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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 8 May 1872

pnnvbtllc tfalcchln (0nielc, i&lcbncslmn, Ulan 8, 1872. MAY 8, 1872. Nl'lICIJIKN C'OI'II'.S Of tlio Ciiroxiclk mulled free to nny address on -lieatton. ratkn; or, aivi:i;ti.sini in wki:ki.y. Ten line?, or leff, solid, (o constituto n square. a o IVACK 1 Square.... 2 Squares.., 3 Squares.. 4 Squares.., 5 Squares.., 5 1 60 J 4 60 8 60 H M), U 00 10 60 0 60 J 0 01) 10 60 23 60 30 00 K)60 SIS 00 27 00 37 60 45 00 65 60 10 60 4 60 8 00 7 60 II 60 IS 00 28 CO, Tho lleil Cross. Subscribers who find tlio Bed Cross mark on their pnpor will know their time is out. If they want tho paper nnother year they must lot us know. "Wo mutt stop nil jmpora not paid for. To the frlcuilx or tlio Clironlilf. Tlio exciting elections to tako placo tliis year mako it important that tho podplo should bo reliably informed as to political nows. Tho Weekly Ohkomclk gives this news fairly nnd fully. Tho Farmer's. Family Circle, and News Do pnrtmont. and tho Market and Live Stock Ho porta, of tho Curoniclk aro...

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. — 8 May 1872

MdMU fffilcchljj granule, aalcbncsban, Stan 8, 1872. hi 3 MAY 8, 1672. ALEX. STKl'HKNS OX ADAMS. What it lloiirhoit Thliikn of tho StumtlMii. Alex. II. Stephens, the Vice President of the- Into Confederacy, in gnturday'a At Innta Sun, referring to tho proposition for tho Democracy to support Adams, pays : .limt. wlinn tho nrosncct was almost cer tain of a signal triumph of the Democratic party upon tho true Jo..ersonlr.ii princi ples of the Constitution ; just when the Radical Centralizing and Iinperializlng dynasty was becoming odious to n largo number of its own constituency; just when thousaudsand hundreds of thousands of them were ready to join tho upwards of tnree millions or true Democrats, in a res cue of our free institutions from tho hands of the usurpers, theso arch conspirators now stand forth before the country as tho no longer disguised co-operators with tho enemy in tho only echeme by which the cause they have outwardly professed to support could possibly be defeated !...

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. — 8 May 1872

JJnojbillc ftalccliln (.onidc, .Mlcbncstmji, Jjttajj 8-l8j?a." Sale of the Itiicliu Drug House. A alicriir'H Hnlo of tlio fiimituro and llx (urea look plnco ycstenlny inoriiliig of XLciinuoura v iirug pnuice," jno. 07.5, Uronilwny. Tlicro was n largo nttoiulnnco of druggists, and of parties ivttrnctod merely by curiosity. The medicines, vases, desks, &c, -were sohl oil' rnphlly at good prices. Tlio soda water fountain, however, made by Matthews, and said to have cost $8,000, was bought by the maker for 5300. A sign of " Ladles' Toilet," in a Iluchu frame, and one gross balsam eo pavla was purchased by Krcil. llcnolt for ten cents, amid much laughter. A pair of largo China vases brought and the contents of tho prescription room ?215. y. Y. Standard, April Wth. StovcH nml Tl nvarc. New Tin and Stove House. II. C. HAWKINS. J. U. 11UTT. HAWKINS & BUTT, NO. 119 GAY STREET, Knoxville Tennessee. yyilOLESAtK AND RETAIL DEALERS IN Stoves, Grates, Pumps, WOODEN WARE. HOLLOW WARE. And ...

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

mtiU SBtehljj 0mclc, M'ctwcsban, gg&ig 8 HOME ClltCIIS. Tim iiaiicfoot hoy, Thcro hangs on tho wall boforo mo, "Where tho sunshino loves to dwell, A pieturo. a sweet, llttlo picture, That holds mo In n epoll A. boy with sun-brown feature, All dimpled in childish joy ; And I cbjio through tho tears thnt blind me, On the little "Barefoot Boy." Tho cyos nro full of brightno, And this chcoks so rosy red, That it hardly seems n picture, But it living child instead A child, with his brown hands hidden, In tho pockets where lurks each toy "Which I know brought childish plcasuro To this little "Uarofoot Boy." And I think, whilo my tears nro dropping Like rain on my open book, Of my llttlo barefooted darling That tho summoning angels took ; And I sigh for tho vanished brightness, As I sco cAch unused toy That onco bolongcd to my darling To my little " Barefoot Boy." And I think of ono sad Juno evening, When tho mournful robins sang, And up from tho gathering shadows The cry of tho whip-p...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 15 May 1872

Q 1 ji 51 JL VOL. III. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. MAY 15, 1S72. NO. 7. PACTS AHOCT EAST TENNESSEE. Miscellaneous Ii.rormntloii. 30. 1.XX. Wo Jinvo letters before us from 11. A. lIIgIeyof Windham, Ohio, nnd Gilbert ilurcl, of West Springfield, Erie county Tn., both inquiring about dairying, sheep raising nnd grass crops. "Wo ahull nuswer the two together, as thetlrlftof their ques tions nro tho same. Wo hivvo always maintained tliat this was a good section for grass culture and stoclc raising. "Wo have (some friends -who -differ with Us on this subject, but wo think experience will bear us out in our theories. Wc have een Justas fine grass land in East Tc-nnesseo as can bo found anywhere. Now we do not pretend to say that all our .lands will produce good grass, but wo do maintain that there aro very few counties where tho land can not be made to bear abundant hay crops. There is some science In farming. Every farmer knows that ilnnd can be made by a little cllbrfc to bear crops tha...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 15 May 1872

SnoirWllc Wttl (Efenmiclc Mrtmcsimn, glnn 15, 1672 " ftnM$ (MwnkU. "WEDNESDAY 3IAY 15, 1872. Cultlvatlny Young Trees. Tho most perfect trco cm bo raised from planting tho seed on level land, with soil of equal fertility nil around It, because trees, like most other things, lean to the source from whence they derlvo their nour ishment. In exposed situations, trees lean from tho prevailing winds of tho country, and should have more nourishment ap plied to tho root next to tho prevailing winds, to counteract their inilucncc. Tho reason why a tree bends to n pile of manure on ouo side of it is that it makes wood faster on that side, and tho heart of tno treo is soon nearer ono slue man mo other. It is a notorious fact that all tim ber springs from tho heart, as all howcrs know, and when ono sldo gets thicker ami stronger than tho other, ic bends tho treo toward tho thick side. Trees attain slzo faster without trimming than with. And I havo never been able to discover any ad vantage in p...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 15 May 1872

JUiM'billc WitthU) pmtc, M'cimcsimir, glnn lo, 1872. O Cleveland Items Jho JIny Kaccs. Jno. F. Hayes, nn old and highly es tcomctl citizens died on lust Friday and was burled on Saturday with Masonic honors. Tho Rental V. L. Pickens has returned from Now York soiuo days ago, to tho do light of all his friends. iMr. 1. has tho happy nack of combining business nnd pleasure, and wo must say that In both ho Is a decided success. Tho annual meeting of tho Rrndlcy Oounty Agricultural and Mechanics' Asso ciation was held to-day. Tho following ofllccrs wcro elected to servo ono year, viz : President, J. II. Cralgmlles. Vlco Presi dents, Jos. Tucker, Jcsso Cleveland, and A. J. Catc. General Agent, C. L. Hard wick. Secretary, John IT. Reynolds. Treasurer, J. C. Morgan. Oh motion T L Gate, J C Morgan and Dr Q A Long wcro appointed as a eom mltteo to confer with the Chief Signal Of ficer of tho army. Having a high appreciation of tho ob ject in viow, on motion of T L Cate, tho following gentlem...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 15 May 1872

Ijc McchljT !nmitlc. HULE & HICKS, Publishers, Xumber ID Market JPlacc, JCasl Side. Tr.itjis op KunscKiraox. Ono copy, ono year,- ........................... 2 00 Out copy, six months, 1 00 Ten copies, onoycar,....-... IS SO Tnontr oolites, ono year,....- .... 30 00 . WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, 1872. 1YEKKLY SUMMARY OF "EWS. no.ni:. Orcoloy is now tho subject of conversation A convict in tho Pennsylvania penitentiary Killed liia room m.ito Inst 'week San Francisco will subscribo $10,000,000 for tho Thirty-fifth Parallel Railroad Tho 15th General Conferonco of tho African Methodist Church assembled in Nashvillo Inst weok Col. Mosby has visited Yresident Grant Tho leading Democratic pa pors throughout tho country aro holding aloof from Greeloy until aftor tho meeting of tho Na tional Democratic Convention Tho list of soiv going vessels in tho Navy is to bo increased Xiio ucorgia i'ress Association assembled in Atlanta, Georgia, last week Tho Scottish Itito Masons had a grand timo at Louis...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 15 May 1872

Ilnoillc Sffiltchlff 0mclt, Mrtmcsbmj, liluj) 15, 137a. "WKDNKSDAY, L MAY 15, 1871!. ni,i:vimi:n comkm Of the CiinoNtci.K miiilcd free to nny address on p- ltcntion., KATKH Of AI)Vi:itTISl4 IX WKKHI.Y. Ten lines, or less, solid, to constitute n square. 2 5 1 r X Square. 2 Squares., tt Square.. 4 Squared,, 5 Squares.. i f. 60'3 9 00 J15 00 10 BO 11 60 00 10 60 27 00 J3 50 37 60 SO 00 311 60 45 00 65 60 3 w WEKKIiY Mi;Ti:noi,IH'AI, Itl'.l'ORT. Nlirnnl Service U. N. Army. Van tflf Wkks KkdincI Monday, May 13, 1S72. B B o S P." w Ci iH iTTo $3M jTso 3 (X) 0 00 8 CO 4 CO 0 00 11 bO fi 00 11 W 14 00 7 60 11 00 10 60 r s2 s-S . ou atatoofthe DaysofthkATxek. Hfi weiHlier. 3 1 TUESDAY 73 . 0.0) WEDNESDAY 75 0.00 TnUIlSDAY .... 71 00 FRIDAY 76 0.00 SATURDAY 72 0C4 MONDAY. 03 000 The lied tron, Subscribers who find tlio Kcd Cross murk on thoir pnpor will know their tinio is out. It" they want tho paper another your they must lot 113 know. "Wo must atop nil papers not paid for. i. i if i To tli...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 15 May 1872

fxwMh SMcctyjj (gmxtk, M'cbncsbair, linn 15, 1872, . . . MAY 15, 1872. A HAKD XUT FOll DEMOCKAuY TO Clt.VCK. Aleck MciIiciih CompnroN iruiit iintl J r co if y. Tho Southern Democrats who try to prcservo their consistency In shouting for Greeley, by referring to his kindness to tho South, will bo Interested in the follow Ins from their former Vice President. Re ferring to tho Democratic National Con volition. Stephens says : Wc trust they will not, for a moment, entertain tho idea of choosintr between Gen. Grant and Mr. Greeley. JBotter suf fer defeat than aid In the election of cither of theso opposing Iladical Chiefs. The Democracy should, In solid phalanx, op pose tho election of both of theso distin guished candidates. Their opposition to ootn, nowever, enouiu uc tounueu nun grounded upon principle, and not on per sonal considerations of any character whatever. It is true Mr. Greeley did a most mag nanimous act in standing bail for Mr. Da vis ; but in this he acted a. part no mor...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 15 May 1872

$wrbUIc SSlcthlj) (khrimidc ftilctmcstms, ilan 13, 187a. 7 Fuel From I.0111I011 C'outil.y. Xlicro is fomo littto oxcllomcnl In our county nmong tho Democrnts nt the result of tlio Cin cinnati Convention. In fnct tliero Is n tplU, some, fnrorlng Grnnt nnil others ntlvocntlng Urccloy. An nged Dcmocrut, Dr. O., roirmrl; oil In my presenco "Tlint lio would bo before lio would voto for n man tlint lirul been wnntlnglo frco It Is negroes for tlio Inst thirty yenrs." llut nnollior of tlio sumo jinrty, who fa h prominent pill-tlrivor of our plncc, Dr. II., stcnlloxced tho result of tho Convonlion nt ono gulp without uniting his oyo. Ono of tho district lenders of tho Domocmtio wing in our county, nn ex-Confedcrnto oldicr, Cnptnln J., proposes to wnlt uml sco which wny "the cat jumps j" then if thero is no Damocrnlfo nomination for tho l'rcsidcntiul chnir, ho says ho will prepnro n, compound, ns follows: Greeley, 1 oz.j Drown, 1 oz.j Whisky, 1 oz.; Sugar nnd mint, s. c. Mix ft. sol. Then lin...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 15 May 1872

gtnttfbtllt Hdtfe (ffijjramrlc, cbiwabajr, jLjlan 8, 1872. 8 HOME OIKCLK. costn in iii:.virririir. imiuamn. Georgo D. l'rotitlco wrolo ninny beautiful thing?, but novcr nnytlilnR more quietly beau tiful than tlio following : Como in bountiful drenm?, love, Oil, como to mo oft, When tho white viiiR of sleep On my bosim llo soft. Oh I como when the sen. In tho moon's gentle light, Until? soft on tho uir Liko tho pulso of tho night ; "When tho sky nnd tlio wave "VVcar their loftiest blue, "When tlio dew's on the flower, And tho stars on tho dow. Como in beautiful dreams, love, Oh I coiuo and wo' 11 stray Vhoro tlio whole year is covered "With tho blossoms of Mny AVhoro each sound is sweet s tho coo of the dovo And tho rules nro as soft As tho breathings of love ; "Whero tho beams kiss the waves And tho waves kiss tho beach, And our warm lips may catch Tho sweet lessons they teach. Como in beautiful dreams, love, Oh 1 como nnd wo'll fly, Liko two winged spirits Of lovo through tho sky :...

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. — 22 May 1872

VOL. III. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. MAY 22. 1872. NO. S. FACTS AHOUT EAST TENNESSEE. Knoxvlllo hn a Home KO. J.XXI. 'We are ho frequently nsked about thond vantage Knoxvlllo afTords in way of schools, society, churches, rents and mar kets, thnt at the risk of repeating Home things Wc havo heretofore said on this sub ject, wo propoo now to treat all Hippo sub jects under the head we have chosen above i, C Knoxvlllo as a Home. First on the list, and in our judgment first in the consideration of most immi grants, let us say a Word about KKOXVIM.K SCHOOLS.' A few yews ago it beenmo a very serious question with some of our mechanics who canxo from the North, whether it would not be better for them to leave here and go "West all because they found it took so much of their hard-earned wages to cdu eato their children. Hut now thanks to the persistent and discreet efforts of the friends of public schools, we can say to all immigrants, Knoxvlllo affords to your children good free schools....

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. — 22 May 1872

$w0bilk WttKln 0nidt, Mtfcntrimjj, Itnj 22, 107s. MAY 22. 1872. rABM AND OA. RI3E3V. How to Restore Fertility. Agricultures prcscuts 110 problem more dlfllcnlt of solution than that of restoring fniitfulncss to nn Impoverished Held In tho most economical way. A practlco that will do best In ono soil and climato. may signally full where tho conditions and sub stances aro entirely dillerent. In tho mat ter of soils and subsoils, parent rocks, cli mates and plants, nature delights in an endless vnrlety. llcuco our best rules for practicchavoncccssnrlly many exceptions. 1 shall state facts bilelly, and let tho read er draw his own conclusions from them, how ono can best rcsloro fertility, or im part It to land that is naturally poor, and it niav bo. nearly worthless. "wood ashes and land plaster havo been used about one hundred years in this coun try to increase tho fertility of land, and both havo stood tho test of this long ex perience. Col. Wilder of Massachusetts, is reported as say...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 22 May 1872

ftosbillc ffilcchljj !0.itkk, Mtimcsbnjr, lnn 22, ORKELEY OK GRANT. From tho beglnulngof President Grant's administration down to tho day Horace - Qrccloy began to bcllevo ho had Bomo chance for a Presidential" nomination lie had been tho earnest supporter of tho sol . tiler V resident. In March, 18C9, of Grant's Inaugural Address, ho wrote: "Those Who doubt this man's statcsmanshfji, should analyzo his brief speech and sco whether ho has left anything unsaid. Wo have had so many picayuuo Presidents that it is refreshing to And a man entering into tho Chief Magistracy with something more than a mere caucus and a political convention record. Ho takes into his new place n broader renown than Any President sinco Washington." Tho abovo wa3 Greeley's estimate of Grant on the day following his inaugura tion. Wo pass now to tho end of tho samo month after the cabinet and most of his appointments to Important ofllccs had been made and after tho country had rellccted upon them. Hero is what ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 22 May 1872

SiwMHt SSfeelUfi aCbromdc, Wiptmjj, ttn as, 1872, u . o u - -r- t- t-rrr rf ir - HULE & BIOKS, Publishers, Number 10 Market Place, Hast Side. TKItJtH OF MUlMVllIin'lON. Ono copy, one yeor, ....... t- 00 One copy, six month;, 1 00 Ton copies, ono year, 10 00 Twenty copies, ono year SO 00 "WEDNESDAY MAY 22, 1872. WEEKLY SUMMAllT OP 'EWS. iiomi:. Tho Georgia Democrats lioldHhcir Stato Con vention In Atlanta on tho 20th of June Tho duty on qutnia hns hecn reduced lo ten per conk Ncbrnska Republicans aro for Grant nnd Colfax Tho Methodist General Confcrcnco will olect eight Hishops, ono of whom will bo from tho South Groolcy has retired from tho editorial control of tho Now York Tribune. iom:i4'. A liro nt Jcddo,Japnn,o:i April 2id,dostroyed buildings in area of two by three miles ; thirty thousand persons wcro rendored homeless ; tho government is aiding tho sufferors Tho indi cations are that tho Treaty of "Washington is a failure. COJiHKS.SIO.AI.. Both Houses of Congress will prob...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 22 May 1872

mMk mnk amclc, Mcimcn, Lan 187a. -r- je.rr WKDNKSDAY, . M r 22, 1872. NPKCIMl'.N COV-IKH )f tho ChVmvnIcm: mulled fee to any address on up 1 Mention, KATBN Or AIVK11T1HIN1 IN AVKI KI.Y. Vvn lines, or less, solid, to constitute a square. B Ho J I s H R ?5 3 I -l M rH U O 1 " $ 1 fin $ 3 w $ 4 to iTro S u oo '. on Hon ooo srio in soi in ml 27 w J Squares......! 4 fiO 0 00 11 Ml 11 W) 11 60 37 60 4Hquares 0 00 11 60 14 00 H 00 : 00 45 fJ 5 Squares la"60 H 00 ,tf 60 28 IKI 3'J 60 65 CO cprii(l upon II, Mothers), MUS. AVINSLOWS SOOTHING SYUUP, for nil diseases of children, is a snfo ami suro medicine. 'xiiiu1 lor tlio I.iHlle. Miss Sarah Lynch earned with "Wheeler fc "Wilson Machine, in 1870, $71.C:I stitching nock-tlos. 1'prNounl. Mr. "William Smith nnd family, of Jiiinsitiir. Iowa, nro in this city preparing to make their homo in East Tennessee. They havo bcon readers of tho Weekly Ciinoxii'i.K and of Alunson & Bailey's lleatstcrs nnd report them selves woll pleased with our tectum...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 22 May 1872

G WEDNESDAY,. .... MAY 22, 1872. NASHVILLE CONVENTION. Tennessee Instructed Tor Grant and Maynard. DELEGATES TO PHILADELPHIA CON VENTION. Trimble and Honk Electors at Large. BROWNLOW and IHAYNAIID SPEAK OUT Npccinl to Iho Dully Chronicle Nashville, Mny 15, 1872. Tho Ilepublican State Convention met to-day at the Capitol. It was a largo and harmonious assemblage. r Hon. J. 11. Ferguson, of Maury, was chosen permanent Chairman of the Con vention. A Vico President was chosen from each Congressional District. Tho platform brielly recites tho past rec ord of tho Republican party with its achievements in civil service reform; the success with which the finances of the country have been managed; endorses the enforcement law of Congress; regards tho restoration of peace as the best pledge of its future policy. Tho resolutions endorse vary emphati cally tho Administration of President Grant and Instructs tho delegate to Phila delphia to vote for his re-nomiuation for President and for tho no...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 22 May 1872

g-Ut0H(k MqcMj) (0nidc Mdmcsbajj, glan A B0M11SHKLL IX TIIK (JUKKJEY CAMP. Voorlicos ilrclnrcsi Atrnlnit Oroplry, In the House of lleprcsenlatlvcaon Mon day tho following speech was mtulo : Mr. Voorhcca (Dein. Intl..) rising to a personal explanation, Mibumtcd a pnrrt priuih from tho Washington Jtcpublican to the ellect that ho wna halting ami hesi tating on tho question of supporting Gree ley, ami, as all his Democratic colleagues vvcro all wild to bo In favor of Greeley, ho was likely to lose the favor of tho district whero his volco had so long been potential. no uoeiareu unit no uiu not unit or Hesi tate as to the nominee of tho Cincinnati Convention. Who over believed in his high protective tariff principles might sup port liiin; but ho (Voorhecs) would not. Greeley wns the life-long champion of tho doctrines which ho (Voorhecs) opposed; tho great champion of protection, tho most clamorous advocate In all tho land for tho kuklux legislation,which desolated tho homes of tho Sout...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 22 May 1872

mbtk mttMn tifyowK Wttoww ft nr.Yo.M. Yet if. as holiest mon have doomed, tlioro bo A. land of souls boyond thatsaldo shore, To shatno tho dnctrino of tlio Sndducco And sophists nmdly vnin of dubious lore; How sweet It woro in concert to adoro With tlioso who tnndo their mortnl labors lightl To bear each voico wo fonrod to hoar no more I Behold oach mighty slmdo rovonlcd to sight, Tho Hadrian, Sumlnii, sage, nnd nil who taught tho right. Byron. Tlio lloiton Traveler's poet lias not mused in vain on tho situation, and mlds to the general fund the following effort entitled Dr. Walts on the Cincinnati nom inee: How doth tho busy Horcco O. Imtirovo ench shining hour ; And look for ollico every dny In every party's power. How skillfully ho builds his sells, How neat ho spreads tho soap ; And whon pig iron will not nvail Takes frco trndo as his hope. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS! LIST OF i.irrn:ii.N. AdverilsictI JHiij- 20, 1R7S&. Fersons calling for these letter will pleas sa "Ad vertised." an...

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