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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 14 August 1872

VOL. III. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. AUGUST M, 1872. NO. 20. GREELEY AS A BUSINESS MAX. Vow He Encournncil Workingmen Into n Colony Ki Initio. ' Tlic Warm KprliiKM Colony Km Initio ni Told by one of ttic VIciIiiin. Avery Intelligent and honest German, Mr. Phillip May, eatne Into the CunoNi cle ofllco yesterday morning and in earn- st tones narrated tho following story, which wo give in his own words : I want to VAl the people of this country something bout tho way Horaac Greeley has treated mo and some of my friends, in the Wnrw Springs Colony transaction. I once had great confidence In him, but the way ho has treated mo makes nie feel ho is not an honest man and I wnnt the people of this country to know it before they vote for him for President of the Uni ted States. In thosnrincof 1S71 1 camo to this coun try with some friends bound for tho Kooky Mountains to seo If wo could find a home in that reirion. Wo went to the de pot in New York to buy our tickets, but linding the price ...

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. — 14 August 1872

$iwbilb ffifftcltljj 0mclc, Mtbncstwir, August 151, 1872. 2 "WEDNESDAY AUGUST 14. 1872; Soiling Farm StocK. Thero nro to ninny advantages In boiling, or reeding farm stock In stables and under sheds In Summer, rather than graze them at large, that the practice is certain to become common in the South at no distant day. Mr. Kham, (high English authority), says: "A cow or ox requires from two to three acres of pasture or meadow to feed it all the year rouudj-allowinga portion of hay. Bui by raising clover, lucern, sainfoin, tares and other green crops, three cows or more can be fed with the produce of one acre, especially, if a jwrtion is In turnips and other succulent roots. Thus the straw of the white crops is converted into excellent manure, and the land kept in a state of fer tility." The above statement shows a five-fold increase of production per acre. That is to say, in place of giving two and a half acres to graze a cow a year, (a part being in meadow) that quantity of laud, b...

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. — 14 August 1872

a $toabillc SSMtlg (0mcU, l'cbncsimir, gupst 1$, IB7 MOSBY ON THE BTUMP FOK GRANT. Why Kontlicrn JJeii OiiKht o Oppose Creoles'. At Salem, Virginia, on the 3rd, Col. Jno. d. Mosby nnd Gen. Eppn. Hunton hail n discussion on tbo political issues of the day, Mosby for Grant, Hunton for Greeley. A largo crowd was present, and tho New York JTcrald correspondent says in refer once to Mosby : His voice is peculiar, as is the man, be ' ing in higher notes sharp and decisive.and jn the lower ones soft and melodious. People- may say -what they will, if tho gather ing of yesterday was Uny indei to tho opin ion of the stay-at-homes, then the ex-Confederate chief has far more strength than they have been willing to admit. Ho gave these among other reasons, why ho supported Grant and opposed Greeley : Ono indictment against Grant was tho bayonet law. Both Mr. Greeley and his platform endorso that. Grant didn't ask Congress to pass it ; Greeley did and insist ed on it, ana ho thought that a man ad...

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. — 14 August 1872

ghxrcbillc Mcdil) Cljnmidc, (Mcuncsimi), g.u0ust lft, 1872, 4 bc SSIcchlij (Stjjvmurlc. RULE & RICKS, Publishers, A'umbcr 19 Market Place, IJast Side. ii:k.mh or mviiscuivtiox. Ono copy, one year, H 00 One copy, tlx mouths 1 00 Ten copies, ono year, 16 60 Twenty copies, ono year 30 00 "WEDNESDAY AUGUST 11, 1872. JfATIOXAIi KEPUBLICAN TICKET. Tot President, ULYSSES S. GRANT, OF ILLINOIS. For Vica President, HENRY WILSON, OF MASSACHUSETTS. WEEKLY SUMMARY OF SEWS. nonv. Mexican robbers aro committing depreda tions on tho Texas frontior Gcrrilt Smith's letter recommending the pardon of tho Albany kuklux will not bo acted on at present Tho Republicans carriod North Carolina by over lfXK) majority .Sumner mado a speech to a party of soronadors in Washington last Friday night Ilon.Josoph Mayo, of Richmond, Va., is dead Tho canvass in Maine is very active The French band has sailed for Europe. roniuax. Gold has boon discovered near Kinsalc, Ire land Tho English Parliament has been pro r...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 14 August 1872

fUwbillc SSl'cchljT Chrnniclc fcal'rtwcsban, gaujust 11, 187a. pmvllh SUwMy tonivk WEDNESDAY AUGUST 11, 1872. NiTt'i.nr.N coi'ii:s Of ttio CuROMCLlt JOJlIod froo to any a Jdrcss on ap l llcation. KATKM or AnVKIlTINlK'M IX WEKIiXT, Ten lines, or lesi, solid, to constitute) a square. a a SPACB. t Riunro.. 2 Squares 3 Squares 4 Squares "ij Squares J 1 50 3 00 4 SO fi 00 760 J3M 0 00! 9 00 U Ml 14 00 $ 4 50 $ 8 50.$ 9 00 $15 00 27 00 37 60 4.) 00 66 50 8 50! 10 60 1(5 50' BI 60 SO 00 11 60 14 50 14 oo; 10 60 1 00 23 00 33 60 .Nolo of Steamer. Tho stcamor "Emory City," recently built at Kingston for tho Cfa company, vm i sold on Monday to Col. . K. Jlyrd, for $5 -100. Tho Colonel U making his arrangements for the trip up salt river in November irt, ns wo learn ho is an aspirant for Congress from tho Third Dis trict. ' Chunked lltislncs't. AVo soo that our friend, A. A. SHarpe, has flmtirrnrl Mz nlnrn of business, nnd is now tt salesman in the establishment of Messrs. AN . ,r , "Woodruff ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 14 August 1872

$tit0bHIje Wtchljr rjonitJjc, Mcbmsbair, gaijgust 1872. G THK DKMOUUATIC COLUJIX MOVING Ileal Instate. "WEDNESDAY AUGUST. 14, 1872. (JKX. .101IN A. Dl.Y OX GEKKIKT. A Wnr Iieniocriil nntl J'Atriot .SppnlcH )ul Gen. John A. Dix, one of tho lending Democrats and wealthiest citizens of New Y ork, In response to nn Invitation tospeal nt a Greeley meeting, wroto n stinging let ter giving the following reasons why ho could not vote for Horace : 1. Because I believe him to bo as "un stable as water," perpotually floundering (to carry out the .Scriptural llgurc) amid the surges of opinion, anddelicieiitln nil the requsltcH essential to a firm, steady and consistent miministnuioii o: uio uovern raetit. 2. llecnuse ho hns usually been found among the most extreme ultralsts on tho great questions of political and social duty which have been brought under public discussion during tne last quarter or u century, 3. Becauso he has been the advocate (and In this instance persistently) of that most ...

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. — 14 August 1872

noi-billc Mcchln omcIc ffletmcslmi), &t ltt, 1872. HltEELFA' OX AKDY JOHNSOX. " Lobby Isis, JtcbrlH niil Ail venturer In lilt Itctlimc." Andy Johnson is to tell the pcoplo what ho knows about Horace Greeley. It may. therefore, bo interesting to know what Greeley thinks of And). Hero it is from Greeley's own pen the car marks aro too plain to be doubted : ""NVc believo any thing possible of Mr. Johnson. Ills Administration is a record of deception, cunning, disloyalty antag onism to the best interests of the coun try. Ho has mado the Administration of Uuchanan respectable by showing a tlegro dntion to which even Mr. Buchanan could not sink. 11b has betrayed his party; HE HAS I1KT11AYED HIS FRIENDS,' HJ3 HAS JIKTHAYKD HIS COUNTRY. Nothingis left of his Administration but a few miserable job bers llko those who hang around him, and a few wretched political adventurers like Mack. The men who accepted contumely for liis cause, like Seward and Randall and "Welles, ho is impatient to d...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 14 August 1872

Jtiuabillc Mtthln (irfliurfr, Llcbncsbair, 1&, S7. 8 HOJrOS CIRCLE. mr.ptoio max. 11 r CARL BRKh'T. D.tn. Voorht'cs Btood on board the ship, Whenco nil but him had Hod, " I'll kavp ft rigid upper lip," This doughty hero snid. "Kurrendpr is t coward's word; I never learned it j-ct, Uy truth upheld, by honor spurred, I no'er will yiold you bet 1 " Comrades 1 don't fell yourselves too chenp! Tho grnnd ola vessel s nvo I Oh I think nnd look, before you leap To Greeley nnd tho grave I " Those rntton Cincinnati plunks Ho lifo preservers are, Stand firm, my boyp, nnd hold your ranks, Nor go too lost nnd fur I Comrades! come back nnd man the pumps 1 Keep out tho rising tide I" lint nil Mono with vigorous thumps, Tho useless brakes he plied. Yet onco again : " Come, comrades I cornel Don't leave mo hero alone I" Those comiades nil wore deaf nnd dumb, Thoy couldn't even groan. From B.iltimoro thcro came a blast; Tho fhip, oh where was she? Ask of the waves that saw her last, And no'er aga...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 21 August 1872

VOL. III.. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. AUGUST sil, 1872. NO. 2i! 0 Carter County. NO. LXXX. Among the many prosperous anil wealth v " " w "Counties of East Tcnnosscc.thcrc are none, all things being equal, superior to Carter county. It Is "ouc of the extreme upper counties or tiie state, only one east of it Johnson. It lies alongside of North Caro lina. Lllzabcthton is the capital, a small l)IaCO of nlmilt. niln Mlnnenml nnnnlotliMi - jrujjiiiuiiuii, It is plcasantlv located, and can boast of vAvvnuub iiuiic uuiiuiiigs. 1110 uourt House is ono of tlio best structures in East Tennessee, and is a creditto tho comi ty. Thn tntl la iiIha n crnnil luilllltiir 'l'l.i. are two hotels in the place, and both of muni nun iii'iii. The valley in which this quiet town is luuueu is, iui iiu)h, one 01 i no most ueauu ful and fertile in this end of the State. A lovely river runs through it. Tlio lands on elthersldo are enormously productive, and, of course, aro very valuable. Wo (Inllht. If Mlnv P...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 21 August 1872

"WEDNESDAY,. JJVAJRM. G?.A.RjDEIV.' Practical Mutter Jinking. A lady in the Wcttcrn4htral thus picas- antly describes her practice in Luttcr mak ing : I um six-quattpauaputtlug about tlirco quarts in each, and allow it to stand thirty or thirty-six hours before lifting the cream, which is put in a suitable vessel (usually a pan) In which it remains, in a placfc some whnt warmer than that in which the milk is kept, stirring occasionally in order to equalize the acidity and temperature. Cuurning day comes twice a week, and is looked forward to with pleasure rather than otherwise. My churn is very primi tive in its simplicity a stone jar, used without a cover of any kind. When churn ing time comes I set my cream near tho stove, stirring occasionally while getting breakfast. After breakfast I scald my jar and put in the cream before the jar gets cool, and in from four to seven minutes churning it is ready for the butter bowl ; and strange as It may seem, all the worlq of churning is per...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 21 August 1872

IMFORTA.VT TO TBX.VTSBEK. NIuill Wc llnvc HwIkh Emljrrnllon ? Wo nro permitted by our public-spirited follow-citizcn, Peter Staub, Kmj,, to pub IIbIi tho following highly important let tcr : Wabhington, I. C, Aup. 10, 1872. '. StBub,Ksq., Consular Agent of Switzer land, Knoxvlltc, Tcnnctcc : Dear Bin I Tho long silence observed in Tennessee relntlvo to tho proposal of Dr. -Toon, if continued much longcr,will surely "ouBlgn the whole projects of securing Immigration to Teuncsseo on a lar wilo than- heretofore to tho things wi for," but never'to be attained for Vf an earnest will.. It looks to mo iuch aa though Tennesseeaus were to bco somo otlie"r Stnte take tho the direction indicated, believing d then be time enough to fall in lino ) make a bld To bo do is pimply is to Tenncssec,whlch Stateshould ' 6 take tho lead in such a matter, 'gratlon frdm Switzerland li too oermit it being directed to more State by tho potent lntluenco of Jpalities. TheStatetliatlirstbold ward and shows that...

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. — 21 August 1872

-t -1 nobilIc WttUhj Chronicle, Mctwcsfoag, uqust 21, B7 bc MccWjt Chronicle. RULE & BICKS, Publiahors, Number 10 Market Place, East Side. Ti'.iniK or svnscniviios. Ono copy, ono year 02 00 One copy, six months 1 00 Ten copies, nne year 16 CO Twenty copies, ono year, SO 00 WEDNESDAY AUGUST 21, 1872. JfATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET. ?or Presidoat, XJ.LYSSES S. GRANT, OF ILMKOIS. For Vice President, HENRY WILSON, 6K MASSACHUSETTS, WEEKLY. SUMMARY OF SEIYS. 3IOBIU. "Sunstrokes aro of frequent occurcnco North. A negro at Greensboro', N, G., poisonod two.ity-six porsons last week, none of whom died, howoTcr The shoemakers of Lynn ro- tcnt tho right of oniploycrs to interfere -with their societies Delaware Democrats ignored Greeley last week at tho State Convention Tho prizo light between Maco and O'Baldwin which was to havo taken plaoo last Thursday in Virginia, was postponed on account of tho ar rest of the parties by tho authorities at Balti more Alabama -Republicans havo nominated a f...

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. — 21 August 1872

ffiitpsbtllc Mlcchlji &pawlt, Mdmcstmij, August 31, 18J?a. SVUDNKSDAY AUQUST 21, 187 Nl'ECIMEN COIM1.H Of tho Ciitosictji mailed free to any ad.ilrcss.on ap-. l ucntion. 1 3- . r - - - - - - - . BATKS or AIsVKKTININtJ IN WKKKIYT. Ten lines, or 1cm, solid, to constitute a square. Ii 2 B S w ! c t Square..,, 2 Souarct.. 1 60 9 3 M :icol 0 00 , 4 C0 0 00 $ 4 fo 8 CO II CO 14 no III 60 t 6 fiO 3 9 00 315 tO 10 BO Hi CO 27.00 HS0 SIM 37 60 lH'OOl SO 00 40 CM 2S 001 39 60 '65 60 3 Squares trxjuaros.. 5 Squares.. fl 00 11 ft) 7 Mi n oo IlMl. At hii rcsidoncoon Asylum street at lOo'clock yet-torday rnorninj: of consumption, T. 1 lie Nichols, in tho 47th year of hit ago. Funeral fecrvico at tlio Catholic church rtt 11 o'clock to day. Friends and acquaintances are invited to attend, Hejcro Accident. On Sunday a four year old son of William wood.who lives OH Ulack Oak ridge," miles west of town, had his thlcu broken by a door shutter fallmg on it. Dr. Kagsdnle was called in nnd f ct it and...

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. — 21 August 1872

WEDNESDAY AUGUST 21, 1872. liurbxllc Mtilxh mirlc, ggtbrrts XLfpxt SI, 1S72, 1 -i-ffg- I) ESERTIXG TUB SIM KING $1111. Drmocrnln Comlnir lo the True I.lhcrnl 1'nrty. Wo'clvo below ft few of the Democrats matching tojtlic winning side, whose lead? or, Horace Greeley wild, "never had been beaten and never would be:" General John Jiedel, formerly Democrat ic nominee for Governor of New Hnmp ohlre, openly repudiate Greeley. Judge Huntington, chief clerk of the Washington court of claims, who has al ways supported tho regular Democratic ticket, now declares that lie cannot vote for Greeley consistently with his self-re- 3p6Ct The editor of tho Alliance (0.)Tclcgraph, n prominent Democrat for twenty-live years, renounces Greeley, and says in a let ter : " As Lhave for these long yearn been wedded and bound to the Democratic party through principle, I feel that I have noth ing to bind mu to that organization any longer, and shall cast my vote for General Grant. More than three hundred Demo...

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. — 21 August 1872

' Mcfc6rlc"Sfiowcr."" Tho aliower of mct(.H)riobfrvW hi 'this city on Frldny night: was unusually bril liant. Dr. EiwiMtf Scbarto, who watched and counted' those falling through the northern half of tho sky, noted elghty-slx in tho hour from 1:37 to 12:47, A. m., to which adding twenty for small ones nee ossarllv overlooked bv ono observer, nlvea . . . . t ii it ..i... f . - . A .... I Sli 1U UlO SKY 1UI UI1U UUUl, 111. adopting Prof. Loomis' estimate, 1,01)0,000 per hour over the whole earth. Most of tho meteors wcro small, radiating from a point in the northeast, though occasional ly moving In a dlilerent direction. Tho display far surpassed any since IS'JO, and altogether is regarded as one of the most remarkable August showers on record. Wanh. Cor. Cin. Gazette, 10tV.. (liioil front Iiiillimli. ..!., ti, nnit Hrnu liiiriiltin- owhero aro the camp lires burning more brightly than 111 Indiana, r rom all Roptlons of tho State conies renorts of the enthusiasm of the people. Senator ...

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. — 21 August 1872

a. gnosbillc Mtchlxj tifywmtk, WBfomto$,.ii&tl,JB7&-... HOME CIRCLE. In luc cw "Old IlrnliiN." York Tribune of Friday, July 28, 18G5, wo find nn account of the commence ment exercises of Ynlo College, from which wo extract tho following : ORATION AND I'OHM ItEFOKTS l'ltt BETA KAPPA, The ocm by Dr. J. G. Holland wns n splendid success. Tho dullness of this frater nity is not often enlivened with anything to polished and entertaining, nnd nt tho enmotimo so shrewd and sensible Ho proceeds to spenk of onq of tho "West Point heroes thus s "Thanks to the school thatgnvo to us tho life, That has flamed highest in ournoblo strife The splendid soldier and tho modest man, "Who with tho hand to strike and tho head to plan. lloso in tho nation in its darkost hour, And won his way by prowess up to power ; AVhoso giant combinations and campaigns "Won from his boys tho sobriquet "Old brains." Ono thrill of joy wo all remember well, "When Donclson with all its thousands fell ; And when upo...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 28 August 1872

!t1-rH VOL. Illr KNOXYILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. AUGUST iSi-1872. 9 nrt:T NO. 22. ram XK'U 1 II 1 FACTS 'ABOUT EAST TENNESSEE. Campbell County. NO. I.XXXI. Jacksiioro', Aug. 12, 1872. ISMtfons CmtoNv;ci,K ; Jacksboro' Is a place destined to 'rlsan importance aW .soiuo not very distant point in mo luture. Tta location and surroundings Insure this. The beauty of the scenery Impress every visitor, nnd "tho'iiivlgoratlng breeze, AvlilcK almost constantly passes through it, is cx hllerntlng, to Jsny the least of it, in its in tluencc. It is situated in one of the richest valleys in J5ast .Tpjjncsseo, nntl tho hills nnd ridges, surrounding it.aro fertile nnd tho country generally is very productive. Among tho attractions of Jacksboro' are tin. .. MINIUtAI. Sl'JUNUH, . about one mild from town. They lire situ ated at tho bad of Cumberland Mountajn and consist of black and red sulpiiur and alum, in closo proximity to each other, h'cur other springs of different kinds of ' water have been open ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 28 August 1872

"WEDNESDAY AUQUST 22. 187122 FARM A.1NT GVRDEIV. The Influence or the Jloon on Vegetation. Wo take pleasure in laying before our readers the following from Cpl. Jolm II, Crozler : Messrs. Jiule A Jticks : Gentlemen : I have written the en closed address to the Knox County .Far mers' Club voluntarily without invitation, It includes some subjects, T think, of in terest for investigation. Tho inilucneo of Iho moon upon vegetation lias long been believed in ny n great many scnslble.prac tical farmers. It has not been believed in probably by as many more. I hayo great anxiety to learn tho observations and ox experiences of farmers on both sides of this question : ana J. would bo glad that the other UJUbs would writo out their obscrva Hons on this and the other subjects of th'e nuaress ami jorwaru in em to you" or to Judge Temple, the J'rcsldent of tho Airrl- "YVuira rnanpptfnlK. John H. Citozi i:is'. 1 AltDIlKSS. . Agrlculturo ii not only a science, biit ' it, in mo most, interesting anu...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 28 August 1872

' "THE CaSYaBS." itol. Gnrrctl KpcnkM ntCnrthrtfro mill lint n ,, Lively Time'. OAltTHAUK, TjJNNt, Atlg. 10, 1872 KiiiTons Chronicle: Thin lina bedii a great :old day for tho Secession dycil-lntho-wo'6lfclonscrvhtlvc-l)dniocnllc-LlbtlfnWte-pilflfcnn party In Smith county. (If1 I liayc uot given tho prqpcr nninc of tho thing-, you will pardon nle, m 1 live In tho inouiitntnSj and niriy not have heard tlio last naiUft glyon H.) Chancery Court be ing, pcsalon hore, qutlo n crowd assembled In tho court houso and Was highly edltlcd (at IcaSt I was) by thoUjnn. A. J3. Garrett, M.C, froniitlio Third DIAtrlot, whp mado n complete expose of tho recent Democrat ic muddle ntfoparta, that gave birth to !A. Caldwell aH a Democratic "xlandldftto for CoiVgreds in tho Second District. "For ways tltat aro dark land tricks that nro vftln." Garrett nays: they beat tho "Heathen Ohlnco.?' "Garrett rolled up His sleeve and "went for them" In his pocu llarlylnble.stylei lib proved to fair mind ed men that...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 28 August 1872

8.. MccMit (iMjmmelc. RULE & RICKS, Bablishers, Number 19 Marketplace, IJast Side. Ti:r..n.s or NUitHCisuTioiv. Ono odpy, ono year, ....... Ono opy, six months, Ten cii!cs, nno year, ......, Twenty copies, ono year, Im ... $2 00 ... 100 ... 16 CO ... 00 0C "WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 8, 1872. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET. Por President, '.ULYSSES S. GRANT, OF ILLINOIS. For Vice President, r HENRY WILSON. OF MA5SACIIUSKTTS. WEEKLY SDMMAI'.T OF NEWS. The Alaco-O' Baldwin prize fight wusi failure Urcclcy will toll thtf people what ho knows about farming throo times during the next few weeks Sporting men were interested in the Saratoga races last week A now steantshij? lino is projected between Hewx ork and Glasgow Tho platform of the Georgia Democrat? 'fs thought to bo tho work of A. It Stephens States' rights is Mill a prominent" plank The Chicago wheat "corner" -cost tho -mhnipulatdrs over $2,000,000 Tho .Connecticut tobacco crop was sovcrcly injurod last Friday by a tcr- ....... i . M 9 ri...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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