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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 20 March 1872

by It VOL. II. KNOXVILLE, IENN., WEDNESDAY. MARCH 20, 1872. NO. 51. mm gflL tutu-1 tuiij.i q y y tV-r . . r - FACTS ABOUT EAST TENNESSEE, tnsucrH to Correspondents. no. ixir. We liavo lieforo b a very largo number of Idlers of Inquiry concerning East Ten-3 nosqee. It Is Impossible for us to answer .nil tho questions, or answer thoso of the same general Import, lit each case. We shall glvo a fowand answer- the questions In a way to give Information o all Inter ested. The following letter will afford us occasion to give that replies will apply to several .others-: ' . . Watttoma, Wis., March 0, IfiTli. Editors Ciiko.nkm: : Enclosed I sond one dollar for your paper, (0 months). You reply to inquiries. Why are your lands held, sonio quite cheap, some very high '.' Docs tho noil vary very much In quality Where tho land is level enough for cultiva tion, and Is the timber generally largo enough for good sawing timber ? Aleo, what Is tho highest temperature generally in summer and lowest in...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 20 March 1872

$nmbxlt Wttl&U tfbronifle, ft&ipimiT, Unrrb SCf, 1872. SUOOESTIONS .ABOUT rABMINQ. Olio lesson our people will learn by the hard times now pressing upon them Is that they must produce moro to sell It vlll not do to rely solely upon corn ami bacon or wheat for our money. Our farm ers must learn to rrmko uso of every rc- Bourco to brine them means. Their butler Orcliari (JraV "V Asthc jx.-onta ofllMt lVnjKsseejseein to be turniiigtrielr lUlcHtlon rnerc ami more (to raising tliadlficrcni JklndSpf Mass, tho and eggs and tholr chickens ought to help imv tlielr household and table expenses. Their orchards oucht to give them fruit for their own tables and enough to sell to glvo them spare change for good papers and books. Tlielr com and bacon ought to be one of their principal resources to keep up their farming expenses. Their wheat ought to keep them in bread aud leave them beed and enough to sell for taxes and extra expen ses. Their hay ought to keep their stock in good condition...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 20 March 1872

3 H0tf TREY STEAL l!f ' XE1T YOilK. Mow (he TummnMjr King- Htole in Vie Item .iva,Boo Mayor HaII, of New York, Is on trial for fraudulently approving vouches for hundreds of thousand of dollars. The .prosecution Introduced, nft ono of lis wit nesses Andrew J. Garvey, the prince of plasterers. On taking the, ' stand he was .asked : "Is this claim for 41,2150 a true nnd lion ejt claim?" "It is not," answered Mr. Oarvey. ''On what foundation was it made .asked Mr. Tremalnc. "Well," nnswercd Mn Garvey, searching iti ills pockets for the bills, "it was necessary for me to have during the months of June, July and Au gust, 1870, $110,900 for finishing the plas tering, Ac, of the court house, $78,700 for tho work in progress in July and August; and on tho county buildings $75,000. My whole bills amounted to 5-204,060. I was to have 5120,009 for other people, and was to and did give Tweed $50,000 to go to Albany with and influence the Legisla ture. So I made up a fraudulent bill for $395.(50...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 20 March 1872

Tn V1 alt rra Xumbcr 10 Market l'lacc, East Side. Tinisis or MJBSciwrTiox. nn.oiT. ono5car.i: W 00 Ono cory, tlx months,.; ....... 1 W Ten copies, one ycari:;;...1- .' - W j0 Tint conies, one year.. ........;.;....... 30 00 - - . i .. , i " a c WEDNESDAY,. . . . . &1AKQ1I 20, 187i WKKKLY SUMMARY OF SBITS. ii on v. Tho Governor of Mississippi has put tho Ala bama and Chattanooga Kailroad in running or der in that State Mayor Hall, of Now York, U not vet tned....Aincricnn3 and Mexicans on tl,n frontier aro niurdorinir each other The net creatine a standing funded dobt In South Carolina has been repealed by tho legislature of that State A rovolt occurred in the Missouri ponltontiary on tho 11th inst Tho jury in tho Wcstficld disaster have disagreed... ...Horace Greeley objects to making free trade a plank in tho Cincinnati platform. COJfGltr.SSI03i.VI. Tho House has declared forfeited tho subsi dies formerly granted tho St. Croix and Lake Superior Eailroad Tho tariff is being fully...

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. — 20 March 1872

Hi'KOi.nr.N corns KATKS or AWVEKTINIKU IN WI'.EKI.Y. Ten lines, or lets, (olid, to constltuto a square. ,8 '.aU"(tr sriCK. 1 Square 2 ?quares 3 Squares 4 Squares..., 5 Squares,..., 1 50!J 8 S0 4 5(V$ 0 SO 5 0 00 lis no 27 IX) 37 CO 55 60 in wi 151 50 30 00 30 50 To tlio I'rlcntls ol llio Chronicle. Tho exciting elections to tnlso j)ltico this year inako it Important that tho pooplo should ho reliably informed as to political now. Tho Wbbklt Cukoniclk gives this news fairly and fully. Tho Farmer's, Family Circle, and News De partment, and tlio Market and Llvo Stock lie ports of tho OunOMCLK aro interesting. rcliublo and full. Thcso features tnako it a popular pa per. Tho WeekIva Crokiclk. gives more reading matter than uny othcr popor published in East Tonnfi-ssco, and ought to bo in ovory family. It is trying to build tip East Tcnnosce, and it is tho duty of tho pooplo to sustain it. Now is Titr, Time to' Subscriue. See Oun Cluii Hates. To our old subscribers, whoso timo h out, wo s...

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. — 20 March 1872

.MARCH 20, 1872. LETTER FROM SENATOR BKOWNLOW. Ho Ventilate tUo Liberal .Movement Orant'n Re-noutlimtlon nnd. lie-election Ccrlnln Wbm n Democratic Trlrtmpli will Menu. Washington, Mnrch,ll J872 Messrs. Jtulc A Ricks, Editors Chronicle: Gentlemen: I find in the "Washington papers of ycaterdny morning the following dispatch : "TUB REFORM MOVKMK.VT IN TEXXF.SSEK. " Nashville, March The Re-union and Reform Association of this city have called a mass meeting to assemble hero on May 16th, for coimiltntion as to the best means to bo adopted for the support, in this State, of the nominees of the Cincin nati Republican National Convention." Tnn STATE CONVENTION. But ft few days ago the Htate Central Committee of tho Republican party called a State Convention to bo held in Nash ville on this same loth day of May, which is now appointed for tho assembling of the so-called Liberal Republican Convention. The postponement of the assembling of the State Convention of tho regular and only Republic...

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. — 20 March 1872

WHY JAYrtGQO.DESIONKD. ' The Erie Kins Broken. Wo havo given tli'o'niftltf fyoliits of thb stealing of the rtolUng. Its jlefrftUs Joyfully rccSvcu; t)vci-y,vlicrc. Afr.rjfceli.1 telegram to tho Cinclnnntl Oaicttc 'ex'-l)laliia-vhy Ootihl resigned! - The resignation of Oould, as President, was arranged between (Jon. Slcklca, ou the one hand, and Field and Shearman on tho other. Tho threo wero closeted to gether for hcarly two hours, during which it satisfactory settlement of terms was .agreed upoiu JTonopf tho rmrtle to thlfi important confercneo cared to stato thb terms asked and decided upon, but it is understood that Oould wanted assurances that ho should not bo deposed from the directory when tho classlllcatlon act shall havo been repealed, and large concessions wero domnnded. All wero denied him. The claims which Gen. Bickles has against tho Erlo road and which ho Insists can bo enforced against private estates of Direc tors wero laid beforo Gould ami his law yers. It was also r...

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 March 1872

HOJIE CIRCLE. HAN'T GOai'CHV." IlKpny.Go-l.uoky lins chocks rosy rod, , Ten tfmos n day ho will stand on his hend. i Hnppy-Qo-Lucky is brimful of fun, Up in tho morning us soon ni tho sun, Sliding on banister?, nil tho way dowil, Playing nl circus and bumping his crown. ( When ho has shocked all tho houso with affright, Ofl'ho goes, screaming with roguish delight Happy-Go-Lucky ouco climcd up a tree. Just to look round mid 100 what no could tec. Crack went tho bough I Such, a lerriblo full I Didn't hurt Happy-Uo-Lucky at all 1 Alny-bo tho faint's, with somo potent charm, Uecftttso ho's so cheerful, have kept him from harm. Mother so wishes that ho would bo still. Only for once t but tho roguo never will I Hoppy-Go-Lucky run out in the streets, Asks In to dinner each bopgnr ho meets ; Happy-Go-Lucky now, just think of that Tied granny's spectacles on tho poor catl When ho know mother is going to scold, Up ho trots gravely, in tears, I am told : Thon ho willkiss her nnd hug her with j...

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 March 1872

4 Ct 1 1 l bt iMwmni" 6? it r- VOL. II. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. MARCH 37, 1872, NO. 52. i FACTS ABODT EAST TENNESSEE, MiHccllnucoiiH. NO. I.XIII. Mr. David Leo la one of our most enter prising citizens. He was formculy n resi dent of New York, but Blnco tho wnr has (resided near Knoxvillc, and has been en gaged In agricultural pursuits. He Is a gentleman of judgment and unlmpcach .nblo veracity, aiul what he says maybe r6 .lled upon. Recently, ho has written a let ter to tho editor of Home and Abroad, published at ITnadllla, New York, which wo copy as" the ophilon of n Northern 'mart of our country : Knoxvim-t:, Feb. 17, 1872. FiUKNn Dodoi: : Tho winter with us is nearly over, and those who follow the .occupation of farming arc making prepar ations for sowing oats and clover and for planting potatoes. Tho winter has been .severe here, and on two mornings tho mercury has indicated a llttlo below zero, something which has not occurred beforo (according to our records,) sluco 1812...

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. — 27 March 1872

gbtofbill SStwhln Ebranitlt,8filtt)iTtban, fflwxth '17, 1872. 3IA150II 7 SHALL WE TAX DOOB OS SHEEP 1 The rapid Increase iu the' prlco of wool haa given increased Interest "toltioLuSfiu&a of wool growing. Wo hear of heavy wool men from tllo North inquiring about the facilities for sheep raising in East Tennes see. If our County Courts will take the proper steps to encourago and protect this great interest, we will soon feel the bciic Jits certain to How from au increased pro duction bf wool. The question tho courts must consider is a very plain one. Shall wo raise dogs or sheep ? Shall wc tax dogs, relieve our l arm em and citizens generally from a great nuisance and thereby protect our wool producers; or shall wo levy a heavy tax on sheep owners, by encourag ing ovcry body to raise a pack of worth less curs, good for nothing but to destroy property V Wo say that tllo issue presented to our County Courts is cither to tax dogs or tax wool growers, Somo llgures will bear, ud out i...

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. — 27 March 1872

gfotoibHtc Mttty tfjfenwlt, pftbncgbag, 3$arcfr a?, the oKr.r.sF.vii.i.K horror. Tbe Mntftat-cr KlutpHon'n Confraolon. Farther Arrmln and Vlrvfry ef Malm Prwpcrljry Mokkistown, Tjexk., Moh 10, 1872. Editohs Ohroniclk: Tho mystery of tho dcrriblo murder which occurred at Grocnovlllo, Tennessee, Is no longer hidden In dnrkness. Our Tillsgo wm arbusod last evening 'y tho report -of n pistol, and the nowl soqn iprcad Hko wild iflro tht ho Tn$on iriurdcror hud Von lslllod ilv tho RutKoritios. The .facts, m new nsyour correspondent can nbtaln'lhcm, nre riliout iw follows : Me9rs.-JavT. irorcornncl Jm. V. Dobsonl -Deputy Sheriff, arrived In town yesterday morn ing, In search of n suspected person whom rthoy supp6sod hnd directed his stops toward M. Ooorgo Simpson, tlto suspected person, enmo In town nbout dark and went to tho har bor shop of NntU Smith and after shaving jmid iiis bill promptly and stnrtod put tho door whero Dobson and .Jloroer; who had 6btalnod a cluo to his vheroaboUU, wo...

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. — 27 March 1872

-4. IttUTiE & KICKS, Pablishcrsr Xinnbcr If) Mdrhct Pldce, al Shic. nun cnnv. ono rear..... n lr mnnhf. 1 W WEDNESDAY,. MARCH 27, il872. MEEKLY VMMAltr 0F 2fE1T8, MOJIt. . Oon. McClcllan has- withdrawn from tho di rectory of tho Erio Itailroad Small pox. is raging in No York city...-.Tho Ohio Falls Car "Works ivt Jcffcrsonvillo, Indians, wcro burned on tho 0th inst.tvnd sorca hundred men thrown ont of einploymcnt......Tl)0 trial of Mayor Hall, of Now York, U concluded Fc- mnlo suft'wgo has been defeated in Massachu setts. Tho officers and crew of the Kcartogo have bson votca:$I00,000 for destroying tho Ala bama Female suffrage has been asked for tho Territories and tho District of Columbia...... Tho tariff is being considered. rentio.v. Sir Charles Dilko's motion to investigato tho csponsos of Koyalty in England recoived only two votes .The Academy of Arts at Dussol- dorf is burnod The- Roumanian Jows are still being severely persecuted Eight com munists have bcenlsentcnccd to d...

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. — 27 March 1872

0 InIS . W&WnVll 872. Bl'KCIMK?rcpriK.H a a ft w OKIOLK malic I Itcatlon, RATIOS OF A1VK11TINIJM IX WKKKI.T. Ten Unci, or lcw.jiolld, tp.co.nstjfote n square. a S Pi CO iPACg, f-l - 27 00 37 50 45 W 65 50 X Square...... 2 3ounrc...., $1 K 3(H) 4 HI B 00 750 $3M! $4 60 6P0 , io ro 11 50 ,14 00 23 00 9 00 3 Squares......! n oo n do H 00 lvfi0 23 50 4 squares.. 3 Squares., 11 CO 11.00 ,SQ 00 The 'Red CroAH. Subscribers who And tho ltcd Cross mnrlcoii their pnpor yill know tlidir timo Is out. If they want tho paper another year thoy must lot us know, wo must, stop nil papers not paid, tor. To the Friends of the Chronicle. TIio exciting nlcctions to tako place this year niako it important that tho pcoplo should bo reliably informed ns to political news. Tho "Weekly Ciiroxiclk gives this hews fairly and, fully. Tho Farmer's, Family Circle, and News Do partmcnt, and tho Market and Livo Stock Ke porta of tho Cuhoxicle nro interesting, rcllablo and full. Thcso features mnko it, popular p...

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. — 27 March 1872

gtaox&tlb ffitoMu tistidadt, mthttumJim: , ',. A 2. XL I 1- TLLt ll tl. WEDNESDAY, - MARCH, '21 1872. OUR TOKK litTTKIl. Politics nHsPlltlclnnTIie Hccnt Koto In Eric The Km vt Hfform-A Curloiisi Old riee TJIk'I iernl. Ni:v York, March 15, 1872. The city of Gotham has been taking ixa extraordinarily large dose, not of croton water, but of croton oil, or some other equally powerful purgativo agent, and 1h fast getting rid of the evils which havo bo long leena by-word and reproach. Thcgood work of reform promise to be thorough and effective, and the only obstacle in the way of its epcedy triumph la the law and its delays, the very principle which the movement seeks to indicate. It is a rath er singular sight to see criminal indicted in accordance with the regular process of law, finding their only safely In the in numerable shifts and devices which men "well versed in legal lore'' know how to use. Here is our Mayor, for instance, condemned for malfeasance in otllco by the entire re...

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. — 27 March 1872

AN'OTIIEIt CllA.N'.K IX TlIK CO MIRES 8I0XAI. DISTRICTS. wowAavertiscmcHis.- I)rHKn and Mettlclact. HISTORY 'OK The Great Fires f.rera. Avrntfl wanted. II. 37 Park Hon. New York. Tlio lllll nn Kci.ortiil. Kroni Uio Nushvlllo pnpors of Wediics- .1.... i 1nn ll.nf Into Tnnailiiv lilirlit nn-I Tn rittflAflft and tho WEST hr IteV. K. J. (loon " ' ' . T" ..' . ..-.;. SrxiD.D;. of Chicago. Only ofoidctq history. W Oilier CIHUltrtJ WOT innuu in uic "'i'""" I sro. pages: CO engravings. 70.000 nlrrwly -old. Price m......... .....u nmiln ttiifu K-inlc Rrtv rr. $150. -JXOngents made InSOday. . Profit go to nf- takes oil Union mill Roniiu ami puts on Jefferson to our district. Tlila It) tlio change given by Uio tfnton unti AmtHcan. The Manner gives us Union nnil leaves oil Jef ferson "We do not know which Is right, butsupposo tlio Union find American is. Below re tho districts in full, ns they will probably pass : 1st District Johnson,-Carter, Sullivan, Washington, JIaykiis, Qrecno, Hancock. Cl...

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. — 27 March 1872

'' L-Jl.l 1'IIJH I J - I I , t .l.l . Ill ..IL-t-ll ' 'm't ''''lx'!m? m '3 it' :.'. ' t is- ' iit. 'twMw uVtl ; i . . : bit uVmld not Slav: klVKnil I Steamed it nwnyi iiUf .h-H"''wn? Fw'ecf arid - cool ; tWritrten' MyTchi''br!mnicd full 'nbVliinK held WWfZr' .fliil riicn tlio sun sank.to liu rest. Crimson gloricsciirtainedltljovwcst "What bilterWstwlniiiio I I sco in v'ain,thwuglui6uri of night TVhat CAtitattfjno with tbo morning lirlit ; Lone:, long pooping has blinded my sight , Jlniotirn iny lost sunshine. iMyeart is. withered and cold and dead j Snows of winter nro on my head ; Kit Btravcl my weary way. "Pairnnd sweet wero my sprlng-tlmo flovers ; TJioli'and full wore my summer hours ; liadon with gold my autum bowers I have nothing loft to-day I Lilian Clarke, In Harper's Magazine, for April. MARCH. JUarch is a funny old blustering fellow : llo whistles histunes from morning till night; Ho scatters tho ground with crocuses yellow, Thon frosts them over With white. Up in tho mor...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
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