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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 27 November 1872

VOL. III. KNOXYILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1872. NO. 35. FACTS ABOUT EAST TENNESSEE. NO. LXXXVI. OTJR CINCINNATI RAILKOAD. Our people havo heard bo much of tho ;long projected Cincinnati railroad that they read with distrust all promises look ing towards ita early completion. Wo had tho pleasure yesterday of meeting Messrs .Gunn and Lovett, of the engineer corps connected with the- proposed road, and gathered from them some facts that may bo of interest to tile readers of the CnnoN- jcle. Wo elvo these facts not only for eneral Information, but also to explain tho seeming delay in tho construction of the road a matter of justice to tho ofllcers of our Knoxvlllo and Ohio road and to tho Trustees of tho Cincinnati fund. As most everybody interested in this .project knows, tho city of Cincinnati has appropriated ten millions of dollars for the construction of a railroad from that city Southward into East Tennessee. Delayed by litigation and other embarrassing ob stacles, tho T...

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. — 27 November 1872

mblk Witthh OLhxamtk, Mcbncsban, Dobcmkr 27, 16?a. Jiuimii ti,vi,ahv. 1 nirnrv tiMot WEDNESDAY, . . . NOV. 27, 1872. Protecting 1'cach Trcos, 1. Stownrt, of (ho Ml. Lebanon Slinfccrs, communicated to tho Parmer's Club of Now York n inodo of protecting peach trees from tho grub which infests their roots. It consists of a mlxturo of ono peck un bleached nshes, one quart Hue salt, ono pint Hour of sulphur, four quarts bono meal or phosphate of lime, and two quarts lino sea gravel. Hodugcloso around tho roots of about ono dozen trees, somo of them badly aflect cd with tho grub, and put about a pint of uio mixiuro tigut around tlio body lis rrnsres Apcnrnnro ot the Discnio nt Clinttnnuosn. Tho malady, which has pursued its march from tho Canadas Southward without Interrup tion, has now rcaehod Chattanooga, nnd sever al ox teams have mado their appenranco on tho slrocts. Yesterday n pair of oxon woro sont to that city from Knoxvlllo for tho Express Com pany, to bo usod in caso tho horses ...

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. — 27 November 1872

xoMlt gjtftthlfl 0iwk ffltoittsbaiT, iubaivbcu Z7, 1B7S. THE PRICE OP LEATHER ADVANCED IX ROSTOS. NOW IS THE TIME FInnnclal. jstovcH nntt Tinware. -TO- K. -it. 3tcClunfc-,rt. It. It. Ilcnrdcn. V. l"t. Sam. House, Cashier. Moxoie & DePue. The ercatot wonder or tlio ngo i tlio unbounded 8 o cen nnd unrnrallclcd ropularlty of the StOTo "IFASHION." 1'crils Attending Railroad Iliiildlng in llio Northwest. Help the Good Cause -AND- COMMERCIAL BANK, TO GET A GOOD PAPER Eight Hundred Track-Layers Cut off from Supplies. Destructive Conflagration at Galena Loss $350,000. Two Vessels Lost at Sea with all on Hoard. 1C.1IMC0.VI TIUXP ETECTI Ko Is Compelled to IlcorRC Ills Itl-fJot-ton () I us. New Yokk.Nov 21-Tho Times states that Gen. McClellan, President of the Atlantic and Great Western It. It., seized tho books of the manager atMcadville, Pcnu., show ing tho persistent stealing of tho inanngcr, who disgorged $75,000 and resigned. rcKeen, Gentry and Daily, navo aban doned Stokes, New coun...

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. — 27 November 1872

mbik BBIwkljj (kljrmuclc, Mrimcsbaj), D'jobcmbcr Z 1872. 2Tbc McchliT Cbrmuclc. RULE St KICKS, rublishors, Vttmbcr 10 Market Place, East Side. tkii.iin or nihincru-tiox. Ono copy, cno year, ti 00 Ono copy, fix month; 1 00 Ten copies, ono year, 16 SO Twenty copies, ono year SO 00 WEDNESDAY NOVEMIJEK 27, 1872. We publish in another column an Inter eating artielo about " Klntergartcns," such n school would prove n valuablo addition to our educational Interests and would bo highly appreciated by many mothers. Hon. W. F. Cooi'ER has been appointed Chancellor by Gov. Brown for the Nash ville Chancery Division, vcc Hon. E. H. East resigned. Mr. Cooper ranks very high in his profession and will faithfully and ably dischargo tho important duties of ills ofllce. Tun "tidal wave" seems to bo rolling on in Tennessee. Tho Republicans swept Chattanooga, though an Independent Re publican candidate for Mayor dlvidod tho forces. Even'postponin ho election wil hardly save somo of our present authori ...

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. — 27 November 1872

nubilk Sfflcchlg miclc Sffilctmcstoiji, Dobtmbcr a?, 1372. S WEDNESDAY . . . NOVEMBKK 27, 1672. HFECTJIEN COPIES Of the CilitoxrcLK mulled free to any adJress on up Mention. ravks of aiveiiti.sinu in weekly. Ten lines, or less, solid, to constitute a square. 3 a a m I i a $ 6 60,$ 9 00!$15 00 10 60 lli 60 27 00 H 50 211 60 1 37 50 M 001 30 P0i 45 HO 23 00' 30 60 55 60 Square 8 1 M $ 3 fiO 3 4 60 2 Squilroi 3 00 0 00 8 50 3qunro ! 4 60, 'J 00 II MJ 4 Squares 'I 0 (10 11 50' 14 00 5 Squares 7 60114 00 10 60 Wanted. T0 IIIUK, A FIKST CLASS fll'N AND LOCK JL Sltllll.'.tu whom liberal wnffcs will Imriild. Call on or addross fc-. V, ANUEI), oct22d2twtf Knoxville, Tenn. tiii: iionsr. ji.vi.ady not is knox yiei.e. At tho hour of going to press thcro is not a caso of horso sickness in Knoxville. Somo horses in tho country about Knoxvilio havo had somo sicknoss, but they urn bettor, and it is now clearly shown thnt not n case of tho dis ease is in tho city. Farmers can como in with their hors...

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. — 27 November 1872

6 WEDNESDAY .TTifOVEMDEK 27,187i FIE03I THE STATE CAPITAL. i-ouiiml Complexion ami Oruiilm- lion fil llie.Nrxl LrcNliiliirc. Speeinl Correspondence of the Chronicle. Xashvillk, Nov. 10. IS sojourn of two days in the Stato f'at.l- uu mis iinpresseu me in a striking maimer I . . ... with the fact that a irre.it clmnm, i, fL- place in the political attiiosplieresurround- " 0. .....v.. ing nils locality even greater than I had Miipposed-the great "tidal wave" which "wept over the State on the Cth of Novem. ner, sweeping away much of the bitter uis and partisan prejudice which cursed iennesseo under the rule of the military .t.... mi. -!.. . . . . . ,,UK' '""I- ring is now uroisen and It Is to Do Hoped forever. It could not stand the herculean blows of Andrew Johnson, uinibined with the incisive, aircressivo. convincing logic of Horace Mnynard. For ine nrst, time since the war.through the in dependent candidacy for Congress of Ex- J resident Johnson, an opportunity pre rented itself for ...

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. — 27 November 1872

Jliuwfrillc Mcchln mudc, Mcbncsbnjj, $tobcmbcr Z7t 187S. n rl A I M h N 1 N M a K II Ellin I Tl ST TJnl Tnl I - - - . - - - - . Tho author of tho nrUcle.s In lati Issues of tho Memphis Appeal, In which tho Southern people nro seriously advised not to glvo employment ornlil to the colored race, Is beyond doubt of unsound mind, Wo do not see how n writer In full posses sion of ordinary menial powers could seri ously urge such n destructive nnd foolish policy upon tho South. The great trouble with us now is, there nro not half enough working people in our borders. Not one third of tho tillable land of tho Southern States is cultivated. Tho secret of her slow recuperation is, that there is not onough laborers nt work In her cotton, to bacco and corn Holds. If her wnsto llelds were given away to laborers who would cultivate them, or if her half-worked farms wero divided and sold at half-price to industrious men who would raise good crops from them, In five years every landholder would be...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 27 November 1872

8 giirebUIc Mtthh tfjjrmiolc, SKdrnttbitji, gtobtMkr a?, 1872. my CHONK. It is not bcnvy, agonizing woe, Hearing mo down with hopeless, crushing weight, No ray of comfort in tho gathering gloom, V heart bereaved, n housohold desolate; It is notjsicknes, with her working hnnd, Keeping ono low upon a couch of pain, Longing each morning for tho dreary night, At night for tho dreary duy to como again ; It. is notslander, with her evil tongue; "Pis no presumptuous fin against my gracious God j No reputation lost, or friends betrayed That such is not my cross I thank my God. Mine is a daily cross of petty cares, Ofliltlo duties pressing on my heart, Of little troubles hurd to rcconcilo Of inward struggles ovcrcomo In part. My feet aro weary in their daily round, My heart is weary of its daily care, My sinful naturo often doth rebel ; I pray for grace my daily cross to bear. It is not heavy, Lord, yet oft I pine j It is not heavy, but 'tis everywhere, Hy day and night each hour my cross 1 ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 4 December 1872

- , " r-TTTT " U V. VOL. III. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER -1, 1S72. NO. 36. PACTS ABOUT EAST TENNESSEE. NO. JiXXXVlI. MARBLE POE THE ST. LOUIS CUSTOM HOUSE. As the papers arc giving some attention to the merits of thodlfl'ercnt kinds of stone outof which itls proposed to build the new custom house at St. Louis, wohavo thought It no moro than due our Knoxville marble to give some facts concerning it that are worthy of the consideration of the St. Louis people. , The quarry from which tho marble used in our custom house is taken, seems in ex haustible. We visited it when it was first opened, and we visited it yesterday only to find that all tho stone taken out for our large and beautiful new building, has scarcely made an impression upon the vast bed of solid marble that now lies exposed. It is on the edge of tho Tennessee river, on a high Mull' about four miles East of Knoxville,and the marble in abed about a quarter of a mile wido and running back fully a mile, seems to bo...

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. — 4 December 1872

lnoIriIIc Mcchlg d0mdc, Mttwcsbm), gmmbcr At 1B72. "WEDNESDAY DEC. 4, 1872. FiUBM AND IIOIHE. BETTER ROADS, "Wo greatly need n better system of pub lic ronds In 12ast Tennessee, Most of our principal highways aro In bad condition, have been for years and will continue to bo as long as our present system of keeping them up remains unchanged. As our law now stands, tho men who nro required to work upon tho road nro tho very class who havotho least interest In keeping them In good order. It would naturally bo sup posed that tho landholders, tho men who havo farm products to haul on tho publio roads aro tho men interested in keeping them in condition. Weshould suppose that tho manufacturers and trading public are moro concerned in good roads than men who never havo a load of produco to trans port. Every consumer Is interested in hav ing better roads. Every producerisconcem cd in having better roads. Every body, in short, would bo benefitted by a system of highways that would cheapen tra...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 4 December 1872

WASIIINGTOX. I'rctl. Iiondnw nu Civil hcrvlro Ilclorni NnpiinNrd Keflex of llio IrCKliIriifn View in n jteiiy. Special Dkpatch to tho Times and Chronicle. Washington, Nov. 22 j.n cuuoriai in l-'red. Douglass' paper Una week, attacking civil scrvico reform, uiwuiuuticu cuimiucrnujo attention ncrq, Hon circles. It la replied to bv tho Rent,?, ucan to-uay. in a signuicant Uoublc-lemled editorial, which is understood to reflect "o iwhuiuchw oi j.-resiuent urnnt. ana snows mat tho latter has modified Ids for mer views. Mr. DouRlass. In 1i!b article cuarges that civil service- reform places enemies of tho nepubllcan party, and liVfin nvnurpil rnfmlu .. ,i vJ.-.,i. with hardworking Republicans, however competent nnd honost. "Tho oftlnps." Mr. Douglass says, "should bo illled by tho men wuo won tho recent victory at the polls, and preserved tho nation lrom tho calamity wuicit threatened it." Tlie Republican's editorial nays : "Tho rreswent haw lately given tho entire nucs linn a fnnrl ilnnl...

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. — 4 December 1872

xaxbilk M'cdilj) 0mdc, lcimcsuii, gcrcmbcr A 1872, Wht Mcchln Cbnmiclc. j 'o o RULE & HICKS, Publishers, timber 19 Market J'lacc, Jlasl Side. ti:h.iis or simsuiui'Tiox. Ono cnpy, ono year $2 00 Ono copy, six months, 1 00 Ten copies, nno year, 1G 50 Twenty copies, ono year, 30 00 "WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 0, 1872. Tin; Athens Post thinks Mr. Maynnrd wants to bo President. Well, if ho does, Mr. Post, you can never Cheat-ham out of it. Jukmks Wjiiti: wants to be Speaker of tlio State Senate, lie is "playing high" for It. Ho won't bluff Eb. James, how over. You mustcomp., young men. Tun proposition of the New York Tri bune that the electors chosen in Democrat ic States voto for General Grant, is signifi cant as to the future courso of tho paper. The electors meet to-morrow and consider able interest will attend their action. Wv invito attention to tho statistics giv en in another column of tho work of tho American Sunday School Union in Ten nessee. It speaks eloquently for tho great cause...

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. — 4 December 1872

ln0btllc Mcchln dDJjnmitlc SMcfcncs&ajj, lcrcmbc,r 1872 , . . DECEMBER 1, 1874, Nl'KCISIKX COl'ir.M Of the Chronicle mailed free to nny nJJrojj on ar l lleation. ItATKS Of AnVI'.ilTISINU IX WKKKIYV. Ten lines, or lew, solid; to constitute a square. S H M H 1 Square 2 Squares 3 Squares 4touaros $ 1 60,$ 3 50 $ 4 60.$ 6 60 8 9 00'SIS 00 3 00 U W J 00 11 60 14 00 8 60 10 60 10 601 23 60 30 00 30 501 27 00 37 60 4S 00 65 50 4 50 B 00 7 60 11 bO It 00 It) 60 14 60 lit 00 23 00 5 Squares I II I "Wanted. TOclJinE..A FIRST CLASS OCX" AND LOCK bMirilto uhoin liberal wages will ho raM. Call cn r address S. 1 AN(IK1 PCt2M2twtf Knoxville.Tenn. IMrd. In Blount county, East Tonnci'oe, Nov. 20, 1872, Nellie, youngest daughter of A. 1). und M. 15. Knor, aged flvo years and thrco months. Cincinnati papers plcaso copy.- Diicklottn Itnllroml. On Saturday tho 11th day of December tho fancritl of Bradley county will hold an election m each voting precinct upon tho proposition of Uradley County Court...

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. — 4 December 1872

3 WEDNESDAY DECEMBEK 4, 1872. THOMAS NAST. mime inlrrpNtluir Fuel Alionl III Work ' nml Illc. A NoW York corrcspomlcnt hns visited in list, tlie greatest living caricaturist, nt. Ills home in Morristown, New Jersey, nnd gives these interesting items concerning liiin : Sixty minutes from Christopher Street furry over tlie .New Jersey salt meadows, and through the Morris and Essex Tunnel, aim we were at the home of tliu prr-nt. mr. iwituriat. Xast met us at the depot, nnd a an uuie wiiik urougni us 10 ins ciiarmlng little cottage, tilled with pictures, homo comforts, and four lovely angel babes. Presiding over all this happiness was a young blonde Yankee wife, with brown hair, graceful form, nnd delicate damask cheeks that would bring the blush to a jersey pencil. After 12 o'clock lunch wo went up with iNnsc to ins little cottage studio the room where he hns worked out ull those funny political cartoons for Harper's, which have amused the public, killed Mr. Greeley, and made Ornnt Prp...

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. — 4 December 1872

Itiwbillc Mcthlj) Cljrnniclc, MctasiM), gcrcmkr ft, 187a. HORACE J3REELEY DEAD. GRADUAL FAILURE OF MIND AND BODY, He Fails to Recognize Thurlow Weed. HOME NEWS. DEATH OF Jilt, f IIIF.KI.KY. Bcfttriictlve l'irc lu New YorkDiwiingr 8100,000. OPINIONS 01' TIIK NEW YOKK PRESS. Nkw York, Nov. 23. This morning's Tribune says : "Wo aro deeply pained to Bay, Hint within tho lust thlrty-slx hours Mr. Greeley's condition has greatly chang ed for tho worse. Through yesterday ho remained nearly all tho time unconscious. In a counsel of some of tho most eminent physicians in tho city only one was with out hone, but all regarded tho case as criti cal auu alarming." Tho World says there seems to be good rcuson for bellovlng that, tho tiuleting ns flurances of Mr. Greeley's friends as to tho Btatoof his mental health are not borne out by oxact facts. Wo aro informed upon good authority that within tho past two days Mr. Greeley has beou examined by two experts, one tho head of a well known Asylum, a...

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 December 1872

gtMH-billc SSfeihlj irwrlc, tcbncsban, $ttmbtt.&, ,182,.,, .8 WW 1 i CIRCLE. HOME tiii: nviN win:. Tho following beautiful picco of poetry was sent to us by "A Header" of tho CunoNicLK, suggesting thnt in viow of tlio Into sad borcavo merit in our city it would bo appreciated by many renders. Wo cheorfully givo it plnco nnd tliunk "a reader" for his or her thoughtfulncss: L-fy tho gem upon my bosom, M. Lot mo fool her swcot warm breath j For a strong chill o'er mo passes, And I know that it is death. I would gazo Upon thn treasure Scarcely given cro I go Feel her rosy, dimpled lingers Wander o cr my cheok of snow. 1 am passing through tho waters, But a blessed shoro appears s Kneel besido mo, husband dearest, Let mo kiss away thy tears, Wrestlo with thy griel, my husband, Strivo from midnightunto day, It may lenve an angel's blessing AS'hen it vanishes away. Lnv tho gom upon my bosom, 'Tis not long sho can bo thero ; .Sco ! how to my heart sho nestles, 'Tis tho pearl I lovo to w...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 4 December 1872

1 kdtthJ,:. r aa a imb i ia , mi i i i w . S U P P L E M E N" T . VOI, HI. KNOXVILIjB, TENN., WEDNESDAY. DEGEMBEK 4. 1872. NO. 36. LAWS OF TUB UNITED STATES, frnscJ nl tlic Second Session of tho Forty Srcmid Congress. iTiiMMir,:i ii v AtrrnoMTT.1 I I'Oh 1'. KOADS COXTINL'KlO F-ont Blooiningdalc. vin Mnrlon Centre. lo I'loronei!. From Minneapolis, via Salt ('reck Val- J,ey, to Cawkcr City. L...... 1.-11 ii. ..1. . t hi.. . i-iuiii jyiiauuiin, viu jewel uuy, to Jrand Island, in Nebraska. i roin Concordia to Ashoville. From Contruliu, via Neuchatel, to Vien- a. From Concordia, via Oak Creek and Pl- l ot Kouk, to Zahnvillc. i From Sumner Cltv. via Chicask. to iJaldwcll. 1'roin Jewel Cltv, v a Delta Cltv. to IWhlto Rock. r rom Russell Station, via Paradise Creek. divert Creek, Osborne City, Gaylord, Hal lard, Covington, and Waterloo, to Fort iivearuey, iNeurasKa. from Wichita, via Sumner Citv. Cald- Iwell, Clieyeune, Washita Agencies, and Ifort Hill, to Jackson, Toxas. From Wichita to WH...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 4 December 1872

Chief trtiuipL'tcr.-s (if cavalry', twenty Jlvo dollars. Arlnolpal intistulmia of artillery, andlln-, fiiutry, twenty-two dollars. $ g , Saddler .Sergeants of cavalry, twenty two dollars. First Sergeants of cavalry, artillery, and infantry, twenty-two dollars. Sergeants of cavalry, nrtlllery, and In fantry, seventeen dollars. Corporals of cavalry and light artillery, llftccn dollars. Corporals of artillery and infantry, Hf ti'on dollars. Saddlers of artillery, llftccn dollars. Blacksmiths and farriers of cavalry, llf tccn dollars. Trumpeters of cavalry, thirteen dollars. Musicians of artillery and Infantry, thirteen dollars. Hospital stewards, first-class, thirty dol lars. Hospital stewards, second class, twenty two dollars. Hospital stewards, third clas-, twenty dollars. Ordnance sergeants of posts, thirty-four dollars. Quartermaster sergeants of engineers, lliirty-hix dollars. Sergeants of engineers and ordnance, thirty-four dollars. Corporals of engineers and ordnance, twenty dol...

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 December 1872

3 . VOL. III. KNOXYILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER H. 1872. NO. 37. FACTS ABOUT EAST TENNESSEE. NO. IiXXXVIII. OUR IRON INTERESTS. iconic I'iicIh About Uie Iron Intercuts of llonne Connly. Tho Chronicle takes pleasure) in Riving in formation nbout ovory enterprise tending to de volop our mineral interests and build up tho workshops of Tennossco. Tho "Oakdolo Iron Company of Roano County, Tcnnt-sseo," is a now cntcrpriso rapidly assuming grand pro portions. A correspondent in Now York ac quainted with tho operations of tho Company writes as follows : New York, Dec. 3, 1872. Messrs. Jtule & Kicks : Gentlemen : 'Will you please mall to our Now York offl'co n fow specimen copies of your Chronicle, selecting, if you convonicntly can, copies containing articles upon iron and tho mineral resources of 1'nst Tonnessco. "3our articles on this subject aro attrocttng much at tention hero, and in reply to tho.many inquicrs who know something of our own cntcrpriso, wo tind tho readiest and m...

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 December 1872

in0MI(c ftulcckln (j&jjrnnidc, McbmsbaB, gtcfmbcr 11, 1872. "WEDNESDAY DEO. 11, 1872 jtajxm and home. OUR WORST ENEMIES. Tlioro is tt largo landholder near ono of our neighboring towns who owns ono thousand acres of flno land Immediately surrounding tho place. Ono of Its citizens, pointing to It some days ngo, said : "Thero is a splendid tract of land, two-thirds of which lies uncultivated. Tho owner i fuses to sell it and has entailed it to his children as far in tho futuro as our laws wilt (permit. A neighbor near by hold ing not fjulto so much, but equally as fer tllo land, is pursuing the samo policy." "Thesomen," said our informant, "speak right out and say they don't want immi gration. They propose to hold their lands and cripplo us." Tho town referred to is partly hemmed in by such farmers and it is scarcely necessary to say that for tho last six years hardly a single now liouso has been built. If tho exclusive pol icy of tho Chinese were carried out and a huge wall built...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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