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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 23 August 1871

Hhuwbillc Mwhljj dtjjnmitte, u&lcimcslmi), gutpst 3, 1871. 3 Sew Ail vert Isi'mviitN. Uriigs ami MciIIcIiion. Medical. i:av.h summary. From nil over tlio country tho word comes up, "It Is hot." - - Uullltl county, Kentucky, lm voted iigninst licensing whisky shops, A lady 1ms boon uppolntod Custom Houso In upector nt Xew Y Hurglnrlcs nro still (if frequent occurrence in Memphis. Senator Morton is to deliver til t address in SL Louis, on political issues. Tho National Touchers' Assoeiution will con vene in St. Louis on tlio 'Jiid int. There was a riot between whites arid colored men in Louisville on Saturday night. There are 40,000 head of cattlo in the neigh borhood of Chicago and no market lor them. Tho Tennessee I'res.t Association win enter tained in a royal way at Cincinnati. Tho nullenbnrcer sensation is still raging In Ohio. It makes a ilrst-rato newspaper item. The Virginia watering places seoni to bo meet ing with unprccodptitid succew tins season. A gushing youth, disap...

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. — 23 August 1871

$nmtillc SfiMtig (Styrmmlc, fflrtrnjesbaiy, August 23, 187). 4 Ijc MccMn Cbroniclc, RULE & RICKS, Publishers, dumber IS) JAr;c iVcc, Haul Side. TKItJIN OF HMBSCllIlTIoy. One copy, ono year. (2 00 Ono copy, tlx months 1 00 Ten copies, nno year......... 16 50 Twenty copier, one year, SO 00 WKDNKSDAY, AUGUST SI, 1871. HERKLY SDMMAItV OP 'KW8. HOME. Three cliililren were? burned up in n fire at Youngttown. Tho first bate of Carolina cotton has been rcceivod nnd fold for 25 cents per pound. Fivo bodies have been recovered and thirty remain in PittUm mines. An election to decide whether or not i convention shall be held for framing a now Constitution, will occur in "West Virginia on tho 23th instant. The coroner's inquest in tho Westficld boiler explosion caso reveals tho fearful fact thnt scarcely nny of tho engineers of Now York hnrbor aro competent. The founda tion of tho Scott monument wus lnid in Ccntrnl Park on tho 16th. Later advices from Pittston say seventeen dead have beon t...

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. — 23 August 1871

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2.1, 1871. Nri:ci.ni:x cuir.s Of tho Cituosici.K limited free to nny address on ai- Mention. at.vrrs or Anvr.itTisixo in wi:i:kiy. Ten Unci, or less, solid, to constitute a squnrc. 1 Squaro 2 Squares 3 Squares 4 Squares 5 Squares 12 Squares Preaching: nt Montvnlo. Hov. Jams. Park, pastor of tho First Presby terian Church, of tins city, preached nt Mont vnlo Springs on Sunday night. I'ciihIoii llimliicv. Two thousand four hundred vouchers were int through tho post otllco yestcrdny by tho Knoivillo Agency, to pensioners, for tho qithr terly pnj'mcnt commencing 4th September. County Clerk Klcclcd. At the sitting of Rlount county Quorum Court at Mnryvillo, on Monday, Thos. JJ. Eddingtnn was elected to tho offlco of County Court Clerk, in order to 1111 tho vacancy occasioned by tho death of 11. C. Tucker, former clerk. Ilovlviil Closed. Tho meeting which has been in progress nt Macedonia, a low miles from Knoxville, closed on Wednesday night. During its continunnco ther...

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. — 23 August 1871

giu0bUlc Wuh) (Stferanidc, ftMcUncsbajj, Jaujust S3, 1871. 0 AUGUST Si, 1871. Touching Incident Burial Sm-tIccs Con ducted nt thedrnyebyn Young Lady. From Iho Memphis Avalanche. Ill this city lives t poor family, the lath er of which Is n Catholic, while tho moth er Is ft Protcstnnt. Recently their daugh ter, ft beautiful child of flvoyeavft, sudden ly sickened and died. During Its sickness it was attended by ti physiclnu, who was accompanied on every visit by his daugh ter, ft girl of fifteen yean, who evinced thq greatest sollcitudo for tho little sulli-ren When death came with its cold ley grasp, this young lady was there, and with ten der hands closed tho innocent eyes and ar ranged tho form of tho babo who had been called home. The funeral took place tho next day, and, owing to the conilict of re ligious opinions botwocn tho parents, neither nrlcst nor minister was called in. The voting lady went to tho house of mourning, and, in company with thogrlef 8tri ;kcn parents, followe...

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. — 23 August 1871

Itnoitbillc vMttU) (tyxomtk, Mc&ncstmjt, August 23, 1871. MOUK JiEMOUUATIO KAPACITY. "Pirates" In Sow York Hay. The New York 2'ribune litis recently jglvcn Homo nttentlon to the plundering of ,I)r. Carnochan, the Health Oftlccr of the iport of Now York mi appointee of Oov. JIofl'man'H. The results of this investigation It gives iih follows : tiii: riHA'rr-s in this hay. Wo present this morning n complete ar ray of facts which convict Dr. Carnochan, Health Oillcer, of having uscil his power to the enrichment of himself ami the danmgo of tho commerce of this port. The general fact has long been patent to many whose invested Interests compelled them to tlence, but few of the details which wo present, with names of tho victim, dales of the robberies, and amounts of the plun der in full and without reservation, were known to others than the robbers and tho robbed. The results are startling and de pressing. Flvo hundred and odd vessels were driven from our port in a single year 1 y 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. — 23 August 1871

uabillc SMwMj) dtfenmielc, Mrtmxsimn, August 23, 187L ,n CUVIXNT.MKNT. )IY JOAIJUIX .MILLF.lt. "Ami 1 liuvo iiiitl, iintl I siiy It ever. As tho yi-nw go on niitl tlio world goes over, 'Tworo 'better to Ijo content mm clover In tending of cnttlo nnd tossing of clover, In tho prnzing of cattlo mul throwing of griun, Tlmti n strong man striving for fnmo or gain; Ho oven ns kino In tlio rcd;tip)cd clover, i'or they lie down nnd tlioir rests nro rosU, And tlio days nro theirs, como sun, como rnin, T5 lie, rio up, mid rcposo ngnin. (. Ho oven of clover with its own cuown of blos soms. Ever ns blossoms ero tho bloom is shed, Kissed by kino nnd tho brown sweet bee, l''or those hnvetho sun, nnd moon mid nir, And never n bit of the burden of enrc. And with nil of our curing what mora lmvo we? I would court content liko n lovor lonely, I would woo her, win hor, nnd wear her only. And never go over this whito tsoa-wnll 1'or gold or glory or might jtt nil," An Imliann. pnper refused lately to p...

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. — 30 August 1871

If VOL. II. KNOXVIIXE, TENN., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1871. NO. 22. 1 fj ABOUT EAST TENNESSEE, Answers to Correspondents and Facts about Morgan County. NC XXXV. We aro now receiving moro letters from persona looking to East Tonn. for homes, than for months past. "Wo nro satisfied tho efforts of tho Chiionicle to enlist nn interest in our section arc entirely success ful. Wo can not answer all our letters through tho paper, and If wo attempted to do so by mail, would find timo for nothing else. If our correspondents would mako their inquiries moro specific and to tho point, tvo could answer more of them. A MANUIVVCTUIUNG ENTEWItlSE. A correspondent from Trenton, New Jersey who furnishes us with tho best of references, writes to know of the prospects for manufacturing axes and edged tools at Knoxvlllc. Ho has no capital, but he has what is Worth more evidence of tho highest skill in hi3 trade Ho says that he Js the "original manufac turer of tho 'D. Simmons axe,' and enti tled to the cr...

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. — 30 August 1871

WEDNESDAY AUGUST GO, 1871. xvkai uVTiX home. THE WINTER BEF0BE.U8. Wo hnvo taken fcomo pains to.givo from tiny to day such reliable InfdrniritloirriS'wo could obtain, concerning the crops through out East Tennessee. The protracted drouth still existlng in most of our counties will mako our corn crop some less tbnu a half yield. The wheat crop we put down as less than a third crop. The oats crop Is not over a half yield, and tho late hay crop probably a very short one. These arc the liiitlu crops upon which our furmora rely and their failure will render us largely do pendent upon other sources of revenue for money for our current expenditures. There is still sx considerable quantity of bacon in tho country, left over from last year's crop, but tho market is now dull and no great money yield is likely to come from this source. There are a great many hogs in the country, and as the cholera has not yet mauo mucn ravage amongst tnem, the urosnects are that wo will hnvo nlontv of pork to ...

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. — 30 August 1871

gtnosbtHc jBhchlfl 0iutfc, Mcbncstmir, $upst SIS, 1S?L NEWS SUMMARY. Saratoga bonsts of n calf with tlx Ices mid two tails. The cholorn. ! reported inonoof tlio province of East I'rusin, A cno of Aslntlo cliolcrn is reported In Now lork on the 19th Inst. Tllo Tcnncsico Journalists woro warmly wel comed nt riiilixdolphla Inst Saturdny. . Tho prospect for tin nbumlnnt yield in tho sugar crop of Louisiana is encouraging. oo?hi n,u,?.bcr of deaths in Paris last week was &, including ono from cholera. . A full-riggcd saw mill passed down tho Ohio nvor tho other day, with steam up and nt work. Seventy hogsheads of tobacco wcro sold nt St. Louiijon Tuesday, for shipment to Ireland. Great Britain oxported to Iho United States last morith 287,100 tons of iron ore. Secretary Boutwoll refuses to refund incomo tax colloctcd from Stato officials. . Anothor ring in Now 'ork has a corner on gold. Uoutwoll is trying to "bear" them. .1 AdtrucJjvo ilro took place nt Loxington on tho 23d, on Broad...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 30 August 1871

ncrMIlc MtccMn mmlc, Mcbncsbajr, utjust 3Cf, 1871. 4 uTbc wllcchln (iikonirlc. RULE & RICKS, Publishers, Xuinbcr 10 Market J'htcc, JZast Side. n:n?is op simscitiPTiox. Ono copy, one year $2 00 Ono copy, tlx months, , , 1 CO Ten copies, one year, 10 60 Twenty copies, one ycnr,......M... JjSO 00 WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 80, 1871. WEEKLY SUMMARY OF NEWS. roitr.iuN. The subscription to the American loan in Lon don, to noon of the 22d, amounted to $50,000, 000. Tho cholera is Increasing at Kocnigs burg. Tho potato crop in Ireland is good. Gambetta proposes n ltepublican Union for Prance. Tho National Guard of Franco is to bo disbanded. Troubles with tho Carlists nro imminent in Spain. There were six deaths from cholera in Paris last week. iio.mi:. Louisville has lost $00,000 by a fire. Tho Kentucky Legislature stands : Sonate, 35 Dem ocrats, 3 Republicans; House, 82 Democrat?, 18 Republicans. Tho first balo of Arkansas cot ton has been sold in Memphis at 25 cents. Lex ington, Kentucky, and ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 30 August 1871

3.no.vbi(lc a&Vcchlji dTbvonirlc, ttSlcbncsimj), $$t 3(ff 1871. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST SO, 1871. Of tho CnnoKicLE mailed free tp any address on up JIATKH OI' AIVi:itTISIXJ IS WEKKLr. Ten lines, or less, foliJ, to constitute a rnunrc. Brier. H H 3 i W fO ?H W 3 00 , G 00 8 W 10 M 4 50 9 00 ll 50 14 60 0 00 11 50 14 00 14 00 7 50 14 00 10 50 28 00 18 00 30 00 S3 00 00 00 c a $ 9 00 $16 00 10 50 ,27 00 23 50 37 50 30 Wl 45 00 39 50 55 50 75 00 00 00 1 Square " auarci.i.,.f 3 Squares 4 Square?...,,. 5 Squares 12 Squares Muiitiructil rcH, "Wo invito tho attontion of thoso interested in manufacturing in Knoxvillo to somo nows in our East Tonnesseo nrticlo on our first page. Wo wish something could bo dono in tho mutter thero referred to I.nst Xollce. All persons still owing State and county taxes for 1870, will savo cots if they cnll nnd sottlo nt once'. Your ob't serv't, John 31, ll.vunis, viii28d&wtlt Tax Collector. JHctl. Mr. "Vm; E. Pnrrott died nt tho rosidonco of his fntbor, Mr. ...

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. — 30 August 1871

G $hwbil(t OTx-chljr muck, McbMab.tir, x$xzt M, 1871. iwmU Wwkhj &hwnuh "WEDNESDAY AUGUST 30, 1871 A Letter from Sherman. When Sliermnn, hi 1804, was on his 1 11. A , -. ......... t . . 4 I I jiiiiiuu lu uiu oirii, i:iuiii v until iil.tx.luuaiilU, whoso horso hml been taken from him by a Michigan soldier In tlio early part of tho war, applied to tho General for restitution, and received tho following answer, for a uujiy ui which wu uru iiiueoiCU lO V. U Poole, of Tallahassee, Florida : IIkadq'us Mimt'y Division oi-tjii: MlSSISSIl'1'1, ATLANTA, UA.j Sept. iM, 1804. Rev. J. H. Wllloughby, D. D., Chaplain Eighteenth Alabama lleghuent, Confed erate Cavalry : DKAit Bin Your letter of Sept. 14th re ceived. I approach the question involving for tno law of war, that mysterious code of WHICH WO UllK KO IIUlCll UUL KHOW HO JlttlC, -w - x,. ....... .u.j M1I.11V VII kUU ill1 RU IIo is a beast so tempting to tho soldier iu linn ui iuu wim viiviiiry, me lancy ar tillery, or tho patient infant...

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. — 30 August 1871

Senator JUorion on tho Kukluj. Jllll. In his great speech at t. Louis, Senator Morton mado tho following remarks on the KiiUIux bill passed by Congress My friends, this condition of things in thofaouth demanded a kuUlux bill, it is vj i iiiu urai jnuisuica mai nas ever lmsscd Congress. The moral effect of it una nircauy occn wonderful. Tho mere passage of that bill has saved hundreds of lives and thousands of men from toturo and punishments. That bill is one of tho blessings i that has been conferred on tho South. Why. my friends, if Mmrn wn any doubt about tho constitutionality of that bill I don't think there is, but if r x wuuiu case it in lavor or pro tecting life, liberty and nroiiertv. fAw plause. Tho courts say that where a man is on trial you must give tho defendant the benefit of tho doubt, if thero bo one, and I say if there boa doubt I will givo . v. ... a I'uwpiu 01 mo oonin tno bcncllt of tho doubt. Applause. Inm so used to hearing everything denounced as unconstitution...

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. — 30 August 1871

liimvbilJc Mttlilir nnikU, ftillcimcsban, aipst 3 Cf , 1671; 8 mx .iijrcji.us. jit zor.OASTiin iuooi.ns. "Who made tlio now arithmetic Ry which tho yoor crow rich ,nu.lCKi On scraps and scrapings of public lowl, And wear broadoloth instead of tweed. Echo I Tweed. "When Times nnd Tribune nsk him why Ills figures run ui moitnUin-hieh. "Why does not "Slippery Dick reply? "What will ho do, our Connelly ? Echo: Con alio. Commissioner Swcony's n jowol raro j If others aro thiovei, sure-lie is fnir ; In Central I'nrk thoro's honost dcnl, For l'ctor B. Sweeny's ns truo stool t Echo: Trus as steal. "Where so many men aro all of a kind, 0 Echo ! pray tell us how shall we And 'Mong clerks, nnd contractors. Mayors nnd all, The loading roguo in Tammany Hall ? Echo : A. Hall 1 Tweed nnd Donnelly, Sweeny and Hall, Officers, contractors, clerks, and all, The thieves that compose the Tammany King, 01 their coming reward pray, Echo, sing sing. Echo: Sing Sing I Iiearth and Home. Shut tilt- Door Koftl...

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. — 6 September 1871

.MMM'MlM't- '" f Ms. Ci ; IYTIU r r x- Vl 1 : ' w mmn urn . ,KNQXYILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 6, 1871. NO. 23. YT- -''7 '" I FACTS ABOUT EAST TENNESSEE. The Ciimbcrlaml Tablc'L.mdSt NO. XXVI. The Cumberland "plntcmi of hlch Mr. W. W, Powpll, of Crossville, wrote us a few weeks aincef is ayory intorosthigeoun try. We have recently had tho pleasure of visiting that locality QU'rsolvet), und though our correspondent may overesti mate tlto advantages hi some reapects- wc nro forced to llip conclusion that for a stock raising country, this is unsur passed iu tho State. The wild grass, threo feet hi height, stands thick upon thousands of acres, and furnishes a nutritious pasture for cattle, hundreds 6f which wo Baw in lino condition. Wti beliovo that for this business these Cumberland table lauds will glvo satisfaction. Many Immi grants have already gonb there, and finding- land so cheap, they havo Invested all their capital in land, thus rendering them selves, in the language of a ...

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. — 6 September 1871

JtabHIc WMhlu xwidt, Wfaatim, Sqptonfar &, 'm. SEPTlfMBKIi 0, 1871. WEDNESDAY, ITAXtlu: AIVJP Ii01113 Light Ilrnlimns. A correspondent of tho Winner's Home Journal thus relates his experience with the Light-Brahma chickens :- - - "After several years' trial of tho Light Brnhmas, and a most careful comparison of them with other meritorious breeds. I am convinced that thoy arc as decidedly tho fowl for our farm yards ns tho Short-horns aro tho cattlofor our pastures. ThcBrahmas nro a largo fowl, nud a rapidly-maturing one. In two months from hatching they are ready for tho tttblo if thoy aro well at tended to. They nro hardy, standing much hettertlmu common breeds thocold months of spring, when chicks, and tho rigors of winter when grown, Brahma poultry com mence laying generally when ilvo or six months old, and lay a largo number of rich, good-sized eggs. Thoy nro peculiarly a winter-laying fowl, and will gfvo us fresh eggs in tho Worst winter weather, if permit ted, by giving th...

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. — 6 September 1871

AN ,1M,IA1C K,"'EK ""tbhvibwed.1 SPECIAL NOTICE. H , T" " ATnlk Willi Cmnnuclio Hill. From the Davenport (Iowa) Oatctto. August 18. Thoro Jins been stopping In this city for iv couplo or clays pnst, onoof those charac ters who havo mado for themselves a cele brity for their bravery and daring on tho plains of tho far west, nmongtho Indians and tho buffaloes in recounting whoso deeds, hnlr-brcadth escapes and peculiar life, tho pages of romance aro filled. Tho person to whom wo refer is no less a char acter than "Camancho Mill," who Is re puted to bo the slayer of no less than one hundred and eighty three Indians. Ho has been nine years on tho plains, liart of which time ho has been In tho employ of tho Government as nscout. Ho has hunt ed and killed Indians for the pleasuro and sweets of revenge, and hunted and trapped of necessity. Ho Is now on his return to Ills Old lifo in tho "West, having been on a visit to his early homo in Minnesota. Ho is about twenty-eight years of age, of ...

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. — 6 September 1871

RULE & RICKS, Publishers, dumber 10 Market iVocc, l&wiiSYtfc. rr.iiMS or mjiini'iiiitiox. Ono copy, one year,..: .,...,.(.. f2 00 Ono copy, tlx hiontliFi - ..rt..'..i...!., 1 00 Ten copies, nno year - 1C 50 Twenty coiiles, ono yenr, SO 00 WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMHEU 0, 1871, WEEKLY SUMMARY OP NEWS. - HO.UK. ; No custom houEO appointments will bo mado till tholCtli. New Orleans 1ms authorized thais suanccof $2,500,000 worth of bonds, to extend her waterworks. TlioConscrvntivo convention met at llichmond, 30th,Thos.S.I)ocock, President. Tho State Department Urgos claimants to present claims nt once. Tho Wisconsin Republican con vention on tho 31st, nominated Gen. "Washburn forOovornor. Tho resolutions endorse Grant. Threo men worohung by a mob on tho 1st inst. at Cuscy ville, Ky., for committing a rapo. Tho fovor is abating in Charleston. Vander bilt, President of the Staten Island Ferry Com pany, has been indicted for manslaughter In the third degree. Meridian, Mississippi, lost $10...

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. — 6 September 1871

M X WEDNl:St,AV; .i'6Et,TKJtnEn C, 1871. Of tho Cimnxici.K matted free to any mlilrcfs on op- iiAtkh or aivi:utinix i.v wiaiitiw. Ton lfncf. cries.! olti1, & constitute4 a'tquare. 3 SPACE 3 i a a tlS 00 27 00 37 SO 43 00 S5 SO PO 00 1 6qurt J 1 5oj$ 3 60 4 SO $ A SO .10 SO H SO 1 00 2.1 00 t 9 00 16 SO, 23 SO! 30 00 39 60 75 00 z squares 3 00 G 00 0 (X) it go 14 00 30 00 8 SO 3 Squares 4 Squares , 5 Saunres 4 SO 0 00 7 50 IS 00 11 SO 11 00 M so C3 00 12 6qunr!l.wJ 00 00 i" A Dnrlntr TlileT. A daYing' thief stolo a ring oiT Miss Ella Knott's linger n'fow nights ago -white sho was asleep, nnd In attempting to slip oil' anothcr,tho awoko; nnd tho rojjuo escaped in a hurry. For Nnle or Hire. An imported Shropshire-down buck, "Let ton," by tho cclchrntcd "Pickslock," two years old. Also, threablick Iniribs-for snip, of the amo breed, two of them sired by "Lctton.,' For pnrticulnrs address. It. & 7. B. Maiiston-, vllilGwtf. Krjpxvillo, Tonn. Xnrrow Kftcniic. Mr.Willinm Harris, n w...

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

jMbffle tfeWit $Mm tSttbtrtbiptjcKitir Jir,Jial- Jtwxvittc -Wifely (MwwkU. WEDNESDAY, . . . SEPTEMBER C, 1871 ' SPURIOUS MONET. List of the Most Dangerous Counterfeits "sow in urcuiauon. It lias been ascertained that counterfeit bills on tlie following' uaiiKs aro Doing cir culnted: On the Merchants' National ltank of New York City, $20 and $5 aro easily disposed oi. tiic engraving is aiiinirauiy executed upon first-class paper, and Is looked upon as being a very dangerous counterfeit, 'fen-dollar bills of the Amer ican National Bank, IJroadwny, New York, aro freely circulated. They aro well exe cuted, but can bo detected by the, difference of the sliadlnp; of the largo letters. Thero aro two sets of Counterfeits Issued oh the Ninth National Hank of New Yrok: they aro $10 and S2 bills, are Avell executed, and printed on good paper, and very likely to deceive. On tho National Bunk of the State of Now York, there nro also $20 and S2 counterfeits. .They are well executed but the shadln...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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