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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 3 April 1872

r1- -Si ' w 1? HAXTKK SPKAfcS AT CIIATmoOtlA. Why the Public Vs-lntlng Os-riiiix Abuse Him. Co;;Baxtcr Bpokc nt Clmttnnoogu Thurs day liight, as per announcement. The Herald. reports It as 'follow.:' "Avery respectable audicuco gathered lust-night lulvaylor's Hall to hear what Col. John Baxter, the great lender of the HcfoMu Party' In Tennessee hud to my upoh thd Issues of tho'Uny." After giving his objections to ltcpubllcan rulo in Tenncssee-up to 1870, ho Hpoke, ac cording to.tho Herald's report, as follows': "When Bonier sold liliusclf out, the Col onel Said, ho wasfooliah enough to suppose a befter pnrty had come Into power, but ao'ou, ,alasl. ho became awaro of his mis take, lie found the samo corrupt legisla tion going on, only with a different set of thieves reaping the spoils, lie here pitch ed into the printing frauds, and showed that combination of tho Democratic press Of tho Btute, "under the linn name of Jones, Purvia & Co., hud swindled the people out of thousands a...

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. — 3 April 1872

$Uur6tIk ffifcehls 0ntdt, Mtbmribag, $ril tf, IHa ill 1 i V Lid w 7 HOME CIItCIul3. anti:r iay ani katiis hl'kstion. " Whntdocs Easter mean? nsked Katie, Climblnp up upon my Unco ; .Nurscy snld wo must bo happy "When sho dwessed w Fwod nitd nio. Why, p'enso tell mo V Very eager Wero hor pretty pleading eyes. I liko Cwinnas : don't 'on, mamma ? Kastor iiii't halt so nico." " "Wait, my darling, hour tlio story Thon you'll lovo this hlcssod day. That's right, Freddie, climb up quickly If yourro quiet, you can stay. "When tho Savior enmo from henvon " "Cwlsmnsl" broko in Katie's voice. " Y&, pot, thoro woro few to lovo Him, Few but atigols to rejoice. Mnny days ho spent in holding Loading souls from death to life ; Often blessing littlo children, Culiningaiigry words of strife" " Took cmln His arms 1 " said Freddy. " Just .is 'ou do I " Kntio cried. " Yes " I said : " nnd for tho children Jesus, our dear Jesus died. Cruel hands wero laid upon Him, Nailing Him upon tho tree Many of H...

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. — 10 April 1872

r -i s Sttttf VOL. III. KNOXYILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. APRIL 10, 1872. NO. 2. FACTS ABOBT EAST TENNESSEE. .-iinowUIc iiis a Co in mere I til Center. XO. J.XV. Wo gave some Important statistics and facts in our last number concerning tho -health of East Tennessee find of Knoxvllle. Wo propose In this number to glyo some facts showing the commercial linportanco of Knoxvllle. There ard few cities of the size of Knox vllle that nro so favorably situated. Tt is geographically considered, the natural cen ter of a very largo country, abounding In wealth nnd having resources of a great variety. If our readers will putn map be fore them, having upon it the States of Kentucky, Virginia, North Carolina, Geor glaand Tennessee and will follow us In our references to localities they will better ap preciate and understand the information wo give. Tako Knovlllo as a center, then, on your map, and run your eye over tho sections to bo named, and tho country na' turally tributary to us, will be.bctter c...

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 April 1872

$to0bHk MMj (jmtlt, cfcncsunjr, pril 10, 1872. 4 BULE & RICKB,Publishors, n'umbcr 10 Market 1'kicc, Hast Side. ,.JT i 1 Tiaois or Hiinsciiirxio.v. Ontj,coi, omjyoar,.. - $2 00 Ono cojiy, six months,. , ... 1 00 Ten copies, ono year,... 10 SO Twenty copies ono year,....;..'. SO 00 "WEDNESDAY,. . . APRIL 10, 1872. WEEKLY SUMMARY OP NEWS. lio.tn:. Prof. Morse, tho inventor of Uio telegraph, is dond Dr. Huston has commenced suit against tlio Baltimore American for slander Tlio military authorities havo been instructed to protect tlio border citizens of Texas from Mexican raiders Gen. Robert Anderson's funeral obsequies wcro of an imposing diame ter. ......Tlio now Spanish minister has presented his credentials Kod Cloud i3 peacefully in- . - n ., - - COXmU'SSIOXAI.. Generals Hampton, Kershaw and Butler, of South Carolina, dony tho imputation of being Kuklux Straw bids for mail contracts nro being ventilated llanby, of Alabama, has taken his. 6oat; which Was contested by Morris, who ...

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 April 1872

r WKDNKSUAY AMI I jHI'ljOIJIKN coriKS - . -. - Of tlm CitROXicr.K mnlicd free to any address on ap liciitluii. UATi:S or A1IVKUTI.HIM1 IX WKllKI.Y. Ten lines, or less, solid, to coiutltuto n square, ' S I d I I ' va.. tn h S 3 ! S" h to w ei ' 1 Square $ 1 CO $ 3 60 $ 4 M 6M J U 00 115 0c) 2 Squares 3 00, GOO 8 50 10 60 WW 27 00 3 Squares 4 50 0 00 11 60 1150 2.1 60 37 50 4 Squares 6 00 11 50 11 00 M 00 SO 00 45 00 5 Squares 7 60114 00 10 60 23 00 30 50 65 60 I I J WVUKIiY MirrKOllOMOK'AI. ItKIMsKT. SlKiiul Service U. H. Army. Von tub Wkkk Kxm.va Moxiiay. Apmiu 8. 1S72. UTS ... , o Statenftlio Davs ei'Tlir. M'kki.. S.S , weather. TUESDAY . ItfFolo FirT AVBDN33DAY 47) 0.U bight Hah. THUKSDAY,..'.". 50 0.23 Fair. FHIDAY :.. , 57 0.00 " SATUltDAY. 73 0 00 ClouJy.- MMjfe.....-.....!. 72! 0.OT, " Tlio Ileil Cross, Subscribers who And tho Hod Cross mark on their paper will know their tinio is out. If thoy wnnt tho paper another year thoy must let U3 know. '"Wo must stop all papers not pai...

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. — 10 April 1872

$natkMt Witl Cfyxamtk, Wtim&my, yxi lfl, m. tend to do so we had better givo up any Agricultural YI'iu-cIioiibc. Real Estate. Real Hstnlc. o J t t f n li st 1' u ti T ir P 33 o li tl. w V V p c s c tJ O' 0 tl li A it P, is h P a f( tl t 1: , o tl ii s it n 1 e c 'J t li c t r- V 1 c V t n F a 8 o a ff 14 ir n P il t ns 1st Al'KIL 10, 1872. REPUBLICAN MERTIMJS. IlnMt TcniiPhHVR I'orinluir Ilcr I.Iiicn. We lmvo received the proceedings of quite ii number of Republican meetings linhl nn Mnnilnv. to rmnolnt. (lelGirnfe.s to tho Nashville Convcutldfe on the 15th of May. Wo are compelled to abbreviate some of the reports, lor tho reason that we lack the space to give them. In MoMinn 'county, E. L. Jllller, Ewj., wjis called to tne ciiair aim L.apt. j. tj. RIctrs requested to act as secretary, when the following delegates were appointed to attend the State Convention : A. J. Shelton, Esq., Wm. Hoback, Hen ry uutnric, lion. J. it. juugui, uapt. Jno. D. Lowcry, Dr. E. Daniels. Col. jr. L...

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 April 1872

THE WORK' 01-' THE EXTRA SESSION. An i:.xiotlliun of Kvrry Lmr iiimI KvmiIii. tlou of 1'iiMlc IittrrrNt. NAsnviM.fi, April 1, 1872. -kimoits Chronicle : Tho Legislature Ht'Jmiriieil to-day, after n laborious session 01 twenty tlnya. Sixteen Acts were, passed Wild twulltv-elirllt llpeiiliiflmm Notwithstanding the heated political dis- missions growmg out, oi tne Apportion- Jiicnt bill, n much more coullnl fuollnu ex luted uinoiig tho members tlinn at the las eiing ex- '. tin. Itiut session. I have carefully prepared tho following epitome of what was done, giving the substance of every Act and Itewlutlon, ex cept one or two local measures affecting Middle and "West TenncBsce exclusively. In making this abstract I have avoided ex pressing any opinion as to the merits or demerits of the new legislation. RAILROADS. The ltallroad Commissioners were au thorized to sell the Tennesseo and Pacific Railroad to tho stockholders for $.".00,000 in State bonds. This law was the result of a conipro...

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 April 1872

3iwbillc Within !flmclr, Mtbncjsbajrjjril ltf, l$Z HOMK CIKCLE. roll N.VTUUIIAY MUHT. JositUA'J: 5. Clmfcd nnd wqrn with worldly onro, Sweetly, Lord, my heart proyinroj 13id tins inward tempest cease ; Jesus co mo nnd whlspor jionco I Hush tho whirlwind of my will, With Thyself my spirit 1111 ; End in calm this busy week. Lot tho Sabbath gontly break. Sever, Lord, these ctirthly ties : Pain my soul to Theo would rie, Discntnnglo me from time, Lift mo to a purer climo; Let mo cast nwny my loud, Lot mo now draw nigh to God ; Oontly, loving Jesus, speak, End in culm this buy week ! Draw tho curtnin of ropoo, Whilo my weary eyelids close j Seal my spirit whilo I rest, Give mo drownings puro and blest 1 Kaiso inn with a cheerful heart; Holy Ghost Thyself impart I Then tho Sabbath day will bo llcavcu brought down to earth and inc. Lyra Sabbatiea THE ISIIAELITKS IX HOWIAXIA. Story I lliclr l'oi scent Inns. I Bucharest, February 23Correiondcncc of tho Man- Chester Courier. A deputation from...

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 April 1872

1 IJI.ftr--.' (vkvmxdt : ?T . v IB i P VOL. III. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. APRIL 17. 1872. NO. 3. FACTS ABOUT EAST TENNESSEE, Unoxvillc as a aisiuufticdirliig Center. NO. I.XVI. Wo come now in the place marked out for our articles, to consider tho advantages Knoxvlllo nflbrds ns a manufacturing point. Our readers who liavo fixed in their minds tho geographical position wo assigned Knoxvlllo in our last article, will remember that it has a largo and growing territory to bo supplied by Its merchants and manufacturers with goods, wares and merchandise. Tho manufacturing interests of this city arc yet comparatively undeveloped. Wo have, however, as wo believe, tho basis for making this a manufacturing center. Just thirty miles north of us are immense fields of coal. They lay side by side with valuable beds of iron. They arc immedi ately on tho lino of tho Knoxvlllo and Ohio Railroad, which wo trust will noon bo extended north to tho Ohio at Louis ville and Cincinnati. An unfinished l...

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. — 17 April 1872

IhuKbillt Mtchiji jomdc Mctmcsft;m, $t1 U, 18?a, WEDNESDAY, AMUL 17, 1871! Wk licnr encouraging nojvs from almost every county concerning tho crop pros pects for tho coming summer. Tho wheat, ontd, corn and fruit arc all promising. Our farmers begin more and more to realize that upon them rests tho prosperity and growth of our section. They have It lu their power by proper effort to build us up as a section upon an enduring founda tion. If they will cultivate- their acres thoroughly, enrich their worn out lands, ilenr their fields from stumps and under growth, uso evciy department of agricul tural Industry to tho best advantage, wo will increase In wealth, otherwise, wo will fall back Into tho old ruts. A careless, slovenly way of farming will pull down a country more surclvnndnuickly than anything else. Our farmers would do better to farm tnor- - one liunureil acres 01 lanu uiau ou to (rill V .,iii,rntn i.,,imvrnntlv two hundred acres Tho present season Is a promising ono and wo ho...

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. — 17 April 1872

gtaririllc Wicthk rjmck, Mlcbncstow, ynl 1ft 1872, 3 Ol'It GKOHGIA IXTTEl.. tieorcln Newt Mncon nntl Kuoxvllln Itnll rontl. Mn.i.r.nnnvn.M:, flnoiuiiA, April 8, 1872. Wo nro having n continuation of the re markably rainy season which has consti tuted tho stylo of tho weather for tho past several months. And In regard to tem perature, tho present spring Is tho coldest and mont backward wo have ever known here. The Indications aro that tho mania for planting largo crops of cotton In this region has not yet been cured by sad expe rience.. Until tho grain culturo increases very largely, wo shall havo no prosperity. Wo spent yesterday in Macon, and had tho pleasure of taking by tho hand, at tho excellent Urown House, (tho nicest hotel in tho South,) your worthy fellow citizen, Mr. Frank Scott. His report of Knoxvlllo was well-pleasing to tho well-wishers or your city. Wo attended, at Macon, onoof tho Head ing and Recitation performances or a truly -wonderful man l'rof. IJonham whoso .fam...

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. — 17 April 1872

Six (Lcllccliln dibronirlc. RULE & RICKS, Publishers, dumber Id Afarkcl Place, East Side. rr.mns or KimseitiVTiox. Ono covy, ono year....... One com', six month ., Ton coi1cj, ono year,.: Twenty copleJ, ono year,... , J2 00 , 1 00 , 10 50 ,30 00 WEDNESDAY AP1UL 17, 1872 WEKKLY SUMMARY OF EWS. homi:, tJnow foil at Council DluflV, Iowa, to tho depth of fifteen inches The case of Dr. Houard, nn American resident of Cuba, who is now f prisoner in Spain, is being investigated by tho Stato Dopnrtment Gen Cortina, of Mexico, has bocn arrested for illegal acts by a Texas Judge Mrs. James Fish's residence was robbed of $1,000 worth of jewelry last wcok Tho llcpublicans havo tho majority of tho Municipal officers in Albany, N. Y Tho Massachusetts Republican Stato Convention en dorses tho present administration Tho Na tional Convention of Colored Men, which met in New Orleans on tho 10th inst., was an im posing body A Mormon older says the United States government can nover solvo that reli...

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 April 1872

ginosbilfc ftgUchlj) (muclc, Mcbncstmjj, pvi! U, 187S. wkdnksday apbil 17, Tsri " NI'KOIJlEJf COI'IIX OflhoCiiHONlct.K mulled frco to nny address on nii . Mention; kati:s or aivkutinin; ix wi:i:kix Ten lines, or less, solid, to cotistltuto a squnro. a .2 ! S STACE. ' Squares...... 3 Squares 3 Squared 4 Squares C Squares 1 60 $3 60 $4 50 860 11 HI U 00 10 60 8 6 BO1 0 OO'JIS HO 3 m 4 60 li ft) 7 CO 0 00 U 00 11 60 li 00 Nl lull JU 00 Z IM 14 50 21 60 37 50 ltt 00 HO 00 45 00 2S 00 30 60 65 60 WVCKIiY MKTKOItOI.ltnCAI. Ulll'OHT, Nliriiul Service V. S. Army. Von tiik Wkkk Kndixq Monday. Amil 15, 1S72. OT3 Dats oc tint Wkkk. Stateoftbo weather, TUESDAY WBDifJSDAY.. THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY MONDAY 09 i 0i 0 6J 0.00 0.W) 0.05 oco 07 C0 00 oil The Ileil Cros. Subscribors wlio find tho Bed Cross mark on thoir paper will knew tboir tlmo is out. If thoy want tho paper imothor year they must let us know. AVo must stop nil papers not paid for. To tlie Friends oi" the Chronlelc. Tho exciting ele...

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 April 1872

. APMI, 17, 1872, VIVID ACCOUNT OF THE CALIFORNIA KAKTIIQUAKE. Mi-ncc tirevuwooil filve Her Experience, In a very interesting letter written to tho New York Ttmcs, from biienuneiito, under (Into of tho 20lh March, Grace Greenwood says of tho earthquake. It occurred, that is tho great shock, at .2:20 o'clock, and then tho clock stopped. It was lato when I went to bed last night. I was tired nnd weak from recent Illness, yet I could not sleep for a long time. I fancied the air was heavy nnd sultry. "With n window wide open in my largo chamber, I still had a strange feeling of oppression and apprehension, though nil without was profoundly quiet a dead stillness. After long t5sslng and weary waiting, I slept, It Keemed but n little while. I dreamed I was at sea, and that tho ship suddenly struck upon a rock, and, shuddered and shivered and creaked fearfully. I woke to feel the rocking, straining motion of the shin, and the roar of tho wind and the waves. I had actually some moments of v...

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 April 1872

.. ..Secrclnrj .lloutwell Abl) Jlcrcndeil. Mr. Monroe, of Olilo, defoiitlfd Becrota ry JJoutwell'8 liinritigeinent of tlio Treas ury Department. Ills speech Is regarded with more than ordinary Interest, in con sequence of the intimate personal relations between the speaker and thlftfcsecrctary. Jlla speech Is.thereforc, regarded as reflect ing the views of the Secretary and his reasons for certain courses alluded to. In this speech ho dwelt particularly about which there has been some dltlerence. Ho defended tho rapid payment of the public debt, on the ground that II had beed neces sary and effective- in re-establishing tho National credit. He contended that it had been wiso to retain a largo amount of gold in tho Treasury, because it had cnablod tho government to check or to prevent un principled conspiracies, bccmiso it had kept tho Government hi readiness to re sume speclo payments, and because it hnd sustained the credit of the nation, keeping up tho value of ilio United States ...

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 April 1872

HOME CIRCLE. WOKAN'N UH'K AX1 TRUNT. In tlio Evening l'ost of Now York, wo find n lottor on tho'forthcoming Mny Atlantic. Tlio writer says of Urct Hurt's contribution ! Uo tolls "Tlio slmplo story of n woman's lovo anil trust". Tlio scono Is "Tlio fortress, old and quaint. By tlio San Francisco friars lifted to thoir pa- Iron saint ; and tlio story ojions as follows : "Countvon Kcsanoff, tlio Hussian, envoy of tlio mighty Czar, Stood besido tlio deep embrasures whoro tlio brazen cannon arc. tlo with grave provincial magnates long bad held sprenn dobntu On tho Treaty of Allianco and tlio high alfuirs of stato ; lie, from grave provincial magnates, oft had turned to tako apart "With tho Comandant3's daughter, on tlio ques tions of tho heart, Until points of gravest import yielded slowly, ono by one, And by Lovo was consummated what Diploma cy begun ; Till besido tho deep embrasure', whero tho brazen cannon are, He roceived tho two-fold contract for approval of tho Czar j Till bosido t...

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