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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 19 March 1873

Jlnoibillc SMtthlfi 'Chronicle Uimcsban, Panlj M, 1873. 5 WEDNESDAY MAKC1I 10, 1873. NPEl'inr.X C'OPIF.N Of the Crrokicli mailed free to anj aiMreai on an t licntiim. KA'IKIS F ADVKKTIMXU Iff WECH1.T. Ten lino.. or 1im, solid, to conxtitute square. J a H 1 Pnuure $ 1 SO' 3 H)'$ 4 SO $ 6 ISO J 9 00 SIS 00 2 Squnrea I 3 0OI 6 001 S Mil 10 501 lfi SO I 27 00 3 Square 4 Sol 4 Squares ; 6 Onl 6UaroB 7 50 9 001 11 SO 14 (m 16 60 14 sni 15 00 SOl 3T 50 4 S 00 55 50 11 Nl U 0U SO 00! 31)50, 28 00 Parkey, Chiles & Co.. claims, and pay special fees for special contractu. will prosecute commissioners' iilwL'm. Revival. We learu that an interesting meeting is in progress day and night at (he M. E. Church in Greeneville, the house Being crowded at every service. A glorious re vival is anticipated. A Clood Idea. A subscriber to the Daily (Jhkomclk says that he would be much obliged to a certain man if he would cease to train his dog to carry otr his paper every morning, at least until lie lia...

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. — 19 March 1873

Jinmbillc Stttfhljj (Mjramdc, fflttbiusbaj?,. .gtarrb jg, 1873. WEDNESDAY, . MAltCU :i, 187 i:ohi or i ii Irrr mill KiilllilNlnMIr Meeltlitf. There was a good turnout yesterday eve ning nt tlio Board of Trade Eotun, of tho leading businessmen of our city, who seem to have awakened to a realization of their best ink-rests'. The meeting was very har monious, and the following important business was raiwicted : The meeting was called to order by the President, Mr. W. W. Woodniir. The minutes were read, and approved without objection. Mr. Bailey then read the following re port : Mr. President and Gr.nthuun of tho Hoard of Trade: Your committee, appointed to confer with Rev. J. F. Spence, Chairman Hub Committee on Locution of tho proposed Southern Central University of theM.E. Church, beg leave to report the following: We are informed thai the General Con ference of the M. E. Church at its quadren nial session, held in New York in May last, created an Educational .Bureau, and at the same...

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. — 19 March 1873

IK j I ;i : I. titer from ( Union. Clinton, Tknx., MmvIi lo, ls;:j. Editors Ciikonki.i: : Clinton, the well known capital of AihIithoii i-outity, is the first town north of Knoxville njion the Knoxville nml Ohio Knilroml, nlso uixn Clinch river, and is not exactly fpreuil out over "seven hills," hut so fur Hint if its limits were nightly extended it might very ensily cover seven, or even al most nn indefinite number, tor it 1m situat ed right down nmotiK them, und you have only to glanco but n slight distance w-st until the- eye reals upon the renowned Cumberland range looming uj. majenti cully us if to proudly check the eye from the extended panorama. The public rontls of this county are in a deplorable state huve been utmost im passable, with apparently bottomless mires in places. It In hoped our present Lcgis ' lature will create some system to jrive us better public roads, discarding wholly our present worthless system. A )ro rata and Iter capita tax distributed fairly and with ...

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. — 19 March 1873

Jteeibillt MttWjj C&ronMe, Witbmi&m), Jitartb Iff, 1673. iioju; CHICLE. BTROX'RFARCWCLI. TO III WIFE. Faro the well I and if for ever, Still forever fare thee well : Even though unforgiving, never 'Gainst thco shall my heart rebel. Would thiit brensl were bared before the "Whoro thy head to oft both lain, While tli lit placid sleep camoo'or the Which thou ne'er canst know again : Would that breast, by thee glanced o'er, Every inmost thought could show 1 Then thou would' tt at last discover 'T was not well to spurn it so. Though the world for this commond thec Though it smile upon the blow, Even its praises mustofl'end thec, Founded on another's woo: Though my many faults defaced me, Could no other arm be found, Than one which once embraced me, To inflict a cureless wound ? Yet, oh yet, thyself deceive not; Love may sink by slow decay, But by sudden wrench, believe not Hearts can thus be torn away . Still thine own its life retaincth Still must mine, though bleeding, beat And...

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. — 29 March 1873

VOL. III. KNOXVILLE, TENN., AVEDNESDAY. MARCH 29. 1S73. NO. 52. FACTS ABOl'T E.IST TENNESSEE. Cocke County nnd Coal Creek. NO. CI. Cocke county Is one of the upper coun ties of East Tennessee, laying at the base of the Smoky Mountains nnd adjoining the State of North Carolina. Newport was the former county site, with n mnall pop ulation and 'with no very active state of business operations. It has been greatly injured, in this respect, by the town of Clifton, which Jias recently grown up on the Cincinnati, Cumberland Gap and Charleston railroad. Having the advanta ges of a railroad, business men, ns a matter of course, have concentrated their means and their energies upon this point. It is .as a consequence a prosperous village. It supports a number of stores and all of them, so far as wo know, making money. There are two or three establishments engaged in manufacturing leather nnd boots and shoes, besides an excellent (louring mill. The educational feature is a lavorable one, there...

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. — 29 March 1873

2 Jhioibille WttUu tyrannic, Mttoitsbafi, Startb 2G, 1875. JwxdlU Beffehj (Shrank Jr. FAIOJC AND II03IK WEDNESDAY MARCH 20, 1873 Preparing Land for Tobacco Plants. A Virginia Farmer's Club adopted the following ns the sentiment of the Club on this subject : That, as a matter of econ omy, burning should be dispensed with, except on such land as actually required it ; not that burning was of no use, but not necessary, and by omitting it much wiod and labor would be saved. The following nlan. without burning, had long been sue oessf u 1 1 y pract i ced by ni em be rs of t h e C 1 u b : Belect a place in woods of original growth, as far as possible from arable lands and old plant beds; grub, and clean off all leaves and trash, then coulter the bed deep and well, turning as little of the surface soil as possible. fcSow 1,000 lbs. of guano per acre, and rake it in, leaving the surface of the bed level. Bow the seed, one pipeful to every ten square yards, tread them in and cover well, firs...

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. — 29 March 1873

ghorfrillt g&cthtg titytmuk Mrbntsbnjt; Har 2G, 1873. 3 GOVZBItVEHT EAILKOADS. The growing power of railroads, now daily Increasing by consolidations and combinations of various kinds, Is attract ing the attention of the best minds of the country- In the transportation of pas sengers and freights they directly affect every business interest and the welfare of every citizen in the nation. Bo long as competition in this business Is assured, the people have some protection agalnBt exor bitant rates of freight and the reckless dan gerous transportation of passengers. But competition has been in so many cases practically cut off by the consolidation of rival lines, and combinations against cheap transportation by competing roads, that the people find little hope for the fu ture rrom this snirguuru. as a conse quence, some of our ablest and best men have been canvassing the best remedy for the growing evil. Unless some addi tional protection is devised the peo ple can not long contend...

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. — 29 March 1873

xaxbik aMtehlu 0mde, Mctmcstmn, glarrb SG, 1873. dTtc ttthln (Chronicle. RULE & HICKS, Publishers, Xumbcr 19 Market Place, East Side. tkhms or RrnsiiiiPTiox. One copy, one rear $2 00 One copy, fix months, 1 00 Ten copies, one year !S 00 Twenty copies, one year 30 00 "WEDNESDAY . . . "."MARCH SO.TstC The President, in accepting Secretary Boutwell' resignation, compliments him highly for his administration of the af fairs of the Treasury Department, and ex plicitly says, "The policy pursued in the oflice of Secretary of the Treasury hyj your successor I hope may ho as successful as yours has been and that no departure will he made except as experience and change of circumstances may make it necessary." Now that the local option law has passed, it may bo interesting to its friends to know that a prolonged legal conflict over its constitutionality has been going ou in Pennsylvania, which has just been favor ably decided. The case arose in Philadel phia and was carried to the Supreme...

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. — 29 March 1873

WEDNESDAY MA11C1I 2fi, 1873. flPECTMEX CUPIEH Of the CiiBOSici.l mailed fret to any address on ap l lioalion. Kati:n of Anvt:RTiix i. weekly. Ten lines, or loss, solid, to constitute a square. a H .2 ' Js 2 1 Snunre i f 1 50 t 3 SO S 4 5a t M 9 00 $15 00 2 square 1 8 001 6 001 8 SO' 10 501 14 AO, 27 00 8fMiaarr 4 50 9 ()' 11 50. 11 60 Z 50 37 50 4 Squares fi 00 11 So' 11 Ool H 001 3fl 00 4Ji 0) 6 Squares 7 50 14 00, 10 501 24 w 39 50 55 50 ' . !J I l . l'arkey, Chiles fc Co., will prosecute claims, and pay special commissioners' fees for special contracts. ii!2w2iu. Mineral Rprlng-a. Wo are Informed that Ladd's .Springs, nituated about fifteen miles from Cleve land, will be opened for the reception of guests this season. A hotel nnd a number of cottages tire being erect'd and a hack lino will run during the summer, from Cleveland to the Springs. t'n I vert. The Street Committee- have lately hud several durable culverts put down iu'dlffer citt parts of the city and are now engaged in...

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 March 1873

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2T., 1873 how it pats nscimn. Horn Figures of (pM lal Present Inlereat. The Cincinnati Commercial in noting the examinations of the Medical Colleges of that city, ami tbe great benefit they are to the city, put the matter before its readers in the light of dollars and cents as follows : The advautoges to the city arising from this are perhaps measured by dollars and cents. To do this we will take the num ber of students who studied here during the cession just closed. Of course the figures are approximate only. Thus: Twenty-two weeks at $" per week for each student 4154 Tuition (X) Booki, instrument, &c 60 ToUl 204 Which multiplied by 650. the whole num ber of students, gives a grand total of $145,- 5.VO expended here in the interest or medi cal education alone. The influence of the presence of these students is not to be overlooked either, for many of them are not only visited by friends and relatives who expend money here and establish business correspondence ...

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 March 1873

x4 Headstones for Dead Soldier. The army appropriation bill appropriates $275,000 for establishing and maintaining national military cemeteries, with the fol lowing proviso : That the headstones required by an act entitled "An aet to establish and protect national cemeteries," approved February 22, 18G7, and the act anieudntory thereof, approved June 8, 1872, shall be of durable stone and of.sucli design and weight as fliall keep them In pines when set; and the contract for supplying the name shull be awarded by the Hoereiiiry of War. after sixty days' advertisement in ten newspa pers of general circulation, to somo re sponsible person or persons whose samples and bids shall in thegreatcst measure com bine the elements of durability, decency and clwapncss ; and the sum of $1,000,01)0 is hereby appropriated forsaid purpose out vi nny money in uie Treasury not other wise appropriated ; and the Secretary of v ur siiHii nrsi aeiermine lor me various cemeteries the size and model for suc...

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 March 1873

J' e HOME CIHCLE. I'I.ksox AiS or Tin: itriod. ur oRrmccs r. kef.r. Friin the llaily Cirni'hic Oreon saw the bout wbs oti", nnd wildly flew for it. The lito inf.iranoo fuiks criel, "Let 'em sue lor it." Jnr.e ned ciirnphene to light hor f.ro the faster, "We lny tier to reft," intoned the pastor. Smith Mow the. gas out ere tho bed ho glided Leaving hi family quite unprovided for. To lrnrn if it was charged, Jones breathed into his fowling piece, His widow une.ie will support his howling niece. Crown thought he'd flirt with Simpson's wife a little, The.jury stood n dozen for ncquittu'. "I'll shave," quoth Ruth, of woman's rights tho forerunner. "Tho ra.or must have slipped,'' observed tho coroner. Sti!p .lumped to reach n movirg rail car's pint form. A home's bereavement is shocking in that form, "What whisky one can itmd,'' said Tompkins, "try, oh, lot's," Hie sleep is sweet beneath tho arly violets. His shop girls put on topmost floors did Blaney, After the tiro they didn't count so...

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. — 2 April 1873

wiir-',,- - rw- .,..,,.,... . a IK If ( . A . A-lM A VOL IV KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. APRIL 2, 1873. NO. 1. THF. WEEKLY C1IROKIC1.E TblilUhm in aver) tatie. fact about the toil, rlimatr, production!, price of lands, and advantage offered to ImjEicranU in Eatt Tennessee. These articles art in tended to afford reliable Information U t tranters, and are prepared carefully and afford the cheapest and most reliable information obtainable. Specimen cop ioa of the paper lent on application. For termi of fiotacriptioa tee fourth putt. COAL AND IRON IN TEX5ESSEE. t;en. Wilder on Our Mineral RmMknree. No man In Tennessee has such thorough or practical knowledge of the coal and iron wealth of East Tennessee as Gen. Jno. T. Wilder, who for the past seven years has been literally living amid our coal and iron beds. He has favored us with ad vanced sheets of an article on the coal and Iron of Tennessee, which is such a valu able document that we give most of It in full to our readers. It Is a ...

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. — 2 April 1873

r WEDNESDAY APRIL 2. 187?J XVVIOX AND IIOMK Unttcr Making. I will give you something of my experi ence in butter making. "When I first be gan, I knew nothing concerning the man agement of milk, having trusted entirely to servants ; I did not even know the milk had to be thick or sour before we could produce butter. Now I get the praise for choice butter. 1 always wash my vessels thoroughly with cold, then hot water, af terward scalding ; exposing to sun or pure air, using one net of vessels in the morn ing, and taking fresh ones for night's milk. The milk should be kept the same temper ature. If you allow your milk to freeze, .you lose the greater portion of butter. If you allow your cream to become too warm, vou will have light Indifferent butter. In churning, if the milk foams or rises in the churn, it is an evidence that the cream is too cold: which can lie remedied by pour ing a portion of it into a vessel and warm ing on tno stove. Using part of the cream is sufficient, heing c...

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. — 2 April 1873

Mettlaar of Ihr ExfmtsX CgnmillM ef Pursuant to notice Riven the Centennial Committee for East Tennessee metyester day, afternoon at the Board of Trade Rooms and was called to order ly the chairman, C. W. Charlton. - The meeting wasoiened with prayer by Rev, Thc. Vi. Humes, when the object of the meeting was briefly explained by the chair. i On motion, Col, Geo. K. Grlsham, Judge T. Nixon Van Dyke, Dr. C. Wheeler end A. G. Bcott, Esq., were appointed Secre taries. Col. J. Monroe Meek, then explained the objects of thearaembly elaborately, and showed wherein a fine display of our wealth -of ore, minerals and agricultural product would be the best poamlble advertisement for our (state. At tne centennial celebra tion it wr designed to exhibit to the world the giant strides made by our infant re publiu in its race with other rations to ward prosperity and power. The cele bration of the hundredth anniversary of American independence wouia nam an nocn in the world's History, uemonstrat in...

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. — 2 April 1873

. $ttt0fbille , Mtehlji . fenmitltOTdjicsf i .1873. bc Mcchln (Sbronitlt. RULE & RICKS. Publishers, Xumbcr 19 Market riacc, East Hide. Tcnns or srfistEiPTioar. One cory, one jenr W 00 One copy, fix months, - 1 00 Ten copies, one yar, , 15 00 Twenty conlrt. one year... '. 30 00 "WEDNESDAY .... APRIL 2, 1873. The snow storm of last week was the severest anil heaviest of the winter iu the Northwest. So says the Chicago Journal. r- It is wild that Butler and Dawes will have n lively contest for the honor of the Republican nomination for Governor of Massachusetts this fall. "The stock board sales of the 24th 'show the following sales of Tennessee bonds : ?2,0(K) Tennessee 6s, u. b. c. S3. $10,000 Ten nessee 6s, old, 83?. It is gratifying to know that the New York World remains true to the Demo cratic faith. Hot for the laudable efforts of that patriotic sheet, this whole Yankee ij tit ion might long since have taken up its abode in the region where "Ward's ducks" are supposed to have...

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. — 2 April 1873

APIIIL 2, 1873 PECIMEX COPIES Of the CaaomcLi mailed free to any address on ap- lie t ion. BATES OF ADVERTia'lHU I sf"wEEuir. Tea linos, or loss, iolid, to constitute square. s B B ! .2 I SPACX. I 2 t 1 fquere..... 2 Squares... 3 Square?... 4 Squares... 6 Squares..., I 1 59 t 3 dO fl 60'$ 6 SO !l 00 5 00 .1 8 001 8 00 H 501 10 SO- 14 ISO! 2T 00 . !l V V). 11 wi n fin 6 oo; 11 M H no' 1 oo 7 60, 14 00, MM: 2i0U lit BO 80 00 S3 50, 37 50 45 fM I 55 50 n any young lady buy a new Hat le- iore looKing at tnose beautiful styles' at latrna'a I, ...Ill - in We would call attention to . the ' card of Messrs.. Uravca & llenry, lu another col umn, and recommend them to the public patronage, me ctrra jmeats for itself. . .ramey, miles Co. will prosecute claims, ana pay spec ial ...commissioners1 fees for special contract.- . 'iilUwni. - I'lne Cattle; Mr. A. White, of Blount county, sold Fanz 4c Jones on ' Tuesday, two steers weighing asiO pounds. .The larger one of iuo iwo weignea i,r.t pou...

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. — 2 April 1873

WEDNESDAY, AFKIL 2, 187 ' - f 1TBE TOltBETT TRASH. Tkf Ilwnsjfl Committee' Report line Mlaernble Job. C00H1T IHPERIlITEirSKTB OF FtTlLIC XJT- - ititotiofs. ; "' . Below we give that iirt of the school law I referring to County Superintendent : Rim:. 8. Be it further enacted. There shall be a County Superintendent for each county, who uliall be elected by the Coun ty Court at its April or July term, 1873, and after 1874 he Rhall be elected wenuiai Sat iinlav's Nashville Banner pays : The ri-Dort alluded to in the minutes of hv in January. and no memberof the Coun the proceedings of the House of Kcprcsen- t'y rjourt shall be a eligible to said ofllce. tatives yesterday, by the special commit- j'ie shall be a person of literary and scien- tee appointed to examine into the coho of fxf0 attainment, and, wheu practicable, of the State and Samuel Watson vs. the Pres- Hu ill in the art of teaching ; shall hold his ident and Directors of the Rank of Ten- ofllcefor two years, and shall receiv...

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. — 2 April 1873

US COLLEGE!. ,.. New AdTcrtlncmental" Wy T Rela) Mar KetnrntloBal Editors Chroxiclk : I was somewhat, nny, much surprised, to see tlio statement in your Issue of this morning, that ChriHt(an newspaper had come out in op position to the proposed (Jollege of the M. E. Church. I had supposed that nil denominations rejoiced in tho t'stablish- mentof Protestant Institutions of learning In our midst. Least of all did I look for opposition on the part of Unit church, whoso leaders plead so earnestly for none but Christian education for the young The spirit which actuated such an article is very different from that which I have witnessed in those who have referred to the recent donation of Commodore Van derbilt to establish a College for the M. E, Church, houth. I have heard men of various religious views refer lo it. and in all cases with expressions of reioiciuir and of congratulations for the recipients of the gnu mat cnurcn nas no college in Ten nessee, so far as I am aware, whereas the...

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. — 2 April 1873

a ginrefrHk , Cfahig, Sstadt W3mu&$, $ni 1623..? HOME CIIICLK. ( - A BABT ISTERTIEWCD. ; To A 1 1i ri.l ONB, JUST A WEEK OLD. Only a baby, Ihout any hair, 'Ueptjusta littlo fuz. here and tlie:e. Only a baby, name you have none; .. Barefooted and dimpled, swoet little one. Only a baby, teeth none at all j ' ' ' What are you good tor, only to squall ? Only a baby, just a week old ; What are you hare for, you little scold IIABY'S KEI'LT, Dnly a baby ! what should I be ? Lots o' big Iblka ha been little like me. 'Aintdotany hnir! s have too; 'Spose'n I haven't, des it tood grow. Mot any teeth wouldn't have one j Don't dot my dinner by gnawing a bone. What am I here (or ? 'at pretty mean ; Who's dot a better right, t ever you ieen ? What am I dood for ? did you say, Eber to many dood thing, every day, 'Tours I squnll sometimes, sometimes I bnwl, '.ey dassant spant me, 'cause l'so so small. Or.ly a baby, 'es sir, 'at so : 'N if you only could, you'd be one too." ' At's all I have to s...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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