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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 10 January 1872

n0.vbillc ftalccliln Cljmnicle, aalcbncsban, anuarn l(f, 1872. 3 STtVUTIIX(DISCLOSy.UK.S. Who Compose tho Wwiilli Ciirollim lin mux. A correspondent of the Cincinnati Com mcrclal, whoso signatures (li. 1) lead us to suppose him to bo Ben Pitman, tho fa mous stenographer, gives us a resumo of tho ovlUcuco taken lu the trials at Colum bia, -which wo givo for tho beucilt of tlioso doubting souls who do not believe in such an organization as tho Kuklux. Mr. Pit man's position will give to his statements the greatest weight. Ho nays : Tho trial just concluded in tho United States Circuit Court beforo Hon. S. H. Bond, presidlug, and Hon. G. 8. Bryan, Associate Judge, lias been, in many of its aspects, a very remarkable one. The accused, Dr. Thomas IJ. Whitesldes and Captain John "V. Mitchell, aro men of education and good social standing. Dr. Whitesldes is a rcspectablo physician. Mr. Mitchell, n Captain in tho Confederate service, is a man of good social position. His counsel frankly adm...

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. — 10 January 1872

ti0bUft WaMu 0mclc, Mcbncsbiw, gaumvrn Uf, 1872, 3r RULE &jB10KS, Publi Publishers, 'ml Hide. TKK.MS r HUUNVKIPTIoy. One copy i'ono yenr,....1...'.....'...;....!..:..'...: '....T.... $2 00 One copy, tlx months 1 09 Ten coiiics, rmo year vl J CO Twenty copies, one year,. 30 00 WEDNESDAY,.. JANUARY 10, 1872. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE CHRONICLE. Wo hope our frionds throughout East Tennessee appreciate tho iinportanco of circulating a reliable Republican paper among the people, and will aid us In plac ing our "Weekly iii the hands of as many as possible. If the people keep correctly advised of current oventa, they will vote right. We invito attention to our tonus, published in another column, and hope our friends will help us along. WKEKLY SUMMARY OF XEWS. home. An outrage was committed by a negro upon a UUlo Tvhito girl about ten years of ago, in Rochester, Now York, on tho 2d inst.; a mob attempted to lynch tho prisoner but wcro pre vented by the military; n number of citizens wcro killed...

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. — 10 January 1872

linjoillt mictkty tymtkt, Mcltmcstmj, gfiimuirji lCf, H2 ftwmmt Gimmick "WEDNESDAY, .TAN U All Y 10. 1872. NITOI.UIJX COI'IKS . Of tho Cimosictr. mailed free to nny ailJress on nr- lllcatlon. i i ii diATKH or Aivi:itTisixi ix wi:i:ki.v. Ten line, or les., solid, to constttuto a square. Square.... 5aunres.s S pquaren.-!...". i r-qunrcs... r, Equities IS squares. b a h I R i " $ 1 50,$ 3 m 4 Ct), 3 (K)b 6 00r8iWi 4 60r o oorivso r, oo u do 7 60 14 CO 18 00J 30 001 14 (JO Hi CO K3 00 SI 8 0 MS 9 10 fiukiu 14 NrZ! H 00 SO 00 28 Ml1 30 M CO 001 "3 00 oojsis 00 Mil 87 60 45 00 65 50 ID 00 TIio War ARnliixl the Micrji. Ono lilclit lust week, thirteen, nno Merino 'shoop wcro killed by dog9, on General J. A. .Maury's lirin nenr uio liurgrowius, uuuuiiuuiu a superior duck, j no vaiuo oi mo siiuup kmivu would havdrcachodnbout $400. fjuch rnids ns tills, mndo by worthless dogs on vnluablo flocks of sheep, is calculated to deter gentlemen i from Investing their capital in that kind of stock. It ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 10 January 1872

$iii0btllc fcilccltljt Cfewiwlc, ftalcuiicsbajy, gammvn 1872. WEDNESDAY JANUARY H, 18W. Directors' Meeting The Directors of the ISast Tcnucfcsco Ag rleiilturnl Society met nt the Secretary's oiHeo on "Wednesday, tho 3rd Inst. Presi dent O. P. Temple in tho chair and C. "V. Charlton, Secretary. Various matters wero discussed, and the most excellent feeling prevailed. Among tho questions agitated was tho propriety of calling n convention of farmers early in tho Spring, having two representatives from each county in East Tennessee. This will come up for final nctlon nt the next meeting and will bo disposed of, no doubt, favorably. The following resolutions wero passed : Jicaohxd, That tho Treasurer be request ed to collect all dues to tho Society and to pav certain creditors. Jtcsolvcd, That wc deem it of the utmost importance, in order to encourage farming auu all classes of industry, to oiler a lib eral system of premiums, and, therefore, in due time, a premium list will bo pre-t-eut...

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. — 10 January 1872

J 3 Ml KXOXVILLK MANUFACTORIES. A Dcacrlpttoii of O'Connor A Co.'h Hart Ulcrjr nnd IlnriiCM r.Nlnlill'.liiiiciit. Tliero nre but few cities or towns in the South Unit havo exceeded Knoxvillc In tho growth of business enterprise nnd manu factures, though wo wish wo had more of tho latter. Manufactures arc the llfo of a place, and one of our merchants hit tho nail on tho head tho other day when ho said in speaking of trade: "ilcrchandis iug is overdone, and were It not for tho great number Jor mechanics 'employed at the largo manufacturing establishments, there would be many unoccupied store rooms. On yesterday wo went through tho Sad dle nnd Harness establishment of Messrs. O'Connor & Co.. which has re cently been removed to tho new block of building on Gay street, one door south of liaines, uro. & uo.'s. THK I'lIlST FLOOR is occupied ns a sample room and on both sides tho walls are lined with glass cases contalnlnc tho different articles. On one sido aro displayed saddles, o...

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. — 10 January 1872

n0Jbfllc Sffllcchlg (j)r0niclc, Mcimcstmjj, $,aiuiarn JXf, 18721. A IIBAUYH'CIj l'OIJJf. Tho following beautiful poom wo llnil in ltcv. H. 2f. Powers Cliriitmiw sorinon, in tlio Clricn go Pulpit. Tlio ntithor ho says U unknown to him: "Tlio Master litis como over Jordan," Said Hannah, tlio mother, ono day ;' "I hcaliiiR tho pcoplo who throng llim j AVilh n touch of His linger, they jayj " "And now I shnll carry tho childron. J.ittlo Jtiichol,1 mid Siumiol, and Jolin ; 1 shnll carry tho babjriKsthcr.-, . r Pop tho I.tird to look upon.'ji ISO Tho father looked at hor kindly, ' ' lint ho shook his head, nnd smiled; "Now, who hut ft doting mother AVould think of a thing so wild? "If tho childron woro tortured by demon, Or dying of fovor, 'twero well ; Or hnd they tho taint of tho le)cr, Liko many in Israel," "Nay, do not hinder me. Nathan, 1 feel such a burden of care, If I carry it to tho Slastor, " Perhaps I shall lcavo it there. "If lie lay His hand on tho children, My heart will bo ...

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. — 17 January 1872

i F J 1 liTTTlT A "ii-artfii! 7 VOL. II. KNQXVILIE, fiNN., WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 17, 1372. 1 ! r. NO. 42. im i jm. i i h Iff f 1 v FACTS ABOUT ''Yi 3,' EAST,, .TENNKSSKIi. Important iucstlons Aftsvtor 26. oniclally . -vi r.tv "We present as our East Tcnncsfeeo ar ticle this week an interesting letter from our Stato Commissioner of Immigration C. W. Clinrlton written in reply to inter rogations, propounded to Ex-l'resldont Anilrnw .Jolinsoh. 110W HvillC 111 " llis . . i .1.1SiM.v.'l rr A old honi6 Wflflpcr East Tennessee. Mr, Charlton has given this subject much at tention and writes, therefore, with a clear understanding of the question. Occupy ing quite a diilbrent position politically from us. and writing from a dlfioieht stand-point, wo all tho more cheerfully glvo his communication a place In the CmtoNicxr. to the cud that our many readers in tho North can see how this quo tlon of Immigration is considered In East Tennessee. J n Tttrthrtnl 7?ilril Cihin Dii.vii Sin: Your letter add...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 17 January 1872

2 UmilU Wtthhj Ghxttftlt. WEDNESDAY,'. JANUARY 17, 1672. Pasturing on Iorcr. T. Ii Sheparct, Lowell, Olilo, Bays: Ah I "have been puzzled by conflicting testimony In regard to turning cattle Into clover, part of which I thought good and part de cidedly bad, I determined to give some rules so plain that Uio wayfaring man need not orr therein; and here they are: J. Never put anything into fresh clover pasture on an empty stomach. 2. Never when the grass is wet. 3. Never put them in when the weather is changing from wnrm to cold. 4. Do not glvo any salt for at least twenty-four hours before putting in tho first time, nor until the evening of tho second day. 6. Do not let them remain in more than about twenty minutes the first time, after which they may run wet or dry with per fect safety. Without such precaution there is danger of swelling from bloat, and valuable ani mals are often lost in this way. Ammonia in the Household. Ammonia is valuable for many practi cal purposes in the econ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 17 January 1872

- 3 Mr. Sfniby BInket n Tonr of ilm Tfnrlli to Hco How ninny Ilnjaruiel Hcpulillciin Would lo WIllluR So Join llio 1'nulTcKc inocrary. From tho Toledo Btndo, January 6.1 CONFKDUKIX X KoADS. (wlch Is III tho Btait uv Kentucky) December 12), 1871. Tho hopcllaness uv cleeUu ft Dimekrnt President by Dlmlkrnts uloiio wuz appa rent to all tho gigantic intcllccka uv the party, over n year ngd. A conference wuz hold in Noo "iork oljjhtcen nionths ngo ; Tweed, Hall, Connolly, and Sweeny, rep resents Noo York, me and Garret Davis representin Kentucky, the!Hlairs reprcfion tin Missouri, and so on. Wo decided then that tho Dlmocrlsy shood npncal directly to tho peoplo to yoonito with us to beat Grant. General John 0. Jircckinrldgo de sired that tho issuo bo mudo fairly between Grant and Despotism on tho one hand, and tho People and Yoonyun on tho other. Ho wanted the issuo to bo Grant, Despot ism, Corrupshen on tho one hand, and the People, Yoonyun and Purity on tho other. That wuz wat Tweed wa...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 17 January 1872

4 ffiiogfaHlt 8faIUg ferjoptrlc, Mjtaqftag, gjumarg 1?, 1872. RULE & HICKS, Tublishors, Xumbcr 19 Market J'lacc, JCmt Side. Tiinjis or wmtscnii'Tntv. Ono crr, ono year 2 00 One wry, tlx month,..,...................., ;...... il.M Ten carles, nno ycr,..H...i-?....i.!..l.t,..Jr..Al-l 10,60 Twenty cortc!, ono year 30 00 WKUNKSDAY JANUAUY 17, 1872. SUBSCMBE" FOE THE CHBONICLE. Wc liopo our friends throughout East Tennessee appreciate the importance of circulating n reliable Kcrublicnu paper among the people, and will aid ub In plac ing our Wkekly 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 SDMMAItY OF SEWS, iiojir. Jim Fisk's father lias gono crazy from tlio news of his son's assassination Charles J. Terry, ox-Mayor of Ilobokcn, lias committed cuicido Gen. Hallcck died at Loulsvillo on tho 10th A bov eh...

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. — 17 January 1872

gtn0btllc Mtchlg (Eftromtlt, Mcbncsunrr, $amuu-n )7, S7Z. "WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1872. Of the Cuhokici.k mailed freo to nny address on op 'HATES Of AIlVEItTINIMI IN WGEKIiY. Ten llnw. or 1cm, solid, to constitute a square. '( M 1 j ,, rH CO t ,S l M; 3 Ml 4 CO s G to ' 3 00 0 001 8 DO 10 N I 4 80 0 00 11 M 14 50 11 0 14 00 18 00 14 00 1(5 00 23 00 30 00 S3 00 ) CO CO t fcinare, "J Squares 3 Pa u arcs 4 8qrarce I 6 00 & Square 7 M 12 Squares !l 18.00 1 .! I a o. I V I 9 00 $16 00 111 W 27 00 23 fO 37 60 30 00 45 00 30 fO 65 60 73 00 00 00 - ,sm , x -r 1,1st of jrnrr.iuil piJcrtt-r lotirls. THE DAILY AND WEEKLY CHROXIVLE. We Invito attention to the advertisement of the CnnoKtCLR. In another column. Wo art publishing In the Dally and Weekly far more reading matter tind fuller home news than ever published In any rarer In Haft Tenncescc. Business men desiring late and reliable Market Tie sorts, will find them In the Chronicle. Oar terms are reasonable Daily Chronici.i, for jiny len...

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. — 17 January 1872

namt MttUn 0niclt, mstm, $muwr 17, JANUARY 17, 1871 oNifor tjii: m:.iiixu imuu' houhks or tiii: south. A .Succcusrnl Jiislucs l'lrui. Tlio enterprising wholosalo establishments of Knoxvillo nro string tho city tin cnviiablo rep utation 03 a commercial coutor. Of tho houses thathavo contributed to thin almost national reputation that Knoxvillo enjoys, thnt of E. J. Sauford & Co. vholc3alo druggists, deserves to rank among tho very foremost. This Arm liavo recently occupied tholr commodious and beauti ful storo houso on tlio corner of Gay and Mc Clung streets, built with special reference to thoir wants. TIIEir. STORE ROOM i3 of tho most modern stylo, built of superior material under tho personal supervision of Mr. 33. J. Sanford, who, in connection with his su perior business qualifications, is ono of tlio best builders in this section. , Tho storo houso is five stones high, including a doublo cellar. Tho front ia of brown sand stone, quarried near our city, and is a standing adv...

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. — 17 January 1872

-HoirPJskSwnBipcaJohHBanoB'CoBreder-v ato Bead. . Tho murder of Jim Fink, tho "Frinco of Eric," has brought to light norno fcaturcn of hie remarkable career never bofore pub lished Oiio of tho most interesting of these is the following: James Flsk, Jr., conceived and execut- -cd a brilliant ptroke at tho closo of the war between the States, tho particulars of which have never yet been published. With that eagncity which distinguished him In all his career, Flsk saw that when, -on tho 2d of April, 1805, General Leo was driven from l'clcrsburg, his surrender - could not be far distant. He immediately went to Boston, consulted some of his fln- . nnclal friends and made them partners in his scheme. This was to get the news of tho surrender of Leo and collapse of tho Confederacy for use in 'Change In Lon don In advance of the mail. It will bo re membered that tho Atlantlo cablo was not then laid. A small, swlft-stcamcr, former ly a blockade-runner, waspurchoBed.fttted out and sent to Hal...

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. — 17 January 1872

8 T nriaw .airm nl-ilirMAN iLIFi:, nml nhiill bcnonioro. Tho thinsi tliat nro and thnt borcaftor shall bo,. Tho things that might lmvo been, nnd yet TrCtcJ Tlio fading twlllcht of frroat joy3 departed Tliotday-broak of nroat truth its yot tSnrisdn, Tiio intuition nnd tlio expectation Of something, which, when come, 13 no tl:o But only lik'o il3 forecast in. men's droauis iriiiilntiirttiif ilnlnv nnrl'thn dnliirht.W Sweeter for tbo delay ; youth, hope, lov6,dcath, And disappointment, which is also death, All theso inako up tho eum of human lifo j A dream -within ft ilrcam, n wind nt night Howling across tho desert in despair, Scekinn for something lost, it cannot find, -Fnto or foreseeing, or whatovornnmo f 3Icn call it, matters not; whnt is to bo Hath been foro-writtcn in tho thoughts Divine Prcm tho beginning, none can hide from it But it will find him out j nor ran from it, , But it will overtake him I Tho Lord hath said it. Longfellow's Divine Teaatdy. REST. ltcst is not quitting...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 17 January 1872

iv. i. Continued. i - No. 'SAi. VliU'D, $ A farm containing idiout seven hundred ninl llfty aoros, two hundred and sixty in cultivation. Situated seven miles from .Morrlslown, I'jwt Tennessee, ou road lead The Tno Troubles. i J t was a cold, dismal evening in Novem ber, that two laborers might havo been 'seen wciidlug their way along the streets ' of a largo manufacturing town. Slowly they proceeded with delected countenanced, not exchanging a woril lin ing from Daudrldgo to Ureonovillo. Hall-! 1,1 1,10 whom we shall call Smith halt- roau live iiiHoh distant. On stream navl-1 0(1 weioro n neat nttio liouso ami unlatehcd gablu for Jiat-boats. I tbo gate. Then there was such a look of flood htnnn iKvi.llliur lum win. ! utter misery und desnair irlcnmimr from lilu winnings, blames, 1I er-1 spri . I'wvii Him - - x v'vv".r;; ..v, v b01l louu ... trin nu oiciiaru, seieei lruii. mere ih n nov- . .. , " u,"up returned mid iilllnrr lw. .Linn iitwl o .,.,.,..1 " 0B." ho artletllatod clonin lv...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 17 January 1872

MUN$P,tf A Wrs ADDITIOMlf LIST j J Jill lJo 4p.ejf not Previously Published. - f Jl r"7 i . ...1. . it i lid., i ' ui ..... ,.p i , ....i.t... i...ii 1i..t.w.j In I Vn. m 6lj ronitlc guplcmcnt fantum and other summer coninlaints advancing years, less and less ability to All wo asu 01 inoso seeing no iioiucs m never provall to any extent. With pnolor , withstand lh rig6r of their native lnti- a healthful climate, or profitable invest two executions, mi eiililemle nf nnv disease 1 tutle. this locality is recommended. nientH for eniiltal, is a personal oxuuilna- KNOXVILLE.JTEXX., .Ian.JT.JSW hlis ,,cver been known, liven cholera, ' - - lion, and wo are sure that a fair investlga- --rrrr. . . . ............ io i,M,..V(! o law,.ln Its 1 it'itr.tt fitiimoT.fi, ' tlon will satisfy any one of our superior r- . t- 1 I - IlL n 1 I . .6 . M B .. I.l,,..,..,.,.lu fin. ,.11.,,,, I,, nml imliirnl . . snr.onn nn n nuMiwi nui;iii ' if.iin ni,mi i. u iuhiah iiiuiini I im tm.il lull iiiiiiilliiiuiiii...

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. — 24 January 1872

.L-V :0.. llF&l . YOL. II. KNOXVILTjE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 24, 1872. NO. 45. few FACTS ABOUT KAST TENNESSEE, Answers to CorrcspondcntH. NO. IA'. TTho number of our correspondents whe . desire Information about East Tennessee is constantly Increasing. Their letters ac cumulate rapidly, aud it would be Impos fSiblo for us to answer all of them, except in a general way through the columns of tho CiiRONiCLK. We proposo to do some thing of this in our present number. .WANTS TO KNOW AllOtJT THE CMMATK. 8. O. Currie, of Granville, New York, writes that ho has lost his voice and lias been spending somo tlmo among tho mountains of that State, with n hope of deriving some bcneiit. ie says : " If you can give any information in re card to places of quiet, healthful sojourn in East Tennessee, to ono entirely Ignorant of tho localities, a favor would be rendered and appreciated. The loss of voice Is paralysis of tho vocal chords, not ii lung or a bronchical dlfllculty a troublo no medi...

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. — 24 January 1872

giuofbillt Mwhln ODbrontflc, ctmcsimjj, ganmtin 25., 18?. o JANUARY 1, 1872. JTAKM -IVX HOME. J Settled Toller on tlio Farm. Tho J'cw England Homestead furnish es Ihc following suggestions. Tbo suc cessful fanner can decido whetbor they arc truo or not : Tlio whole secret of tho successful farm er often lies In his !having a llxed plan of operations. Multitudes have no plan but to meet their immcdlnto wants and make money by tho easiest and seemingly shortest methods. If wool brings high prices, they will gradually give up dairy ing and work in sheep, with tho expecta tion of making their fortunes. If wool and mutton raising for a time does not pay, tliev sell their flocks at a great sacrifice. If liops arc worth 60 Scouts a pound, they invest in hop poles and kilns for dry ing, and expect sudden wealth. If when their yards como into full bearing the S rices fall oil one-half or more, they are isgustcdand ready to plow up their yards, concluding tho business will not pay. There arc ...

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. — 24 January 1872

3 HOW FISK AND JOSIE MAXSFIELD MET. The Ntory of (ho Fink-Htokci rciul. Nr.w York, Jan. 14. Tho JTcmld puh HhIics tho Ftek-Mnnsflcld correspondence. It says risk nnd Stokes first met hi tho Hummer of 'CO, the latter being compara tively poor a year before, risk was Intro duced to Miss Mansfield at her own re quest at tho residence of Anna Wood, on Thirty-fourth street She was poor, and told Miss Wood she had not a decent article- of clothing. Flsk took n fancy to her, and she became his mistress. The intimacy ripened into a strong afl'ection onhisMde. At this junc ture Fisk and Stokes became intimate. An oil refinery belonging to tho laltcr's moth er was put up In working order at Fisk's expense, and a company was formed. Stokes was at first mado treasurer of tho company, but having drawn out over 532,000 in the course of four months, tbo compony was reorganized, and ho was ap pointed secretary ol tho new corporation. From the new company he drew out over $87,000 In tho course of Bi...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 24 January 1872

Stattfezlle :?BIwW8 Ctyfljwk UvbanrJaijUrtrn. ffilnlj?jF2. IltJLE & RICKS, Publishers, A4wtter 10 Market J'lacc, JSmt Hide. ti:ujis or Himst'ituTiox. Onotopr, onoycAr .... i- 00 Oca copy, six months 1 00 Ti coite, ono year 10 50 ffwonty copies, ono year t 30 00 -WEDNESDAY JANUAHY 21, 1872. BUBSCHIBE TOR TIIE CHIIONICXE. We hope our friends throughout East Tennessee appreciate tho importance of circulating n reliable Republican paper among the people, and will aid us in plac ing our "VkekiiY in the hands of as many as possible. If tho people keep correctly advised of current events, they will vote right. AVe invite attention to our terms, published In another column, and hope our friends will help us along. WEEKLY SDM3IAUY OF NEWS. iio.ni:. Tho trndo of Sar. Francisco has incrcnied $0,000,000 within tho past year "West Virgin ia acknowledges hor indebtedness to Old Vir ginia in tho sum of $1,000,000 Tho "Wharton poisoning caso is not yet concluded Tho Georgia Legislature has adjo...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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