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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 1 November 1871

Ikojebillc Meckfe tfjpwielc, Mltbivcgftaj), Upjbcmbcr h 1871; Frank Dlnlr on tlio New J)ciarlur Tho following is from n recent upcech by J'rank Blair nt Montgomery, Alnbniimi Fellow-citizens, thero nro some qucBtloiiM growing out of .tho position of the Mouth, which I feci called to mention, but with diffidence', nnd dlHclniming any purpose of giving Anything llko ndvlco to tho people of the South. Butljiiwo read In letters and speeches by distinguished men of tho Houth) certain ndvlco to tho people of tho South which touches all tho South and nil who sympathlzo with tho South in other quarters of our country. I have bcch H proposed that in the next Democratic con vention, to be held for the nomination of a candidate Jor tho rrcaldcncy of tho United States, the South (should forbear to takol any part wnatever; tiiat tno tsoutn sttiouia decline to be represented, but should ac cept whatever candldato tno Democrats of the North may see proper to offer. I dissent entirely from that pro...

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. — 1 November 1871

ItorabHlt ffl&ehljT (Mjrmrult, WtiNtttto&& lokmkr 1, 1671. RULE & RICKS, Publishers, Number 19 Market Place, East Side. ; TERM H OF NUItSCKIinriOX. One copy, one year. (2 00 One copy, tlx months,...,!...,, 1 00 Ten copies, one year, ..u I,'. 16 60 Twenty copies, one year . 30 00 WEDNESDAY, .... NOVEMBER 1, 1871. WEEKLY SUMMARY OF SEWS. HOME. Great tiros still raged in tho Northwest nt the first of last week. Tho Brunswick and Albany Q.) Railroad has suspended payment and its property is being seized. The annual fair of tho Cotton States opened at Augusta, Georgia, yes terday ; sixteen thonsand dollars aro offered in premiums. Small pox, which was latoly raging in Philadelphia, Is now abating. From twelve to fifteen thousand people aro homeless from tho late Arcs in M ichigan. Fires rago in tho moun tains of Pennsylvania. Fifteen Chinamen wcro hanged by a mob in Los Angelos, California, last week. Fires aro raging in California. "Boss" Tweed was arrestod on tho 27th a...

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. — 1 November 1871

(twill $tttft (Stouuk "Wednesday;". . nSvembek i, mi. , .SPECIMEN COPIES v , .OrthVCasoklCLK milled friio to injraJdreMon ap llication. RATEH OP ADVEHTININU IS WEEKLY, Ten lines, or less, solid, to constitute a square. a 4 - to n u o S 3 SO ( 4 80 $GS0 900 6 00 " 8 60 10 60 1 60 9 00 11 60 14 60 2160 11 60 14 00 18 00 30 00 14 00 1G 60 23 00 30 60 3000 3300 CO 00 75 00 3 srACi. 1 Square 2 SqmrM.i.. 3 Squares.... 4 Squares,,.. 5 Squares.... 12 Squares.... i 1 50 J15 00 27 00 37 60 45 00 a uu 4 60 C 00 7 fiO 18 00 65 50 90 00 J. H. Colter's Groat Lvcr'C6tripound is war ranted to euro nil discascs,of tlio Liver and its concomita'ntsor-inonqvitefundcd. For snlo by all 'Druggists: octllwlm FOR NAI.i:. Tlio Hrii(j .Ntoro of linker NIoiiIiciinoii. Now is llio clinnco for any one wishing to cn tcogo in tho drm? business, to buy'a goOd stock t very reasonablo prices. Address, Bakkh & Stki'hesson, ' ' xlOdGwtf Gay street, Knoxville, Tenn. . Hcliool Oiieiicl. Editohs Ciiiioniclk Tho Hoartl...

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. — 1 November 1871

lno-bil(c pitthlg xmukf Wcismtfo$gt )obciIjtr h 187L 'Rl'EtlA"). SCfrlCE. Drtigrj anil Alodlclnca Art Gallery. Ileal Estate. i .iff "WEDNESDAY NOVEMBElt 1, 1871 TlIIE PUBLIC MUHIIHO AOAIH. Tf. futiuivt from our tclpcrnin from Knsli' villo, In yesterday's Issue, that Iho Public lTi liters, in demanding an investigation, Havo gotten moro turtn tney bnrgamea lor. AUV ' I . . 'J ...W.V J ."V rf ( ..... - . . . to embarrasa the committed as well us tho parties, and they "riso to explain." in tho committer's dispatch they complain that our publication of portions of tho tes timony -was "partial" and "garbled," and that " He publication was unauthor ized by tho committee)" and " In violation of tho rule that no part of thi testimony Bhould be published until committee mado its report." If tK-ro was any ouch rulo wo tvero ignrnt of it. Wo have been reliably inarmed that persona in no way connf'Cd with tho investigation were permed to hoar a portion of tho evidence a given by somo of tho wit...

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. — 1 November 1871

SwpsMUt Mttlxln jMgavfelt, McbivcbjiiIob ember 1, 1671.. Tlio Assault Upon Coloacl Prosscr. Last week, our Nnsbvlllo corrwpoudent favored us with a paragraph telling how Col. W. P. ProsBcr, the Postmaster nt Nashville, had been assaulted by a son of Ex-Qovcrnor Brown. From tho Tribune, of Monday, wo take tho following state ment : "On Monday evening last, about half ftast four o'clock, a squad of young men, Deluding two sons of Er-Gov. Nelll S. Brown, visited tho Tribune ofllce, and call ed the attention of Dr. Grlsham, tho Local Editor, to an article which had appeared in tho Tribune that morning, demanding very peremptorily tho nnmo of tho writer Jn question. Ho replied that ho was not tho author, and it would bo necessary to consult him before ho gavo his name. They insisted on having ids name Imme diately, and wished tho Doctor to no and sco him at once. This ho declined doing and said that ho must have until to-morrow morning to reply. Thoy then inquired for Col. "Waters, and w...

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. — 1 November 1871

l'rcsbj-torlnn Ciiitrcir. 7 " T-l " Xho Nashville Bnyod of tho Presbyterian ChnrcltnVoWtlib First PrcsbylerinriCliueh, in this city yestordny ovoning nt 71 o'clock. Tlio introductory sormon was preached by Bov. Geo. A Onljlwoll from Nnm. I8II1 Chanter mid lho Inttor clause of (ho 30th ycrs'o :.'VLot us go til) At onco find possess it, (tlio land) for wo nro won auio to ovcrcomo it. -j.no uiscourso was earnest and nbly delivered After singing nnd prnydr, tho'roll of minis tors nnd churches wns called. Tho Synod then organized by cloctingofli ccrs, as follows : Ilov. AVm II. Vcrnor, Mode rator; j.ov. i. 11. .Noilly, Cleric, nUd Iter. Al csnnuor Cowan Assistant Clerk. On motion of 15ov. James Park, it was decided mat ino iiouts ot mooting or tlio synod snouici bo 9 o'clock in tho morning and 24 o'clock in tho afternoon. On motion adjournment was hnd until this morning at tho appointed hour. There will bo preaching this morning nt 10 o'clock, by Hoy. AV. II. Yomor, nnd nt 71 o'clock in ...

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. — 8 November 1871

$bi0$ mm VOL. II. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1S71. NO. 32. FACTS1 ABOUT 'TKNHSSHKi En?it Tennessee Itlnrblc. NO. XlitV. Faihkavun, Vt., Oct,.'H)th, 1871. Mussns., IUii.k & Ricks : I wish tp learn soniethingof the marble resources of East Eonnessee, as I am a marble cutter by profession and have, for several years, hud charge of it liiurblo yard in this State. J learn that tliero is a government building soon to bo put up at your place of Tennes see marblo. Any information in the marble lino, either quarrying or building, will be grate fully received. Respectfully yours, A. H. Gi!AY. Wo would nssuro our correspondent that we shall endeavor to answer his intcrogn tories, concerning East Tennessee, marble, with the utmost pleasure. Tliere are many in like fix with hhnself, wlio are anxious to know more about our section- anil its vast resources. "Wo have long been con vinced that, could the otitsidd world ob tain more dellnito information, relative- to our advantages,...

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. — 8 November 1871

0 . f- - . J- jtr. WEDNESDAY N0YEM1JEK8, 1871 1'UBLIC HUNTING FRAUDS. Itciiort of the Minority of tlic Joint Com mittee Ajipolritc'd to Investigate the Charges Agnlnst Jones, riirvisJA; Co., the Stnto Printers. The undersigned, ft minority of tlio Cotnmit tco to whom whs icforrcd Senate Joint Resolu tion No. 3. in relation to tlio chnrges ngninsttho Public Printers, beg leavo to submit tlio follow ing MINORITY RETORT: Tho Committee, in, investigating the chnrges referred to in tho circular of Col. John Baxter, concluded, at an early Any, td confino their in vestigation to such charges ns weroucflnito and specific in their character, and not to consider such charges as wcro gonernl in their character. Tho first of thoso specific chnrges was that Jones, Purvis & Co. hnd used corrupt means to secure their election as Public Printers, nnd tho specification thereunder was "thatono editor from East Tennessee sold tho votes of throo members of tho Legislature to them (Jones, Purvis &am...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 8 November 1871

Anavbillc cffilcchlg dbjprmtlc, (KUctmcsfeajj, )o.b ember S, 18?). 3 DriigM tintl Medicine. Ilni'ilvrnrc nuil Cutlery. Itvnl i:stat;. Itoscnzwcig, Uic AliorM6itlsl A .lust Sen tence. The following Is tlio larger portion of Recorder Ilnekct's sentence of Rosonz weig : llosen.welg, no person knows better than you Hint on Wednesday night you performed Mint operation with (.tool In struments nntl superinduced that labor; thnt sho died right nwny, and you packed her In that trunk. No person knowa that better than you. Ordinarily J would mind tho rcconiendntlon of tho jury to mercy ; but In this case I must Ignoro it, for you deserve no mercy. In my view of tho law you stand to-day in tho attitude of n murderer. You sent two human be ings to their last account deliberately will fully, murderously. That Is tho law, and under that construction an indictment should have been found against you for murder in tho first degree. You would Btand now in the attltudo of a murderer, and tho sentence ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 8 November 1871

$UT0bHlt Wkckin CJprmutk, Witbm&m), ffiobimkr S, B7l 4 8 MccMn J)r0mtIc. RULE 6s RICKS, Publishers, Xumbr 10 Jfarkct Place, Hast Side. TIIKH.N Or NIIIIKCUIPTIOX. One eopr, one yc-ar fZ 00 One copy, tlx months 1 00 Ten copic, rvne year 10 f0 Twenty copies, one jar, 30 00 WEDNESDAY, . . . , NOVEMBER 1, 1871. WEEKLY SDMMAUr OF XEUS. ronr.iux. Cardinal Antonclli U seriously indisposed. Tho Dnko of Montponsfer will shortly take uis feat in tno fcpantsn uortcs. Tlio Spanish troops have silenced tbe batte ries ot tne insurants iu .aieniin, Tho British expedition to view tho total1 eclipse, which takes place on the lltU of Dc- cciuuer, nasnrriveu at .nana. Tlio Emperor line presented two of tho cap tured French guns to Field-Marshal Count Moltkc, to bo placed in front of his country sent urous&n, in &ucsin. Tlio reconstruction of tho Vendonie column in Tims commenced last week under tho diree tion of M. Itonard, tho well known contractor, of public works. Tho Ouoon of "England h...

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. — 8 November 1871

$inDJbiIl Mwhln (-Amcic, Mlcbnxstmji, Ifobcntfor 8, 1871, !" -' ' " - Apportionment or Nrliool Money. Tho following apportionment (if school niou oys, received by tho Tar Collector loMJctoher, lias been made, out by Justice C. W. Jones, Chairman of the County Court t Diitrieife-.. Xumttr Scholarr. AmoutU. lHDistTlcUt ,..ljC711' &7 JO 0 V!d. .V?St5V.?....';.;wjlC71 1U V 0 o.l II 4th' rah CtUj" ISM "WKDNKSDAY, NOY-EMI1KU J, 1871. Kl'i:(!IMKX COPIUH f Of the CnoHCLS malUJ free to any addres on ap rllcatlon. ' ' JtA'1'E.S UF AIIYKUTIKIXU IX Wl'.KKI.Y. Ten lint, or leu, solid, to constitute a square. trie. 1 Square JquajM SSquarN ..... 1 Square 5 Hqiarc 3:2 Squares a t 1 50 3 00 4 60 C CO 7 Nil 18 00 B H o p. t 4 .V) 8 W 11 to 14 00 llifiO !3 W 8 C 50 f 9 00 10 60 14 50 111 00 23 00! 00 ool 16 K a.i CO 30 00 J 60 75 (W P, US (0 J7 00 87 m 45 00 55 fO 00 00 S 3 0 0 00 00, 11 W 14 00 30 OOl J. II. Culfer's Grcnt Liver Compound In wir 'anted to euro nil discuses of tlio Liver nnd its wm...

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. — 8 November 1871

IS 6 no.bil(c SSImIUji dtjjnmiclc, Mtncnir, lobcmfar BLB7l DrugH nnil Medicines. Art Gallery. Ma;', Real i:tntc., NOVEMBER 8, 1871. Thanksgiving1 DayProclamation by the President. Washington, Oct. 29. The President on Saturday Issued his proclamation nam iug November 30th as a day of national thanksgiving, as follows : By the President of the United Slates of America. A rilOCIiAMATJON. The process of tho seasons has again en abled the husbandman to garner the fruits of successful toll. Industry has been gen erally well rewarded. Wc aro at peace with all nations, and tranquillity, with fow ex ceptions, prevails at home. Withiu the past year wo have in tho main been free from Ills which elsewhere have atlllcled our kind. If somo of us have had calami ties these should be an occasion for sym pathy with tho sufferers, of resignation on their part to the will of tho Most High, and of rejoicing to the many who have been more favored. I therefore recommend that on Thurs day, tho thirtieth ...

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. — 8 November 1871

$hv0b.ilc SSltchljr (fljrmuric, Mcbiicstmj), tobembcr S, JS7i, Gen. IV. It. Stokes; From the TcnnesjcoTribuno.) The- wnrrrmt upon which ho was arrest ed contains two counts, one for aiding in defrauding the governnicutour of $00,000 ; the other for receiving $10,000 as feo while a Government olllcer. Gen. Stokes' numerous friends aro con fident, that upon an examination he will bo fully exonerated. Even among his per sonal and political enemies, not one can be found who over charged him with dishon esty. Wo think it probable that ho will bo susponded as supervisor of Internal Jlevcnuo pending the investigation ; but quite confident ho will bo reinstated at an early day. We advise all to suspend Jud ment until tho facts aro fully known. If, as charged, fraudulent rolls were mado out, tho blame must rest upon Capt. Beatty, who mndo out tho rolls, and sworo to them as tho act of Congress required. Tho following dispatch shows tho high es teem in which he Is hold by our business men gen...

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. — 8 November 1871

Ihosbtllc SBIdklg (Kjjvnmtlc, Mttnusimij, ilobcmbcr B, B7l 8 REPUDIATION MEANS DISOKACE FOBEVEH. Absence from homo for tho greater portion of thc'tlnic sinco Governor Drown sunt his niossagoto the Legislature has pro vented ns from saying nnything as to Ita merits. So fur asit relates to the llunncca of tho State audit is devoted almost en 11 rely to this subject wo think it compre hensive and to tho point. Tho Governor Is evidently opposed to repudiating the State debt, and in this ho will bo sustained by the honest people all over tho State, re gurdlless of party. The Idea of repudiating any portion of our obligations because boads havo been issued, as some say, in nn irregular manner, did not originate in a spirit of honesty. 1 f the acts of a Republican Legislature on 'this subject arc to bo considered void, then all their acts aro void. If they "were legal representatives of tho people, they had n legal right under tho Constitution, to pro vide aid for internal improvements bv ...

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. — 15 November 1871

jW hwJ inid 'mm 1 f . i YOL. Hi 4fr'tCi .til KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. NOYEMBER 1 5, 1871. NO. 33. r -a i FACTS ABOUT EAST TENNESSEE. Wig Valley. rio. XI.V. From a rcllublecorresiiondont wo. obtain tho following facta In relation to n well known body 'Of land In Enst Tennessee: "WAIiliACF.'S, X KbADS, 1 Anderson co., Tenu., Oct. 13, 1871. J Tho subject of this article Is a portion of Kast Tennessee, bounded upon tho south east by what is known as Lone Mountain, nml for a considerable length upon its northwest by tho Clinch river ridges, com mencing at Powell's Mountuin in Scott county, vn., then through Lee, In Virgin la, to the State line, thence through Han cock, Claiborne, Union, Anderson and Roane, in Tciinossco.flnnlly Intercepted by AValden's Rldgo about two miles south of Kingston its entlro length being more than oho hundred miles, and from one to ono and a half miles in width. It is mark ed by a characteristic common to all of our valleys 1. e. of pursuing a course paral...

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. — 15 November 1871

$naxbiht Wbtkty 0nitlt, Mcfrroafrag, gfobtmhcr 15, IB7L NOVEMBER 16, 1671 SUl'BEME COUBT OPINION. Decision In Regard to Carrying. Weapons. PAGE VS. THE STATE. Pago wiw Indicted for carrying n bolt pistol, n pocket "and revolver. Upon his trial, on the plea of not guilty, ho was convicted, lined nnd sentenced to Imprison raent. Ho has appealed to this court. It appears from the evidence In the bill of exceptions that Page was seen coming from his house, along the big road, about a mile distant from his house, carrying in his hand, Bwluglug by his side, u pistol called a revolver, about eight inches long. but that It was not such a weapon as Is used as a weapon of war. He was not on a journey uor was he a police olllcer. No other instance of his carrying a pistol Is proven. Ho annroached prosecutor, lire f-ented the pistol and threatened to shoot mm. was tins sucn a carrying oiawea Ton ns is prohibited by tho act of 1670. chap. 13 ?4. (Shaukl., 5151.) The evidence fully establishes 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. — 15 November 1871

ffitobHl miMjt liMgiitsaiT, gobcmfccr IS, 1871. Free Schoftis In r1tnox County. To the Board of Education : Gknti.kmkn Thq public Interests con iltled to your wisdom and fostering euro by the K'opIo of Knox county, nro second to no other in importance; nnd It is hoped that you will not recelvo unkindly a friendly criticism on your " Utiles mid EcgulatloiiH for the Free School" lu this county, by one HUbJccted to their operation an tL teacher. No teaching id more Instruc tive or more reliable than that of expe rience. Your "Jtules" do not stund tula test, us will appear from the following an alysis : Rule 3 is lu these words: " Teachers arc required to so class their scholars that they can dovoto at least half an hour to each recitation." In tbd writer's s6hool of some fifty ttn--))lls, there are twelve in or near the alpha bet, who must bo taught individually, lleing over a fourth of tho school, they aro entitled to more than a fourth part of tho teacher's time and instruction. Allo...

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. — 15 November 1871

ftoorijilfc WiuUn Mxmxxch, Ifr&TObag, fobtrnkx 1& 1671. Qfyt Witthh Cljrjoiuclc. RULE & RICKsTiubHshors, Kumbqr 10 Market Place, Eatt Side. TURMK Ol' NUIlSCItllTION. One copy, one year, .. - $2 00 One ciy, fix monthr , 1 00 Ten copies, fine ycar,.., j.;.',.....U 10 50 Twenty copies, ono year 30 00 "WEDNESDAY,.' . NOVEJIttEll'lGyflS-l. i. '- WEEKLY SUMMARY OF ' IIOXK. Tho great uvontof the event of the Tvcek Las been the signal .humph of tlio Itepubhcans in tho various elections throughout tho: country. A big den of counterfeiters has been broken up near Kansas City.. .It snowed nil day at Salt Lako on tho 7th. Intense cold prevailed at Ilcl fast, Maine, tho sanio day. Skating upon tho ponds was enjoyed.. .An iron nnvil exploded at alicpublicnn meeting at Montgomcry,ontho7fh, killing two porsons...Tho vintage of California is immense. .Tho Louisiana State Pair opens on lSth...Tho Indians of Arizona are to bo' placed under tho direct control of Gen.Schofield... Yel low fev...

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. — 15 November 1871

.NEMWn jlo, 1871. NPKCIMKN COI'ir.N i Of Ifio ciWifiHi muIfoViVlcIo any nddrcWon hp-location.- ws' - f KATKK OF AlVWlTINIXO IX WIXKI.Y. Ten lines, or less, solid, to constitute a square. s t V. 5 o o o P 3 3 CO tH u o $ .1 N) $ 4 AO $ 0 W $ 9 00 6 00 8 80 10 50 10 60 ilW 11MI , M 2.) 60 ii 6o u tin i no so oo 14 00 1(1 60 JM OO Sit 60 ao 00 S3 00 10 00 75 00 a H SCACK. a 1 Square J $ 1 60 $ .1 60 $ 4 60 $ 0 60 $ 9 00 16 00 2 Squares ' 3 00 6 (10 8 60 10 60 10 60 27 00 3 Square 4 60 0 00 11 60 ,14 60 2.160 37 60 4 Squares Ii 00 11 60 1 4 00 1 00 30 00 45 00 5 Squares Tffl 14 00 1(1 60 MOO 39 60 65 60 12 Squares I IS 00 30 00 33 00 00 00 75 00 00 00 J. II. Caller's Great Liver Compound is war ranted to euro all diseases of tlio Liver and its concomitants, or money refunded. For sulo by nil Druggists. octllwlm IHccl. i, ! ' On Sunday tho 12th Inst, -Mrs. 'Jiary West, wil'o of Bcv. Samuel West, nt hor homo in An derson county. Sho was buried nt-Clinton. - ff...n; ion nam:. The ItriiK St...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 15 November 1871

janoiHc tWriJrticIt, Wsdaha gfmto IS, 1871. 6 SPECIAL auncE. Drngs ad MaiclMc. Art Gnllcry. Real Estate. EDNKSDAY,. . . NOVEMBER 15, 1871. Topics for Farmers' Clubs. Thu following list of subjects for the winter meetings of thu "Vnltham, Mnean chusotts, Farmers' Club, for 1871-2, have been announced, together with time, wlaco and disputants for ench meeting. This gives time for thought and preparation on tho part of thoso appointed to cngago in the exercises. Tho programmo may bo of interest to tlic member of farmers' clubs in other localities. The results of farming In 1871, and what has been learned that will be benellclal In tho future. Has the Importation of the foreign breeds of cattle, horses and other stock been a benefit to community ? Trades and trade unions ; their influence on the business of tho community. Would :i combinations of the farming interests be a benefit to their general prosperity? Woodland and forest trees; their advan tages or disadvantages to tho farm and ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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