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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 28 May 1873

3n0bUIc SMcthljj (iTferomtk, Mcimcstnin, H;in 28, 1873. Or aiwxviUf WtMy (LlxmxiUU. WEDNESDAY . . . MAY 28. 1873. NPR( IeX CO PI KM Of theCHROMlCM mailed free to any address on M Ilcatinn. KATKH OF AOVF.KTIM.VO IX MKt lil.Y. Ten lines, or less, solid, to constitute a square. 2 I a H 3 ! J: 1 8iure J 1 50 S 3 N) ( 4 Ml J 6 fin J ! Oft ?1S no 2 Squares 3 hquures 3 11 4 M 6 W 8 ftn; on 11 iiii in fin in fid on 11 ftn 1M ftn 11 on so nn as on 3D ftn I :i7 ftn S5 50 4 Niuarcs... 6 Squares... t 11 7 50 11 fin 14 on 14 00 lriou . lulta l or Hie Chronicle. We invite the attention of our friends lo our low club rates. Clubs of ten at one dollar ami a half each. Any friend is nu thori.ed to act as our agent. If you can't send ten names all at one time, stnd them one or two at a time at $1.50 each. Send us the money by registered letter or money order. Our "Weekly Chkonicle is cheap er than the cheap weeklies. They are filled up with advertisements and printed in lurge type. There is more and ...

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. — 28 May 1873

1870. ABOUT CRIMINAL fURISHMENr. The June number of Jlarpcrz' Magazine eontaiua au article from Mr. Cliarles Nonl lioir, entitled, "What shall we do with cropg3,"in which some sensible sugges tions are made as to criminal punishment in the United States. The object or con finement in prison is- to protect society from the dangerous characters who violate its laws. Two purposes are to be attained by prison discipline anil confinement. One we have stated above. The other is to re form the criminal to send him back to (ociety prepared by his discipline and teaching during confinement to be a better citizen. The statistics of crime show that some better mode of punishment is de manded. The State prisons of the several States now contain some 10,000 convicts. The prisons of all grades in the whole United States contain about SS.fiOO inmates. Most of these prisoners are between the ages of sixteen and forty-years. As com pared with the population of the country between those ages, the con...

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. — 28 May 1873

JlnovuiUc Wttkhj Chronicle, SJlcimcstot)f Man 2$, 1873. School Exhibitions In Bradley County. ' The JUue Spring Scmitmry closing exer cises took place on Thursday niid Friday of laxt week. . The examination was largely attended. Friday afternoon three prize classes in declamation were brought for ward, Tommie Oldham, Casie IJIair and B. 1J. McCulley wearing off the honors in their respective classes. Friday night the Students' Exhibition took place. In the first Prize Declamation Class Mr. John L. Bhugart won the prize, on unabridged dictionary. In l'rize Essay Class, Mixs I.oua IMair was awarded the prize. Other exer cises, consisting of declamation, dialogues and essays, were interspersed. The ora tions were delivered in the afternoon. Musio by the Dalton String Band. CHATATA SEMINARY. Chatata Seminary seven miles east of Cleveland, is now enjoying a vacation. The examination took place on last Tues day and Wednesday. The attendance was large, the attention good, and the patrons 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. — 28 May 1873

8 Jlnoibillc Mtthln djranulc Mrtmcshn, glaii 28, II03IK CHICLE. THE tlRST-nORX. DY KL1ZAI1BTIIT. KINNEV. Tread rcv'rontly, this is n holy j.hiee! A ?n!il this moment Tiore beijiin to be ; A spirit horn to live ctenmily : Ni"nk low I commencos hero a human rneo ; An iriliuit-man, (tod's imniro on his face, I ri lil'u s rough journey takes his first degree, pens his eye?, ah 1 not the end to see, Only Omniscience nil that path can trace. of'tly in whispers ; then" a mother lies, T!io dew of youth upon her, y"to pale! She folds white hands, and looks with up turned eyes, To her Deliverer. Men ns throuch the veil Of this hour's weakness; still, her full heart tries For thankful utterance, though words may fall. .Wioicr Jar June. II il ut i nif Snipe. Among our own hunters was a trapper named Shep Metlary a lively, roysteriiig mountaineer, who liked nothing better than to pet a joke upon any unfortunate " pilgrim or tenner loot who waiver (lant enough to confide in his stories of mountai...

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. — 4 June 1873

V0L- IV- KNQXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. JUNE L I873. N0 l0 i gwxrilU tUs (Sfcronirlf. WEDNESDAY JUNE 4, 1873. THE WEEKLY CHUOXICLE fublUhei In every lue, fact about the foil, climate, .production!, price of land.', and advantages offered to immigrants in East Tcnnwsee. Those articles nre in tended to afford reliable information to strangers, and are prepared carefully and aff.ird the cheapest and most reliable information obtainable. Specimen cop ies of the paper sent on application. For terms of .subscription see fourth page. FACTS ABOUT EAST TENNESSEE. In lieu of our regular article under this liead, we give elsewhere a full report of the Farmers' Convention held in this city last week. In those proceedings our North ern readers will find some valuable "Facts About East Tennessee," and to them we invite their attention. A VISIT TO MOEMONDOM. WUat a former Knozvllle I.ndy Think ol Salt Lake City and the Mormons. We are permitted to make extracts from .a private letter of a late date ...

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. — 4 June 1873

Sitioibillc Witthln (Ifcroratlc Mcbntstan, unc 1, 187a. Conliitnd from Ut jtaije. to convince wme that the Little Jersey cow ceuld be the better butter pro ducer. The contest has long been between the Ayershire and the Jersey. Writers of high uuthority have claimed each ns the best. The Jersey certainly have it for lirnines of color und sulability in market, but the Ayershire will carry the palm for iiality. This) is the correct solution of the problem. Breeding has been tho great means of improving our cattle. The poorest scrub stock by proper breeding van be brought to a high state of perfection. The cows should always, when practica ble, be large size and the bull not too large but ns near perfect as possible. Mr. Lea closed by saying that milch cows must have good feed. His remarks were pointed, practical and received with npplausf. The question was then throw n open to the convention for forty minutes. Mr. Caulkins, of Knox county, thought that the best breed to raise was that ...

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. — 4 June 1873

giinibillt MtthU) Cjjromtlc, Mctmcstmn, $unc ht 1873. 3 f Continued from id nit ere. - To supply manure, the rouger materials must be fi'd to cattl Mr. Maraton, of Knox, thought the wont of facilities deterlnu'Dtal to improving our farms. Mr. Edwards, of Anderson, wnntcd to hear the question of rotation of crop dis cussed. On motion ilia convention udjounu-d to 7:."( v, M, The following additional delegates were reported durinjr the day: Krom Jjoudon county, J .S McDonoul'i and V A Lenoir. i''roiu Anderson county,'. Clinrles .Leinhai t. MiJIT SESSION. The Convention was called to order by Vice President Ithea, who announced that an address from Mr. Charlton was iu order. Mr. Meek called the attention of the Chairman to the fact that the evening had been set apart for action on his resolution, and made a lengthy argument in its favor. The entire evening, until about ten o'clock, was consumed in the discussion of t his resolution, which discussion was par ticipated in principally by t...

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. — 4 June 1873

She ffllcthls (ffcromtlc. RULE & RICKS, Publishers, Xumbcr 19 Market Place, Hast Side. TKItM or SVRSt niPTIOX. On ciy, una year, ........ f 2 00 One copy, six months 1 00 Ten copies, one year 15 00 Twenty copies, one yenr 30 09 "WEDNESDAY JUNE 4, 1873. It is said that Gov. John C. Brown ex acted great help towards getting to the United States Seuate from the new ns- sesssment law. As far as we can hear, it will help him stny at home forever here after. In view of our exposure of the Rural Sun scheme to absorb the 10,000 annually appropriated, by the State for the "Agricul tural Bureau," wo ask the farmers of Kast Tennessee to eonsidcr how far that paper is interested in organizing Farmers' Clubs for the benefit of getting subscribers and then how far it is honestly interested, in promoting the interest of the farmers of the State. . A BUNGLING ADMINISTRATION. The administration of Gov. John C, Brown is justly entitled to be known in the future annals of Tennessee aa the bung' li...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 4 June 1873

linoibillc - Itjchljj omtk rMtimtfowr nc h, 1873. 5 WEDNESDAY JUXK 4. 1873. NPKl'IMEX COPIES Of the Chkokicls mailed free to any address on ap I lioatinn. HATKN or ADVEItTIMIXU 1ST WEEKLY. Ten lines, or I em, solid, to constitute a square. I i a H I: 1 tenure I 115013 S0$ 4 fl I 8 SO 00 $ IS 00 2 Squares li 3 00 ; 6 00 S 501 10 Ml l(i SO 27.1K1 SSnunren 1 4 SO 9 00 11 ho 14 So 1H So 37 SO 4S(Uurpj 'I HI) 11 60 14 001 H 0o 30 (ill 45 00 6 Squares 7 50. 14 00 W 50. 2 U0 3'J 60 55 50 41nt For th Chronicle. Vv'e invite the attention of our friends to our low club rates. . Clubs of ten at one dollar and a half each. Any friend is au thorized to act as our agent. If you enn't send ten names all at one time, stud them one or two at a time at $1.50 each. Send us the money by registered letter or money order. Our Weekly Ciikonicle is cheap er than the cheap weeklies. They are tilled tip with advertisements and printed in large type. There is more and better read ing matter In the Chronicle t...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 4 June 1873

fr Jittoibillt Witthty tyomtltf Wttmtst unc 1, 1873. WEDNESDAY, ....... JUNE 4, 1873. TUB TRADK OF KNOXVILLE. liAHTOVM MAMMOTH HETAII. I.IKMMEVr. EST A II- A Docrlilon of aha llonvo kikI onlonm. The IMhcp Mho re the I.Hille Most lo (on. The wholesale tnule of Knoxville luis been shown to be equal to almost any city Houth of Baltimore, nnd is growing from year to year, looming up to colossal pro portions, but comparatively little lm been said of the retail trade of the city, which is in equally as flourishing a condition. How ever, an article on the trade in general was not the purpose of this article, but instead a description of the 1BV GOODS KMI'OIUUM of Alvin Barton, on Gay street, adjoining Btaub's Opera House, the old and well known stand formerly occupied by Cowan, MeClung fc Co., which has been newly re fitted from roof to basement and is one of the largest and most com modious retail houses in the State. The building is four stories high and one hundred and forty feet in dep...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 4 June 1873

rioibillt SHccKIn - Cjiromtlc, S(U tbncsoan,--uUe h r 1873. - THE AUTHOS OF 11 BETST AUD I ARZ OUT.' A Miss Emerson, claiming to lo a niece of llalph Waldo Emerson, hna recently made claim to the authorship of " Jletsy and I AreOut," a poem very familiar to all readers. The claim has attracted consider able dispute in literary circles. Mr. Wil liam M. Carletou, who lias always been re cognized as the author, has published a card In the New York Tritmne, In which he says : I have thus far treated with silent con tempt the alleged claims of a Mrs. or Miss jMnerson to uie auuioj-smp ui hum ikhmu. I now deem It proper to inform the pub- j lie that the statements she is said to have made concerning the matter are base, do liberate lies; that the ballad "liotay and I Are Out,'' as published in the Toledo JVade, in 1S71, was wholly my own con ception and composition, and that any claims she has made to the authorship of the poem, or any part of it, places her in the position of a rank im p...

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. — 4 June 1873

Itnoibille Wtt ptmuit Kllrimtsban, June S, 1873. 0 JUNE 4, 1873. IIOJIE CIUCLK. DECORATION PAY. TiY ViJOR TIIEO. J. KCKERSON, U. 0. ARMT. Four hundred thousand men. The food, the br,iv. the true, On battle plain, in prison roc, Lie dead tor me and you! Four hundred thousand of the bravo Have miide our ransomed toil their irrave, For me and you ! Gocd friend, for me and you ! Yes, sir, I'm the Superintendent, walk in, pleiise, and have a chair There's a henry fog this morning, nnd it sort o' chills the air, But the sun is breaking through it, and I reckon we may say That we're going to have a beauty this thirtieth of May. The Lodge? why, yes, it's co.y and coniform ble enough For an old und broken soldier who is used to takin' it rough; And the (juartermaster-Gcnoral does all that can be done To fix us and why wouldn't he? tho war cost him a son 1 My pot Army? Yes, Lord bless you! why, here they lie in rows. And 1 know each soldier's nameby heart, as far as naming goes ; That dozen r...

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. — 11 June 1873

I 4 i in Lf ZZr i J. , XHH 1 M M KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. JUNE 11. 1S73. xn n WEDNESDAY, JUNE n, THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE Publishes in every S6?uo, facta about the foil, climate, productions, price of lands, nnd ftdva'.tmtes offered to immigrant in East Tchnessoo. Thcao articles are in tended to afford re'iiablo information to strangers, and ars prepared carefully and affjrd the cheapest and aiont reliable information obtainable. Specimen cop ies of the paper ent on application. For tc-ms of Bubioription see fourth page. FACTS ABOUT EAST TEXXESSEE. ialarni at ion About I.intl, o'.c, til Hioitnt County. NO. CX. The following article, prepared for the Chkoxiclk liy ft citizen of Blount county, wo give as a 'fair description of that line county : Hi presenting the advantages of East Tennessee, or rather of the Slate of Ten tiessee, through the columns of your pa per, the claims of various localities have been presented, intended, no doubt, to be a fair representation of the whole. But ...

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. — 11 June 1873

ymctt'bUk fo'lcchln (Cbronidc fttomstian, June 11, 18.J. 0 .11 XE 11, ISA TWUM and iiomi: fiECBri FAKXEHS' OEGAXIZATI03S.' Tiie lil'ii'l-1 to organize in Tennisi-ee 1 t-ccict farmers' clubs docs not meet with ciRouragenunt from the better clas.-cs. It was very evident from the manner in which (Jon. Jackson's proposition (-11 this FUbjeet was treated in the reeeut I'nrmoiV Convention, that in East Tennetseo 110 t-ecret organizations are deemed necessary. ho far us securing redress for grievances that may exist i concerned, the farmers can more easily accomplish their'purpose by public, open, united action than in any other way. In the West the hardship most com plained of is burdensome rates of transpor tation. To secure redress ln this matter, nothing is so certain as legal proceeding. Jf railroads charge rates iu excess of what their charters permit, the courts can nnd will promptly grant a remedy, provided the proper suit is instituted. 1 Low can Fecretorganizationsproveof benelit...

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. — 11 June 1873

ilnoioillc ecilcchln tihvonidc, ciclUtDncsban, unc 11, 187:3, EAST TESSrSSEE rORRESPOMRXlK. I.pHst I'rom MrrIitoii l.unilirr Trmlo When! nml lorn New hvrjicps, ScIiooIh vIpp nnl Anilcrou Note. Mokristow.V, June 2, 17:1. Editors Chronicle: Morristown is in (juite a nourishing con dition at present, the usual ntnount of bus iness being transacted by all the merchants and mechanics. The ateam mill at this place is now doing a good busineHS. The proprietors, Messrs. Merritt & Smith, are linshinir thintrs and making a success of the grain trade. They expect to do much ivinr n soon as the new crop of wheat nnmnci 111. I visited the steam saw mm, situated three or four miles from this towi, and found the lumber trade quite brisk, Mr, I,oor tells me that he saws oil an average about .5.000 feet of lumber per day. Good lumber brings SH.W delivered at me rail road. The wheat urosnect is tolerable good in this section. Mr. C. E. C'arnger, who has a farm two miles distant, is reported to ha...

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. — 11 June 1873

mit Wtthty &xatkt MrtmcstajT' $imc 11, 1873. bc Wttx Chronicle. RULE & RICKS, Publishers, Xumbi r 1J Market Pluce, Emt Sale. i Kim of m n iuition. Otie coi', one ye.ir $- 00 O&e c-jiy, j, i months 1 00 Ten Cji'ics, nne year 15 00 Twenty coiiioa, one year 30 00 WEDNESDAY JUNK 11. 1873. It is very evident that Griffith has put thi? stock ol" the Purul Su.i " where it will do most good." - - - We publish elsewhere an article from a correspondent who wad credited with making one of the Lest extempore ad dresses at the late Farmers' Convention. We have the promise of hearing from him again. Ti:s Cincinnati Commercial is not scared about tiie cholera. It says " It will take a great ileal of beer, mixed with cabbage, cucumbers and watermelons, combined with a large capacity to be frightened, to get up a cu.se of cholera in Cincinnati this summer. ' SuM unea.-y tax payer suggests that it is about time for another circular from Comptroller Burch, explaining the assess ment law. B...

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. — 11 June 1873

Snoibillc tcchln (Dfermtitlc, Mctmcsfrig, $unc 11, 1873. "WEDNESDAY .!JUE 11. 1873. (PECIMEJf COPIES Of the Cbbohtci.1 moiled free to any address on ap- Ueatlon. KATES OV AIVERTIIXO IX WEEKLY. Ten tines, or less, solid, to constitute a square. a e o h .2 .2 Ol'R WHOLESALE TRADE. The Kant Tcnnnuft C hina lloimr. 1 Rminm ... . I t 1 N) 1 3 N 1 4 M S 6 (SO t 9 00 15 00 2 Squares I, S Mil 9 00 i 8 501 10 50i Hi W, 1!7 (HI afcquaroa i 4 Ml 9 l 11 Mil 14 5n IM 50; 37 50 4bquaros I B 00' 11 fto 14 W H 00 30 00 ' 4.r) Oil 6Squure 7 5o; 14 UOi lu 5ui lij 00 ! 3'J 50' 5j 50 I I t I i I Clubs For the bronicle. We invite the attention of our friends to our low club rates. Clubs of ten at one dollar and a half each. Any friend is au thorized to act as our agent. If you can't eend ten names all at one time, amd them one or two at a time at $l..r0 each. Bend us the money by registered letter or money order. Our Weekly Ciikomcle is cheap er than the cheap weeklies. They are filled up with advertise...

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. — 11 June 1873

li novbiKc 'eutcthln (foonidc, fcalcbncsbair, unc 11, 1873. WKDXKSIJ.VY, Jt'NK 11, 1W. p.iRRinm-: i xev TORK (ITV. Tracy M'olwjrlli Shot by His Own Son. Particulars of f lie Bloody Tragedy. Jlardfror n Prominent liltit by Ul linn Nun, New York, June The Building As sociation of Cabinet Makers liave sued their oflicers for palming oil'on them heav ily mortpaped property. The swindle reaches nearly half u million dollars. A youth, aired H years, shot and killed his father, who did not live with his own family. The murder of Mr. Wolworth by his son created a profound sensation among the distinguished social relations of the family of the deceased, lie was the eon of the late Chancellor Wolworth, one of the most distinguished citizens of this State and a man identified with the great Temperance, Tract and Bible Societies. The Chancel lor died in the sixty-seventh year of his age. The brother of the deceased is a pop ular and eloquent Mission preacher of the Paulists, the family being la...

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. — 11 June 1873

ON) Mnovbillc fcelcchln (Chronicle, LalcDncst)un, uiicTl, 1373. INDIAN NEWS. Health ! Beauty!! STTtONI AXDPt lU: RICH l!T.r Hi-INCREASE OK H.F.SII AX1 WKIiiHT-rl.KAK SKIN ANL iiEAUlTrTL COMPLEXION SiUKLD 10 ALL. D"l. KADWAVX Sarsaparillian Resolvent HAS MADE THE MOST ASTOfXmXi CURES; Mini fa, THE I!ST OF THE MODOC'S. Capt. Jack Surrenders to States Troops, the Initrtl How the .Modoc Were Capmreil. Sax FiiANfisco, Juno '2. To General II". T, Sherman : Colonel Davis reports on the first of Juue Unit the Modoc scouts who were fent out on Tuesday, the iiTth of May. from Tule Luke, reported to him at Applegate on the evening of the 2Sth, having found Cnpt. Jaek and IiIh band encamped on Wilson Creek at the crossing of the emi grant road, 14 miles east of Applegate. Tlasbrouck's and Jackson's squadrons un derMajor Greene were sent immediately in pursuit and came upon them on the evening of the th. They pursued them till the evening of the 30th, when fourteen warriors, ten women and nine c...

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. — 11 June 1873

8 pmbillt Witthhi Cymric rbittsban, gtmc 11 187. HOME CIUCLE. "Wo ndviso overy littles gramtilftTiwf' just editor ing on tho study to commit Id memory tho fol lowing lines, and then they never need make errors in speech. The nutlioT whoever ho is deserves much credit : Three littlo words you often tee, Aro articles, a, on und the. A noun's the name of anything, As school or garden, hoop or swing. Adjectives tell tho kind of noun, As great, small, pretty, whito or brown. Instead of nouns tho pronouns stand : Her head, his face, ymir arm, my band. Verbs tell something to bo done To read, count, sing, lnng.i, jump, run. How things are done tho adverbs toll, As slowly, quickly, ill or well. Conjunctions join tho words together, As men and women, wind or weather. Tho prepositions stand before A noun, as of or through a door. The interjections show surprise, Asnh! how pretty oh! how wise. The whole are called nino parts of speech, Which rending, writing, speaking ;;.ich. 11 EST. IIT FATHE...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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