gkntlkmex Mysolf mid several of my friend havo ilccidml to Icnve this place to settle i some part South. Hnvo iot yet concluded wncrc. v 111 you picaso iniorm mo want is Un "urrcnt rate of wnges paid to eawyers, carpeii tort nnd macliinists in Ivnoxvillo or vicinity. and is such labor in demand...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 10 May 1871

gtrosbilk mUxhr (Cymric, OTriircstma, SJ'a Iff, 1871 SPECIAL SUf I CE. Ileal Kxtatc. DriigN and Medicines. Medical. 2. NVKDNESDAY JfAY 10, 1871. PAKM AJSX 1103X13. Tlic Tlioronglt-ljrcd Hoie. The DutchcM Ihrmcr, in nil nrtlelo on the thorough-bred horse, very tersely shows up liis points of superiority as fol lows : 1. They nre more intelligent, possessing more brnln nml nervous mutter. 2. They nre, from their intelligence, more tractable and kind in their disposi tion and temper. 3. They arc less liable to disease, from a (superior organization. 4. They nre more elegant in carriage nnd appearance. 0. They arc superior in action. 0. They live to a much greater age, maintaining their usefulness. 7. They endure the viclsltudcs of heat and cold better. 8. They arc superior in llectncss, dura bility, bravery and breathing powers. 9. "They always have and always will command a higher price in the market than any other breed. If you will examine- the thorough-bred you will, on investigati...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 10 May 1871

Jlnovbillc Mcchfi Cbvrmiclc, Mctmcstmii, 3tM Iff, 18-71. 3 Sewing .Machines. THE WEED Father Fiiincgnn's Itr-pl)'. Mmsrts. Einoits: After pcruning tlie Inst communication of "Onu of Very many," who, uy inu way, nas not ino mor al courngo to como out in propria persona, my llrst Impulse- wiih to trcnt tho whole tiling with silent contempt. I had fondly Imnnlncd that tho present controversy would bo carried through in a falrnnd hon est manner, without anncalintr to Protes tant prejudices, and without lnaUlnrx false Htatemcnts. I will endeavor this time to show my friend that I have not forgotten my Ionic. I again demand a portion of the school fund, not indeed, as tho writer Himnoscs. to be controlled bv myself, nor to support a sectarian school, nor yet to establish n princl nlo destructive of the common school. Some, who would restrain tho State to the fewest anil necessary functions of eovcrn- ment. deny tho State has any riuht to tax citizens for the schooling moro than for tho cl...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 10 May 1871

lnobil(c &1ccM& (bvomclc, iWrtmestiaj), l&aJJ, Ixr, 1871. Sbc clclccIIi Cbvovattc, RULE & RICKS, Publishers, Niifnbcr 10 Market Place, llatt Side. nntjis or suiinckiitiox. 'Ono copy, onoyenr,. , $4 00 Ono oopri fix month 1 w TVn ,rtni. ftnfl venr W Twenty cojiIm, one jonr, r. 30 00 KXOXVILLK, WEDNESDAY, MAY 10. The impression prevails in well inform ed circles, that if circuinstauces justify it, tho hcxt session of Congress will abolish all internal revenue taxes except upon spirits ami tobacco, repeal tho Income tax and abolish the duty on tea, coffee, salt, and perhaps coal. The Southern Clalni9 Commissioners In order to ascertain correctly the loyalty of Southern Claimants will send to every Government official in the South a list of claimants nnd witnesses to prove their loyalty and ask them to report upon all casts where parties arc attempting to im pose upon the Government. - BitiCK Pojiekoy, after disgusting the decent people of this whole country by re tailin...

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