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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 25 May 1870

fcNOXVUiliiS WKIKhY Y'tlU()NV(:iit-r, VHI).N'li:SiA5Y, M.V 2.., 1870. WEDNESDAY . . MAY i!5, 1870, AnVKnTIMINtl ttATRN. Ten llnc, or leM, Nonpareil, to cons'ltute a Square. t Muarr, 1 intertion, .w ,. SI 04 1 square, 1 month ,.. , , 2 00 1 equate. 3 monthi............ G 00 tlU'lilew Card!, 2 squares, per year , SO 00 column,-3 month? ., , 10 00 l column, 6 month) IS 00 M column, ono year... . 00 In column. :l month! IS flO Yi column, 6 months, 25 00 i column, ono year,.., V TO 1 column, ,1 month;,.,, 1 column, 6 month?, , a m , M 00 1 eoluniu, ono year, , ........... M) (0 Notices iu Local Column, Ten Cent per line. Terms for announcing candidates, $10. Marrlars anil rtpatha IiirHi1 frse. All bills due upon first insertion. Those of rcsular juiverusers to be rendered mommy, MPECIMKX COPIKN Of the CnndMcLK Mailed free to any mldrer an up plication. llonr! of Trntlc ltoom. Tho room for tho Board of Trade, over tlio Express ollicc, is being fitted tip. l'crftonnl. Mr. H. O. Tanyaler, o...

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. — 25 May 1870

KNOXVIIAE WEEKLY CHRONICLE, WEDNESDAY, WAY 25..1870. FARM AND HOME. SftTing Manure. , The St. Loula Journal of Agriculture npcuKH tvs ronowfl or "cartn cioecta One of tho most vnluublc nbsorbentu nnd deodorizers In line, dry earth. It enables uh toutlUze,in nn ngrecablo manner, tho 111 oat valuable ninnuro produced upon uio larro, viz.: tho human excrement. And what in of still greater consequence, by Itfl uhc Ware enabled to entirely obviate one of tho most prollfle sources of diseased In warm weather the foul odors arising from privies. &c. A good deal ImaTjeen wild or written of Jute about "Earth, CloBetfl," a patent arti cle 1ft offered for wile. The princlplo of Jheric closets It) the Uo of flue, dry dirt, clay or loam, not Hand, as an absorbont. They ure perfectly successful, and tho princlplo Is simple and within the reach of every farmer without paying for any patent. A privy constructed for dry earth Is bhcaper than one with n vault, while the vault Is a prolific source...

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. — 25 May 1870

XAST 'TENIfBS SSE BAILROADB BEFORE CON OSBSS, I'ATMENT l'KOH SOVTMEKK RAILROADS. ThoIIouso Comraitlce on the Judiciary met jrcetcrdny morning, and had under coneidcra tiort a bill providing for tho enforcement of tho collection of debts due from certain Southern rullroad companies. Judge Perry, of Cincin nati, appeared and delivered an extended argu ment in fuvor of tho Government. Hon. Wil liam E. Chandler will be heard in connection with this subject, and on behalf of tho railroads concerned, to-morrow. Washington Chronicle. The Bill referred to above Is one Intro duced to authorize tho War Department, through the Quarter-Mahtcr General, to Institute summary proceeding to enforce the collection of the claims held against tho East Tennessee and Virginia, East Tennessee and Georgia, and Nashville and Chattanooga Railroads, and others In the South. It will ho remembered by our read ers that these claims are now in litigation in tho equity side of the Circuit Court of the United State...

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. — 25 May 1870

KNOXVILIS WEEKLY gHftOMCLE, WEDNESDAY, (MAY 2T, 1870. AKIKN AT, Til r. (POO It. W e were f tandlng In tho doorway My liltlawlfcand I , v Vt The loldcu sun upon her hair ; i 1 ell down fo silently, . 9 A (mull white hand upon my arm, 1 What could I n.k for moro" 1 Than tho kindly glance of lovlnir eytf, ' An eho kissed mo at tho"Uoort J jj I know uc loves wiui till her heart Tho one who Hands beside I Ahd the years have" boon fo JoyouJ We've had bo mach of hanplncM mnco urst i caucu ncr oriaei . since we met in yeara ociorc, unttheliapplosttlmoof all was ' . When she kbsc mo at the doorr - Who' care for wealth, of (and or koU), - Of fame, or matchless power? (t does not Rlvo the happlncM Of Jutonollttlo.hour With one who loves me ns hef life She aV sho " loves mo more ' , Ahd I thoupht the did this lnomlnjr. . When she klwcd rnent the door. At times It seems that all tho world, With all Iti wealth of Kold. Ts very small and poor indeed Compared with what J hold I , And when tho cloud...

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. — 1 June 1870

VOL. I. KNOXVHXE, TENN. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1, 1870. NO. 9. Dr.COItATIO.V DAY. Au ImiiieiiHe CoMConrfto or loolc Mnrcli lo the Cemetery. . . J. V " " Dceorntlou of the OrnvcH 1y Young I.mllow. NpoecUcs or Hon. S. N. lliirilctt ami Col. S II. Itoyd, of Missouri. Early yesterday morning, the streets wcro thronged with citizens from ilio surrounding country, to pay their annual tribulo of affection to the memory of those who, nt thd llrst dread alarm of war, rallied in defenso or their country nd fell lighting for tho flag they loved. Col. Thornburgh and his aids were in the sad dle by eleven o'clock, and tho procession began forming half an hour later, in front of tho court house, on Main street, in tho following order, to-wit: 1st Chief Marshal. 2d Brass Band. - , 3d "Wagons with flowers. 4th Mayor and City Council of Knoxvillo. Gth Speakers in carriages, escorted by Collcgo Cadets, on foot. - 6th, Car, with Misses representing thccovoral States of tho Union. 7lh Steam Firo Engine, J. 0....

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. — 1 June 1870

TIio Govomincnl rontofflc Jlnilillng? At tho suggestion of sovornl gcntlcm'chpllr. Mullett wns iiivitetl to tlio Hull of tliIlonrd of Trade yesterday morning, where lio was cnllcd upon by a number of lending citizen, nnxlous to understand tho real status of tho proposed l'ostofflcc nnd Court' IIouso bujldlng. "Sir. Dickinson took tho. chair, nnd willed the houso to order, nnd requested Mr, Mullett to .explain how tho matter stood, which he did. It nppeRrs that in 1857 nn appropriation of $97,000 was made by Congress for. this purpose. A alto for tho building wnsjievcr agreed upon. Thu war camoup, and no building was commenced. Last year Mr. JlajTiard procured an appropriation of $0,000, holding that this also secured tho rlrst appropriation. Tho Comptroller of tho Treasu ry, liowcvcr, decides tliat tho first appropria tion has lapsed, not having been used in tho timu contemplated by law, and consequently cannot now bo niado available, leaving only $5,000, tho amount of tho last appr...

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. — 1 June 1870

FENIAN NEWS. Movoineiit of Troopi NUIriulslmcnr limit iiiKfon, Ac. ltciortctl Engniri'iucnt wltli tlio Cnwulfixii MUltin. , AVASiriNaxoN,' May 25. Tho Fcnlnns tiro active In Bufliilo. Several hundred loft Boston for a point further North. Tho Toronto (Cannd(i) Qlobc has a dis patch that a conflngrntlon Is raging In Quebec, but tho Fenlana having cut the wires, it Is Impossible to get tho details. A air load or Fenians passed Rochester tlckotcd for Malonc. Rochester, Maj 25. To-day tjevcrrtl car loads of Fenians ticketed for Malouc-, passcd'through from tho West. One com pany numbering thirty men, under com mand of Capt. O'Nell. left this city last night. More leave to-day. AU is excite ment in tho Fenian-circles. LATCH. RociresTKn. N. Y., May 23. Thirty Fe nians under Capt. O'Nell, departed to-day. Moro leave to-day. Detroit, Mich., May 2.1. It is reported that two barges towed by a tug, departed last night. Cincinnati, O,, May 2-5. General Starr, Colonel Tonsney and Major O'Kcefo d...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 1 June 1870

V KNOXVILLB W1SEKLY CHRONICLE, "WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1, 1870, ffiwwttk (Shxmtoit HUX-H- &, TABWATBB, PUBLISHERS. OFFICE: BR0WNL0WS OLD STAND, Entrance on OAT STREET, Eont Hide, Between Main and II 111 etrcets. TKKJlf. OF NjnftCItIITION. One copy, one year, - . $2 00 One copy, six month; . .. 1 00 Ten copies, one year, ... 17 SO Twenty eopie;, one year, r... 30 00 Fifty copies, one year ... 62 60 WEDNESDAY, . JUNE 1, 1870. DECOBATIOH DAY. We give In this Issue of the Cmkokicle aa full and perfect an uccount of yesterday's decoration services as we can, feeling that it Is but Just and duo to our readers who could not attend. The services were in every respect appropriate to the occasion, and reflect great credit upon the many worthy gentlemen who directed and ar ranged them. In behalf of the surviving comrades and friends of the dead soldiers of tho Union army, -vo thank the patriotic peopleof this city,who, without distinction of party, closed their business houses, and by their prese...

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 June 1870

KNOXVILLIS WKKlfJIYV CHROMCLH, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1, 1370. JUNE 1, 1870. ADVERTISING RATjM. Ten line?, or less, Nonpareil, to-constitute a square. 1 square, l insertion, ;..,....,............... 31 00 1 square, 1 inonth,..,..,,i uiT.n..... 2 00 lequarc, 3 month, , , 6 00 Business Curdi, 2 sqnarcs, lcr year,... : 20 00 M column, month?,,,... . ,..,;..f ...,. 10 00 i column, 0 month?, , 18 00 'column, one voar.... .... .10 no li column, 3 months,.... , . 15 00 Mcolunui,6raontbs,., .. 25 00 i cplunTn, ono year,., 45 00 1 column, 3 months,.., , 25 00 1 column, 6 months, M 00 1 column, ono year so 00 Noticed In Local Column, Ten Cents per line. Terms for announcing candidate;, $10. Marriages and deaths Inserted free. All bills due upon first insertion, Thoso of regular advertisers to be rendered monthly. NI'EC'IMEN COPIKN ..Of the Chhrmclk Mailed free to uny address on ap plication. , lull. There are thirty six prisoners at present con fined in the Knoxville jail. Tlip Turn Tent. This festi...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 1 June 1870

KNOXVILLK WEEKLY CHRONICLE, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1, 1870. FARM AND HOME. Aiming for tho Itcst (Jimlltj-. Bring a good thing to market, and you will bo crowded with customers. You will not only get inoro, but considerable more, on anything. Look at tho grapes of tho best varieties fully grown and ripened, aild bco what an advance thoy will brintc, There Is no glut with mich grajHa. YbU cannot ralBo enough, that's tho dilllculty. And ho it la with every product. If tho market is dull, Introduce a hupc rlor article, and you givo it-activity. You not only Bell, (where others fall to fell at yll), but you scl" nta fair advance on the nominal price. You can sell a superior thing at rjn v M-ie. And when the market 1h buoyant, "then it is that you are king of tho board. It is then that tho prlco Is advanced, and you get the benefit. . And it is a pleasure to pell a good thing, whether fruit, beef, grain, butter, cheese, or whatever it may be. You not only go to market with confidence, but you ho...

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 June 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1, 1870. H 1 KAlLKOAI) investigating committee. Report on tho Knoxvllle and Clinrlcston Ed. K. Pcanebakor wna elected a Very rood Buivvuuu, u is. i,niu, insuring noncstj ana ca Vnnvvtlli nml f!lmrlinii PftCtty. KnI1inn.1 xa COnVOIU.OU 11.011 prOCCCdCU 10 VOtO tOM The llailrotid InveaigntlaR Committee hT0 givo a majority for Dr. William Morrow, who 4 An I , 1... - J 1L. -! 1 T e- T " . 111. at length began to eubrait their reports. 9n Saturday of lnstwock, n lengtliy report was eub mlttcd on. tile nffulrs and mnnngcmcal of tho Knpxvillo ami Charleston ltnflrond Company, They find that thcro has been $710,000 of tho bonds of tho State Issued to that road sinco tho war; $.100,000 under the net of December, 1801) $1C0,000 under the act of December, 1807 j and $260,000 under the acts of loo'J-M-61. These bonds they And Were roeclvi-d by Judgo Jones, as President of tho road, and Used in its con struction, having been disposed of through Now Yor...

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 June 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1, 1870. nECOKATIOV HAT. MR The following hymn has been (elected by the Joint committee of the Grand Array of the Republlo (Post 7 and 32,) and will bo lung at Mount Hope Cemetery, an Decoration Day; i Hlrcw FloWrr "Where They Weep. IlV SEXTKR SMItn. ' " Alrt 'lJ.M Lang Xitnr." I. . Strew flowers where our heroes deep, ' , The beautiful and brave, 'fr Their mem'ry sacred we will keep Who died our flag to f ive. They died our flag to save, Our flag; to save, We'll ne'er forget tho brave! who died - Our flag to save I Vifptal) -They died our flag to pave, etc. II. " . With hearts aflame they marched away ! V " When duty called the roll, - And wrote (lu War's dark dav.) Their names on Freedom's scroll 1 III. Let roies mark the restlng-placo Of theso i the brave i tho true ; With violets and lillies grace. , The red I tho white ; tho blue ! IV. Let mnsio swell upon the nir Iu soft and solemn strain, AS wo our floral'ofTrings bear Triumphant th...

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 June 1870

V0L- L KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8. 1S70 ' m LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. NASHVILLE. PROCEEDINGS OP THE LEGISLATURE. Repudiation Gaining Ground I ! More Aid rftr the Knoxville and Ken tucky Railroad. Tbe School Fund to be Investigated. Sptcial Dispafcli to tho Chronicle! Nasuvii.li:, Juno 1. Senate joint reso lution directing the Joint .Tudlciury Com mitteo to redistrlctthe State, anil to estab lish Circuit Courts in each county, was rejected. Hill to declare void the bonds paid to the Mineral Home Railroad, passed Ha second reading, and Avas made the special order of the day for Wednesday next. Hill forbidding the payment of bonds issued to the Tennessee and Pacific Rail road passed second reading, and was made the special order of the day for Wednes day next. .Bill to amend the charter of the Knox ville and .Tacksboro' Turnpike, refected. Among tho new bills introduced was one to reduce tho compensation of Circuit Court Judges from 2,600 to $2,000. Also, a bill to tax dogs, and ap...

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 June 1870

o KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8, 1870. Letter from Col. BaxterNo. 2.. JMltora of the Chronicle: On coming to KnoxvJIlo thlrtceh years ngo, I was cordially rccolvednd gener ously supported by nn upright, connldcrnte, Industrious mid honorable population, who gave mo finch friendly nnd material sup port, as Insured to me a high degree of professional Hucccsa. But this honorable ciftss did not constituto, I regret to wiy, the entire population of Knoxvlllp. Among them a-4. it is everywhere elsoXvcre men of varied characteristic, bold, violent, ac tive, vulgar and unscrupulous bent on ac complishing tliolr own ambitious nehemi-.. who never hesitated to tacrlneo honor and truth, to promot&lhc one loading, absorb ing thoughtofwlf agrandlzement. They, "too;liad Money, by means of which they established nnd maintained r controlled newspapers. In the use of these, falsehood and scurrility, constituted their most for midable weapons. Indeed they exhibited no higher sense o...

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. — 8 June 1870

OUU NASHVILLE LETTER. NashvilM!, Tkk'n.i JInj 00th, 1870. This is docorntioii day. Jinny wilt go to tlio Nntionnl Comolory oil "tlio Louisvllio and Nnsh vlllo Railroad, to strew flowers on tho graves of those who Ho there, fur from tho graves of their kindred. Tho Legislature linvo adjourned, and on motion of Ex-Gox. Brown, tho Circuit Court adjourned over till Tucsdny,to aflbrd those who wished an opportunity to'imrticipato in tho cor onionlcf. Trains will bo run to and from tho cemetery, and tiio fare U cheap, enabling , all who wish,, to go. Legislation during tho past week lias beon largely of tho Investigating genue Reports havo been received from 8oVcr.il commiUcCf.nml more nro to come. The report on the ICnoxvillu and Kentucky Itailroad excites comment, and it would not sur prise mo much if laws wero "nawed to comni'1 reluctant witnesses to dlf close. Tho reticence of ono iiauroau 'resident lin excited tho ire of thb law makers, and do not bo astonished if somo Plan bo mvontc...

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. — 8 June 1870

KNOXA'ILLE "WEEKLY CHRONICLE, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8, 1870. a publishers. ' -office: brovynlqjv's old stand, ( s- EuU-niicon OAV'NTKERT, i!iinNIiIc, -Dotwccn Main and Hill streets. Tr.IIMN or NlIISCrill'TlnX. x Ono copy, ono year, $2 00 Onocopy, eix months 100 Ten copies, ono year, v. 17 60 Twenty copies, ono year ... ... .10 00 Fifty copies, ono year, G- 50 - - -V 11JUHXjOU2.1i IL.l Ii J, iOll. SEND IN THE .NAMES I i In view Of the importance Tof -the ap proaching Judicial ,;.und Congressional, elections, und of the scarcity of money in the country, mjd desiring to place the "WEEKLY CHRONICLE within the reach of every voter in East Tennessee, we have decided to make Cajivaicix llAjriss, for the Daily and AVeekey CunoyieiiE. ' k t AA'o will send the AVEEjtEY ChhoniceV: from this date until after thc'Congrcssional ' election ncxtXoFcnibcr, to any subscriber-,. by mail oja a's otherwise ordered, for the Hinn'wf Fifty Cents, cash in advadce. This I certainly cheap enougii, and should induce...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 8 June 1870

KNOXVILLE "WEHKLY CHHONICLK, "WKDNEHDA , JVSK 8, 1870. "WEDNESDAY JUNK 1, 1870. ADVKUTI.NITS'O RATKM. Ten line.", or less, Nonpareil, to constitute n square. 1 square, 1 Insertion .'. ?1 00 1 eauaro, 1 month a 00 1 square, 3 months 7 00 U'lfincss Cards, 2 wjuarcs, per year, . 25 00 Kcolamn,.1 month -. 12 00 'A column, 6 month 22 00 i column, ono year 5S 00 14 column, 3 months , 1H 00 K column, G months,.- .'SO 00 JS column, ono year, , til 00 J column, ,1 months .. HO 00 1 column, 0 months, 55 00 I column, ono year, ...100 00 Notices in Local Column, Ten Cent per line. Terms for announcing candidates, ?10. Marriages nnd deathn inserted free. All bills duo upon first insertion. Thoso of regular advertiser! to ho rendered monthly, nikcimi:x .'oimi;n Of Iho Cuiiiimci.k Mailed free to any address on ap plication. . i t Oxllfomlu l'nnrrs. Lieut. T. T. Thoriiburgh, of tli8 Kegulur Army, now on duty in California, has placed us under obligations for Into numbers of the Alia Californian. l'...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 8 June 1870

KNOtfVILLli "WEEKLY CHRONICLE, WEDNESDAY, JUNM.8, 1870. FARM AND HOME, Watering CJ rowing lloitcrs. 8. J2dwurd Todd, tlio well-known wrlfor, thiw Hcnalbly expresses himself In regard to a practice concerning which ugrcnt Iftck of common sense Is often" mur.lfestcd : Let tillers of the ,holl Imlttito nature. Tho earth Is never watered except In cloudy weather. When tho Mtrfuco of tho earth in dry as dust, a gentle shower only descends to moisten tlio surface, thus pre pares It to absorb a copious shower. Tho rain doso not fall When tho sun shines. It will do. tho plants more Injury than benefit, to water theni when the sun shines. Earth must ilrst bo. rendered lamp before It will absorb Avater rapidly. Many gardeners have such vague and Indellnltc notions or applying water to growing plants, that the plants arc fre quently watered when the roots dp not ueedmofslurc;d at other tunes they sutler for want of water. The great secret of success In watering consists In furnishing just such...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 8 June 1870

" "UDlTOBI AL CORRESPONDENCE, i MoUnt jIozeix, Ala., May 2-5, 1870. AYo "re hero fitiiong tlio boggs, lngooni, and swhnirTsof this chill-cursed country. 'Whnt most surprises m is, thnt niiy ono who hns ever "brcntlied the invigorating nir of East Tennessee should be Tound in this country", ntt&niptlng. to livo by tho Mvent of their brow, "Why the samo lmnd that created our hills and valleys should titrn oil' Mich a Job .is this, Is something thnt porploxos us, though tho solution wo havo given tho question, which is. satisfactory to us at least, is that it was for tho snko of variety. If our conclusions aro correct, wo pronounce it n suc cossr otherwise a failure. Wo Stopped a short tiiuo ot Decnttir. "Wlillo there wo called on tho publisher (who is like wise editor' and foreman) of tho Alabama Jlc publican, 3Ir. Dennis Dykons, a oJovor gentle man, who deserves to succeed. "Vo found tho citizens of this llttlo "burg" rejoicing in tho prospect of tho early completion of t)io Nort...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 8 June 1870

TELEGRAPHIC!. SEMMARY Trior, Juno 1. IloLcvt Mlillkon,ircccnt ly city editor of tho WMlJiVfte killed to day, by fnlliiiK through ri'limlge. PitOViDKNCK, Juno 1. Tho General Ah fiembly organised fo-dny, by the election of Hcntibliciin ofllcetfi. I'aiiih) Juno 1. The French Embassa dor, Novlcnnfi, has Ufa giunll-pox. Tho Brnall-pox-haa broken out on Prince Napoleon's yacht. Paris, Juno 1. -It U Btated that the Em peror gootj to Munich, In July. SNtVw York mcrchantii petition for a uni form iax on manufactured tobacco and anufl", of 16 ccntH. CincAcio. June 2. Minnesota )ia voted very largely in favor of pledging State bonds for railroad enterprises. New York, Juno 2. The widely circu lated dispatch to the effect that Mr. Seward is parallzcd, has no foundation. Ilia health ie as good as usual. Geneva, Juno 2. Tho agontfl of Mazzine arc active. , t Precaution has been taken against the apprehended formidable secret movement against tho government. London, June 2. The last survivor of th...

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