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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 23 October 1872

n VOL. III. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 23. IS72. NO. 30. THE SKCOND DISTRICT. Tour wjh West of IIioSIoiintnliiK. Cavt. Vax H. Am.kn's, Smith County, Tknn., Oct. 17, 1872. My last was from Lafayette, the county site of Macon county, from whence wo camoto thlsplaco yesterday evening, nntl have been enjoying tho princely hospitali ty of Capt. Van H. Allen, late of the con federate army. Wo came hero at his apo dal Invitation, and tho hearty welcome re ceived has made our short sojourn n pleas ant one. I have now been with tho can- iitc? four days- 1 ,mvo 1)0011 gratified at their courteous demeanor toward eacli other, and with tho elevated tono of their discussions. Although they have been pretty sharp occasionally, and occasionally somewhat personal, theyimv maintained friendly relations, lodging together at night whenever possible, and each seem ing desirous of contributing to the others personal comfort. After a somewhat careful survey on this sido of the.moiiutains, I am ...

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. — 23 October 1872

liwttttllc cch(j) (fttamiixk, Mctastoiji, rtobcr 1872. Mcdlcnl. Medical. Patent X'nlnt. FHUM THE GIANTS. JtXnyiinr'l,Jiicntliiininiit JoIitiioit nt Chirks- villc. Cl-AKKSVILLi:, TENX., Oct. 11, 1872, Editors CmtoxiCLu: I will make nu eI'ort in my way of describing our recep tion of tho Hon. Horace Mnyunnl to-dny. Ho wns met at tho denot bv tho Grant and "Wilson Club Committee, and hundreds of others thronged around to get sight of tho distinguished speaker. Tho fluo carriage of S. 3). W. Brandon was present awaiting his arrival, ami the colored brass baud, in a beautiful baud "Wagon, drawn by a pair of grays, headed tho procession. Tho stars and stripes waved over tho hand wagon, and tho band discoursed sweet strains of music while they marched to tho Southern Hotel. There ho was met by many of his old friends, and the beat of feeling prevailed. Ono hour for refresh ments. At 11 o'clock, the time set for speaking, tho Honorablogentleman made his appear ance and was seated in the enr...

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. — 23 October 1872

lii0bill Wittkixt 0nidc Mcbncsimn, &tiahtx 23, 3 THE BATTERING RAM DISTRICT. 'The Congressional Explorers Heard From. Tuornburgh-GarretNCaldvvclI. Special Correspondence of tho Clironlclcl Oabtiuoe, Tenn., Oct. 14, 1872. Ten dnys ago three gentlemen aspiring to Congressional honors left Kuoxvillo for tho western portion of the 'battering rnin" district. Since then they have scarce ly been heard from by their most intiinnfo friends. With no other motive than to satisfy their friends that all is well with them, I left JCnoxvillo on Friday noon, and after traveling over three hundred miles I found them safe and sound at this ancient town. They look jaded, it is true, but arc amply able for their dally proven der. After a pleasant rest until to-day at eleven o'clock, a. m., tho candidates en- nassed bv "5 Itenubllcans and 74 Demo crat voting for it, and 17 Democrats and 44 Republicans against it. Ho denounced tho policy of bringing tho labor of peniten tiary convicts in competition ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 23 October 1872

rtobcr S3, 1672. 4 Jiitosbillc SSIwklji (0ntdc, TOrtmcstmij, 8 Wttklu ' dCjjrmuck RULE & RICKS, Publlshors, Number 19 Market Place, East Side. TJ'.KMS CI' NVlIHCniPTIOX. One copy, one year, - $2 00 Ono copy, six months 1 00 Ten copies, ono year,.. IS SO Twenty copies, one year,.... SO 00 WEDNESDAY' OCTOBER 10,' 1872. "national republican ticket. For President, ULYSSES S. GRANT, OF ILLINOIS. For Vice President, HENRY WILSON, OV MASSACHUSETTS. PKESIDKMIAL ELECTORAL TICKET. Electors at Large, A. J. RICKS, of Knox. JOHN TRIMBLE, of Davidson. ARCHIE M. HUGHES, of Maury. 1'OR TUB CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS. I. FERDINAND S. SINGLETARY, of Carter. IL HENRY R. GIBSON, of Campbell. III. JOHN W. RAMSEY, of Bradley. IV. TOt. II. WISENER. of Bedford. V. RICHARD S. TUTIIILL, of Davidson. VI. JOSHUA B. FRIERSON. r Maury. VII. GEO. W. SHII'MAN. of McNairy. VIII. WM. F. POSTON, of Crockett. IX. HENRY G. SMITH, of Shelby. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Governor, Hon. A. A. FREEMAN, For Congress at Lar...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 23 October 1872

lAnosbillc Sffitcchljr (!0mdc SKffctmcstmjj, October S3-, 187S. 0 OCTOBKB 10, 1872. NIMX'IMI'.V corn: Of tho Ciibonicle mailed frco to any address on nr I llcatlon. KATi:.S Ol' AOVEKTINIXU IX WKEKI.Y. Ton lines, or less, solid, to constltuto a square WEDNESDAY i '1 i I" jrACK. H H S S " I f -l W O r 1 &juare I $ 1 60 $ 3 50 $ 4 60 $ 6 60 $ 9 00 f lft 00 2 Squares 3 00 6 00 8 60 10 60 18 60 27 00 3 Squares-.... 4 60 9 00 11 60 It 60 23 50 37 60 4 Squares 0 00 11 60 14 00 1 00 30 00 4 5 00 5 Squares 7 60 14 00 Id 60 28 00 3D 60 65 60 Wanted. a'O HIKE, A FIHST CLASS UUN AND LOCK SMIS11, to whom liberal wanes will lo paid. Call on or address S. 1", ANHKL. ootZM2tntf Knoxville.Tenn. Republican lto.lly.iU Mitryvlllc. A. J. Kicks, Esq., Elcctor.for tho Statu nt Largo, 'will, by request, address tho ltopubll car.s of Blount county, nt ilnryvillc, on Thurs day night, 24th inst. 8td&w Public Mpeiiklnir. Col. J. M. Thornburgh, enndidnto for Con gress, will speak nt tho following times ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 23 October 1872

2&n0billc 8S&ehlg ffijjrnmclr, Mctmcsbair, rtobcr 23, 1872. OCTOBER 23, 1872, THE EASTERN DIVISION FAIR. i((((loiK(l HUpnj of Animas. liorouglibrcd 11 lint the Prop Saw on tit Grounds. Tli rowd In Attendance from 12,000. 10.000 to The entries up to this time more than double those of previous years, while ft steady improvement ls-vislble in the qual ity of articles exhibited. The wisdom of the policy of the present management in offering liberal cash premiums, especially in the stock department, is apparent in the presence of the fine blooded and grade animals, whose numbers far exceed that of any previous exhibition in East Tennes see. Small premiums are no inducements to breeders of fine stock, especially at a dis tance, to bring their animals, as has been demonstrated in the past, and every own er of this class of animals is doing the com munity a service by bringing them before the public. Last night twenty men were at work building additional stables and pens for stock,...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 23 October 1872

gtofbilk Wtt )xamtk, OTebmsbag, tahcx 23, ho by Lexington ; dam Gazette by im ported Albion. Ho is a light sorrel and splendidly formed, showing the pure blood from which ho sprang. In the raco for untrained saddle hordes, one mile, for the Society purse of $20, tliero wero ten cntries.which was Won hy a bay, entered by G H Luttrell. Time, 1:39. Tho trotting raco, 2 mile dash, all aRes, fortho Society purse of $50 was third. En tries : A 11 Melfndy, enters "Dandy Jack." J M Dickinson, enters g in, Kate Dick inson. Tho first mile was won by "Dandy Jack." Time, 3:10; second won by tho grey. Time, 3:20. Tho latter was declar ed tho winner of the race in 0:20. The half of tho shoo of "Dandy Jack's" right foro foot broke oiV on tho first quar ter of tho first mllo and it was very evi dent tho horse was not trotting his best gait. His owner says ho beat the grey very easily on Thursday In the mile raco mill feels entirely certain ho could easily beat him again in either a one or two milo ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 23 October 1872

gbnsbtlk Wttixh miitlc, Mchxcsbm), (Brtohuc 3, 1872. 8 CAMIWIUX JiOTVJi. "When I think of what! am And whnt I lucd to wns, 1 think I throwcd myself nwnv Without sufficient cause II. G. Tho west winds do roar, And wo slinll hnvo nioro : And what will poor Grcolcy do then? Poor thing. Ho'll stny on hi9 farm AVhero ho can do no harm, And hido his head in his whlto hat. Poor thing 1 Andy and the Ladles. Tho Courier-Journal gets oirthe follow ing good story on Andy : Johnson lias nbout as much poetry in his soul 03 a superannuated mule, but lie has contrived to pick up n few scraps of other people's rhymes, and these he hurls at Ills hearers, when ho comes to address himself to the ladies, with a recklessness that is as tonishing. Hero is the winding up of one of his speeches during tho Presidential campaign of 1850 : "And now, in couclu sionsion, let mo thank the ladies who have honored us with their smiling presence on this occasion. I yield to no man in my admiration for lovely woman....

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 30 October 1872

VOL. III. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30 , 1872. NO. 31. HOKACE MAYHARD. lie Defends Charges or Republican rroscrlption. Ho Refers to Some Confiscation Acts of 1861. Wholesome Truths for Demagogues Howling about Oppression. How Landon r Haynes Extinguisher. Got His Horace Maynanl made a lengthy and jiblo speech at Memphis, on tho 10th, which wo And partyl reported In the Mem phis Jhdkiin of the !Mth. His reply to Landon C. Haynes is what might bo call ed an extinguisher. It revives recollec tions that wo should think such men would bo slow to bring out again. Hut as they must have It, better it were given hot and heavy as Maynard gave It. He spoke jis follows : Let lis look at Grant's administration and see what It has been. Seo If wo can find any reason why this worthy public .servant should ho bent into retirement, nnd his place supplied by the Democracy. "When ho btcamo President, wo were in trouble Avlth England by reason of her conduct towards us in tho lato war. Eng l...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 30 October 1872

ijpch ikbWilmxh)xamtkt ualcuiicsbnn, rfobcr 3XT, HOltS K KPIDEMIf!. Medical. Patent l'nlnt. riiKJii rrirj. noitsi: disiiasi.h ix yr.vf TOIUC CITY. rourlrcii TliDUsaml Horses Willi Jcnlli. M'hrt'iilcuril Itosi Tuccil .Surrenders to tlio .Slierlir. The horso ilisenso which is occurring in the illileroiit cities outside- of Now York and which hail caused a great deal of ex citement among Htablo keepers and car companies, has nindo its appearanco in this city, causing tho greatest panic. Tho dis ease appears to have appeared first in the city in magnitude, on Monday afternoon, nltuough there weYo some few cases of an earlier date. Contagious qualities of tho disease aro very violent, and within twenty-four hours from tho timo thellrstsymp toms of sickness were noticed in one largo stable ouo thousand horses under tho same roof were similarly alllictcd. A reporter who has visited the principal stables states that no less than seven thousand horses in nil wero alluded. Up to yesterday eve...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 30 October 1872

ttoxbillc McchljT rmitlc M-cbmsbajj, rtobcr -3-tf, THE PKOSPKCTS FOR XOYKMBEU. A Ucriutui lienicoriitlc Prediction. Tholsow York Staals Zcilung, tho lend ing German Democratic paper in tho United States, of the November election wiys : If the "Liberal" press did not endeavor to intentionally deceive and belle itself and its readers, it would, instead of Insist ing thnt tlio elections which have been -held were no measure by whlcu estlmnto tho opinion of tho people, nnd particularly tho result of tho November elections, nd mlt tho tniOHtnte of atl'alrs, which consists in this : Tho Ronubllcan nartv develoned a greater strength at these elections than it has done for years, and the small defection of tho Liberals is nioro than repaired by Democratic votes, and tho fusion party not only has not becomo stronger than tho Democratic, but considerably weaker. Tho prediction which wo made as early as tho first part of May. that if tho Grant Greeley dilemma remained, Grant would not only bo ...

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. — 30 October 1872

4 ttokcr M, 1872. DIjc OTtthljT (Kjjrnnitlc. RULE & RICKS, PubHshors, Number 19 Market Place, JCa&l Side. TKKJI.S OF NUIINCKU'TIOX. Ono cony, ono year - 12 00 Ono copy, tlx months 1 00 Ten copies, ono year, 16 CO Twenty copies, one year 30 00 WEDNESDAY OGT011EI! CO, 1872. National Republican Ticket. For Freiideat, ULYSSES S. GRANT, or ILLINOIS, For Vieo President, HENRY WILSON, 07 MASSACHUSETTS. Presidential Electoral Ticket. Elector at Largs. A. J. KICKS, of Knox. JOHN TRIMBLE, of Davidson. ARCHIE M. HUGHES, of Maury. For the Congressional Districts. T. FERDINAND S. BINQIjKTARY, of Carter. II. JIENKY B. OinSON, of Campbell. Iir. JOHN W. RAMSEY, of liradlcy. IV. WM. II. WISENBK, of Dedford. V. RICHARD S. TUTIIII.L,of Dnridion. VI. JOSHUA B. FRIKKSO.N, of Maury. VII. (1F.O. W. SHIPMAN. of MoNatry. VIII. WM. F. POSTON. of Croekett. IX. IIKNHYIO. SMITH, of Shelby. nErVBUOAK STATE TICKET. For Governor, Hon. A. A. FREEMAN. For Congress at Large, Hon. HORACE MAYNARD. For Congress ...

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. — 30 October 1872

Jtwtt'billc Mldiln 0mtk Mcbncnn; dMobcr 3tf, 137a. WEDNESDAY OCTOBKlt SO, 1872. NPF.CIMF..V COIMKH Ortho Ciiroxiclk irmllod free to any address an np llcntlnti. ItATl-.S Ol' AJsVF.UTINlNU IX WKKKI.Y. Ten lines, or less, solid, to constitute a square. n a a .2 1 a . 2 u i e x 0 50 J 9 00 'Jlfi 00 10 501 16 50! i!7 (10 H 50 SI 501 37 50 H oo :w 001 45 00 23 00 3J80' 55 60 I Snnnro....;.i $ 1 50 $ 3 50 $ 4 60 z ;qaurcs ami b uu s to 3 Squares 4 60 3 00 11 bO 4 Squares ! H 00 11 60 14 00 6 Squares 7 501 14 00! 10 50 li I t Announcement. "Wo nro authorized nnd requested toiimioutico Kobert II. Soay as tho workingman 's enndidnto for tho Lowor Branch of tlio Legislature. Wheat Wnuteil. 10,000 bushels Rood whito marketable wheat, for which thu cash will ho paid. x23-dAwlt. Houau tfc CnuKcn. Kcmcmbcr tho election day is TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 0th. Supreme Court. Tho Court has nearly completed its labors for Iho present term, and tho clerk is cntrnecd in preparing tho records. General opinions of...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 30 October 1872

G llnrcbilk ffifachlij 0mdc, M'tbncabitij, rtahcx 1672. A GIGANTIC LOBBYS CIIEJ1E. "WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 30, 1872. Arc Wo IjKTTEK FROM GEOHGIA. JJ'Iiw A til in ii fur I'miilcr Acliilly lit lh Co 1 1 n 'I'rmli Coul Creek Coul In MiLLr.ixir.viLLi:, Ga., Oct. 121, 1872. Tho planters In Middle Georgia are bk'MXL'd with an autumn constructed espe cinlly by n favoring Providence to cnnblo them to harvest their cotton securely. In this particular locality the crop is very line, both in respect to quantity and quality far better than in inot other f-ectlons of the South. The corn crop, also, was much better the present year than usual ; still, very many of our planters planted but little corn and must depend on your Ten nessee llelds for their future supply, as most of tho bacon-eaters of Baldwin coun tv must havo their wants supplied from o'ther States. Wo see some mules and horses alrendy here from Kentucky, brought hither by the Indefatigable Col. Johnson, of Mt. Sterling, Ky. Tho ani mals ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 30 October 1872

gtitaebillc Weekly (!0mclc, Mcncst, Qdofot M'IS. TIIK PKX1TENT1AUY LEASE AHAIX. Import mi t Ji'imv iovo1oiiiiciiih. Editors CuitoKiciii:: Wo tnltu It for grunted Unit tins speech mid letter of Sena tor Olbsoii cHtubllslnid the following facts In reference to tho pcnltentnry lease: 1st. Thnt the leiiso wns Becretly mndo; 2d. Tliut, ft much lurgcr'sum could have been obtulned for the lea.se, if due notice of the lease hud been given j and !!d. That Gov. Brown Is responsible for the loss the State has sustained In muklng tho lease without notifying, the public. iut we havo just been shown u letter written by Frank llybergcr, Gov. Sentcr's private Secretary, which shows how tho lento was made. Capt. llyberger writes as follows : "When I was In Nashville, last Spring, (1872) mid soon after tho Legislature adjourned, 1 met, Hon. Sam. Jones, of Shelby, and in con versation with him ho told me, in words about as follows : ' 1 left Memphis to come to Nashville, and just before leaving, Col. ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 30 October 1872

llnojfbillc M'cddn (0mclc, ftalrtmcsimn, fartabcx iJXf, 8 KI.VG HARRIS AND VAXTEU AT MOK-RISfOM'N. The King Arraigns llrlg. (Jen. Johnson and Kxliumcs Mrs. Surratt, llnxlvr Asks Hint to Think or llauu, Ilenchc, and Fry. He Tells About 1S01 and Thorntnirgh and Pickens. Kx-Govcrnor Isham G. Harris, according to nntiounccmcnt, spokoyestorday in Morrietown. Col. John lluxtcr, of this city voluntccrod to meet him. Tho speaking began about 10 o'clock at tho Court House, which was well tilled. Gov. Harris made n cunning speocb, which, though liberal on its face and intondod to bo eo considered, was full of objectionable sentiments and worked up tho Chcathamites to a whito heat. Ho was terribly severe on Johnson sen timents. Tho first part of his speech was do voted to an exhortation to stand by the organi sation and as explanation of its utility. Ho spoko substantially as follows : I do not arraign Johnson for being a'Union man. I desiro to contest his consistency as a Democrat and a stnto...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 6 November 1872

0 VOL. III. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER G, 1872. NO. 32. BY TELEGRAPH, ELECTION NEWS. VICTORY EVERYWHERE. Greeley Buried Under the " Tidal Wave," Grunt Kc-Elcctcd and Vindicated. NOT A SINIJLE NORTHERN STATE FOR GREELEY. New York Repudiates Greeley by 50,000. Pennsylvania a Round 100,000 Majority. "GO WEST, YOUNG MAN."--II0RA(1E. Louisiana Glasps Hands with Ohio. New Jersey, Connecticut and New Hampshire True. EVEN DELAWARE CAN'T EAT CROW. PKNNSYLVANIA. Philadelphia, Nov. 5. Itcturns from Jill the wards but one up to 10 o'clock, shows that Grant's majority Is 11,013. It is estimated that Greeley will receive 20, OOO less than Ruckalew did in October. Twenty wards give Grant !SO,000 majori ty witli nine wards to hear from. Grant's majority in tho eityis 43,000. Carries every ward, Cumberland county, Pa., gives Grant 300 mnjority, n gain of 773. Lancaster county, Pa., gives Grant 7,500; , -gain 220. Lycoming Grant 500; gain 720. Berks county, Heading City, Grant 1007; gain o...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 6 November 1872

gUurcbillc fttttcchln ODferjoniclc, fcMctmcsimjJ, Dobtmbcr li, B7ll, invi 11 or .nits. in!:r.i.r.Y. Trliiloi" Jlosi Tticoil, Ac. Ac New YoitK, Oct. HO. The horse li!nso lins iippciucd at Tort Jervis, New York, especially nUbctitiK horses on tho Delnwnrc and Hudson Canal ; also extending to Co lumbus, Ohio, whero three eases have oc curred. Oxen have been sent from tho In terior of New York to take tho places of horses In tho city. The weather Is favorablo to-day. One hundred deaths wcro reported yes terday among horses. Nearly all aro af fected. Rergh has announced his determination to prevent the working of all'ected horses. Several companies have brought suit against Bergh for $25,000, and praying nn injunction against him. Occnn s-teamers leave to-day only one third loaded. Soveral sugar refineries havo stopped. The stable superintendent thinks the working of diseased horses will run the malady into glanders. It is stated that ilfty cows have died from tho horse maladylat East Or...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 6 November 1872

" nrobill MI'cdiliT Cjnmidc Mtbncsban, lobtmbcr U, 8Z2, Into Xcivs From 'ow York. Editors Chronicle: I liavo 1111 Item so cooil that it must not be lost to the public. As King Harris says : "Demo crats, your attention." On last Friday night a merchant who stopped at Sweet "Water and lives there, or in the neighborhood whilst in the smoking ear, just as wo left Jonesborougli, stated to a gentleman sitting on the same seat I wan occupying, that it was all up with Greeley in the Northern States. The (iiestion being asked: "Hut how about NcwYork ? ho replied : "O, tho Demo crats have gone back on us. Even in the city, they arc uniting with tho Rcpubll cans ; and it is probable that tho Republi can majority in tho city will bo large. The business men there of tho Democratic party have sold out to the Republicans. I nave bought my last bill of goods in Xew York-. After this I will stop in Baltimore: and I have heard at least one hundred and fifty Southern merchants say that they will do t...

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

grille Mdilji 0mdc, M'cimcsuitjr, Ihbtmkx Ji, 1672. RULE & RICKS, Publishors, Number 10 JlhrAc Pfacc, i?asf Side. tkiwis or sunscmt'Tiox. One copy, one year - Ono copy, six months - Ten copies, ono year - !00 I 00 .... 1G 60 Twenty copies, one year .... CO 00 WEDNESDAY. . . . .OOTOBEKS0, 1872. THE PRESIDENT, From the East and from tho West ; from tho North mid from tho distant South, on clectrio wings, comes tho glad tidings that through a free, untrammclcd ballot, Gen. Grant lias been chosen as President for four moro years. And now four millions of voices sound aloud n song of praiso and thanksgiving for iv country delivered from tho dangers that would havo threatened it had tho unnatural and corrupt coalition con cocted at Cincinnati and Baltimore suc ceeded. Tho election of Grant and Wilson is an evidence of tho intelligence and good sense of tho American people, far moro signifi cant than expressed in any other Presiden tial election. Upon its face tho Greeley movement was ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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