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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 29 May 1872

VOL. III. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. MAY 29, 1S72. NO. U. FACTS AnOUT BAST TKNNKSSKK. Our IlnilroddH, Finished nnl Projected. NO. I.XXII. In these days of rapid transit, any sec tion of country without good railroad is . considered behind the age. Tlio labors of the farmer and mechanic ; the profits of tho tradesman, and the convenience and , contentment of nil classes aro so largely dependent upon tho prompt communica tion with tho outsido world through rail roads that every immigrant takes tho rail road facilities of Ills proposed homo into grave consideration before permanently . accepting it as his place of living. East Tennessee, possessed of railroad ad vantages of tho high order wo have here- t toforc commented upon, has also fair rall- . road facilities existing, but better ones in immediate prospect. Tho Valley of ISast Tennessee is bounded north and south by mountain chains. It begins in the 32ns t with tho Southwestern Virginia Valley nd runs southwest to the mouth of t...

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. — 29 May 1872

trobilk Wittfon mucic, Slfcsbnn, $an &9, 1872, "WEDNESDAY,.. MAY 20, 1872. A SUBJECT FOB CONGRATULATION. .Tho event of last week in Kuoxvlllo wna the Farmers' Convention. It wis tbo tlrst meeting of tbo kind ever held In Ten nessee I Wo may, therefore, regariMt as n new departure of our agricultural classes. "We regard tho movement as Important and worthy of special encouragement. It is not so much tho Information communi cated in this single meeting that Is of val uethough that must provo important but it is tlie fact that tho farmers of East Tenuesseo aro at last aroused to tho necessity of organized associa tion for tho diffusion of information and for tho benefit of co-operation. Busi ness men havo their Boards of Trado and Chambers of Commerco; Bankers and Brokers havo their Exchanges ; Politicians havo their Conventions and Club rooms : Manufacturers havo their Leagues and Workmen have their Unions. "Why should not farmers havo their Conven tions? Tbo wealth of a country 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. — 29 May 1872

gitroxlHllc ftalahlj) Otramclc, Mcbncstmit, Htnj ar, B7 KKW ItAILKOAI). Agricultural Warekomic. Ileal Entatc. Agricultural Implements. Real Entatc. Jfrom Cincinnati ln PnrU mitt Ml. Ntcr line t'limlMjrlniitl lil. Col. Thomas Turner oiul Juilco Peters. of Mt. Btcrllng, addressed n meeting of . citizens of Cincinnati, at tho Hoard of Trado rooms In that city, on Thursday, in bohnlf of tho Cincinnati. Covlncton and Cumberland Gay railroad. This road is Intended to run from Falmouth or Paris, - on tho Kentucky Central railroad, via Mt. . Btorllng and tho Three Forks of Kentucky t river, to Cumberland Gap. It will, If i built, pass through a rich lumber and inin . oral region, opening up a sourco of almost oxhaustlcss supply of these valuable ma . tcrlals. It will run through coal, iron and salt deposits for about ono hundred miles, and will pass beyond theso only to strike a railroad center at Cumberland Gap, from which there aro lines now in course of con struction which diverge to alm...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 29 May 1872

wMh fflltehifi Chronicle, Mrtmcsunir, Pan an, 1872. &I)c OTcchlit Cjjronielc. RULE & RICKS, Publishers, Xumbcr 10 Market J'lucc, East Side. TKltJIS OF HVIISOim-riON. Ono corTi ono year,.-......, One copy, elx mouth?,....- Ten copies, ono year,...-... Twenty copier, ono yenr,- .... 82 00 .... 100 .... 16 60 .... 30 00 WEDNESDAY,., MAY 20, 1872. The German Turnery lu Congress as semblcd at Louisville, Kentucky, voted against woman snfl'rngo liy a voto of 220 to no . -. Tiiehb are between six and seven thou sand Journals in the United States. There arc about two hundred nnd soventy sup porting the Greeley movement and nearly all of these Democratic. Tin: campaign document now being used in Berks county, Peun., is an obitu ary notice of General Jackson. Tliu un terrified Democrats of that county once convinced of Old Hickory's death, it is thought they may bo prevailed on to go for II. G. Tin: New York World ridicules the Greeley movement in Now York, and says the Tribune Is the...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 29 May 1872

linittbillc Mdiljj (jrmuclc, Sltci)ncsai), 29, 1S72. 5 iwmWU -CM$ GfomMt. : "WHDNKSDAY, MAY 20, 1872. Hvv.cinr.x covins Of the CimoMCLK mailed freo to any address on ap- ltcallnn. ItATl'.S H' AVr.nTIHIN IN WKKKI.Y. Ten line;, or less, solid, to constitute n square. s ! .8 8 iPACK H fV rt r-l n 1 Squurc j$160S360$460 2 Squares 3 TO 0 00 8 60 5 Squares!... 4 60 0 00 11 60 4 Square! 0 00 11 60 14 00 5 Squares I 7 60 14 00 16 60 I II) Ml II 60 IS 00 28 00 ir 60 Z 60 SO 00 30 60' 27 00 37 60 45 00 65 60 Tin: ocoi:i: m:iisTi:it. Tho cheapest newspaper in tho South Tho Oeote Jiegitter for ono yenr, with GO good on vclopcc, sent to nny postoflico nddress in tho United ntatcs on receipt of fifty cents. Contains lull informntion in regard to Kiut Tennosseo nnd purls of Stntcs adjacent. Address, Box 102, Cleveland, Tennessee. nin'J'Jwoin l'cilcstrlimiviii Aecouuleil For. Not tho least amusing eido of tho out-of-town editor is his grim humor. This is tho way ho speaks of tho difficulties of mak...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 29 May 1872

gtafbillc Mttl (!jomdc, Mcbntsbnn, Htnn afl, 1872, MAY 20, 1872 GUAM AND LEE. The Corresioiuleiicc Alipcrtiiliilni; to llio Act ttf IKiniiliiily. LDoston Globo Washington Letter. Mr. Voorhces alluded tho other day to tho fact that the President, na Lieutenant Gcncral, intervened to prevent ltobcrt E. Leo ami other paroled rebel Generals being annoyed bj United States Judge Un derwood's superservlceablo zeal. Hero is tho correspondence : "IticiiMoxn, 13 June, '05. 'GenkkaIj Upon reading the Presi dent's proclamation of the 29th ulto., I camo to .Richmond to ascertain what was firopcr or required of mo to do, when I earned that, with others, I was to be in dicted for treason by tho grand jury at Norfolk. I had supposed that tho olllcers and mon of tho army of West Virginia were, by tho terms of their surrender, pro tected by tho United States Govern ment from molestation, so long as they conformed to its conditions. I am ready to meet any charges that may be preferred against me, and ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 29 May 1872

-7, Tlio llassler Expedition. The latest news from the Hnssler expe dition leaves the explorers In n Clillllan linrbor, l'rof. Agazzlz hns luul the oppor tunity of examining a glacier of more magnificent proportions than that of the Aar. It was named the llassler Glacier. There la a story of n rare bird shot and but slightly wounded, which immediately ramo to the ship's side and suilbred itself to be taken on board; of not ungraceful aborigines, who dine principally upon mussles, and live comfortably in a land of iwrpetuul snow without any clothing wortli mentioning. Clny mill Urcole.v. Henry Clay was pneo tempted as the Sago of Chappaqua is tempted now, "Support the anti-tariff measure," cried the Democratic Mephlstopheles, "and you shall sit in the chair of Washington."' "Never t I would rather be right than be President." To-day the voice ofthesamo bcguilcr whispers the pseiulo-frlend of Henry Clay : "Do as we bid you, and the prize is yours." To which thus responds the "friend o...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 29 May 1872

mtik MttUu murlc, Mtbiuaimir, gta an, 1872. 8 HOJIK CIKCLE. .lOIINNY'K OPINION Ol' lUANnMOTII. i:its, Ornndmotlicrs uro vory nice folks; They bent nil tlio mints in creation; They lot a chnp Jo as ho likes, And don't worry about education. I'm suro I can't sco it at nil, "What a poor fellow over could do For apples, and pennies, nnd cakes Without a grandmother or two. Ornndmothcrs speak softly to "ma's," To let a boy havo n cood time; Sometimes they will whispor, 'tis true. T'other way, when a boy wants to climb. Grandmothers lmvo muffing for tea. And pies, a wholo row, in tho collar, And they're apt (if they know it in time) To make chicken pies for a "feller." And if ho is bad, now and thou, And makes a great racketing noise, They only look over their specs. And fay, "Ah, theso boys will be boys. "Life is only so short nt tho best; Let tho children bo happy to-day." Then they look for awhilo nt tho skyj And tho hills that are far, far nwny. .Quito often, ns twilight comes on, Gran...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 5 June 1872

WW. T VOL. III. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. JUNE 5. 1S72. NO. JO. FACTS ABOUT EAST TENNESSEE. What fsXccilcil. NO. 1.XXU1. AVo oeeaslonally licnr tho remark, "If Kast Tqnncssco Is so good a country as It Is claimed to bo, why is It Hint its natural re sources have not been developed?" We answer that It has been for tho lack of cap ital and properly directed enterprise. Our iron and coal mines, our marble and llme stono quarries, our fertile land, our unsur passed water power, and our forests of fine timber have never been of much advan tage to us until recently, for tho reason that wo havo not had tho capital to convert tho raw material into such articles as we need for use and for exportation. AVo arc sorry to add that our peoplo havo never ex hibited a cpirit of enterprise, of such a character as to attract capital toward our section. AVo havo not enjoyed the advantages of railroad communication for a very great length of time. Our railroads havo been completed ouly a few years p...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 5 June 1872

Spnoafoilk TOcthl) '0nick, ftftlrimcsbaij, imc 3, 1872. WEDNESDAY, JUNK 5, 187?. FAB3I AND GA.XtI:EIV. llcttcr Caro of llic Horso Kccdcil. Tlioro Is nothing iu tlio economy of liorse-kcopiiig tlint is of nioro consequouce tlinn iliqt, and tlio discovery of remedies for disease. In a stato of imluro, nnimnis mc not subject to disease, or very seldom so. but under domestication the enso is changed. Thoy tiro hero at tho mercy of their owners, and nlnety-nlno out of one hundred of their diseases aro attributed, cither directly or indirectly, to -want of proper feeding and care, and especially so among horses doing fast work. In cities want of ventilation Is often a cause of disease. There is no animal on tho farm that it will pay better to keep warm and comfort nblo than tho horse. Ills coat is thinned and shortened by grooming, and conse quently, the animal is not able to with stand tho changes iu the weather as aro thoso whoso coats aro left to incrcaso with tho cold. Wo think n few ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 5 June 1872

Q JtU0bHlc Wtthh 0mrlc, tcbncsbair, $,unc 5, 1872. 3 Captain Ktdd's Treasure. The fortune hunters of New Jersey havo eomo now discoveries to speculate upon, and if the assertions of somo recent llnd crsof coinarotobebcllovcd.onoof their number has at Inst definitely located tho spotwhero tho pirato Kidd concealed his trensuro "as ho anil." From Cold Spring, Capo May county, comes tho story of tho discovery of a chest containing Sao.OOOon iuujuiuk inompson iarm, near l'ismng Creek. Two men. ono of whom hoars thn namo of Garrcston, wcro digging ditches on tho farm, which is now owned by Gar retson, when they hauled up tb6 money chest. Tho coin, they say, is so old that ft is scarcely posslblo for them to tell tho ex act value of tho pieces, but tho larger part is gold, tho coins being about tho size of twenty-dollar gold pieces. It is said fur- tncrmoro that Captain Kidd's name was found imprinted on tho chest. There has been a periodical excitement in the placo for the last forty yea...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 5 June 1872

JtMH-billc Mwhlji (iTbvonklc, aolctjncstinn, unc o, 1872. Tcchlj) (& feronidcT- RULE & HICKS, Piiblisliors, Number 10 Market ridoi, lMi Side. , , . TKiuis or HUllSOKlVTloy. Oho copy, ono year, f 2 00 Ono copy, tlx months, 1 00 Ten copies, ono year, 16 60 Twenty copies, ono year SO 00 "WEDNESDAY JUNE C, 1872. WEEKLY SBMMAUr OF NEWS, no.tii:. .Forty thousand mechanics struck in Now York last wool: Investigations of tho Metho dist Uook Concern show largo swindles... . Tho American floot off tho coast of Labrador and Now Eoundland was lost in tcrriblo gales dur ing tho season; out of 4,000 men only 175 havo been nccounted for-.... Morgan county, Mis souri, was visited by a destructive tornado last week Kcd Cloud and other chiefs visited tho President on tho 27th; they nro dissatisfied at tho prospect of removal to tho Chcrokco country, l'abcr's pencil factory was destroyed by Arc loss, $200,000 A rucoting of Eroo Traders was held in New York on April 00th Tho dcoreii-o of tho pu...

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

Jino.vlnllc (LCLlcchl) ((li;jiuc.c, Ictincstiajj, : Juiic 3, 187S. WKDNEdDA?,. . , .; j . . jJUXH G, 1872. M'i:i.ui:n coiii;s )S flic Chromiclx mulled frco to nny address on np llcation. ltATi:.S OF AIVi:ilTINIM4 IX wi:i:ki.y. Ten lines, or less, solid, to constltuto a square. is n CO 1 Square 2 Squnrcs 3 Squares 4 Squares 5 Squares 1 co; $350 G 00 0 00 11 60 4 CO (I 00 7 60' 11 00 Tin: ucoix iir.ciiNTi:i:. Tho cheapest newspnpor in tlio South Tho Oeoce Register for ono year, with W) good en velopes, sent to nny postoflico nddrcss in tlio United ntntes on receipt of fifty cents. Contains full information in regard to .Knit Tennessco ona parts ot states adjacent. Auuross, Jiox lo'J, vicvoinmi, j.cnncsseo. lnn.w.itn Senator llrott iilotv. Prominent in the procession to tlio National Cemetery yesterday was Senator Brownlow. who went out in his enrrriago nnd remained throughout tho exorcises. Ho nppcars ns woll tis wo hiwo seen liim for years, llonovor lots nn opportunity pass to show i...

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. — 5 June 1872

J Qibh aafcthlg mut!c, Wtbmsbnu, nnc Z, mx JUNK C, 187?. OreiU ncfttrucllaii Amoiiir I'litilug VhcIm Nnw York, Mny '28. The report of the uuu-coiuiuiiico rcL'uruing uio -MCliiodlst Hook Concern iiiuloitcs n, largo swindle In nearly nil uio ucnurtnicnis. It Is stwtcd that Cant. Ilallenbeuk, of the unioriuniuo steamer isnsllon, remarket! tnnt lie Had tlio best boat In the harbor; that slio would carry KXJ pounda of steam wiiuuub manning a uoit or opening n vaive, and that Ho could not get up steam enough in the boiler to burst It. Men are engaged in grappling for the bodies. The wreck will be raised In a few davs. It is estimated that -10,000 men engaged in me Hiruco in mis city. Thirty persons wero injured by the ex plosion ol the Kpsilon ; six fatally. The bodies of the captain and tho fire'maii have not been recovered. L.ow water in tho Doner is said to have caused tho disaster. The following are tlio names of the ves sels engaged in seal llshlng and known to bo lost oil' the coast...

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. — 5 June 1872

ghmsbilk WttUu gfernnidc Mclmcsimtr, unc 5, 187a. TLcu nnd 'oir A Candid Onlnlon. " Wcllkc Gen. Grunt, but wo enro nioro for Itqnibllcnn nscentlancy Mum for any man's poraonnl fortunes. It Is In our vlow of Kreat Jniiiorliutco tlmt tho Opposition Hhnll bo kept out of power, wlillo it Is of com paint ively small lnomunt that A or 11 should tenant tho "Whito House. For n einocratlo nntlonnl triumph means a res toration to power of those who deserted their seats in Congress nnd their placet) under tho last Democratic President to llunnc the country into the red tea of Sc cession ami Itcbdtion. Though you pnlnt an Inch thick, to this complexion you must come at last. The brain, tho heart, tho soul of tho present Democratic party is tho rebel element at the Bouth, with its Northern allies and sympathizers. It is rebel at the core to-ilny, hnrdly nblo to re concile tho defeats of Lee, Johnston, rngr, Hood and Price, and the conse iHicn.ulownfall of its beloved Confederacy, with Us traditi...

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. — 5 June 1872

8 (Written for tticKoozvtllo Chronicle DEtiOKATIOX I.VY. I'ri'Jo ininprlcs itself with our sorrow And plcnsuro with duty to-day, As wo moot o'er tlio graves of our heroes Toscntter tho incenso of May. Oil I sweet to tho patriot's bosom, Is this scene on which angels look down, For tho high nnd tho lowly hnvo gnthcrod Tho gruvcs of tho loyal to crown. But soft, let us pouso on our errnnd, Por a sadness steals over my heart; "Vnknoicn" aro tho names of so many, "Who so nobly havo acted thoir part- Wo mourn not tho nnmole3 who left us Through glory tho Kivcrto ford, For "duUc ct decorum est," And truly "they havo their reward." Cut with widows nnd orphans unnumbered "Vo weep for tho "unknowns' " fate, And own, while wo scatter tho laurels That tho price of our Union was great. "Dc morttiis nil nisi bonum," "When wo speak of tho slain in the grey ; But our "7o triumphe" ro-echoos, And tho "bluo" is our color to-day. SmAXOER. Knoxville, May CO, 1872. mi:mokiai, uat. i, Comrados, who keep...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 12 June 1872

VOL. III. PHILADELPHIA. Organization of the Convention, EXClTI.Vf! CAXVASS FOK Till) TICK NIKS IIJENCY. A Republican Success In November Assured. GRANT NOMINATED HY ACCLAMATION Wilson for Vice President on First Ballot. THIRTY THOUSAND PERSONS PRESENT. A GLORIOUS. DAY'S WORK! -(Ircat Rejoicing nntl General Enthusiasm. A NORLE PLATFORM ADOPTED. WORKINGMEN FOR GRANT AND WILSON. Hpccinl to llio Dully Cliroulrlo. PinnADiUiPiriA, June fi. The Philadclphians claim thattho city can entertain 2o,000 strangers. Over 3.000 persons were unable to Hud shelter last night. Tho nttcadaaco and enthusiasm nrc un paralleled. Tho Academy of Music, whero the Con vention assembled, presented n most mag nillccnt appearance. The building was elaborately decorated. Tho Hpirit and enthusiasm of the Con vention is unexpectedly earnest and de monstrative. Every mention ff Grant'H namo by tho eminent speakers was loudlv applauded. Tho sceno when Gerrclt Smith, tho pio neer emancipationist and abolitionist, spo...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 12 June 1872

Jhiosbillc Mcdtlj) muck, Mfimcstmjr, unc IS, 1872. JUNK 12, 1872. HjVYTOX AND OA.!RrDElV. Farmers' Convention of Ulonnl Couuly. Tho farmers of Mount met in Conven tion at ainryville, on Monday, Juno 8d. Samuel Tullock was called to tho Chair, and A. M. Gamblo appointed Secretary. Rev. Mr. Lord explained tho object of tho Convention, and spoko at length in favor of grass farming. He is in favor of making mora cheese and butter, raising elieep and improving our land by sodding. Mr. W. "NV. Lawrenco moved that Ave proceed at once to form a Farmers' Club. Carried. On motion, Mr. Lawrenco was made rresident, and Mr. Henry Secretary of tho Club. On Motion, H. "V. Lawrence, A. M. Gamblo and Major IJen Cunningham wero appointed a committee to recommend the name of one man In each civil district for Vice Presidents of tho Club. C. 1J. Lord, W. L. W. Hackney and J. 13. Caughrou were appointed a committee to prepare business for tho next meeting of the Club. Adjourned to meet on tho flrst Mond...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 12 June 1872

0 3 Mr. Grcclcy In 18C2. In a letter to II. McChesncy, of Troy, New York, dated September 23, 1802, nnd published In Uio Now Yolk Tribune of the 20th of tlio sumo month, Horace Greeley, Hpeaklng of secession, thus de clared himself: "Hut I still Insist that If It had been proved that the people of tho slaves States, or oven of tho cotton States alone, had really desired to dissolve tho Union, and had peacefully, deliberately an.l authorita tively expressed tlmt wish, wo should havo assented to it. At all events. 1 should." Garrison on Sumner's Speech. vVm. Lloyd Garrison writes a letter to Mr. Sumner, In which he says that the lattcr's speech in arraignment of Grant Is ill-timed, ill-judged and extravagant ; that ho can not separate Grant from tho party which put him in the presidential chair, and which means to keep him thero for another term If posslblo ; and that he does not represent, but is in marked opposition to, the sentiment of Massachusetts in his harsh attack upon tho Pre...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 12 June 1872

gtaririllc Itchij (inmiclt, Mdmcstoiji, June L8J?a. )c MccMn (Ijr.oniclc, RULE & RICKS, Publishers, Xumbcr 10 Market Place, J-ktsl Side. tkicms or NUitsenii'TioN. Ono coiy, ono yenr Ono copy, tlx month; Ten copies, ono year Twenty copies, ono year .... 82 00 .... 1 00 .... 1G 50 .... SO 00 WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, 1872. For President, ULYSSES S. GRANT, OK ILLINOIS'. Tor Vice President, HENRY "WILSON, OV MASSACHUSETTS. WEEKLY SUMMARY OF 'EWS. homi:. Labor strikes havo been of frcjucnt occur renco last wcok Increased Itcpublieaii ma jorities nro reported in Oregon A sovero storm visited Central Illinois Inst week, doing u great denl of damage The charges against Jtov. L. D. Huston, a minister of tho 31. E. Church, South, Baltimore, havo been investi gated and his innocenco established. con;iii:smo:vai.. Tho lato insurrectionary States will have their quota of arms distributed to them, n bill to that fl'ect having passed tho House The tax on friction matches has been restored South- orn...

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