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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 15 June 1870

. il 1 VOL. I. t . KN6xtlLLR TENN., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15, 1870. NO. 11.. II' V. 1 LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. NASHVILLE. SPECIAL DISPATCHES. PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATURE. House Refuses, (o Concur in Seuate Amendment to (he Foil Ta Bill. Nashville University Leased to Uushrod Jolinsoii and Kirliy Smith. Reduction of Judges' Salaries. The Custom House Located. Vpccinl Dispfttch to the Chronicle. I Nashvilm:, Juno 11. Mr. fercd a resolution, which lies Lut troll of- over under the rules, appointing us additional Trustees of the East Tennessee U j University, nt Knox- vllle, C1. M. MoGheo, T. II. Calloway, E. .!. Sanford anil W. A. Henderson. Mr. Culihlns introduced a Mil to permit , notaries appointed prior to tho adoption i the New Constitution to hold olllcc for the full term lixod by law at tho time of tlteir appointment, which wits read once. House bill r-gululing the number of Re nvpsentatives in the General Assembly pro vides that until tho next enumeration, ap portionment of voters no ...

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. — 15 June 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHHONIOLE, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1G, 1870. liCttc r from Col. Baxlcr-No. !J. Jidilom of the Chronicle: , In Mnrcli, 18ft!, nml nboutono month niter de livering tHM xpcccli referred to and copied in my last letter, itrivnto business mado Itneccssnry for mo to visit Memphis, nnd 1 went My absence. Af forded another opportunity to some ono of tho hounds still yelpinc nt tny hcoU, for indulging their personiil niflHco by ombnrrassing mo in my business. Accordingly, it wns whispered in to tho cars of Gen. B. Kirov 'Smith, tho com mander at Knoxvillc, that I had gone, on n spy ing expedition, in tho intcro-t ot tho iedcrals. Upon this suggestion, Gen. Smith telegraphed Gen. Johnson, at Corinth, and tho lutter tele graphed to Memphis an order for my arrest. iTnflni. i,,l in virtufi of tlm onlor. I was ftrrost- cd and committed to prUon, and for u time, ex cluded from communicating with my family or niy friends. Judgo AVnght. Gov. Ifarri-, (.en. McCown, Col. Austin. . I. fi. It. ...

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. — 15 June 1870

liCtlc from Colonol Iu'xtcr"Jio. 4. IMton of the Chronicle : You will And below tlio extract from my let ter to General A. S. Johnson, written on the 4th 'day of April, 18G2, ns follows: "Sih: I liavo already informed yott (by n short letter proviously written) of my arrest and detention here, as I understand, by yuur order, and requested an early investigation of tho charges to be preferred against me. I arrived in this city on tho evening of tho 'ioth ultimo, coming directly from home on legiti mate privato business. On tho evening ot tho 31st, I was arrested and committed to, thin pris on, where I havo ever since been detained, ex cluded from frionds, and without information, I nm loft to conjecture tho cause of my arrest. I tako it that this action of yours is not based on any misconduct of mino coming under your own observation. It must, therefore, bo predicated on tho suggestions of others. "Allow mo to say, sir and I do so in no vain nnd bonstful spirit that, let your informa...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 15 June 1870

KNOXVILLE "WEEKLY CHRONICLE, WEDNESDAY, JUNE IB, 1870. gwxttjlte fflkMij .touisk "rtTJX.13 ta rX"AJR,WA.TI3il, , PUBLISHERS. OFFICE! BROWNLOW'S OLD STAND, l'.iilrnncc on AY HTJIKET, Ennt filil". Between Main and Hill streets. TEItMS OF HUnsclUl'TIO.V. One copy, one year, $2 00 One copy, six months 1 00 Ten cojilcf, ono year,... 17 50 m i -n-iy copies, ono year t. au uu Fifty copier, oho yrnr, 62 60 -- -- - "WEDNESDAY JUNE 15, 1870. CAMPAIGN RATES. SEND-IN THE NAMES ! In view of tlio importance of tho ap proaching Judicial and Congressional election., and of the scarcity of money In the country, and desiring to1 place tho WEEKLY CHRONICLE within tho reach of every voter in East Tennessee, we have decided to make Campaign Hates for the Daily and AVkekly Chhonicli. We will send the AVlkkly Ciu'onicli: from thin date until after the Congrcssiondl election ncet November, to any subscriber, by mail or its otherwise ordered, for the sum of Fifty $cnt, cash in advadce. Thi i certainly cheap...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 15 June 1870

KNOXVIIjLK WKKKIA CHHONrCIiK, AVKDNKSDAY, JUNK 15, 1870. "WEDNESDAY JUNE 15, 1870. ADVKBTINIXO R.1TF.S. Ten line, or It., Ncnparnll, to constitnto h square. 1 f nuarc, 1 Insertion -.. SI 00 1 f unorc, 1 month It 00 1 square, 3 months ,r. 7 no Business Cards, 2 failures per year 25 00 column, .1 months 12 00 i column, 6 months -.' 00 i column, one year, . .IS 00 i column, 3 month is (X) i? column, 0 months, .'W 00 'A column, ono year M 00 1 column, 3 month?,,. .'!0 00 1 column, 6 months W 00 1 column, ono year 100 00 Noticos In Local Column, Ten Cent tier line. Terms for announcing candidates, $10. Maniares and deaths Inserted free. All bills duo upon first Insertion. Those of resulur ndvertisers to be rendered monthly. nikoimi:n cop IKS Of the Cimrmclk Mailed free to any address on ap plication. Turnip NpiiI. W0 pounds of Pnrplo-top and Strip-leaf, for sale. Cnuncii & Itouoit, juncl5-dlin-w2t McGhce Block. Married. By Bov. .1. F. Spence, Juno 7tli, lit the resi dence of tho brid...

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. — 15 June 1870

r K r 6 Hlbl AND HOME, ' ' ' " V ,f ' Curefor Horse Distcmporv A correspondent of tlio 'Countm Gentle )an relioved a valuable maro by treating iicraecorumg to uiolollowlng plan : Thq following is tho course taken, .with my mare, successfully, at tho Instanco of a man who had riccn employed during the war in tho government hospital for horses, nnd 'who had, hosald, never seen it fail when thoroughly tried. The mare was placed in a warm but well ventilated stable; ,wh fed with warm well meshes of grain, anU was dally fumigated for three days. She began to be better, to gain strength, to Cat. and Alius able to work with moderation. For some two months she was under the ellectH of the disease, but seldom notice abliijstlll when any signs of it appeared alio was given a bran mash fed hot, and was fumigated. In order to fumigate her a large snoon fill of, tar. a'saltspoonful of flower of sul 'nhiiratul thrcd or four small, feathers were placed in an. Iron pan and held under her noc; men i...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 15 June 1870

Tlio llnptist CoiiTcntlnu. FIRST day's i'Hoci:kiin)H. Tliti Convention of Uniitlst) met tit the lkiDtlst Church in tlila city at o'clock v. at, yesterday. Tliu Convuiitlou was called to order by Rev. J, Lloyd. Tlie iiSoth hymn wart Hung. Prnyor by ltev. Uradlcy Kiinbrougli. Rev. J. 11. Klmbrough wan chosen tem porary chairman, and H. II. Smith clerk. About thirty-live nanicM wero enrolled us members of tlie'Convention, representing almost every portion of Hast Tennessee. The permanent organization was com pleted by, tho election of ltev. J. JJ. Kiin brougli, President, and 6. II. Smith, Sec retary. Rev. Dr. Ureckcr being culled Upon, slated tlio objects of th6 Convention. Visiting brethren present having been inviteU to seals, the following named per sona were enrolled, viz : ltev. T. C. Treas dnle, D. I)., Cor. Sec. S. S. Hoard Bo. bap tist Convention ; ltev. M. T. Sumner, 1). D.. Cor. Sec. Homo Mission Hoard So. Bap tist Convention ; ltev. A. I). Philips, re turned Missionary from...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 15 June 1870

H KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE, WUDNESDA.Y,, JUNE IS, 1870. inir.u.APPi.r pier I joalliel bhor'detc(t-'lcjpijel Abomlnato dried unrlo plct I like Rood bread, I like good meat, Or anything that's fit to eat; lint of all poor grub beneath thotkles, ' Tlio poorest Is uriod-applo pies. (live mo toothache or soro eyes In preference to inch kind of pic. The fnrmcr takes his gnarlief t fruit, Tis wormy, bitter, nnd bard to boot i They leave the hulls to niako us cough, And don't take hnir the peeling off. Then on a dirty conl they're strung. Anil from tomo chamber window hung ; And there they servo a roost for flies Until they're ready to niako pics. Tread on my corns, or tell mo lies. Huttlon't pars mo dried-applo pic;. Exchange-.A- Harper's Weekly print tlili tlirgo for an in fant, by Leigh Hunt; nr x. Ho is dead nnd Rone a flower Born and withered in un hour. Coldly lies the dentli-frost now On his little rounded brow ; And tho seal of darkness lies Ever on his rounded eyes. He will never...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 22 June 1870

A Ka Ki Ml -A V M Lfl VOL. I. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, IS70. NO. 12. LATEST BYJELEGRAPH. NASHVILLE. SPECIAL DISPATCHES, PHOCEBUINGS OF THE LEGISLATURE NASliviiiLK, Juno 14. The Committee appointed to count tho burnt notes of the Hunk of Tennessee reported 818,770 burn ed. Tho Senate spentthe liiornlngjllscussing the motion to reconsider the vote on the bill annulling bonds Issued to the Mineral Home Railroad. In the afternoon, the Senate passed the bill, on third reading, annulling $100,000 in bonds issued to the Mineral Home Hall road, by a vote of 10 to 0, it being amended so as to pivo holders the right to sue in. court. The consideration of bonds issued to the Tennessee and Pacific Itallroad was made tho special order for to-morrow. Hill 1" tlx the pay of members at $4 per day, and 54 mileage for twenty-llvo miles, passed on second reading. Hill to enforeo tho New Constitution ir. regard "to taxable property, passed. Tile other business transacted was un important. ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 22 June 1870

KNOXVILLK WEEKLY CHRONICLE, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, 1870. Letter from Colonel BaxterNo. 0. Editors Chronicle : ' Ah shown by preceding; numbers, I was the HiiMcct of persecution nnd oppression, when the rebels held possession of Unst Tennessee, because I could not nnd would not appreciate iind acknowledge, as others did, the many rich blessings which were to enure to tho South from the resistance then being made to Federal authority. I w,as equally unfortunate when the vicissi tudes of war passed me from the yoke of rebel despotism under the domination nnd unconstitutional exercise of military pow er by tho Federal government. More than 20,000 East Tcnue&eeans had been driven by military oppression and by conscript laws, which, however wise as to the other parts of the Confederacy, were iiiiwIm' and unappllcahlo to the Union population of this locality, from which they could so ''readily escape within the Federal lines and put themselves under Federal protec tion. The vindictive spi...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 22 June 1870

4 Letter 'from Col. Baxter". 7. Editor of the Chronicle' Nothing develops and enriches u country more rapidly thun railroad enterprises, iriiely projected nd judldously constructed. Kspcci ally U this truth applicable to Knoxvillc. Kti sconsed amidst tho mountains of East Tennes see, its only hope of greatness, in population, in enterprise and in manufacturing "and commer cial prosperity, U tho completion of tho projected Tailroad system. Among these, tho llrst and most important, is tho Knoxvillo and Kentucky road. ThO completion of tlili road would afford to Knoxvillc a direct and easy communication with tho Ohio river, and with tho nctive and enterprising populations nnd growing business of tho Korthwcst, nnd necessitate tiic early completion of the IHuo Kidgo road, giving to us ;t direct connection with Charleston ; and tho building of this Inst named road, would in suro a road from ltahun's (Jap, via Athens, Georgia, to Augusta, with a branch to Atlanta, through which Knoxvillo...

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. — 22 June 1870

KNOXVILLE WKEKLY CHRONICLE, "WEDNESDAY, JUNE2J.J870. ii - " "bpjjBiite " OFFICE: BROWNLOW'S OLD STAND, Eutriiiicfytii AY .NTltKIIT. Kitfcl Side, Between Main nnd HllUtrctt. - - . WW- tkiijis or si itsntirrioN. One copy, ono jwr Ono copjtlx "Month TtOjCoplcs one year,.... ..Twenty copies, ono s tar,.. Fifty coplcf, ono year, WERNKSDAY, . . 32 00 1 00 17 50 30 00 82 50 , .TUHKiH, 1870. REPUDIATION. Our Democratic .Legislature is fullv de termined to repudiuteji 'part of our State debt. Our stieii uli nuhlishod- Vosloidav t . t - morning informs us that the lf)1 bonds, of Hie Mineral Home Railroad -were declared mill and void. But to break the force of the disgraceful partiah act, the Senate adds a provision giving to the holder the right to sue in court. But suppose they should sue and recover, how could they enforce the collection of their judgment'.' An Assembly mean enough to repudiate the written promises of (lie .State to pay, would he mean enough to refuse to provide for the sat...

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. — 22 June 1870

KNOXVILLK yjSKKljY CllltOXJCl.K, YVEDNKHDA Y, JUNtf 22, 1H70. ft . . . JUNK 22, 1870. "WBDNKSDAY, ADVKIITIHING KATK.N. Ten llnee, or leWXonnirell, toconstltulo a square. 1 equate, 1 Insertion,. .. $1 00 1 square, 1 month,,: 3 00 1 square, 3 month, , 7 00 nusinoss uarus, z squares, per year, J uu V, roinmu. 3 months. H eolnmn, S month? -uin M column, one jnr .'...... jTd.C coliimn,-.' month ' column, ( months 3 column, one year, column, :l month.i 1 column, (i month.i 1 column, one year 100 00 Notices In Local Column, Ten Cent per line. Terms for announcing candidates, $10. JlajrlnKos and death Inserted free. All hills due upon first Insertion. Those of regular advertisers to he rendered monthly. 12 00 22 00 VA 00 18 00 30 00 M 00 30 00 V) tK) .srKcmK.v rorir.s Ol'tho CuiiRMCLK Mailed free to nny address bn up plication. Dry flooilt. Messrs. 1'ayl & Boyd lmvo everything in the dry goods lino Hint can lio culled for. l'or .Snip. TIlo Sycotvfttervic7);li.s(!1i.H ofl'orcd for sole, ...

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. — 22 June 1870

KNOXVILLK WEEKLY CHRONICLE, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1870. FARM AND ROME. Hon to Italse Currants. There I no dlfllculty in raining currants in a clay noil If you trench deeply, getting Mho ground mellow and hnvinc It pretty rich. Prune tlio hushes) So iih told the huh and air have full scope. After the useless wood is removed, tho bent way 1h to keep hack tho HproutH. by thumb and linger. Cultivate the .oll, and mulch with Homo vegetable fertilizer, Htieh as chip manure, leaves, garden weeds, grass, &c. The red Dutch is the best variety among the red, tho white grape among thowhito currents. But yearly attention is necessary to good annual .crops. For the currant worm hclle borp is a suro cure. Dust bushes with it in the morning. One dusting will answer for Hcveral weeks in dry weather. Karl)' Uroakrast. A bad custom is prevalent in many fami lies, especially among fanners, of working an hour or two before breakfast, attending to "chores," hoeing in the garden, cutting wood, mowing, etc....

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. — 22 June 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22,11870. Letter I'roui .Ioueslorou(jb. Corrc'i'ondoncc f the Chronicle. Tokkoioiio', June 10, 1870. We visited tlio town of Oreonetillo a few days since, which has been juiido historic by electing to liis ilrH ullico the great cfx-My-l'oJley-PresI- dent, who hue botuted in every part of tho Union that ho hud filled h ery ofllco In tho gill ofthu jionplo, from that of I'rusidont of tho United State down to that of Alderman of liii native village which U GroenovUle. You would not he Improved with the fact that ho had bean altogether ns Qiitorprihig us an Alder man, as ho has been jeriitent as it politician. The town feliows unmistakable ovideneojof hav ing been under tho inlluoncc of fogyism . in its earlier days, and age, it scorns is not likely to iniprovo It much. Circuit Court was in oiun, and when wo arrived on Monday evening, we found n goodly number of tho citir.cns of tho county of Greene in attendance. .Judge li. K. Gillenwaters wa...

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. — 22 June 1870

KNOXVILLF, WEEKLY CHRONICLE, -WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, i"870. - - -- 'rliK ivv ;ui:i:.V. my!IIAH!.ES lllCK'K.SSr Oh. n dainty ilnnt Is tho Ivy urecnf, . That rrtcntth o'er rulm old I (if rlnht rholou food nrohli mcalf; I ween. In his cell i lono anil cold. ' Tlio wall mut bo crujnlletl.Jho f tone decayed. To iilrnruro lil dainty whim; And tho mouldering dust that yearn have made, I a merry meal for him. Creeiiine whero no life Is teen, A raro old plant is the Ivy preen. Fast liCyttealetli on, though ho wears no wings. And aftnnch old heart ha. lie. , lie clomjy ho twlneth. how tight ho clinirs To his frienditho huito Oak T reel And slyly ho.trailcth nloni? tho prouiid, AndTifs leaves he irently waves, As ho Joyously Iiuks and crawleth round Tho rielitnoiild of dead nicn craves. Crceplnp where prim Ieath lias been, A rnro old ldntrt Is tho Ivy green. Whole ajtcs have lied and their works deeaj ed, And nations have'seattered been! But tho s tout old Ivy thall never fade. From its hale and ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 29 June 1870

1 r VOL. I. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, 1870. NO. 13. il LATEST BYTELEGRAPH. NASHVILLE. PROCEEDINGS OP THE LEGISLATURE. Resolution Adopted to Investigate Col. Ilaxtcr's Charges. Presentation or Memorial from Knox vilic Hoard of Trade. Special I)!.atch to the Chronicle Nashvillk, Juno 24. The bill to na vido means to pay the present General As sembly was read once and referred to the Kinnnce Committee. Hill directing County Trustees to pay school teachers, passed. Tho following House bills past-ed the third reading: To give counties their proportion of the taxes collected on bonds. Dillon ottered u resolution to the ellbet that as John Baxter, in the Kxoxviiii.i: Chkonici.k, hns asserted his ability to prove that some of the members of the In vestigating Committee have been bought up by eorruptibnists, a Joint Committee be appointed by the Speakers to investigate the charges; that witnesses be summoned, and that Baxter appear as prosecutor, un-1 der the provisions proposed ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 29 June 1870

4 L?t(er from Col. Baxtcr-No. 10. Editors -of the Chronicle: Before concluding the Vcries of letter which you have been thus fnr kind enough to publlfh, I wish to direct the public at tention to the great object whleli I hurt In , view in writing tliem. $ " unielnl corruption Is.Jh my Judgment, the iiium, lunumuuiu uamrer wim wiiien our ncotue arc now rimt.. milium Vn have fallen," wiys a friend who wrote me a few days ago, " upon evil times; and no purer indication, I conceive, could be fur nished of popular demoralization of na tional decay than the acknowledged rm- ruptlon and corrufitiblllty of our leaWa- t0.rt iintioiirtl and Ptatc. It has been, within my own recollection that if the conduct of ra public servant furnished gronnd for susjUelon even, he was doomed to popular reprobation and contempt. But 1 now men men gravely discuss the fea-ibil tern our law-makers with agi ven amount 11V Ol rnrrimtlnir hriiinn tin- licttiM" of money. These facts mere i-rWirlv pre sage the decay...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 29 June 1870

L'VnVirtr r ....... ICOMMOXIClTtn. KnoxtllU-lt Pnf.irV.-A. n v.BfM(!. "i.?, i?"a ..? nt dwelling. Tho - V " ' iiiiniuvuiiiii; I '"iitmui OUT nwn IiIIA trnAnlnM ...,. ..-.I (Jinny of our cood c titcntt nro reluctant in "t?rc6t at onco fuoU tho timulun of Innron.H lcllvotW"Knnxvllloas finished," and with 2.c..r?.iS .iu.L"?'.'t ?Ier(h.ftn fmoM, real conimondnblo ye.1thw.ghUlh.lr Mdu.trlal jjg Assocldtipn and other means, nrcsont to tlio nf? attracted bythd lively appearance wherein ""rivalled advanUiRcs of our city. " fem to bo making Wney and theylil turn These ndvnntane9.it is bcl nvod. slmnia n..T dec do that Knnt lis i inn c. . j tliitr?rSrcean4,lrainto,0llmit,thou'njdJhus.It8OC3 vcry new ndditlonal business of that flontinff clns of capitalists, uinnufnctur- "V.K ' tendency to draw In others. i..,; 'i. i ?.! mon m 0Ur ci,y tl' soaon with hundred of thousands of capital which thev Konorally souttht to Invest In manufactures nnd which we could havo Secured if wo had Icon ul onodrewd...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 29 June 1870

4 aCNOXVlLLH WHHKLY CHRONICLE, WEDNESDAY, JUNK i!9, 18T0. TfUTAH -Sc TAKAVATEK , . PUBLISHERS. OFFICE: BROWNIOW'S OLD STAND, Kulritnce on U.VyInTREET, KnnlHIdr, Ettween Main fndtnlll street. Mj, 1,. , . TERMS OF NCBJiCIKIPTIOX. One copy, one rear, - Si CO One copy, tlx months ... 1 W Ton copies, one year - - 1" Tnenty copies, one year - M 00 Fifty copie,"one year, 6- M "WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2US70. THE AMKESTY BILL. Wo received by telegraph Tuesday night the text of the hill reported by the House Reconstruction Committee for the removal of political disabilities from persons en gaged in the rebollion. Owing to a press of other matter, it is impossible for us to produce it in full. Thoe Excepted froni the provisions of tile act are: 1st. Those "educated at the military or naval acade mics and afterward engaged in rebellion. I'd. Members of the United States Con gress, and were rebels afterwards, Jid. Heads of departments. 4th. Those who bavo voted for or signed any ordinance: of secession,...

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