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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 29 June 1870

KNDXVUiLK WKliKlA CHttONICnE, WY.ntiUAbkY, JUNK 20, 179. WEDNESDAY, JUNK 29, 1870. AnVlIRTIHIItO JTiATKH. Ten llncf, or lew, Nonpareil, to constitute a rnjuar. leinare, I insertion 05 1 Binnrc, 1 month ;i 00 iurc. 3 monthi 7 00 Itatinrwi Cnrdf, 2 square", per year, 25 00 K column, 3 months,. 12 00 l column, t) month, ,.. 22 00 K column, one your, 3S 00 ( column, 3 monthf is 00 H column, 6 months , ,10 00 Vj column, one year, 51 00 1 column, :i month, , ;m 00 1 column, 6 month,. , M 00 1 column, one year ...100 00 Notice In Local Column, Ten Cent per line. Terras for announcing candidates, 810. MofTiHBrii and deitbi inserted freo. All bills duo upon first insertion. Thoso of rcmilar advertisers to be rendered monthly. NPKCIMKX COPIKN Of the Chrimiclk Mailed freo to nny address on, up plication. Tke otter. Hereafter cath on gentlemen to beenme rnmlltbite; or matter nf ajiemonal nature, frill be ehnrai il for nutiher-tUemcnt. 1o. VrllllnmiT noil Ton, Ntoncnull, And other line brands of...

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. — 29 June 1870

FARM AND HOME. Till: CONTEST. The Trlnlof Ilrnper,'YcMcrtlny, From thg Daily Ciirosigi.c , Juno 21. In attempting to give ft report of tho contest between tho machines: entered yesterday, beforo tbo conunitteo mnko their report, wo will not r.vo our opinion n to their merits or demerits, Jmt will stnto horo, in justlco to our opinion, that all did oxcollontly, nnd nil deserve a fair' slmro of public favor: Iiulbs announced. Tho rule governing tho content were nn nounccd by Col. J. M. Davis, which were m follows: Enchmachlno was to reap ono ncro if wheat, tlio representatives of tho different nin chines wero nllowe'd to cut onc.hnlf of tills, and tho committee designated tho party to cut the other half, reserving tho privilege of submitting Iho machines to additional tests. Tho ground was laid oil' in lots of ono acre, und tlio position assigned each of the contestants by lot, POINTS OF C'U.NM'i'.UCTIOX. Tho mechanical construction, urtvtt mul aura- bility of tho machines aro to bo d...

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. — 29 June 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, 1870. I OUU NASHVILLE LETTEK. , , I i ' , From ouf Special Correspondent. ' t Nashyillk, Tejmj., Juno '20, 1870. " Oil wad tho power lomo gift to ido us, To seo ourselves ai ftthcra seo its. We'vo been there. Wr wont in tlio ollior night, nnd for ono long hour looked upon that grent modern invontion for spending muscle, time, bones tin J. moiioy tlio nknting rink. A friend of ours, a juvonile, by tlio by, nnd sweet on sovernl fjirln, who ndtniru the muslaclio ho s going to have, met us nnd insisted tlint avo should visit tlio place nnd look upon tho tiling. "Vo went, looked, nnd Ciitno out lully imprc.sed with tho wifdoin una good sense of tlint eccoiitrio philosopher, Cnrlylo, wlio, spenldng of tlio Kng iish people, wild, "Twenty-lfvo million of peo ple, mostlv fool-." lliul lio been writing nbout tho American people, we think ho would lmvo increased the quantity, for if ono hiu any notion tlint wo, ih n people, nro ono whit abend of ...

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. — 29 June 1870

KNOXVILLK WEEKLY CHHON'ICLE, W 14 UN 1081) AY, JUNE INTO. Mr.vscniNO thi: nAnr. nr kuma jtucr. nnowss. Wp measured tlio riotous baby Against the cottage wall A lily grew at tlio threshold. And tho boy was just as tall I A rnjnl ti(rcr Jlly i,, With snots of purple and cold, And tho heart llko a jeweled chalice, Tho fragrant dow to hold. Without tho blue birds whistled High up In tho old roof trees, And to and fro Rt tho window Th red roso rocked h r hers j And thowco rink lists of the baby Wcro never a inouxnt still. Snatching at shino and shadow That danced on the lattico till 1 ' His eyes were wiJo as blue-bells Ills mouth llko a flower unblown Two littlo fair lectjiko funny whitoinicc, Peered out from his snowy gown ; And wo thought, with a thrill of rapture. That yet had a touch nf pain, When June rolls nround with her roses, We'll mcasuro tho boy again. Ah me 1 In a darkened chamber, With the sunshine shut away. Through tears that fell llko a bitter rain, We measured the boy to...

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. — 6 July 1870

jjjte ' w y VOL. I. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY, JULY 0, 1870. , M LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. SPECIAL DISPATCHES. NASHVILLE. NASitviiiia:. July' 1. 1)111 to ston the payment of bonds Issued to the Mineral tome itnuromi, passea tniru reariing. uui to estauiisn a uriiiuniu Uourt lor Knox county, passed third rending. Mr. Horuberger introduced n, bill author izing County Couxtw to lay oil' counties in to civil districts. " Mr. White uttered a resolution appoint ing n committee to investigate whether the City Council of Nashville has infring ed on the Capitol grounds in crossing said grounds to improve Vine street, and au thorizing suit if necessary. The bill was amended by authorizing u conference with the city authorities, with a view to an amicable adjustment. Mr. Fleming introduced a resolution providing that when the House adjourns on Saturday, it shall remain until the fol lowing Tuesday, in order to properly ob serve our National Holiday, which was adopted. A bill was introduced and pa...

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. — 6 July 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE, WEDNESDAY, JULY 0, 1870. OKU HAKITACTVIUXM INTKniXTN. U horn I tiittimuriit Oircml liy one of our I.rndlii Clllxcnt. "Wo lire pleated to lcnrn tlint ono of our lead ing rniitiiliU lins ntirchnspd on Interest In the patent "Clover undOrasi Seed Gather," of 31 r. l'nul Dismuko ', of Gallatin, Wl'ennossce, nnd poposei to isecuro, if po'slblo, to this city the Dfneltts t.i flow from their" manufacture. To fcviiro this desirable end, Col. J no. Maxtor, tlio (fentleman referred to, has written to Mers. C. Aultman & Co., of Canton, Ohio, one of the. largest mat ufnetoris of agricultural implements in tlio United States, to innniro upon what conditions they 'will como to tills citv and cm giigo in tho manufacture of tho "Ciovcrnml Grass Seed Gatherer," nnd other agricultural imple ments, Asaninducemcnt,3Ir. Jlnxterha-notified theso gentlemen that they can havo ten acre of ground lying on Dendcnck's Creek, imiiifdia tely north of tho city part of tho lirooksi'...

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. — 6 July 1870

4 KNOX.VILLK WHKKIiY CHUOXK'LK, WEDNESDAY, JULY 0, 1870. OCIl NASHVILLE LETTEK. Sash and Rliad, &c. From our Special Correspondent.) Nashville. Tjs.vn., Juno 27, 1870. Tho week just pnst will long bo famous In tlio nnnals of Tennessee, ns lnnklng nn era In tho legislation of tlio Stato that will not soon be for gotten, and in which attempts liavo been mado to do much, when tho disagreeable fact returns to tho Solons that, though they may flatter them selves that thoy liavodono much, tho pcoplo will fail to discover it, and hold them to a strict ac count for tlio wnsto of timo and monoy which they hiWo squandered in tlio vain liopo to ac complish a trip to "Washington at tlio expenso of tho nation. Tho men on tho political chea-board nre be ing placed tor a, great game, that includes the coming Stato election and tlio choico of Congres sional representatives. Tho anxiety and caro manifested in fixing things i.s amusing to an out sider who observes simply to chroiiiclo the weak en...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 6 July 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE, WEDNESDAY, JULY 0, 1870. KT7IL.li: Jta TABWATER, ' PUBLISHERS. OFFICE: BROWNLOW'S OLD STAND, Knlrnncr on (i.VY NTltl'.l'r. r.notMclr. Uttwcen-Maltfnnd Hill ttrcots. ti'.kjih or .si'n.scnii'Tio.Y. One copy, cno ytar,.. Ono copy, tlx month? Ten copies, ono year 1 00 17 50 Twenty copies, tine year, 30 CO Tifty copies, ono year 02 fO "WEDNESDAY, JULY 0, 1870. WANTED. Four gentlemen of popularity, with clear record.-, to champion a defunct party in tho coming jutlicinl election. Apply to the President of the Dcmociatlc Convention on Monday. No reference required. THE COUNTY JUDGESHIP. Strumous eliorts have heen made by our Democratic friends, In the lust two or three day, toinduce Senator Luttrell totake the nice for County Judge on their ticket. It is said that he positively decline.. Who next, gentlemen? Are the claims of Judge Lewis and Mr. King to be ignored? A WHITE MAN'S PARTY. A "White Man's Barbecue" is announc ed to come otfat Richmond, Kentucky, on t...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 6 July 1870

WBDKMSDAY, . . . 7.7uy O.TsTO. AHTKRTININO IIATKN. Ten Unci, or less. Nonpareil, to comtltuto 11 snuaro. lsiaiire, 1 insertion i oil J square, 1 month Si J square, a months .,...., " 7 a A column, 3 months, , 5 no i column, fi month , ' v" no K column, ono year,.... ,,,,, '"' column, 3 month), IS 00 column, 0 month! .10 01 00 no no 10.1 nn Jjouew in jjc M Column, Ten Cent per line. Terms for announcing candidates, $10. MwtihroI and death inserted free. . All blll.t duo upon first Insertion. Thnso of regular ...-.i.t.tui, hi uu reuuercu mommy. NPKl'I.HKX 'OPH.N Of tho CimiiMctK Mailed free to any addres J on ap plication. Tnko Xoltcr. Jlrrtaftrr calli nn arnttemrn In Irramr mndidute, nr matter nf apermnnt nature, mil be chnrnrd for a advertisement. ii column, ono year, '" r,i ( 1 column, :tmenths ( 1 column, 6 months A,-, ( 1 column, ono year ....... .7..... ., 100 ( Accident. Yesterday afternoon, two small boys got into a difficulty about some childish matter, which resulted in one ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 6 July 1870

6 FARM AND HOME, MAKK TWAIN. Melancholy Result of Ills Attempt lo I'd It an Agricultural l'npcr. 1 did not tnko tho .temporary editorship of nn nurlciilturnl piiiier without misgiv ings. Neither would u landsmnu tnko tioniiimnd of iv nhip without iiiisgivliigH. Jlut I was in clrcuniHtiinct'.s thai nmdo tho nalnry nn'.objcct. Tl it1 ivuulnr editor of tho paper was gotiigoil Tor a Holiday, and 1 ne- cupuju me icnns no oiiiTcu aim tooit tnu pineo. The utilisation of bclnir at work attain Wis luxurious, ami I wrought all week with unflagging pleasure. Wo went to press, and wailed a day with homo solici tude to see whether my eflbrt was going to attract any notice. As I left the olllce, to ward sundown, a group of men ilnd hoys at the foot of tho stall's dispersed with one im pulse, and gave me passage way, anil I heard ono or two of them say: "That's J urn I" 1 wa naturally pleased by tills in cident. The next morning I found a similar group at the foot of tho stairs, and scatter ing co...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 6 July 1870

SPECIAL DISPATCHES. NASHVILLE. I'KOCKHIMXGS OF Till) LEGISLATIVE, NAshvim.i:, June The Committee appointed to investigate the charges against A. J. Fletcher, reported that the allega tions were sustained. Five hundred copies of the report were ordered to he printed. Hill to repeal an aet incorporating the Cherokee Academy, of Washington coun ty, p.T-scd second reading. Hill to repeal an net uuthorixlnthe gov ernor to. employ a Superintendent of the Capitol; passed. Bill to restore thy line between Roane. Anderson and Morgan counties, passed. The aet to establish the county of Chris tiana was amended to call the same Lou don county, and passed. .Bill to exempt soldiers of both armies from prosecution for acts committed during the war, passed second rending. 15111 to provide for suits in the Chancery Courts against railroad receivers, passed. The Insanity bill, which was made the special order for to-day, was postponed un til to-morrow. During the executive fcc&sion tills after no...

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. — 6 July 1870

KNOXVILIiE WEEKLY CHItONJCLli, WEDNESDAY, JULY 0, 1870. tiii: iiimhi:n. The folio-wins Lcnutlftil jiocm was written by Chnrlos Dickons; When thu lfcssons nntl ta9ks aro nil coded, And tho fchool for tlio day is dismissed, ivna tno nuio ones gntner nrounu mo, To bid mo good night nnd be kissed ; 0 1 tho liltln white arms that encirclo My neek in a tender embrace ; 0 i tho smiles tliat nro halos 5f heaven, Shedding sunshine, of lovo on my fucc. And wh'cn they nro gone 1 sit dreaming Of my childhood too lovely to last i Of lovo thnt my heart will remember AVhllo it wakes to tho jiulso of the jiat. Kro tho world' nnd its wickedness made me A partner of sorrow nnd sin ; When tho glory of God wn about mo, And tho glory of gladness within. 0 1 my heart grows weak ns n woman's, And tho fountains of feeling will flow, When 1 think of the path steep nnd stony, Where tho feet of tho dear ones must go; Of tho mountains of sin hanging o'er them, Of tho tempest of Fato blowing wild 01 there's not...

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. — 13 July 1870

VOL. I. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY, JULY 13, 1S70. I W - I ia I'll i- .1 i.'i I ir k a ii i will" i t t i mi i Tlio Democracy have hud very much to Miy of Into concerning!, partisan Judiciary. They disavow any Intention or desire of carrying political issues Into the Judicial canvass. They present their candidates to the people upon the pretence that they are non-partisan. Let us see how the party stunds upon the record. Homo twelve months ago, tlio jieoplo of the State elected the present Judicial oftlcers for a term of eight years. When the Democracy were restored to power, through the fraud and treachery of Gov. Scutor, nmong the ilrstof their legislative act was one to provide for a Constitution al Convention. The avowed and notori ous object of this Convention was to re move the judges and .olllccrs elected last summer. For what purpose V To re-elect them t To elect in their places good men, irrespective of party? No, no ! not by any means. Their declared purpose was to put in...

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. — 13 July 1870

OUK NASHVILLE LETTER. From our Special Correspondent.) Jahiivillk, Tkkx., July 2, 1870. Tho greatest dllllcultyu tho quid nunc council about tlie Capital nro laboring with jnwt fit this time, la to llnd some name- to Apply to tlie preent pchhIoii of the Lcslsla tuns The vocabulary lias been ransacked In the vain hope to llnd some one word that (ihall iltly express the peculiar charac teristic of this wine, august body. So far the attempt has been a failure, not from any, hick of names, but for tho want of any one term that shall lltly express the high falutin gerryiiiaiideriiif and statutory operations that have fo distinguished tills astute body of Colons. One biiggested that this be cnllcd tho repealing term ; an other the reconsidering term; another the investigating term ; another the "rump" term; another tho Interminable term. This was considered ."lightly, on the tau talogical order, nnd Instantly voted down. Finally one of the n foresaid Miggested, mildly and calmly, that the...

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. — 13 July 1870

fCOMMCNICATKUj The Iinto Democratic Coin cnt Ion. flio Prcs and Herald Heads Its account of tlio late rcbel-Democ.ntlo convention in tills city, with these words In largo lettora 'A JfON-l'AllTlSAN Judiciary! Wisk ACTION OK TJIK CONSMtVATIVES ! EN DOIUSKMKNT OF EMINENT LAWYERS WITH OUT HKOAlll) TO POLITICS I" In the editorial endorsing the nominees ol the "iion-j)ur(inan" convention, the wuno paper says : "Undiealisin has mnde uic very name ot partisan nomination for jiidieialolllecHHtink In the nostrils of all honest men." Ah ! Is that tho reason your nominees forjudges smell so badly ? Airain : "The gentlemen representing the various eoun- 'i ' renising to nominate a party ticket. have acted wifely." Let us f-eo if they did refuse. Who called that convention ? The Ex ecutive Committee of the Democratic par ty. Who presided over tho convention, and were active in it V Captain James H. lioyd, late successful Democratic candidate for County Trustee, ami an open rebel du ring tho whol...

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. — 13 July 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE, WEDNESDAY, JULY M, 1870. rUHLlSHEllS. OFFICE: BR0WNL0WS OLD STAND, Kiiliaurc on HAY NTIUXT, lUwt Mile, . Between Main nml Hill itrccta. rr.itMs or siriisciui'Tiox. Ono coity, ono scar. I- 00 Ono copy, tlx months 1 W oo 30 W 02 50 Ten copies, ono yenr,.... Twenty copies, ono j car,.... Tifty copies, ono yenr,. -. WKDNKSDAY, . . . JULY 1, lfeTO. OUR CAMPAIGN BATES. Wo Invito tho especial attention of our friends within tliu reach of lnlly mails to the very liberal eonipaign rates at which the Daily CJinoxiCLi: is offered. With our enlarged size, we publish one of tho most attractive dally papers in the State. Wo publish more reading matter than any daily in East Tennessee. Wc are the only paper in this division of tho State that pub lishes special dispatches, giving tho latest and most reliable news from Nashville and Washington. Our special correspondence from tho State Capital is ono of the enter prising features of tho CmioNicLi:, as it is also ono of it...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 13 July 1870

5 "WEDNESDAY, JULY lil, 1870. AnVKItTISIXO RATH. Ten liner, or less, Nonpareil, to constltuto a squ.iro. 1 square, 1 insertion $1 00 1 square, 1 month .1 00 1 Squaro, 3 months, 7 00 Business Girds, 2 squnrcs, per year 25 00 'A column, 3 month, 12 00 A column, 0 months 22 00 i column, ono year, ,"W 00 Ucolnmn, 3 months, IS 00 H column, 0 months 30 00 IS column, ono year, lil 00 1 column, 3 months .1) 00 1 column, fl month", r no 1 column, ono year 1C1 00 Notices in Local Column, Ten Cents por line. I erms for nnnoiincinK candidates, S. Alarriaucs ami deaths Inserted free. All bills duo upon firt Insertion. Tho'o of regular advertisers to bo rendered monthly. NIMX'I.MKX ttOl'IKM Of tho Citnnxici.K Mailed free to any address on ap plication. TnUp .Notice. Hereafter cnlU on gentlemen lit brcime rnnditiute. or matter of a. perianal nntvre, will be charged for nindter-titcmcnt. To I'lillilltliiK". 'c nro prepared to print election tickets nt $2 per tliousantl. - To Arrive. Ono hundred nt ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 13 July 1870

FARM AND HOME. Cutting mid Curing liny. "II. L. Henri, of Hearth and Jfome, ,'iivo jus Hivus on tnw timely topic ns IoIIowh: Tlio natural food of tin; thron nrlni'liinl clashes of domesticated animals horses, emtio, itnd Hiiuci) is itvaim, not liny or urain. When, thurcforo. civilization re moved tliem from a Mute of nature, the artilleinl life to which they are introduced should be 11a near the natural one ns possible. Six months in the year our horses, cattle, nntl sheep In the country) livo On their natural food. In providing for tho other six, we should prepare for them something as nearly like their sum mer diet as possible. It should not, there- lore, no matured stniKs dried out preserv ed grass. All grasses reach their Iiighcst mint of excellence, considered iw food. when they tlrst come into blossom. The vital elements are then scattered through out the entire plant, which In no part has sull'ered the exhaustion and loss attending the complete or even partial development of ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 13 July 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE, WEDNESDAY, JULY 13, 1870. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. SPECIAL DISPATCHES. NASHVILLE. Nassiivilm:, July f). Col. liaxter hav ing left for home on Monday, the resolu tion for an investigation was lgncd, and tin- committee tire ready for work. The House to-day passed a resolution for the committee to wend for Baxter, and oth er persons, and proceed with tlio investi gation of the Railroad Committee. In the Senate, the resolution was con curred in, and C'lenientson made a speech, attacking Baxter and bin connection witli the A ineral Homo JUallroad bonds. Ho .ald t'jut as he would hold future inter coms with Baxter outside of the Senate, he would refrain from further mention at this time. The eil'ect of this .speech created Nome excitement. It is rumored that Baxter will return he fore the committee can send for him; that lie lias not gone far from Nashville. Mr. Rosson rose to n question of private connection with the letter of Dillon to Baxter. In the Manner, lie ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 13 July 1870

i.inxr. cari'i:.v. , Out of tho focal and foremost fire Out of tho hospital walls, as diro: Smitten of grnpo-shot and gangrono (Eighteenth battle, and ho sixteen); Specter such ns you soldom sec Little Giffen, of Teiincsscc. "Tnko lilm and welcome !"' the surgeon said, "Much your doctor can help tho dead I " And 80 -wo took him and brought him whero Tho balm was sweet on tho Summer nir ; And wo laid liim down on a wholesome bed, Utter Lazarus, heels to head I "Weary war with the bated breath, Skeleton boy against skeleton death ; .Months of torture, how many such I AVcary weeks of the stick and crutch I Still tlio glint in the stcel-bluo eye Spoke of a spirit that wouldn't diol And didn't nay, morel in death's despite, Tho crippled skeleton learned to write 1 "Dear mother," at first, of courso, and then "Dear Captain," inquiring about tho men, (Captain's answer,) "Of eighty and five, Giffen and I aro left alive. Johnston's pressed at tho front, they say;" Little Giffen was up and nw...

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