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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 6 December 1871

One Hundred Years Ago. One hundred and ten j'enw ngo, there yns not a single while man In Kentucky, Ohio, Itidlann nhd Illinois. Tlien, wliat is the inost Nourishing nrt of America waa as llttio known ns the country' around the mysterious mountains of tlte moon. It was not until 1707 that Jlooneleft Ills home in North Carolina to become the ilrst set tler in Kentucky. The llrst nloheer of Ohio did, not settle until twenty years after this time. A hundred years ago Cauada belonged to France, and the population did not exceed a million and a hull of people. A hundred years ago tho great Frederick of Prussia was performing those grand ex ploits which have made him Immortal In military annals, and with his little mon archy was 8Ubtainl!ig a single-handed con test with Eussla, Austria and France, tho thrco great powers of Europo combined. "Washington was n modest Virginia colo nel, and the great events In history of the two words in which tlieso great but dis similar men took leading par...

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 December 1871

giunMte WM. M&M. Mcchln OTbrjoniclc. RULE & .RICKS, Publishers, Xiimbcr 19 Marketplace, Eatt Side. TI-.ItMK Or HPIWCKI1TIOX. One coiy, one year. - 52 One corr. ix monthf - Ten copies, nne year, 16 60 Twenty cories, one year SO 00 WEDNESDAY,. DECEMBER C, 1871. GovEMNon Campbell, of Wyoming, has signed the bill repealing the woman suffrage law in that Territory. ThU Is the only place where it hna been permitted, unif the fact that the laV is bo booh re pealed suggests that It wasn't popular nor desirable. TnEiinis hope that the disgraceful exhi bition of prize fighting will be frowned down by public opinion, now thnt tho roughs, the patrons of tho "manly art" are disgusted at tho extreme caution of Mace and Coburn in their late drawn light near Riggolette, Louisiana. Right after our National Thanksgiving comes the welcome report that the Nation al debt has been reduced during thomoiih of November, $3,402,030.18. And thus the good work goes on. Antl-Aministration papers wince u...

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 December 1871

$n0bilk Mcfchln tfnick ftttlcbncsfinir, -gcbnfe ft, IB7L WEDNESDAY." . DECEMBER 'c, 1871. t M J r PKcmr.xci.iK-i JDf thVCiwoxtCHtHialltd frceto anY ail 1 LL 4 t dress on np , t ltcatton. i HATCH or AOVRKTIHIXU IN WCCKtT. Ten lines, or let!, solid, to constitute a Square. iS a S ft o SPACE. 1 Square 2 squares..., 2 Squares..., 4 Squares..., 5 Squares..., 12 Squares..., 1 1 f I3M 1 4 ro 8 60 11 50 r, so 3 00 4 60 r, oo 7 50 18 00 io i 14,50 IS 00 2S 00 CO 00 a oo, 11 60 14 00 lli 60 S3 00 14 00 30 00 To Delinquent. Quito ft number of our patrons nro indebted to us in small nmounls. To them it is little, to us, taken altogether, it is quito an item. Wo nro expected to pay cash for paper, ink, composition, &c "Without tbo nid-of our patrons wo can't do it, and our business sutlers. Wo appeal to our friends to pottle theso small amounts. You can do it easily nnd it will bo a great relief to us. Please scttlo your accounts, r Married. , OntheCOth iilt., by liov.'J: 111 Ford, .Mr. .L J...

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

gitwittHe SBBtehia xmkle, Wthxtm& Qtmhfi , 1,871. 0 wiESDAY."' DECEMUEK 0, 1871. Hut tor, Cliccso ami Mllkt It requires about 10 qunrts of good to nuke ono iiound of butter, mm 10 ( oo il milk marts to make ono poll nu oi cnccse, It Is often n miction with fanners, how thoy can best iiiiuvm of their dairy nroilucts. If we con sider that tho pork produced from tho but termilk or whoy pays for tho extra trouble involved in the care of butter and cheese, tho account will stand nbout as follows, when butter Is selling at 40 cents a pound, dieeso at 11 cents, and milk at 3 cents per imnvf Out' nnuilli of buttor10 UU.irtS of niilk10 cents, or 2J cents per quart of milk. Ono pound of cheesc10 quarts of mUkll cents, or i i-n cents per quart for tho milk. In order to pay li cents per minrt for the milk consumed the pound of cheese would have to bo sold at 30 cents, or ono pound of butter at 50 cents. In tho neighborhood of large cities milk will command oven better prices than the above,...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 6 December 1871

Resolutions Extraordlaary. The State Senate has boen in the lmlilt of losing no opportunity to pass resolutions in honor of any notnblo visiting Nashville. Tho rebel Gcnornl Jolm C. Breckinridge nnd the Democratic CongreBsnian Win. K. Niblack, having both been honored at dif ferent times by "hlfalutin" resolutions, -n few daya ago a resolution In honor of the Russian Grand Duko Alexis wnB Intro duccd, it having been intimated that he would visit Nashville. Senator Gibson, thinking, no doubt, that this thing had been carried to a ridiculous excess, aud in order to burlcsquo nnd kill oil tho whole practice, ottered tho following resolution in lieu of tho Alexis resolution : SENATE joint resolution, TO no HONOR TO JOHN BMITJt. WJiF.nEAB, Honingo to greatness' nnd public wortli is a natural nnd noble im impulso in every human breast; nnd. Whereas, The expression of such hom age is meet and proper at all times, and is especially becoming when an illustrious stranger visits our land ; and...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 6 December 1871

icekpixw 11 in vroiin.i 1'AliT I. 'Ilnlv n linnnv II 1)01." llO Said : JrV Jlut tho gontlomnn turned away ins he: As If lm shrank from tlio smmliu slclit Of the hov who stood in tlio fulling light. "Oil! sir,1' lio slnmmored, "you ennnot'know,' And ho brushed from his matches the flakes of snow That tho sudden tear might bnvo cbnnco to full, "Or I think I think you would Ink o them nil. "llungry and cold, nt our garret-pane, Jtuby will watch till I come again, Jtringing tho loaf. Tho sun has sot Jlut lio hasn't a crumb of breakfast vet. Ono penny, and thon I can buy tho bread." Tho gentleman stopped : "And you ?" ho said, 1 ? 1 can put up with thorn, hunger and cold, But Iluby is ony fivo years old. 1 promised our mothor boforo sho went Jilio knew 1 would doit and died content I promished her, sir, through boat, through worst, 1 always would think of lluby first." Tho gontlcmnn paused nt his onen door Much talcs ho had often heard beforo ; lint ho fumbled his purso in tho twilight d...

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. — 13 December 1871

" ' Ijl ' " ' Mwn f i . j VOL. II. , 4JNUA.VJLLLE,,TENNM W BAY. DECEMBER 13, 1871. NO. 37. TENNESSEE. -ft ror s Chattanooga. NO. XUX, Chattanooga la tho county slto of Ham ilton county, and la ono. of tho moat Im portant points in the 'State. It la Impor tant as a railroad centro and also ax posses sing superior advantages aa a manufactur ing city. Nothing can prevent it becom ing ouu of tho moat Important cities In tho South. Few placos In tho South have mado such rapid strides on tho highway of progress and improvement sinco tho war as Chattanooga. . ' A special correspondent of tho Now York Tribune haa recently visited that place, and lias furnished somo points of Interest which wo propose to glvo in tho present number of our series, and which cannot but prove interesting to those de siring to emigrato to East Tennessee. Ho says : This section is" not ono for a drono ; tho soil gives forth Its product only to careful Industry, tho rivers arc not largely stocked with llsh, or tho ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 13 December 1871

gn0jgbill gjKjcrftlji JJitklpjBMtgbiqy, gacmkr 13, 1871. "WEDNESDAY. M. . DECEMIJKll 18,11871! Who 1TII1 'Make the Experiment. Mv attention lin.s recently been directed -tathe"cultur6 or thb""Vctrtrir tlitf rhfrboTTe, of manufacturing HUgar. From some fuels in.mytiwscfsloii, I am fully warranted in the awertlon that tills business can be "prolitabljprosecuted,by the farmers' oT Jcusi lennesfaee. Tliev are aware tuat there is nd'trouulc and but little expense attending the culture of this vegetable. It win grow any wiiero ana in any sou. .111 fact, in tills part of Tennessee they grow enormously large. I have seed them of liUgc proportions. Our climate ami soil arc admirably adapted to their highest tie veldpihent. Thoy are hardy und prolific j every husbandman knows this to bo true. Heretofore they have only been esteemed for their esculent properties to bo boiled, sliced and eaten. Ueyond this but few have regarded them ns of any value. Time, however, Is about to demonstrate mat tn...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 13 December 1871

iU?flllf(cl the rrcsldcnt's Message. "V6 glvo tho following oxlrnctH fromtW' President's Message, ns we llml it In our exchanges : tHl OUH KUUKKIN RELATIONS. TJiq relitloiw of the UnlteO. Stolen yrllli foreign 'pvbicqufiiiuo to1 Ikj tfri'eiidlv. Tho year lias been an eventful one, in wit nessing two great natiotiH, Breaking one luugtuigo anil having one lineage, settling, by peaceful arbitrations, disputes of long standing, and liable, at any timo. to bring those nations into bloody conflicts.! An example" lias thus been set which, if suc cessful in Its ilnal issue, may lie followed by other civilized nations, and be the ilnal means of returning to productive industry millions of men now maintained to settle tho disputes of nations by tho bayonet and broadsword. I transmit herewith a copy of tho treaty alluded to, -which lias been concluded sinco the adjournment of Con gress, with herUritannic Majesty, and a copy 01 inc protocol 01 inc conicrences 01 tho Commissioners by whom it was...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 13 December 1871

$noMc WUthUi (tlpmMt, TOmsrimg, gfomfar 13, 1B7L 4 RULE & KICKS, Publishers, Xumbcr 19 Market Plate, Fast Side. Triors or sjjhsciuptiox. Oeo copy, one yenr, ...... ,....) . $2 00 One copy, tlx mtmOif,. 1 00 Ten coplcf , one year,) - 16 M Twenty copies, ono year, 30 00 WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 0, 1671. WEEKLY SUMMARY OF NEWS. HOME. There was heavy ico In the Potomac oa the Oth j tbo cold was great In the Northweet', three hundred canal boats wore ice-hound in the State ol New York A district court in Now Orleans has decided that lira. Gaines is not the heir of David Clark A stallion, valued at $50,000, died in Louisville on the Cth The postal telegraph proposition has been defeated in Congress Hon. J. M. Smith, Speaker of tho llouse of Representatives of Georgia, has been nominated by tho Democratic convention for Governor Tho Tennessee Legislature has fixed tho tax at forty per cent Tho incomo lax oxpires by limitation on tho COth inst Tho Grand Duko Alexis visited Boston on tho 7th ...

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. — 13 December 1871

$hwbilfe Wicthty Ctyxankk, Mttmcsbajy, gjtccmbcr 13, 1871, WEDNESDAY,. . , . DBCKMDEK 0, 1871. specimen copies Of Ihc Chroniclr Mailed free toNiny ddres on p jdlcation. BATCH or'AUi'EKTIHIXG IX WCKKIX Ten Unci, or less, solid, to constitute a square I 8 I A a 5 1 Square. ... 2 Squires... 3 pq u ares... 4 Squares. 5 Squares 12 Squares.. ;$ i ;$ 3 k $ 4 SO $ C 50 10 50 14 60 14 00 1900 10 60 23 60 30 00 J15 0O 3 00 4 50 0 00 8 M 11 to 14 00 16 60 27 00 37 50 45 00 55 50 90 00 U 00 U to 14 00 30 00 G 00 760 IS 00 S8 00 GO 00 .tjh) 23 00 75 00 To Delinquents. , Quito r numbbr of our patrons aro indobted to U3 in small amount. To thorn it U little, to, us, tkon altogether, it is quite an item! fYYo'.nro expected to pay cash for paper, ink, composition, &c. "Without tho aid of our patrons wo enn't Jo it, nnd our business suffers. "Wo appeal to our friends to sottlc tbeso small amounts. You .-.an do it easily and It will bo a great relief to us. Please scttlo your nccounts. Largo stock...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 13 December 1871

DECEMHKll 73, lo7l SKNATOJliTJtUJIUL'LL'S VIEWS. XO llIVJSlO.V IX TIIK mU'lIlI.HJ.VN I'AItTV. Tlic llclciil "1 iJrunt noulil luiilR n Jtc ncllnn nt the Soutli. Qwluy to tlio position which Judge Trumbull has for somo time occupied iu politics, his declarations now nro of more than ordinary interest. He is universally acknowledged to ho n man of groat ability, of profound sagacity, and of uninipcacha blo integrity, and whatever wo may have thought of his course in the past, wo havo always given him credit for tlicso things. A special to the Louisville Courier-Journal, dated "Washington, December ad, de tails the following conversation had with him recently i I havo just had detailed to mo, by a prominent Southern politician, the partic ulars of a conversation, had within tho last ilny or two, with Senator Trumbull, of Illinois. Mv informant, who is himself an ex-United States Senator, states that ho met Judge Trumbull in tho library of Con gress, and that after exchanging saluta tion...

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. — 13 December 1871

.rrnw amrjoiw" war DrugM aud McsJUcIhcn. :Txr't jrit-tiurr k jit Ilnt'tlunrc nd Cutlery. i .) Si Itcnl KHtatc. 14 f OUR WA8HINUTOX LETTKK. '.Tlio rrs-ftltlciil MtswnKt) in iowRrelTCl Tho Ifoiiae commltitw nnrt iliclr lui. ..pvrtititcfv-JllHcrUnncoimllrin. tCottMiiondcnce "Knoxvllle Chronicle Wasihsciton, D. (J., Dec. 4, 1871. Tiw assembling of Congreesto-dny served to draw to the city ni inimeine number of visitor. The galleries of IkjUi Houses were tilled. Tho event of the duy was, of courec. tho President's menage. It was read to both Houses from manuscrl h, and before It was read, It may bo wild that but r very few JcneY of its contents. As I said la n pre vious letter, it was tills President's own work.. Ab I telegraphed, It was received with enthusiasm by tho President's friends and With evident surprise by his oppo nents. It is so eminently sensible and business like, deals so reasonably, tomper .ately but sagaciously with all questions that It has uiqt with less criticism, 't...

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. — 13 December 1871

ffiwrebillc ffijfoehlij (jr0Kttlcr 1871. "TTJIK'HEPARATIOX. ' BY JOA'jOiy M1LLKH. 1 havo but dono what I would do ovor, Did 1 find oncvwortliy of eo much. devotion : And,6tiindIt)glJicro with my clean hands fold ed, Above a bosom whoso enmo is courage, Tlio only regret that hiy hentt discover; w Is thtit I should do'uiid hixvo dnrod so frrontb" I'or tho lovo of ono who deserves so little. 2fny, sny no more, nor attempt to approach mo ; This tcn-fcet lino lyinjr now between us tJlmll novcr bo loss ivliilo tho land hat measure. Scot night is forgetting tho oust in Uio lionv ens; Tho birds jiipo shrill and tho beust howl an swer ; Tho red sun reaches his nrm from tho ocean, And tho dusk unci tho dawn kiss hands good by, Butnot forever, ns do you nnd I. VVXHVJi KXTIIAOIUIINAUY. A Toni'Iilntr Itullnd, IicIiik Alt Sin's First );il'ort nt Kusllsh l'oclr.v. Srtllio Salter, she wns n young teacher who tnught, And her friend, Clinrlcy Church, was a preach' or who nr.iurlit: Thouch his enemies...

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. — 20 December 1871

wm mm" . (Ekvmdt J A . I I i T-r ' 1! VOL. II. KNOXVILLE, TEm WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 20, 1871. NO'. 3$.E? JT f Tlie Work We Have 15 c fare Vh. xo. l. An extended tour througlf fifteen Stales and close observation of the pcoplo,resources and Inducements of the country through which the- writer has 'passed, lmvo but -strengthened the convictions entertained twelvo mouths ngo, when the series of articles, of which this is part, was de termined upon that East Tennessee was more favored by natural advantages than any section of tho Union, Looking back now over tho varied resources of the sections, visited, from the orange groves of Florida to tho ice bound lakes and rivers of tho ex treme North, from the sandy, unproductive pine wastes of Sorthern Georgia and tho Carollnas to tho highly cultivated farm gardens and fruitful vineyards of New York and Ohio, we seo new reasons for hoping that in this delightful climate freo alike from tho extreme rigors of Northern winters and tho oppressive he...

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. — 20 December 1871

Jlnosbillt SSIechljj (Ifljrjomrlc, Mtfomsbajr, gwcmkr 2Xf, 1871. WKDNKSDAY, . . . DKOEMBEK 20, 1871. Tobacco liaising. Mi:ssim Editors : I must call your at tention to an Important brunch of IikIuh try which sdiould bo fostered In East Ten ncsiec. It Is that of raising tobucco. The more I Htutly this question, tho more I urn convinced thnt it should lio looked into and Investigated by tho formers. If they will do this, I nm satisfied that they will entertain favorable, opinions touching the matter. There are few sections of the world bet ter adapted to the growth of this staple than Last Tennessee. This opinion is based upoil tho limited experiments al ready made by competent parties. Tho tobacco produced. I nui sure, Would com pare favorably with that produced in the best tobacco districts in Virginia or Con necticut. At the first fair held near tills city since the wnr,thero was on exhibition n quality of leaf tobacco raised in Knox county that could not be excelled. I iicard seve...

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. — 20 December 1871

glnm'billc Mcchljr (j0wcfo, S&lrtmcsimiT, gcrcmbcr 0 1871. r 3 -- - MLX -St "WEDNESDAY, . . . DKOE3IUEK 13 1871 UOVEItNlIEXT CLAIMS. . . , Letter from Senator llroivnlou. IJNITKD (-STATES SKKATi: ClIAMIlKIt, AVasuinuton, Duo. 11,1871. -Eurrons Chronicle: I tako occasion throtigli tho columns of your paper to inuko a few plain BtntementH to those linvlng claims ngnlnst thoGovernmoutof tlio Uni ted States), some of whom lmvo written mo, during tho brief period I lmvo been hero, urging tho payment of their clnlms by speelal nut of Congress. That many others aro preparing to present their claims for payment by having bills) introduced, I have learned through dHl'eront sources. Now I havo this to say : That I am not a claim agent and will not attempt to pre ho nt tiny luan'a claim, as I am otten asked to do, beforo tho department. There- is and for yours hus been u law of tho United States prohibiting members of Congress prosecuting claims against tho Govern ment, and imposing penalt...

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. — 20 December 1871

IliMbillc Mttlit) Cfemnid tSkbiTP&ttjtt !cccmbcr S(f, I87L )c. Mlcchln CiDi.onicTc. RULE & RICKS, Publiabors, Xumbcv 10 Market riacc, J'asl Side. ti:k.mn or smtstmn'xioy. Ono co)y, ono year Onc cops', lx month.' 1 Ten coiucf, ono year 16 60 Twenty copies, ono year ,. SO 00 WEDNESDAY, . . . DECESIHER 0, 1871. SUBSCRIBE .rOR THE CHRONICLE...! Wo hope our friends throughout East Tenuesseo appreciate the Importance of circulating a reliable Republican paper among tho people, and will aid us lii plac ing our Weekly in tho hands of as many as possible. 3f tho peoplo keop correctly advised of current events, they will vote right. We invite attention to our terms, published in another column, and hope our friends will help us along. WEEKLY SUMMARY OF SEWS. jio.ui:. Small pox lias boon increasing in Brooklyn. A turbulent Internationalist meriting was held in Now York last week A number of banksand cotton firms in New York aro report ed suspcnilod ; supposed to bo on accourit'of tho s...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 20 December 1871

- o Of the CimOKlCl.E rrialletl.frco lo'any' address on up- Pllcntlon. - " " KATIES or AT)VJEKTISI.4 IS Vl!RKfiY Ten lines, or less, toll J, to constitute a snuorq - V r -- - . it C y 1 9 oo" is oo Hi CO 27 00 SI 50 37 50 30 00 45 00 .I50 55 50 ,75 00 WOO I.! H X'6iuireT(fi..S 'lico 8'50 4 60 "ol?i Miuarci.. .i i 4 SO 1 O'OO 7 fin Itt nn a oo ooo 11 60 14 00 X &0 n w II 00 III 60 1U 50 00 28 00 3 Square 4 squares.., 5 Squares.., 12 Square!.., Ttf -f- 31 30 00 To DclluqnciilN. Quito a number of our patrons aro indebted to us in email amounts, To thorn it U little, to us, union aiiogoiucr, it is nuito nn item, wo uro expected to pay cash for paper, ink, composition. &c. "Without tho aid of our patrons wo can't do it, and our business suffers. "Wo appeal to our friends to sottlo these small amounts. You can do it easily and it will bo a great relief to us i icasa seme your accounts. Stock"riicep AViuiteil. I wish to buy an unlimited lot of stock shoop, wbero lots of lrom two to...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 20 December 1871

0 The KcTCiiue 1)111. The following In tho rovonuo bill hh It lhinlly pasMotl both Houses of tho Legisla ture: Section 1. Ho It enacted by tbo Goiicrnl Assembly of tho Btnto of Tenneee, that tho SUito taxou every ono hundred dollars worth of property, upon which taxes are by law assessed lor Htato purposed ahull bo forty cents. Bee. 2. lie it further enacted, that auc tion 1 of an net passed May -1, 1800, be bo amcndetl aa to read, on each presentment or indictment:, live dollars. Bee ;(. lie it further enacted, that u tux of live dollars tshall hereafter bo imposed upon each defendant lu Btnto cases in the Supremo Court, where said defendant has the cost to pay. - Bee. 4. lie it further enacted, that crim inal causes submitted under tho small of fense, laws, before n Justice of tho Peace, h Statu tax.of. two dollars Ju each .caao, In addition to , the fine imposed. , And tho bond roquired'to' Iw executed by section 6004 of tle Codo of Tennessee, by Justices of tho Peace, shall bo h...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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