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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 23 April 1873

ghtorfriUc McthIj);Cfer0raf(c;,Mcbntsl;i2, pril. ".23, 187.3. ' 5. WEDNESDAY: APRIL 23, 1873 NPECIMEM COPIEft Of the Cbbokici.i mailed free to any iddreu on np I lioation. .... MATES OF ADVEHT1NIKO IM WKtKI.Y. Ten lines, or less, aolid, to oonfitltnte a tqunro. e a a r n 1 Ktunre J 1 50 $ 3 .VI $ 4 Nl 6 M 00 f!fi () 2 Squared Ii 3U, 6 00 g 60: 10 50: li fiO '27 00 3 Square ! 4 W 9 00 11 Mi; 14 SO1 i ! ST SO 4Liunrmi H l 11 SO 14 OO1 li 00 HO 00 4 1 00 5Bquarcs 1 T 50' 14 00! It) 60 i 28 00 ' 30 50 55 U) H ' I I ' I DetmlitR Dr. - ' 1 Wo are authorized by the President of me Association, to Bay mat mere will lie a . 1 1 .11 a , . . . . meeting oi an persons aesirous to partici pate in the annual decoration of the graves of the Union aolflipr. nt thn fnnrl Lnm next Thursday night, at 8 o'clock. It is i t. i . in - i , . uuiuu mat were win ue a juu attendance Urand Division, Rons of Trnprrmrf. The regular Quarterly Session of the Grand Division of Kant Tennessee, Sons of temperance wil...

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. — 23 April 1873

6 jkosbilk aMtthlg omdt, tbrostajj, $pril 23, 1875, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23, 1873. GEN. CANBY. Iu view of the dentil oflii'U. Cauby, len. Sherman has issued the following leneral Order : "Jfrarlrjuartrr of the Arm. Washing ton, I). C, April 14, 1S73 General Order, No. 3 It again becomes the) Bad duty of the General to announce to the army the death of one of our mopt illustrious and moat honored comrades, Urigndier General Kdwnrd II. H. Canby, commanding the Department of the Columbia, who was on Friday hint, April 11th, nhot dead by the Chief, Jack, while he was endeavoring to. mediate for the removal of the Modocs from their present rocky fastnesses, on the northern border of California, to a reserva tion where the tribe could be maintained and protected by the proper civil agents of the Government. That such, a life should have been sacrificed In such & cause will ever be a source of regret to his relations and friends. Yet the General trusts that nil good soldiers will be consol...

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. — 23 April 1873

ghoibillt -SSIccklij Chronicle, ticLl ciJncstJan r i 1 11 1 875 ... Copt. Jack and 11U Band. A correspondent writing from Yreku some six mouths since, on the tuobt noto rious of the Modoc band, Buid of C'nptain Jack : He is a stalwart Indian, who is well known at this place, having come here o. ten to purchase supplies of whisky and the like. Captain Jack's costume on these vis its consisted of nothing but a black silk stovepipe and a pray woolen blanket. Ho always carried himself rather insolently, and had many a quarrel here with people who he fancied had Insulted llm. The other prominent members of the band are Hcarfaced Charley, Bogus Charley, One Eyed Watchman, the Doctor, and Black Jim. The former is an Indian of great bravery', an d is said to be a desperado of the worst kind. He, too, has often visited Yreka. He speaks English quite well, and at the beginning of trouble acted as inter preter between the troop's and Captain Jack, who is ignorant ot the language. The other Ind...

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. — 23 April 1873

8 SnoibUIt Witthb tyxonuU, Ktlcbnxsban, ynl 1870. HOME CIltCLK. IY CKECU. BY I'HKIIK CARY. ( hold that Christian grace abounds Where charity ia seen ; thut uhen We climb to heaven, 'tis on theroundi Of lore to men. I hold nil else, named piuty, A soluVh ichemo, avain pretense, Where center is not, can there be Circumference? This 1 moreover hold, and dare Affirm where'er my rhyme may go ; Wlintovcr things be sweet or fair, Lovo makes them lo. Whether it be the lullabies That charm to rest tho nursling bird, Or that sweat conference of sighs And blushes, in a do without a word. Whether the dazzling and thf flush Of softly sumptuous garden bowers, Or, by some cabin door, a hush If ragged (lowers. 'Tis not the wide phylactery. "or stubborn fast, nor ttated prayers That make us saints; wo judge the tree By what it boars. A i.d 'hon n man cm live aptir!. From works, on ihoologic trm, f now the blod about his heart Is dry as rlut, How ffcss Managed Tom. , , Tom's sinter Nell was pretty, r...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 30 April 1873

a l:J. VOL. IY. WKDNESDAY, APRIL no, 1873. THE WEEKLY CHROSICLE Publisher In every iue. fn'cti abont the noil, climate, production!, price of land, and advantaged offered to immigrants' in East Tennessee. There articles are in tended to afford reliable information to etranfeerx, and are prepared ca'ifully and afford the cheapest and mot reliable Information obtainable. Specimen, cop ies of the paper sent on application. For term of vubscription see fourth pare. FACTS ABOUT EAST TENNESSEE. The Iron Works at Oakdale. . "o, civ. Our remarks last week as to the great change wrought In the country about Rockwood by the grand industrial enter prise of the Roane Iron Company, apply with equal force to the new life and wealth brought i nto the northeastern part of Roan county by the iron works of the Oakdale Company. Last fall a party of Eastern gentlemen had the sagacity to purchase at the foot of Walden'sllidge, near "Winter' Gap, aa exceedingly valuable body of mineral land, favorably si...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 30 April 1873

gtaffrfuUe Mttlxln omelc, WfttimtztoQ, pxl 1873. WEDNESDAY APRIL 30, 1873. IVYIOI AND HOiMK. Household Hints. la mukiug iit's of rhubarb, dou't forget toiulil n linuilful of rataing. If you stew tho rhubarb lirst, ami let it stand till cold, it will not require ns much sugar toswceten it. . In making pies, always mix your crust with pure cold cold water, rubbing just ns little lard into the flour as will do. Make the undercrust only short enough to cut easily ; it is more healthy than when made rich and short, and the undercrust of pies are bad enough at best. For the top crust hike the remainder of your dough ou the pie-board, roll very thin, spread all over with a little lard or butter, then sprinkle on a good bit of flour all over evenly, so much that you can not see the butter or lard at all. Then begin at one aide, roll up tightly, let it lie a few minutes, then cut crosswise of the roll pieces large enough for an up per crust, tip each piuJuon the.end,sprinkle well with flour,...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 30 April 1873

TELGtiltAPIC 8rjIAItT. " frljthtlatsr for fhrlr Beer. Frankfort, April 22. The rioting in this city yesterday was caused by an ad vance in the price of beer. Disorderly 1 emonstrations lasted until midnight and the troops were pelted with stones several times during the evening. Sixteen breweries were wrecked by the rioters and there wns much plundering during the conflict which took place. Twelve persons were killed and forty wounded. One hun dred and twenty of the rioters were ar rested. Killed by m Iron Skillet. Chicago, April 23. Wm, Brown, a col ored barber, finding one of his colored em ployees. Jesse Jones, visiting his sick wife, lost night, became violently enraged, and, seizin" a Iheavy Iron skillet, beat Jones over the head In a terrible manner. Jones died this morning. The murderer has been arrested. Jealousy is the alleged cause. Kallrond Injunction Continued. RAT.Eiair, N. C, April 2.1. The injunc tion against the Richmond and Danville railroad, to restrain the Company...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 30 April 1873

Jhutt'billc cuttcchl) (ftbromtic, Mctmcsban, yx 3 a,,, 1873.. &k Mlcthln (jTbiomcIc. RULE & HICKS, Publishers, JS'MitLtr 1! Market Place, East Side. ti:km or m hmkiption. One joi y, or.o yenr 12 00 One coi y, six months . 1 00 Ten eoi'ic?, one yenr 15 00 Twenty copies one year, 30 00 WEDNESDAY . '. . . . Al'lUL 30. 1X73. The New York Graphic thinks the ef fort to reorganize the Democratic party is heroic but It is the heroism of despair. It has been noted tbat President Liu coin and General Cauby, who were very intimate friends, were both assassinated on Good Friday. McNelley of the Cleveland ( P.annir, hungry perhaps. At any rate he Is grow ing desperate and threatens his non-paying subscribers with the Modocs. We regret to notice the death of Mrs. rurvis, the wife of one of the publishers of the Nashville Pan n tr. She is referred to as u lady of unusual beauty aud noble character. ..... A convention of prominent railroad men will be held at. Augusta, on the 12th of next m...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 30 April 1873

gAnojrbUIc .ffitftchlfi Cljrjoniclc IctJucstian, 3,pril:30, 1873. WSDNE8DAY r.' . . . , APKIL 80. 1873. SPECIMEN t'OPIK.4 Of thi Chkomicli mailed free to any td Jreel on p I Uoation. KATES Of' ADVERTlalXtt II WEEKLY. Ten linos, or loss, solid, to constitute a square. S I ?' a snc:, ri l n X Square .1 $ 1 69 $ 8 SO $ 4 Nl i 8 P0 9 00 815 00 2 3quarnt II 8 00 8 00i 8 ftu 10 M. lrt MM 27 00 36iuares I 4 60 i 001 Jl WM 14 SO; 1 SO' S7 50 4 8.iuiires II 6 00' 11 M' 14 00 1 IS ool 311 00 4!S Id) 6 Squares ;1 7 50. 14 W) W 601 21 00' 3D 50 55 50 TO OIR KOBT1IEKN READER Subscribers from the North teach us In numbers by every mail. It Is impossible for us to answer nil the inquiries pro pounded in their letters. It they would Consult our Market Reports, Local News and Advertisements, they would often find their questions answered. Lands for sale are numerously advertised in our columns. Northern peopledesirlng information ubout East Tennessee should look In other col umns of the Chronicle, b...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 30 April 1873

lUioifcill Wit this Cjjnmirtt, tbitcsirag, .jjril 3tr, . 1873. 6 WEDNESDAY, APRIL .TO, 1873. SAN SALVADOR IN RUINS. tt. he Enrlliqnnk and the Cnnae) of Panama, April 5. Reports from Ban Salvador state that the authorities still persist in rebuilding the city on the same ,ite, although this is the eighth time with in u hundred years that that city has been destroyed. Most of the people, neverthe less, have removed to Banta Tecln. The only building that stood the shocks with the least injury was a building erected of timber. The impulse at present is to im port timber from California fur the con utructlon of such earthquake-proof houses. Aid and money have been tendered and Kent from all parts of the republic. Ev erything has risen to exorbitant prices. The prisoners in Jail were removed to oth er places, and the sinters of charity have been assiduous in their attendance on the wick and wounded. THE TERRIBLE EARTHQUAKE. A fine bridge lately built across the river to Sapapango was thro...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 30 April 1873

$n0bille , Sffittthln Chronicle, Mcimesbag, gtpril M, 1673. WILLIAM H. 8KWARD. Mrmwrlat mrvir Ht Albany Oration by CharlM t'nmeln A U ante. Amiany, April IS- The Senate and As- Hcuibly, Governor and Htate oflicers, judi ciary, and Common Council, of this citv. met at the capital at 10 a. m., and forming line marched to the North Keformeu JHitch Church, to hear the oration of Hon. Charles Frauds Adams on the lato William If. Beward. After music, mavcr and read ing of the memorial resolutions of the iitgiBlature, Mr. Adams was introduced to the audience by Uovernor Dix, and lie proceeded to deliver ills oration. Mr. Adams onened his address bv an nl lusion to the discussion held by Hocrates with his uiscinles. whether such a union Is possible in one and the same individual as that of a philosopher and a statesman "a man in whom the power of thought and action is perfectly balanced, equal to the present and reaching forward to the iuture." Without attempting to enter upon such a topie,...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 30 April 1873

8 II03IK CHICLE. OI'R DAILY BRDtl). , A tapenr boy etoiiriod at a rich man's door ; I ni houst'less, mi1 friendless, and faint nd poor," Snid ttio bi'pfjar boy, as tho U'ar-tlrop rolled i)own Ins tliin check, blnnclicd with want nnd cold. "Oh g vo mo n crust from your board to-day, To help the bepgur-boy on his way I" " Not ii Tut nor n crumb," tho rich man suid ; " Bo oil', and work for your daily brend." The rich man wont to tho parish church, His face praw grave as ho trod the porch, And the ttironeinr poor, the untaught nmss, Tlrcw back to let the rich mnn pa??. The servioo begin, tho choral hymn Arose, and swelled through tho nislei dim; Then tho rich mnn knelt, and the words he said AVer?, " Give tia this day our daily bread !'' The Ills,' I'lmrcli Over (ho Chanel. " Wluit 1d you expect to make?'' said Millie, curiously, continuing the drift of the previous conversation. " I toltl Mrs. fcjauderson, when I was a little fellow, that I expected to make a man," I answered; "and no...

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. — 7 May 1873

til 1 ki. jk jn VOL. IV. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. MAY 7, IS73. NO. G. WEDNESDAY MAY 7, 1873. THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE rublinbos in every Issue, facts about tha roil, climate, production!, price of land.", nnd advantages offered to immigrant in East Tennessee. The?e articles are in tended to afford reliable information to strangers, and are prepared carefully and afford the olieapet and most reliableinformation obtainable Specimen cop ies of the paper sent on application. For terms of subscription see fourth pane. FACTS ABOUT EAST TENNESSEE. Our Churches Quaker Settle ment Our Climate an a Health Resort. NO. ( V. A correspondent from Indianapolis, writing on behalf of several proposed im migrants, wants to know about the churches and schools in Knoxville. We have two Presbyterian, two Method, ist, two Episcopalian, one Baptist, one Welsh, one German Lutheran, one Catho lic, and missionary churches of almost every denomination. We have colored churches of every creed except Catholic. ...

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. — 7 May 1873

Jtnmbillc Uchln Chronicle ftalcfciusfrin, lh 7, S73. V "II. . ..VI.. l'V.. . . . WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, lfT3. lVltt -VIVt 1I0311: Hriprul Hints for Housewives. Potato Two cups) cold inaahoil po tatoes; stir in it two tublospoons of nit'ltetl Imtter, beating to ft cream ; add two wcll-brati-u eggs, one cup crenni or milk ; pour into a deep dish ; liake in a quick oven. To Waterproof JJoots and Short. liefore applying;, warm the boots a little, but take care liot'to hold them in the lire. Melt to gether half a pint of boiled linseed oil, two ounces of suet, half an ounce of beeswax, and half nu ounce of resiu. Slack Paint for Ironwork. A varnish for ironwork can be made as follows : Ob tain some good clean gas tar, and boil for four or five hours, until it runs as fine as water; then add one quart of turpentine to a gallon of tar, and boil another half hour. Apply hot. juin$i,i. A simple preventive for quiney is to wear a string of amber beads ii ron ml the neck j they may be worn a lit tl...

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. — 7 May 1873

JhoifbUIc fcalcthlir (Sjjrmutlc, fcMctmcsban, JUan 7, 187:). INDIAN NEWS. LITEST FROM THE L.1VA BEDS. Tbe Modocs Capture Fourteen Gnus and 2,000 Hounds of Ammunition. Tliflr Entire Force Estimated at Thirty-live Men. A Fire Dance of the Modocs Interrupted. The H arm Spring Indians Fired on by Mistake. administering strvchnii'e to them in their food. The bioux fell on the post aud num bered all the Americans In the vicinity. They rIbo stated that the half breeds liv ing in the neighborhood shared tlie name fate, but this is contradicted bv another report. Oyphend Hill is about four hun dred and fifty miles from Fort deary. Everything Qnlct at Prrnenl. Washington, May 2. A lava bed f pe dal says that all the troops have returned, but nothing has been heard of Lieutenant Cranston. The Modocs had a large tire dance. The Warm .Spring Indians, dur ing the excitement of the light were fired upon by the soldiers and compelled to re treat. The mules have the epizootic. 1- our men were found ...

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. — 7 May 1873

Jtiunbillc Wu)) 0nitlc, MUtmcsuan, hv 7, 1873, 5 Ebc SJUthlfi (Ebromtle. RULE & RICKS, Publishers, dumber 18 Market Place, Eaut Side. TERMS OF fiCBSt ItlFTIO.V. One copy, one yenr .. $2 00 One co.y. si" months 1 00 Ten copies, one year 15 00 Twenty copies, one year 30 00 WEDNESDAY APklL- Si 1ST3. The Supreme Court of the United States ban decided that a suicide committed by the bearer of a life insurauec policy, who is of unsound mind, does not relieve the company, though the policy btipulates against suicide. Several State courts have decided similarly, and so should they nil decide. . The recent election in Tails was to fill a vacancy in the Assembly, Monsieur de Reruusat, the defeated candidate was Sec retary of State to President Thiers, his tried friend and was a candidate at the President's request. His defeat by a deci ded vote is disastrous to Thiers and bis action under this state of affairs will be eagerly watched. The State Superintendent of Public In struction has ca...

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. — 7 May 1873

gtttorbillc ggltthlg Cjjronttlc, Sulcimcsfcan, Jttan 7, 1373. APRIL 30. 1873. sPEri3ir.Br corn: Of the Cbboxicli mailed free to any addresi on Iiniitinn. BATCH OF ADVERTIftlM 1ST WEEKLY. Ten line, or Inn, lolid. to constitute a iqusre. I' S a if I Snnare ; 1 .V) 3 W' 4 SO S 6 SO t 9 00 f15 no 3juures t 3 ah 6 00 8 So! 10 SO l'i 50; 27.00 3 equnrss )' 4 SO 9 00 1 11 Mil 11 "i.l 2-i SO' 37 SO 30 00 45 00 as so: W 50 6 bqoaree.. B 001 11 SO, 14 00 H (M 7 50- U 00. lti 50 28 (K) Conundrum. Why did the Modocs take to the lav veat liecause Lnele Sam turned a cold suouiuer to tlieni. Funeral Sermon. Kev. ihos. H. Russell will preach the luneral sermon of Mrs. Hester A. Hall, wife of Edmund Hall, at Fountain Head next wunaay morning. Ready for Travel. 'llierepaln on the bridge at Lendvale on uie Cincinnati, Cumberland Gap and cuanesion nauroud, are now complete and the road in now open for passengers WU4 JJCIgUl. Japanene Pen. We invite attention to the advertisement or L,. l,. usment, in a...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 7 May 1873

6 JtnovbiKc ftatcchln Cmwic, Icbncstmn, Uan 7, 1870. WEDNESDAY . . MAY 7. 1873. Sliiickiiasty Jack A Touching Obituary. Ar;ilii nre we pulled upou to perform the pniuful duty of announcing the death of one who, if not altogether lovely, was ehief anions a fraction of thousand spirits who are not yet made' perfect. We refer to ".Shackuaaty Jack," the peniel, whole smiled, or perhaps (considering his mixed puiHiitage) we should say half-souled, copper-colored gentleman, who recently died jeacefuliy, and in pieces, in his little lava lied. Jack did not wrap what little dra pery he had about him aud lie down to pleu-ant dreams, and his demise was hast ened by n seven inch shell that entered and exploded in his diaphragm, running a digestive apparatus that l ad never been disturbed by banquets of roast dog and salt horse, washed down by copious draughts of fiery untamed benzine and needle-gun whisky. As we recall the virtues of the deceased, our pen unconsciouly drifts into the Philadelp...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 7 May 1873

'ffnMbillc SMcchlji Cbruniclc, (Lilletmcston, Ittan 7, 1873. nnd Sclmols ( oil nly. Mt. Horeii, TKXX.f April UStli, ls7.5. Editors Chiiomi'I.e: Since my lust communication on the prospects of the fruit crop in this section, we have liml n very lienvy frost with some freezing, i i niiRiiiiiHuiTii very uesmieuve to the fruit crop. My information is that the on tire fruit crop iu this pnrt of the country i thought to he killed. On the low lands the leaves of the forest me even killed lv tli frost. Much damnpe has been done to the early garden vegetation Our citizens are becoming somewhat In terested In a question, which presented it- neir to our county court at its last term, looking forward to the re-districting of the county into civil districts. Ow ing to the inconvenience of the voting places in some or me precincts, ana a dissatisfaction which predominates in some localities in tne county, it appears to ben foregone con elusion timt something will have to be one ty tne county Cour...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 7 May 1873

8 xoxbk Mtthhi 20mde Icimcsban, Stan 7, 1673. HOME CIUCLi:. till I. DA MM. A I.. Mr. Bret Hnrtc, in tho Trihune, colchrates William Otiild. tho engineer 'of tho train which, n the 10th of April, plunged into Meadow firook, on the lino of the Stoninirton and Provi dence railroad. It was his custom, ns often hi lie parsed his homo, to whistlonn "nil's well ' to his wife. Ho was found, nftor the disaster, dead, with his hand on tho throttlo-valve of his engine. The poem fairly illustrates the gonius of Hret Harto. To our mind it is one of tho most eloquent that has heen written for many a dav. (inly Whittier writes such verses and he only occasionally. Two low whistles, quiet and clear, That was tho signal the engineer That was the signal that Guild, tis said Gave to his wife at Providence, As through the sleeping town, and thence, Out in the nieht, On to tho light, Down pnt the farms, lying white, he sped! As a husband' 1 greeting, scant no doubt, Yet to tho woman looking out, "Watchi...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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