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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 11 May 1870

" ' ' kA ' A VOL. I. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY, MAY II, 1S70. Llll 1 .1 A hi N .hixaxciioi.y occrttiiK.VGi:. Suicide ofii Well Known Cltlr.en. Kenson Assigned fur lliel'ntnl Step. I'ull I'nrllculnrH of the Unforf uiiiilo Amilr. On yesterday afternoon, Mr. Samuel Mc Carthy, an old citizen of Knoxvillo, died from the effects of a vial of laudanum, taken during a fit of despondency, nt a moment when frail human nature crushed by the- enros of life yielded to tho voice of the tempter nnd (sunder ed tho tics that hind mortals to enrth. HIS ANTECEDENTS. Taounfortunnto gentleman who committed the rash net, which left liin wifo ft widow and hls.childrcn orphan, ws well known to this community, and considcred by lili fricridu us possessing extensive information on most sub jects, and many years ago was tho acknowledg ed leader of the working men ofthU city, being chosen to preside at their meeting and as thocx ponent of their particular iviowkt THK I1KOIKINO OF TUK JiXD. On Friday night, M...

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. — 11 May 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE, WEDNESDAY, MAY 11, 1870. THE EAST TENNESSEE UNIVERSITY. If wo thought we could Iiavo any Influ ence with the members of tho General Ah- Bembly, to convene next week in Nnxh vine, to hold an tuljourneu BeBSlon, we would plcitd earnestly. In behalf of what we conceive to be Justice, duo to the time- honored University In our midft. If not on account of ltfl present honored Presl dent and efficient Faculty, at leant because of it creditable pwt history, It doacrvc Home consideration in lt prtf-ent oxtro ralty. By an Act of tho last General Af-wmbly, the University was given Jho Agricultural fund, duo tho Stato from tho muulllcent doiiatlon for school purpose's; nindo by the Congress of tho United State. That act, If it hod any forco and effect -whatever, amounted to a contract between tho Uni versity nnd. tho State. Byita provision tho University was required to do certain things : among others, to own landft of a certain value ; to provido accommodations fo...

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. — 11 May 1870

..ax. . WASHINGTON LETTER. C-jrresppondcncc of the Knowillc Chronicle. I Wasiiinoton,-D. O., April SOtli, 1870. Through thu kindness of thb publishers of tlio Cukoniclk, I nm In receipt of the first thrco numbers or your excellent lmpcr. The- Cimo.vi t,XE is a first-clitss paper in every particular, nnd should rcceivo tho earnest support of every Re publican. The publication of such an able ad vocate of republicanism in East Tennessee cim oot but prove n powerful auxiliary to our cause, since tho purchuso of tho old Whig by tho rebel-democracy, tho want of a staunch republican paper in Knoxvlllo has been Very tensitively felt. Tho CiiuoMCLE fully supplies the want, and I hopo it will be liberally patronized, nnd that you will receive (sufficient encouragement to warrant you in the publication of n dally edition. If we can only succeed in keeping tho peoplo educated up to tho living ifsue? of tho day which is best accomplished by the liberal circu lation of hound newspaper literature...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 11 May 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE, AVEDNESDAY, MAY 11, 1H70. wxviiU $uhhj tftmmth. 3? TtTJXJXd TAKWATEIi, PUBLISHERS. OFFICE: BHOWNLOW'SOLD STAND, lUilrnnci' on A' STIIKKT, llnsl Nhlci Between Muiu and -Hill strccU. TKKJIS Or NUItNtiKIPTIOX. One coiy, one year, . Ouo copy, tlx months Ten copies, one year,. Twenty copies, ono ymr,.... 1 ifty copies, one year, , tl CO , 1 00 , 17 fiO ,30 00 , SI CO "WEDNESDAY, MAY 11, 1870. .WHAT IS COMING! Several of the most prominent and iictive of the Democracy of East Tennessee were in Nashville in consultation lust week. What Is to lid flic result of this caucus? Arc the Chancery Divisions and Judicial Circuits to.be, changeilffio lis to "insure the election of some of the faithful? Have they mapped out the partisan work for tiio coming session? Art' Wo to have war lo the knife? TENNESSEE RIVER IMPROVEMENT. We learned frohi Gen. Wilder and Col. Gow, of Chattanooga, who- passed down the road yesterday,' that the committee of the House would report in la...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 11 May 1870

KNOWILLh WEKItlA CHUONK LK. WKDNKSim , MAY 11, H70. WEDNESDAY MAY 11, 1870. Al)Vi:ilTISIX4 11ATKN. Ten lines, or less, Nonpareil) to constitute a square. t square, 1 Insertion . $1 00 1 equnrc, 1 month 2 00 1 square, 3 months, 5 00 Bnsincn Curds, 2 tiunrcs, per year 20 00 column, 3 month;, 10 00 Vi column, ti month? - 18 00 l column, one year, ... - rio 00 J'i column, 3 months, .- ........'. IS 00 Yt column, 0 month 25 oo 14 column, ono year V 00 1 column, 3 month? 25 00 1 column, 6 month;, 53 00 1 column, ono year, , v,'. SO 00 Notices In Local Column, Ten Cent per line. Terms for announcing candidate?, 810. Marriage and death inserted free. All bills duo upon first Insertion. Thoso Of regular advertisers to bo rendered monthly. npucisxkx corn: Of tho CiinttNlCLr. Mailed free to uny :iddrc. on ap plication. Tlic Itnlly Cliroiilrlo, " ' ' For ciilo :it thojoflice' mill at tlio book stores, at live cents n copy.' 'l reulnr. Circulars printed cheap nnd in the best style, nt the CintoN...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 11 May 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE, WEDNESDAY, MAY 11, 1870. FARM AND HOME. Pruning The Apple Tree. Various opinions have boon entertained m to tho tlmo tind extent of the operation. Some good cultivators almost entirely omit pruning others simply from neg lect whilcniany farmera prune too severe ly, uslug an nxe or saw on large limbs, Thcce extremes Bhould bo avoided, and a moderate judicious pruning every year will bo useful In giving tho treo tho right form, and giving tho lrult tho benefit of tho sun and air, and removing limba which cross each other, or will soon do ho. As to tho season, wo all like to use tho pruning knife In the spring, say In March. April or May. This wc may do on small limbs; wo mean very small ones. Hut If wo,V)ruuo at that time the limbs, we shall find an oozing of sap, black stem and de caying stump, but If the pruning is done during tho latter part of February or the month of March, or in July or August, no such bad result will followi Tho writer would avoid mi...

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. — 11 May 1870

1 --V AJJDHEW JOHNSON AT HOME. Ex-President Andrew JohiiHon In nt lost qiiictly ensconced lu his homo in Green ville, Tcnnewtcc. Wo have no dcslro to in vade the privacy of the home clrclo to grat fy tho curloMity of the public, but there has been bo much connected with tho remark able career of Mr. Johnson who hns been, perlmpn, more prominently before tho American people for the past twenty years than any other man that is calculated to keep active, tho lutcrestfl of (ho masscn, that we publish very willingly a few facta con nected with his retirement, which wo gather from a conversation with a friend and neighbor. It is, perhaps, no pocrct to most well-informed persons that Mr. Johnson, during his long service in public life, succeeded in paving a fair share from his salaries. He is now in very easy circumstances and, in fact, in his section, might well bo called a wealthy man. Ills business capacity ficonm to bo above tho average of public mcn,""for in his investments and busine...

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. — 11 May 1870

KXOXVrLIiE WEEKLY CHRONICLE, WEDNESDAY, MAY 11, 1870. W1IKX I AM 1)1,11, V)ie)i 1 i'un oldandj). Iran e-n, -I Will Ily tweet riiftrmtv rMT tn noon ' Ami iioon UmnJ, fervid, enrnestllght Re shaded In the solemn nfiHVt Till like a story well mghtSld , . Will eem my life when Intu old 1 When I jim oM.jliifl'lirtcr.y earth Will lose for mo ita voice of mirtji The streams will havo nn undertime. Of sadness apt by rigju their own, And spring s swccl t6wpf In vain unfold In rosy charms wheh 1 am old I When T am old I shall not eare v To deck with flowers my faded hair) Twill bo no vain desire of mlno In rich nnd costly dress to thine i ilriglit jewels nnd tho brightest gold Will charm mo not when 1 am old hen T Am old. mv friends will be Id ami Infirm, nm'l bowed, like mc! or ciso their notiics ncaui mo boo. Their spirits dwelling safe with God t The old Church bell will long have tolled Above the rest when I am old. When I am old, I'd rather bend Thus cad o'er each departed friend, Than B...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 18 May 1870

YOIr. I. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY, MAY 18, 1870. NO. 7. EDITORIAL CORRESPONDENCE. Washinhton, D. C, Mtiy 12, 1870. In company with Capt. Jacques uml Dr. Fearnc, wo loft Knoxvlllo on Tuesday, partly with a view of visiting the East on business, ami partly for recreation. The only thing which wo noted through East Tennessee; was the promising fields of wheat and clover. Never has the prospects for a bountiful crop of these two staplo products been better. At Rogersville Junction wo had a splendid dinner, for which wo paid ono dollar. Col. Young, the very prince of clever fellows, had charge of jur train, and was, fts usual, at tentive to the comfort and convenience of passengers. Wo had tho pleasure of meet ing with Col. I. R. Hawkins, Representa tive in Congrecs from tho Seventh District of our State, and found him a pleasant and genial traveling companion. Rain commenced falling before we ar rived at Jonesboro, and continued until we reached Washington. Through the moun tains of ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 18 May 1870

THE McFARLAJW CASE Mrs. ItlchardNon'N Story. Nnw YoifK?Iiiy 10. The Tribune will print a- statement of Mr.. Albert V. luchardson, written not, she says, for lier own vindication, but for snkooftlie noble men mid women who havotood by her through nil rovillngs. often without explanation from her, mm nlwnyH In full faith who was cruelly wronged, nnd for his sake, who lost his life In her bchnlf. Mrs. Richardson says who married Daniel McFarland in 18-37,-ho representing himself nt the time to be a member of the bar at Madison. "Wisconsin, with n liourshing practico, brilliant politi cal prospects nnd personal property to the amount ' of 820,000 to $30,000. He also -professed to bo of temperate habits, the purest morals, and previous to the ninr ringo appeared neither intemperate nor brutal. During the bridal tour he bor rowed money to get back to the "West. In New York lie kept her three or four weeks, and then taking all the jewelry she had to (lie pawnbroker's to pay the board bill,...

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. — 18 May 1870

Letter from (Jreeneville. GiiEENKvtLtK, TkKn., 3Itiy 8tli, 1870. Editors Chronicle : In common with nil truo Bopubllcnno; in linst Tennessee, wo of Orceno villo rejoice tlint you Imvo succeeded? in cstnb Jishing a llrst-clnta Republican Dally id Knox ville. Knoxvillo being tho commercial metrop olis of East Tennessee, tho Importance of having a central organ nt that point has been long con ceded ; aid now that wo hnvo such n newspaper, it h the duty of tho people- to give it a support which will justify tlio proprietor in making it oa-j of tho heft papers in the State; After rend ing tho partisan slang which comprises tho great er portion of the editorials In tho Whig uni I'rr a ild Herald, it is ft real pleasure to rnf to take up the Chcomci.k, and read it solid, trutliful aid dispassionate urtlclos i and I hope and be liovo that it will uohtinue to treat political ques tions in n scneiblo and truthful liiunncr. leaving plftng to thoso who have no better defense for tho cause which...

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. — 18 May 1870

KNOXVILLK WEEKliY CimONICLDWYMAY 18, 1870. PUBLISHERS- 4 OFFICE: BROWNLOW'S OLD STAND, i:utrnncc on WAY .NTItEKT, l'MSi Nldr. Bctnccn Main and Hill etreoU. TKBJ1N Ol' NimfiORIPTIOIV'. One copy, one year.... Ono coi')'. sis months Ton copies, one year,... Twenty copies, one year,.. Fifty copies, ono year, : .; w do i.w-l 00 ,.4 17 50 ;.i 'M 00 G2 no WEDNESDAY,. . MAY 18, 1870. THE TRUSTEE ELECTION. "Wo publish elsowhoro tlic olllciul return of the election of Saturday for county Trustee the Twentieth District still to hear from. The vote for Mr. Myntitt was 1.841 ami for Mr. Boyd 1,052. The Republican vote for the name office last March was 2,2.50. The Democratic vote was 2,103. The falling oft in the Re publican vote is 415, while in the Demo cratlc vote it Is but 240. If we take the full Republican vote of the county as a test, the falling oifis still greater. The Press and Herald is welcome to all the comfort theso figures give it. THE HAILB0AD INVESTIGATION. Our snoeial disnatch ...

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. — 18 May 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY ('IIHONK'Lli, WEDNESDAY , MAY 81, 1870. WEDNESDAY, . MAY 18, 1870. AIVF.RTININ RATM.' Ten lint;, or lew, Nonpareil, to constitute, a square. 1 tquare, 1 insertion , , $1 00 I fcquaro, l tnonlh,,,,, , ., .....i 2 CO 1 wiuaro, .1 monthB, 5 00 Business Cards, 2 squares, per ear,. n. ...... 20 00 i column, 3 months 10 00 Ji column, 6 months 19 00 i column, ono year,... .. .to 00 If column, 3 months,...., 15 00 H column, G months 2 ou X column, ono year...... 4.5 00 1 column, 3 months , 2 00 1 column, 6 months, - 55 oo 1 column, ono year,.... .,. 80 00 Notices in Local Column, Ten Cents per line. Terms for announcing candidates, J10. Marriages and deaths inserted free. AH bills due upon first insertion. Thoe of regular advertisers to bo rendered monthly. HVKCIMKN C01Ii:S Of the Ciirrmcle Mailed free lb any address on plication. ap- Tornndo in Knoxvilli. Cumberland street was visited with u tornado yesterday, which did no damage. Tlint kind never do wo mean tho tornado th...

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. — 18 May 1870

KNOXVILLE "NVEEKLV CHRONICLE, WEDNESDAY, MAY 18, 1870. FARM AND 11 091 13. The Hoot Crop. Tho Utica Jlcrald myu'. The root crop has scarcely risen yet to tliu liupuriuiico of a staple product in this country. Our agri cultural societies recommend and foster tho cultivation of roots; our ngrlbultlirnl writers show the superior quantity of roots as for stock : our lending practical agricul turists vindicate the prolltnblcnesH of root raisttiR by practical and tangible results ; and still tho great body of out' fanners persist In their prejudice against the crop, or, at least, indfU'orcncc to it. This prejudice und indifference must, sooner or later, trivo way to more rational views. It is Well known that tho health of animals demands a mixed fomtt Hay U indeed for slock what bread It for man, the stalfof life : but as man cannot be con lined In limn.l nul .11..I .i lll.mit t ..lu .... I .1 v his svstom. neltberTaii domestic animals hjo restricted to hay and water wlthoutMin- ilnr inju...

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. — 18 May 1870

Urulscrs Maco Declared y inner at tuo Ena or tlio Tenth Round. Thiiitken Miles fuomNkw Orleans, May 10th, 1870. The Muco-AHcu excursion nmiounccd to leave at 4 a. m., got otr precisely nt that hour. A largo crowd wiw at the Jackson Railroad depot a.? early as 3 u. m., among whom were many prominent merchants, lawyciH, jphyfilclans, ex-officers of both ar mies from the grade of Ucncral down, and well known Hporting men from all partH of tlio country. Tho train consisted of nine passenger cars well lllled, probably 700 punjonH. of which about two-tlilrds were of the better claRS. Tho Chicago Base Ball Club was among the cxcmnlonlHtf. No Incident worthy of note occurred previous to the starting the crowd being very orderly. On reaching a point Cj miles from tho city the train stopped, und in an instant tho cars wero emptied, but all were or dered aboard, as tho spot was within the Metropolitan Police District. Tho train then proceeded to a point aboutthree miles above Kcnnervllle, St. ...

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. — 18 May 1870

KSOXVIHiK WjBEKI-iY. CHRONICU WEDNESDAY, MAY 18, 1870. TELEGRAPHIC SUMMARY. ) Motloy nnd Clarlridon. lirivc Algticd the naturalization treaty. . . j , St. I'KTKHHiiUno, "May 13. Runsla will forbid Apostolic Vlcare Irom entering I'q-, land. '-. - i . The riiHh for Arizona nilvcr minea from tho States and along the Rio Grande still continues. Tho Commerce Committee have agreed to a bill for tho Hurvey of the Rappahan nock river. Romi:, May 13. The Pope threatens ex treme measures ngaitiHt American Wallops who" quit their post. It is again asserted that tho President, ycildlng to the Louisiana delegation, will remove Collector Casey. Pjistii, May 13. Louis Kossuth protests against tho centralization tendencies of the present Administration. Gav. Bullock has not yet put in his ap pearance, in obedience to the summons from tho Judiciary Committee. Paiiih, May 13. All tho representatives of foreign powers have congratulated the Emperor on the ricblccmim vote. Floiienci:, May 13. Further a...

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. — 25 May 1870

YOL. I. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY, MAY 25, 1&70. r ft?) ..- i NO. 8. ' - EDITORIAL C0RBE8P0NDENCE. BlNUltAM HoUHK, PlIILADKI-lMII A, 1 Mn17tl; jg& . After tolling another day liiNcw York, the warmest of thqseasoiij wo took our de parture on the li o'clock train, and about three hours HUlUceil to plnco us within tho spacious limit) of the city of " brotherly Love." We nro being handsomely enter tained at tlio Blnghnm House, tho pleasant and quiet , quarterH of which present an agreeable contrast with tho jargon and con fusion met with in the great city from which we have j lift come. J ust an we were leaving Now York, wo met witli our old friend, Tllghman Haws, with his genial better-half, and were pleased to find them enjoying themselves so well. INlir.IT.NUKNCF. HAM. Our first impulso on rising from bed thin 1 morning, after a good night's rest sweeten ed by yesterday's labor, was to see Inde pendence Hall ; and immediately after an early breakfast we proceeded to gratify...

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. — 25 May 1870

KNOXVILLE WSSKIV CHRONICLE, WEDNESDAY, MAY iH, 1870. ZDITOEIAI. CORKESFOKPEHCE. Astou HoufiB, New Yonii, May 10. Hero wo nro la tlio great commercial .metropolis of tho nation, with Us. hide acrlhablo hub bub and confusion. An old traveler, who hna been" accustomed to bc holding tho " slghta " of the world, might essay to writo something about tho pecu llarltlcs of this city, but an nmatcur.whohns scarcely over wandered from tho hospitable walla of Ills paternal home, Is awe-struck with tllo bustle, confusion, gaiety, wenltli, poverty, misery, wickedness and depravity strangely mingled together within tho lim its Of this modem Babylon. Hero wo he hold an Immense army of beggars plying w their vocation upon every street, resorting to every means which tho ingenuity of man can invent to attract the attention of the multitude pas-jing by, and thus render ing their profession if tho term may bo allowed a success. And they, in many instances, do make it a success. With their assumed pove...

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. — 25 May 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE, WEDNESDAY, MAY 25, 1870. 3 LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. SPECIAL DISPATCHES. NASHVILLE. PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATURE. Thirty Ballots for Secretary of State. Howard within One of Election. i'ol. Jno. Baxter Asks for Investigation. Special Dispatch to tho Chronicle.) Nashvilm:, May 17. Sovoral now bills TN ADDITION TO THE ABOVE, AVE KEEP CONSTANTLY IN .STOCK A I full linn nf Cirnuu Clrnlna nnd nil mnnnnr nf Viirirt Rrwlu. nf thn linni. vnrtrlra. IMRVIV . IJAMOV. ii i li -r-w . v. v....,.,, u ,..... 1 : ' frll T ni IJ ViT , WT ,,ir,i i i.l fresh and pure. Wo raaKo a specialty oi i-utaiukb, antt Keep m storo n cnoicc w- m .i . in.-iiiu .luuiuuuA . xiuium; prisoner, uuui jiciMiriuiiu, is lection of till' VCry bCBt VarN were introduced, tho iiouso uniuireei ory to tho Cashier of the Deposit Hank of Knoxvllle, In reference to the assctts of tho Mineral Homo Railroad, was .referred to tho Judiciary Committee. Tho bill to restoro theold lines between White and Putnam cou...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 25 May 1870

KNOXVILIiK WEEKLY fctfE&NICLE, WEDNESDAY WA1 TTUXiliJ Ai TAKM'AXER, PUBLISHERS. OFFICE: BROWNLOW'S OLD STAND, Kutrniirc on AY HTRr.ET, Eont Hide, Between Main and t treats. TKHJIN OF NDIINVRirTIOX. 0n copy, one year $'- CO One copy, six month; . 1 00 Ten coptc;, one year,.... 1" 50 Twenty copies, one year,...,.. SO 00 Fifty copies, one year, 60 WEDNESDAY MAY 25, 1870. THE FRIENDS OF THE COLORED MAN. Ned Livingston, a respectable colored man of this place, well known by tho en tire community, whose character for ve racity la unquestioned, was discharged by his employer because he hud tho manli ness to vote his prineipleB in the lato Trustee's election. Colored voters will make a note of this for future reference. STATE TREASURER, We congratulate Dr. Will Morrow, our popular fellow-citizen, and the people of the State, upon his election to the respon sible position of Treasurer, ns shown by our Nashville special. Wc know of no man in the party, with which he is unfor fortuuatcly c...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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