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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 8 January 1873

v3 Li '"5 1 Id Ik Of I -1 "I ii'i ; rTiT Trr - VOL. III.-NO. 41. LAWS OF THE UXITEI) STATES, r?d hI the Sccoud Sc&iliin of ilse FoHy Second Congress. PI lll.ltllEI IlY At'TIIOKITT.I INDIANS. (continued.) CHII'I'EWAS OF THE MISSISSIPPI. For sixth of ten installments of tho sec ond scries, in goods, per fourth article treaty of October fourth, eighteen hundred and forty-two, and eighth article treaty of (September thirtieth, eighteen hutufred nnd fifty-four, and third article treaty of September thirtieth, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, and third article treaty of May seventh, eighteen hundred and si'xtv Tour, three thousand live hundred dollars- For sixth of ten installments of the sec ond series, for support of schools, per fourth article treaty of October fourth, eighteen hundred and forty-two and eighth article treaty of September thlrti Hti, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, and third article treaty of May seventh, eigh teen hundred and fifty-four, six hundred and sixty-six ...

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. — 8 January 1873

fiirojebilU Wttlxb (tforomtlc, Mctrntsban, $mutarg Bt 1673. 2 MIAMIES OF INDIANA. For interest on two hundred and twenty one thousand two hundred nd fifty seven dollars and eighty six cents, uninvested, at five per centum, per Senate amendmont to fourth arti cle treaty of June fifth, eighteen hundred and fifty four, eleven thousand and sixty two dol lars and eighty nine cents. MOLELS. For pay of teachers of manual labor schools, for all necesfary materials tlierofor. and lor the subsistence of the pupils, three thousand del- lam. MIXED SHOSUONKS, BANNOCKS. AND SUEEP-EATERS, For this amount, to be expendod in such nods, provisions, and othor article?, as the 'resident mT from timo determine, including transportation thereof, instructing in agricultu ral and mechanical pursuits, in providing em ployees, educating children, procuring medi cine and medical attendance, care for and sup port of the aged, sick, and infirm, for the help less orphans of said Indians, and in any other respect...

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. — 15 January 1873

m VOL. III. KNOX VILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 15, 1S73. NO. 4'2. FACTS ADOtT CAST TEM'ESSEK. ! Storm I'ovp, Cumberland Count). NO. XCII, 'l lie following letter lias been handed us for publication: ( Sreivy Cove Is a small valley; situated a little south of a straight li no from. Nash ville to Ktroxville, about miles from tho former and 7j miles from the latter r Tills valley is about 400 feet below 1 lie tablo lands of Cumberland Mountain. On two side? or the Cove, however, the moun tains ore niiii'h higher than the surround ing country, being 000 to 800 feet above the table lands. 'J ho Cove contains nearly H,(KK) acres of laud, and is about l! miles long by "2 wide. The soil is exceedingly fertile, producing large ctojh of corn, pota toes, rye, oats, hay, wheat, Ac. It is what is termed lime-stone soil, and is, therefore, very hurting. There nre portions of tills land that have been cultivated or rather cropped; i. e, have been plowed and planted every year for sixty yenia. 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. — 15 January 1873

-5 Siwwbille '$lcchln Chronicle, c&ntsiwii, nnu;un l.i, lS?.'j, WKDXKSDAY JANUARY 13, S7l xvioi yisi 110311:. Tennsssrc Cows Pjlngiu (icorsia. A "Young Farmer" of Macon, tin., writ09 to the editor of Jfoorc's liural A'eir - 11 . I Off. M , ttsj lwnoa. I was about startiiif; a dairy, mid us. yoi.d mi!i:li cmv are very scarce and liij-di lu re, 1 hixd jii;rti!!y nia'J'-1 ft '.,,!Hri.,?f i ) inu--tios In Knoxvillc, Tenn., to suj-jdy me with them. 1 met an old friend of mine who has teen in the butcher liusliie-s hern for the last twenty-five yearn, and lias brought hundred of cattle from Tctnics ec to Georgia I was asking him for some information in regard to tne Tennessee cows and lie told tne that he had luom-lit i triM-.il many line cows to ( Jeorcia and Ihi-t - - ...-!... .. 1. 41...,, lie lt;vs llevei nrtil vu. - ...t. . to tiie Tirst of J une. lie lias !;ent them on tine :.is?uiv. and even up in stall, and ulven tin.ni tlia ht.-t of attention, hut com Id have no success with ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 15 January 1873

-tr r rnrrtinii n ummmi mi .iinovbillc twlcihln Chronicle ealcbncsban, anuavn 13, 1874. 5" 1 1 K'.s. (linn If. rat ion. Vim following is the nicivtorif.l from tli.j iuiox villo Hoard ot' Trade U tlio 'JVniica ; Legislature,. which vr n::i:V men t"o:i yo jnlay: ' the. 1 :;,io?tJi!' . I!"' (r )'')'' .!. "i, ' ui' ''.Vi.'f.vs'-'' 'J'lvj iiruiAr-ii.'iii-d, u i.'unaiiii'.i :t ji ni is 1 y the Ki.v.v.l of Tnido city of K nox- ill-.', ( I'.iv'snnv'ali'o y .: r lu.r.nrsiM;! l.ody i.non the iilj'i.-t o!' I m'.p.i:rr.i'.i on, v.onl.l v.nv.t!':i!ly r l :.- ; t. ilia. Ti lilies-: l.n-i-'i'K-in'r, :i i L (kic-, superior jvlvantaitos in (.liu.ri..', r'iii .'ii'H i ill iiv-i'it 1 o.ttlu U Sllllll.r-l. js r,j I'.iiV Kw'fl o.- 'fi-n-tlorv ri llirt Vi.iMvinin I - ' Union, iv. ncvortti!?loS, (v UnhUv, in jiro-1 in'-' j.ivs:.;'.vi' ! lopmi'iit, nv-.ny if it- younger, t-1'VL "-1i'r-i, !l"vp ivr-iii i', .m-fi of If !")- sN, ln'.i sln-'ij it a -ur.n' 1 the j'roud (.'liar u.neroi' :i jrrout State. J t woul...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 15 January 1873

$nabillc ftutcthln (brrjuidc, Mftmcstmn, $;mu;ui7 13, 1873. &)t Wittkh dDbromtlc. RULE & RICKS, Publishers, Xumbcr 10 Market Tlucc, East Side. TKKSS OF SVIWt KII'TIOX. One f'l'J't one your t2 00 One coiy, six niuiilli? 1 00 Ten ci'ic'. "no year 16 TvO Twenty coiiic?, one ycur 30 00 WEDNESDAY . JAN IT Alt Y ir. 1873. Tin: Union and American lias nothing to say about tlio prospects of "organiza tion" as foreshadowed in the organization of the Legislature. It probably 11 nil s iself too full for utterance. Tii- 1mpei'!ncR men of Illinois are thoroughly aroused on the subject of re form in t'p ' of liquor on Smiiluy, the law regarding the sanctity of the Sabbath being almost a dead letter in many of the larger cities. "Western paper report that there is considerable interest manifested on the subject, especially in Chicago, where the City Council favors the rigid en forcement of the Sunday law and even in cline to make it more binding, while the Mayor is understood to oppose it....

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. — 15 January 1873

finofbillc ftulcchln &bnmitlc Mltbiustmn, gunuarn 13, 1873. 5 "WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 13. 187;?. NPKUJIKX CO PI KM Of the Chbokici.r uiailoJ free to any a ldross on o II wti.m. KATIM ' AIMEItlTMIXl IX HIil.HI.V. Tun lines, or I cm, euli.l, to constittita n squnro. S I 3. I 1 Z I 1 Square t ' $ 1 50 t 3 M f 4 (1 t B Ml t 9 jlS UD its . 3 W)i 6 (HIi 8 nOi 111 fit) I Irt 61 1 j 27 Oil es ; 4 SO I ! 01) 11 Nil 11 Ml! 21 W. 37 50 4. snares. 4Squnros""!!l; 6 Ooi 11 Mr 14 Oti j it iio. 30 be- 4.r. (K) 6Siaaraa : 7 60 H 001 16 28 wi! oil 60 1 63 50 I w t i Married. At Morristown, Tennessee, at tlieTurley House, op Tuesday, the 7th hist., by Kev. V. II. tsiiilili, Mr. J. V. Knuiiord, of rn n Antonio, Texas, atul Miss Klizii 15. Corley, of Knoxville, Tennessee. A large com pany was lu attendance. Attempted Arxon nt Ureenevlllo. About 10 o'clock, p. jr., on Tuesday, as two of the compositors of the Scntincland Prportrr, at Ureeneville, wore leaving the olliee, i hoy discovered a fire in some g...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 15 January 1873

It Jinoibillc "iSlMhlji (rmudt, cLalcbncsban, ifanuarn 13, I87;j. pcxviUr -trccMij Chronicle, WI.PNIiSPAY 1 AXl'AllY lo, ISM. . 1HOM NAS1IVILLK. either be kept !u place of NoMitt mid Weilcy who nre. straights hut liberal In tendencies. i:nti:i;pisisi: appki; iati:i. As I write this letter In the House, 3 r. nienmcrs iii'o reatiing the c iiisonri.i: til rii'i iitui iiiiiti ira ii iwi ii iiiit mil nm,.ii. Ite o.iir.l liircnnlrnlol IliMn ,is ;,,.i,.I,,n eve l'o.,1 nt (',..,! i..., n.,.l n.' 7 11. o m.salKl.ill.in .,1 imp iiloil I'.In- , i,, , i . .,i, ,,.,. i i ' niriii -1 In- I a ii i 1 title tar ix:ilifr I . i.i. i, ,.,." ... ' t.' .i i inn ' u iiiivnu l-iiill . I u lllol II a I collie j i hy loK graph, to it is to ho every lay. j -Cl-C Cl.-....;l , I M,. Iilln.l v ...(wwl-itttt llww.. V..i, 1'...., I -. v . ll'flll .1 , I X K-II- Namivii i.i:, Ti:..n., ,1,-ai. -. ISM. i m"oo appreciate tlio enterprise irinr I f ,1,,'n,',.,. ,-, !,,( , i i "1:U1 om' word of commendation lint com ! aL...

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. — 15 January 1873

"'-! Hi .itnmbillc (LClcchlrr (Cbvcmcliv wllcbiics&an, lunuatn 13,. 187). llif Kdnratlnnnl lneitlnn. With pleasure we iulli.-li tlio following lut'inoriul to the Legislature on tlio nil important milji-et of education. It wan prepared by (.'. W. Charlton, Chairman of tlio Committee, and iiiiaiiimoiiHly ndopted ly the JJonrd of Trado of this city at its ivecnt rnnetiug. It will he seen that the memorial in a frlrong and enruest one, and can Hot fail to attract the attention of member of the JKllutu re. In our liCNt i..iiio we will jvivo to the juiblie another memorial, cmanatiii;; from the tame source and adopted by the same Iwnly, on immigration : ' '' fit' JfoiKiruh.'c, 1'n Criit .(. JVy of Ti i Tbs iindcrsini-d, a eommilti e.npp-.ided by t be I!oard of Traile of 1 1 to city ol l.no:;- Vi!!'J t" !IVn,.'ro ' i'-'" I'"""!';;'ij' Im.l on t lit" Hiibjeet of the enactment of some thorough ami fftii'loiit siliool hiw, would hcjr leave to rail the individual 'attention of the-member o...

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. — 15 January 1873

s jgluoibUIt Mtdiln tyrannic, tcbncsban, anunrir 13, 187a. THE Drift CM PF.lt OR. About the Kaaeral nnd KeniKlBS of Xl Ml-on. London, Jan. V. Louis Napoleon tiled tiiiw morning. Napoleon ulept (soundly Inst night bet ter than the preceding night. Thin morn ing hi phyxidans had a consultation nud decided to perform another operation nt noun to-day. At the time of the consulta tion his puW was strong and regular with eighty-four beats to the minute. At t wenty-five minutes past ten o'clock, signs of sinking appeared and the action of the heart suddenly failed and he died at forty live minutes past ten o'clock. The Brtikeford 5ros., silk dealers, have failed for half million. London, Jan. in. The Empress Eugenie nud all the household of Chiselhurt were present at the bedside of Napoleon when lie died. The Emperor showed slight signs of consciousness towards his last moment, and spoke to the Empress twice in avery feeble tone of voice. The lust indications of life was a smile when the E...

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. — 22 January 1873

k $ccU( VOL. III. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. JANUARY il'2. 1S73. NO. 43. FACTS ABOUT EAST TENNESSEE. imi.l, nior.T.ii.. Tlie Mont Hlnnc nl America. NO. XC1II. Lonomirk's 1'ost Okkick, Washington County, .Tan. 10, ls;,i. Editors Chuo.nu i.i: : Having attended tlie closing service of tin school nt Flag lnd In tliis county, lust week, and also having visited Bald Mountain, the Mont Ulanc of America, before my return, I send you a brief account of my trip w hich nay perhaps interest pome of your readers. I did not hear tlib examination of any classes except those in the higher mathe matics. The examination evinced a thor oughness and familiarity with tho princi ples of the respective branches, that reflects tho highest credit on l'rof. Sams as an instructor, and on the diligence and perseverance of the students. The clos ing exercises in the afternoon of Friday, the 3d inst., consisted of speeches ami declamations by the boys and young men of the school. A large and attentive audience...

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. — 22 January 1873

Jlnodnllc ftttlcchln (Sronidc, Mctmcsfcan, $;mnarn 22, 187. 4, Snmilto ailtol Chwmtit, WEDNESDAY, . JANUARY 22, 1873 jFVYMM AND IIOMK Treatment of Tasturc. In the Sjiring tho tender shoots of grass jmt forth. J f cattle feed upon it then, it will of i-ouive Hiiil'er. Hence it launder stood anions farmers at least the most that early turning in is not Rood, lift the 5;rass the tender shoots have 11 good tart get rooted and strengthened, and there in no more danger, or at least much injury, unless the ground is too motet, a is often the case in the Spring after long rains. In Mich a case tattle should be kept off for a day or two. There is another point. We should not crop too close. Eaten down to the ground the sun will scorch the roots, and so far in jure them that the plant will not recover "during the season, "d will Ve unable to withstand the Winter; the frost will fin ish what the sun leaves. This is too often the case. There should bo verdue left suf ficient at all times for go...

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. — 22 January 1873

... JkobUk Mcchln Chronicle Mcbncsb;m, January B7'J. AN IMrORTAM LEGAL OriMOX. anrrllor Tfmpl on the l'onfru of (onrln to (Imnl I.HIrrn of Inrorpora tlon. The following opinion from ChtuiecHor .'emple, lately ik-livered, will lie ropectel rherevcr his learning nnil character iw Chancellor are known and is of deep inter mt to biislnesH men : In the matter of the petition of H. t. (Jratz, O. A. Perdicaris, A. U. Richey, i aud others, ex jtartc. This is an application on the pin t of jh; titioncrs, who are citizens of Js'ew Jersey mil Pennsylvnnin. to be incorporated un tie r the name and style of " The l'oplar (.'reek Kailroad, Coal and Iron Company." The petitioner pray o lie clothed with the rights, jiowers and privileges necessa ry to construct and operate a railroad, with one or more tracks, commencing in An derson county, at . point on the Moun tain Fork of l'oplar Creek near Duniiu von's Gap, and running along the valley near the base of Walden's Kidge so as to connect with any ...

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. — 22 January 1873

nminllc Mcthlji Cjwmtk, ftclrimcsfcair, unuartr ll 1873. bnmulc. RULE & RICKS, Publishers, Xumficr l'J 'Market Place, Jlast .S'l'rfc. TKKIIS OF NMIK K1ITIO.V. One ou', one year t- 00 Ono coiy fix ninntha,., t "0 Ten ciipii'H, "no your, 16 SO Twenty cojiiM, oho yenr 30 00 WEDNESDAY , JANUARY 22, 1873. Some people peoplo liegln to doubt the value of the 2 Yew and Jtcrald ns nil or gan. - - .tku,h"i:nt readers of the JVfs and Herald who have looked to it for reliable predictions of the Inst elections have come to the conclusion that as an organ, it isn't worth a cent. -- - - 'fur. Committee on Claims in tlrs 1 Inline of Representatives has agreed to report favorably upon the Senate hill to pay our East Tennessee University S1S,5'KI for damages inflicted upon its buildings ami grounds 1 y the Union armies during the war. The claim has been passed by the Senate, mid, now having the favorable re port of the Claims Committee, will un questional'y pass the House at an 'ar!y day. THE G3I...

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. — 22 January 1873

$nobiIlc Mcckln (Cbronitlc MctmcstKin, ;mu;wn 22, 187:3. WEDNESDAY. . . . JANUARY 22. 187:1 NPF..'I.HE!f COPIES Of the CHiinjiici.it mailed free to any a l lr.s on op- i.UltlWI. (ATKN or ADVERTISING I WEEKLY. Ton linns, or Icfj, solid, to cnnstitute a src'rc. "PACK. 1 tviunra h siiuure..., CHjunre-..., 4 K.1IIMI-A4 ..' $ 1 f 0 J 3 M ) 4 511 6 fJ) $ ! nn'il.'i 0.' ,.: a in ooi 8 .vr in fii lii ru. iu .. , 4 fw. II Mi; 1.1 f,n i: si. :i7 ru ...I B (ml 11 M; II 00 n Oil :0 Oil ..!, 7 SO; 11 00. l'i 601 2i 00 Si' 5" 5 bquuros.... Mrs. Rachel Hall, wife of .1. S. Hall, of bis city, died January 1 1th, ls7.", after an .Iness of twenty years, which she endured ith Christian fortitude. She died i:i the I'iumph of the Christian faith. Kulo, or Itnin. mi's tricadf, i:i t hill iiiisfoiiur" s si-hool ive le.H'iie.l tliat now the leo:,ie s Kule. fall their schemes has jiroved th' undo- intr. nd brought their cause to rout and Ruin. An Arc-f.HMittii to Our Sorlnv. Dr. ('. I). C'.'inU mill lui.io ...

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. — 22 January 1873

G $MHfbiIk Wttrt Alpomtlt, Mthu stair, gamnug 22, 1873. WEDNESDAY, J AN U A It Y 12, 1873. FROM XASHVILI.K. fcnmlity In the City ol Itockn Monday' lro-i-liiiir In Ilip NoiihIc. Na-.ivil:.::, Tr.., Jr.::. 12, 15:72. Eihtoks Ciiuonk lk : .Sunday is over here, iti the City of Rock, nnl the work fur good or ;vil to the en mm on wealth of the State of Tennessee lias again com menced, or, In other words, both Houses have again met. Sunday in Nashville. Everybody goes to church. In the morliing every ehureh is crowded so Hint it is diflicult for a per son to get ft seat within hearing distance of the minister. It is very interesting for persons who have nothing to do to walk to the Peniten tiary Sunday School, to see t lie means of grace iriven to the prisoners. Some 2S0 men, women ami children have, alter re ceiving tlio privilege of hearing a sermon, an opportunity of attending Sabbath School, where ladies and gentlemen go out and oli'er their services gratuitously, to teach the prisoner...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 22 January 1873

r . Jinofbillc S&lcckln Chronicle, &Llc&iu$i)aiT, $;muati. 22, 187,3. A CASE OF EXTRADITION. THK llF.AD AMVF. JI5D THE LOST FOIKI) Arrrnt or Tlio. i. Ho) 1, or Street, water, In Canada. II In Trull t'olluwril nml I lie FuitltiVF Tn hen from Ihel'nviof the IlrlllNh I. Ion. Oa yesterday morning the rumor war current that Thos. (. IJoyd, of Sweetwa ter, who created such an excitement throughout this nection in September last, 1- - t 1 - . ........ 1 1 .v . , 11UV Mill. KiltOlVU 111 till, IruCtll O -A0,t II - Ions, and snatched from between the pro tecting paws of the lJriti.. lion thanks to the extradition treat v was on American Hoil in the custody of detectives who had Lccn on his trail for Ions weeks, and with their mission accomplished, would start witli their prisoner for Kast Tennessee, the hcene of his crimes, and are now on their way as fast as steam can briiiR them. It will be remembered that Thos. (J. Iloyu was imitated in the Federal Court, churned with swindling...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 22 January 1873

'From tho People's Monthly, Tin: 1IILIICF... IiV KMIABII KBAI.K. jm Di: iovp me, ntno I'luiiiren 7 iHiriglit blooins llmtnre curleJ, ( Life's, tender nmrninif glories l lUiund the casements of tho world .' I'" your hearts elimli tip townr.'i nil", A i my own heart bends to yon, i-i tho liemity of your dnwninp, And tho brightness, of your dew ? V hen tho friifrrnnoc of your faces. And the rhythm of your fool, And tho incensoof your voioes Make glad tho sombre street io you eo my soul move sol'tiy Forever, wheroyou move, Vt';:!', ua eye of bcne.lli.tiuu And ii lifting lmnd of love? it (i blos-int: broods ubove you. But it lifts me from the rrround ; rot a thi-tle-barb doth sting you, But I sutler with tho wound"; Ar.il a chord within mo trembles To your slightest touoh or tone, Aim x iniiiiffti when you ljujitji, Ar.d I shiver when you hiom:. 1 J.ftvo trodden nil tho spaces Of my heavy years alone, And have never felt tho cooinp Of n babo s breath near my own ; But with morcthnn fathe...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 22 January 1873

"""' V'" --, V. '. I !':'.' '.''-, A v c c ! It jiu in. u. -r-i. KNOXVIIXK. TKNNm WI2I)NKSDA V. JAM-AIIV 1 , IS?:?. rsiIITLKM i;nt. ms or Tin: uit;:i) statks hi.-vsi.mii i.- levied, e... ......i. , .i ,-ui.i , ... . ,. ,. . , " tlit e.omls, warps, r - -, mei-clii'ii,, mj in il ill tin ivc.iiiil hiM. a , llieloi'.y Uiis(eiinn cniimeraip,; ami i. n i.le.l for, ' !r'iii1 Corifrrcso. 1 import ml I'nm Jorehn rnuni , ies, ninety .'..,. ' per Pl'llll'.il of (bo ;L'VPraI i'i..ilT .'iml rail i i-i iu.;-.;:i: itv Al l ihmutv. ' w impos-,! In- If w nmm s.n li tr.ieles .... cvu'-vlly, it It ins the intent of tit-: sci - lion .o lotit'co ex i.i.i tliu'.c, iji s;'!il rr I ( i.Niai.w. N VTt ui: - Nn, loo. u-Km ten j.rr vcmuui of micb ,-.-. ies, y.it.l t!T supplementary lo im act out it ten is ta say : On Z . 1 1 it o'lv r eiirnint. one rent pi? ' ",i:"ir, 's ti.' -i vtond ; poeiiil; i 11 '' : On li'."-. I wo ami uric Ictlf i-enls t.iT ' l ;; I ba.'n.! poianl ; On iv I , t wo mill one h.df .-pi-Is ...

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. — 22 January 1873

1 L pii'Milint 'aid section be further amended by ttriking out the words "In excess of the numlxT of gallons," and inserting in lieu thereof the words "amounting to one-half Rallon or over," and and nfter tlio words "as gallon" the words "and any fractional part of a gallon loss than ono lmlf gallon in any cask or package, shall lie exempt from tax." That section two be amended by strik ing out the word "meters." That sect ion three be amended by strik ing out all nfter the enacting clause, and inserting In lieu thereof the following word: That the Commissioner of Inter jinl Revenue is hereby authorized to order mid require such changes of or additions to 1itilling apparatus, connecting pines, pumps or cisterns, or any machinery con-" nected with or used In or on the distillery premises, or lmiv require to bo put on any of the sli'.l, tubs, cisterns, pipes, or oth t ver-seK such fastenings, locks, or seals hs he may deem necessary. That section seven be amended by strik i.,.' nut th...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
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