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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 5 March 1873

A i t f fif I mmmm 11 irrm VOL. III. Letter from Hawkins County. KfKiKHsvnxi:, Hawkins Co., Tkxn.,1 February 20, 1.S7.1. KuiToits Chiionki.e: Although you Imve quite a nuinlcr of subscribers in this county, I scarcely ever fee a lino lit your paper from a correspondent in this locality. As n general thing, I do not believe news paper men ohjeet to communications occa sionally, particularly when they are made short and pointed. Your paper, hoth daily and weekly editions, Is full of news, in teresting and instructive to the farmer, p mechanic, politician and literary charac ter. I have been reading your paper close ly for sometime, and inn prepared to say with many others, that it is a valuable and useful journal, and Reserves the support .j.tid patronage of the intelligent, industri ous and moral part f the reading pub lic. Jts conduct as a political journal is liigh--toncd and the capacity with which it Is conducted, together with its peneral appearance, is winning for jt many warm ...

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. — 5 March 1873

Jhrotbillc Mcchln CDbronuIc, Mctmrston, Bicarb 3, 1873. "VVKDXKSDAY, FEBIU'AKY 1M, 1ST; lly Their Fruits Ye Shall Know TIipih- Fnrmcrs ought to know that, us. u class, their reputation is not high hi regard to tlicir llviug well, and especially with re gard to the useful fruit on their tables. f small fruits they have so few that indus trious and intelligent mechanics, living in cities and towns, when they happen to sit nt fanners' tables, think it surprising, for it is supposed that farmers have every thing good. The diet is bread, potatoes and meat, nlmost without exception, year in and year out. llrietl fruit is, or it used to be, in fair supply ; but when aweet ap ples are used instead of sugar to sweeteu the sour, the taste is far from inspiring. And yet, with a little labor and uttentiou, strawberries can be grown lu sulllcient fiuantities for canning ; also, gooseberries and currants, whenever its great enemy, the- currant worm, is not destructive. A jp:ly fan be lnmlo from a...

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. — 5 March 1873

inobtllc Icchln CCbrcntclc ciclcbncsban, bicarb 3, 1B7;j. itc4iu or ntir. i.r.cn ut.w. Fifth I.ertnre ul'llie Krlna liy I. II. Jotin nnn, r.. The lecture delivered ly Mr. Johnson last night under t lie auspice1! of the Hoard of Trade was orte of the mot iniercstlng of the scries and evinced a perfect familiarl iy with the subject, which might have l.een expected from his opportunities for obser vation i.nd his love for mineralogy and geology. The Hoard of Trade Room was well Ail ed with an appreciative audience, and fro Miient applause at the speaker's happy hits attested tho interest felt. 'lhe subject though n "dry one" ns Mr. Johnson would say, was interspersed with spice enough to make it interesting to all. Ktn.rtiii.-j out he delineated man in his primitive state, before the use of metals were discovered. His helplessness with out the nid of artificial means was shown. Man was not naturally formed to exist without recourse to his inventive faculties and by the use of his menta...

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. — 5 March 1873

Jlnofbillt SMtthl) Cymric, Mtfcmcsban, litarrb 5, 1873. Sbt (fttcchln Chronicle. RULE & RICKS, Publishers, Xutnbcr 19 Market Flacc, 1'aal Side. TKim.H OF M Hs RIl'TIO.. One C"1T. ono year $J 00 i no coy, fix months .. 1 00 Tn copies, nuo year 15 00 Twenty copies, ono yenr 30 00 "WEDNESDAY ...... MARCH f. 173. A CABD. Within, tlio past ten days, J have re ceived scores of letters from all parts of the country East, West, North and South approving my course in refusing n hostile meeting at Daltou, Georgia, with Mai. M. J. "Wick. Many of these arc cmiOAod in the most fluttering terms, and it would he gratifying to me to give them publicity. But lest I might appear as seek ing notoriety, for having pursued the only o'n -c I could pursue without violating obligations to myself, my friend, my country and my God, 1 have refrained from publishing them. It is impossible for nie to even write a nolo of thanks in reply to each of them ; lience, I take this meth od of returning thanks for s...

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. — 5 March 1873

JlnDfbillc Mcthlit Chronicle fttlrtncsiKW, JJlarcb 3, 187:3. 5 MARCH 5. 187S Of tho Chiomcli mailed froa to any RcUre.a on p lidMtinn. KATKS OP AIVfKTIl4i l ;KHLY. Ten linos, or Icm, oliil, to constitute a nqunre. g a 1 Piuo'O j 1 M $ 3 fSO t 4 Mi $ 8 50 $ PO Sir, 00 2 ?qurcj I, 3 (m 6 W, B Ml' In ,V 111 .Ml -,!7 mi 4tiuiire 4 ffl. U 00! 11 to 14 Nl iW ,M :7 M J (iquare. 4 Snunrn fi co 11 rt) It 00 14 on1 lti M 1.4 (Ml ;m ii 4" (i 4 Snuares 7 50 28 00 30 .VI 5.') SO Purkey, Chiles & Co.. claims, und pay special fees for special contract;. will prosecute commissioners' Iil2w2m. YrrtlU't ICr-iiilrrril. On yesterday the coroner's jury render td a verdict in the case of liobei t Hook, whose body was found in First Creek, stating that in their opinion the deceased mot his death by violence nt the hands of unknown parlies. The Wrnthrr. It is an old saying that if "March comes in likeu lion it will go out like a lamb." It this aphorism of the weather-wise is cor rect, after this month ...

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. — 5 March 1873

It ,iinobt((c cftlcchlo Cferonidf, iiulcbncstian, iUcarh 3, IS73. gnoxvillf hVttkhj (SJiHmiflc. WEDNESDAY, . . . FKBKUAKY 'S, IMMH'KATION TO TKNNKSSr.r. is:;". MITKR II. migration. Let them unite nnl determine to draw hikI t pass the best bills they can nt present to further education and en courage Immigration ; and those can bo amended, if need be, In the future. The )enple need and expect this ; and the rising generation in Tennessee ,will Jllt the invent Legislature for it. I V KKV. RoHKHT . THOMAS. 'I'o It hi. David Iiirhai'tU: Dfjak Fkikxd: I was glad to be In formed that you and the numerous read ers of the ClinoNiCl-K appreciated tlie general facts contained in my first Letter tc XW oh Immigration. I humbly believe (bat it contains several fiintx worthy of the serious consideration of our General Gov ernment at Washington, and of all our State Governments, because all secular governments are under the supreme gov ernment of Ciod, who overrules all for the benefit of mankind ...

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. — 5 March 1873

Jiwttbillc faLlcrhln Cbronulc, eilcDncst)ap, eJJUatb 3, 187-3. 11.11 IT IMSTII.MXU. Revtnne Ofllrlal riml on l'nmily lnl. Early in tliU month Revenue' olTlccr Jones, who collects stam ps in tho part of North Carolina adjoining Johnson comity, Tennessee, was lired on hy a litiwli-wlittcker while passing over the l.eocli mountains, lie was walking ami leading his liorae at the time anil the man shot at him from the rear, the hall striking his lior.c in the shoulders, of which wound he noon died. Jones escaped down the mountain, jumping fifteen feet at a time. Tho nioun. . tains of North Carolina are full of elicit distilleries and the owners of them are very hold. Wilkes county, North Carolina, has more stills in it than milch cows. Tn fact, we heard a man say that the people over there eat their mnsii with brandy the fame as with milk. The 'Wilks distillers sell 'their Bpirits to any buyer and insure them safo out of the country, On Thursday, tho :;ttli, a severe family feud took pla...

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. — 5 March 1873

Jkorinllc WuIxIq tyxonhk, Withxttfoz&Mm 5, .1873, HOME ClltCIlC. 1 Written for th Knoxvillo Chronic C KITTY KXOVT. BV II. M. W. I liuve something truu to toll you, Which, perchance, you'd like to know, : t' our littlo household angel. I shall call her Kilty Snow. i''nir of face and light of figure, Like tho fa' of fuiry feet Is her footsteps on the threshold. And her voice is low and sweet. And tho best of nil nhout it this witching, winsome elf, Whilo she lives to bless all others, Thinks just nothing cf herself. n. .N'ow, you'll fancy golden ringlet, But her sunny hair you'll find (Smoothly parted on her forehead, Softly twisted up behind. And the robes of this dear nngel Are the lightest of hor cares, "While a " meek and quiet spirit Are the ornaments she wears. Then, thi quaintest little creature Is as cunning as she's quaint, "While her heart holds so much goodness, She's " esteemed almost a saint.'' That's the trouble we are fearing Every Jay she will bo quite ' ; t't we p...

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. — 12 March 1873

u it j K j VOL. III. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. MARCH 12, IS73. NO. 50. THE PRESIDENT'S INAUGURAL A. plain, hensi1ile -,yiiui:s. HI Efforts to Restore Harmony and Peace. The Tendency of Nations is Toward Republicanism. Washington, March 4. The Weather is very cold to-day. There was a fine display. The following is the 1NAIGURAL ADDRESS: Fellow-Citizens : Under Providence, I have been called a second time to act as Executive over this great nation. It has been my endeavor in the past to maintain all the laws and, so far as lay in my power, to act for the best Interests of the whole jieople. My best efforts will be given in the same direction in the future, aided, I trust, by my four years' experience in the oftiee. When my first term of the office of Chief .Executive began the country had not re covered from the effects of a great internal revolution and three of the former States of the Union had not been restored lo their Federal relations. It seemed tome wise that no new questio...

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. — 12 March 1873

Jhrarbillc ?KcthIjj (tjjromtlt, Mcimcstan, gttarrb 12, 1873. iVlOI AND II031I:. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12, 1873- Minor I'roUurln of the Inrin. A great ileal lias V)eeu written and snitl about the agricultural and farming inter ests of East Tennessee on a large scale and the productions of our river bottoms pro claimed, while the fertility of the uplands and rilges have nlso bceu stated, but com paratively littlo has bceu said about the minor products of the farm, which gener ally come under the female department of the farmer's household. We include in this list, poultry, butter, eggs, cheese, milk, dried fruit, Ac, as su pernumerary to the regular products, grain, fruit, Htock and other articles of profit. These minor articles were a few years ago to the country people what email change is to a merchant useful for the purpose of procuring nrtieles of luxury, sugar, collee, Ac but "not taken into account in the general household expenditures. Ve say a few years ago these articles were rec...

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. — 12 March 1873

3 TEE IHAUGCSAL. In this Issue we present to our readers the President's Inaugural Address, deliv ered yesterdny. Like nil his addresses, it Is a plain, unvarnished statement of his views on a few of the leading subjects of public Interest and a gratifying exhibit of our national greatness. We sco in it the entire absence of adroit reasoning to ad vanee Impracticable theories, such ns we would expect from a professional politi cian, us well ns that pompous, urbitrary spirit that would characterize the address of a monarch to his unwilling subjects. He promises that his efforts in the future shall be directed to the restoration of good feeling between the different sections of our common country. Restore this good feeling and we have all we want. Let the people of the North, Houth, East and West live together in peace and harmony and co-operate together in build ing up our common interests, and nothing can retard our progress. Our future will be onward and upward, and other nations s...

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. — 12 March 1873

Jinoifaillc Jcth1u Chamdc, JMrtmcstrajj, Ittanl) 12, 187.1 frbc fcWcchln -(Cbrmutlc. HULE & RICKS, Publishers, Xumbcr 19 Market Place, East Side. tkrms or svnst kiptiox. Odd copy, one year ti 00 One cuy, fix months 1 00 Ten copies, one yenr 15 00 Twenty copies, one year, 30 00 WEDNESDAY MARCH 12, 1873. The city of New York is excited over the new chnrtcr provided by the Legis lature. Spotted fever is raging in the neighbor hood of New Holland, Ohio. One death a day is reported. A colossal bust of John Howard Tayne, author of "Home, Sweet Home," is to bo erected in Prospect Park, Brook- - Gen. Butler didn't mean anything personal against Congressman Whit thorne, hence " pistols and coffee " were dispensed with. A correspondent of the Memphis li' alanchc is evidence for saying that the penitentiary lease is to be made the sub ject of investigation by a special commit tee. A lively war has been going on in the Indiana Legislature over the railway dead head system for public officia...

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. — 12 March 1873

Jfoofbillc failcckln Chronicle SSlrtmcstmii, hxth 1, 1873. already alluded. The Chinese are among the best educated men in the world. Leaving the countries of the Did World, and approaching nearer home, we Mud the American Htates, and especially the old free Ktatesof the Northland even Virginia, Mississippi and the majority of the (South ern States, regenerated and redeemed, belt ing around us like a wall of intellectual Are, with its genial warmth, inspiring us to more noble action on this great question. . Oh! that the devouring flames of mental culture may girdle us about. May the light from the enmp-ftres of educational progress guide us to victory in this terrible struggle. Are we to disregard the situa tion by which we are surrounded ? leath er may we not look to the grand old Com monwealth of Virginia, as she stands out before us, with less wealth, more burden some taxation, but yet a far bettor school system than Tennessee will have, even though the present bill shall become...

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. — 12 March 1873

jUtoiMIk Mfthlfi tfnrmcle, Mftottsbarr, IJtarrb 12, 1873. WEDNESDAY MARCH 12, 1873. From "0!c Vlrplnnj.' Cor-esntlence of the Chronicle Lynciiiu ji, Va., March 3, 1S73. Here we nre in Lynchburg! We had read of her before we had met her citizens abroad and listened to their eulogies with eagerness, but never had seen her beforo to-day. rhe is greater than Rome for Rome hud only seven hills while Lynch burg has about seventeen. At least we had climbed up fourtcenjbefore dinner and saw three more ahead of us when the gong call ed us to our feed. In fact it is so hilly that town lota are sold by cubic measure, to pre vent purchasers from encroaching upon the cellar-room of neighbors on the oppo site side of the hill. And we have been told that dwellers In this "up and down" town were reversible hooks upon their shoes to keep from a too rapid progression in going down hill and a too rapid retro gression in going down hill. How true this is we can't say, but if it isn't it ought to be. EN...

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. — 12 March 1873

;iiuibillc Sftlcchltj bnmiclc, illcimcst)nn, JJlaccb 12, 187:3. letter From Jefferson Count?. NEAK.DANnRITKtK, jF.KKKItSON Co., 1 March 1, 1S73. Messrs. Bulk & Iitcns : Having no ticed an article In your paper of the 510 th of Februnry from Dandridgu mid Higncd "Alpha," which I take no exception!) to, wherein It docs not concern me nor east reflections on my official conductor char acter. As to the controversy in the church I lake no part, though my sympathy has always been with the Union aide. Where in I don't want the people of Jefferson county, misled is concerning the county farm and barn that is to be erected on it. I do not know who "Alpha" la and would ask him, who ever ho is, to inform the people that pay the money how far this barn has progressed and whose mill saws the lumber Doctor J. Nat. Lyle's or Doc tor J. C. C'awood's and how much this farm produces more than it lias been doing for several years ? Now, the fiicts are, that there are is no barn on the poor farm th...

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. — 12 March 1873

8 SSnwKIIc Mtthh (Opamtlt, Itttint&ixn, Xmh 12, ,1873. HOME CIRCLE. OPE THE OOK. Open the door for tho children, Tenderly (rather tliotn in : In from the highways and hedges, In from tho places of sin. Some aro young find so helpless, Some are so hungry and cold; Open tho door for tho children, Gather them into tho fold. Open tho door for tho children ; Seel they aro coming in throngs j Bid them sit; down to the banquet, Tench them vour beautiful songs j Tray you tho father to bless them ; l'ra'y you that grnco may bo givon j Open tho door for tho children, "Of such is tho kingdom of heaven.1 Open the door for tho children ; Take the dear lambs by the hand ; Foint them to truth and to goodness, Show them to good in tho land. Some are so young and helpless, Some are so hungry and cold ; Open the door for the children, Gather them into the fold. A Segro Wedding. The bride and groom, answering to the names of Andrew and Kuey, were field hands of unspeakably pure Uuinea blood, and b...

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. — 19 March 1873

JOT-VJ.'M VOL. III. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. MARCH 10. IS73. NO. 51. FACTS AB01T EAST TENNESSEE. Inrorniatlon to (orrrttpoiuteiit. Enquiries From Abroad About a Cotton Factory. . so. xcx. Kditors Ciironcxe: A New York gentleman having recently seen a commu nication of the undersigned lu your paper, setting forth the advantages of a cotton factory in this city, wrote me a letter of enquiry concerning it, and requesting that I should give him fuller information on the subject. I will state that he is engag ed in the cotton factory business, is thor oughly informed as to its management, and is prepared to Invest some capital in the enterprise here if he can obtain the necessary encouragement. He is doing very well where he is, but on account of the rigorous climate of his section and his pre-dispositionto a pulmonary complaint, he is anxious to change his location, and seek a home in the balmy region of East Tennessee. In this he lias shown his good sense. "Why should he, or any on...

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. — 19 March 1873

lln0billc Mcchln Cljromtlt, Mctastmii, gtitrrb 1ST, 1673. 1V ! C7 FAIOI ANU HOMK. WEDNESDAY, MAHCII 10,:iS73 Brrakliiff Land. The Southern Cultivator for Felnuaiy liivoisus wilh the following pointed hints: The present ami the next month are npt to be rainy, ami the land, in eonsfijmnce, not often iu condition to receive the plow. We urged our readers lu the autumn months to press forward their ploughing. If they do no, we congratulate them now on freedom from the harrassing npprehen nion that if they wait for land to get in proper condition, they may fail to finish up titfore planting time or if disregard ing the condition of their lands, they push on, many find them after the w inds of Hprinji have passed over them, in worse condition than if they had never been touched. To those who have been so un fortunate as to be caught betweea the two horns of this dilemma, our advice is ; take the chances of getting through iu time, and plough only when the land is suffi ciently dry. .See t...

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. — 19 March 1873

SmwbUlc Mcchln Chronicle fc&trtmcsba?, mh 10, 1873. .7 win NARBi.r. iNrr.iu.vr. CnpilnlUls liilcrrMlpd in Ihrlr Iorti. Itlfllt, Knoxville I.IKcly be lMVgftr Itoiiettltert. We took occasion yesterday to visit the Government quarry at Mecklenburg and found it the scene of even greater uctivity tlinn wo had supposed. Since the weather tins settled so as to justify active opera tions, (.ieii. Jlolmnn, the superintendent, has put on additional force, and will jush forward . tho work day Jind night until enough stone is cot out to complete tho building, lie thinks this will be done in three months, lie is now getting out stone for the cornice of the building, some of which are very large. lhey will weigh thirteen tons when cut nud dressed ready lor laving. When ilie government building is com pleted, a irivute company will take t-lfttrge of the quarry and proposed to fret out mar ble for shipment to some of the large cities. The company is composed of George W. Ross, of this city, nud...

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. — 19 March 1873

3iji0bilte Mcchln Cljrmtidc, OTcbncsuan, SJawfe 19, 1873. ffibc OTccHit (Ebronitlc. RULE & KICKS, Publishers, dumber 19 Market riacc, East Side. TI.KM OF M IIM BII'TIOX. One copy, one year $- 00 One copy, six month v..... 1 00 Ton copies, nue uar H - -5 00 Twenty copits. one year 30 00 WEDNESDAY. . ... MARCH 10, 1873! "Wendell. Pjiillits speaks of a Yankee invention for saving labor, as a "Yankee skulking the final curse of getting bis liv ing by the sweat of bis brow." Bismarck has not yet given up the idea of limiting the powers of the Roman Cath olic clergy. He has just made a power ful speech in advocacy of his vjews. The Philadelphia Tress thinks Wm. liloyd Garrison the most magnificent specimen of a fossil on the continent. Alex. II. Stephens not excepted. Hon. W. Y. Elliott, of Murfreesboro', has been appointed Tension Agent at Nashville. Mr. Elliott is a high toned gentleman and possesses the entire confi dence of all parties. , A Florida pnper is happy over the elec tio...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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