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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 14 February 1872

. ft : r"itfl VOL. If. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 11, 1872. NO. 46. PACTS ABOUT BAST TENNESSEE. Soil I'rmlucts, IVntcr-l'owcr mid lcoilc of (.rente County. NO. I All. 1'jOItoiis Ciikoxk'i.i: : As I have been interested In the article published in your paper, in reference to our ection of tlie State nnd noticing that n great many in uirics are the result of such nrtlclcs, Ibeg tho privilege of calling your attention to the inclosed nrticlo hi referenco to our county, believing that Greene county can furnish as many Inducements to tho im migrant as any other county in East Ten nessee. My referring to tho map of Ten nessee, the location of the county is north east of the city of Knoxville and borders on tho Stato of North Carolina, it being one of tho largest in East Tcnnesse, if not one of tho wealthiest outside of Knox county. Tho county is about as large In area ns" Rhode Island. Tho Ertst Tennes see, Virginia aud Georgia Railroad passes through it diagonally, thereby sec...

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. — 14 February 1872

fhiwbillc SMtehin Cjpnick, Sfcnpbaij, jftlmuirri B, 1872. PEDBUAKY U, 18ri The l'alr UroundsTlmnks on behalf of the Board of Directory of our Fair, and on behalf of its fricudB, I return our most grateful thanks to Mctum. Ellwangcr & Barry, the proprietors of the grand nursery of six hundred ncres at Rochester, New York, for their munlilcent gift of 100 evergreen trees, to plant In our fair grouuds. which they inform mo they will contribute. These gentlemen are at the head of their department in the Unit ed States, and I know from llvo years ex perience that they arc both reliable and gentlemanly. Such generosity by strang ers deserves a return in the way of liberal patronage, though that was not tho motive that prompted these gentlemen. Here is an example for our own people. At the satno time, 1 wish to return thanks to tho gentleman from tho country who left at Messrs. Coil'man & Atkiu's a largo lot of forest trees for tho fair grounds. Ho did not leave his name, and there...

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. — 14 February 1872

$!tDJrbiIlc ft&fthln Commit, '.cbncsbntf, Jfcbrxlin lb, &7'i, UROTIIKR JONATHAN. -Y6. JOHX H1ULL, The Alntininn Clnlntsj ControierM". - THIS POINTS is- ixspi.ti:. Wc give below tlio text of the Washing ton Treaty providing for the settlement of Iho Alnhnnic clnims; the reason tho Eng lish ircs Is so belligerent, Mill the amount .of our claims. Or readers will from this summary have tho Issues now creating so much uneasiness on tho two continents: WHAT THK TREAT V SAYS. Tlio following aro the portions of the treaty which rclato to points in dispute : Wharcas, Dillercnces htwo arisen bo tween thn (Jovernment of tho United States and tho Oovcrnmont of Ilcrllritan tno Majesty, and still exist, growing out of tho actH committed by iho several ves sels which have given rise to tlio claims generally known as tho" Alabama claims;" and " Whereas, Her Britannic Majesty has authorized her High Commission and Plenipotentiaries to express, in a friendly iiplrit, tho regret felt by Iter M...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 14 February 1872

$ttt0bil(t SSftdiljj &)romdc, Mrimcsunir, jftbniurn 11 S7&. KTJLB & OICKo, miDiianora, Xxtmber lt Market 1'lacc, Xatt Side. "tr.nns or MJiiacBirTioa'. Ono coir, ono year,.- Odo copy. six month? Ton copies, nnoycar Twenty copies, ono ycr,. . 93 CO . 100 . 16 50 . SO 00 WEDNESDAY, . FEBRUARY 1J, 1871 Clubs for the Weekly Chronicle, Tuk year lb2 will bo exciting. Couxty Elv.ctxo.ns ix August, will bo hold in tbo variou3 counties of tbo Etate. A 1'JiKitMNT, Vice Vresidknt, and Con gressmen for the United States, nnd a Governor and Members of the Legislature for the Stale of Tennessee, will bo elected in Xovembor, 1872. It is therefore important thnt tho people should havo a reliable political paper, as 'veil an enter taining Family Journal. NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSOltlRK. "Wjskxly Chronicle, $2 00 per year. Clubs of Ten, $1 05 each. Clubs of Twenty, Si 00 each Send names and money to RULE & RlCKfcf. Kkoxvilli;, Tenn. . o WEEKLY SUMMARY OF NEWS. 1IOMK. An outbreak among th...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 14 February 1872

- Of the Chkomci.k mnilcJ free t'i an)' address on n I Hcatlnn. kati:s or advertinixu isr wehkiw. Yen line;, or lc(5, solid, to constitute a square. a E H fi U 1 tviuare 2 Square aSquiiros 1 i Pquaree 5 Squares 12 Squares $ 1 50S 3 M'$ 4 ffl f ( CO $ U On $15 (0 3M (i 10 8 50 111 60' 1 601 27 10 4 so u uoi u ho n go, si 50' 3- hi an 11 mi 14 inii is 00 :w 00! 4" 00 7 f0 11 TO1 lti 60' 25 00 39 60 ' 55 ) ' IS CO, SO (V S3 00' CO 00 . 73 Ml t'O 00 Ulril. On Wedncjdny. uiornfnir. tlto TthiiiisfKlin tho i uii civil district, .Mrs. May nam. J ho luncrni tooic piaco yesterday nitornoon, O.i'TuesJfavn rrht. ho CUlinsfc.M.ls Johanna .iveimeuv. oceu nineteen years. j.iic remains ir.. i " i '. r - escorted uy n iargo nutnucr ot tricnus. .................... j ..... ouito so cold in this locality, but sufficient tho ico packers. More IlliMMletl I n t tic. "Vo nro informed that W. A. Lenoir, of Lou. don county, has purchased in Maryland a Jer sey Hull, just imported from tho Island of Jer sey. ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 14 February 1872

6 WHDNKSDAY, . FEBRUARY 14, 1872. - ? Cocke County News Newi-out, Fob. o, 1H72. This counts' 1ms usually boon behind other counties in Enst Tonnossec in way of hows, but is now ahead. On to-day wo hod two County Courts held in this coun ty. Aceoramg to n recent act oi tne tu-tieff-ce Legislature, courts wero ordered to be held at Newport Depot. In pursu ance of that order, the County Court ad journed at Old Newport on the 1st Mon day in January to meet at Newport Depot on the 1st Monday in February. Accord ing to tho order, the Clerk, Sheriff nnd two of the quorum were on hand at tho hour of calling tiie Court. Court having been opened in tho usual way they, proceeded to bushier--, appointing u Chairman pro tein and ono for tho quorum. At about 12 o'clock the following order was received from Old Tovn: Nkwi'okt, Co -kij Co., Ti:.nn., February , 1"-. M-. W. J'. Anderson, Hm: You aro hereby notified to return the record of the County Court forthwith, and also come and proceed to butin...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 14 February 1872

linoibtllc SfiUccltffi &brjcinclc, Utocsbuit fcrnnri? W AiHObbyJTIthout h tfttacr M The ileaigiis of Providence arc not id ways apparent. The segment of tlmt cir cle whoso center 1h the Innnlte, whose sweep Is Infinity, submitted to our In spection, Is so smuil Unit, In attempting to interpret, wo liro someuiiica unsii-ii, iim-u deceived, uud oftcner uneerlaln. It lie OomcH more the calculation of probabili ties than the demonstration of certainties. A wise man calculates chance! a foolouly dogmatizes. Yet there are some tilings which bear such evident marks of fltni;s as to leave little room for doubt of Provi dential design. Such, for Instance, as that tt was the design of tiod that Kast Tcnm sco should bo the educational center of the cotton bolt. Can any one look at his map ami not have a firm conviction that this is true'.' Why L''su wns tu'B region circled like a gull' about this mountain promontory'.' Why but that Kast Tennessee, with Its mountain brcecs, its pearly strea...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 14 February 1872

ibroHlc Witthl (SxanW, Mcbmstow, gthxixm m, 1672. home' ciWcnie. ii:ico.n iionu. , Deacon l)oJd ojico feelingly said , , j About his Hctsey, 'onp donJ- 1 ' If over nn angel loved a ninn, Tli R t angel, ir, iviw.wm Hotkey Ann : f I happened to scold her she wns to ti.O'jK. f Which llie Deacon did sovon times in a wool;! Sho'd tlnp her apron up to lior eye, Vnd nover say nothing, but only cry." Out, Indies, p'hnps you'd like to bo told. That Deacon Dodd, lileo otlior men, Waited ft year, and married again ; Hat ho married n most invetoruto scold. And now 'tis the Deacon's turn to bo meek, As ho cots well rasped from week to week; Hut rattier than "open his head'' ho'd bum Ho wishes uio second was witii tno nrst : But ns she's as tough a a hickory limb, So doubt shu'll livo to say of him, l ever a Faint tno lootstooi trod, That man that saint was Deacon Dodd.'' I Countrii fore and Wtj Lift. wait axi sr.n. r i . . Wiion my boy with eager questions. Asking how, and whore, and wh i:. Taxe...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 21 February 1872

A iMJL IT I -' ' I 4 li .TV ffTSTf VOL. II. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 21- 187-2. NO, 47. FACTS ABOUT EAST TENNESSEE. Aiimv.ci'H to Correspondents. no. rvm. We are almpit daily In receipt of letters asking if wo do not pfopo?icvtb iubllh in pamphlet form our articles ou East Ten ncssce. Mr. J. W. Murray, of Excelsior, Michigan, writes : "Now permit mo to ask, Coutl we not ilo a good thing for East Tennessee, and Tor thoso desiring information,, concerning that region, and a paying onof by publish ing that icric of ar(icU In pamphlet form, as cheaply 'an yoil "could, and advertising it? Huch a pamphlet might, perhaps, also contain any other items of interest that you could add. " There are many in the North who are longing for homes In a milder climate, to whom such a pamphlet would bp more than welcome." "Wo have been frying to arrange for the publication referred to", nridhbpbsbon td do so. We agree with Mr. Murray that it wou Id be or great benefit to East Tennessee. We...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 21 February 1872

2 r ... J(f "WEDNESDAY, FEUltUARY -1, farm .yivi GAitwiSisT TO OUR FAEMEB 7BIEHD3, Wc wantTu niuiTc tiicVEiCLY CMo'n- icle a Farmers paper, 03 well as a jour nal for the Family Circle or for tho Politi cian. Wo can do thla if you liolp us. 1'hcoria in furrulug nro abundaut and rtotiblleii of great value. But practical results arc lnor6 valunult. If our farmer rendura will tuko an interest in giving fcrich other the lnjnclit of their experience, it will prove mutually profitable "We urge all of our tanner, therefore, to send us short and pointed article for our Agri cultural Columns. If any friend haa made experiment on any particular way of farming or raising stock, let him send his vlowd to us for public information. In U1I3 way wc can make the AVekkia Chronic ie a valuable medium for farm ers to communicate to each other valuable BUggcstioua. 'Wo have secured tome friends to write for ua in tula way. Chan cellor Temple lias experimented with line cattle, aud Is writing the result ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 21 February 1872

t'olltlrn.1 Strmt nnd Rlng;nt yVrtnlilncloii, Tim Xew York irrnfii Washington cor1 responded, under data' of thn luh, dh natchr fr8m "Washington M follow 'l'hfe onty rMlly 'cii?tfil JntwhiTngo'W . 1 .' t 1 X .. ...... . . it tie HKjuniuu wiiimuu i ii iiii ii jiuvuvj mil' nor party last lght given to, the. leading democrats In Cougr,cs4 by n juutii.Q manu facturer who wants to mako tlio ijartooh's for thtf ilomoc'ray In the nctfauYa,w. He matta&cd to itt 'together tiph people a Hendricks, Voorhoci nnd Niblack, of In dlana; (,'px and HrooUs, ,' 2Ccv York, and others almost as widely known, and, tho tonvewatlon Doing Informal wM 'less rdn rtrntned than Usual. Tho trotiltlo that re scaled lt-olf, oven nmld thn hilarity, was tl'o chronic troublo. of the domounwy namcly, the liourhonNni of thb patty, Tho fof of Iho "hew departure" doc trine of last yonc and the? ' passlvo poli cy" of this HHQWed themselves.. ftiropR (UiougU to prevent any , open expres sion of opinion as to' tho prope...

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. — 21 February 1872

if 1 J J I Sjjc '&Uchhj ljnmitlc. RULE & RICKS, Publishers, Xumhcr 10 2farkclJlucc, ICatt Side. ti:ms or MJiMit'Kivrios. Ono coir, ono year,. r- 0 Ono copy, tlx months, 1 00 Ten copies, ono year - J6 60 Twenty coilcs, ono year,..... - 0 00 WEDNESDAY, . . . FEBRUARY SI, 1872. Clubs for the Weekly Chronicle, Tiik year 1872 will bo exciting. County Elections in August, will bo hold in tho various counties of the State. A I'msident, Vice Pkesidekt, find Con obe&sme! for the United States, and a Governor and Members of tho Legislature for the State of Tennessee, will bo elected in November, 1872. It is thercforo important that tho people should havo a reliablo political paper, a? well an enter taining Family Journal. NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE. "Weekly CunoNlCLE, $2 00 per yoar. Clubs of Ten, $1 Co each. Clubs of Twenty, 1 00 each. Send names and money to RULE & RICKS, Knoxville, Tenn. WEEKLY SUMMARY OF 'EYVS. UOJIK, Governor Reed, of Florida, has been im- peachod O' Ba...

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. — 21 February 1872

WEDNESDAY. HlKllKuXlj'ilSr8-l!. Of tho Chkonicu; mailed frco to any uddrc? 911 1 licadori. ' i ' ' : i ap- KATl.'M OF AIlVF.ItTINIMl IN WKKIll.Y. Ten line;, or less, solid, to constitute a square. a ' H I 4 1 S(4uaro.., $ 1 60 $ 3 fO 2 Squares 1 1 3 00 6 (XI 3 Squares , 4 50' 9 00 4Saunr II ml 11 50 $ 4 60 8 50 11 50 14 00 lrt 50 33 00 a m 9 00 SI 5 00 10 501 10 601 27 00 11 50 23 50 37 50 IS U)t 30 00) 45 00 2H (K) :SI50 55 50 CO 00 75 001 J0tJ 5 Square 7 50 14 00 12Bquare i 1 001 30 lOi 3f 3S- IVo Krarnril JliWWInxlow'n Hoothlnx Svrun ns invaluable for llio iitirooscs fur which it is designed, and would have it if its prico were uouuie wuai 11 now is. Kxnninto for tlio I.imIIfm. A. Cndy, of Cambridge, Massachusetts, has tisnd her whocler & AViliun Machino constant ly In nil kinds of drcss-mnking, sinco tho spring of 1858, without repairs, and it is now us good ns new. Mnrrlc'1. At tho lhiptht Church in Dnndridgo, on Sun. day ovenintr. February 18. 1872. by ltov.W. A, Montgomer...

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. — 21 February 1872

inobillc oMcchln muck, (Mtbncsfonn, Jfcbruarn 21, 18S. 0 riRKAT Ir(riH'tlu iiilln(;rnl(iii. XlKli't: " vc . .if . w?"ttAt et tirj T I. V A.N Gil B EtR, ... PUBLIC IXU'HKST IX OIK I'NIVKKSI TV. ' t I XI ini- xivr.iwn . iioii . Reform," In tin- CHit(i.vii.rr.i: oi',tlie 'Jth lnt., but t'Sprt-S-etl the ultiinato in tlio mind of ,S N. 1., yhun ho so ubly urged the Vnlveriity for this continent as. n pos sible future for tHU Ktt TenneHseu Uni versity. It Is but n trul-mi to nillrm that tho Western world Is to have, nt sonu time and ioinCtrherc, a University as much stir-lia-slng Oxford or Cambridge as our nuig nllioent territorial ilomalu aiiriuuacs the ocean bound oonilncs or the Hritbh Isles. Where tills shall bo Is loft to the wisdom of fhe'niaturcd conviftions ot'thls rapidly ilevelopinc Westi'in people to determine.! Whv ulnv it not bo our Own University V "JteVorm'' eertnlnly gives most vxeellcut! reason-, from our climatology, why it should lav Hero students can walk tho paths of ...

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. — 21 February 1872

A Mini Triitelt I'lc ISunurcU Mllc lo ICiindrcU. Mllc Hill the AUcfrril Iteirns vr or III Wife. William Bluglctoti. who vus employed at a suw mill, ut Shelhiioutid on the iNufjlt vlllc und Chattuiioogit mllroiul, wus Bitot ut thut iiltico Monday afternoon, by a man named T. .1. Johnson, Mini hulls from lie nova, Illinois. Johnson tells tin: following i-torA in vin dication of Lis conduct;, Ajbout a year and :i half ago, Singleton lived in Geneva. YhilO therulio bet'ante 106 intiinlttc with .fohnson'H 'wife, but nooh after left tlib place. HhXffc that time lit had been cor rusnoildlilg with Mrs. Johnson. The htiAj hand ntyrveli'tl their letter and fount! them such as ought Hot Ut be Written 0 another inan'H Mi fa nor answered by her. lie therefore determined to hunt Hnjjlc ion up atid'klll him. He arrived ntChattuiioottuMuntlny hloin ing, and learning that fcllltileton. waa ut dubllmouiul, announced publicly that he Intended to kill him.a'nd left for that place In the afternoon. On a...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 21 February 1872

8 IIOMI3 CIKCLE. tiii: ritiNi'. KNOW rAU, f Theso cxmiUito lines wcro writton by Jamos Kussell (Lowell, nftcrtho death of 'liM eltW child: r Tho snow had bcKiw In tlio gloaming, And busily nil the night " ! Und hotn henping llcld null hlchway With n silcnccj leei mid white. Uvery pine, mid fir, And hemlock Wore ennino too dec)) for nn curl, And tho poorest Ivn'r on tlio elm-trco Wns ridged inch-deep Willi pearl. From sheds, new roofed with CarrorB, Came, chanticleer's ntullled crow, Tho ttlff mils woro softened to swan's-down. And still fluttered.down tlio snow. '" I stood und watched by the window And tho sadden flurry of snow-birds Like brown lenves whirling by. I thought of n mound in sweet Auburn Where ft little heiidstono stood, tlow the flakes wero tolding it gently, ! As did robins tho babes in tho wood. Up spoke our little Mabel, Saying, " Father, who makei it snow ? " And I told of tho good All-Vnther, "SVho cares for ds all below. Again I looked nt tho snowfall, And thdueh...

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. — 28 February 1872

i w. . 1. VOL. II. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 28, 1872. NO. 48. FACTS AliOBT EAST TENNESSEE. liaising Fruit. no. iix.nW! t Wc give below a communication on tho - subject of Fruit Raising nuil make It ono of our East Tenccssco Articles, for it af fords an answer to many inqurlcs being propounded. Our people- arc waking up on tills subject of ralBlng" frjlU. A sub scriber from Sovler, county Informed us Monday Hint ovorclov&n hundred dollars' worth of fruit trees were sold in that county this spring by ono firm. Our people havo heretofore given .ns ono excuso for not raising more fruit, that they had no ready market for it. How is the fact? Wo have been pay ing from fifty to seventy-Ilvo cents per pcckforapplcsln theKnoxvillc martlet and most of them brought from the North at that. If our farmers will dig good collars and pits to prcscrvo their fruit, so Hint they need not send It into market nil at ouco they will find it will pay them well. Tho market in East Tennessee...

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. — 28 February 1872

$n0j(?J(ri!lc SSfwhin (Ejjronielc, fr&lcimcsimn, bnmvn as, 1872, 2 yEBKUAKY JW, loTi AN KDITOIt 1ST A KV.W JlOI.i:. ' Tlic Secret or 1'leinliiK's Atlnek on Itrooks nnrt Uuxtcr. Wo published yestordny a simple abstract from tho proceedings of tho Chancery Uourt, in tho caso of E. J. Brooks vs. Jnc 2d. Fleming.. A3tholnttorgcntlcaaadccm3tbo ca3o to im portant m to rqnko it the occasion of a bitter as BAult upoii tho diont opposed to him nnd his solicitor public interest and curiosity demand that wo should publish tho facts of tho case. It will bo seen from tho grnro charges mado and tho manner of their being rondo, that Mr. Fleming will find it necessary to answer thorn othcrwiso than by violent abuso of tho parties. If ho is not guilty of perjury, as Mr. IJrooks charges, Mr. Fleming ought to say so and provo tho chargo false. It will not do to an swer by accusing Brooks of being n " carpet baggor." That u no longer a badge of disgrace in this community. It docs not matter that Mn...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 28 February 1872

ghi0biUt Sfttcchljr (!rjmdf, Mcbncsbn), $ckuarn 38, B11. A HOYS' BATTLE. Tlio CnntcMt oritlvnl Tonus Tlirrc linn, ilrpil Hoy i;ii(;nKCl III a Illot Ono IUch ur UN Injuries. I From the Wheeling (W.Vn,) ltcslttcr. Feb. 12.1 For a week or two past the boys of the rival villnges of Rcllalrc, on tho Ohio kUIo of tho river, nnil Jlenwood, on tho West Virginia Blue, havo been engaged in fight ing. "Whenever a ReHnlto boy was found on this ttldd of the river lio was unmerci fully bentcii, niul when n Uenwood boy was discovered in Jlcllalro tho Hogging was repaid with interest. Last Saturday week tho boys of tho two places mot on tho ico and engaged in a regular pitched battle, using stones and even pistols. Some of tho combatants nro now in tho Marshal county Jail nwalting trial for riot. On Saturday last a vast number of boys, .about ISO on each side, met on tho ice, by .-appointment it would seem, and engaged in a most terrific fight. Every concclva blo missklo was used and several of tho...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 28 February 1872

$k0bilk Mcehlu jomc(c, Mcimcsbmi, jfeku;u-i 28, 182. c CLtllccIiln (btomclc. RULE & RICKS, Publishers, Xumbcr 19 Market Place, Jkist Side. TKH.MN or suast'iuiiiox. Ono copy, ono year 00 One copy, six months, - 1 00 Ten copies, ono year,. - 16 0 Twenty copies, one yenr,...,.-....: 80 00 WEDNESDAY, . . . FEBRUARY 28, 1872. Clubs for the Weekly Chronicle. The year 1872 will bo oxciting. County Elections ix Auovst, will lie hold in tho various counties of tho Slate A Vkkmdest, Vice Puksidekt, and Cox onKsMEir for tho United Slates, and a Governor and Members of the Legislature for tho Stato of Tcnnossce, will ho oloctcd in November, 1872. It is therefore important thnt tho people should have a reliable political paper, ai .well an enter taining Family Journal. SOW 18 THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE. "Weekly Ciir.oxtcu:, S2 00 per year. Clubs of Ton, Si W each. Clubs of Twenty, $1 50 each. Send names and money to RULE & KICKS, Ksoxville, Tens. WEEKLY SDJ11IARY OF NEWS. HOMU. Freights for S...

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