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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blount County democrat. — 31 July 1879

x$ 1 4ii tatfiii . rv in N 1 I H I I Ml I. H M VOL. I. MARYVILLE, TENN., THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1879. NO. 11. 1 COUNTY DIRECTORY. Circuit Court Hon. S. A. Rodger, Judge; W.C. Chuinlca, Clerk. Court meet the fourth Monday in January, May and September. Chancery Court Hon. W. h. Staley, Chancellor; K. (Joddard, C. & M. Court meets second Mondays in June and December. County Court S. L. Greer, Chairman. Quarterly terms first Mondays in Janua ry, April, July and October. Quorum session first Mondays in each months. J. A. Greer, Clerk; John C. M. Hogle, Deputy Clerk. A. M. Rule, High Sheriff. Deputy Sheriffs II. M. Edmondson, W. W. Freshour, John Armstrong, A. Gamble. Trustee James A. Ooddard, Register J. N. Kadgett. Coroner II. O. Willson-. Surveyor J. C. M. Bogle. Suierintendeiitof Public Instruction Franklin Elliott. Olliee in the Ma-y-ville Normal und Preparatory School, in West Mary ville. JUSTICES OF TUB PEAC E. 1st Dist. II. L. W. Johnson, II. C. Tedford. 2d Dint John P. Rhea, S. ...

Publication Title: Blount County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Blount County democrat. — 31 July 1879

o THE DEMOCRAT. Terms of Subscription. ( copy one year, - l.M One cojiy uix months, .'' One cojiy three months, 'M Advet'thhty Jlntcs Liberal. THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1871). Voter, don't forget the day of elec tion. It occurs on Thursday, the 7th day of August. Kuoxvillc Chronicle : The news from our exchanges is encouraging in re gard to the State debt question. The State credit arty is certainly grow ing, and much more interest is being manifested in the approaching elec tion. Cleveland Bauncr: When you come across a man now-a-days, who says he is opposed to paying the State debt at 50 cents in the dollar, if yon Avill sound hint properly you will find out that he is opposed to paying any thing. Eastern Sentinel : 'To vote or not to vote, that is the question." Whether it is nobler in Tennesscans to sailer bankruptcy and vain or to come up squarely against a sea of bullets and abuses and by voting for this compro mise forever end the trouble. Knoxvillc Dispatch : The friends of the com...

Publication Title: Blount County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Blount County democrat. — 31 July 1879

aoo0 0 a fc THE DEMOCRAT. THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1879. Tax-Payers Meeting:. We bave been requested to announce that there will 1 a meeting of the tax-payers, of all parties, who favor the adoption of the proposition to compromise the State debt nt M aud 4, in the Circuit Court Clerk's room at the Female Institute, in Maryville, at 1 o'clock p. m., Monday, Aujjutit 4th, for the purpose of taking steps to secure as full a vote an possible in the county, at the election to be held August the 7th, to adopt or reject the said projKwition to compromise tho Stato debt. Speeches will be made on the occasion. AKOUND TOWN. A large number o country people were in town last Friday. Mr. Chas. T. Cates is building an ad dition to his residence. ... Mr. Wui. Conning Iiub bad a new brick pavement laid in front of his store. Dr. Fulton has a pretty fawn in his yard, which he got in the mountains last week. The citizens of High Street are having a new brick pavement laid on one side of the street, from M...

Publication Title: Blount County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Blount County democrat. — 31 July 1879

O Occcoo3ClS o THE DEMOCRAT. THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1879. Farm and Household, The Creed for a Farmer. "We believe in email farms and thorough cultivation. "We believe the earth loves to cat as well as the owner, and ought, there fore, to be well manured. "We belicvo in going to the bottom of things, and therefore, deep flowing, and enough of it. All the better if it be a subsoil plow. "We believe in large crops which leave land better than they found it, making both the farm and the farmer rich at once. "We believe that every farmer hhould own a good farm. "We believe that the fertilizer of any soil is a spirit of industry, enterprise, and intelligence; with these, lime, gypsum, guano will be of little use. We believe in good fences, good farm-houses, good on hards, and good children enough to gather the fruit. "We believe in a clean kitchen, a neat wife in it, a clean cupboard, a dairy and a clean eonsienec. We believe to ask a man's advice is not stooping, but of much beuelit. "We bel...

Publication Title: Blount County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blount County democrat. — 17 March 1880

O O Q " u VOL. I. MARYTTLLE, TENK, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, 1880 NO. 43 1 "MM) THE DEMOCRAT. Terras cf Subscription. Oaaeopy one year, ....... 1.00 Oat oopy six mouths CO Oa copy threo months, ...... ja Adverliclng Rate Liberal. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, 1880. ANNIVERSAIUES OF MARCH. A List of Prominent Events. The 1st of March witnessed the opening of the negotiations which ter minated the Crimean war. On the 2d the present Czar of Russia succeeded his father Nicholas, and Gen. Sherman defeated Early at Waynesboro. The San Stefano treaty marks Die 4th. The 4th is memorable for Washing ton's seizure of Dorchester Heights, which made the English position in Boston untenable. The "Boston mas sacre" of 1770 occurred on the 5th. The Cth and 7th witnessed Napoleon's victory at Cranoe and his defeat at Laon. in 1814. On the 8th occurred the Merri mac's attack upon the Fed eral squadron in Hampton Hoads; the IHh her famous combat with the Erics non Monitor. The latter day is like wise notable for t...

Publication Title: Blount County Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Blount County democrat. — 17 March 1880

wf IP BURG HE? CtBB JL3 We have by far the largest and most attractive stock of goods we have ever had, and notwithstanding the large advances in all classes of goods, we will he able to offer most of ours at OLD PRICES and some for even LESS THAN OLD PRICES. Dress Goods. All Wool Black French Cashmeres. All Wool Colored French Cashmeres. Striped Summer Silts, UlackGro Grain BUka. . Black Alpacas and Mohairs ; Colored Alpacas and Mohairs. Brocadod and Lace Striped Buntings in all tho new shades. Grenadinos, Silk Tongco; Brocaded Tissues, t. ,OJ . . - Lawns, Percales and Dress Linens ; Ham, PckiStripcs and Brocaded Satins and Silks to match all tho colors of Dress Goods. Millinery Goods. Wo hare a beautiful Line of Ladies', Misses' and Children's Hats, in all the new shapes Trimmed and Untrimmed ; Gro Grain, Satin, Pekin Stripe and Brocaded Ribbons, all qualities and shades. Trimming Silks, Ostrich and Cashmere Tlumes, Ostrich Tips, French and American Artificial Flowers, and Hat Orn...

Publication Title: Blount County Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Blount County democrat. — 17 March 1880

"TPS' " of p 8 Is respectfully called to the fact that ire now have IN STORE a FULL LINE of SPRING' GOODS- l.'V Men's, Youths' and Boys' v. ' i tttfctift frfct niifi, Consistino; in- Clothing', Boots and Shoes, NOTIONS, COTTONADKS, 0WRC8, 60-1 TICKINGS, LACES, I1BR0IDIIIES, LADM' TRIMMED & UNTHI JHIKl) HATS fiifiboas, m&m Miic&lg, -Hewpotf fies," & Handsomest to at Soe Mai ; STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES-the most complete stock in the market. We also have a great many articles in the ?':v.l)Rt G AND HARDWARE LINE, wliicli ire sell at close figures. H. :u" .'. f V; u . '.nidlmlk of .our.Goods arc bought in lic East at SPOT CASH TRICES, ami we arc confident that we can compete with anv other houses in both QUALITY ND PRICES We are T'jviriifil by. the old iiifixlin of ''DEMAND AND SUPPLY," and never carry a large stock of any OXE LINE wo are therein' able to show our customers EW GOJDS EVERY WEEK IN THE YEAR. Will be pleased to show our Goods at any time, and respectfully ...

Publication Title: Blount County Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Blount County democrat. — 17 March 1880

"A i; THE DEMOCRAT, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 172680. cr!.o toil mightily Tliev have, Fcant TALTJAOIL- JlZTBl.tTifvV.n'i I )i?Y,rii ii 1.7 KsV. 'XU l-.nio ta'-e te v: .."-NalrJ: rx'-!. 53. Tin utter (Vraolition of ;he Aeiytf iin host wit here rrclictetl. Xot only rol-uit men ahcul.l p forth end gath er the eno'.ls of ronjueft, l-ct cveu ir.cn crippled of anw and crippled of foot should eo cut ami capture much that waa valuable. Their tI:jsIc&1 dlsadTantaerce ahoulu i.ot hinder ilic-i wett tnrlchmcat, So it has bron in the raBt so it is now, to it will lm In the future. 80 It U la all department:; Men labor umler eopm!c'!y crezt dis advantages, and timid the most un favorable c in umstinrca, yet making hlMtli for iho wcrl.l, rreat blc-ir. for tho church ; cud co "the Itme tal;e thfinrcv." Thero are thoc la all commur.'.tks for a livelihood. -wafroR. Pernors they are Uiscajea, or Lavo Thvsical inllrnr.iics. so that tb are hindered from dotes & continuous day's y. ork. A city mUsior.ary...

Publication Title: Blount County Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blount County democrat. — 14 April 1880

x i ..'I ' i r ii VOL.1. MARYVILLE, TENN, WEDNESD AY, APRIL 14, 1880. NO. 47. 1 "Sitiiil ir Hi if r , r i i ! ; msf THE DRMnnRAT. 5' ; fr r Terms of Subscription. 0ku topy one year, . . . . .;. . One copy six nionthn, . . I . On-'cnpy three months, A'dreritilny Hates Liberal. 1.00 M 25 From -Hancock County. Ul.AClCWXTEIt, IfAXOOCK CoTkXW., ; ; , - April 8, 1880. $ ljnrrons DKMoritAT! - - - - Tbi(ikjig,( perhaps, a few items from these' parts "would be interesting to Spw readers, I have concluded to try my hand again .as a correspondent for J-our.liiterestiiijj little paper. ' " Our "rrain men have returned from tJhittanooga, and the country. is flood ed willuuoncy. ... J 1 Jhcrc are several cases of typlioid fever in this vicinity,. now, some dan Igerously afflicted, some convalescent and some have died. Tis hojicd tliat ,th'(i prevailing discrise, will abate, r We have had a, good revival of re ligion, oir Newman's Ridge, a few days previous to, this. A great many frofesMotis were ...

Publication Title: Blount County Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Blount County democrat. — 14 April 1880

o THE DEMOCRAT. It. X. JIOODf Editor. WEDNESDAY; APRIL .11, 1880. from llic Knoxvillo Chronicle Ave see that a Republican Congressional Convention, for the Second District, is railed, to meet at Knoxvillc on tlie 21th of next June, for the purpose of nominating a caudidate for Congress. The basis of representation is fixed at one- vote for every. 200 or fraction thereof of the Republican vote cast in the last. Sheriff's election in the several coujities. Tlie Society of Friends deserve preat credit for the way they arc managing their school. They have five professors, and elegant school rooms with accommodations of all kind, for Btudcnts from a distanced The tuition is cheapo and the board is al most nothing. Everything is taught that can be taught at the College, and the school lias the advantage over the College of not being "mixed." The Index intimates that .it . is strange that the County Court should have misunderstood us, when we ad vised it that in our opinion the county coul...

Publication Title: Blount County Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Blount County democrat. — 14 April 1880

THE 'DEMOCOAT Jf "WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 1880.. tSf JJilsines rnJn4-lfoi receive No. of, the Democrat, wiihikh para graph marked, will please keep a sharp look out for our advertising agent who will give them a' call . in a ew: days, He is not afraid of bull -dogs nor shot guns, aud can carry with him a.- valise of clean clothes and three months' ra tions,-and -ncrer-leaves -a business' house until hq gets an- ad. or reduces! the managers'to the last -iota -of pa-.' tience. Be warned in time, and have your advertisement wrote out. and ready fur him. 'Our' cir&ilafioh is koxA 550, mainly in Blount county includ ing the Lest citizens in our county. RAILROAD TIME TABLE. Knoxville & Augusta 11. II. Leaves Mary ville for Knoxville at 8 : 00 A. M.; arrives at 9:20 A. M. ' Leaves Knoxville for Maryvilleat4 P. M. arrives; at 5 :20 P. M. Call for a State Democratic Convention. Nashville, March 5, 1880. A con vention of the Democratic party of Ten nessee is called to meet in the Hall of...

Publication Title: Blount County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Blount County democrat. — 14 April 1880

THE DEMOCRAT. WEDNESDAY, Al'lllL U, 1880. Why the Puzzle of Fifteen 1m Now Prohibited in the White House. 'Twjh In the Whit House parlor, At the portly hour of nine, lb at Mr. llayet was trying The puzzle to divine. The olive brandies clustered About his landed knee. And oft he tapped in silenco A cocktail made of tea. With eager eyes they watched him, As he slipped the blocks nlout, But vain were nil his effort To w ork the problem out. From 1 to A the numbers Were in their placed straight, And were nil the others, Except the 7 and 8. " Tin very odd," he murmured, 'Key tri up on eleven. And Sclmrz on 3, but somehow I stick on 8 or 11 "No matter how I move them, They're Mire to come the tame; How sliulrl pet the working Of thin pesky Fifteen Gamer" Then outspoke little Seotty, With gentle voice and low: "Why, pa, just write a letter To Aliunde Joe!" How to he a Gentleman. "We want a few prlrate words with the boys, frays the Parish Visitor. The truth is, we have a great idea of boys...

Publication Title: Blount County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blount County democrat. — 21 April 1880

rv .. , r i mmtt ts. Bv v r c - - r I ,oQ&X 'ii rmiMAThrV&LEi1 TENN., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21, 1 880; ' ' ' ';.'' NO.,48.- ;i; Id 0 tl I. i i ,1 M, II, . .... LI J THE DEMOCRAT,!. ' ...... . - t JJ J OiUopy ojm jear.J - - J.) One copy tx months, - v---so Ouftvepy tlirto momhs, ..'... 25 Advrrttnnff Jtulw Liberal. Ewfons DeMOfiXT : f t; ; 1 18) Itcrc whjiiota vlAic'jf ttcr flow, pidcpcudenecio sixty miles, cast "of 'tfacranicnlo-CiV, Cut!,1 AMiifaifre of .2,180 miles, ext a "'"fUyic- f mcftt of 'MorniAiis. at Saltf i .at had gon f hcrej wo ycara bf-W :hi l8i.' 'Thbre were? only two rVrtsn Ilia route-Fail Kcarnrt- jiiklfn)rt JlAfamV, UlhLcasf of 'tnd httfeby jMojn(alisan.l on jUiplt f IyqiI ' " f lie tie of imi'gratUif, fit ls:0,Vas Ujc Jargc. tlat )ccr ro, tie PI ai life in one season it was put down at ,IiP,0fX). , , Mc5c TVfi filijKtjicycJy f jndflc of ravel from alio'rse (earn to n6t ucintf aLlc 'o'niatc the u'suafoul- l,otraa,vlI-ban to Sacramento City, a distance, by the In ...

Publication Title: Blount County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Blount County democrat. — 21 April 1880

wo o-J o 0 coos iA THE DEMOCRAT. It. X. IIOOI), - WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21, 1SS0. The Index charges us with being a "loyal Presbyterian." We firmly, but respectfully, deny that we are "loyal" Presbyterian, or that we ever said so. If the actiouof tho County Court, with reference to our county debt, is repudiation, we would like to be in formed by the Index who is responsi ble for it, the Democratic or the Republican party? The Republicans have now twenty-eight Justices in the County Court, while tho Democrats have only eight. Search the Scrip tures and see if you can tell who is responsible, morally, religiously, or any other w,ay. Little Joey Rankin comes out like a little man and tries to make the im pression that he dhl not leave the College because he did not wnnt to graduate with a colored man, without expressly and emphatically denying it. Holy Joey eecms to be good , on quoting Scripture; and tho reason why we answer his piece will be found in tho 2Gth chapter and 5(h and 12th ver...

Publication Title: Blount County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Blount County democrat. — 21 April 1880

THK.'PKMOCHAt.'' Terms of Subscription. " One copy one year, . . . - . .J.oo Onei'opy hix uhiiuIih,. . -f , . ... ..50 One copy tbreo months, , -. ... Ad vert 11 ng Hate Liberal. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21, 1880. RAILROAD TIME TABLE.; Knoxville & Augusta It. It. Leaves Maryville for Knoxville at 8: 00 A. Mv; arrives at 0;20 A.M. .. .. leaves Knoxville for Maryville at 4 p. M. arrives; at 5: 2tyl. M. O Call for a State Democratic Convention. Nashvim.k, March. 5, 1S80.--A con vention 0 the Democratic' party of Ten nessee U called to meet in. the. Hall of the House of Representatives at Nash ville, at 12 M., onTuesday, June 8, 1830, for the purpose of selecting delegates to attend the National Democratic Coaven tion, to he held in Cincinnati, Ohio, on the 22d of June, 1SS0, and to choose Electors for the party in Teuuessee. By sanction of the State Executive. Committee. J no. W. Childrcss, Jr., Ch'm, Call for a Congressional Conven tion. By direction of the Democratic Con gressional Execu...

Publication Title: Blount County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Blount County democrat. — 21 April 1880

ITJI OB o Q 1 1 A W'HDXKSDAV, AIMMl C i hicli Uip.ilecedont, a cplorccj ip4 ,yitli:(Vi U-eUpiliam; 14 i)ktu'u- M" Iiatiift killed AVIio Killed TccuiiimIi? . .will ofV.t O'-fiiJiii' tha!l2cr wnf olln p,jii which Tcciimseh. The will is datl August !27. 1n7S. and hemicallH another color OiV 1VU i,U4irt . "all tliatrr'i tnjitJ money" comfii" to'iric from the L'nitcdl JStates (I'ovcriiuH'iit for services ren Iorcd a teaniMfcrj 8.11VI wherf Unye .iBlfd Totrtmilil intf. liwlwA fcfciJf, liiiiU r (ien. Harrison, etc.' liarncs is about fifly years of ae, lives at Xo. 17. Middle street, Allcjjhency, and has a larire faniilv. 'l'he dmiistiic;uilG..ta lu "house "alMMitPovoii years nro, and, remained IherG until his death-hi teiH (ember, 1S7S. Singular, -(o, .. relate,' liarncs' knowledge 'of the life' of ,1 lie! l.nfficril to' vli-eniplv limit mil A 1. thoujrh lie 'bad referred at (liflMeiil; times to Ids' life and Ids waVcxiioi Tncei yet these ft'niiiiHeeiiees had. slipped from his incmorv. Me....

Publication Title: Blount County Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blount County democrat. — 12 May 1880

"'"mrnn V VOL. I. MARYVILLE, TENK, WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1880. NO. 51. v II ? nr , III H! H M l Mm illffiilll 27tf Gllll, I L1C FT BE11IX1K The evenilif mitt hnrl sunk to rest, And wail the coming day; The moon, in all her glory'blest, ' Entreated her to stay. moftiinf eaiiie Tor us to part, ( J ' ' Jiome 6th(!r frli'iids to jrreetr i'thts saddest stroke, upon niytearC, ' ' Th bitter with Hie tweet. The plowman nt.,his tank liefnin, The woods with music rintf. Tlio skipping la in I) did have his fun, . Tiie birds began to sins.', But all of nature's sweetest strains Could not my heart revive; . . . : . ) The sobs, tho sighs, the bitter bains, Resultant from their cry. Kite lives in torn fair spot or lea; Her home is Kden's imrden; Of all the irirls 1 want to see, V' . , 31 y own sweet Dolly )' tuUun. . Her eyes are fair, her cheeks arc red,: ' Her nose like David's tower; ' Ber eyes are bright as new made lead, .But honey In the flower. " ' 3-., - FIIOM HANCOCK. Shorts from Dick.' ' Bl...

Publication Title: Blount County Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Blount County democrat. — 12 May 1880

ii.iiii)iiiirKl'jUu'twt'niii I'llli DliMOUHAT. It. X. HOOD, WEDNESDAY, MAY. 12, .18801 Call for a State Democratic JDonvention. N'asuvim.i:, March .", 1SS0. A con vention of the Democratic jmrty of Ten iickki'k i c:illnilt mi'ct in iliu Hall of ?he House of ISfprsi'in;it i Vftf at Xash viMn, at 12 .M., on Tiu'mhiy, .1 un S, 1HS0, for Mie purpose of selcelin h legates to atlt'Bil the NVioiial Democratic Conven tion, to In held in ("ineiiiiiati, Oliio, on tin I'M n'f ,innv 18SU, and to choose Kludus Jul tin' party in Tennessee. l!y H.iinrioii of tins Slate Executive C'OlllltlitltT. Jno. W. Ciiiuntcss, Jit., Cli'm. Call for a Oanurefc&ional Convention. P.y direction of the I c;nocratic Con jmi s.lonal Kiccutive oiniiiittoe of the S'-coinl ( 'ouurcssioiia! list ru l, a Convene tiini of the parly is hercliy culled to incut in KiMxvilli! m 12 ui., on the 2d day of July, 1W4U, i nominate, a candidate for Congress fur said District, nnd to transact such other Imsiness as may pinpoily co...

Publication Title: Blount County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Blount County democrat. — 12 May 1880

I THE DEMOCRAT, terms of Subscription. ' n cdjy miu ear, . -.... One copy Fix cioikIii- Or.o cony tkr-e months, . . . . ... Adtwrtitiny Hates Liberal. l.On 'ill 2S WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1880. One mora issui will nnmnLia . First Volume, of the Dkmocrat, when , many ,ot bur subscriptions expire. Many persons have . already , renewed their subscriptions, aud wc hope that ftll Others will nromntlv renew nt mwo Those; Msbiug to , have, their papers eiuppeu, win piease uotUy us. all iu- ,. arrears will please call and settle with Out'dclay! ' , RAILROAD TIME TABLE. - r i . - ' Knozvillo & Aiiariista It. It. Loaves Mary villi for Knoxville at8:00 j. n. arrives at J:2() A. M. Leaves Knoxville for Maryvilleat4 P. wi. ni m , ai H ; Zf 1. M, ICE CREAM! ICE CllEAM!! At Thomas Li bird's Confectionery store, Alarvville. For Sheriff. This week we' aiiuoiincc the name of John IL Pickens, of the 13th dis itrift of Blount county, as a candidate. for Sheritl". Mr. Pickens is a young man, and Is the s...

Publication Title: Blount County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Blount County democrat. — 12 May 1880

THE DEMOCRAT. WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1SS0. Ye Modern CJyrle. She wears a little turban cap, Ain't bothered now with trails, She packs n jjreat lnntlc, too, And coat witli long fcliin tails. She bends her elbows and her sine, JokH warped u, if she's tall, And hops just like a kangaroo Xealh her China parasol. T in t h i n for heal t h, too w eak to cook ; No energv, no life. She moves and struts a little while, And then she dies no wife. Yankee Doodle. The tune of '"Yankee Doodle" was known as 1 n r ago as Ihe reign of Charles I, and was sung to a nursery rhyme "Eucy Eocket lost her pocket." lu'the time of Cromwell it was sung lo the follow ing rhyme, in which the words, by which it is now Known, lirht appear : Yankee Doodle came to town, Upon a Kentish Pony; JI: Muck, a feather in his bat, An1 called it macaroni. It is supposed to have been written lo satirize Cromwell. In colonial times it was played by liritish bauds in this country.' and, by means of doggeral verses, was turned into ...

Publication Title: Blount County Democrat
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