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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 20 December 1871

fvnm'Inllc Mcthl) (!mutU, Mrimcsiwij,grcmkr 1371. Tho Narrow Gauge Koad. Kihtohs CmiONicLKJ In tuUHtion to the facts ulrciuly pref-eiited rolativo to tho new railroad from Clifton to Knoxvllle, nud the country through which It Is to pass, tho iiuoritlon Is nnturally asked, how tho French llroad Valley derived the name of tho Great KreucU J 1 road Valley. After looking up tho authorities and Investiga ting ancient and modern literature, It was not found to he derived either from tho .Latin or tho Greek, hut from tho vast ex tent of her territory, the depth, richness .jind fertility of her soil, her water power, line timber, mineral springs, unit water, and 'scenery, the grandest of tho grand, jind tho sublimestof the sublime; all theno Items combined make up the sum total of her greatness. The valley is bounded on the north by Bay's Mountain and on tho south by English's Mountain; across the valley from mountain top to mountain top is. about an average distance of thirty miles; from ...

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. — 20 December 1871

l&nojririllc WxthljT 0iurk, TOtntcsbag, gmmkr 210, 1821. 8 XEWS-SUMMAKY; Two more ' fnd!8tmnt 1 lihVo been found nirninst Connolly in Now York. Tho Xnw York Tribune lias opened its winter campaign on bcnnlor uoiiKiing. Thn Vnw York Tribune is well l)lco.cd with tho now Attorney General's vtows on pressing rcforni9.in tho pnblio forvice. r;nvitnN(tii HoKFStAN. of Now York, will rfr commend tho LcRiilnturo to pass a luw prohib iting in tolo nil hununy parades. I' Thurlow "Weed rifti Written a, letter in reply Id nornu strictures of bnmuel J. Tildcn'p. unon Mr Scwnrd, defending tho Itittor i a puro, upright puDiiooiuccr. "Whitolnw Keid. tho mnnnclnc editor of tho Now York Tribune, Is to deliver a courso of lectures to tho ttudonU of tho. Now lork Col lege, on "Journalism." All tho pension offices in Ohio aro filled by ono-leggeu soldier. Gen. Jlrowne, just ap pointed nt Cincinnati, lost his leg in Sharmnn's famous Atlanta campaign. Jonx "Wkklkv IlAnrsn. eldest son of John Harper, o...

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. — 27 December 1871

3llo:i"! TV lT't,- - " mm MMHgCT:rer tia m. X .'H-HI II I mi will YOL. II. FACTS ABOCT EAST TENNESSEE. !lno County ItN, JLocutloii, pnfatlon and Area. lle- i . NO. 1,1. Knox county is situated in the very heart and center of East Tennessee It is cqubdlstnnt from the northeastern iiml southwestern boundary of thfo suction of the State. It has about seven thousand voters oud a population a little upward of forty thousand. Its area is flvo hundred and Hcventy-threo Hnuaro miles and eon- tains three hundred and sixty-six thou sand Devon hundred and twenty acres of land. ITS SOIL AND PRODUCTIONS. The county having two large rivers, the Tenncsseo and French Broad, llowlng through it and many creeks, roma of them considerable size, it consequently has a great deal of bottom laud and many Islands and valleys that are extremely fertile. Some of the uplands nro also very pro ductive uud easily cultivated. Much of tho best lands in the county have not yet been cleared and will not bo for some ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 27 December 1871

2 $tmrbillc WXtchlu pnmtU, W&tfoxctijn, gmmbxr 27, 1871. "WEDNESDAY, . . .' DECEMBER 27,f II RATHER TO. THETOINT: Kcnrcscnfallrc Freeman oiidip Kuklux. 7V;,.,., nf (I.,. 10(1. llshcs In full a very nblo nnd vigorouB Hjiecch onion. A. A. Freeman, on the ku klux rcBolutious.of Mr, Cheater, introduc ed lii'tlio House of Representatives nt Nashville on the 8th hint. The resolutions denied the existence of kukiux in juiuuio aim west Tennessee. During the course of his remnks Mr. Free man said : WJieafdld tho, organization commonly known as Kuklux eeaso toexiit? 1 ' Mr. Harris. The supposed Kuklux or ganizations ceased when tho Radical par ty ceased drilling negroes in our midst for insurrectionary purposes. Mr. Freeman. am glad to.hear from a gentleman who seems to speak from tho card, but allow mo tosay to the gentleman from Shelby, that while it may bo true that the organization a such may have ceased to exist, as ho says.itis nevertheless true that squnds and numbers of that or ga...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 27 December 1871

1 THE'VlViL sisiiviCE. Outline of Old Comtnlsmi4)ii'fNciicriio Rorot'ini 1 Tho Washington correspondent of the tNev Ydrk Tltnc gives ilio following as the Mnln polntn of tho report of the Civil Service Commission, to regulate tho civil eervlco of th Government. ' Tho llrst feuturo is' vesting in tllo I'resU dent nbbollitely the power of refnovnl from ofllco without ttsslgnmont of cause This tho Commission ueljovo to bo n power vested by tllo Constitution and not change able, overt if desirable to chongo: APPOINTMENT AND PROMOTldN. Tho next principal feature of tho scheme is tho regulations governing tho operations' of appointment, and promotion in tho ser vice. These arc: First, entrance into tho service at tho lowest point; second, com petitive examinations at that point, and at every succeeding stago; third, probation; fourth, promotion ; Attn, no flxed tenure, leaving tho power of removal untouched, as above stated. EXEMPTIONS. Tho next fenturo is tho scheme of ex emptions contem...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 27 December 1871

KULE & KICKS, Publishers, 'utnbcr 10 Market Place, East Side. tkiimn oi' siiustniPTiosr. Ouecojpy, one j cur, ............. $2 00 Onetbj'j, sUwflnths - .... 1 00 Tea eofilef, nneycar, - I" 60 Twcntj ooilc, one year, - - 30 00 WEDNESDAY, . . . DKCEMBEIl 27, 1871. SUBSCRIBE ,F0S THE CHBOJTICLE, We hone our friends throughout East Tenncscb appreciate the importance of circulating ft reliable Republican paper among the people, and will aid us in plac ing our Wbi:kly In the hands of as many ns possible. If the people keep 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 SOMMAItr OF XEWS. iio.m:. Suiall pox is spreading in Eastern cities Olivo Logan married Wirt Sykes on tho 19th. Three hundred and sixty surveyors of dis tilleries have been discharged The Cubans liavo hope of relief Irora the United States President Grant's father had a paralytic stroko in Covingto...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 27 December 1871

.1 WKdSMa1;J . 5ltet3lR 27, 1871. ...Kirceistrx wiks Of thi CriHoxitiM nlftllMl frtclo any adtlrtw on up rllcationi' - 1 ' ' T r jt ri ,11 " If 7 1 I KATI'.S1 OV ADVr.HTINtNCJ IX Wl.nKLY. Ten linc& or1? iolidtA constitute a squnrc. '5 I I. V Bluaro..i..:l 3 BqttArct ..'.... 4 Squnrcj $a Ki$sto J.4tt ..SCO tow $ 9 oo tis oo 10 fiOi 27 00 21 Ml 37 60 30 00 1 45 00 SO 501 Mi M 75 00 W) 00 .1 UU DW 4 50 am fi on 1? Ml iq fio 14 no 11 HI 14 ( 1ft M) w oo; JH IK) ! r-quurn.,..A 7 roi-n 00 2 EqUftr.M.L.ljTS.OWnS 00 CO 00 WnrntiiR to Subscriber. "Wo havebcen sending tho Cunoxiui.K to some .subscribers whdso subscriptions havo oxpirod. I'VHbilAnuutbprdvcryuchnamowIU bo ro tated, frdrri our,"booTs, and hereafter por.spns who want our paper must renew promptly at Jthe expiration of their lime. Unless 'special or omp'omentsnroinadcwowill always diconllnuo Iho OiiKQSiuLK ut the expiration of tho term of juiWrinlton. Our mailing clerk lins noiitivo instructions on tiU point, and its bo doc? n...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 27 December 1871

WEDNESDAY, . . . DKOEilUEK 27, 18H Answer to Seven Inquiries. i. doubt, rnlslnc chickens for mark- et "as food," will pay bettor thnu ralsibfr pork "ns food." U. 1,000 or 2,000 hens, or more, can bo kept profitably on nfarui of ono hundred acres as layers only. With tho average price of egKs in Now York city,, liens as layers would nctt at least fifty cents jicr Head per annum. ;j. The farm would pay better If the pro duction of eggs aud chickens for market were comumcti. 4. Experiments havo been tried bv tlm undersigned, proving the profitableness of producing eggs auu cmcKens lor market on a small scale. 5. The only cause of failure Is want of proper caro and suitable arrangements. If x can maKo nuy nens pay a Jianusomo pront, wny cannnot 10,000 be made to pay under tho same management ? 0. Incubators aro insufficiently known, 7. I would recommend tho Licht Bran ma for several reasons : Thov n. n. lmnlv bird and raised easily, mature early, and a fence four feet high keeps them. 8...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 27 December 1871

FAMOUS RETRENCHMENT; COMMITTEE. How Appointed ixr.tt' Who Compoao It. Ah tlio DcmocrnUd press hnrt tnkon" great plensuro in giving publicity to the disa greement of RcpUbllrtui Senators on the question of appointing n special connnlttco on retrenchment, it may bo well enough to briefly stato tho fncbi. The ortglnni motion of Senator Trumbull was to mako tlio commlttco a special bno and arm it with special prlviloges. Mr. Anthony's amendment was to mako tbo commlttco a Htandlng commlttco of tho Senate, and re fer to It matters for investigation ai. devel opments demonstrated them necessary. On these propositions tho debate took wide latitude, and. at llmea, grew acrimonious. Anthony's reso lution was adopted and the following gentlemen wero elipsen as tho committee : Messrs. Uucklngham, of Connecticut ; Pratt, of Indiana ; ilowo, of Wisconsin ; -Harlan, of Iowa : Stowart, of Novada ; Pool, of North Carolina and llojjnrd, (Democrat) of Delaware. When tills cominiUeo was chosen tho opp...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 27 December 1871

XCI j c.vitnir.u.s' ciiiu.st.iiak iii:etixo TO TI1R liilrt)UH'nml I'rloiHlMof llic Kiioxvlllo Chronicle. iiv rii.is u. M'otmnv, Hsu. Slaiuj: nineteen hundred years ago, ( To sln-stainod, suffering earth below, 1'fiuto from tlio Holy Heiivon above, U'ho message of a Suvior's lovo j . . "When Israel's shophords' heard tlio sonjf, , ,i And eiiw tlio olittorinir nnccl throne;. - '. .U "Whose Ticavon-tttncd voices, hymning high, i Enlrancttd iho bar with melody; r AVhioh eaiiki with music's loftiest Swell, To hail thy birth. Emmanuolt Por Oils mvoko tho ecstatic hymn, Front slowing Hps of seraphim j !NoVr flowed Wore, on mortal car. 1 i v" tfnch sontids ns now tho shepherds hear; .Nor over shall slich sounds again ' Urciik oil the raptured car of man, .,, Till, rising to his nativo sky, Ho put on immortality. For this, too, flamed that herald star. Guiding from .Eastern lands afar, Tho enquiring sages' weary feet, Until in David's ancient scat, ('nulled within u manger's bound, Tho long ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 3 January 1872

. .. VOL. II. JCNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 3, 1872. NO. JO. FACTS AUOUT EAST TENNESSEE. Sonic Points of Ocncrnl Intercut. NO. Ml. Wo havo so many letters or huiulry J u 1 . ....... . re- garding our cllinato, soil, Ac, tlint It is necessary for us to repeat Homo,. general nicis oiiener man wo wouuirwo were giving Information only to regular reader.. "yVo have received during the past week .many letters from the- North, complaining about tho extreme cold there, and asking about our climate, Somo correspondents say they had colder weather last week than at any time for sixteen years. We nit writing In our ofileo without firo and read of tho thermometer way down below zeroi Wu jido out and. ceo our (farmers ploughing and como baek'lo lee In .some .paper from the North accounts of gather ing Ice twelve inches thick, for summer. Wo look over our ' flics and see from our weather reports that our mean tempera ture last week was -1 1 above zero, and we wonder. why pcoplc.who want a...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 3 January 1872

n0sbitk SMiljj 0mdc, rtnwsbncjr, gmumrj) tf, 1871. VTEDNKSDAY,". . .7 JANUARY 3, 1871. -as- - at -is- -lar -a l'atronlzo Home Institutions. Kmtous Chuoxkli:, In the Weekly CiiiioNicli: Dec. loth thuio.nppeiued an article with the above title, whcro you htnteit the fact thut the people of tho Pouth were not ns willing as they ought to be to buy articles.. of.hoiucmauufacture, and thnt it was their duty and for their in terest to buy freely from tho manufac turers of their own Bcction. Now, al though tho articloi was more particually addressed to tho merchant, it is n well known fact that they buy thnt which they can Hell the liosUnnd thus tho fault seems to lay at tho door of the South ern consumer. I have seen the same charge often published In other papers, and have heard it asserted by the manufacturers themselves, and as n citizen of the Soutli and a fanner, I wish to state a few facts to show that the blame lays notwllh us, but with manufacturers entirely, and that the true reas...

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. — 3 January 1872

&nn(nl(c fcthli '0mdc, tt&cimcsimjr, Kanuarj) .3, 1871. 3 The resident nml tlio I'nrty. IFrom Harpers' Weekly. Ono of tho clearest nnd most vlgoro us of political writers lu this nation Is George W. Curtis, editor of Jlarjicrs' Weekly. Vnr removed from all corrupt Inilueuces j edi tor of n paper that sends Its three huudred thousand weekly messages all over tho world; of great sagacity and conspicuous. Integrity, his judgment Is entitled to tho greatest respect. Of tho Retrenchment Committee debate and tho assaults upon the President ho says : If, indeed, tho President can bo shown to bo personally implicated In dishonest dealings, tho seutlment of the Republican party, which now demands his renomiua tlon, would instantly change. But for more than two years tho attempt to impli cate him has been mado with a steady fe rocity, only surpassed by its futility. In every way, by every kind of fnlso asser tion and malignant inuendo, the assault has been urged upon tho private and p...

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. — 3 January 1872

tgljc MccMn (i0iutlc. -. - t - - cjs: tar-itr IlUIiE & HICKS, Publishers, Jritmlcr 10 Market Place, Fm&I Side. tkujks or Ntinsotii'Tiox. Ono CCpy, uno yeilfi t2 00 One corr, tlx month, 1 00 Ten corior. fine year,. U ' 10 W Twenty eppic;, ono year, i...J 00 "WEDNESDAY JANUARY B, 1672. SUBSCRIBE FOrtHE CHRONICLE. Wo hope our friends throughout Knst Tennessee appreciate the importance of circulating iv relinblo Republican paper among the people, and will aid us in plac ing our Wkhkia In the hands of as many as possible. ' If the people keep 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 NEWS. iiohi:. The Soldiers' HomcntKnightstown, Indiana, lias been burned Alexi3 will bo in St. Louis on the Cth Iter. K. J. Ilrenckcnridgo is dead Several vessclo bavo been wrecked during tbe week on the Atlantic coast Nino hundred and twenty-eight tobacco factori...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 3 January 1872

T; " T"T T ' -. - J- nii::ijii:.v :oni:s Of tho CdROXIcr.E dialled free o any address on an I Hcatlon. i r kati:n or Avr.itTiNiN in wr.KKir. Ten liner, or less, solid, to constitute a square, I AVrcntftfRflAV '. . .lA-NtlAHY !!. 1872. r H. i a e ' I w 4 w) row '8if)0 10W UlbO KUI 1100 100 10 fO 23 00 ai oo co oo CI I r-i S 9 OojtlS 00 1 Square "J 1 17);$ 3 M 1! Squares I H (Hi G 00 3 Squared l 4 M .'9 OO 4.nu.lres n 0 (10 11 M) JU fill l!7 OU 23 DO 30 OO 39 BO 75 01)1 37 H 45 00 65 60 90 00 ri Squares ' 7 N) It 00 12Squarc 'I 18 001 30 00 AVnriilnir to Kubwrrlltcr. Wo havo lioon sending tho CiinoNir-i.r. to somo subscribers whoso subscriptions havo expired. "With this number every such namo will bo rc raEod from our books, and hereafter persons who want our paper must ivtjiriu promptly at the cspiratloit niheir I'm'r. Unless rpecial ar rangements nro made wo wiil always discontinue the CiinoNn i.K at tho expiration of tho term of cubscription. Our mailing clerk has posilivo instruct...

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. — 3 January 1872

$Ur0billc Mtchlg Cbrmiick, Mrtwcstmn, muuwg 1871. G "WEDNESDAY, JANUARY , 1872. Narrow Gnugo from Clirton to Knoxville. Editors CitiioNKiK : Tlio Idea of Charleston, "Wilmington, Norfolk and ItichmoiiU being connected with Knox vlllo by n now link of railroad extending from Clifton to tho latter placo appears to boa foregone conclusion, and is no longor spoken of as a matter of novelty or told In worda of Kilo jest. Public necessity de mands it : and public sentiment will force it through. Those "who were tho least sanguine and tho most indiileront toward tho enterprise at first now acknowledge It to bo only a question of time, and that timo to bo measured or calculated by the energy, generosity and combination of tho pcoplo along tho lino. At present Jeflcr son county enjoys tho privileges and ad vantages of two railroads, tho East Ten nessee, Virginia and Georgia Itoad run ning through her north side, and tho Cin cinnati, Cumberland Gap and Charleston Jtoad across her cast end, at...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 3 January 1872

tu0bilfe SStchlg Cjjrmriclc, Mcbircstmir, $ ammviT 3, 1871. TUB KUKLUX TUIAl. The Defense ol Itpvcnly .ToIiiinuii lie lie iioitiices lliu OittrnKcau BAiriMow:, Doc. 0. Rovcrdy John son, In nn argument In behalf of kukluxnt Columbia on Monday Inst, used tho follow ing extraordinary languago toward his own clients, reported verbatim: "Neither my distinguished friend Mr. Stanberry nor myself are hero to defend or justify or palliate any outrages that may have been perpetrated in your State by the association of kuklux. J have listened with horror to somo of tho testimony which has been brought before von. Tho outrages proved have been shocking to hu manity; uioy nuruit nemicrorjUBtuicauon nor excuse; they violate every obligation which law and nature Impose upon men. These men rumear to have been alike ln- pensiblo to tho obligations of humanity ami religion, mis uie uay win come, How ever, if it has not already arrived, when they will deeply lament It. Even If lus- tico should not ove...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 3 January 1872

I From Harpers' Weekly.' Till", ASSvfilttlMJ "WK. A JJJSW A K.Vll H DOMI. Tho clock on llio sliclf drops musical (lowers, Marking in motisuro tlio tuncriil time, "While my lovo nnil I livo magical hours, For It nnswors my heart in riiyinc, s in quaintest fashion it sooms to say, Tho old, tho old, Is passing awny." 1 know not, indeed, if iny lovo comoherc For lovo of mc, or from guosa of his That without him life is not half so dear In places that know how awoot hois ; lint tlio clock nn tho shelf is quick to fay, "Oh1, douht, old doubt, is passing nwny. 1 Or why with tho restful hours docs he como Making and singing tho divinost songs, If his wonry heart has not found n home, And hU lnvn n nnmn which to 1110 bolonES Do you flatter mc, clock, when I hear you say, "Old grief, old grief, is passing away?" LfHt'night ho staid long for tho season's sake, Till tho Old Year vanished and entered tho New ; . "For tho Old and tho Now your hand I take,': "VVoro his simple words, hut they thril...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 10 January 1872

iff . fcAP'ii I ,1 1 - d C . jvr vv v jljujuiy, jl Ji i . , v Jb U1N iloJJA Y. . ,) A IN U Alt 1 JU, J87 2. NO. 41. FACTS ABOUT EAST TENNESSEE. Wlinl a Northern Mnn Thinks ol Vs; No. Mil. MrEbeiiezer Stevens, ofow, York, has recently visited EastTc'nnessee with n view to making investments here, and ho was so favorably impressed with what he Eaw here, that ho lias addressed us v long letter on the subject, from which wo glvo ex tracts. Ho visited tho marble quarries on tho lands of Horaco Foster, Esq., of this county, and says of them : "I cxamiued these (marries carefully and must say thntl am astonished to sec such a vast quantity of such rich and beautiful variegated mar ble, lying undeveloped ; such marble us is in great demand in all the cities of tho East and West, and would afford such n vast revenuo to the country." Sneaking of funning luuds near McMillan's Station, ho says, "they are as lino farming lands os I have seen any wherc.and tho society is of tho very best." Ho sav...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 10 January 1872

$lir0billc SSSftcIUjT Cljrjoivklt, SSBWbnxsbnjj, anuarn Hf, 8Z WeDNESDA.TTjNUARYW, 1872. LETTKU FIIOM SEXATOK BKOW.UOYy, 4cn. Urnut'H 4'Iimiccn for Itrnoiiiliinf ion, Washington, Dec. Ml, 1871. Kditohh Chuonioi.k: During the holi days I lmvo kept my room nml entertained visitors us well ns I knew how. I may say to you, nml through you to the country, that the Presidential campaign is opening with spirit and enthusiasm. The rebel Democracy arc looking for a candidate from among the Republicans, and evi dently have no faith In running a man of their party and principles. They hope to obtain the consent of some talented and well-known Republican to head the ticket and upon him to unite the whole Democratic party and such Repub licans as they can seduce to his support. Rut It all won't do; Grant is stronger to-day than when ho was elect ed. The opposition to Grant are organ izing vigorously and charging upon mm all manner of frauds and villainies. They clamor for n committee of Investi ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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