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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 15 November 1871

Jkabyk tfi&thlij Cjjtflmck, ebneskg, gjfokmkt 15, 1821. TEE XVXIVX AHD THE DMtOCBACT. SasU'nkd Unifs." Agricultural Ifarskewe. Drarj aad McdlclncH.- .Legal AdvcrtlKcmciitH Tho immense eround-Hwell of popular indignation which has released tho old "Empire State from democratic thraldom 1b the commencement ot n political reac tion, which must Inevitably remiltiii the disintegration of tho Democratic party We also lmvo the most nattering news from tho West. The "Suckor State" has lected a Republican for Congress from tho State at large, by a greatly Increased majority, which btill leaves Illinois among tho. undoubted Republican States. Democracy, It seems, lias gained but llttlo ly having organized tho Kuklux Klan hi the lato rebellious States, who in their mid night sallies have overawed nnd mur dered tho unoirendlng loyalists of tho Kotith until the chief Mnclstrato of the nation was compelled to extend to their aid, and in suppression of the Klan the strong arm of military law. ...

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. — 15 November 1871

TO rill.NT OK, SOT TO IMIIST. rtllcntcl l Jones, I'urvlt V- Co. mill tlie Jtrmucruilc l'nrly. To print, or not print, Unit is the question : Vlictlicr 'tis bettor for tho Printers to sufl'cr Tho stings und nrrows of outrageous OntsoK ; , Or to tnfco types ngrunst his sen of troubles ; Anil by printing endthom" Tho lie, tho truth, No moro? nnd, by a lie to sny wo end Tho honrt-ncho, nnd tho tbousnnd llndicnl shocks Our Firm is heir to 'tis ft consummation Dovoutly to bo icishal. Tho lie, the truth To print I perchance the truth: nyo there's tho rub j For if wo print tho whole, tho truth will corner And fear thai tho worM may know tho truth Mustgivo ui pause: There's tho respect That makes calamity to print tho whole. For who would bear the whips and scorns of ltndu, Tho Minority llcport, IJaxteu's contumely, Tho pangs of eonsciaice, tho law's rebuke, Tho insolcnco of Pheeiiax, and tho spurns J., r, & Co. for their unworthines3 take, "When ho himself might his quietus mako By refu...

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. — 22 November 1871

CtmritMt irr? NO. 34. yol. ii. KNOXYILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 22, 1871. FACTS ABOUT EAST TENNESSEE. Answers to G'oi-rcHPontlciitN. NO. XIA'I. "Wo havo received Iho following letter from Sprueevale, Ohio: Sl'UUCEVAIiK, Columiiiana Co., Ohio, j Mksshs. Editoks How Is East Tennes see for woolen factories for doing custom work, such as carding, spinning, weaving, cloth dressing, &c. ? I nm a woolen man tifacturbr by trade, and have some ma chinery for that, purpose, and would liko to get a good sito for starting a small busi ness of that sort. Yours respectfully, WM. HUDl.KSTON. We have recently discussed this question of wool-growing in two numbers of our " Facts About Hast Tennessee," which wo have sent to Mri Hudleston. Wo are can did in our opinion when wo say that no point in the South presents a more favora ble location for such an enterprise as our correspondent speaks of.than East Tennes see. There nro not a half dozen establish ments Ui this portion of the State for ...

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. — 22 November 1871

JliTMlttlc Mdxlv dLkamth, Mcfricsbmr, loucmhcr IB71 WEDNESDAY.. . . NOVEM15HU 22; 1871 Sketch of Joaquin Miller. .JL-iirsUsnw illller, ln,tho niquntnltis.of North California In 1S54. He wns then n inero boy, nudcottld not have been more than thirteen or fourteen years of nge. Ho was wlth.uti qhutm cnl.led "Slountuin Foe," who had been' 6ne"$r FFrTmoht's guides, nnd who treated him its his own boy. lie had taught him the use of the pistol, with which he afterwards made himself famous in that country. Miller's home was somewhere In what was then Oregon territory, and It was said ho had run away from It. The summer following, "Mountain Joe" led n party of miners against the Indians.and In tho right which ensued, Miller was shot In tho face with an arrow, nnd nearly lost his life. Not long after, he originated, with Mountain Joe and McDougal, the great gold excite ment known as'The Lost Cabin," which many Californians will remember with regret. This McDougal was iv famous character. He ...

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. — 22 November 1871

3 A i'ntnl Ilnnt. Another Instance of ths pitclior golnj; ouco too often to tho well law occurred In India. Captain Doig, an Infantry officer, hnd become renowned (is n tiger hunter, and the famo of 1i!h exploits had even reached Europe. Ho was (supposed to bo invincible, had performed almost fubulous fcata, and was held by tho natives to bear a charmed life. Tho poot gentleman was, notwithstanding, killed by a tlfecf early In September. Ho went out oneday and had a brilliant success, slaying n lino tlgci' sin gle handed. Four or llvu days aftci , hows' came that another tiger wan lurking In lvi same place, about six miles from tho can tonment. The ne arrival began to dis tinguish hlnuolf by slaughtering bullocks, and Captain Doig resolved to bring his port to an end. Unaccompanied, save by his own "Blilkaries," tho hunterrepatred to th6 spot. Tho savago neast was spon fouhd, ami Captain Doig cot rather ti long shot at him, and felt suro ho had hit him in tho, head. His impression, ...

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. — 22 November 1871

I mMU SffitoWft 0mcl,c, TOtwritfflfo Stofombtr 22, 1871. Tbc Mcchln (Snmirlc. RULE & RICKS, Publishers, A'umbcrlO Market J'lacc, Jtost Side. ri:ic.iiN or SLitscuirnox. One copy, one year $2 CO One copy, tlx month 1 00 Ten copies, one year,. 16 SO Twenty copter, one year 30 00 WEDNESDAY,. NOVEMBER 22, 1871. WEEKLY SUMMARY OF NEWS. IIOHE. There is ckolora in New York "Boss" Tweed hut resigned j tho "Ring" is crushed. Small pox is decreasing in Philadelphia An oil well within thirty miles of Nashville yields a hundred gallons ppr dny Tho decis ion of Mrs. Fair's case has been postponed until January New Orleans decides not to havo a paid firo department Tho Agricultural De partment at Washington is preparing seeds for distribution at tho Soutli........Thero was ico and ii hilling frost at Macon, Georgia, on tho ICth. Ben "Wado favors a high tariff. Custom officers at Now York havo seized six thousand dollars' worth of diamonds Thrco negro mur- dcrors wero taken from jail and hung 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. — 22 November 1871

glnovMHc S&txcltft) Cjpnidc, ttUl'cbncstMjr, lobcmbct as, 1871. 5 WEDNESDA . NOVEMBER 22, 1871. --r ..U is jr. Hrrcmnsf conns Of the CimoNicf.it mallfcd free to'nny address on ap tllcatlorf. V1 'if ' KATUN OI' AUVCIITININU IN WKEHIiY. Ten Unci, or lot, solid, to constitute a square. S fl o e 4 SP1CI. H H " " W f- M O 1 Square $ 1 SO S 3 M t 4 50 6 60 $9 00 15 00 a Squares 3 ) 6 00 8 60 10 60 10 M 27 00 3 Squares 4 fiO 9 00 11 M) 14 60 li 60 37 fiO 4 Squares 0 00 11 M 14 00 IS 00 30 00 45 Oil 0 Squares-.... 7 60 14 00 1 60 2S 00 33 60 65 60 12 Squares 18 00 30 00 33 00 60 00 75 00 90 00 Tho Grovcr & linker is Uio best manufac turing machino for lcntlier and tailoring work in existence. If you want to buy, como nnd Iry. Office, 111) Gay street, up stairs. ( for nam:. The nrnir Store or linker A Ntf phctiNon. Now is tho chanco for any one wishing to cn-i gago in tho drug business, to buy a good stock ait very reasonable prices. Address, Baker & Stkphexpok, xlOdGwtf Gay stre...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 22 November 1871

UnosbUIc S8MU21 (feimck, tebnxsbnn ItobcmW 2,. 1B71. "WEDNESDAY,. NOVEMBEK22, 1871. A Talo of Snn Francisco. Hospitality it) ii virtue, but abuses of ltn privileges aro so common that ono la tempt td to regard It iw generally better in theory, than in practice. That is to say, It Is n vlr-' tuo to bo exercised with caution, and of the truth of tills opinion a Mrs. 35. of Sn'n Francisco, luiB been disagreeably convin ced. Mrs. 31. is described as ono of thoso ladles moving in the "best circles" and lately she was informed by letter that a beautiful and accomplished nieco of an lil timato friend was about tomakc hern visit. (Had to wclcomoan eastern belle, Mrs. 31., determcd to omit nothing that could ren der her guest's stav pleasant. In duo tinlo CSeorgie MandoviUo arrived, and her beau ty, her rare accomplishment, and, above all, her Insurant golden tresses, became at once the theme ol conversation among tho rian Francisco bachelors. The story is easily guessed. Sho came, ho saw, s...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 22 November 1871

gannJbiUc alxcUlni f Ijmnidt, Ojalctincpbnir, g'flmkv lp7JL A, Capital rrccrliiUon. A rather ccccntricyctciniiicntpliysiclfin wns called to attend a middle-aged rich lady who had many Imaginary Ills. After many wise Inquiries about her Kynmtoms and manner of life, ho nsked for a pleco of apor nnd wroto down thq following pro scription : " Do SoMKTiriNa Fon Somebody." In the gravest, manner ho handed It to the patient and left. Tho doctor heard nothing from tho lady for a long time, On Christmas morning, ho was hastily sum moned to tho cottage of her Irish washer woman. " It's not mcsclf, doctor, It's mo wrist that's ailing. Yo (see- I was afther goin' out into tho black darkness for a few bits of wood, when mo foot struck this basket. Jt stood thcro llko a big mercy, as it was, full of soft llaunels from Mrs. "Walker. Sho towld mo that your medicine cured her, doctor. So, if yo'll plazo to put a lit tle of that samo on mo wrist, I'll bo nono tho worso for mo nice present." " It is a...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 22 November 1871

nmbillc Sifochljj (rankle, OTcbiustiaijbbrinbtr 22, 1871. XEWS SUMMAKY. Vermont lins 10,071 licensed liurps. Virginia 1ms ninety-four newspapers. Adolinn l'nttl i3 to como to America next year . Tho sand storms In Los Angolos county, Cnl. Wllcd -30,000 sheep. Congress will bo urged to m& a now steam boat law at tho next session. Judgment hns been rendered against the fo innlo voters in Now York. Tho firo in Genera, Switzerland, destroyed two blocks. Nows from Persia says tho famine, is still sc vcro, and tho pcoplo are suffering very much. Tho Chicago papers call loudly for tho better regulation of tho flro insuranco business, by Stnto authority. Tho funded debt of Vermont has boon re duced tho past year 51118,000, and it now amounts to $517,o00. Tho Bristish government hns granted a pen sion of fifteen hundred dollars to the children of Dr. Livingstone. Tho sale of tho "Household" edition of Dickens' works in London is 100,000 copies per annum. Owing to high ratos of insurance,...

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. — 29 November 1871

YOL. II. KNOXYILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 29, 1871. NO. 35. FACTS ABOUT EAST TENNESSEE. Stock Raising. NO. XlVII. We havo alluded to this subject in for mer articles, but its groat Importance de serves special notlco. East Tennessco Is naturally better adapted to stock raising, In all its branches, than any other part of the South, except tho bluo grass region of Kentucky. Tho climato Is mild, tho sum mew being neither too hot nor the winters too cold. 'I'lius but llttlo sheltcris needed at any season and feeblo animals :nrc .not' injured by either extremo of tern pcfathro. Tho variety of soil and ele vation affords tho best ynriety for .raising, stock of.all kinds. .On. the fertile river bdttflnisnargo" quantities of corn are grown every year wltlt'whlch hoga..aro fattened.. On thti higher, rolling lands and in the the valleys lino grass, grows, where cattle may-pasture, and tho small farmers pro duce largo quantities of hay, oats and fod der upon which thevars fattened in win...

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. — 29 November 1871

2 4 It , Wt. . . . NOV KM HEK &I, 1S71 Maxim Tor Farmers. It H()(;U(J (Hricloy had written nothing but the following maxims, they alone Woullinai'k-liiiii-tt)-4iiiunifvaiied(tiul extensive information and of rare nnd val uable powers of Uofeervntfon. These max ims nro the concentration of wisdom on the farm, juid wo hopo our reiulersiwlll cut them out and preserve themf They pliould be posted up in a conspicuous .place and read every day. Success and indopenilenco are sure to come to him Who follows theih: 1 Only good funning' pays. Ho who sows or plants without reasouablo insu ranee of, good crops, annually, might bet ter earn wage of some capable, neighbor than work for to poor puyiuiibter, as hells certain to provo himself. 2. The good farmer is proved &uch by the Htendy appreciation of Ills crops. Any one may reap an ample harvest from, a fer tilo virgin soil ; the good farmer alono grows good crops at llrtt, and better and better over afterward., 3. It is easier to main...

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. — 29 November 1871

Jluo,vbillc flcLtcchln chronicle, cLltbnc5tian, llobcmber 211, 1371. i.,.,..;o v,avAa 1 1 uv v. , .. m a .1 11 mxx. WoRt-mnnie orAieiW ;Ref.eilliiil Ciirrleil Out. MadihoV, "Wis., xavi'iil.-Wrihbtirn ma jority -xlll hot reach lefi 'th'OUsnnd.' Nfcw Youk, NoWl!l. At l-lercn o'clock, tho stcntticr Jlnry Powell, with tlio rccojdion com ' mittecs nnd about Ave hundred person, Includ ing a largo number of ladios, proceeded down tho bnjv Over a thousand porons lmd iom bled at tho pier to witnoss their .depart ure. steamer was gaily decorated with ltussiari and American llngl. Nearly all tho 'ves&h In tho bav wero dressed with flu!?' nny pf.thoiu displuyiig tho, llussLin' colors., Uroadvay is lurongod with persons nwniting tho parndo, A great number arrived from tho coiintry on tho early' trains. Tho buildings In Broadway and other principal streets aro deco rated with flags. Tho Nationil Guard U out in full force. Tho' weather is lino alld tho recep tion will bo brilliant, At noon, Jl...

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. — 29 November 1871

4 .1. Hi- ,1 1 &bc ftulcchliT (ICbromele. RULE & RICKS, Publishers, Xumbcr 19 Market Place, Hunt Side. ti.k.us or suitscitii'Tiox. One copy, one year ; t- CO One copy, rix months ............... .............. 1 CO Ten copies, one year, .'. i,.,.,........,, 16 SO Twenty corks, one year 30 00 "WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 20, 1871. WEEKLY SUMMARY OF XEVTS. HOME. Tho Apaches aro again on the war path The Chinese murders of Los Angelos havo fled the country It is thought Tweed will escapo punishment through a flaw in his indictment. Tho grand event of tho week has been tho reception, at New York, of tho nation's guest, tho Grand Duke Alexis, of Russia, and his visit to "Washington; after seeing the President ho returned to New York, and took up quarters provided for him at the Clarendon Hotel General "Walker has been appointed Superin tendent of Indian affairs Oscar J. Dunn, Lieutenant-Governor of Louisiana, died on tho 22d Tho Pennsylvania Central has leased tho Pittsburg and Cleveland ...

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. — 29 November 1871

"WEDNESDAY. N0V(EMBE1V29,1871. sri;ii.n:v corn: Of tlio CiinoNlci.r. walled free to any ndilrcfs on ap ilicntlon. jtATi.s or Anvr.UTi.siNci is wfcr.niYV". Tn lines, or left, solid, to constitute a square. " t -.1 -g " rH U O - S 4 Ml $ CM $ 9 00 15 00 8 60 10 60 16 27 00 11 60 14 60 21 60 37 SO 14 00 18 00 30 00 it 00 10 60 23 00 SO 60 65 60 23 00 00 00 75 00 IK 00 a H a n 1 Square..., 2 Squares., 3 Squares.. 4 Squares.. t i co,$ 3 no 3 00 4 HI 6 (JO 7 SO C 00 y no 11 CD 14 60 30 00 5 Squares..,.., 12 ! Squares.. 18 00 To Delinquent1!. Quite n number of our patrons aro indobted to -us In small amounts. To them it is little, to ui, taken altogether, it is quite an item. "We are ..expected to pay cash for pupcr, ink, composition, &c. "Without tho aid of our patrons we can't do it, and our business suffers. "Wo appeal to our friends to settle these small amounts. You .can do it easily and it will be a great relief to, us. Please scttlo your accounts. Clicnp dim. After tho 1st of Ma...

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. — 29 November 1871

G -WEDNESDAY,.' . . SOVSMiBEK 29; 1871. OEOIKilA AM) FLOHIDA. Vncls Aliout Hie Kiildiix OutritBC") ninl the Homely licniiuiilesl YVliril thu OrKnnlxii tlun lm Done. "Washington-, D. 0., Nov. 18,. 1871. Thesiib-Commltteo of Congress Ui on uulro into tho condition of nllairB in Geor gia, Florida and ISorth and South Caroll na, of which Hon. Horace Mrtyhrtrd. of youVcity, Is Chairman, has completed its tour through tho Btatca named, rcnclilug this city to-day, noon. Tho Colnmlttpc held two sessions, one in Georgia ,at At lanta of twenty dnys.iuid one in Florida at -Jacksonville, of four duyti. - iDurluu-Uils time they cxninincd,0Hq hundred and thirty-eight wltiiesscs in' Georgia and thirty four in Florida ono hundred and seventy two in all, !lt8,labor3 havo been arduous, and, to tho able Chairman of tho Commit tee, laborious. I havo not heretofore deemed it expe dient to refer to tho character of tho testi in6ny elicited, but as the Democratic press of Georgia have, with a bitterness a...

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. — 29 November 1871

nt f THE, .'inn i i,u um - "r- OFITCB, IN Noma rnctft About tliv tJovcrnmpnt I'rnl liife lXnbliilMiK'iit nt Vttiiii(:toit Tins, Atnnmit nuil Cot of tlio ttrk Iiouo. KVAFjrTNOTON-, J). C!.r Nov. liO. Uncla Sanite munorons family are nil ftlvenito boast freely ,o( Urn way thing nro uono in their country. Wo linvo he.ir1,ln fourth bf July orations about the extent of his territory, of tho vnst valuo and variety of lite resources, of the wonderful energy nhd cntcrnrlso of Ills, children, and of tho unsurpassed growth In noimlntiou and. wealth of his country. I havo visited 'to day onb of tho departments of his, -govern-, inent whlchi considering its magnitude and "wonderful enpneity to lwrform the work assigned to It, nfl'ords a just caU3o for somethine of a boost. Tho Government printing ofllco in this city is, beyond question, tho most complete and largest establishment for that kind of work in the world. In its arrangement. Its outilt and Its results, it is something of which the cou...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 29 November 1871

&nobillt WMq wwlt, Mbbncgjtobcmbcr S3, 1371, ItK.ST. 1IT MRS. HOVLAXK. 1 lny mo down to sleep, With littlo thought or care Vhothcr my wnklng find 2lo hero or there. A bowing, burdened head, That only; nsks to rest, Unquestioning, upon A loving breast. yiy good right hand forgets Its cunning now, To march tho weary march I know not how. I am not eager, bold, or strong all that is past? I nm ready not to do At last, at last. ,. 3Iy half day's work Is done, And this is nil my part ; I giro n patient Ood ily patient heart, And grasp His banner still, Though all iU blue bo dim ; Thoso ftripes, no less than stars, Lead alter Him. Deacon Dodd onco feelingly eald ! About his Betsy, long since dead, " If favor an nngel loved n roan That angel, sir, was BcUy Ann ; If I happened to scold hor, sho was so meek, (Which tho Deacon did seven times a -week 1), tiho'd clap licr apron up to her eye, And novcr say nothin', but only cry." But, Indies, p rhaps you'd liko to bo told, That Deacon Dodd,...

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 December 1871

t tu YOL; II. KNOXVILLE,, XENN., WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 6. 1871. NO. 36. facts about east Tennessee. llomogcnounncflH of tlio People. d. XI.VHI. Unwarranted and untruthful reports have gone nbroad with regard to tlio ex istenco of feuds and acrimonious relations In our social economy. It has been our aim, on sundry occasion, to correct theso false statements, and thus disabuso tlio public hiind at n distance regarding them. Candor, of course, compels us to say that, at tlio closo of the Into war, thcro was much bitterness of feeling prevailing among tho two classes that were arrayed against each other on tho war question. This was na tural, and struck no one with astonish ment. Everybody expected it and looked for it. It was simply tho result of causes which wcro obvious, and, nt'the timo, un nvoIdnbleHappUy, all this1 has- given away and a'n era "6? good feeling now reigns everywhere throughout .East Tennessee Thcro nrd'hio malicious prosecutions' dis gracing our court rccords,aud no ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 6 December 1871

( $n0btlle Wtthl 0radt, Wittnwhx, gmmfcx , B7l "WEDNESDAY, ; . . DECE1LBEU 0, 1871 FKOM WASHINGTON. Some I'ncln About the Clinruen AKnlnnt Colonel Prosmcr mill Oriicrnl mokes Some IIoiiin tor Knoxvllle. Washington, D. C, Xov. 24, 1871. A community is often judged by the iharnctcr of the men chosen to rcpreocnt it. The people of n State are, therefore, interebted in choosing for their rulers or representatives men of ability nnd honesty. Iu this view I have taken somo pains to inquire into the facts relative to the charges recently preferred against several of the Government officials of Tennessee. The "Washington Patriot, of this city, Borne days ago, published a very severe at tack upon Colonel W. K. l'rosser, the Postmaster at Nashville. The facts were furnished and the article inspired by either ex-Senator Fowler or Mr. Emery, Colonel Prosscr's predecessor. The facts, even if as cnargeii, wouiu not nave lustmeu so malicious an article, and, as the case will work out, the silly ef...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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