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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 18 September 1872

KNOXVILLE, TENN., AVEDNESBAY. SEPTEMBER 18. 1872. VOL. III. NO. 2.5-. KEEP IT 11EF0UK TIIK TEOl'Li:. Keep it before the icoplc, That, under n Democratic Btato Government, railroads In Tennessee, that cost the State $1G,B51, 00f), havo been disposed of, wmio at private sale without notice, for ?0,i200,G00, making ,n net loss to tho tax payers of 10,0.53,500. Keep it before the people, That a law providing for the pale of these roads, passed by a Democratic Legislature, pro vided that Stato bonds of all issues should botakch In payment therefor. Keep it beore the people, That, for the accommodation of parties who desired to buy these roads at tholowcst minimum val ue, such valuo in many instances being as certained by the evidenco of interested per rons, tho State (ax was reduced to 20 conts on each ono hundred dollars of taxable property, for tho purpose of depreciating tho valuo of Slate bonds, and allowing tho '"railroad rings" to purchase them at low figures and grow richer at tho...

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. — 18 September 1872

ghwbillc (&tcchli flDjjromtlc, Mrimcstmn, September IS, 1372. WEDNESDAY . . . SEPTEMBEK 18, 1872. JTA-KSX -tVlVX GARDEN. Eastern Dhision Futr. Knoxville, Ho)t. 187U. Editors CimoNicLi:: lu reviewing brielly tho list of premlumo oilereil for competition at tho coming fair of tho East Tennessee) Agricultural Society, and com paring the same with thoso .heretofore of fered, wo should not do justice- to our feel ings dlil wo not express our thanks, and show .those whom we know have labored so assiduously In bringing about this happy result that their toll is appreciated by j - . jAf. .on ih per formed, '"lie wholo "thing," an exhibit ed in thu pamphlet whkh you have so nerttly gotten u,i, Is worthy of all praise. Permit me hereto Invito especial attention to the special premiums ottered by It. S. Payuo & Co. If (as we hope) the object of all these premiums is tho advancement of agcleulture in East Tennessee, these two certainly point in the right direction. I would liko to have ...

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. — 18 September 1872

gtnosbiiU Mttlxh) mudc Mcbncsbair, tcmbcr 18, 1872, Speech of Hon. Henry R. Gibson. Delivered nt tlio Honrt House In KiioxtIIIp, Tacsdny Evcnlnj- Sept. 10th. KenulillcuiiiNm vs. Ocmocrncy. STATE FINANCES DISCUSSED A Terrible Exposure of Frauds. tiii: ti:xxi:khi:i: tajimaxy. Fclloio-CUUcnn : Tlie moment politic Is mentioned now every ono immediately thinks of Clrnnt and Greeley. Wo almost forget that wo nro TonncssecanH, nnd that State questions ought to engage our attention somewhat. Having, while In the Stato Senate, learned many faeU which my friends thought the peoplo ought to know, at their suggestion lam ncroio-nigiii. TKNXESSKK W1IKN THU VAKI'Xl)ll. Let ub, for a moment, turn our face to tho past. "What was the condition of Ten nessee when the war ended? No Governor, no District Attorneys, no law. Tho fa bric of government had been thrown down nnd lay ruined and scattered in the dust, whilo grim anarchy stalked supremo tliroucli tlie land, we nnu no money in our county treasur...

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. — 18 September 1872

gimBfrHk gaMlft .. (KIiMcbncsa Member 1$, ls?2. 3 Witthh (&nmkh "HUIiE & KICKS,. Publishers, Xttmbc) 19 Market Place,'Itast Side. ti:k.hs or Niitscitirriox. -Ono coty, ono jcar, $2 00 Ono ccrysirconthj ..... 1 00 Ten copIcs.Tinoycar....... 16 50 Twenty coiles, ono year, 30 00 TO OUB PBIEN33, THE "TOBBETT" ISSUE. "WEDNESDAY . . . SEPTEMBER 18, 1872. NATIONAL ItEI'UBUCAX TICKET. For President, UL-YSSES S. GStANT, OF ILLINOIS. For Vice President, 'H'E.N11Y WTLSOX, OV MASSACHUSETTS. We oiler elsewhere some magnlllceut premiums for the largest nndeecond largest club of subscribers to the Wekkia" UintoMCiiL. This Is a good chance for our friends to aid us in circulating the CmtoNiCLK, and at the sawo time, to pay themselves lib crlly for their work, Every family -ought to have a good sewing mo chine and every farmer wants a superior plow. -Our agents can earn three dollars n day in canvassing for subscribers for these very liberal premiums. The C'iikonicle ought to bo in every hou...

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. — 18 September 1872

Sntefrillc Mcchlit mu6te Mchxcmfi, Scpttiutar 18, 13. 5 WEDNESDAY i . . SEl'TKMBEK 18, 1872. Igffi Vs" Tli . , -7-7 ISl'EOIMKN t:OPIi: Of the CnnoMCLK mailed frco to any address on np I lleation. KATK.S OF AVj:ilTINIM IN' WKKltliY, Ten line J. or less, solid, to constitute n square. a a "o o- o. s PACX.. H H S3 f H I h ts , w to rr 1 Square $ 1 SO $ 3 60 $ 4 60 t (5 60 $ 0 00f$15 00 2 Squares i 3 IX) G 00 8 60 10 501 10 60 27 00 3Squnros I 4 50 9 00 11 60 U 50 23 60 37 60 4 Squares n DO 1160 It 00 IS 00 30 00 45 00 5Squares 1 7 50 11 00 10 60 25 00 39 60 65 60 Jcrnc.y Heifer. Messrs Hough tintl Church hud on exhibition at thoir s toro on Gny street yesterday tho Jersey hcifor, Mab, raised uy tho Into Gen. 11. S. Kwcll, nt Sprinp Hill farm nenr Nnshville. "Miib was sired by i'ionccr.nnd is of strnwberry roano with Muck points. Any one. wishing to see her enn do so by calling nt tho store. l.ooil ;Scws, Mr. l'lirmotier and another agent havo sold sovcral tickets to tho Fair to a numbe...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 18 September 1872

$0MUc Saicjchl) CferonirkMcbmsbuiT, September lBt 1872. gntixvita tomtit WEDNESDAY SKITEMUKU 18, 1872. Tennessee I'olitlcs. The ClmtlniHxigii 2'imrn (motes And Johnson's remarks on the-hanging of Mrs Sumitt, mid then goes for the devoted head of the ex-President ns follows : Here is infallibility, pure ;uid simple, To doubt is to be damned. The man who says that Mrs. burrntt ought to have been pardoned for keeping u boarding house, ought himself to bo hanged for treason. This is plain enough. No man can bo in doubt lonucr. Votu for the infallible Iirltr, Gen. Johnson or go down into history as a traitor to your country, anil bo tliniiKlul that he no longer has the power to hang you as no tiiti .Mrs. surrntt. wnat n pity it is that omnipotence and immortality are not joined to infallibility in the person of Briir. Gen. Andrew Johnson ! Then we should have a perfect government and the Constitution would bo preserved in all its pristine vigor to all eternity, in mreula tivrttlorttni. A...

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. — 18 September 1872

naxbxk 81cchljj 0mc1c, mtcbncan, September 18, 1872. 7 Hen I fchtute. Munson & Bailey's Column SPECIAL LIST. CITY & SUBURBAN PROPERTY. Wo offer for ralo tho most attractive list nf City nnd Snbuf ban l'ronertv ever beforo nPcrrd in KnnTvllln. nnd we Invite tbo attention of investors to the follow- log: Two Hundred Lots, Forsalotn Cowan's Addition. THIRTY LOTS In Pritchard's Addition. A FEW CHOICE LOTri 1'or fdlo in Dcadcrick's Addition. Cowan's nnd PritchardV Additions llo west of the Clinton Turnplko and on both sides of tbo East Ten- licssco. Vlttrinia'anil Georgia Ilnllrnntt. Thn tnivittnn iii very convenient to tno Railroad Shops nn I ltolling Hill, ana iiropcrty in the vicinity is rapidly increasing 1U vuiuc. Also, about Fifty Acres in One Tract, JCnnr tho cllv. for tiia in .1 Itntlv nr Jn In In tn Kuit purchasers. Fine locut on for market gardens or iruit raising. Also tract of about SO acres, convenient to tho city, Eleven Lota in Bast Knoxvillo, near to and on Mibry ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 18 September 1872

SimraMllc Witcl tttymmk, Mcbivcstmn, Stftimbtx 18, 1871 viously published nnd settle tho identity of tho ourncu uoay ueinj; tiim ot Bamuol ifoivies Do yond tho slindow of n doubt. .Terry Turner, tho colored man at whose liouso Howies died, was before tho coroner's jury nnd testified that tho cloth and buttons attached wero a part of tho coat that Bowles had oh when ho was buried, which is conclusive and if thero woro any who had provlously clung to thobeliof of Jloy'ds mur der, their fuitli must bo strong,indecd,ff they aro not unchanged. Kengan nnd Ilcnsley woroalso beforo the jury of inquest and repeated their. " OFT-TOLD TALK," Which, howover, was conciderefl altogether " too thin " to bo accepted as strictly veracious, especially in view of tho dovclopmonts of tho past few days. It now appears to bo a question from tho information wo liavo been able obtain whether Reagan nnd Hensloy wero Boyd's dupe3, or whether thoy voicpartleeps erimmis, bomo mclino to the former nnd othors to...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 25 September 1872

. - .s4 U A ii ft .no VOL. III. KNOXVILLE, TENN., AVEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 25, 1872. NO. 26. CAN INDIAN6 BE CIVILIZED AND CHBIS TIANIZED 1 Tills question, which litis often been asked by philanthropist, Is about being .solved by the benign policy of the present National Administration toward the 'red man." Some time since wo publish ed extracts of a report from Mr. Welsh, of Philadelphia, a distinguished layman of the Protestant Eplscapal church, giving the happy result of his observations in the Indian Agencies. The following from Judge Jones, who has recently the visted Chippowa Indians, will bo read with gratification by all who take an interest In the moral and social condition of the Indian tribes, and in tho success of tho wise and just policy of Gen. Grant. The lettter is addressed to Secre tary Delano and says : Minneapolis, August 2S, 1872. Mr Dear Sm: "Vq havo Just returned from "White Earth, where, with Bishop Haven, of tho Methodist Church, President Farchild, of Obcrlin, r...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 25 September 1872

iiT0Mllc Witchln (Kjjromck, Mcbmsuitj), September 25, 1372. JPA.JXJSZ A.TST GrA-RiDiaiY. CULTIVAVIOJT OF WHEAT. Timely Hints upon tlic Subject Vnluo f Drills. Tho month of September will be a busy ono to tho wheat-growers, as tho most of them by tho end of the month, and up to tho middle of October, get their Feeding done. Tho working plowing, and the preparation of the ground for tho seed bed should now bo attended to without delay, If not already done, and tho earlier tho better, for wo believe most observant farmers admit that tho longer in reason tho ground is broken up before seeding tho better it is for tho crop. Tho atmos phere has a beneficial effect upon tho land. Tho best quality of land for wheat is n vcjy clayey loam, but there are other soils, audi as gravels, sands and tho like, upon which wheat is constantly grown with success; but under all circumstances tho seed bed should bo dry, and whero not naturally so, draining and ditching should bo resorted to. On all tho in...

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. — 25 September 1872

gittbillc WittMv Commie Wdmt&m Somber 25, 16:72. political record is public property It must ' . i j lt IL 1 .. 11... A ItnlK fin. statin or lau oy it. ia uiu siwtu ij v- nmiKnrxi A I ovnrv nnv. ir. in well ciiuuuu to know what It meant a month ngo. Wan it eiiirprn then? Ih It alnccro to-day? Have any now facts reintivo to Mr. John son's public career been developed in a fortnight? Or is his crime merely that of having become an Independent candidate, Instead or ihecanuiunto 01 a pacKcu con vonflnii ? An t.lm ensn now stands. tllO Alt' nmVa nvdlotifio Is Imncaohfd. It Having r . Ti...' i i; tcstineu to not oniy iur- juuhbuh-b uuv but to his innocence. ntn ANMY .10IIXSON KNCOUISACIK SECES SION V The Memphis Appeal in a leading edi torial raises a question in the triangular Congressional contest thnt is of interest to East Tennesseeans. Heretofore, the ob jection urged against ex-President John son was his alleged desertion or his "boutn- eru friends." This charges also, that ho e...

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. — 25 September 1872

$hurbxllc SKtfcchljj (mutlc, ffilUtmcstmir, gcptcivfer 4 t $U,l'ccMT ()V0nitlc. RULE & RICKS, Publishers, Number 10 Market Place, East Side. TKiuis or HimHvniFTiori'.' Ont copy i one rear t2 00 Ono copy, six months, .... 1 00 Ten copies, ono year ....... IS 50 Iwonty coplcj, one roar 30 00 WEDNESDAY . . . SEPTEMBER 23, 1872. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET. Tor President, ULYSSES S. GRANT, OF ILLIK0I9. Tor Vice President, HENRY WILSON, ' OF MASSACHUSETTS. KEPUIILICAX STATE TICKET. Tor Governor, Hon. A. A. FREEMAN, For Congress, at large, JHoX. HORACE MAYNARD. Electors at Large, Hon. ALVIN HAWKINS, Hon. JOHN TRIMBLE, Hon. L. C. HOUK. Our. friends will take notice of the ft.qt that a slight change has been ma do ittfthe appointments for public discussio ns made by the candidates for Congress at Jarge. They will be here on Saturday ujext. On Holiday following at Loudon. Let the people of Tennessee answer, "whether they are more interested m the Changing of Mrs. Burratt and t'he impeach ...

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. — 25 September 1872

Jhtoi'btlle ltchiii GLtati.clc fcalcmKStytj), jgttmbcr 23, 1872. WEDNESDAY ... . SEPTEMBER 20, 1872. , NVKCIMGST COPIES Of tho CnBokicLKmatlcd free to any address on an I llcatlon. KATKS or ADVK11TIHINU IS WEKKIjY. Ton lines, or 1cm, solid, to constitute a square. . . .3 a H ?3 3 n x w $ 3 50 $ 4 50 $0 50 0 00 8 50 10 60 9 00 11 &0 11 50 11 50 14 O) H 00 1100 10 60 2 00 .a SPAM. 1 Square 2 Squares 3 Squares :$ i so f 9 00 115 00 16 50 27.00 2.1 60 37 60 SO 00 45 00 39 60 55 60 ' 3 DO I 4 50 4 rquares.... 6 eo 6 Squares ! 7 50 I , J. Tcary, Dcnlcr in Groccrio3 nnd General Produce, Eroad street, near K. & O. road, Knoxvlllc, Tcnn. i.21d.vvlm. l'or llic I.rxHlnluro. K To tho voters of Bradley nnd l'olk counties: As 1 havo been solicited time nnd again to be come a candidato toropresont tho peoplo in tho two counties, I will beconio a candidate in time. l W. Norwood. ixl5div2t riuc rruit. "Wo nre Indebted to John Chumlea, Esq., for a collection of tho finest variety Of apples nn...

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. — 25 September 1872

$mbilk Wtth) tymxkkf Mrimtsbag, September SS, 1672, "WEDNESDAY . . . SEPTEMBER 2o, 1872. mmni.Aits ox tiir kamimui:. DnrliiK Itnblirry of ti .Store nt i:iicnc.cr On Monday nif-ht tho quiet neighborhood of Ebonczcr, ton miles West of Ivnoxvllle. on tho East Tonnojsoc, Virginia nnd GeorgialUilro.nl wn nrouscd by tho perpetration of u most dor ing robbery, tthich for coolness nnd deliberation has rarely boon equaled, evincing a fang on tho part of tho thieves themselves, which proclaimed them EXPERTS IX THEIR 1T.0FESSI0X. K. A. and V. . Sterling composes tho firm of Sterling & Hro., at whoso storo tho robbery was committtcd. Tho storo was closed and tho proprietors had gono homo to supper, when two men came to tho houso nnd called for "tho storo keeper," whereupon Mr. It. A. Storling camcout and accompanied them to tho store. They first called for chewing tobacco, which was furnished ana paia lor, ween tuey next wished to look nt some boots, which they examined and also shoes. Thoy...

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. — 25 September 1872

axbxlt WMu tyxamtU, Wthvfox), Sqtfanbcr 25, im SPECIAL LIST. CITY & SUBURBAN PROPERTY. Political Discussion. Rcnl Ehlalc. Newpout. Tknn., Sept. 10. talucdouycsterdnybylistenfnRtoftUebato Mnnenn ftRaileV S UO 1111111 between our candidates, Hon. II. It. Hut- ""Ha"11 UC4"DJ 3 VUiuiiiu ler anu wm. is. tarter, upon uie political issues now pending, as tneir coining nau been previously announced, there was a largo gathering of both Republicans and Conservatives anxiously waltlnc to greet the speakers and listen to the discussion. Hou. 11. It. Butler commenced, speaking ono hour and a half, in which ho defended the acts of tlio administration and Congress, in a manner worthy of so true and loyal a cause by ono both tried and trusted. Ho was followed by Itcv. Win. U. Car ter, who for the time laid asido his minis terial garb and commenced with saying that ho had been told since ho camo into this vicinity that somebody had slandered him ami tlio man that did it was an infa mous liar, cr...

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. — 25 September 1872

gbrebitk Wtty granule, JStcbnesbjStpttmixr SSr, HOME CIRCLE. (JUAIIATIM. tlenvcn is not reached at n slnglo bound ; Hut wo build tlio ladder by which wo rise Prom the lowly earth to the vaulted skies, And we mount to its summit round by round I count this thing to bo grandly true : Tlint a noblo deed is a step toward God,--Lifting tho soul from the Common sod, To a purer air nnd a broader view. TW riKO lit" fhn tllihf-a flint urn T,r1n fnni . llut what wo havo ma'tcrcd of good and' gain uy mo prmo uepoicu nnu mo passion f mm, And the vanquished ills that wo hourly meet. Vfn hope, wo aspire, wo resolve, wo trust. "When tho morninir calls us to life nnd lMit. But our hearts crow weary, and, ere tho night, Kui uiu uuiiiij inu &uruiu UUM. Wo hone, wo resolve, wc asniro. wo nrav. And wo think that wo mount tho niron wings Licyonu mo rccau 01 sensual tmngs, Whilo our feet still cling to tho heavy clay. "Wings for tho angel, but feet for tho men 1 "Wo may borrow tho wings to find tho w...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 2 October 1872

VOL. III. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 2. IS72. NO. 27. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. o FROM CHATTANOOGA. Olio of f ho Ebcnczcr Robbers Caught. Kpccinl loilic Chronicle. CHATTANOOGA, Sept. 24. John Mnngum, arrested at Dalton, Geor gin, a few days since, and now In jail at this place on a charge of burglary com inltteil near this city, was this morning' Identified by 15. A. Sterling as one of the Ebeuezer robbers. Stockton, Term., September. . - . BUTLER ASD CARTER. A Republican Victory Spcclnl to the Chronicle. UniSTOii, Sept. 23. According to previous notice, lion. It. It. Eutler and Rev. W. B. Carter, can didates for Congress, addressed the people here to day. Carter opened the discussion in a speech of qno hour and a quarter. Butler more than met him on every point nnd gained In the discussion a complete victory fortho Republican cause. The best of order prevailed. HOME NEWS. ACU1TTAI, Or JIILS. X.AVK.VI). i'AHt. Tlif Indian Prisoners Sntimtii ntiil JHjr Tree. San Piiancisco, Sept...

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

no.dnllc Ml'cclxln (Mjrnniclc, Mcbncsban, rtobcr 1872. ltPA.TtlL AND GA-TIIDEIY. l'alront of lliitlmii(lry. BY W. A. SIMPSON. The ultimata object of this Order is to promote mutual instruction and protec tion, to lighten labor by dlll'ushig a proper knowledge of its alms nml purposes, ex pand the mind by tracing the beautiful lnwa the great Husbandman has establish ed in the Universe, and to enlarge our views of creative wisdom anil power. It is evident to the most superficial ob server, that successful efforts for the pro motion of general welfaro can only bo secured by unity of action ; that unity of action cannot be secured without disci pline, and Hint discipline cannot bo en forced without organization, hence, the patrons, by n symbolized ritual, pleasing, beautiful and appropriate, are bound to gether in mutual fraternity as with n band of iron, yet In its application it is as gen tle as that of a silken thread that binds a wreath of llowers. The ritual of the Order is designe...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 2 October 1872

gtnobiIlc SStcthijj tyxomtk Mctmcsiran, &dahtx 1872. THE OHIO CAMPAIGN. Speech or A. J. Kick. i:ni., fit Mnsmlllon. Wo sco from our Ohio exchanges that the Republicans of Masslllonhndn rousing demonstration on the night of the 14th on the occasion of a speech from A. J. Ricks, Esq., of this city. The Jtasslllon Inde pendent refers to It ns the largest night demonstration ever held, there autl says that 5,000 people were present. About 700 torches were In the procession. The Independent says of the speech after refer Ing to lis leading facts : "But we can not pretend to touch on all the points which Mr. Ricks so ably, as well as earnestly.pre sented to an attentive audience. Mnsslllon may well feel proud of this, ono of her fa vorite sons." The Canton' Hcpository and Hcpulican reports the speech as follows : It does my soul good to-night to witness this grand Imposing demonstration of the people of this loyal city and county in be hall of the great soldlerstatesman, who led our p...

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

gUtosbillc SSStcchlj 0mclc, Mcuncsiwjr, &dakx Bmr RULE & HICKS, Publishers, Number 10 Market Place, East Side. teums or Huiiscmi'Tioy. Odo corT ono year S2 00 One copy, tlx months, 1 00 Ten corks, ono year 16 50 Twenty cojiief, ono year SO 00 "WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 2, 1872. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET. For President, ULYSSES S. GRANT, OF ILLINOIS. For Vico President, IIENRY WILSON, OF MASSACHUSETTS. KEL'UISLICAX STATE TICKET. For Governor, Hon. A. A. FREEMAN, For Congress at large, Hon. HORACE MAYNARD. Electors at Large, Hon. ALVIN HAWKINS, Hon. JOHN TRIMBLE, Hox. L. C. HOUK. TO OUE FRINDS, Wc ofer elsewhero some magnificent premiums for the largest and second largest club of subscriber to the Weekly Chronicle. This is n good chance for our friends to aid us in circulating the Chronicle, and at the same time, to pay themselves lib crlly for their work. Every family ought to have a good sewing ma chine and every farmer wants a superior plow. Our agents can earn three dollars a day...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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