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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 24 May 1871

TTtTttJt T ... - - v Nr v - v w V Ny y r . . .... I ' I 1 V I I I J" .1d (J (1 ) . . i .....i phcrfyhjiifo fycns on tho)'urniraii War. aou.-tJ'lilU Slisrldiui nrrlvetl in New Yiork,byiflteamer from Huropo, on the lOlli .Iuh),! AJCcw York Timed reporter, -who Jnturviewvd him, hny : m iiojt .ml: cny uwiig in nay who JlglitH best. They nro nil good solilicrn. But there in ti wonderful iliflereiicoin tlielr respective, iicculittrltics. Tho (Jerlnnna nrQitromondco,UHly stubborn and stand lire inJ - ...Alt f ).,.,.. riii. l.v.,l, .,.... Xtul.pf naplM" UlociuupuiL'iin tncro were not,'cpnlaiabl to. .hosp of our lato wnr. 'fliclr country is im old one. It has been foot, for warlike operations. It is all I known. The roads arc older and better j pian ours. The territory is more thickly Donulatcd, nnu uio unuio-nciUB in uioser eqntfKilitjv Tlipir base pf supplies nnd oh- Jealvc pom&nre pi eaaicr.rungc. jjcsiuca, tftcy.naVe made war ft pclenco for centu ries. Military schools abound. The so...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 24 May 1871

MUNSON , & BAILEY'S ADDITIONAL- LIST or fropnitfit"MIir "MSywiiwNy (!Lj)r.omtIc Supplement. KNOXVILLK, TUNN., May Utlli. 1871. .Tonncssco Land .Register. Wh hnvo decided to defer tho publica tion of tho second number of our Land TtKi8TER for 1871, until about tho llrst of , . . . 1.1 .1 11 ...111 l. ...... I I,. JUly UCXl, M, WHICH WHO II. m m:iiv I , -v , i n. ...... rr , .i.iii will trlvc uh an opportunity to prepare a ...!. i,ilo n.ll(l.n limn wn conlil have HlllV.l .H.ll.-. ....... .. . done during tho busy spring season, ami wo shall spare no pains nstomnko our next number well-worth two nrdlnnry ones.., j rJinglo copies of our new Land TU:- j ISTKU will bo sent to any address on re- , ccipt'of twenty-llyo cenls, and those wish-1 irig to invcit,'or settle in East Tennessee, will Audit to their ml vantage to send for' it. i Our JjAKD Hkoistku for January will, iu tho mean time, be found very Interest- , lug to thoso wishing to Inform themselves j m ... 11 ..11 . :...! I tlll...

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. — 31 May 1871

v ID ifT I . MP mum i(fm Ararat PACTS ABOUT EAST TENNESSEE. XotcH About ourTmvntrainl CHIck. No. xxii. Wo give lis our article on East Tonnes ooJfi61ird,JiojSUuUulfciftrJij8 rrtAn Olllerent points in Kant Tennessee, showing the Bpirlt of improvement bchu dcYclopcdj -and tho.feeHngfj.wftlil Whi'cVu but-"people write on this nubject of emigration. "We Acnow many eectiond where the people are now fully aroused as' to the necessities of nio're population, and. We believe it wilt be manifested in a heartier welcome being -extended to.lmmlgranta. Our first letter bclMv is . from Athens,-a -point about 55 miles -west of HUb city. Rlcevillc is a few miles further west, both in a rich and fertile section : IMPROVEMENT -LKTTKIl FHOM ATHKNB. Evidently where tho spirit of iniprovu ment, liberality and enterprize is mani fested, those manifesting the same aro en titled to commendation and encourage ment. Tho public generally take an in terest in hearing of tho country being de veloped, villages ...

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. — 31 May 1871

$xwMk aatethig tymxxth, Mdmertrng, Ifag 31, 1671, 4 k J n - I V AgTlcHllMral ImplcmcHln, &c. Dry Geeti, &C l&alrii&Ue. 21 WEDNESDAY, ..... 5. MAY 01', 1871 The Treaty Katllicd. "Wasiiinciton. May 24. The Semite. ssyst winiiiuvuo cn-raiuii vf 1 Ullt lCvll 'hoursjTatiiiCtl tlKTtrcAtjrtfnVRsinRgloirar nbout eleven o'clock to-night, by 60 to 12, uuuiK iiiuu muru iiiuu mo requircu two thirds vote. Some twenty amendments uwuUHiit IIUH illU ircuiy was mil lied just as It caino from thu hands of the 1. r i. t . t . t ji . . " juKii juiubuuuiuiiHaiou, ji,uie iweivo nc' l-uuvo voujs, atxmt jinir are .Democratic The ofllclnl detailed result, It In said, will Via nifliln nli1l sy-v.a..... nnuiMi .11. w j.mw.iu iviuuiiuni WinCim U1B patches were sent to London to-night of nr 11. 1 Among Uioso who yesterday argued In opposition to the ratification of the. treaty were Messrs. Corbett, Cnsserly, Kolleyr u luurumu, wjiue .nicunm. Morton,. Cameron, and others spoke hi Its advo- CflCV....

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. — 31 May 1871

3 I tKA 13! 31 - tmiw. THE HOWE S e w i 3i g a c li i ii e . WJEDNBSDAV. ,., ...VAT hi. 187J, The Best" Jlrcfcd or Sheep. Ill anawcf td'ilio tlXiei-j'-fvhifcl Wa'si'thd indst riroiUobit) Weed, a .spcli'kor wvfd, Mint conshlorlnfr tl)e Vhri&l c6ndltlo'ua present ed in bur pliittntolpgy, Wrtnny ntau agricul ture1, no othr brqed "possessed so ninny of the requisite conditions as, the American Merinos, it belnjj'petiullafly fitted to 6icil py n very Wdq range of the desired poliits. In any breed, and conilng nearer (ounlver unl adaptabiuty tlian aiiy other. TheSaxon sheep may have a finer fibre, ftitd oVen tlio Silesian and tho Frcncli n larger frame and trrenlcr lensitU of wool, but for cbmnacthcsb of form, sound constitution, Btrength of nore, ana quantity or wool suitca to a variety of uses, our Imnrbved Merino 1b unappronchable. In" some parts, whero meats arc high, tho ISnglish breeds aro more nroflkiblo and nonulur. Tho Cota- woldfl appear to be preferred by some for their mut...

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. — 31 May 1871

- RULE, &.BICKS, IPnblishcrs, iiim&iM.JarJtcf I'ladcJJZat Aide), , . t f i tJ Y -s ' Pit H Ooocorr.c JohfcyW,'..... 2 00 Onoi.yj,Ms.months,..,...?...Jtv. j..--.rl 00 Tonc0pie!,.OD tJr,.....lMi. J?u.gi.'i......(. J..-.,;1-.!X) Twniiv conic?, oocjar,,--.. 30 00 ' i m i KNOXVILLE, WEDNESDAY, 31 AY 81. incv councils' of the TrcH and JRmld mart can't take It. ATE, asked" ycfetcrtlny from curlo.slty,lf Ex-Prcstdent Johnson had taken Vat landingham'A "New 'Departure." Wo are satisfied litfvf tic lias nbt, but Ktill clings to "My'polic'y." - :.rr n --.-,r . VALLANiaspnAM says ins "new uepar ture" may be embarrassing- to democrats, Avlin ramo over from the loval leagues be causa th'ey cpu$lht'gtny any longer, but It doesn't trpuulo'Jultu, prjhe straight jacKet They can geyrwlthout flrhiig fliiy old scores le(tibJihbarrint;7.vJ Wu need hardly Kiy this morning that 'wohbpo every frkud of Ihq Union dead, who sleep near pur city, will feel it'thclr duty to interest themselves. in tho sor...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 31 May 1871

Of tho Cimoxici.s mailed Xrco.tofanvlilrc8s on ! plication. J h, I ' j L j,j RATKH OF AIVj:KTlSI 1ST WKEKI.Y. Ten tines; orJcSl solj4,o(cotUulj6fianftg .a el 1 Square J 2 Squares ! .'1 Squares 1 4 Squares.,.).,, 5 Sauarcs 8 1 M. 3 50 S450 $ C 50 10 50 14 50 $ 0 0O J15 00 3 W 4 SO IS is on 0 00 9 00 U CO 14 00 8 60 11 W) 14 00 16 60 .S3 00 Hi 60 00 1 50 37 50 .T 00 QO MOO 23 00 12Squrc..4J moo oo ooTS no! no oo cenrii sera. - 3!l Ml &S W) To Bnsiliieas Men. Under the head of "Miscellaneous" in Mun son ii Bailey's lloal Eatnto column, it "will bo seen that, they ofR .to business itin.(no Oppor tunities Wr investment v20-dwlt. . ' '.Tiie ifoiirtn. , ' ', Ilis llonorOhnncollor Tcmplo i liojding tho Crfmlhul. Court, while JUdgo ,M. X. JJall pre sides over tho Chancery Court, In enuscs jn which JudWT'cmpto is incompetent. 1 , M--t TUrlvlujS'.'lliiiiiirs'i. , One hundred lttrid"lc-tntyirifrf6 persons stop ped' at tie AtUin Iohjo .during Jh'o 'imposition,, besides nilftrgc'numbcr ontcrt...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 31 May 1871

gttmrisHfc Mcchlm tytanvdtl tfxtmcslm& gteaf.M, EAST TENNESSEE NEWS. OUR OWN COKKESrOSDESTS. Trij to flnnilrlile S. S. ConrcnUoHi Editor OintoNicr.K.- On Satunlny Inst wi. i,n.i nintiipnAnrr-DfnttcntlinKaBabbatli School 'Convention at the" good toWit of Dnnurlugc. Vlicn we went, now wo trav eled, jina nt what time we got there' is known generally to the citizens of Dnn rtrlJgi' and to ourselves, titid wu ort'ofthd opinion thnt a nnimtipjof the trip would fail to intcrest.nny one except such as arc already actfua'lnted "with the Mtsf. It 18 sufllcleut to say thnt "wo were there Satur day morning, when" suddenly the glorious banner of our great .Republic emerged from tbo court house, followed by a long proces sion of shall we, say soldiers? yes, tol tllcrs. Not soldiers with sun-burrifvisages, llery cyo balls artd dusty Uniforms, being weighted down "with the w eapons of death and destruction, going to tile fleld of car1 iiage, to kill, destroy, conquer or die; but the tender face...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 31 May 1871

37 INDUSTRIAL EXP08ITI8Jf.T Inn, Jlilaj- ef ArticICH on Exhibition. The .Wfeio riVd iTijr"xwiTir "2 Aiicndnncc. zmiucitiic Ilnller the Jtf cchaulcH. Tnaternl Arrniiff.-ucHt. lu the liiffcrent Department; .' Njcch of F.x-lrcl4nl Johiiaon yinsT day! Yesterday morning, tho'si nu uiougn v i iy wMia clouds, yet tba inornW.heu tram djli11Ht'i U ihterrkU, tt&i a could Ht WllkDectedaMK-(lioM on.r- momon were vejy Jm, FIRSTTLOORr- Frontinir tho main nntronpA In (lin. raniMi r.r itoJiuilding4thaJfountinrwUicU.hatt.Lau.rft-l inousicu unci ccmciuea uv jir. jamcs Homer villo sino5HntfO-tbbcPfAir " j. no iouniAia u mo onu Ana kronen aptav residence. Another fountain ,of, fivo jots was runtime early In th'o forenoon, hnt xmutntan off to make room for the ball and spray, Inside tho railing, to tho edgo of tho bnsin, was sodded with turf nnd mosses, on which woro set tlnhUs and vft'os tr fl6woi-s, uniquo nnd ortlam'.tifaUj.l'onglng to Mrs. J. A. Ita bryrOrouch.&B.o.i.N.Eifler, nnd others. Th...

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. — 31 May 1871

8 only safeguard of national and indlvidunl right, Mr. Johnson took Ms sent. At tho conclusion of Mr. Johnson's ttddross, tho audienco rcnaircd to tho dininsr hnll hnd re freshment stands, and dispersed whoro thoir fancy led them. Owing to tho moving of tho , crowd up stairs, -Mr. Johnson epoko wall uilu culty, and shortly nftcr rcturned.to.tlio city. MACHINERY TESTED, 1 During the thrco days of tho' Exposition, lit, Hlxon. Master Mechanic of the East Tennesson' Virginia and Georgia Itnilroad, kept the foun lain snnniicu win water irom tuo snnnc. con vcved by hoso from tho railroad shop. Robert Wilds was also untlrinir in his efforts, kcenin up stcatn to pump the -water, tho supply or which was yell kept up, and for teting ma cnincry. In tho afternoon, Messrs. Hold & Jet I took their improved corn mill to tho engine hnd Round several bushels of corn to show the spec tators its Qualities, and wo arc clad to state that result was highly satisfactory. Tho capacity of nio macnino t-...

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. — 7 June 1871

4 y ii .1 ..'J . . -, It.. 1 ' V 4-l. VOL. II. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. JUNE 7, 1871. NO. id. FACTS AltOllT EAST TENNESSEE. Rotes' From IJltTercnt Counties Giving Interesting Facts. No. XXIII. "We continue to publiHh in this column, and as facta about East Tennessee, some -communications from our correspondents, .giving facta about the different counties of this division of tho State. Thcso letters arc doubly valuablo to our readers North, .as they give in a new for,m and from dif ferent and reliablesources, items and state ments corroborating those wo have repeat edly made, and giving additional and full er details. "Wo invito especial attention to the letter of "Yankee Smith," lately from New York, who writes truthfully tmd earnestly about" facts concerning which ho is evidently posted. Such let ters we consider very valuablo and would like to have more of them from every county. - Wo have made arrangements -with re liable correspondents in various parts of East;Tcnnessce to w...

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. — 7 June 1871

$tn0biilc ffifeehlg mwlc, WatM 3uw 7, 1871. THE DECORATION SERVICES. I'roccHNlon, AdilrcuNCH, Strewing Graven, &c. AN EMINENT SUCCESS. Tlie decoration services, yesterday, were In every son&o a complete success. The day was warm, but not as oppressively hot as last year. Thanks to the ladles and gentlemen on the several committees! the preparations were thorough, and the ar rangements so good that the programme puuiisnea yesieruny was merany carried out. THE PROCESSION. At precisely cloven o'clock the proces sion formed In front of the court house, under direction of Chief Marshal, Col. A. 8. Mariner, who, In this matter, as In eve rything else ho undertakes, worked zeal ously and constantly, dolnp many things not strictly In the line of his duties. Ho was ably assisted by Cols. J. M. Thorn burgh, Adrian Terry, MaJ. W. It. McBath and Capts. Ochs, Lewis and Elfler. Pre ceded by the Mechanics' Cornet Band, In full uniform and looking splendidly, the procession moved out, march...

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. — 7 June 1871

"WEDNESDAY JUNE 7, 1871. -A.ISr HOME. Trouble In tlio Orchard. I litive n small orchard, on slight cast ward (lecllvlly, In black, sandy lemni, clay aubsoil. planted nbout fourteen years, which has been cultivated In corn nearly every year until 1870, when I took posses sion, and sowed it in oats and clover. Most of the trees I pruned pretty heavily last season and this, they having previous ly been neglected. They fruit -well until just before maturity ; then the fruit specks, and falls oh until tho ground is covered with apples. Scarcely any of the fruit comes to perfection. A short time- after tho fruit 'begins to speck, the loaves begin to die, taking on what I suppose Is leaf blight. Tell mo, please, how to remedy tho defect. I never saw n curcullo, but to try the "chip traps" immediately In this orchard, as I have read a good deal about the curcullo sting. I wish to plant n young orchard this fall on tho snmo kind of soli as tho one spoken of above, and wish to know what you t...

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. — 7 June 1871

Kumbcr 10 Jnr.c iVrtcc, East Side. HI Mtiikms Ol Ono copy, one year Ono co)y, six montln,.. Ten copies, ono yenr,... 13 CO Twenty corles, one year. KNOXVILLE, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7. In his mechanics ?) speech' Inst Satur day, Andy Johnson said, "I thiink God thut I nm not a rebel, and still more that I am not n radical." Wc join in the thanks that a'tsn'dt'sa radical, bat still more that ho nud Ills friend Jell" Davis will talk: If they enn bo hired to keep at it, just let them name tho price. g "Vk wcro gratified to see so many cx Coufedcrato soldiers at tho decoration ser vices yesterday. "We trust the good will thus manifested may be carried into other demonstrations and the day not far dis tant when the animosities of tho past shall bo burled, and we shall live more as one people, having one aim and ono destiny. Mb. W. R. Muni'JiY of "Washington, writes a letter to the Chronicle of that city and suggests that the object of decoration day should not be alone to honor their memory, bu...

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. — 7 June 1871

nnyWlcj Mcjch) rpjupl. lcbuca urc ,frt 131. . , r yvednksday! may" 3f,'i87i. Ni'rciMr.jr copies Of tho CiinoxiCLK mulled fr'co to any addreJS.6n ap plication. KATES or AIVEKTIHIN1 IX WEtKIX Ten lines, or lets, tolid, to constituto a square.. '. fi o 1 Square..., 2 Saunrcs.. 3 1 60 8 3 f0 a oo J 4 5rt j o 6o n oo:ijj oo 1n M 10 M, 1T7 00 h do 11 ffl ."1 Pqunrcs....,.! 4 60 . 0 00 1150 21 60 37 50 M'OOt'SOOO 4 00 28 OO1 33 60 55 60 i squares.. 5 Squaru.. 12 Square.. 6 CO 11 60 14 001 7 50 14 00! HI H) 18 00 30 00 tH 001 00 00 . 73 001 W 00 "I'lel.l Croquet," Tho best and cheapest ever brought to Knox ville, for tnlo by 0. B, Smith & Co. 833.00, 623.00, Orrlmrd 82.1.00, 833.00. Giinn & French will sell you 50 Apple, CO Pcncb, 0 Pear, 0 Cherry and 2 Plum trees for 523.00. v31- d&wlt Jlnrrlol, On yesterday evening, May SOth, at tho resi dence of tho bride's father,, Peter Knott, Esq, by Rev. Mr. Lindsay, Mr, John Coopor nnd Miss Mary Knott, all of this county. Enxt Tcnnrmce, ...

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. — 7 June 1871

$tirobilfc Wftt&ty Cfenmicjc, Mctwt&im, IMJZ,.IBJL. 6 Rent Estate. Commission Mcrcliniits. DrugM and Slcdlclncn. Bakery. EAST TEXIVESSEE LAND AGENCY. CHARLES SEYMOUR, Real Estate Agent, Attorney at Law, Conveyancer and Commissioner of Seeds for Michigan Ohio, Georgia, etc., etc. Heal Estate or Every Description Bought, Sold, Exchanged, ItcuKd or Leased. cnts collected and taxe paid In all parts ct Un Tennessee. . Through active and responsible correspondents, I can are all business connected with Ileal Estate promptly nd faithfully attendod to In all parts of tho Unite tatcs. Abstracta of title carefully prepared, and Surveys superintended. ting, care and management of Ileal Estate iuad a speciality. Deeds, Mortgages and other papers relating to Real Estate promptly and carefully drawn, COMPLICATED TITLES INVESTI GATED AND PERFECTED. RuJ tho list given below of a few of the propcrtie Which I offer for sale. CITY LIST Valuable Lots for Stvlc. I offxr ronTT or mz Cboickst Lots...

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. — 7 June 1871

" ''Tiiif-M " Dcporntiou Services Held Yesterday nt nslnilie. Tho following oxirnct from tho mtilrcss of Hon. Horace. Mnynrml, delivered yes terday at Nashville, wo arc Buro will bo rend with Interest. It is classical, learned, appropriate and eloquent, juefc such nn ef fort as might bo expected from so learned a man ami distinguished an orator: There are certain things connected with human nilUirs which belong to no onoage; they aro never old, nor yet arc they new. They arc of all time. Such aro honors to the memory of tho dead. At tho close of tho lato war, our fallen soldiers lay scattered over tho hundreds of fields on which they fell. In obedlonco to.tho law, their remains were diligently sought out, and gathered into cemeteries convenient for locality and adorned with various taste. A common sentiment brought together their relatives and surviving comrades to offer tributes of respect in tho placo of graves. It profits not to inquire by what chancoa day was selected for this 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. — 7 June 1871

AWARDING OCR PREMIUMS. Tho Weekly Clironlclo I'nrivallctl In Clr dilution. A I.nrcr -ClrculHllou In Kunx Cnitnly O1n.11 nil lis I'oiilt'itipnrnrJri I'onililiiril. Aluillf. Illn lli'Mf. nt Inel ATnrnli ii'n nfl. govern, pionihnns (o (lie persons scnilinu; u iiiu inii-3L jisi, (u Buoscnuers to uiu Wkiikly Oakoxici.i:. The premiums of- fi'rril H'nrn Rfi lllinrnl. mwl 41m fmiAviniv so well mid favorably established lii the cuuut wnuruiis cuuors were uest Known na n IMll.lIn tm...il I... .... tlcrstood, that our canvassers have lnet wun unnrccouented success, ami our award, given below, will show that they have raised larger clubs than ever before nlccn to any ncwspajicr 2iublishcd In the We havo repeatedly stated that our "Weukly had a larger circulation In this county than any paper ever published, and wo again make the assertion. "Wo state, ioo, iuai wo iacK out, a lew copies or Jinv illl? OXI! Timi'SAVn WlTtrt.v Sniicnum ers in Knox County, nnd that wc have by faro, larger circulatio...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 14 June 1871

I'M, dtiJ 'Tk i II. KIII'I la 111 .. iti.l U VOL. II. gypXYILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. JUNE 1 14, 1871. no. n. THE HTJLE OF PARIS BROKEN. "Paris Is France" has been for a century tan axiom the world over, lis influence In Franco lias been overshadowing and its iilustcr lias always intimidated the provin ces. Hut the recent contest in that city uiust relieve the provinces from this great bugbear and the result must be very great .us to the future of that people. The struggle buween the Vcreallllstn and the Communists wits strictly one between .ljio Provinces and.Parls. TIicIksuc wn un mistakable and the 'pint was looked forca--gerly by those famllar with the long contest then for the llrst time fairly defined. The Communists havd been overcome and their overthrow will forever break the spell Paris has so long maintained. Here after in the att'ulrs of France the provinces will have a voice, and Its future is, there fore, more hopeful.' In this view new light is shed Upon tho future, ami 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. — 14 June 1871

JlnosbiKc iftlcrkb (tbnmtclc, Mcbncsban, mdc 1871. THAT (JORGKOTS WKDMMJ. How Democrats Prosper In Sew York. A few years ago, "William M. Tweed, now known as "Boss" Tweed,, the leader of the Democracy ofuw Yolk city and State, was a bankrupt cabinet maker. He worked diligently as n ward politician liv the great metropolis, nnd tlnally becamc ono of the leaders of Tammany. He Is now a member of the State Senate and .ontrolthoStnto-IegMature as well as the- mlUions of revenue of thegreat money center, 'of tilt coiltlne'nt. Ha. hhs mndo politics pay. He Is head center of that uqtorlouseinocEuJic ring, tho input .qor rupt'ln the world, 'and Is worth millions, all of which ho is vhnrged with, liavlug htuiide'red frdln tlii tax1 payers 6f tile city. At the recent wedding of his daughter, an .account of which Vtfgnve Sunday'. hU Ifc jiociates In political phmderlng made a dis ilav of their rapacity by costly presents. "We give a lit of a fpw ot them as we llnd In the Ttmt. The presents Ave...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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