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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 2 July 1873

. . . . SJULY Z, 1873. NPECIMEPf tOPIEM . vniixjn,! mium ireg 10 any addreu 01 tp I fiction. JtAW.s wr ADVEKTIfta II VEEHLT Ten lincj, or Icsj, olid, to constitute a iquare, 1 Sauaro S 1 no 13 AO 1 1 FJ)' A mi a main nn 2 square ! 3i 6(10 50 l) ftu lti Mil 27 00 3 tquiiros 4 Mt 9 00 11 bn 14 6(1 2 50 37 50 Squares 6 11 50 1 4 00 IS 00 30 00 45 00 6 bijuarea 7 50; H 00 16 50 23 00 39 50 55 50 I tinbs For the Chronicle. We invito the attention of our friend- to our low club rates. Clubs of ten at one dollar and a half each. Any friend la au thorized to net as our agent. If you can't tend ten names all at one time, send them one or two at a time at $1.50 each. -Send us thn money by registered letter or money order. Our Weekly Chronicle is cheap er man me cheap weeklies. They are filled up with advertisements and printed in largo type. '1 here is more and better read ing matter in the Chroniclk than any oiuer wceKiy published in East Tennes sec. The price is low, just three cents a week...

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 July 1873

$Ut0bMIc Wtt) xtimtkf Withxtt&ixYf, ulir 2, 1875, WK ON ESI) AY, JULY 2, 18T3. Ai:orr "the man unit YAI.ISE." THE BLACK nail llilrr from n.li vlllo, Memphis nml Oilier 1'nlnK, The Nashville Union and Aimrifuu of the 2Cth, aays : Iu the Union and American of the ith iust., we puhliHlicd a carefully compiled table Hhowinsg the number of deaths by cholera In this city for t lie previous eight een days, U)th muonp; whites and blacks. Of whites there wereli'O; of colored people 3ii6. Keiusons were given for believing that from fifty to seventy-five blacks had been buried without obtaining Collins from city undertakers, and probably outside of the city, of whom no account was token. With no disposition to exaggerate and from the best information within our reach, we raise the number of victims to this pesti lence among the colored rnce from 32t to 400, and among the whites from 190 to 200. In a total population with the district in which the cholera prevailed embracing the city and th...

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 July 1873

Jlnovbillc cMcchlii miulc, Mclmbton, nl;) H, 1875. SYMPTOMS OF .LMIE IIIOLLKA. The Ktcrlcnc of nil Eminent Itnrlor In t'onlnilnrl. A medical frieinl from Ck-veluml nenils us a copy of an nrttcle of great luugth on the symptoms and treatment of cholera. For lii oho away from prompt medical old it will be valuable and interesting : Ci.KVET.Axn, June 10, 187. Editors Chronicle : The cholera hav ing made its appearance at the cnpitol of our Htate it is natural that our people will all feel anxious to know something of the proper treatment and management of this most dreadful dlseane. 15y your peru)iioi), 1 will reproduce, and give to the readers of your paper, in its columns, a letter written Saturday, March 3, lsiili, by Dr. Hamliu, who was for many years a Missionary of the American Hoard at Constantinople. His practice extended through three vit-i-tations of this dreadful disease in 1448, h-5 and 180-1. His ttuggestions are so simple, we think tbey may lie of great benelit to the peo...

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 July 1873

B gnatbiflt Wittkh C0mdc' ttotsban, guln 2, 1873. H03IE CIItCLK. From the Independent.? CO.NIU'CTOR IIRADLET. BT JOHN GRKKNUCAF "WHITTIKR. Conductor Bradley (alwart muv hi. nnmn Bo said with reverence!), us the swift doom came. Smitten to dontb, a crushed and mangled frame. Sank, with tho brake he grasped, just where ho To do tho utmost that a bravo man could. And die, if needful, as a true man should. Men stooped above him; women dropped their kuurg On that poor wreck, beyond all hopes or fearg, Ajum m mo sirengta ana glory ol his years. What heard they ? Lo ! the ghastly lips of pain, ina 10 an inougnt save auty s, niovea again: "Put out the signals for the other train 1" No nobler utterance sinpo the world began From lips of saint or martyr over ran. Electric, through the sympathies of man. Ab, me 1 how poor and noteless seem to this The sick-bed dramas of self-consciousness. Our sensual fears of pain and hopes of bliss I Oh ! grand, supreme endeavor! Not in vain That last brave ...

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. — 9 July 1873

jr;r rv f n n U - ifrtV:-iu vol.iv. , - KNOXVILLE. TENN.. AVEDNESDAY. JULY 9, 1S73. NO 15. WEDNESDAY, JULY 9, 1873. FACTS ABOUT EAST TEXXKSSEE. OurTobacco Inlereuli Wlmt Ex perience Teactaew. NO. CXIV. Editors Chronicle: In a recent visit to the lGth district, of this county, I gain ed some information, which may be of in terest to such of your readers as are in quiring for "facts about East Tennessee." I found a farmers' club in active operation at Thorn Grove, where there Is a post office and an enterprising little village. The organization is composed of men of deep thought, who have a surprising way of going down to the bottom of every thing, ns one can soon learn by listening to their deliberations. They are going to get up a -fair this fall and oiler premiums. But my intention' was to give a few points about the successful culture and manufacture of tobacco in that vicinity. I was not a little surprised to find a tobacco manufactory in full blast. It is owned and run by Messrs...

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. — 9 July 1873

ItnofbUIc ft&lcthlji 0nitic Mrtmcstnin, uln 9, 1873. JULY tf, 187a AND HOME. ARRAIGNED. In Ilia I'arinrr'B Court of Juxtire nml IIoiv my at thurcb Urovc linox connly, ifnncoc. Farmers of Tennessee vs tbc- Agrieul turul liurcau ami EuralSun: iu (his cause it appearing from the statements made In the Knoxvillo Chronic le, ami elsewhere, that the defendants are engaged in almorb Jng, illegally about ten thousand dollars annually of the farmers' money, and It further appearing tlint said ring refuse or "Wilfully neglect to defend themselves KgitiriKt haid statements, charges, 'etc. It 9 ordered that publication be made in the Knoxville Chkomci.k, notifying said King to appear before the public on or be fore tho HUli day of July, llu, and mak defence thereto or the same will be taken for corift.-sed, and a proper decree will be IhKUed and promulgated by Oui.r. !iLK, Chief Judge of .vid court. V. S. Iefi lise is the liiM law of nature. ill the King persist iu 'violating that Jaw as we...

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. — 9 July 1873

Srawbilk .BSEttthiu. .Gtyax&tlt, Icbncan, ; uln , 0, 1873 ; TEE- I ed Whni Up kw mxl Ifvarrt In Ilia VlsnU f (lrfenetllle. Mrm. Rulr, Em.; Honorable, Mayor of the City of Knoxvilk, Tcnn. ; Bui At your request, nml Hie solicita tion of a worthy citizen of thnt lnce, I visited Oreeneville, Tenii., und t'tiiployed thirty hours diligently' visiting the sick, mid prosecuting Inquiry in the direction thnt your instructions designated iw most desirable. In reply to the first question I Bhked after 1 left the cars at the Cireeneville de pot, a citieu told me that " the town had twelve hundrexl inhabltantM two weeks ago, uid just before the outbreuk of thin ickness ; but now, there are hardly three k..tstAs4 tl t.k1iljlunf li nrwl fwnr hnva H U 1 HI ' " I l.i. n i . . . . ...... ...... a.uv .produced the notable diHVrencc, and are still actively lessening the numbers of the fow who remain." All trade had stomied. except a very limited trattlc in food, be cause of the meagre quantity tor ...

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. — 9 July 1873

.Jinoittllt Wtthln. (Optmuit Mthxt&Ay), $uln 0, Kbc. &lcchln Cbromtlc. o, KICKS, Publishers, jiumorr i'J Market Place, JJaat Side rns of si r.st hutiox. One cor1-. ' y Ti Ono co id f'" ivn-ithf 1 oo Ten coini', Mi yenr, 'r Twenty coli'u i'iio ynr 30 00 Ww nif. . n.tiiii'.l to notice the spirit ni which Sou.hcin papers speak of the late liouiow...) .. .'.r New Orleans. The Jack- nun H7.;. J Tribune Bays "hnett la a living li.ji.aAT, ami will cary a living hell in hh' soni the remainder of his days on tauh.'' Not only so, but the day is coming wiitu tlie name of Rhctt will be classed along with the worst criminals of the ago id which we live. Hkm.y V.vttekspx, the editor-in-chief of thu Louloville Courier-Journal is in Eurojie lual-i-iga tour of observation, lie writes back to bis paper tome very inter esting kites and says frankly that with all its faulU, America is a much better Government than England. If some of our Southern men who went off with the rebellion should visit...

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. — 9 July 1873

Sxiwibille . WttHu fermudc,. Mctasb n, $uln'9, .1873. , MlLY 9 !873. Of the Ciirokicm miiiled tree to any address on ap licn'i'tn. rati; or AiAkktim.mi is wki.kjly. Ten lium, or lets, solid, to constitute a square. a a S3 53 ! S Co 1 Squire 2 Suunres 3 SqunrM 4 Hnuare l no s 3 v $ 4 so t fi sn n on'jr, no 3 W 6 l R M 10 . 1'i -Mil 27 Oil 4 fiO i (li 11 W)l 14 M H3 ROj 37 (VI 'I t no 11 fur 14 nil! n on oil mi, 4i ( 6 Squares i 7 50 14 00 16 50 i 28 00 3W 601 55 50 An Esplnnntlon. Although the AVkekly Criionici.k is dated and mailed Wednesday morning, it is in fact printed Tuesday afternoon. Our large circulation Jmakes It impossible to print and malt the paper the looming it is dated. . The" latent newsj therefore, 'that appears In the Weekly Is up to Tuesday noon. It has happened twice since the cholera excitement that deaths occurred on Tuesday too late for the Weekly. Al though they appeared iu Wednesday morning's Daily CiiftoNicLK which does not go to press until after midnight ...

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. — 9 July 1873

6 mxU Witty "awaitlt; WEDNESDAY, JULY 0, 1873. Hack Par. A lurge number of newstiuperfi, usually well informed ou all public questions, are, we think, ia error on the question of the iiect'fuity of Senators a ud .Representatives goiug tlirough the motion of drawing their inoreiiwed pay and returning it formally to the Treasury of the United States, when not desiring to apply it to their own per ttonal use. It is stated thus by on iutelli geut correspondent of a New York journal : iXo portion of the pay due any member au be placed beyond his control except by bis drawing it aud having it covered into he Treasury, in which ca-e it is no longer aubject to the avtion of the appropriation Ulls or disbursing oflieers' warrants, but becomes again available for the general purposesof the Government. Some of the members are claiming that, if they refrain from drawing this back pay, it will lapse into the Treasury as unexpend ed balance. This is not the cause. The books of the Treasury Depart...

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. — 9 July 1873

"Wl HUW Mr oyT HOME NEWS. mr. xkwoki.e.ws dtki.. on r tit ;.ti .that l tire. ! nl the Nrenl New Oiilkaxs, July 1. Tlio Tiiw.a rial from MontiomtTy StUon,MlislH!ippi, via the Imy nt St. Ijouisi, Julv Ist.fcays: In the Rhettand Cooley duel judo Win. A. Cooley was killed nt thosecond lire. The parties arrived at this pliice on the same train at ten o'clock thin morning. Mr. li. li. lihett was accompanied by Messrs. Charles Ilonian nnd Dri Burns, und J m I no Cooley wa attended Ly CU .Goo. V. Car ter and Muj. Mcltac. Murdcitil Wllh 11M10I Knn. ' ' The weuponu were double-barreled hhot puns, one barrel loaded with a Kindle lall. The distance was forty yard. Thegroutici was promptly selected, ami the difttmre measured, and the parties placed in posi tion. At me nrt-t nre, luiuirs shot ranged Higli, Cooley's to the right. . Cooky de livered his tire first.. At the second firv both lired simultaneously, and Cooley fell mortally wounded, by a shot entering his left feido nntr passing ftpparu...

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. — 9 July 1873

8 $U0jrf)Uk K&thlg titytmult, Witimtifoz$, ulg 9, 1873. home: CIItCLK. THE HOI MKrrrEM PRATER. If fruit would only ripen, When (lied ro fast asleep, If wo cowl J make our jelly, when 'Tit cold, and sugar's clienp ; And if the moths and millers Vero Christmas guests, instead Of crowding on us when tha heat Would burst the aching head! But no they come together The fruit, and heat and flies, With company, and cleaning house, Preserving, making pics. Then wanted even tempers; Wanted a cheerful face; A kindly tone, a heart to pray "More grace, Pear Lord, more grace" New Market, July, 173. r. s. J. IF I SHOlXn DIE TO-XIUHT. If I should die to-night. My friends would look upon my quiet fuco Bufore they laid it in its resting place, And deein'that death had left it almost fair, And, laying snow-white flowers against my huir, Would smooth it down with tearful tenderness, And fold my hands with lingering caress, I'cor hands, so empty and so cold to-night 1 If I should die to-night. My fr...

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. — 16 July 1873

4 y y Xl v-. VOL. IV KNOXVILLE. TENN., WEDNESDAY. JULY 10, IS73. JULY 1, 1673. FACTS ABOUT EAST TOXESSEE. lufonuatloii about Product, Land mid Timber of Koaue County. no. cxv. We make the following extracts from a recent letter to the New York I'imcn, written by Mr. A. Pettyjohn, of Kingston, in rtply to numerous questions addressed to him in regard to East Tennessee, and Roane county in particular: Tliis is a very old town, the county seat oi Jtoane county, containing, J suppose, some U00 or 4(K) inhabitants, and is situated on the Clinch river near its mouth, where it empties irto the Tennessee river, and distant from Knoxville some forty miles by land, and is reached by rail to Loudon and thence to this place by a daily mail steamboat, running every day except Sun days from Loudon to Rock wood Iron Works and buck, touching nt this place twice a day to deliver the mails, freight and passengers. I nave never known a country where nature has been more lavish in her gifts. The climat...

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. — 16 July 1873

in Ilnojtbillc 'i&lcchlii Cijrnnulc 'tftlclmcstian, $ul JSftj. I. -.,'! v v j-vlt ig, i.:n. -. . . ,. . tu r'nniliKi'j - t i; " i,ti. ... inly the I'c-v"". " i -, . :;l;on of the i i i .1 . . lit fi.lin ' Valley, ?!. '. ... S:oi-.t-' . ' 1 !rnU!: A- :"".;)' i ! li tjlOVO, .:(., , i; an-1 el: 1 l.- : Ion i-.i ' ..' I . ! I HI'. . ' 1 f- .li.' . ' I ... . i j'.H d i . t. :'.-., . . c tin. s ; '. ' . 1 '. ai'ion- v. . i-oii'i il . ' e ,ii.' part, li . i ' . ! :. i ii '"ait.s i , ,. ... I !', demon--mi . .. i ii : . i' '..iil:. ." . -. r . i' i' develop :. -a !! , , ;.. : ronenr. ' . . .1 . 1 . i . i- doiivnist . , . ' . ,' ,: i 1 . . . ':e.allh' ;r:r.v.l i :.iMi). vu. J.t '.l io . ) 1 oji.S. . -, tiil ..r!s .hi-'.'ly : . f"(t.V ! lt 1 wll.'lt li.l VegCt'l- out ; ami. !" i f va- d what mi l host i ilar boil ,:.d what il to oi'iir a Iumi ;ra! lis ; i. 1 vetrela ::. -ul.; il. 's is tood t ill .' a id t.i . 1 I'VCih t enough ? dil l will 'c wheat. i.en, liy potash, x jilants s tllOU!h ...

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. — 16 July 1873

Jinjwbillc ftalcthln Chronicle, ffiflctmcslmn, Jfuln U, 18 7D Hume Muiltnrjr Miijck'nIIok .. ElMTOIiH C'MIioNICl.F.: 'J'Ihs !(. valence of sporadic eliolera tlirnupli Mhk!e anil iiist Tcnnwwo lin iiuliieeil mis (c point out ' po.no jiroinliicnt features enm.et tc1 vitli its pronionitory pymploins an 1 pre vention, us it ) iiny t io cf pomo liemf.. to ! general piiUie. Tlio (iio.stioiiH l.nLn!'- ,". K VST ti;m.sskf. XO ITt. l'v nk(Ml am tlicfc : " 1m tlio iliseaso e m- .. .'!ous'."' " Can wo exclude it 1y 'ill ntlne or ean. lary measures " Can i' be i evented or averted '."' At this day I ho medical profession do not l .iti'U elioltiru M persmially eintai;ioiis, ly ,, hieli they mean that tlio disease in not laually coimeted by personal exposure u I, prov'nled the party so exposed ho in :ikI health. ti far, wo havo not heen 'ble to exclude the disease by Uaranliiie, liioufih we ean mitigate itn violenec nml ;apidly enidieate it from our midsl. Nil :jioious examples miUt ho adduced to...

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. — 16 July 1873

Jlnwbillc Ktfcchln (tferamcic Mcunxsintn, u1n IS, 1873. ft Sbc c&lrchto Chronicle. -r' RULE & BlCffl. Publishers, Xiwibcr 1 Jrtr.'c! J 'ft c, J?m &i?e. One criiy, "no your, t- 00 One cory, si.i nxmtl.f 1 00 Ten cnpic?, one year . 15 00 Twenty coiic, one -"p.r 30 00 "WEDNESDAY, U'LY 10, ltT3. A Colvmiua forrr "iu('uiit of the Ap- snys Judge '"h"lsi n is in n very nticul condition. Hit tl'at his friends hope to seo him restoreit soon. 4ff' The Secretary of tl- 'fieasury has given the tmik salary of Congressmen is a " pel neuml debt iigainst the Government" iml'l th law is repeaieu. Thk statement ti.ai two-thirds of the cost of the San Domi -ig expedition was for th expenses of iv si "per correspond ents is incorrect. TLo c -respondents paid their fare and cost for su' sh-tenee in gold. The Kasteru College? : :ive a grand re gatta at Springfield, JI.vs., on the 17th. The contest is exeitirj v ry great interest aud will be witnessed ' thousands. About fi fteen boats v 111 st...

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. — 16 July 1873

Jinotbillc Mcchln Chronicle, etLlc5ncstan 5fu!n Hi, 1873. WEDNESDAY J I'LY 10. 187S. SPF.dllI Ji OPIi.H Of the Chroniclk mailed free to any address on ap ; lication. KATKS F AIMtKTlMVU IS WHIiLV, Ten lines, or leas, solid, to constitute a square. i H 1 Square. f 1 50 I 3 50 ( 4 ISO $ 6 Ml $ i 00 (15 00 2 Squares 3 00 6 00 ! 8 Ml' 10 M; lri .Mil 27 00 3 Squares ' 4 Sni 00 11 Nil 14 full Iti 5o 37 Stl 4 Squares KM 11 Ml 14 00, 11 Oil! 3D Otli 4." no 68quares. ' 7 60 14 00i lti bo, 2S 00, 30 50 55 50 l I I I I I t'lubn I'or Hie Chronicle. We invite the nttcntion of our friends to our low club rates. Clubs of ton at cue dollar nnd a half each. Any friend is uu thorized to net as our agent. If you can't send ten names all at one time, suid them one or two at a time at $1.50 each. Bend us the money by registered letter or money order. Our Weekly CiIkonklk Is cheap er than the cheap weeklies. They are filled up with advertisements and printed in j large type. There Is more and better read-...

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. — 16 July 1873

ft AlnxjtbUlc (ffilcrliln Chronicle, '(tttUDncsliitir, luln Ki, 1873. I i I mnvWc rl;li Oronk 1 c. WKPXK.SIUY Jl LY l.V, 187 ; SIIIK'IIKC nur It!".- n ,) a l !:'.' " 1 i.i... An- !.. r . Kiioviilip l.ial.y l!i ;lic YtisMiiitt'. Valley. Vc arc permuted to r.ubli.-li t ho i'oliow- J loiind tH"al 1--U.-. !'ni! n 1 r , ci II - !:!'.!.-. hi I ,I",";','"L" -. IT . . I i!"(l .1 .1. , lh"nu: i j:.u . on are waiai.ji- tor in t tv'.i yon .hunt , ,.(... the V iscmiio. At .'-'an I'Vancis o. ill I to i-lio-p fa I i vi'i'ywiu1!'!', wo found iiiri nr-' - .'r'u- j m. 1 !! them -vi. of ::rt i, v.illoy. ! A 1M; , ' v.-;.si that wo i-l.-.uhi -fitly j I';-,-:-; ; ! !'. ami :iVo tin- -( l--' (li.-u-on,- i v:-l- v. 1 " i' i hp jdiii iicy. I wif h j. l-.i'i '-'ii:cn t iv.iai yea ili -i riiiti -a Ii en ilu-ir. ' think 1 . - ; cot: Id l.:ive 'ei:t. a Ic-tr. r that wonM Lave j ultv'-s' '1 -til .- 1 Liu- V illi. K-r to yen. 1 call- I ;l . ,, ; .. ! no;. 1 have ri'!i it. Us la'aiily, t.-. t i) ' U li r aid r i...

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. — 16 July 1873

warmiwctom; I.: a.-' 1 1 i.v- r'.:,. .Ii I'Cci.i' f:is the C ! I -! ??ii'.or. I'.l.-- i I.U '.. Id,, I" (."1 ti.-i'dcrrd ti (Jon' lit A piifi'ii;!1!' en' Uii- ( i'.y (i,' .V.i-diiii';;o:i 1:: madf n ; -1 : 1 1 - . i at i. wu.':. il.;; thai li." j ic:---. of t!n s.rain . ; dll.- S-ll.i! rili.ill-.! i sas'irt: l. in, v l.:v. ly (mm; I t'adfa.l. lie ;!iTv.- 'I ; !..;, ' ( 1 '111 w-y.u i.i !i. i.i i ei ; a 'J I" ' trvfrr.-tm iilify Tf'i;v. ).'.' (,''t:...i' Oar Cot uty flu,.-.: Mr. .i. (.'. ;Si (.;' j.cir I. II SI.' :i.l 1 ..! .a;V.,,l.;:i it .. lion which we (..'. i :1 c iii- i I'm Ai' S'lllKia tiV. Up'iil Ml-.' I COinrldi; !',V la.U toil;-.! A Of i'. ill I HOME N liM.NlM-:iy 1 illrvliii-A r-rrvu Uo'M.:!. C'o.v k;, .. i.., .nt.;; ';iS lllMlL' lii', 111 i' llli itk train oil' th" t :.! '' 'J'wn nitu were s en p! a,; track hy :i wi-'.-an, viioM s'li-ibiiit v and i!r:iL''', il u CCUl U,l(.-y L. .S'.U:llS . iUK. liUcMf. ..w-Wit ,'.Y; cred c'lii-cioU 'lie s, how irvcr, and I'lunai. d to rnc...

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. — 16 July 1873

s lnobilk Mctkln Cjwnick, ftMcfcncstmrr, $ulir Hi, 1873. HOME CHICLE. rjti.nnr.LL or nnixriELn. KI .IKRSEY (ITH)), Horn's the sput. tli p height Look Kround you. Above on Lay the llossmns encamped. I'y that church on tncrigni Stood the gaunt Jersey farmers, s wall An J here run Tounmydig nnywlicro nnd you'll turu up a Pltll. Xothing more. Grasses sjirirtj, waters Bowers bow run, Pretty much as they did, ninety-three years ago. Nothing more, did I eay ? Stny, one moment ; you've heard Of Caldwell, the parson, who once preached the word Down at Springfield? 'What, No? Coiue that s had, why he had All the Jersey) atlume ! And they gave him the nu'ne Of the "rebel high priest.'' lie. stuck in their corse. For he loved the Lord God and he hated King ueorge : 'He had cause, yu might lay ! When the lle- sians that day . Marched up with Knyphsuscn they stopped on meir way At the "Farms," where his wife, with a child in her arms. Sat alone in the house. How it happened, none knew But God and...

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