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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 10 July 1872

cm r v dr i . mi ir VOL. III. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY, JULY 10. 1872. NO. .15. FACTS AUOUT EAST TIJXNESSEE. ttnv cm- b: upland IiumigraniH. XO. L.WKVIII. I Ir.isKKLi.'s Station, Tknjc., 1 July 4, 1S7U. j KummsCmioNiCLi:: It is becoming a noted fact that Immigrants from tho New England Stales, and other places, are per forming a conspicuous part in the im provement of our social and agricultural interests. For instance, wo have at ITels ikell's Station two citizens who have settled 'hero -within tho lost two years. One Mr. E. T. Oatcs, who is merchandising here, and tho other, Mr. lllnkley, from New York State, who is farming. Our citizens note, with real pride, the decided improve ment these men and their families arc making in tho varied interests of our com munity. Now, with tho hypothesis that our farmers have not yet recovered from the modes of pioneer agriculture, that they clear away tho timber, work tho virgin oil until it is exhausted and then leave it to gi-v up In bria...

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. — 10 July 1872

$u0biUc Mcchlj) 0mcit, Mcimtstmj), .uln lCf, B7X "WEDNESDAY,. . . : . . . JULY 10. 1871!: X'WIijM A.TXX GrA. RDEN. OUK WHEAT CROP. AVo liavo from day to tiny presented in tho CiuioxiciiU facts from various coun ties of East Tcnuesseo nbout tho wheat crop of the present season. They show be yond doubt that it is the most abundant crop harvested for many years. The re bult is to infuse new life into every depart ment of trade and inspire our pcoplo with new hope for tho future. East Tennessee was most thoroughly drained of its pro ducts. The people wero discouraged. The effect of this plentiful harvest ought to in cite our people to greater efforts in their farming in the future. If wo could havo in Enst Tennessee as plentiful a yield of wheat every year ns we havo had this year we would soon find our rich farmers multiply ing, our towns and cities nourishing and our industries assuming grand proportions. Caii we not secure such a result by tho proper effort ? Let us suggest that in e...

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. — 10 July 1872

Ui0btlIc SUccklfi tfrnmclc, M'cbncstnm, gxthi Kf, 1S72. THH UllEAT HACK. fnelN About tho Horses nnd llctx. The New York papers aro full of details of the great nice at Long Branch on tho 2d Inst. Heavy sums were lost by East ern men on Harry llussctt. John Morrls sey lost $50,000. Bets when horses started wcro $1,800 on llnssett to SI ,000 on Long fellow. Tho former's friends claim he was terrl bly out of condition. In speaking of tho race an account says : Tim FINA1, stiiuckim:. Around they went, yoked together, tho name stride, the same speed apparently. This delighted tho straining assemblage, who again and again yelled forth their joy. There was no break In the applause now. It rose higher and fell lower now and again, as some new phase of tho race was presented or disappeared, but it never ceased. Tho crowd was rapidly becoming frantic. Bassett held his own until they reached tholirst quarter on tho last mile. Then lie began to fall behind. Ho was a length there, and six length...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 10 July 1872

.urcbHlc ft(Llcckli (mudi (lalcuncsunii, $.uln ltf, 18?a. 1 RULE & HICKS, Publishers, Xttnibcr 19 Marled I'lucc, JZasl Side. terms or .sunscitiiTiox. Una co 10" i one j'tar,... . $2 00 Ono copy, six montli; 1 00 Ten cojiicj, nno year, .. 1C CO Twenty corlof, ono yenr .. 30 00 WEDNESDAY, JULY 10, 1872. SATIOXAL KEl'UHLICAN TIKCET. For President, ULYSSES S. GRANT, OK ILLINOIS. Tor Vice President, IIENEY WILSON. OF MASSACHUSETTS. M EEKLY SOM2IA1U OF 'EYS iio.mi;. Sunstrokes havo been of frequent occurrence in Now York and 15o6ton Tho wheat crop of Ohio ii very fine Longfellow lcat Barry ttassctt at Long ttranch on the 2d The Stokes trial is becoming more absorbing in in tcrest ltocent Indian outrages have been confirmed Gideon Wollci endorse? Greoley Kichmond, Vn., had n $CO,000 ilre on tho night of tho 5lh Tho strikers aro resuming work in Now Vork. roiti:i;.v. Tlio Now York Herald last week published a long account of tho adventures of Dr. Living ston in tho wilds of Africa A con...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 10 July 1872

Jinot'billc Ufikchlji (omcjc, uilcbucsDnn, n(n Iff, L87S. WKDNESDAX, ......,.. JULY 10, 1872. Sl'lX'UIIIN' coi'ii:s Of tho CitnoNlCLK lnnllcil freo to any address on np Mention. kati:s or ai4'i:iitinin ix whkki.y. Ten lines, or less, s olid, to constitute a square. a H S H M ! a i 1 t Bqunre '$ 1 C0'$ 3 50 $ 4 SO imirrR II am! It (Kit i PjV $ n 60 J o oo jia oo 10 Mi 111 M)i 27 00 11 501 S J 60 !!7 60 h on, so on 4,1 oo ii OOl 3D 60 63 60 J Niuurc; ami ooni 8 60 4 50 !l W 11 M) 3 Squares M 4 Squares u 5 Squares l 00 II Ml 14 110 7 50 11 W Id 50 TIII1 O CO 111'. lttUllNTI'.lt. Tho cheapest nowspnper in tho South Tim Oeoee Jlegistcr for olio year, with 50 good en velope, sent to ntiy postolllcu ntlilrcs in tho Unitcil ntntes on receipt of lifty conU. Contains full information in regard to Kutt Tonncsoo nnd parts of States adjacent. Adilrc, ltox 152, Cleveliiml, Tennessee iiiaS'Jwl'in Itrprt-scnlullvi'. Wo are authorized to nnnouneo Col. 1I.T DICK ns a candidate to represent Jefferson ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 10 July 1872

gtmrMIle Wtthln &pmdt, mtimtin& luljj Q, S7 , JULY 10, 1872. A KKSIAIIKABLK DOGT.HOT. A lrooMllltiu lo Cnrry Toiiih's(0 for Grunt. The following rcmnrkablo document litis been furnished us for publication. It needs no Introduction or comment: SWHKTWATIJIt, TKJINIl'SKE, May 28th, 18' To Jus Excellency V. S. Grant, President U. S. A., Washington, D. C: Kin: I trust the subject, when stilted, will be sutliclent npology for this intrusion upon the vnluablc time yof the Executlvo of a great nntlon like the one in which it Is our good fortune to live. I trust after you hear u brief statement of my ease, you will give such attention as it seems to your niinti proper. After the close of the Iato unfortunate war, I was engaged nt wages in an ortlce then getting up claims of the several kind, against the Government growing out of the war. I served but a short time as clerk, when I began getting up claims as attorney myself, which business I have followed lit connection with the Law, t...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 10 July 1872

SttMbillc Wini) mutk mxsbnn, iff, 18J?s. SUNSTIiOKES IX 5K)V YORK. Onu lliiiiilrrilniul I'lfl.y.imo t'a'ii 'J'iich. tny. From our dispatches It will bo seen the terrible heat in New York continues. In four days 815 cases of sunstroke took place. In tho jrcrald of the :id wo 11ml the fol lowing. The thermometer rose to 1)9 in the shailo yesterday afternoon and was re ported over 100 In Brooklyn : Thcro can be no doubt at all but that some action should be taken, If such weather as wo have had for several days past Is to continue, whereby our humble people, and indeed tho working classes generally, should not be expected or per mitted to expose their lives to tho terrible strokes of tho sun's rays. The record of the sunstrokes for several days past and of tho deaths which resulted ought to bo s-uf-llcent to silggcst that it is little short of murder to allow men or women to expose themselves to an excessive heat, the ell'ects of which so seriously concern human life Itself. It was rea...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 10 July 1872

lnDbilk WlMu tfjjnmirk, Mcbmstmn, $uln l.Cf, B7 A M IISKUV HlIY.Ili: lOll HMJ I OI.US. Not only tho littlo lohller, Perched high on pupa's toe, Mound for a rido to .London town, On childUh journeys 10 For we sill go u. u, up, And nil pi down, down, dowti-y, And nil co backward nnd forward, And nil go round, round, round-y. iStill do wo rotich for sunbeam;, And learn tho rattle' i-trick, Tho grout big watch of Futlur Time How wo lovo to henr it tick ! To put a cako for Tommy, And pat it enko for ourself For that alono wo labor and strive, And hoard up our golden poll'. Thi? little pig goes to market ; That littlo pig stays at homo; And wo all cry " Wee I" for our mammy, "Wherever wo ebanco to ronm. When Jack and Gill go up the hill To fetch their pail o' water. As furo m Jack comes tumbling back, Poor Gill conies tumbling arter. Wo seuk our bed with Sleepyhead, Wo stay u-.vhilo with slow; And fill tho pot with Greedy, glad To sup beloro wo go. Jack Hornors in their corners still Do p...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 17 July 1872

D i VOL. III. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. JULY 17, 1872. NO. 1G. ritOJl TAUTER COUNTY. Crops, Politics and Calves In Carter Countf. ELi.Aiii7riiToN,TKNN,.Tuly 12,1872. Emtoks Chkonicli: : Tho broad val leya of Watauga mid Idltlo Doo aro teem ing with rich harvests of fruit, grass anil grain, and tho farmers aro very busy Just now saving tho unusual Hno crop of oats. I supposo'a larger quautity and liner quali ty novcr grow in the county in one season. Tho wheat is being threshed nnd tho yield is fully up to tho expectations of tho most sanguine. As tho season has been so propitious, and as tho earth is laden with so many good tilings and tho hand worlds pretty well over, the fun-loving and en terprising nro beginning to ngltato tho questions of how shall wo pleasantly and profitably enjoy ourselves tor awhile, and tournaments, picnics, fairs and festivals aro freely talked about. Tho ladles of tho M. 33. Church at this place held a fair on the 8th Inst., for tho benefit of their ch...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 17 July 1872

ginoridllc SMwhlii mick, Mlcimcstmir, u(n 17, 1872. 7 WEDNESDAY,. ...... . JULY 10. 1872; XAJRM: AND OA. RX13N. Prepare Tor tlic Turnip Crop. Tim most skeptical person would bo con vinced of tlio utility of folding fdiccp upon ; turnips, If be could too tlio corn now grow ing upon the piece of ground on tlio farm of the writer thus treated. Tlio corn was, rather InUs planted ; but tlio stalks are from eight io ten feet tall at this writing, June 24th, and some of them arc so large that they cannot bo spanned with one band. In color, they arc as dark as the richest bottom land com. Upoli tho rest of the same field and same quality of land, the corn will not avciago moro than waist high. Now, the bringing this piece of ground to this condition of fertility cost nothing. The expense of tho turnips was moro than j defrayed by the benefit to the sheep dur ing tho winter. Tho corn on an aero of naturally much richer land, manured last year with eight hundred pounds of Obcr's Manipulated, ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 17 July 1872

flnmfbillc WitMn tfjjtonMc, cbncsbnn"itln'j B7X Tin: countv i:m:ciiox. HuoxviHcVt llnlf Wor.rn IIic"1IIk "c' of llio Contest. Tho raco for crunty officers grows warmer as the day of election draws nearer. Tho number of tho candidates, and especially those of tho political party of which tho Knoxvlllo-cliaao sooma to hold a lease, is becoming imallor by degrees And beautifully Jess. A 'Democrat may io ft candidate for public honors in tho morning, but cannot tell "what an hour may bring forth," and may bo unwillingly rotirod to prlvato lifo beforo ovening. Tho machino works on regardless of tho protest? of its vic tims, and heads aro cutou with littlo regard to whom they belong. A numbor of gcntlcmon. havo been led to tho stocks and decapitated, whilo still others havo been in custody, but aro remonstrating against tho proceeding. Mr. Lowis was first led up. Ho then declined to havo his aspiring head taken ofl", beliovinj;' his services as Sheriff woro invaluablo to tho county, but a...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 17 July 1872

gMulIc Mtchiu micl, McumunT, $:uln 17, 1872. KULE & JIICKS, Publishers, Number 10 Market Place, East Side. trims ortimtscmrxiox. Oco copy, ono year,.- G Ono cojy, six months - 1 to Tea copies, one year W M Twntv i?ot)tt. ono roar 30 03 -WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 1872. NATIONAL -KErUBLICAK TICKET. 'Vat President, TJLYSSJ3S S. GRAN I1, or ILLINOIS. 2?er Vice President, IPEN'RY WILSON, OF -MASSACHUSETTS. WEEKLY -SUMMARY Or ETYS further Indian outrages have been -re portod Counterfeit bonds lifivo been oxlcn Eivoly Circulated in Little Itock Politics nro getting warm in JNorth Carolina Gen. John C. BreckinridgC'baa declared for Horace Gree dy Caterpillars havo appeared among tho cotton in South' Carolina and Alabama Throo ox'Confcdorato officers in tho service Of-tho Khedivo had a personal rencontro with ths TTnitod States Conwil General at Alexandria, Egypt, tho other dayi each party says the other was tho aggressor. roiti.iGS. Tho Moxican revolutionists want to surrender ......A London ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 17 July 1872

flnwbillc '(ftlcckln (!fjmclc, wLlciMcsiKio, $uln 17, 1872, WEDNESDAY JUfjY 17, 1872. NrKCiaiRX coiii: Of the CnnoNlCLK mailed free to nny address on op 1 llcatlon. IIATI-S or AOVRIITISINU IX WKCKIYl. Ten lines, or less, solid, to constitute n square. v 8 J3 S I .9 I. S 4 H f-t n " j v-4 Cl r- U J1G0J 3 50 M6OJG50 3 (X) G 00 8 50 10 50 4 60 0 00 11 N) 14 50 0 00 11 60 14 00 IS 00 7 60, 11 00 WW 23 00 It-AClC. r-. 1 Square. 2 Square! 3 Square 4 Squares 6 Squares $ 9 00 $15 00 Hi CO 27 00 23 60 , 37 50 30 001 45 00 30 50 65 60 tiii: oconr. itr.oi.sTr.it. The rhcrioost nowspnpor in tho South Tho Ococe Ktgi'tiCf for one year, with CO good en vclopcs, sent to r.ny postofflco nddress in tho United ntnto3 on receipt of fifty cents. Contains full information in regard to hast Tennessee and parts of States adjacent. Address, JJox 162, Cleveland, Tcnncsseo mn22vJm For Sale or Hire. Eight puro bred Shropshire Down lltick Lambs by "Prodigal," tho winner of tho first prize, as n lamb, nt Circncc...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 17 July 1872

fttt0btll aaicthl flnidt; Mcbncsbag, fitljj 17, 1672. WEDNESDAY JULY 10, 1871 BALTIMORE. THE I'lLL SWALLOWED. Tho Democratic '.any Takes Medicine. (Jrcelcy Nominated on First Itallol. Senator Bayard Speaks Very Plainly, Bolters Call a National Convention. The National Democratic Convention nsHOinblcd hi Ualllmoie on the Oth instant, nml was ealled to order by August Bel mont. The convention organized by the election of Thomas .Teli'erson Randolph, of Virginia, as temporary chairman, but af terwards chose ex-Senator J. R. Doolittle, of Wisconsin, permanent president, with a national executive committee composed of one delegate from each State. Doolittle made a long speech in which ho reviewed the past glories of the party, hut nothing was done beyond eil'ecting the organiza tion. Baltimouh, July 10. At the Opera .nouse, tno delegates were generally in their seats by 10 o'clock. A second brass band which was located in the upper gallery, entertained the att dienco with various airs, o...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 17 July 1872

ynobillc ftulcchln Chronicle ftulcuncsimn, $uin 17, S7 Letter From FrlciulMlllc1. FitlKKDSVILI.li, Tkxn., i July !), 1872. ) Knrroits Chronicle : Thinking it would not lio unlnlcreHtliifr to your renders, 1 en close you n short letter from the Commis sioner of Agriculture on tho mject of Lime, for nubllentlon. Wo hnvo nn interesting Formers' Club here, with ii niomberHhip of about one hundred, which Is working well for the neighborhood. Wo nro endeavoring to cut tlvnto less land and do it a ureal deal better. Wo orgnnized near three years ago, have n constltutl'in and by-laws and meet to transact business once a month Since our organization wo have at dlflbr ent times received from tho Department of Agriculture, garden and Held seedspf vari ous kinds, somo of which wo hiw'o been growing successfully. The while Khniion Oats wo have tried two years and can say they are a success. Our present olllecrs are: Prof. Win. Russell, President; liphralm Lee, V. U. Ellis, Isaac Jones, .1. V. Gr...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 17 July 1872

fUwsbHlc fflfcclvln 0MtIc, W&iusbair, $uln 17, 1872. 8 HOME! OIRCIiK; 11 OH IV T A I.WXT I M.USTIt.iTK n. Who says that poetry U not n Dlvino inspira tion ? As nn ovidonco that it U wo iuoto below from tho fly leaves of n music book found in ono of our city church choirs. Wo suppress tho name of tho unfortunnto "poor but rcspoctablo" young man and glvo him tho namo of Grimes. This hook belongs to n poor member of Church congrcgution, nnd if nny ono steals it, ho will plcaso bo charitable enough to return it nt onco to Grimks. I certify tho abovo to bo a truo and accurata condition of tho said Grimes. U. Kkru. Dkau Grimes: If jou should bo so unfortu nate as to havo this 'cro book stolon from you plcaso call ot No. , Gay street, and you will bo furnished ono nt n figuro to suit "a poor man's purso.1' A. FniK.vn, Esq. Dear Grimes, beware! Tho nbovo is n snore, Don't go or you'll bo cheated there. U. Keiw. "What startling rhymes U writo U. ICerr, Better than Byron's, yes thoy arc, ...

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. — 24 July 1872

A hi Kl VOL. 111. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY, JULY 24. 1S72. NO. 17. PACTS AliOUT EAST TENNESSEE. EinoxvJtlc ns u .Manufacturing Center. NO, I,XXI.. ,r,ho manufacturing Interests of this citv aro yet comparatively undeveloped. We have, however, as wo believe, the basis' for making this a manufacturing center. Just thirty miles north of us ore immense lields of coal. They lay side by side with valuable beds of iron. They are immedi ately on the lino of the Knoxvlllo and Ohio Railroad, which we tru&t will soon be extended north to the Ohio at Louis ville and Cincinnati. An unfinished link of less than sixty miles is all that sepa rates us now from a rail connection with the Ohio Valley. The coal referred to is a soft bituminous of lino quality. It burns clear and is of the same character as that at Rockwood, which Is used in the iron furnaces without coking. This coal will answer in any manufacturing estab lishment. At the mines, black coal can be bought at from three to four cen...

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 July 1872

gtwtfbtllc SBIcchljj jonidc, -Mcbncsunir, Juln a 1872. 7 WEDNESDAY, JULY 21. 1872; Agricultural Notes; A correspondent of the littral A'cw Yorker, seeing a statement in thnt pnper which seemed to give the preference to shallow setting for the purpose of getting the cream from mill;, writes to give exper iments niaco with pans and cans, as fol lows : This trial wa. made within tho first ten days of August, and designed to bo a thor ough tet of the manner of setting milk. The morning's milk was used each time, the milk being divided into nearly equal parts. First experiment, 130 pounds in tho deep can, 17 inches, and 141 J pounds in tho can 3 inches deep. Tho water was taken from tho same tank, to keep the temperature of the milk standing at about fifty-eight degrees, it souring in the pan at forty hours, and not changing in the can till forty-eight hours. Tho cream wai churned as boon as taken from the milk, the can producing 9 pounds of butter be foro salting, and tho pan a pounds 1...

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 July 1872

(tafbillc SSIcthlfi CljrowcU, SSttcbncsbajt, $nljj a&, 1372. Campaign Notes. The New York Herald of the 17th, In speaking of tho North Carolina election says : Tho chances of tho election, however, are all in favor of tho success of tho regu lar Republican ticket next month. Colonel Forsyth, of tho Mobllo Jicgistcr, takos his crow with a bail grace, but ho does it, and after this fashion : "In declaring for Greeley as against Grant, yesterday, wo wero moved solely by a sense of duty, in a forlorn caBe, to yield up all our cherished convictions of what fhould have been tho course of duty and honoron tho part of nil truo Demo crats, and especially of nil them who had lately been Confederates. It was an enor mous sncrlflco of feeling on our part, and we would to Heaven that conscience and a senso of tho Immediate- wclfaro of our country had nllowed us to stand on em pyrean nights of pride and principlo as those occupied by Toombs, of Georgia, and and Wiso. of Virginia. Tho Linn (Mo...

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

3fln0billc SWcchlj) (Efermudt, ftalctmesunj), Ju(n aft, 187S. 8c SLltchfo (SDbrxmitlc. RULE &; HICKS, Publishors, Awi&er 19 Market Place, East Side. ti:iuin or suji-scuii'Tiox. THE SAME OLD ENEMY CONFRONTS US. Ono coy, one year, Ono coj.5. tlx mouth;, Ten coiiIcj, one year........... Twenty coiilci, ono year, . $2 00 . 1 00 . 16 CO ,30 00 WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 1872. XATIOXAL KEFUHHCAX TICKET. Tor President, ULYSSES S.- GRANT, OF ILLIKOIS. For Vice President, 11ENIIY WILSON, OF MASSACHUSETTS. PEOPLE'S COlATY TICKET. FOR SHERIFF. V. I GOSSETT. FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK. J. S. A. RLANG. FOR TAX COLLECTOR. JOHN M. HARRIS. FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY. JAMES 2s. RAY. H9R COUNTY TRUSTEE. II. F. BEARDEN. In our Issue of yesterday we enquired If this Democratic party had in reality as sonic linvc suggested while accepting Mr. Greeley and the Cincinnati platform ac cepted also the principles of the Republi cans. If wo are to believe Mr. Bird. " three millions of Democrats have been brought out o...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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