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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 19 July 1871

, $nobillc Silwhlii (bnmicic, iiUbncsbim, JIn 1871. Itiiiuorctl Aloliilnu'iit Washington, July 11. AUcrniuu nnd Crcsswt'll nlono, of tlio oxcoutlvu, tiro lioro. It Is loosely Htntctl tlmt l'nrsoiiH, of' Ala bnnut, lias been appointed Assistant Attor ney General, with tlio "pcclnl view to ltu klux prosccutioiiB. "Washington, July 11 Double dally postal car service was ordered by the Post master General to-day on the routo be tween "Washington and Chattanooga, via .Lynchburg and JJrlstol. Tlio postal car Hcrvico will bo extonded through to Now Orleans as soon as tlio Alabama and Chat tanooga ltailroad resumes business. The Postmaster General lias declined to rcadvertiso routes awarded to accepted bid ders who havo failed to comply with their contracts. It is said Hint the Civil Services Commission lnivo run ngttlnst a constitutional snng, nnd lmvo ndjourncd until fll hoping Hint by tlmt tlmo the Prcsldont und Attonioy General inny ex tract it for them. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. LOOKOUT MOUN...

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. — 19 July 1871

kobiUe WitMst 0.rick, M'fbnesuaiyf $ulr mi Ijc Mtthln mticlc. RULE & RICKS, Publishers, Xumbcr 10 Market Place, Fast Side. ti:iijih of Ni!i!Hciiiiriox. One row, ono your J2 00 Ono cojiy, six months 1 oo Ten ceplef, ono yenr, Jfl jg Twenty copies, ono year 30 qq KNOXVILLK, WEDNKSDAY, JULY 10, WEKKLY Nl'HHlUT or NEWS. Forclicu. in franco arrests of tba Communists still continue. It is announced that thoy will nil bo tried together. There bat been a terrible loss of life from the explosion 01 a powder magazine at Vincennes A large number of men, wouioa and childron were killed and wounded. There are contradictory report of a riot at .Nice against the French authorities. mc narvesi in ninth-tcntus of France prom ise iu vv huuto tue average. From Spain wo learn that there was n stormy debatwon Cuba in the Cortes, on the 10th inst. A motion to ctnturo the Government cautvd great excitement. The remit was a general l uucurriiiLo in uie necessity 01 crushing tlio in surrccuon lormwiiu, ...

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 July 1871

WEDNESDAY,. ( JUIA' !S 1871. nit.cimi:n- cones "Oftho Ciieosiclf. mailed free to any address on ap Mention. 1'iUTr.s op aivi;ktisixg is ui:i;hi.t. Ten lints, or Im, 10IIJ, to constitute n square. S 4 & & H P 55 S 3 14 ft r- $ i m ism n to t e so 9 oo is oo 300 C 00 HM lOW 1CI0 27 00 i Z0 9M 11M KM aW 37M 6 00 11 M 14 00 1i 00 SO OO 00 7 ffl 14 CO 16 SO 2S 00 39 SO M SO IS 00 3000 tZ 00 CO 00 TS 00 50 00 1 Pquar 2 3qnarci 3 BquarM 4 fxjunrw 5 Fquaru 12Pjuarw, lllucrnl IK-soiircc. "Wo loam from a, gcntlemnn In altondtmco at tho Federal Court that the mineral rosourcct of Cumberland county are very rich and In fair prospect to he largely developed Chance of Time. From and after this date tho train for Mary villoon the Knoxvillo and Charleston Road will leave this city at 3 r. it., Inttcad of 2:40, as here tofore. liuproTlnc Mr. A. "V. Rose, of tho 14th district, hurst a ilood vcmcI In hie stomach, on the Hth inst., and for the pact two weeks ha been very ill. IIo is now much be...

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. — 19 July 1871

jtU0bUlc WW) ,f brmuclc, Mcbuba tln 19.lfi.71. WEDNESDAY JULY 10, 1871. THK NEW YOltK MOT. Tlio Orniigoinrii Shot from Wliulonft niul froiy Side Streets. Tho IIIbcrnlniiH Nncnr Vciiisemic. Just beforti tho Orange prtHie&jion formed, TlIltEE HUNDRED 1II1ILT.NIANS, all nrnied, with loud cheers look possession of Twenty-ninth street, immediately op posite tho police, who stood quietly facing for orders. When the orders camo tho street was cleared in two minutes. One detachment marched quickly down Twenty-ninth street towards tho Seventh ave nue, the two others, one up and one down Eighth avenue, and tho ll.'bernians disap peared. iVb shots were fired, but here and there the dull crack of a locust club showed that some unfortunate had found out (he thickness of hU skull. ARMS SEI.KO. The police seized 200 stand of arms at tho a r. t T r 11 . 1 1 1 1 . . 1 rooms oi reniau ii:ui, in amucicuuui mm Twenty-first avenue, and brought them to police hceadquartors. Tho mob did not wait to le...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 19 July 1871

D Trlbntc of Respect. Hall or TnnLKY Lotion, No. 27C 1 A. K. & A. V. sIasons, I MAYKAItDVILLK, TkXN., July H. 1871. At aealSed meeting of Btihl Lodge, ou tlio 33th day of July, 1871, tho Lodpo being du ly cnllcil to order by John F. HuddlcSton, r. . V . l'weeueu 10 explain alio object of tho nicctlne. wlilnii U'nu t show n tribute of our love nud respect for ... ,V B V rcverea urotiicr, Walter It. Evans, who lately, to-wlt. on tuo cm Hint., departed thin life, leaving to mount his departure, besides Ills family nnd relations, a largo brotherhood of tho -junsonic iraieruny, for lio was a jewel In that ancient and honorable order, beloved by all who know him ; and having been one of tho charter membctn In tho consti tution of this Lodge! and having for some time been an ofllccr In tho samo ; and hav ing uccii, ever muce us constitution, fre quently with us In our deliberations, pre siding over tho same with so much grace, dignity and precision, that ho is and has long been esteeme...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 19 July 1871

8 " " 1 HEivs-Bumy-atY.'' """ l'ineninilca nfo entiu-j 1'jorida by stcnin. Tho l'otlp slV(cu and Jnniiiicn cnblo is lost ngnm. It is said tlint Hfliiilioltn will leooh establish a new jWHinpur.i' r ' l ' f .vl An n(?ric-,JturUt in Illinois Inn ono hundred acres l'lai'.'icd in onions. Cmlot,'lr'cd Grant hai liton assigned to tho Fourt'.i itoglmcnt of Cavalry. . Pldtimorcfwltli a population ofia00,000hn3 cliurcli accommodations for 100,000. During life year ending Jtlno litl)t eight hun dred and seventy patunts linvo becti issued. Turtlo eggs nro SO cents per dozen in tho "Wil mington market. Ex-Gov. Hidden -will soon start n ncwipnpcr in Iicnvfinwortli, Kansas. Tho Kmporor Of China derives n revenue of 5W,UW,UUU iroin g(unimg iiuusw. Gen. Cnpron nnd pnrty wore to leave yester day for Japan. "Sew wort nt Vort "Wayne, Indiana, is worth $1.10 per hushol. Tho prosent harvest in Franco will fall bo low tho usual nvornce. 1'roSidcnt "VVooliO.v served President of Ynlo Collogo for a term of...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 26 July 1871

telle sfiiv CLi ro n ul c. YOL. II. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. JULY 20, 1871. NO. 17. FACTS ABOUT EAST TENNESSEE. Ilrnvar Crccli Valley. NO. XXX. In giving a description of Heaver Creek Valley, we do not do ho thinking it one of tho best or most deslrablo valleys of Last Tennessee, but because we think it a re presentative valley, that Is, not one of tho poorest nor one of Hie richest, but repre sotitlng the average of our numerous val leys. Between Clinch and llolston rivers lies an extent of country which, as is usual in East Tennessee, is divided by parallel ranges of ridges into long, narrow valleys. (It Is not necessary for tho purpose of this article to give tho geological formation of theso ridges and valleys.) They extend northeast and southwest. According to Homo circumstance of their formation theso ridges nre ilrst narrow and sharp, and tlieu wido and Hat by alternation. Com mencing atKnoxvlllo and going north west on tho Knoxvillo and Kentucky Bail- rod after leaving t...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 26 July 1871

WKDNESDAY, . . . ;'. . ,MUIjY 1 187?, Special Faiuiino. Mnny of the coni plnlntH mmlv that fanning docs not nay arc futmdetl on the fact that some partlcu lacxroj) hutj.ljco!i.ra!aod.to,tho. exclusion of otlicrn, niiii.n .railuro Das .resulted disas trously. u injxed farming tlK cannot uccur. j. bucccssiui iiumcr win ten you the eucrut or his huccchs). lie has always KonK'thhiL' to soli. In thd winter time he lias grain of all sorts, wool and mutton; in the spring, he litis eomo fat cattle or a fresh cow; some fat ealvesdurlnirsuminer, and at any time, If one bhould walit a horse, ho. will haVc ope to spare, having always a. colt tp put in its place. Thus money Is all the Jfniq dropping into his purse, and thoXiglr tho items may bosmall, tlio aggregate is considerable; while he has abundance for his domestic supply without Jiavlng to purehtlse. Contrast this with the hon raiser, the cotton jirower. the fruit culturist, and all others who limit themselves to a special product. They m...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 26 July 1871

I gino(rillc M'cthlir ODbrDniclt. ftMcbncstmn, lul.h&G, 1871. The Donth oftTndl.icolH. , fmnilJariyr fciiowirrtm avbtyiiodjn'tinMlio United Btittca tlurliiK -tho war ns "Tad" liincoliti of ihc' Wlilto'llbiisoj'ocouMcd ou Saturday at .Chicaeo. Durhiir Urn qc? eUliiuiey of the prcsldenllivl cliiilr by hln, fittlicr, Abnttimii Lincoln, "Tail" kc.it 'hc executive tnnnslon ivllvo,!WilH lila pi-iinkM stud fnntiwUc enterprise)!?. Tlic New York Tribune mij-h: In IiIh boyish years ho Mas idolized by botli lia mthcrniid mothdr, pelted hntl in dulged by his teachers, arid l'uwncd nrion nnd caroled by that noisoni liordo of .office-seekers which invested the nnte-rooniB of tlto White House. Ho had o much to do that lie felt llo could not waste Unlo In learning to spoil. 12arly In the morning you could hear his shrill pipe resounding through the dreary corridors of tho execu tive residence. The day pawed in u rapid succession of plots and commotions, arid when tho President laid down his wea...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 26 July 1871

RUIiE & IlICKS, Publlshora, Number 19 Market Place, Hast Side. TKRMN OF BPlWCnilTIoy. One copy, one rear, - 12 00 On copy, tlx month, 1 00 Xtn copies, one your, 16 50 Twentr copies, one year, 30 00 KNOXVIILE, WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, WEEKLY SUJIMAUY OF NEWS. iiojii:. During the past week no event of absorbing interest has transpired. A train was blown from n switch on tlio Loiliivillo and Nnshvillo road bv n storm, but fortunately no live were lost. Tho racing at Saratoga continue. The Democrats of Maryland havo nominated Win. Pinckncy Wliyto for Governor. Tho miner havo resumed work in California. An earth quake shock was felt In some of tlio Nrw Eng land S'atcs n tho 20th insL Tho Irish Catho lics of New York lipid n .meeting on tho 19th, in which Gov. HolTinan was severely denounced. Much violent feeling wits manifested. Thcra has been a storm off tho coast of New Pound land. A riot occurred on tho Erio ltailroad between somo Irish and German laborers in which a number wero Fcriou...

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 July 1871

WEDNESDAY,. ...... JULY 2(5, 1871. NrccinnN copies Ofthe CiiRovin.K dialled frra to any address an ap iltcation. IJIATI'.S or AUVrUTINIXCl IX WEDIHX Ten lints, or 1cm, solid, to constitute a ununrr. . a 4 a a tt i-l M ei S3 lfEftrc 8 1 M J3M 8 4 50 $ C 60 $ 9 00 $15 00 2 5iurcs 3 00 COO 8 60 10 SO 1G M 27 00 3fiqtinrS 4 60 9 00 11 M) 14 60 23 50 37 60 4 Pquare 6 00 11 60 14 00 IS 00 30 00 4S 00 5 Squaws 7 60 14 00 16 60 28 00 31 60 M 60 12Pqimr ,18 00 30 00 33 00 60 00 75 00 00 00 "Wecnll attention to tho advertisement of Mr. "Geo. W. lUchnrdson In another column, who desires a situation ns teacher in n country cchol. d&w It AdvcrtUlni;. As an evidence, of tho estimation In which our .columns, nro held as nn advertising medium, on yesterday wo received nn advertisement by tel egraph. Thero' "nothing liko it. AdmlnUtrntoi-H nnl CliinrdlmiN Will do well to read tho notice from Mr. Blonp, CItrk of tho" County Court, found in another column, and govern themselves accord ingly. ItCHl...

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. — 26 July 1871

$in0M!ljC tcthln d0mcl, Mtbnxsbitjr, $xtln &l, 1871. . . JULYi'O, 1871. vsuv.ii imhuliai. JEFFHKSOX DAVIS CIUCOJISTANCES.. The Ureal 31iui Descends to a Lower 'iSertli. A Saw Illustration f JUs Fondness for Fet UconfS l'roni tho Louisville Commercial of llio lJtli.l rcnelmto tliedlvlully bunposcd to liedgo about n kliijji and lu all probability huinan clay of tho coarsest mold will bo found. Tn vesta folllsli mediocre man with the attri luttcs of purity ami chivalry, and not all the devotion of the male or the Idolatry of the female sex will prevent him front mak Inglilmself odious. Place the-truly great man under a cloud, and Jio Avlll be even greater than iu the sunshine of fortune. Placo an insincere, selfish, ambitious man undor n cloud, and ho falls below tho contempt of those who admired him when in power. , , , Wo moralize thus as a preliminary b tho introduction of n clrcumstauco exem plifying these propositions. Jell'creon Davis, tho whilom President of tho Southern Con...

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 July 1871

The SotICt Coiility.StabJllilK Affnlr. A few" days since wo published upon In formation furnished what purported to bo tho fueU id it pUdibiiiK nflblr In Scvlcr county. Wo hnvo received thu folIowliiK coniinunicntlon giving another version of tlio ntliilr, to which wo cheerfully give place, disclaiming any intention to wrong any one : Vaui CJAitnittr, Tnxx., .Tulv 13th. 1S71. Missus. EniToits; I see In your Dally of tile 8th inst. an articlo headed "Serious stabbing ailrav." and as vour Informal! has cither iKiioiantlv or wiflullv nilsrcn resented tho ailUlr, X deslro to glvo what I know to bo n faotr J was an eyo witness to part of tho' affray ,'aitd liavo been in formed as to the rest of it. by at least dozen gentlemen who were proScnt and witnessed tllo wholo thiiitr. In tho first place therols a mistake as to tho time of day. Tho allray was in tho 'evening ami not in tho morning. Tho ar' ticlosays: "Itnnncars.from our inform ant's statement that Duggan was acting in a highly Ind...

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 July 1871

8 .tiii.i'.u.ni;it. It is midsummer, the sweet inMsumrni-, 1 oor dnllodil blossom I tvlint's thru to tl r thee iuii uiisi no part in its golden rJow mm"5' . 10 "looming whs long nro; 'J lion hnt no shnro in its si U will not wiik . -cr u.ow Vlii ..lootollfomicw. . oiulder fnto can tho Autumn bring Tlinn Summer does to it llower of Spring V It is midsummer, my l""0' midsummer 3Iv sorrowing lienrt! what's tlint to tlico? Its joys nro things tlint I cruinot slinrc 'Tis not for mo tlint its dnys nro fair ; Tor fiovu for mo wns nn April llower. AVhoso 1'cnuty wont with tlio passing hour. "What snddcr fnto can tlio Autumn bring Tlinn Summer docs to n ilowcr of Spring? Ak.nik 1). Oiir.KN, in Jlarper'a Magatmr August. br NEWS n .. xJT Jncotrs, n professor in r A-iollego for forty years, is dead. Tlio reception ot Minister & hRs been o tbo most flaUerngc-lrtU .l"S.C.ni,il- Hood U U t be In WfJ JliVWMIW"- Gen. Shcrmnn p-jnt ,,.. wU, c yi (Jl u Inn Inst week, at 'jrnngo, N. Y. -"coici bo v...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 2 August 1871

11! VOL. II. INOXVIXLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1S71. NO. 18. ran ifeai tm , . tw. i a FACTS ABOUT EAST THNKF.SSHK. A I.HU'i-I'iom IMic-KtoTi 11. NO. XXXI. Tho l'olluwhijj; luttcr from ur own cor respondentiuDuektown wlllglve the read er who la interested In such mntters, sonic idea of the immense wealth that hns boon, and Is yet to be developed in that locality : Any one on llrst visiting Ducklown would very naturally ask Where is the town and when arc the flic thounaml in habitant" Now the name "Ducktown" is not applied to a closely coin pact town nor to any town at all, as the name would imncuic. ii applies 10 uus wnoio minim; region comprising most or the "basin" mentioned neiore. tiio itninuitnnts are wonderfully scattered, owing lotholoca tion of the dlfl'erent mines. Tlie IIiwa seo mine was tho llrst opened nnd. as the result right arounil near it miners and la borers erected their dwellings; others from tho surrounding country moved hero minting ii a more Huecessiui piae...

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. — 2 August 1871

AVEDNKSDAY, . .7. . AUGUST 30, 18H. vaiui vivi i-ioano. I'rnrllcal Hints to Farmers. We give below n letter from ono of the Ic-ndlijs f ml most successful fanners In Hawkins i county, which contains .so much thnt Ih sensible- and valuable, that we com mend It to our rendcYsi. The writer says : The wheat crop of till county Is very light, The white wheat? except In a few instances, made nothing:. Its straw broke and could not be cradled. The red wheat Is making no yield, In some cases not over two or three bushels per acre. The result for some years past must satisfy the farm ers of East Tennessee" that wheat, as at present cultivated, does not pay ; that they had better turn their attention to slock this will pay; also, dairying, frujt, and many other kinds of farming that will yielti good returns. I dp not wish to be understood to say that we should not raise wheat, but that sowing 100 acre llelds in the careless way It has been done should stop. Let the farmer reduco the number of...

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. — 2 August 1871

iKi.yiriin: ix rn.rriAxnnc 'taa' xiiiIaw ymri 1H Evidence as tdTtlitiSlioollii. I'ollccinati Tally, of llio Citittuntm;ii foroo kllli'd, it Hum in)loyof nt tlio-Rtmuo UollliiKiVill wlilleunulor -lilh ellltrfcp tinil wlillo tnkinu him to , tllo 'lutlk-up, (in luht Hntimluy Uljlit. The ufpih' lun vuusvtl conslik'ial)lo feeling In that city. Wo glVc thu statement Of ono Of tin' Witnesses be fore tlio Coroner : A. J. Gri'Kfrtustlfluil: I was sUunlIng on Murket Btreot, between Sixth and Seventh Btreetf, and between Colburg's and l'ea body's Hlorcs, C'litittanooKii, Tohnewoe, about 10 or 11 o'clock, on the night of the 122d of July, 1871. I llrst noticed two men on the opposite hide of tho street, In front of tho l'resbyterlan Church. They llrat attracted my attention by loud talking. They seemed to have their hands on each other's shoulders, and wore Htandlnir in front of cacli other. I then saw one of them, a policeman, push the other back with IiIh hand and strike him three or four tim...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 2 August 1871

gtaKfailk Wittl$ tityrnxxtk, Witfoxtttomj, Qi$t 1871. &hc Witchfo bxankU. UTILE & RICKS, Publishers, Xnmbrr If) Market Place, Ilaxl Side. TKItMM OF Nl'IMl'KHTIOX. Ono copy, one year - $2 00 One copy, ilx month, 1 00 Ten conic, ono year, - 10 0 Twenty coplr. ono year SO 00 WKDNKSDAY, ..... AUflUST 2, 1871. wkkkijY summary of sews. iio.mi;. Tho Alabama ntitl Chnttnhooffiv liiiilroaJ tllf. hrultiea occupy must prcmiinenco mnoiig tlio ovcuts of liomu news Air tlio past wuok. lied loud's hostilo intentions nro contradicted,-' Minors' outriiRcs hnvo been renewed in Ca!i forniii. An express tniiil on tlio Mobile, nnd Ohio Itiiilrond litis been robbed of S'3).000. Hon. Tlioimis Hiirnemun of Mncun, Ueorgin, testified tbnt lio known notliinir of kiiklux or ionizations. An Indinn tight is rcjiortcd to Jmvp occurred in Amonn on tho 18th tilt. Tho Knoxvillo nnd Chnrlcston, Knoxvlllo find Ken tucky nnd Kogcravillo nnd jcflursonvilln Itnil ronds will bo sold nt nuction on tho 20th of Septe...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 2 August 1871

4 fhuttbillc Mtthlrt tyakk, W&thctfou$, ttpai IBZL AUGUST 2, 1871. Or Iho Ciiroxicm: mailed frco to any ndilrcs on np- llcntion. t,irr.s or .vivi:ktinixi ix wi:i:ki.y, Ten lino. Or less, solid, to constitute a rq'nnrc. S -o M T i-i ;4 O ? 1 Pqunro if l-fiO$ 3 Ml! & 4 fid $ (i wi$ n 00815 00 quarcs .1 no, . no. a &g 10 60 10 fU, 27 (10 '14 SO! Z C0h37 SO IS 00. 30 0OM5 Oil 3 PquarM 4 Square:;.:- '4 50 9 no: H bO U 01 1(1 60 0 0) 7 CO IS OOl li no n oo .K) U) ohciu.ircs.. 12 Squares.. 1!S 001 "0 fifti S.1 SO 23 Oili CO 00: 00 m 00 A Word to l'nrincrs. Wo invito nttcntion to tlio now advertisement if God. llrown, who offers to Ilio farmer of Kast Tonncsseo rare Inducements in his lino of business, .ludgo urown gives his own personal .attention totho operations of tlio establishment, -and. having nbundnnt ennitnl nnd cnlnre-cd busincss'cnpncity, ho is ennblcd to offer agrictil turnl roadhinery nnd seeds of ovory kind at 'lowest rates. His seeds aro purchased by the enr loau ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 2 August 1871

c AUOUST 80, 18711 4 :ir HIIElUiAS AT SAUATOtfA. A Talk Wth tlio Ui-iicnil or Uio United. States Army. Snrntoga correspondence of the X. X- Advertiser, Hub, "I see Parker lias resigned. " "Yes; we've hud so nuiny dishonest In dian eotmnlssioiiors that Congress resolved to stop the fraunds, mid they corked up tho Indian bureau ho tight that poor far leer hud nothing to do bill now and then sign his name, nud frnnk envelopes for the department." "They wiv ho it) rich?" "Not a bft of It," eaid tho gunural Indig nantly. "Parker lias never nindu one cent out ol his ofllce. His record Is pure as suo W.' "Your friends were a littlo di&suppointcd when you refused to have your liamo used presldentially," I remarked. "No, not my friends. They want me to stay where 1 am. Geneml ot tho army forilfols better than President for four years. Grant regrets that ho ever left the army now, and so do I, except that he has dono good work as president." "Do you think it policy to elect Grant again?" ...

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