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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 2 October 1872

IhwbilU Mccltln Chronicle MrtnwstmiT, rtabcfc 2, OOTOHKK 2, 1872. HPKCIHKX COPIES Of tho Ciibomclk mailed freo to any addross on ap I llcatlon. KA.TEN OP AlsVEUTISIM IX WEGULY. Ten lines, or less, soli J, to constitute a square B H 3 H t Squaro.. 2 Squares 3 Squares 4 Squares 5 Squares 3 1 SO 3 3 50 6 00 9 00 11 50 a w 4 50 6 00 7 50 H 00 For Indies' fino Shoos, go to Pnyno's, i l'orsonal. Wo had tho plcasuro of a call from Messrs. O. "VV. Pratt andG. A. Foster, of West Moridcn, Connecticut, who nro on n prospecting tour with a view to ongiigo in. manufacturing, Squirrel Knilgrittlnjr. The Avalanche tells o'f a wonderful hegira of squirrels from Arkansas to Tennessee, and says that they are swimming tho Mississippi in largo numbers, crossing at tho foot of Island 25, and a3 low down as tho head of 20, a distanco of 25 miles. Commercial. Ilrpnbllcnn. Wo havo received the first number of a neat ly printed Weekly, pubblishod at Cloveland, by Hon. N. A. Patterson. It is Itopublican in p...

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. — 2 October 1872

WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 2, 187a FKOM PITTSBURG. TIip Noldlcrs Convention IMtmtinrc'N I,ll- crnllly nml Loyalty Iniiiolnir Hay niut Nlclit I)ciiiiiMt nil Ions I'euiiiylrnnlii In October. c'rceial correspondence Chronicle Pittsiiuro, Iv., Sept. 10th, 1S72. The Soldiers and Sailors of the country have just closed a National Convention that has been a complete succe3 In every respect. In numbers, in representation, in character, in pplrlt and in its results it has been entirely creditable to the soldiers and eailors of the grand armies that saved the Nation from dismemberment, and ruin. I shall not attempt to give a detailed ac cuunt of its proceedings for the Chroni cle has had that long ago by telegraph. I wish simply to note a few of its leading features. In the first place I wish to note THi: SPIRIT OK THE VETERANS as indicated in the speeches and resolutions of the Convention. There was a marked absence of that vindictive and pas sionate spirit which it was charged by the opposition pres...

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. — 2 October 1872

Ihurabillc SSlcchljj (kfemmtlc, ft&ciwcstmn, &dobtx 1872. Medical. MOXIIKJKS I MOTHEKS r on't ISiil lo procure MRS. W1NS- I-OW'a SOOTHING SYKUP FOR CHILDREN TEETHING. wlfeVPiytSJ!!?!0.1' been used with NEV ER FAILING SUCCKSS In Thousands of cases. It not only relieve! tho child from pnln, liut Invigo rates the stomach nnd bowel?, conocts acidity, nnd trives tone and energy to tho whole system. It will alio wtantly relievo Gripluir lu tho Dowels and "Wind Colic. W bellcvo It tho BKST and SUREST KKMKDY IN THE WOULD. In all case of DYSENTERY AND DIARRHQ3A iN CHILDREN, whether arising frora teething or any other cause. Full directions for Ufing will accompany each bottle. None gonulneunless the fnc-sinillcoi CURTIS & PKR KINS, New York, is on the outside wrapper. Bold by all Medicine Dealers, decltidawlrl Hi 1 SI .ATflVH .V L J. J J J! 3. WlLiii.r-roprl.tor. n. n. Mc!)ou C..., Drujtl.i. n I O.n. Aflr, bin Fnaclf co, Ctl, nllUll Caramcro St.. N. M MIM.IONB llcnr Testimony to ...

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. — 2 October 1872

ftirarbillc WUthh Cmii'ck, Mcbm'skii, Waht 0822. kind, without nny of tho pleasures thnt usually attach to a pastor's life. But ho persevered, realizing that if his object was not attained hit inlluenco would bo serious ly i mpnircd, if not altogether lost, and was nt cast successful. Mr. Wood is a graphic dclinea or of feeling and described his condition with uch vividness that it almost seemed a pbysica nstend of n mental pain ho had been endur Tig for all thoso years. THE NIGHT SKP.M0N was by llev. Mr. Osborne, and from tho rcputa tion of this gentleman's powers of oratory his discourso whs just what his hearers might have anticipated clear, logical nnd simple. WORTHY OF MEXTIOK. As is already known, tho Camp is situated on Col. Arthur Crozior'sfarm, in a beautiful grove, which in view of its easy access to tho city from its location, ho had been reserving for iu pros pectivo ns woll as present value for lumber and fuel; but which ho allowed to bo used for its present object rath...

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. — 9 October 1872

it YOL. III. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 9, IS72; NO. 28. :facts about east Tennessee. Johnson Count)-. NO. LXXXIII. Tayloksville, Tenn., Oct. 2, 1S72. Editors Chronicle: This morning tho Johnsonltes tipped their " beavers " to Mr. "Jack Frost," nuil lio was hero in real earnest, too, from the hill tops to the low lands, ho was here, and ho promise to be with them again on tho morrow. He is making sad havoc with the green country side j and though the meadows and the ilelds look brownish and dejected, the mountain tops sport a many colored robe .and look gay and festive still. If you would enjoy the luscious Autumn days of beautiful October, go visit tho deep wood ed hill and nestling gentle vales of nltitu dinous Johnson. No spot in creation can iboast of such a number of lofty, pretty mountains, limpid streams, or romantic lit tle valleys. Yesterday, in company witli Mr. James Rankin, tho very ail'able and courteous young gentleman that has jchargc of the mail service bet...

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. — 9 October 1872

Siwa-billc Mcchln Cbrmriclc, Mcbncsiwn, tioh tr 9, .1872. TVVXiM: AJST GARDEN. THE 1IUSIXESS JIEX OF MOVING t KNOXVILLE Itotcrmincil to Sustain tlio Fnlr! (9 rami Outpouring of the Musics. "We, the business men of Knoxvllle, au preclntlng the Importance of sustnlulng the Eastern Division Fair, agree to sus pend business and close our doors on Fri day, the 18th day of October, for the pur pose of devoting that day to the interest of the great Industrial enterprise. Knoxvllle, Oct. 2, 1S72. Cowan, McClung & Co, Carpenter, Ross & Co, A L & H C Gillespie & Co, Sanford, Chamberlain & Albers, Heald & Locke, Kelson & Cruze, VDurger & Co, .Iw Paulett & Co, Bailey &. Summons, W li Kogers, J W Gilbert, W H Gilbert, C Cul len, S K Luttrell, Thos I Van Gilder, Hox sle & DePue, Geo S Fouchs, Peter Rittcr, Jos Wood, aicCallum & Co Somere Van Gilder, A M Spiro &Bro, Geo H Smith, Lewis & Jackson, P M AYilliams & Co, Galne?, Brother & C...

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. — 9 October 1872

ginosbilU Mcchlir (0niclc Mcteimir, &daha tf, $ZZ, OUK CANDIDATE Cnll on Col. J, M. Thtiriibttrcti Iiyth Work lnemu, Col. J. M. Thomlurgh, Knoxvillc, Tarn.: Wo, Uio undersigned, nro of tho mechanics and working men of Tennessee. As n class of tho community who "cut bread in tho sweat of their faces," on whom fulls most heavily and surely in tho end, nil public hardships and ovils, wo feol most keenly nnd vitally tho necessity of nn honest and capable administration of tho lawp, and tho advancement of wiso nnd just public measures. But wo havo discovered that whllo wo havo been endeavoring, by faithful and honest labor, to provide for ourselves and our families, nnd contribute) ourshnro to tho general ndvancomcnt of tho country, crafty politicians havo been .gradually stealing our power, and arrogating to themselves tho right, through, 'party! caucuses, Jind conventions, of designating who shall and who shall not bo candidates for public office. Against a system which seeks to tr...

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. — 9 October 1872

glnm'billc M'dtln (maidc, Mfbncstmj), Qtiohx 9, 4 RULE & RICKS, PubHshors, Number 19 Market Place, East Side. Tinwis or NUiwcim'xiox. Ono copy, ono year . SI 00 Ono copy, six months, .... 1 00 Ten cojIcf, nno year 10 SO Twenty coplef, one rear 30 00 "WEDNESDAY 'OCTOBER 0, 1872. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET. Par President, ULYSSES S. GRANT. OF ILLINOIS. For Vice President, HENRY WILSON, ',OV MASSACHUSETTS. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Governor, Hon. A. A.BFREEMAN, For Congress at large, Hox. HORACE SIAY'NARD. For Congress Second District, J. SL THORNBURGH. Electors at Large, Hox. ALVIN HAWKINS, Hox. JOHN TRIMBLE, Hox. L. C. HOUK. WEEKLY SUMMARY OF ETYS. U03IU. Tho Pennsylvania oil wcll3 lino goncrally suspended Tho postal treaty with Germany lias gone into effect Mrs. Fair's acquittal has been denounced by tho prcs3 of tho country San Francisco enjoyed a three second earth quake on tho 2d inst Tho Arkansas Liberals linvo nominated a full ticket Riots bctweon tho white and colored c...

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. — 9 October 1872

Jtnobill ftfrl'cckin Cljv0uulc Mcfontstmn, ttkx 9, 18?2. 5 OOTOUKK 9, 1872. NI'KCIJtKX COl'IEH Of the CnsomcLR mailed free to any address on op l llentton. kati-.s or Aivr.nxiHio ix wkkhlv. Ten linos, or less, Mild, to constltuto a squaro. a 5 4 4 S r U 1 Squaro.. 2 Squared, 3 Square 4 Squares, 6 Squares, S 1 60 13 60 i 4 50i 6 M.S 9 00 J15 00 a oo 4 so 5 00 7 50 6 00 9 00 11 GO 8 50 10 60 It 60 IS 00 23 00 10 60 2.1 50 27.00 27 50 45 00 55 50 11 50 14 00 15 60 30 00 39 50 It 00 I! I I'ncllc NpcnhlHC. Hon. M. L. AlcCofinell candidate for Stnto Scnatowill address the people of Jefferson at tho Court House in Dand ridge on Monday, October Ctli, 187:1. liny Them Sotr, Season tickots for the Eastern Dmiion Fair aro going off rapidly. Thoy cost but three dol lars and giro tho purchasor froo entrance to tho fair for five days and a chanco to draw somo of tho great prizes offered. Buy one reader and you may draw tho five thousand dollar prizo. For snlc at tho Chronicle Offick. xSdtf. Hnlcn...

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. — 9 October 1872

ftabilk fflKechlji Cjmmidij, Mtbntstmn, ttolrtr ff, 1872. WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 0, 1872. FROM OHIO. (.rent Activity In 1'olltknl Irclr Use Desperation of the d'rcclcjitcs Iicpuli Hews ondJeut of Vic tory . Sreclal Correspondence of tho Chronicle.) Massillon, Ohio, .Sept. HO, 1872. I have just returned from ntrip through Northern Ouio,'nnd am glad to report that tho Republicans of this great State are more active than they have yet been. There is still some apathy, growing out of an ovcr.contidence. "While the Greeley leaders are very noisy, and putting on an outward;appearancej;of conlldence, the masses of the people seem to have settled down in the belief that Grant will certain ly be elected. I have found many Demo crats who excuse thelr.lack of Interest in the canvass by saying they do not consid er that Greeley has any chance. The Re publicans all feel this way, and the only possible fchanco for a" reverse in October is through this over-coniidence. The meet ings now belngheld daily...

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. — 9 October 1872

innbilk Mcchln (S&jjromclc, Mcbncstmn, Qdakx 1S?2. 7 THE OCTOBKK ELECTKhV. The Latest Word From Ohio, Pennsylva nia ami Indiana Tlio Excllenieiit;oii tho Increase The Probable llcsiilt. Special Correspondence of tho Chronicle MASSILLON, 0.f Oct. 1, 1S72. The political excitement In tho three largest States to voto next Tuesday Is on tho Increase. Knowing that tho Interest felt In tho result prevails In Tennessee as well as throughout tho North, I thought a few words ns to tho present situation would be welcome. As tho day for tho voting approaches.tho people are waking up, especially In In diana and Pennsylvania, where the ex citement is intense. In Ohio until within tho past week,thero has been les3 Interest felt In tho campaign than ever before in a Presidential contest. Kepublicans felt so confident of success that they did not think much work neces sary. Hut now tho people are ptirred up, meetings are morn frequent and largely at tended and tho camp llrcs are everywhere burn...

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. — 9 October 1872

Jlnofbillc Mcrhln Ckcmiclc, Mcbncstmn, rtetcr 0, 1B?2. News from the Itockf Mountains. The following letter received from Dr. Curtis, wlionccompaniestho UnitedStatos Geological Survey through the Itocky Mountains, will be read with much in terest. The Doctor's many friends, who lmve become n little solicitous on nccout of his long silence, will bo glad to lenrn of his safety from the depredations of Indians and grizzlies : Lower Fiiu: Hole Basin. U. S. National Park, X. "W. Cor. Wyom- Intr TVrrlfnrv. Aiif. 31. 1K79. AVe have now been camped Fn this most t -. A .11 .. .1 t .- 1 . I . , J iiueresiing ana -vouueriuu pince sixteen uays, wuicn is most prouauiy longer man the soiourn hereof any white man before. The weather has been line. "Wo have had scarcely any rain for six weeks. Although the days are warm, yet In this elevated recion the nights are cool. AVlth the exeption of last night, and the night oeiore last , mere nas oeen no nignt out ing the month that has not produced frost ...

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. — 16 October 1872

A hi hi YOL. III. KNOXVILLE, TENN., AVEDNESDAY. OCTOBEK lG, 1872. NO. 29. VICTORY! Pennsylvania 35.000 Republican ! The Keystone State True as Ever! Ohio Falls into Line with 5,000. IOWA AND NEBRASKA WHEEL INTO LINE District of Coiuinhto Follows Siiit. Indiana the'OnlState Wavering: "The Tidal Waveiin Rolls On' Nebraska Helps that "Ground Swell." Tho defeat of tho'Greeleyized Democra cy on Tuesday seems now to be a perfect "Waterloo. There is no comfort for them oven in the paradisoof Indiana Democracy the district of Voorhees. The Tall Syca more of the "Wabash is shelved. The cry of fraud.'.fraud, will.'not set aside such an overwhelming victory as we have gained in Pennsylvania, for the triumph is not only in Philadelphia, where frauds are complained of, but all over the State. The victory may bolbriefiy summed up as follows : Hartranft carries.. Pennsylvania by thirty-five thousand majority, and we gain nine members of Congress. Ohio goes Republican by about eighteen thou sand ma...

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. — 16 October 1872

in0bi1Ic tccklii Olferjaniclc, Mtimxstm), rfnkr 1&, 1872. rianting Fruit Trees. Medical. Patent Paint. JTAJ&TSL VISX GARDEN. Hrntlcy County Fnlr. I-'lltST DAY. r m n I r Tho second exhibition of tho .Bradley County Agricultural anil Meclmnlcal As- Nociation openeu iicro to-uny. tho attenu mice. Is Baltl to bo very gooil. For Bomo time ouo of tho greatest ol li'fifs of interest to tho neonlo of old Brad' ley county has been tho coming county fair. And now they aro enjoying tho promised good time. Much interest has been taken in making arrangements to liavo all tho departments well tilled. And from tho prospects beforo them now on tho lirst uay ot tno cxinuiuou an meir nopes and exnoctatlons aro to bo realized. Tho grounds aro very lino as those who visited tho Fair last year learned, or oven those who were informed through the press, and they have been put in lino or der for tho present occasion. The stock yard is well arranged for all kinds of stock, with good stables for th...

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. — 16 October 1872

THE BATTERING RAM DISTRICT, TliornbitrsIi-GnrrcU-CnlilncII. Jamestown, Tknn.. Oct. c. lfi72. Editors Chronicle: During tho past iiosicre wcro uismuuteU through tho county announcing tho fact that Cnhlwnll and Garrett, tho regular and Irregular ojemocrauo canuiuates for Congresn from tho Battering Rain District, would address tho dear jicoptc at "Jamestown, Saturday the 6th," tiro people believing pretty gen erally that Mr. DuBoso and his Democrat ic friends had succeeded in disfranchising iuem, aim supposing the contest was be tween Democrats nlnnn. illil inf rmwn,l Inrrrnltr tn tlinjimU.lt... .1 .i. . i ....(ju. uiviuiuuu uuu iiio auenuauco was sum inuceti. Those of us who are of opinion that tho Isation will survive the election of Presi dent Grant, and that Horace Greeley would not mako a first-class angel without considerable, overhauling and repairing, took but little stock in the Bpeaking. Wo were, however, prepared to receive much light in regard to tho merits of a Demo crat ...

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. — 16 October 1872

ftobillc SBl'cclili (!mudc, ftW'tjuxcsiMg, Qdakx 16, 4 bc Mccbln (ftbnmirlc. BULB & KICKS, Publishers, A'umbcr 10 Market Place, Hast Side. Tvitais or nuiisckiptiox. Ono corr, ono year - S- 00 Ooo copy, six months 1 00 Ten cojiicj, ono year, - 16 60 Twenty corlc?, ono year, SO 00 WEDNESDAY- OCT6REK 10,1 1872. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET. '.For President, ULYSSES S. GRANT. or Illinois. For Vice President, HENRY WILSON, OT MASSACHUSETTS. KEPUHL1CAX STATE TICKET. For Governor, ' Ho.v. A. A.GFREEMAN, M For Congress at large, Hon. HORACE MAYNARD. For Congress Socond District, J. M. THORNBURGH. Electors at large, Hon. ALVIN HAWKINS, Hon. JOHN TRIMBLE, A. J. RICKS, Esq. Many readers will read with regret the announcement made in our telegraphic columns of the death of Fauny Fern. Tiik people should begin to see now what we have often said, that about all there was to Greeley's chances for an elec tion was the "brag" which ho and his papers indulged extravagantly from the very beginning. ...

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. — 16 October 1872

nojb-billc Mccki) 0melt Mlclmcsimn, ttfrfjcr llr, 1372. WEDNESDAY OOTOUKK 10, 187i NI'P.CIJIP.X COI'ir.N Of tho Ciino.vicLK mailed freo to nny address an np Ilea tion. KATES or AOVF.llTISIMJ IX WEEKLY. Ton line, or less, solid, to eonstltuto a square. 3 s U'ACK. H H i- n 1 Squaro '$ 1 60 $ 3 60 2 Squaros 3 CO 6 00 3 Squares 4 50 9 00 4 Squares n 00 11 60 6 Squares 7 50 14 00 U O I . J 4 50 S 6 50 $ 0 00 ''115 00 8 50 10 60 W 60 27 00 11 60 11 60 23 60 37 60 14 00 IS 00 30 00 45 00 j 16 60 28 00 30 60 65 50 Wanted. "IXTANTED-l.ooo.ooo V V Apply to yctlGwltd5t WHITE OAK STAVES. II. J. KIN.KL, Knoxrll e. Tcnn. :. J. Denier in Groccrios lirond street, near K. Tcnn. "Vcnry, nnd Oonenil Produce, & O. road, Knoxvillo, i.21dAwlm. t'omnilleo Mcetlnir. There will ;bo n meeting of the republican Executive Committoo for Knox county on Monday, October 21st. A full attendance is desired. I'rciichlui;. Kov. Dr. Dean, Prosident of tho East Tonnes seo 'NVoiloyan University, will pr.oach nt Now K...

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. — 16 October 1872

gmttfeUc gagcchlg 0mdt, itcsuaj7, rtofor W, 1672. WEDNESDAY OTOBEK 10, 1872. "KKCOMCILUTIOX" IN (JEOIKJIA. How ihr Itliel Isc-ninrritcy Trliiiniilieil. So fur as representing the sentiments of ueorgmns are concerned, the majority In jrsi weeK's election migut ns well nave been a hundred thousand as tlxty. Hut to show the shameless frauds, the Intimi dation and violence by winch the election was carried, read the following letter from the Chairman of the Henubllcan State Committee, to tue Secretary of the Na tional Congressional Committee : Atlanta, Ga., October C No ItepubllcaiiB were admitted as man- - ..1 -1... il. ..!..! M .1 day. The olllcers were all Greeleyites They refused to open Republican pre cincts, ami ireenoiuers attempting it were dispersed. Democratic votes were received as last as ottered ; Republican votes only wiiuii no xuiLiut'iauc vines were oiicring. minute, while Democratic precincts were ...... i . . i . i . i. . . i. . . i . lusiic-u iiuuugii ilk me i.ue ui m...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 16 October 1872

giiuabillc Wul mutk, cbncstiun, October 16, 187S. Third District Congressional Canvass. ki:y va. krmos. Athkns, October 8th. It was understood by announcement that tho aspirants for Congressional honors would speak hero to-day. County Court was still In session, and a respectablo crowd was in attendance. At 12, m., Judgo Key made his appearance In tho court honso and began in an easy going sort of stylo to mako n ley-Llberal-Rcform speech. Ho ho had been Chancellor. I Grce said sup- poso ho means that ho has reluctantly given up that place ; said ho was an old lino Democrat; went into tho war and fought for slavery ; got badly whipped ; was not -willing to acknowledge that he was -wrong, but Intended abiding the re sult of tho struggle; would even fight t keep tho negro from going back Into ser vitude. Ho stands on tho CincinnatUJal tlmoro platform square out lauds tho Republican party Grant's adminis tration. Grant, himself, hosavs, is an honest man, has made a good President, but ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 16 October 1872

firarcbtllc Witthh) Chronicle, Mtctmtstoig, rtahtt lti, 1372. .Till'. XUUKEHY ELP. 11Y J)Si:iJIINK I'OMiAKD. Dear llttlo fcot, how .you wnndcr nml wander, Littlo twin truants so licet. Dcnr littlo head how you pondor nnd ponder Over the things thnt you meet. Dour littlo tongue, how you chnttcr nnd chatter. Over your innocent joys. Oh, but tho house is nllvo with your clatter-- Shnklng, indeed, with your noise. Cnn'tyou bo quiet n moment, sweet rover? Is thero no end to your fun? Soon the "old sand man" will sprinklo you over, Then tho day's frolic is done. Come to my nrms, for tho daylight is dying, . Closer tho dark shadows creep ; Come, like a bird that is weary of flying j Come, let mo sing you to sleep. riKNniSII ACT I RAI.EIGII, XOItTH CAKOLIXA The Trlbnnc Reti-nctlng im Mnndera. Raleigh, Oct. 11. A terrible explosion shook every building in tbe city, followed by nn nlarm of lire. The Sentinel olllee wns blown to atoms by powtler placed un der the building nnd presses. A small ...

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