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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 28 August 1872

AUGL'ST 23.. 1872. Of the CiiRONici.s,m3llcJ froa tp pny nJJrcsj on ap ) ticatlon. RAITS OF AVKIITINIM IS WKKKI.Y. Ten linen. orlcJJ, solid, to constitute) n square. I 8 S H M 1 Bquoro 2 Squares,..., 3 Squares.... Lj l co;$ 3 m I' -i m ' r. nn S4.r0 8 M 11 to 14 ai 10 60 $ fi fiOlS 0 001315 00 10 SO1 10 f, 27.00 11 60 13 60 ' 37 60 IS 00 30 00" 45 00 2S 001 3U 60 65 60 3 IX) 4 CO C 00 B ft) 4 Squares ...... fi 00 7DU 11 ) o bqunrcs.M.i 11 00 Mixibllcim Slcetlnjr, Tho Itcpublicnns of Knox county will meet in convention nt Knoxvillo on tho first Monday in September for tho purpose of selecting dele gates to tho Ktato convention to be held on' tho lib, artd for tho transaction of sueh.blher busi ness ns may bo thought advisable. A full attendance is very des!rable Notice. 1 Wo he rob y. notify "nil persons not to buy n note of hand Riven by us to C. JT, Julian, num ber 11, for ono hundred nnd fifty dollars ($100.00),' dated October 17th, 1871, nnd will bo duo September 17th, 1872, as s...

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. — 28 August 1872

$nattik ffluMn tfjpniclt. 8btousbn& August ZB, IBM. WEDNESDAY AUGUST 'J8, 187... KEPUltMCA.VN IN t'OVXCII.. NomlnnlliiR Convention J. 4. irlcl. The "Bed ro' In tlm I'lnl IH- 1 or Jolumoii NoiiiIiiiiUmI fur ConcrcsN, Ycstoi,dfty,tlio21stlnst.,tliotciubliciin8oft)io First District assembled in convention nt Hog crsvillo Junction, for tlio puTrioso of nominating a. candidate for Congrct. Tho delegates mus tered strong, every county exept IJnion being fully reprcsontod. At twelve o'clock tho CONVENTION ASSKMI1LKD and was called to order by Uowton Hacker, Esq,, Chairman of tho District Kxccutlvo Com mittee, who briefly addroiscd tho meeting, rend ing tbo call upon which tho convention was hold, and finally called the convention to order.- ! Capt. Lafayette Jones, of Johnson county, nominated Hon. JohnWclch. of Sullivan, ns per manent chairman, who returned thanks for tho honor conferred. Thoy hod mot for tho pur posa qt'iqlecting a suitable candidate, to repre sent them in tho. 43d C...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 28 August 1872

What A. J. Thought About it. In viow of tho developments a Nash ville on WctlDeadny, thcj following Nash ville correspondence of tho Couricr-Jour-nal will not bo without Interest. The writer no doubt hml interviewed Andy, and spenks by th e card : . ' ' I I think .Tohnaon'3 programme is to lay low until just about the time tho conven tion meets, end then rise and bring tho game, that is if ho has .anything like nalr ,liow. A convention representing the will of tlio people will give him tho nomina tion, but it it is packed the case will be dif ferent, and ho will not allow ills flame to go beforo it. In such nn nvcilt you may prcparo to seo lively tlmos down here, for nil tho indications aro that he will take tho stump and make things happen. He will go down before tho bar of the people and cry "packed convention," and tho people will give him a rousing mnjority in return. From now until November, he could visit nearly every county in the State, and lie would draw crowds such as no o...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 28 August 1872

Jlnosbtflc Wtdxln (tf-Ijmrk, fflcbncstyir, gupst 28, B7 cikcil.ii:. THIJ OM VHITi: HAT. JO nv U01I JlNIXdS, WhiA-HiUOld Hut was now, jny bys, Tho Democrats sworo freely. And dnxnnd night, with Rrcat delight, Thoy damned olaVHornco Qroolcy. JlutttoVfrchnngo ha o'er thonrcome. ,Tho liko 1 never saw. They-Doyv nro wearing Grcolcy hots, And shouting Chappnoun. Charles Sli'inncr's now a )ntriot, A' ''Statesman tried and true," But Buly,.Urooks broke Bumner s head, When this Old Hat was now. Tho Democrats nil criod well done. Anrt'ald he'd cot his due, nd swiljro-they'd hang old Greeley next, "WJiehlhis Old Hut was now. "When this Old Hat was now, my boys, Dan, Voorlices was the man, "Whoso tall, proud form to victory led The Democratic clan. But now they havo ruled Daniel out; (They-tay bo will not do, Betauso lio stands right whero he stqod " "When this Old Hat was now. v But Daniel will not stand tho storm ; Ho soon will como to " taw," Hp yet will sing in sweetest strains , f' fSong o...

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. — 4 September 1872

VOL. III. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 4, 1S72. NO. 23. PACTS ABOUT EAST TENNESSEE. Plain Truths Tor (he People. NO. LXXXII. Editors Chronicle: Within tho last six weeks I have traveled throughout tho length and breadth of East Tennessee, nud havo had a fair opportunity of judging of its rcsources,'lts disadvantages and its pros pects. Besides I have been familiar with It for over a quarter of n century. In the last twenty-five years, strange as it may sound, thero have been no striking changes for the better. The country stands just where it did then. To be sure, in tho plans and operations of a few farmers, thero has been some change j and we havo n few men who havo adopted broader views con cerning our development. But, in so far as a radical change for tho better is con cerned, on a broad and comprehensive scale, there is none. Indeed I am prepar ed to endorse tho conclusion that tho soil of East Tennessee is not as fertile and pro ductivo as it was twenty years ago. T...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 4 September 1872

$k0tille SfiBcchlj) (Sfamxitk, Jximcstmjr, September A 1872. SEPTEMBER 4, 1872. FAK3I -AJVI GA.RJ1HTS. jionr.r, i'aiui. NclciKIIIcl'iiriniii Prnctlcnllyllluslrntcil. Notwithstanding tho spirit of tho ago and tho advancement of science in nil its departments, thoro aro still many farmers who havo not yet burst tho bonds of tho past, but aro content to trend tho paths their fathers trod and scrape tho surfaco with a onc-horso shovel plow in stead of penetrating tho sub-soil. But on tho othor hand, wo aro rojoicod to know that with tho dawning of a now era in agriculturo, many other aro up with tho times in spirit, if not yet in practice, nnd arc on tho road to success by taking advantage of nil attainable ends to so curing n higher order of culture. A MOREL FARM. "Wo wish that nil of tho old fosics could wit ness tho success that bus attended tho efforts of ChancoIIor O. P. Tomplo, on his farm, near this city, just boyond tho University ground, and adjoining Payne's Addition. Tho ontr...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 4 September 1872

$ttt0billc SSIwhiji (Srflnidc, SSKncsbag, Scpicntkr 5, B7 rulillc Men ns Girt Takers. ' Judge Johnston, of Cincinnati, delivered ft lengthy speech n fow days ngo at Columbia In which ho referred to tho chnrges of gift taking ns follows : But gifts to public men In actual politi cal llfo nro not always complimentary merely, but often Bubstnntlnlly aids In sus taining tho otherwise ruinous burdens of public life. In tho midst of his parlia mentary career Edmund Uurk received from tho Marquis of Rockingham a gift in money sulllclentto have purchaed a hand some estate in this country ; and the Duch ess of Marlborough gave old Pitt 10,000 equal to $30,000 of our money as sho ex pressed it, " For havtnft defended the latvs of his country, and endeavored to save it from uln." Henry Clay onco becamo involved by en dorsing for his friends to tho extent, if my memory serves me aright, of $.50,000. To relievo liim from this weight of care, a par ty of gentlemen redeemed his paper and hent It t...

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

Jttuofbillc MccMit (ftbronidc, gHcbitcsbag, September &, 1872. RULE & HICKS, Publishora, Kumbcr 10 Market Place, East Side. TKIUf S OK NUIISCnilTIOX. One copy, ono yoar $ 00 Ono copy, tlx months, 1 00 Ten copies, nno year, 16 50 Twenty copies, ono year SO 00 "WEDNESDAY . . . SEPTESIBEU 4, 1872. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET. For Pieiident, ' ULYSSES S. GRANT, OF ILLtXOIS. for Vies President, HENRY WILSON, OF MASSACHUSETTS. WEEKLY SUMMARY OF NEWS. home. Fears of yellow fevor in Now York arc dissipat ed Indian troubles in Utah have- boon greatly oxiigsenitod Tho cool minors of St. Clair county, .Mo., havo struck for higher wages South Carolina Republicans havo two tickets in the field Woodhull nnd Claflin, tho women rightcrs, havo gono into bankruptcy Tho "straight-out" Democratic movement Is gain ing strength Tho cotton crop of Alabama is seriously injured by tho worm Tho New York Herald, insists that Stanley's letters aro genuine President Grant and Horace Greo- loy havo been i...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 4 September 1872

JUTo(rilIc Ulltccitln (jjromclc, SSIctmcstoyj, ptcmbcr ft, 1872. r WEDNESDAY. SKl'TKMBElt 4, 1872. Nl'KCIJf K' COriK.1 Of the Ciironiclr mailed frco to any address on 1p I He'ation. JlATKS or ADVJEKTI.SIMl IN WKHIiY Ten lines, or less, solid, to constitute a square. 9 3 o o- o S srCK. f 3 3 i S r- CO r-, CO Ct t Bauaro $ 1 CO 3 M $ 4 SO $ 60 $ 9 00 SIS 00 2 Squares 3 00 6 00 8 60 10 50 18 M 27.00 3Squarcs. 4 60 9 00 11 60 It 60 21 60 37 60 4 Squares i 0 00 11 50 14 00 M 00 30 00 45 00 6 Squires 7 60 14 00 10 60 23 00 S960 5550 Hpenklnir nt Sevlervllle. lion, Horoco Maynnrd, Col. J. M. Thorn burgh find A. J. Kicks, Esq., havo boon invited to speak nt Sovicrvlllo on Wednesday, tho 11th of September, on tho occasion of tho Senatorial Convention for lilount, Cocko, Jefferson, and .Sovior counties, A largo crowd is expected. A Jury Wiintcil. To find vrhoro (?) A. Caldwell stands in tho raco for Congress nt large. Garrett, being n bolter, has tho courago and manliness to como out for John...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 4 September 1872

Rcnl Eslnlc.5 . IVU . . .Al SPIUIT OV TllK STATE PRESS. "WEDNESDAY,. . . . SEl'TEMBKli 4. 1872, AN OKGAN' AS IS AX OKUAX. Tlinntlrrlni; llicfr Itallrrlcs nt Andy. Tbo Memphis Apical Is tia organ. In this " exigency " it Is not on the fence. It speaks out ami we mny say speaks ns nn organ should. In its Issue of the 2-1 th It thunders at Andy In this style: What n stormy career Is this of Andrew Johnson 1 If he could win In the tcrrlblo struggle upon which he is just entering, a resun, wuony impossible, no nasoiuy be tiun a new llfo of ceaseless Intellectual com- bats, and ho bcefunes immortal as the po litical prize-lighter of the age. He abhors Ben. Butler, and the wily Massachusetts congressman win nave lor tno nrst time nn antagonist as solid as the everlasting rock-ribbed mountains whose rugged maj esty first lent inspiration to Johnson's ge nius. But of what avail is all tills? What good can come, of it? Would Tennessee or the South gain aught by sending up to Washington a keg ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 4 September 1872

Ikuidnllr SSlcrkijt (0wclc TOclwcsi)nr, cSrptcmkr ft, 1872. Tlio'Tobncco Tux. Washington; "August 23. Tho Attor ney General lins decided that nil tobacco fltored in bonded warehouses nnd with drawn for salo or consumption before the 1st of July, 1872, is subject to the taxex prescribed by tho act of July, 1S0S. and that all tobacco in bonded warehouses on tho said 1st of July, withdrawn after that dat'ofortho same purposes, is subject to tlio tax prescribed uy 1110 act ot June, is. Tho uctinir assistant Secretary of tho Treasury, ltlchardson, recently sub mitted for tho opinion of the Attorney General tho following question : At what rate, in view of tho amendments of Juno fl, 1872, should Internal Revenue taxes be required upon tobacco which was stored In an export bonded warehouse, on or slncu Juno (i, 1872, when it was withdrawn for consumption or salo in this country? After reviewing tho law upon tho subr Jcct, tho Attorney General says in conclu sion : Assuming that tho word no...

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. — 4 September 1872

$u0foillc Sffitcchlg (fffyrmtblc, Mcbucsbajj, Styttmbtx h-B7dt home circle: oi.o zi:ki: COK.VI1KOOM GRANT.' oor.s ron 1 dOjnot know much about farming According to chemikil fcicnce, And so my potatoes and corn Must tako chances 'without such appliance, I plow deep and plant In rotation, And raises a heap inoro than I want ; I nm not ill content with tho country, And sot 111 disposed toward Grant. 1 do not know much about convention, And no'cr mado a speech in my iifu ; 1 never went much on n caucus, 2Tor mixed in political stritc. But cf I vns only a spoutcr, Or tf I was much on a chant, I'd holler a stavo for tho Union, And speak a good word for old Grant. 1 do not know much of finance, I hate to bo dunned as a debtor, And wbon I owo money, I think The sooner it's paid, tho better. And senco Grant's been boss of the nation It's bills havo been rec'larly met; He's lightening the load of taxation And paying tho national debt. I do not know much about fightin' My notions don't that wu...

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. — 11 September 1872

mmn. VOL. III. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 1 i , 1872. NO. 24. REPUBLICAN' STATE CONVENTION. Itrnort of l'rcccllii);H nml XoiiitiintlotiK. In connection with our Nnshvlllo letter which will bo found clsowhcro wo digest from our exchanges the following account of tho proceedings of our State Convention : At 12 m. tho Convention was called to order by Hon. Thomas A Kercheval, Chair man of tho State Executive Cojnmlttee. Hon. Thomas II Caldwell was made tcm--porary chairman. Mr. l'atton offered an impressive prayer. On motion of Mr Caldwell, of Carthage, a committee on Permanent Organization, of one from each Congressional District, was appointed. Tho committee reported the name of Hon H H Harrison as perma nent chairman. Mr Harrison assumed the chair, 'n a very eloquent and impressive speech, which was received with great ap plause. Mr Win Rule, of Knox, Capt W A Gar rett, of Davidson, and Dr Hawkins, of Car roll, were chosen Secretaries. A committee on credentials was appo...

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. — 11 September 1872

Ihwsbillc OTcthlj) (SJmmuk, OTtbncsbmr, .September 11 1872. "WEDNESDAY . . . SEPTEMBER 11, 1872. ita-xox vvivi) ga:kden. littniit (iroic 1'iiriiiciV JleediiR. Tlicrowas n fanners' meeting at Chest nut Grove on tho 20th of August. Rev. 0. W. Chnrlton, of Knoxvlllc, was present, and delivered the first address, His ic marks were of a general character, lie stated that ho hud not como hero for tho purpose of telling us how to farm, but for tho purpose of mingling with us. "Sinco the tarmers' convention at Knox ville, I have received many orders for con stitutions and by-laws for Farmers' Clubs, suid many of them, liko tho Mossy Creek club, have sprung up like a mushroom, and in a few days tiled away. There never was an organization butvliat had its draw hack, anuwhile I regret tho death of the Mossy Creek club, I do congratulate you in your perseverance and persistence iu this great work. "The great trouble seems to bo that wc arc all trying to cultivate too much land and do not get an...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 11 September 1872

o HORACE J1AY.VAKD AT CHATTANOOGA. Education nod Imtulcrntlon unit llcltcr llondn. Wc cppy from the Herald the following very timely nml progressive BetitimentB advanced by Hon, lloraeo Maynard at Rhattanoogu ou Monday night. Tho peo ple of the State aio aroused to the Impor tance of discussing such Issues, and we are glad Mr. Maynard is presenting them to .tho public so forcibly and effectively. The Jlcrald says : Mr. Maynard dwelt at considerable length on tho resources of our State, espe cially about Chattanooga. "Take," said he, "your coal, your iron and your great nrey iurnaccs irom you aim your city would co down." Ho wished to speak of immigration, not aS. meaning only lncrenso of population from abroad, but that it also meant in- 5rcaso cf labor, of w'calth, of skill and of Knowledge. He said he did not wonder that Bismarck was alarmed at the great number of his countrymen who wero leaving for this country, and ho considered it (he greatest mark of this kTcatstatcsman's wisd...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 11 September 1872

$UrobHIe WtM) 0mdc, fctllfcbucsbmy September 1-1672. 4 RULE & HICKS, Publiahora, Sfwnber 19 Market Place, ast Side. TEK3IS Ol' MUBSOKirXJOX. Ons copy, ooa year - $2 00 One copy, six monthi 1 CO Tan copied, ono year 16 CO Twenty copiei, ono year 30 00 WEDNESDAY . SEPTEMBER 11, 1872. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET. For President, ULYSSES S. GBANT, OF ILLINOIS. For Vies President. II E .N B Y WILSON, OP MASSACHUSETTS. REPUBLICAN STATK TICKET. For Governor, j. A. FREEMAN", HoN, For Congress at large, H is. HORACE MAYNARD. Elector sit Large, Hon. ALVIN HAWKINS, Hon. JOHN TRIMBLE, Ho.v. L. C. HOUK. WEEKLY SUMMARY OF 'ES. HOME. Charles O' Conor declined to run as the can didate for the Presidency on the Louisville Straight Doinocratio ticket A destructive firo took placo at Erie, Pa., on the 6th Tho gen uineness of tho Arizona diamond mines ie doubted...A .Now York policeman has been sentenced to the penitentiary for twenty years for grand larceny .--.General Thayer, the old est graduate o...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 11 September 1872

&iwbHlc mtt) WhWt PlcbitijSbJtjT, 11, tel .5 WKDNKSDAY . . . SEI'TKMBEK 11, 187 - j3 - -'-t-z i'i$ :i is -spkcimkn forms Of the Chrumiclr matted free to nnjr adJrcsson np lletlc.n. ' . ' ' KAT1.H or ADVK11TIHINU IX WKKKI.T. Ten line;, or loss, solid, to constitute a square. I? 1 S I J3 l ii I . I - a e r w 1 Square J 2 Squares 3 Squared 4 Squares 5 Squares 1 $ 1 POi $3M 8 4 M 8 60 11 M) It 00 1(1 CO t fl so 10 fiO' 11 w IS 00 25 00 $ ! 00 in w 21 50 aooo 3U60 $15 00 27. (X) W 60 45 00 66 60 u ro 9 00 fi no 760 11 M II 00 Rrnubllcnn Meeting nr. Conl Crrek. lion L. O. llouk, C. D. McGuflby and others will address tho Kcpublicans at Conl Creek on Saturday next. Lot our friends in thnt vicinity turn out and hear what they havo to say. Court House nt Loiiilnu. On Monday Inst tho new court houso at Lou don was turned over by tho contractors to tho county authorities. Wo havo previously given n do9cription, which cost Slfi.OOO and was built from plans furnished by Mr. A. C. llruce, ar ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 11 September 1872

$tnDMHc SSfcthlg (Mjromrlc, Witfoxctimy, Styttmhtx H, Wtf." ti . KM " . .A f . "WEDNESDAY. . : SEPTEMBER 11. 1872, THE LOUISVILLE CONVENTION. Great Letter from Oliarlcs O'Conor. He Repudiates Greeley and the Ball! more Convention. Charles O'Conor and John Adams Nominated. Quincy u'conor nr.ci.iM.s tiii: i.oui.svir.i.i: 3I I NATION. Convention Ail.mrns it Ilium t Xoitiluntliiir. Locisvillk, Ky., Sept. 3. Tho Kntional .Democratic convention met to-anyin tno uom won Picas court room of the court house, .Pre vious to and durinc tho assembling of the dele gates, tho Second Kejrimcnt National band of rniladclphia, played various airs. At about ono o'clock Col. Duncan called tho convention to order, Iter, Dr. Piatt addressed tho Throno of Graco in a prayer for concord nnd pcaco and freedom from sectional jealousies throughout tho land. Col, Duncan then spoko as follows : Ge.vixeme.v or the Convention : "It is my lutytocall this nsscmblago to order. Its ob jects nro well known and rejjuiro ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 11 September 1872

mxbxt Wtthhi xrmdc Witim&m, Sxfltottkc 11, 1872. rcnnSTlvanlnus Leaving (Ircclcj. Tho PHUburg (l'cnn.) Mail, of ynturday, Btiva: "Tho withdrawn! of lion. John a. McCalmont from tho Greeley party, nntl his declaration for Grnnt nntl tho wholo licpublicnti ticket, has created quite an ex citement in tho liberal camn in Venanco. It is reported that Gen. Alt. 11. McCnl niont. brother of the Jutltfc. is not so pro- Dronounccd In his Democracy as to bo pre pared to swallow Judgo Black's view, that tho Issuo of this campaign, if Greeley is elected, is to bo tho beginning of tho gradual extinction of tho constitutional amendments. Gen. McCnlmont don'bfeel that another wnr to reinstate slavery is ad visable." . Woolen Tnir'sthiks. Thirty years ago tho woolen Industries wero nearly all located east of tho Alleghanlcs, but at the present tlmo they arc scattered through out tho entire country. Tho total number of mills is 2,792, and tho Sets of cards 8,110. Pennsylvania takes tho lead in th...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 11 September 1872

$noMIk SSIcchlg (typankk, SSlcbmsbug, Stjjfcmkr 11, 8? 8 hosie" cikcle; A IANOi:iHUJH MAS. iiy corporal nuiir. Air, Sumner fays Ornnt is a bold, bad, dnn gcrous mnn.Xcwspapcr. "A bold, bnd man is Gcnornl Grant," "Said I'loyd ono gloomy night, As out from Donelson ho crept And tooK his hasty flight. From Pillow' trembling lips thoro came An echo sounding much tho same, And Bucknor thought his chief was right, Nor longor ditrjt maintain tho flight ; And thon canio down tho robol "bars," And from tho fort hung stripes and stars, "That Grant's a dangerous man," said they, And doubtless think tho same to-day. "A bold, bad man is Genera! Grant," Said Beauregard ono morn, As from tho naughty traitor's br6w Tho victor1 wreath was torn j And from the field his legions went By orders General Grant had sent. Then tihilok's Cold was ours again, Dcspito tho host of rebel men. Who camo an army boasting loud, But wont a panic-stricken crowd j For Beauregard and all his men Perhaps thought Grunt wa...

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