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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 24 April 1872

vol. in. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. APRIL 21, IS72. FACTS ABOUT EAST TENNESSEE. JInroriuntioii About Kiioxvlllc. NO. I.XVII. Wo give for our Knsfc TcnnesBco nrtlclo (his week (ho following letter from C. W. Charlton, Esq., Commissioner of Immi gration, which will bo found to contain some interesting facts : Itin.KY, O., April 12, 1871. U. W. Charlton, J&q., Knnrvillc, Tain.: Di.wn Sin: Almost constant 111 health fortho past three months has prevented mo from noticing your last kind letter. Tho circulation of your artlclo In reply to my questions to Mr. Johnson has awaken ed an interest hero In Tcnncssco never known before. All that have manufac turing and farming most In view, arc de lighted and will, as soon as possible get out of this unfriendly region. Hut others want Information concerning business In Knoxville, which was not given In your circular. Of course, merchandising Is over-done, ns In nil other places. Aro there any openings for tho follow ing pursuits: Ulacksmlth...

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 April 1872

mwbillc TOcthlj) ODJjromelc ftalcimcstmn, pril 21, Al'JSIL 21, 1H72. ita.xi:iuvivx vxxxoiv. 'cw Zealand Flax. OAJIHONDAI. ,:, l'A., April 12, 1872. oniclk: Through th V.niTim.s OintoNlc medium of your columns. I am desirous to Introduce to tho land owners, furmcra, Ac, of Tennessee, tho plant "Phornium Teimx," or Now Zealand Flax, which I feel assured would jnovo n most valuable agricultural product, yielding a largo prof it by its cultivation, originating many useful industries, giving employment to thousands, and developing to advantago tho fertility of a vast quantity of your nn tllled lands. This llax plant is a peren nial, needing no further planting when arrived at maturity, growing best on rich loamy soil and averaging from eight to nine foot in height. Tho fibre when dressed is of great durability and strength, and as I have remarked, can bo applied to many varied and useful industries ; for instance, in tho manufacture of rope, cor dage, linen, paper, fabrics of various tex...

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 April 1872

JinmbUlc Mtthh) Dmlc, fttfcimcsbaj), pril iTi, 187a. - .4 I cultural IiiipWitioufN. NKW YORK LETTKK. Drugs anil MviIIcIhch. IHST TKXN'KSSEK COUUKSPOXimXtt!. TlortI ttKlntc. BAST TENNESSEE Sew York l'ollllCH lrppl lr it Now Clinrtor Tlirt Corrupt Jmllclnry Tlio C'liicliuintl Convention HIoUph Iiofcimn Tli I ne ii General. Nr.w York, April 10, 187:2. For n comprehensive definition of tho term " Ileform Legislature," let mo refer the curious to Hint rcspcclnblo body of men known ns tho " Commtllco of Seventy." Under their protecting care mid by tho tino of their Inllucnco nnd means, wo Bticeccd . ed In electing w our representatives nt tho Stato capital a set of men whoso watch word was " Reform," and who had agreed to glvo our city a now charter freed from tho objeclioimblo features of tho ono now In existence. So wo throw up our caps nml shouted In a happy chorus, that now Indeed was tho day of our deliverance nigh. To our Legislature wo looked for tho enactment of such measures as w...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 24 April 1872

. I 'i I1 piwrbillc Mwhlfi j)nmltk, Mtamcstmg, pjril 18?2. 1 Hbhc aal'cchln j)rmudc. nULE & KICKS, Publishers, Xumbcr 19 Market 1'laec, Ewt Ono coy, ono year,. Ono copy, tlx months..... Ton co)ic i, ono year,. ' Twenty coplos. op-'ottr t l 00 1 00 . 16 CO ,30 00 UKpDAY APKIL 21, 187! WEEKLY SUMMAKY OF EWS. HOHb Tammany hiu otocted Horatio Seymour Chief Sachem Spring has mado its appearauco in Utah Tlio Methodist Confcronco last week condemned carrying the mails on Sunday., An oarthquako was felt hi Meridian, Missis sippi, on tho morning of Uie 15th A sovcro storm provaitody on tho 18th inst., in mnny parU of tho country....Tho Morso Memorial mooting in Washington. City was largoly nt tended A libel suit has been commenced against tho St. Louis Denxxrat.. ..McKoan Buchanan, tho actor, is dead..Tho National Sunday School Convention "assembled at In dianapolis on tho 17tU initTodd 1'. Cald well lias boon nominated for Governor by tho North Carolina Republicans Tho meeting of tho su...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 24 April 1872

Jlttosbillc ffijTdiljy Cbwmrlc, &lcimc$bm,n ,pril k B7 , t , HI'KCIHKS corir-H Of ttio CunnMci.E mailed froe to any nil dress on np 1 Mention. KATKS Ol' AHYKUTINIKtl IN UKKKI.T. Ten lines, or les t, solid, to constitute n square. I a ? o- o s sr.ccr. S h S W 5" M r-t W O 1 Square....... $ 1 SO $ 3 CO $ 4 M I G fiO 5 9 CO $15 00 2 Squares 3 00 0 CK) 8 50 10 60 16 ffl 27 00 3 Squares...... 4 0 0 ( 11 60 11 fiO 21 50 37 B0 4 Squares I n 01) 11 PO 14 00 lit 00 30 00 45 00 5 Squares...... 7 50 14 00 111 60 28 00 39 CO 63 00 . A WKEHI.T MKTKtfKOI.INICAI. ItKlOKT. Mlffunl Ncrvlco IT. ti. Army, Fob thk Wkks Khdi.no Mommy, Aran. 22, 1S72. "J5 aZ Stutooftbe DAYS OF TICK KEK. gfii TTeatlier. .9 TUESDAY 5V 0,0) Clear. WEDNESDAY 50 0.00 Cloudy. THURSDAY G9 0.0) Cloudy. FRIDAY 6G 0.01 Cloudy. SATURDAY 01 000 Fair. MONDAY 5 0.4(1 Cloudy. Tim lteil CroNH. Subscribers who find tho Red Cro33 mark on thoir pnpor will know tliclr tiino is out. If tlioy want tho pnpor nnotlior year they must let ua ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 24 April 1872

tiuMll Wittlxh) .(fjjrmudt, Wthuifomy, $tl aft, 2 6 APltlli 21, 1872. Disnn-ssixd iiouninn: nillicully Iteturcii Itullrimit 3lvu. Oii! ol' Tlicni Shot mill Iiiituntly Killiil. Yestonlny morning, just beforo 7 o'clock, there occurred t tlio Kiist ToiiiiMicc, Virginia nnd Georgia lhiilrond shops A. 1II.OODY TltAUKUV. which caused ti thrill of horror in the commu nity, nnd especially nnioiig tho immediate frlondsjjf the parties. Tlio parties in tho lior rlblonifnir were both in tho employ of tho Kail road Commany nnd wero held in high cstcom by nil who know them. HobertJITolmlc, tho m'an who liiot such nnluwful death, was a ma chinist, and J. X. llammet was a tinner. TIIK SIVrlCULTV originntcd on Tuesday nfternoon from a very trival.mattcr, nnd from tho best information we could "gather, was nbout as follows : About half-putt thrco o'clock Tolmle came in from tho upper shop nnd going over to Hum met's bench, picked up a 111a which ho was going to uso in filing n pioco of solder. Ham me...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 24 April 1872

OUK XKW YOKK LKTTKIt. Jliii I'lrit iim Flrcil On to Clm-liiiintl--Local l'olltlcs lroMi?c'lj r it tVnIcr I'liinliiv Tlio I.cno.x l.llimr.v Apnrl iiiciiI JIohscn In Ocncriil. From Our Own Coircspondcnt.1 NEW Yohk, April 14, 137U. I Hindu a .slight mistake in my Inst let tor. I wis unfortunate enough to glvo the "Liberal" meeting as being the IMth Inst., Instead of the 12th. Jlowevcr, I will promise not to "double" anything else connected With the "Liberal ltepubllcan" movement. Well, "the llrst gun has been llred," na the Tribune pays, there was con alderable noise and a good deal of smoke, but nobody was hit or hurt for tho very good reafeon that the gun did not contain anything but a blank cartridge. 1 went to tho meeting at tho Cooper Institute on Friday night, and contributed my mltc In aid of tho Jtefornt movement. T did it in voluntarily however. A gentleman In my neighborhood wanted some chnngo to help him pay his way to Cincinnati and so ho helped himself out of my pocket. As...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 24 April 1872

TTOTriiJ OITtCJIVrc. I 1 ll'im vi' Dt'ii't'iiitiiT ! fi fT.j..a-.r --"TT - I ' : . -. 1 imim.y vaihh:.. 0 Dolly I Dolly Vnrdcn 1 U a. lady's form 11 gnrden, lliiit thou madly trall'at it o'er With h thousand vines or inoro ? Now its every turn disclose? Lllios, pinks, and blushing roses, iolots, forget-me-nots, Larkspur?, and I don't know whnts. All tho colois of the year In a single rowrt appear ; Flowon of every season, In and out of reason, All u singlo yard in JIast thou, Doily Varden. WON'T ItOWIi . Tlon't utowd, your world is broad enough For you as well as ir.oj Tho doors of art aro open wide Tho realm of thought is free. In all earth's places you arc right To chnso tho best you can Provided that you uo not try To crowd some other man. Don't crowd tho good from out your heart, By fostering allthat's bad But givo to every virtue room Iho best that may bo had ; Jlo each day's record such n ono That you may well bo proud : Givo each his right givo each his room, And never try to...

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

tT VOL. III. KNOXV1LLE, TENN., "WEDNESDAY. MAY 1 . IS72. NO. 3. PACTS AUODT EAST TENNESSEE. Wlant.Tivo YuiikucK Think nf Our .Section. NO. LXVIU. Wo give its our article for tills week two .letters about East Tennessee, written by Northern men, vUo havo lived licro for two years, nnd henoo know what they are writing about. Tho llrst Is the copy of a letter written to n Now York paper and is of great inter est. The second is a letter from an old sub scriber now In Now York on a visit, and will bo found sensible and practical. Theso letters will kIiow our Northern venders what theso men think of East, Tennesco : Knoxvii.m:, April 21, 1S72. AT Dear Times : With your pcimisslon, I wish to answer a few questions which my many friends at the "North" aro constantly asking mo re specting my Southern homo. 1st. What particular advantages do I cx perlenco hero in comparison with the North '.' Tho first advantage Is tho mildness and health-giving .properties of the climate. I am now writing in...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 1 May 1872

JUTOfbillc Mcchin muc!c Mrtmcsimu, tan ), P1V "WEDNESDAY, MAY 1, 187'-'. JTAR3I AND GABDEN. To tlio 1'iiriitcrH ol'Knst Tennessee. At a Into mcctinf; of tho Directors of tlio East Tcnncsaoo Agricultural Society, a resolution wis adopted in fnvor of a convention of tlio fnrnicrs of Enst Tennessee, nnd it wn? miido my duty, na President of snid society, to lis tlio timo unci to issno tlio call for snid convention. In accordance with tlio authority conferred nnd tho duty imposed on mo, it aflbrds mo plcnsuro to nnnounco Hint snid convention will nssomblo in this plnco on Thursday tho ICth day of May nost, nnd will continuo until Saturday following. All tho counties In Enst Tennessee, or in tho nbsenco of nction on tho part of coun ties, tho citizens of civil districts or ncigbor lioods aro requested to send as many delegates as thoy may deem proper. "Whilo it is desired tlmtdolegatos ho appointed by meetings, yet all farmers will bo welcome 'Politicians, educators, printers, railroad m...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 1 May 1872

itaoriillc mttUn omck, OTcbncsimir, 3$ 1, 1871 Only $i8,eO0,KH a Ycivr. Mr. A. R. Wilson hns applied for n hcc ond extension of his twleo retailed how Inp ranchlno patent, nrnl tho Bennto Com .mittcoon Tntcnts hnvo decided to hear tho nrgumcnts. " It In not." says the Waxlilnfrton Chronicle, " for the distress fully indigent tnan who has niado ouly $80,000 out of this BcvltiK maclilno patent, for which a third extension is asked ; It Is fpr n combination of tho Wheeler fc WIN hou Sowing Machino Company, the Slnper Company, and two or three other rich companies whoso united prollLs In the sin gle year of 1871 from sales to tho wives and daiiKhters of our land was moro than $18, 000 000 ''This Is the matter In hulk. In detail, what do they ask? Tho machines which they sell at from ?05 to $100 each can ho manufactured nnd sold for $2o, and a profit .of one hundred per cent, niado at that price." SPECIAL NOTICES. Itnrnctl'H Flnrorlutr Extracts. Tlio superi ority of these extract consist...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 1 May 1872

4 &j)c (LCLtcchlir (!0mclc. a-t ,tr, :tt-. . HULE & RICKS, Publishors, Xumbcr 10 Market Place, Uast Side. TliltMN H" HOIWCKIITIOX. Ono coiy, one year, - -i t2 CO Ono con; tlx months,......... 1 00 Ten cortcs, ono year,.......-. W SO Twenty copies, ono year t 30 00 "WEDNESDAY, . . MAY, 11872. WEKKI.Y SUMMARY OF SEWS. iiomi:. 'JL'ho New York papers denounce the dramati zinir of Jim Fisk nnd his associates O'Bald win is very anxious to fight Jim Unco in tho prizo ring Business of nil kinds in California is vory brisk Tho founding of a now univer sity in Kentucky was discussed Inst wcok in a conferenco of Presbyterian ministers from nil parts of tlio State, in Louisvillo Tho rnco track of tlio Buckoyo Club at Cincinnati sold for $110.000 It is thought that tho United States will withdraw tho claims for indirect dninagos from England "Whito settlers will bo removed from Indian Territory Mrs, Sherman, the Connecticut murderess, has been convicted of murder in tho socond degrco nnd...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 1 May 1872

nii:ctmi:.v coiii:m Of tho Cuno.vjci.K mulled frco to nny addrcssn, np i licntliiii, itiVri;s or avi:uti.sinj i.v wi:khi,y. Ten lines, or less, toliJ, to constitute u Fqunre. 8 a H n M SV.ACS.. ISquaro $ 1 ffl $ 3 ft) $ 4 fiO 2 Squares I 3 00 CM 8 50 38qunrcs ' 4 60 1 II fJ0 11 bO 4 Square 0 Oil, 11 001 14 00 OSquurcs ' 7 50 14 00 16 60 8 6 cos 9 on 3ir no 10 50 10 60! ii7 00 14 60i 111 ft) 37 ft) M 00 , 30 001 4," 00 28 00 J60 65 50 wi:kui,y Mi;ri:onoi.i4H'.vi, itiirour. Niirunt fiervlce U. N. Army. Fou tub Wens En di.o Mo.ndav, Aphil 23. 137J. a 2. atutonftke Days or Tim Wkkk. H,g weather. 5 c J Hj; 3 M TUESDAY, W 0.0) WEDNESDAY 01 0.00 IUU11SDAY Oi 00 tflUDAY "1 0.(0 SATUKDAY 74 0(4 M0XIMY 70 000 TI10 ltcil Cross. Subscribers who And tho Bed Cross mnrk on thoir paper will know their limo is out. If they wont tho pnper another year they must lot us know. "Wo must stop nil papers not paid for. To tho Friends of llio Chronicle. Tho exciting elections to take pllieo this year nnko it...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 1 May 1872

. . MAY 1, 1872. THE SITUATION' IX I'KXXSYLYAMA. WtiHf Kornry TlilnkH of (Jrnnt nml I lie Clnclnnnll Convention. The New York Hcraldls nn tntloieiulent papcr,trencro,lly keeps well sheltered under the Bhndow of the winning Hide, but never has been nml probably never will be a "party organ." It has n correspondent In Pennsylvania who has ainde the tour of the State and thinks It wife for Grant by 20,000, no matter how the Stnto election goes. He gives his views nml Forney'?, whom ho interviewed, us follows : TJiat the disorder in tho ranks of the Pennsylvania Republicans is purely u lo cal, State affair, has nothing nt all to do with the Presidential question, can in no way bo attributed to Grant's inllucnce.and will have no cll'ect upon tho vote which will give the Stntc to him again by an over whelming majority in November, however it may cllect thu election for Governor and other State ofllccrs, cannot bo more clearly shown than by giving the substance of u conversation which a 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. — 1 May 1872

gtnafbillc tSBItthlg Chronicle, Mcuncsbnij, $tl!tt 1, 1872. Votes From Midlife nnd West Tennessee. WAVKHliY, TENN, April 21, 1872. Here, in this little town, the capital of Humphreys county, wiilthiK for a train over tlio Kashvlllo and Northwestern Railroad, I have concluded to lias oil" the time by giving a few IIciiih gathered dur ing a hasty trip through Middle and West Tennessee. 1 spent three days of lust week in Memphis. The items of interest there during my stay were, the rise in the Mississippi; the presence of Colonel Eurch Cook, who "hankers" after a seat on the Supremo llench; the great calico hall, at which there were more Dol ly Vardons t.uiu I ever hope to have the good fortune of seeing grouped together again, and the Liberal Republican (?) meeting. Tho great "father of waters" seemed Inclined to encroach upon the ter ritory of Arkansas, and created sonlo un easiness among those who reside in close proximity to the waters. The face of our friend Uurch Cooke is serene ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 1 May 1872

JliuwfcHlc Wicc dfyxmmlt, Mthxtnhxn, Ulan 1, 8 vi.Ais i.Nii!An: to r.vnii rirri i hum. HY l'KLEQ WALKS, Which I riso to reply, And my language is coo), That for ways tlml nro sly T -t "f II. .11 xii auuiiuuiguii, xiuu You bent nil creation, 1 swau : you're as sot ns IIII UUSllIllllU JIJU1V. It's no good to cull names ; Uut concernlti this fuss About indircclc claims, l..l(t. III.. ..... .kill UIU tXl Ulllliy JIJII3", 1'licro'a n, story 1'vo laid out to toll videliet, All, Jimwas his name, And his cattle and swine I'rotty frokently camo And broke over tlio Una : For wo lived' closo together, though ho was a uisuiut rumiiuii ui nunc. liy house was bran now ; And tny garden tho bost ; And my Shannons they crew Liko DOtnloeS nosscssod. And Jim; getting jealous, throw stones nt my ncnas sno sot on ncr nest. I wont off for a week, When ho grabbed up tho nx, And tho cowardly sneak Giro a counla of whacks. Which ho stovo in jny fence und my door, and moocnsi louereu in nis inicics. Thoso er...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 8 May 1872

, 1 I VOL. TIL KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY, MAY S, 1872. NO. 6. PACTS ADODT EAST TENNESSEE. A Word to ImmlgimitH ami to KUNt TcilIlCNMCCnilN. NO. I.XIX. "Wo fool satisfied that within iho next .six montliH we phnll have .n good many persons In East Tennessee from tho North, who, If they find the cllinntcrpeoplo, and advantages of our section as represented, will permanently locate In our midst. In view of this fact we want to mako some plain statements that are Intended for the good of all concerned. Wo arc firmly Impressed In tho belief that our people need more capital and la bor to aid In making East Tcnnesseo what wc all feel It ought to be. "We can secure this additional population now, If wo act honestly and wisely. Wo will tell one way in which It can be secured. Many of our farmers realize fully the fact that they arc trying to work too much land. Their half-way work Is wearing out their land and actually making thomj-oora- ev ery year. They feel that they would be hotter oi...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 8 May 1872

2hWfoificaUchln GDbrmuclc ncan, Sinn Si ifea t WEDNESDAY MAY 8, 1872. TVA-KM AND GAKBKN. Jlaiingcinciit nml Feeding' Stock. from the New England 1'anncr. I havo hd the care of cows for the last forty years, and never Lnd n enso of abor tion. In tho Urst i)lacc, I endeavor to Imvo their diet ns uniform as possible, summer and winter. I put my cows in tho stablcH aboutltho first of November, nnd feed with n variety of plants, herd's grass. red-top clover, water grasses, brakes, skunk cabbage, wild wormwood, alder leaves and such other plants as they get in tho summer too numerous to mention. I turn to pasturo about tho middlo of May. A portion of my pasture has gen erally been new laud, furnishing tho sweet est of feed from cultivated grasses, with low swamp grasses ; also a variety of browse, such as chestnut, maple, white, red, and black oak, white and black birch, ash, pine, hemlock, alders, sweet fern, skunk cabbage, wormwood, low laurel, not the poison laurel, &c. "Water gush...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 8 May 1872

$nobiIlc Witt& (vonirlc, CLUlcbncstiaiy, ftlan S, S7 Foltttcnl XotCF. The reportof tlio conversation with Fen ator Sumner on the Cincinnati Conven tion, telegraphed from Washington to New York, Is pronounced by him as mi : authorized niui Inaccurate, The Senator flays words and thlngB arc attributed to , him which ho never uttered. IMchard Smith, of the Cincinnati Ga zette, feels authorized to pay that If Mr. Davis is nominated, Chief Jtistlco Chase will coruo out in an open letter against i him and in favor of Grant. A Cincinnati special says: Richard t Smith, of the Cincinnati Gazette, lias just returned from Washington nnd New York. He says that Greeley is sick of the Liberal lousiness, and that the Tribune will, in all probably, support Grant. Tho stockhold ers of that concern aro tired of tho effects of Greelev's nolltlcnl manccuvers. nnd have intimated to him that lie must de vote himself less vigorously to raising tho devil In the future. As already Intimated, Greeley wil...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 8 May 1872

ftnusbtllc ftalcchln QDJjnmtelc, Mttmcsfoajr, $an S, 1872. ffljc Mcc granitic. RULE &; HICKS, Publishers, Xumbcr 19 Market Place, East Side. 'rmiMS or suitHtJiirrio-v. Ono copy, one year,.. ii 00 Ono copy, tlx months,.... ............. 1 00 Ten copies, ntio year ... 1C CO Twenty copies, ono year. SO 00 "WEDNESDAY,. , MAY 8, 1872. WEEKLY SUMMARY OF SEWS. Governor Rolftnan has vetoed tho New York city charter Tho Governor of Florida has triumphed in hU impeachment trial and ro sumcd hh official duties-.. ..Tho Bunk of Co lumbia, Adair county, Ky., was robbed by fivo desperadoes ou tho 1st inaU, in broad daylight, after killing tho cashior Tho Methodist Gen- oncral Conferenco is in sossion in Brooklyn, N. Y. Tho Lowory gang of Robeson (N. C.) outlaws murdorcd a prominent citizen last wcekin tho most cowardly manner. COXOItr.-NSIONAI.. Tho bill for freo tea and cofl'cc takes ell'ect July 1st Tho bill for planting forest troes has been defeated Promotions in tho regular Staff of tho ...

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