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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 27 September 1871

ino.vbi((c (fltcchfn bxotc, Mncstmn, September '17, 1871. JIO ! FOR CINCINNATI & CIIARLKSTON I Sale of Kast Tennessee Railroads. A Good Cliancc Tor Stockholders. i;i:ciAii Dispatch. Kasiivii.m:, Sept. 20. The Kuoxvllle nml Cliitrlcston Itnllrmul was sold -nt miction to-tlny to tli.o llltio Ridge Rnllroitd Company, for S7",0(H) ; tlio Rogcrevillo Mid .TcU'ereou Railroad to the East Tcnnes.see,Vligliiiu and Georgia Rail road Company, for 510,000 ; tho Kuoxvllle ami Kentucky Railroad, for 500,000, to Wi IJ .T.ohnston nnd others whoso views accord Avlth those of tho stockholders. Tho State claim against tho Kast Tt'n ncssepniid Western North Carolina road was sold for $11.',G00. The Sale Commissioners declined to eon flrni any or the. sales, nnd will probably refer thi! wholo matter to the Legislature. Tho sale of the NaShville and North western road was postponed till to-morrow. Note. -As wo understand tho abovo tel egram, the sale, If conllrnicd, has resulted in placing tho Kuoxvl...

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. — 27 September 1871

ln0bil(c Mcclil) Gtjjnmitle, rimcstm& September $7, 1871. Ibc ftcilcchln Cbronitle. . RULE & RICKS, Publishers, Xumbcr 10 Market J'lacc, JZast Side. i or Nunscitii'Tiox. Ono cory, ono year, .. - $2 00 Ono Cory, tlx months, 1 00 Ten copier, "no year 16 CO Twenty copter, ono year 30 00 "WEDNESDAY, . . SEPTEMBER 27, 1871. WEEKLY SUMMARY OP NEWS. ItOHK. Tho triennial conclaves of tlio Grand Encamp ment of Knights Templar convened nt Balti more on tho 19th. Fcmalo Suffrago ha been li8astcrously defeated in Nobraska. Tho ma jority of tho delegates to tho Massachusetts He publican Stato convention aro against Butler. Southern claims aggregating $20,000,000 arc endorsed by tho Southern Commission. There was a heavy frost at Oswego, N. Y., on the 22d. Tho next Grand Encampment of Knights Templar will bo held in Now Orleans in 1874. Tho sale of tho Tcnnesseo railroads, when con firmed, will reduce tho Stato debt $500,000. Small pox rages at Lowell, Mass. Tho yellow fever is raging at ...

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. — 27 September 1871

Vno.vbil(c cftlcchljj (Ijjrmm.c, aiLtcbncsban, September $7, 1871. Or r 2 WEDNESDAY, . . SKl'TKMllKU 27, 1871. npkcimrv corii:n Of tho Chronicle mailed frco to nny address on ap I ltcation. iitATrs of Anvr.itTisixci ix wi:cki.y. Ten lines, or less, solid, to constitute a square. 1 Saunre 2 Squares , 3 Squares 4 Squares , 5 Squires 12 Squares $9 00jit5 00 10 felt 27 00 23 60) 37 ft) 30 00 45 Oi) 39 ft) I 65 ft) 75 00 1 SO 00 THE CHRONICLE STEAM PEINT. To cnnblo us to meet tho Increased demand tipon our circulation, nnd to do tho heavy amount of work accumulating, in spito of tho rapid work of n Inrgo force, in our Job ofilco, svo have found it necessary to purchaso n steam engine nnd boiler. Tills issuo of our "Weekly is iho first worked off by steam power. No bolter evidenco of the rapid increase in our circulation is needed. Tho UinioNiCLK is tho paper for tho people. N o business man or reading man should ba without ft. Tho subscription prico is but 75 cents per month. Its market ...

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. — 27 September 1871

no.bi((c &&lcchlji cirbroniclc, ictuustmn, September &7, 1871. .Medical. Art Cjullvi'.V. Iloal llstatc. "WEDNESDAY, . . SEPTKMllKK 27. 1871. VillVV DIIMO.CHACV PliOPOSKS TO 1)0. V llfcnr Exitosc or Tliclr Sclicmrs. Senator Morton, of r milium, is one of the moat vigorous ami forcible speakers in the nation. He is always eminently prac tical nml always distinguished for the sa gnelty with which lie tintlelpates great is sues, ami for the manner with which lie meets them. In n recent great speech at Cincinnati, Ohio, ho made this expoe of the policy the Democracy would carry out. if once restored to power: . Now, my friends, 1 want (o ask you the (inestion to-night, what will the Democratic party do if it comes Into power? If it suc ceeds in this it will bo chieily through the South. The bulk or the Democratic party will bo in the South, as it always lias been. The South will control the party in the future as it has done in the past. When the great body of the Democratic ...

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. — 27 September 1871

MUOT 110X FRAUDS IX MIW YOKK. A Dcmuenil Describes the Tricks. At tho great meeting of New York citi zens soino days ago, to protest ugninst tho Tannnany fraud, tlio Hun. Kobert 11. llooscvelt was one of the speakers. His political faith wo give in Ills own words : I do not know whether it is exactly pos Hibio for n man to bo born a Democrat, but I claim to conio as near it as any ono can. Tho earliest recollection that 1 have of public questions, when my arms had at tained a little more than seven years pith, was my upholding stunchly and unswerv ingly tho great doctrine of Democracy. Since that time I liavo been a Democrat ; for Democracy Is like vaccination, when it onco takes well, it lasts a life-time. JJut asldld notbelievedisloynlty to mean Detn cracy during tho war, 1 do not believe dis honesty to mean Democracy now. Part of his speech was devoted to ex plaining how Tammany managed the ballot box in Now York cltv, and 1 1lls honest confession wo feel bound to give, lie expla...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 27 September 1871

Moods. Lord, in tliy sky of blue No stain of cloud appears, Gone nil my fhitlile9 fears, Only Tliy love scorns true 1 Kelp mo to tlinnk Tlioc, then, I pray, AValk In tho liglit and cheerfully obey I Lord, when I look on hifrli. Clouds only meet my sight, Tears deepen with tho night Yet still it is SViyskyl Help mo to trust Thee, then, I pray, "Wait in tho dark, and tearfully obey I SEWS SU31MAHY. Tho, young Democracy nro organizing in uuurgia. Asiatic cholera has appeared at Constantino plo in Smyrna. Military service will soon bo mado compul aorv in Swccden. The number of hogs roportcd in Ohio this year 13 J.iw.-hw. Senator Morton thinks Groesbcck n pretty good llcpublicnn. Tho Bavarian Government will not tolerate tho dogma of infallibility. It is proposed to increaso tho Spanish reve nues by imposing an incomo tax. Tho afrgrcgato receipts of tho Virginia Fair, hold at Richmond, wcro SiOOO. A Nashville produce dealer purchased Go.OOO pounds of dried fruit in thrco dnys. Elovcn Kuk...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 4 October 1871

M . VOL. II. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 4, 1871. NO. 27. i FACTS ABOUT EAST TENNESSEE. Answers to Correspondents I.iuv mill Order Climate l'rlce ol I.niulM. NO. XXXIX. A correspondent, writing from New Haven, Connecticut, is nnxious " to learn the truthas to East Tennessee being a de slrablo and safe place as a home." Wo wonder, in the first place, that our corres pondent should bo haunted with the idea that East Tcnnesseo is not a safe place. Perhaps ho, liko hundreds of his cotcmpo rarles, has been frightened with the sensa tional stories about tlio insecurity of life and property everywhere hi the South. Wo say now, as wo have repeatedly said heretofore, that so far ns security of lifo and property is concerned from organized lawless bands, such as the Kuklux, our correspondent will be as safe here as in tho North. East Tennessee is isolated from those sections of tho South infested with lawless bands by high mountains, and our peoplo are law-abiding. We have here, as e...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 4 October 1871

$lu0bill SSStochig (tfyxamdt, Wthxt&tJixt rtokr ft, 1&7L 'AvasNaaAV JTA.XOX A.TND IIOM1D. Preserving Sweet l'otntocs, Diu.AWAHK, Txi)., Sept. 7, 1871. As there Is n lnifro crop of sweet potatoes this year, and if thostuno is rushed Into ninrlc ct at digging time, they will bring but a small prico. I submit a plan for Keeping them which has been completely success ful in my case for the Inst six years : Dig your potatoes in tlio forenoon, by turning them out of the hill or rldgo 'with n spade, and not touching them with tlio hands. It should be remembered thatthey should bo dug bctore there is a frost to kill tlio vines. A little frost, which merely nips the leaves, will, however, do no harm. After they are turned out of tho ground, Irif tlinm vnmnln In 0111 until '-ii ttw JUV lllVIll IVUihltl 11 111V Oil 11 1141 111 Kit LUllli when they should be carefully separated from tho vines and taken to tho storing- room. In handling them, take them up mid lay them down carefully, as ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 4 October 1871

$tn0billc SfiStcthlfi xmitlc, Mrimcsbajr, ODctokt s A THUNDERBOLT SHOT AT TAMSIANT." Fearful Indictment ys. Dcmocrncy. i From the Missouri Democrat of tlio 23d September, wo tnko the following fearful indictment against Tammany : At length In the signal cxposureainl dis comfiture of tho Tammany King, n cal cium blnzo lights up tho practices by which for years Democratic supremacy has been maintained in New York, by which nlono tho thlrty-thrco electoral votes of that State were given to Seymour and lllair in '08, nnd through which those votes wero again to be given for n Democratic nomi nee in '72. In '08 srslnglc agent of Tammany, Ben). B. Bosonburg, at No. 0 Center street, Now York, sold seven thousand naturalization papers at prices agreed upon, wholcsalo and retail, and Tammany paid tho clerk of tho court for issuing them. In that year tho three courts of tho city executed over forty-ono thousnnd naturalizations, tills being four times tho averago of all prece ding years and two...

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

lno,vI)xlk WittW hxanAtt 'Wdtnim& tioM k Witthh Chronicle. RULE & HICKS, Publishers, dumber 19 Market Place, JZast Side. Tl'.IOI.S r NUItSC'Itll'TIOX. Ono coiiy, one year , $2 00 Ono copy, tlx month;, 1 00 Ten coricj, nno year, 10 &o Twenty copies, ono year 30 00 WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEIt , 1871 M EEKLY SUMMARY OF NEWS. ho.ui:. Arkansas 1ms tho gold fovcr. Tlio Agricul turnl Collcgo scrip of Mississippi, consisting of J10,000 acres, lias boon sold at 00 cents per acre, .Mrs. Jno. II. Ilnmblin was brutally murdered, on tho 2"th tilt., near Nashville. At tho "Wor cester Stato Republican Convention, on tho 27th ult., "Washburn was nominated for Governor of Massachusetts ; tho resolutions endorso Grant and admit that woman suffrage requires careful consideration. Tho Commercial Convention for 1872 will meet in St. Louie. Tho Now York treasury is empty; tho employes nro unpaid for last month. A serious not occurred in Dan villc, Va., on Monday, between whites and negroes. Times arc...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 4 October 1871

WEDNESDAY, .'t '. 'bcTOBlJlt'j.'ll. KPKcniKX copies Of tho CittiostCLK mKtlcJ frco to any address 6n ap I licatlon. KATES 01' AOVEItTINIXO IX WKKKLY. Ten line;, or less, solid, to constttuto a square. a a o o- o & BrACIC, -i Pi S " rH CO rH C O H 1 Square $160$350$ 4 60 S 6 60 t 9 00 $15 00 a Squares 3 00 0 00 8 50 10 fiO 10 50 27 00 3 Squares 4 50 9 00 11 50 H 60 23 50 S7 60 4 Squares 0 00 11 60 14 00 IS 00 30 00 45 00 5 Squares 750 U00 10 60 2800 30 60 5560 12 Squares 18 00 3000 23 00 (0 00 75 00 00 00 A Word to Niilscrllcrn. In sorao cases wo have boon Induced to do jiartfromourruloof domnndingcftsh in ndvanco for our subscription. Tho consequenco Is somo f our "Weekly subscribers nro behind on our books. "Wo hope wo need only remind such to fiettlo with us soon as possible. "Wo havo heavy expenses to meet and all our payments arc cash. W6 would bo obliged to all in arrears to square aip at tho earliest day possible. A Lot or Iliiblos. Mrs. Tostcr Cato, of tho 8th district, S...

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. — 4 October 1871

rawbillt WMu 0nitk, W&iwtovn; tiohtx 4, Till: IIBMICIBR. SPECIAIr NOTICE. Art Gallery "KcafEstatb." WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1871. A rumiiTi'iri- jiomiciiu:. .'iirrnl riiiiilnn, ol Atnlinmn, Killed. Colonel XrMnn, or Hrndlpy County, SlioolH Him. 'Our Cll.v Hie Uiilorluiinte Ncciie of Hie AlVrny. It ia our pnlnful duty this morning to chroni cle a most distressing trngedy, nnd one which has thrown our community into inlcnso excite ment and been tho subject of painfully earnest, and wo might say. universal lament. The nll'uir is doubly lamentable, becauso tho deceased was nt tho time of tho killing a visitor in our city, as tho agent, in a high capacity, of thoStato ot Al abama. Our people feel keenly tho effect tho unfortunato afl'air must havo upon tho commu nity, nnd sharo tho gcnoral sorrow that must ex ist over tho killing of such a prominent man. TIIK MEETING. Tho facU as gathered at tho Coronor's inquest shall bo briefly told : Gen. J. H. Clanton, of Montgomery, Alabama, was k...

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. — 4 October 1871

SoiIk.?BIechl8 (Sxumtk, Mdmctfmg, Qrtobtx 4, 1371. Jefferson County Teachers Institute. I nccordauco with tho call of Prof. R. Pierce. Superintendent of Public Instruc tion, tho teachers of schools, common nml higher, of Jefferson county, met on tho ld, in Holston College, for tho purposo of organizing and holding a Teachers' Insti tute. An Informal meeting took placo in tho forenoon. A discussion anil Inter change of views. In regard to tho element ary vowel sounds, was held. Adjourned until 1 o'clock v. m. On meeting at 1 p. jt., n temporary or ganization was effected, by electing Prof. It. Pierce us cliairmaiii and J, M. Meek, Esq., as secretary. Twenty teachers at tended tho nicotine. Heading and spelling was discussed, pre ceded by a drill of all tho teachers in a class in tho vowel and consonant sounds. This was conducted by Mr. Brooks, Prof. R. Pierco and T. II. Russell, of Mossy Creek. During this drill, a critical dis cussion aroso as to tho exact character and number of 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. — 4 October 1871

'rlftii.iI.M fairs Ms'i fifeiinonceaW4l Tho prico of conl is advancing in Now YOrW ilioro nre i,.aui.nsui. iiu n iSvj m v.v nulo. Wrutoii. Iho ucdestrian, Is walking nl Cm cinnati. Disarming tho Algorinnrobols progresses with dilUculty. It cosU S0O.C0O per nnnum to oxnmino school eaclicrsin lexas. Cass'ius M. Clay will tako the slump in Mi? soun next week. Tho totnl cost of tho Mount Ccnis tunnel 05.000.000 franca. Thoro nro G20 prisoner now confined in thn Shelby county jail. TIio "Emporor William 1ms given away forty thousand iron crosses. Adlsnntch from Tort Laramio states that serious troublo with the Indians is anticipated Tho wheat crop will ho short ono hundred million bushel tins year in x ranee. Tho fall rnces have commenced at Nashville with a lively interest nianiiesteu. A plot for tho restoration of Napoleon was discovered in Paris and suppressed. Tho lives of "outsido barbarians" residing in tho Celestial .hmplro aro not sale. Tho reduced rates of postago to Germany coo...

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. — 11 October 1871

S i r """u- -.-jr!jw " r- r in ii iiiiiin i i ,IM) iXJ YOL. II. KNOXYILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER -3TI871. NO. FACTS ABOUT EAST TENNESSEE, "A Promising Field for Wool Growing." NO. XI,. A copy of tho "Bulletin of the National Association of "Wool Manufacturers" for July lins been laid upon qur table, which contains an Interesting article entitled "Eastern Tennessee, a Promising Field for Wool Growing." The article contains n copy of a letter addressed by Mr. J. W. Stitt, of tho llrm of Stitt & Underbill, "Woolen Manufacturers, New York, to the editors of tho Chronicle in August of this year. It was suggested by tho correspondence of Mr. Stitt, together with articles which have- appeared in tho Chronicle during this, year on the sub ject. Tho following correspondence grew out of remarks made by Mr. Stitt at a re cent meeting held at Newport: J, W. Stitt, Esq., New York, Dear Sir: 1 was much improved by your remarks at our Government Meeting at Newport, upon tho advantages oile...

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 October 1871

$teobille MtAln tyxomdt, TOcftiusbnn, October 11, B7l WEDNESDAY, , OCTOBER 11, 1871. TjA.H3H -iVlr HOME. Unnijr Animas. I believe as a general rule our domestic animals are never unruly except as they me taught by their owners or those hav ing the charge of them. Some persons when removing stock from one licld to another will let down a few of the top bars; or if they don't happen to have bars or a fjatc Just where they wisli to turn through tlioy will throw oil a few of the top rails and force thenniinnls to Jump the balance ; and after thus driving tho stock over, they will put up a part of tho ba s orrailstbus thrown down, leaving tho fence lower in that place than any other, as a temptation to the stock to Jump back atthoplace where they have been learned to go over My practices is tho rcver&o of all this, if I wish to turn hogs, sheep or calves through common rail fence, I niaKe what Is termed a slip gap, letting down just enough of the bottom rails to let the animals pass,...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 11 October 1871

NASHTILLR CORRKSrONDKNTK. llATTLK HOUSE, Nasiivim.k, Oct. 3. ' The first two days of tho present General Assembly hnvo fully developed thcpolltlcnl animus of tho men composing It. To bo- .gln with tho Senate, tho election of Crnwf. Vaughn, tho hero of tho "brimstone" cam paign, as Speaker. Is a striking comment on tho mental calibre, as well as tho polit ical animus, of thoso who did it. Thoso of thonl who voted for him, who aro ablo to judge of his fitness for tho position, already regret their blunder. His incapacity Is -about as prominent as tho noso on his face, and his friends aro mortified at Its ex hibition. Tho fact is. his incapacity is be yond reach of remedy, for his cranium is full of emptiness, and 110 can never com prehend tho naturo of his duties. I twill 4)0 utterly imiiosslblo to dispatch business In that body with lilm in tho Chair. But ho ranked higher on tho muster-rolls of the lato Confederate army than any of his colleagues, and wo suppose this secured his elec...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 11 October 1871

4 age "WsiaspsRK RULE & RICKS, Publishers, ' A'umbcr 19 Market Place, East Side. TEII.MS or MIIIKCIIIFTIOX. Ono corr, one year 12 00 Ons copy, fix month 1 00 Ten copic?, one rear, 1G SO Twenty coplct, one year 30 00 "WEDNESDAY, . ft. .T7 OCTOBER -11, 1871. WEEKLY SUMMARY OF EWS. nu.ni:. Prof. AVilbur foil from r balloon at the Louis ville, Ky., fair on tlio 3d instant nt tho liciglit of nbout ti mile IJrlghnm 1 oung nai ucen nr rostcd for licentiousness. Tho President lias nslted the recall of tho Russian Minister. A drought not equalled in twenty-five yenrs pre vails in tho West. Great Arcs aro raging throueh tho country in tho North "West. An earthquake was felt in New Jersey on tbo 9th. Tho Florida land sink is a hoax. There was a riot in Philadelphia on tho 9th between whites and blacks. Tho great Chicago lire i9 tho grand event of the week perhaps of the cen tury. rttnncix. A firo damp explosion in Wales killed five persons. Ilochefort's sentenced has been com muted to bani...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 11 October 1871

ftnosbtllc tfitethln Cbromclc. .(ULlcbncsbnn. (LVtobcr 11, IS7L WEDNESDAY OCTOBEK 11, 1871. - - r- , i. M:iMEjiftorir.S?t Or the CiiRONMCl.it mailed free to any nddrefs cfsori u. - - KATES" CS Or ADVKllTIKIXO I.V WEB Ten lines, or less, solid, to constitute I ?5 S 9 00 SIS 00 10 21 00 2.) wl. 37 60 TO 00' 39 SO, 75 (0. 45 00 R5 SO SO 00 A Wont to Nubscrllicrn. In somo cases we hnvo been induced to do ipnrtfrom our rulo of demanding cash in advance for our subscription. Tho consoquenco h somo of our Weekly subscribers aro behind on our books. Wo hope wo need only remind such to settle with us soon as possible. Wo hnvo heavy t expenses to meet nnd all our paymontsnrocnsli. We would bo obliged to nil in nrrcars to squnro iip.atitlic.errlict day possible. "Tlio Tciiiionscc I.niitl JtoBlstcr." Strangers visiting Knoxville, or others wish ing io scnu mo janti jiegister to lltoir lricnus nt np n distaneo, can get them wrapt, ready fov mail- tin ing, oy caning nt our ollice. no iltrmtcr con...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 11 October 1871

srEiiAh Nonci:. Ari Callers'. DrttgN And McdlciHCH. Real Entatc. "WEDNESDAY OOTOUEK 11, 1871. Governor llrown's I'olcjr. Owing to the Illness of the Gdvernor ' elect, It Is not probable thai his messngo will soon bo delivered or his Inauguration tnke place. It may, therefore, bo of Inter cst to know what he will recommend. The Banner gives the following intima tions: General Brown's recent illness has de layed the preparation of his message, though all of the leading features arc de termined upon, as he has familiarized him self lone aco with all the important riucs- tlons connected with the interests of the State. It has been his constant study to device some plan for increasing the revenues of the state ana at tne same tunc reduce the rate of taxation, esncciallv uiion real es tate. Ho looks upon tho agricultural in terests as per so the most iniiKirtant and ni03t to bo protected of all interests. Yet, while the tax upon this should bo lighten ed, the revenues arc not to bo reduce...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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