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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 10 September 1873

nobillc Miichlj) Cbrmutlc, Ictmcs&aT?, September Iff, 1873. WEDSKSDAY,?: : SEPTEM BEll 10, le;:?. KPECIMEX COPIES Of the Cuaa.vici.i mnileJ fret to any aadrcs on ap plication. rati: of aivkktini. is hi kui.t. Ten lines, or leu, lolitl, to constitute a square. a E H ! a 1 Sqnf H 1 5() t 3 Nl t 4 .Ml f 6 f0 S 9 00 SIS 00 i square ami, buii s so 8 Squares 4 6, t) UOl 11 bO 4 Squares ! 6 UO. 11 Mj 14 00 6 Square) I 7 50, 14 00, lti 60 10 50 14 50 is to' 27 00 37 50 45 00 ii 50 80 00 50 IS .NI ii Ot 53 60 For Rale. pnesetof timber wheels. . CltAS. C'nillSTIAS. TiiidlUwU Loudon, Tetin. Edacntia&nl. We lenru that Greenville anl Tusculum College, has been opened very flatteringly aim that tne chair or itiatnnmatioa made vacant by the death of I'rof. . S. Douk, lias been tendered to Kev. E. 1). Tade of Chattanooga, who has accepted nnd will cuter on his duties at once. Son I.ont Over Two 1'enm Asro. I lost my eon over two years ago. His iwine h Hiram W. llurrell, and Is about thirtee...

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. — 10 September 1873

liiroibillc KlIccIiIii granule Mctwcsimn, September Itr, 1875. : SEPTEMBER 10, 1S73. KOK.HISG IT."' A Hock Anion? (lie Mountains of South nftcrn Virginia, East Tennessee, and Western Xortu (nrollua. In response to a desire entertained long si nee, the writer of this left Knoxville on the early morning train of August -1st, in company with Mr. K. J. San ford, the stir eessful wholesale druggist, nud ,Jai. It. Ogden, the popular and ellicient (Jeneral Freight and Ticket Agent of the East Tennessee, Virginia, and Georgia Hail road, for an excursion to the mountains of Southwestern Virginia, Western North Carolina, and Eastern Tennessee. Our origi nal pronagramuiewas logo to Johnson city, procure horses there, go thence to Roan Mountain, from thence to Mount Mitchell, North Carolina, and thence to Warm Spring?. We were induced to change this however, and take the celebrated White Top Mountains of Virginia in. We eeut our baggage through to Warm Springs, except a pair of saddle bags each...

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. — 10 September 1873

ffiioytriUc liittll$hxQmtk;) ftlc&ncstaiT, '-September. 1 tf ;? 1873; r FOREICN. Retiring or tb (ommnnt. London Sept. 2. Aceouuts have been received or an accident on the .Luxemburg Rallronil by which eight were killed and fifteen hurt. A report Is current ou the Exchange here that the municipal authorities of Madrid have raied the red ttug of the Commune on the town hall, and that the military have discovered ft secret deposit of arms, ammunition, and petroleum be longing to the International. The ru mors are not generally-credited. Vice Admiral Yelveaton has taken the iron clada Almeusea and Victoria from tUe harbor of Cartagena, and sent them to Gibraltar. The lusurgeuts made no attempt to prevent vessels from going. CJrrM Iseasrnctlon Among tilpjtlug . Toronto, Fept. 1. The Marine and Fishing department received a dispatch from Magdalen's Island, stating that fifty vessels, American and lirithu, were wreck ed in the gale of the 21t ult. Halifax. Sept. 2. The brl, T. "Waro jr...

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. — 10 September 1873

8 gnarbtlle WUtltirt tyrorndt, tMctestratr, 5qtcmbe Kf1873. II03IB CIMCLE. BEACTirtX II AX l. Rjeh beautiful, beautiful hands! They're neither white nor small, And you, 1 know, would scarcely think ' i That tliev were lair nt all. t I've lcxikad on hands whose firm and hue A sculptor 9 dremn might be. Yet nre these aged, wrinkW ban Js Most beautiful to me. -. Such bountiful, beautiful hands ! v Though heart were weary ami :ul, These patient hand kept toiling on Thiit children might be plu.l. I ni'iio-t weep , looking back , To childhood's di.-tmn dny, . ' I think how these hand.' rested not, vYuen mine tyereut their pray. U-.it oh ! beyond this shadow land Where all is bright and fair, 1 know full 'well thosodenr old hands , , ; Will palms cf victory bear; ' ' ' Where crystal streams, through endless time, Fiow over golden sands, A il l where the old crow young again, Til clasp my nioluer'a band. Baptist Kdnentlonnf Beellng. From the published proceedings of a recent Baptist educati...

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. — 17 September 1873

VOL. IV KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 17, IS73. NO 2G. WEDNESDAY, . . SEPTEMBER 17, 1S73. TIUTKL IX EIROPE. ' t'rmii un I.mt Tciuif sc:ii"s Letter. Speaking of European railroads on his travels, Col. Tlioriiburgh says : It takes more men to do work here thnn with us take a railroad for instance, be side having all the men we have, they "have many others. It requires two con ductors one to examine nnd one to take up your tickets. At the depots there are men to open cars and carriage doors, men to shut them platoons of men to handle baggage, men to weigh it, men to give re eepfc for it, men to put you and It in a car, nnd half a dozen overseers of these men. A man to ring a bell that no tines a man to ring a bell that not i lies a man to blow a little whistle, which causes the engineer to blow oll'breaks and go ahead, men to shut and open gates where a turnpike road 'rosses, men to hold a Hag and "stand at tention," with, his hand at his cap, while the train passes each truck...

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. — 17 September 1873

VEl7NE7DAY, . . SKPTEMBER 17, 13. iriiiw -vivo vioi. Stable tannic I'ndvr Khcltcr. Will L. C, Knoxville, T.'iin., usU us if stable manure ought to be kept uinlerMH'l ter or nlloweii to remain out in the wiutu r? Wc rcplv, vt's; immure ouRlit to bo kept umk-r nliVlUT until it i ren.iy for the field, or until the furmer I muly to apply it thereto. For if it is exposcl to the miii and rain it loses the soluble purls of the nsh and other organic fertilizing properties by leaching or washing, nnd it loses carbon, oxygen and hydrogen, and nitrogen by evaporation, unless sulllcient of the right kind of absorbents are composted with it to retain the liquid and gaseous properties that go to reuder it most valuable. heth er comported or not, therefore, it is best to .iw,it..r it . nnil If it i not mixed with ab sorbents, such as muck, decayed wood, or soil, (elav or loam, which is wtor far than not h ill u') it should fretiueut lv be pitched over to prevent burning or 'ftro.f.mtrintr " ns it ...

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. — 17 September 1873

nmbil!c Mtthh Cromtlc, Mcbncstin), September 17, 1873. 3 THE POLIRIS. Latest Intelligence from the Discoverers MI.ACJIK IH.TA1I.M. Washinoton, Sept. 10. The Secretary of the Navy received the followingdii-patch to-dav : U. 8. Stkameu Juniata, ' Bt. John's, X. F., Bopt. 10, 18T3. To Hon. Geo. M. Pobcton, Secretary ofdte Xavy, M'anhington, D. C. : The JiuilaU arrived here to-day. Slio uml the Tigress at the Upper Navik, and coaled her. Khe sailed ou August lKh for Littleton Inland. The Tigreos met the Juniata'" steam launch. Lieut. DeLonar, of theTessulrak, who had been to Cape York In a launch and returned, at Disco met the Tigreas and ngain coaled her ou August 25tu. , , Commander Greer reports the camp of the Polaris found August 14ih, oft Little ten Island, in latitude 78 degrees aud 23 minutes north, lowritude 73 degrees and 45 minutes west. The crew of the Folarls .are all well. Had Korie south two months before in two whale boats made from the -chip Polaris, sung one month afte...

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. — 17 September 1873

novbillc Mcchln Chronicle tincsonn, September 17, 1873, v. . I)C eaicchlji Chronicle. w . RULE &i RICKS, Publishers, Sumlrr 13 Market Place, Ea.st Side. TMtMH or M iistKirriox. One co y, one yo.ir One cujy.iix months, Ten cwioJi "lie year Twenty coi.ios. one year,. . 00 . 1 M . !5 00 , 30 00 WEDNESDAY, . . SEPTEMBER IT, 1'T Thk Louisville Couriu-Jouraal fuels compelled to admit that but teu of the ighty-six papers In that .State have "cor dially mid fully supported us lu our efforts to suppress the murderous gangs" of ku klux in Kentucky. The Nashville Bulletin nominates Sen ator Brownlow for re-election to the United States Senate. The Legislature to be chosen nest year will choose a Senator, and it is time our friends in the various counties of the State were thinking of suit able representatives. Good dairy land in Sew York is worth enc hundred dollars per acre. Just as good may be had iu Tennessee for one fourth of that amount. The climate here is better than there, nnd in n...

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. — 17 September 1873

jitnorbillc ftaUckln Cbromclc',' MUt!ncsi)anr' jrcptcmticr 1", 183.' RPFXIMEX fOPIKS Of the Chronicl mailod free to any address on ap plication. RA.TEH OF AIVF.ttTIIX IX WEEKLY. Ten linn, or lcf!, solid, to constitute a square t 3 safe's I i! 1 Square .."J 1 M l 3 f) t 4 Jo 1,8 SO g 00 ?n i N)uares.....j 4 60, V 01' H bO 14 50 Squares ! 6 00 11 W 14 111" li 50' ST 50 30 (nil 4. l 311 50, 55 50 C oquarae.. 7 50 14 U0 10 5u 21 00 I I : Health ol' Kiiumvllle. There Jus beeu but one death from chol era In Knoxville since the last Issue of the Weekly Chronicle, and this iu the ex treme eastern part of the city, fully a milfl from the court house. Our rentiers can, with perfect safety, come to the city.' Our physicians nil agree that Knoxville was never healthier than now. Those who want to attend Camp Meeting or come on business can do so with perfect safety. Our reports can be relied ou os strictly true. They have been so from the beginning, and will continue to be so. The llolslon t'ou...

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. — 17 September 1873

Snoibillt Wtt2 tyaxuk Mthxtttiw, September 17, 1873. r WEDNESDAY, : : SEPTEMBER 17, 173. SOHEIIIIXI AHGTT VIENNA. TranW Mlnrrl- nt III Fx poxl I Ion I lioriiburi: li mill M ilder. From mi interesting letter written by llciii. A. A. Kremlin, Republican candidate for (tovernor lust year, under date of Au-iru-t "it li , we make ttie following extracts alxuit Ten neesee and the Vienna lCx posi tion : I have met quite n nnmlerof Americans liere, among them 'Col. Prower, of Nimh ville, and Col. Tliornburgh, of your place, ."peaking of Col. Thorchurgh, I think It nothing but Itisice to him that I say a word of his efl'irts in behalf of Tennessee at Vienna. I believe that I hud forgotten to mention the fact that I had ceeii the great Exhibition, acknowledged to be the greatest attair the world has ever seen, far excelling that of Paris and London. To say that It is utterly indescribable, is to give a very faint Idea of the universality of this, the world's great fair. You tra verse the main...

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. — 17 September 1873

A KIDE 10 H LIFE. Icn " f the Noteil Wl Ton newer llnrw Tiller. Prisoners lmve bettor luck in cst.'ning nt Memphis than at Knoxvilli. "White, a noted horse, thief con!! liecl in the Memphis jail, wua viniteil by his wife, who furnished him a revolver mul aided his esrnpc In this way : After talking for a half hour, the two came out in t lie renter of the vestibule, where White atl'eetionntely kissed his wife, who turned and walked to the outer gate, while White stood In the center of the vestibule, a distance of ii5 feet from the pate, wiuchltiK her. Ouard Thomas Mur ray unlocked the Kate and swung it open wide so as to allow the lady to pass through. Just as ulte reached the center of the gute, and while standing in such a way that it could not be closed, she asked Mr. Murray, " What time is it ?" The gentleman very politely started to pull out his watch to see, when, throwing up both hands high over her head, she cried, '"Jtun, Captain AVhite, KIN loll VOI R LIFE." With the cry Wh...

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. — 17 September 1873

Jinofbillc Mcchlg Cjuonitlc, Slrimtsbajj, Stpicmbc 17, 1873. "NOT A1 I M l I.I..' I'lindfoliloil nd n'one I stnrul AVith unknown tlirchoWN cn each hanl; Tl; darkness deopin? ns I grope, Alrrii l to fV.ir. nfrnil to ho.e; Y' t tliis oiii? thing 1 lenrn to kr.ow, Kn. h day more surely as 1 r; Tn.it iloi.rs :ir' ojiened, whv are ratule, Il.ird"!)? nro Uftod r nro lull. i!v so'iip trro.'it !:iv unseen irid ft!'.!. ri.f';it!h'lia-J purjiosn to f.'.illl, "a us l v. r.i." .'.i:. Jfo'dcd nr.,1 n'ona I v.-nlt : "- 'C'Vns too hitter, .-.ii n !. ;aio : 'lo heavy burdens in the lon.l A::d too tow he'pi.T' i:i the r--:i.I . And joy is weak and grief is stror.e, And yours nnd day so lo.'.cr, so lonij, Vet this cue tliinif I learn to kr.ow Kach d:iv more surely i.a I p'. . That I urn the cood and ill ineei''.-5 law nro ordered 'till .. v- t i ! t "No I will ".V -t as I will ;"' the cmnj craws sweet Kach time my lip the words repeat. ' N.t as I will";'' tho darkness ft'cU .Mors snfo than light when...

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. — 24 September 1873

9J '-tv jui sw-i v IV. KNOXVILLE. TENX.. WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 21, IS73. NO 26. VOL. (W . (V . "l WEDNESDAY, . . SEPTEMBER 21, 1ST: XASIIVILLE LETTER. Afljonrument of Farmer' Convention Fred Douglnn' Speech. Nashville, Sept. 1S73. Editors Chronicle: The Convention of Farmers adjourned on "Wednesday nigbt. The difficulties to which I referred ju a former dispatch, were all adjusted and the utmost harmonyprevailed. The trouble wag that a few indiscreet men were under the hallucination that the convention in tended to supplant the Patrons of Hus bandry, when, in fact, almost every farm' er outside of this organization was in favor of it and disposed to sustain it. East and West Tennessee were not fully Irepresent ed, hut there was a large delegation from Middle Tennessee. Of course it could not be expected of this body, at its first meet ing, many of its members wholly ignorant of its real purposes, and unprepared to act promptly, to accomplish but little more than a permanent organizat...

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. — 24 September 1873

WKDNKSDAY, . . SEPTEMBER 24, 1873. Wk gavc'.some dnys ngo the juices paid for short lioru cattle iu Xtw York. The figures teemed very high, but there seems to he buyers for all the pure blooded short horn?, Jerney'a and Durham's. YVe find high prices paid for stock in Kentucky. The Home Journal published lit Lexing tou gives these figures of recent sales made nt that plac; : 510 cattle averaged f.WJ.50 amounting to SJS0,51G. To -which add the private sales so far reported us( namely : 'Jo animals averaged S 1,5 2 J, amounting to S;:8,100, and ve have the grand summary for the two weeks' sales as follows : 544 animals averaged S112.S7, amounting to M,(JjO ; or, in other words, a quarter of a million of dollars changed hands iu this little blue grass region of ours in less than two weeks, and all for short horns. The suggestion we wLdi to make is that some of these fancy prices might as well come to 1'ast Tennessee as Kentucky. Y have a few farmers who are going at this matter in the ...

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. — 24 September 1873

lUwjrbilU fSJtthlg 20mdf, (ftttbrnsfcag, Srjrfcmbtr 25, 1875. 3 FROM 5A8IITILLE. Itn C'lrriry Thnrrhea OlMcrvnaceti of tbe Mnbbftth. Nashville, Sept. 14, 1S73. Editors Chronicle : A transient visi tor to Nahville will be Impressed at once with the good order and the quiet demean or of its citizens on the Sabbath day. I confess I was. This day la respected to an extent that is barely observed by other cities. Of course there are some Irregular ities some departures from this general rule. For example, the fruit and tobacco stores remain open all day and sell Just as they do any other day. This is an ugly spot on the morality of the place, and ought to be corrected. What necessity there is for it, I can't see. It is not a life and death case for a lover of the weed to do without it for twenty-four hours. espv cially when you remember he has ample time to lav in a supply the day before The reasons are Just as potent why every other kind of store Bhould be opened. I had expected to find...

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. — 24 September 1873

novbillc Jftlcchln Chronicle ft&lrimcsiwn, - September Ql, 1873 be atcchlii Cbrmutlc. BULE & RICKS, Publishers, Xun.lcr 10 IJarl.tt Mace, End Side ii:ims of rBniriio., One copy, one year One cvry.fis month Ten copies, ono your -. 1 Twenty copicJ, one year M WEDNESDAY, . . SEPTEMBER 2b 1S73 The Nashville ZMWin nominates Sena tor P. Jones, of Davidson, ns the Re publlcan candidate for Governor. Senator Jones is a member of the present State Senate and a gentleman of high character. Owixo to the financial disturbance New York, the interestiug question so ve hemently discussed recently by some of our contemporaries, as to who burned Co lumbia, and whether or not Mrs. Snrratt was manacled, will be postponed unti some future time. . The canvass in Mississippi is growing more and more exciting. The Democratic convention is to meet soon. The party papers are divided us to the policy to pur sue. Twenty-six papers are named as fa voring a straight-out Democratic nomina tion, fourteen ...

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. — 24 September 1873

imvUlt WttlM ! ImmMt. . . M'Kcnir.x corn: Of th Chkomci. unlleJ free to in; aXlre. et - p'icatien. BATKS OK ADVCKTI.HIXO IS WEEKLY. Ten line, or less, oliJ, to constitute a square. t a SrlCI. 53 I 1 Huare 't 1 M $ S .'$ 4 M j 6 W I CO 1S 00 2 Square 3 W 6 00 8 M V) 50 1 S- if? bquaren 'i 4 SO! 9 Ool 11 !' 1 fti 2' 5"l S7 SO 4 Square I 6 no 11 Bt): 14 i H 001 SO 00' 4S O) 6 Square ii 7 60 14 00. 16 5ul 11 00 3U 5oj 55 50 " I .1 I j I lollop. AU persons indeVturl to me for Tinware sold them by G. C. Williams are hereby notified net to pay him, as lie i no longer employed by me. John Martin. Sept. 20, 1ST3. d&w2t . Marriage Urtarrt. John W. Eldridgo to FnnnioL. SnocJ. J A Shultz to Alvina L Stevens. John Iteynoldsto i'annio Lillors,;ii. Henry Crenshaw to Dell Mc-N'ntt. David Morein to Miiry S. Uivias. I)rjot Hurtled, 1 From tho mail agent on the wettern bound trnin, we learned yesterday that the depot at Mossy Creek, with all its contents, was consumed by fire on Tuesday night. Our...

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. — 24 September 1873

I Jhwrfnlle Witthk tymxuh Mrtmcstan, Stpicmbtr 24, 1870. 6 r WEDNESDAY, : : SEPTEMBER IT, 1873- SASHVILLE TO KXOXVILLE. A Trip Ovrrlnml A Ninrln-nnoxTlIllnn The Frnlt Crop The ( umherlnnil l'lif lean. Ac, Af, lyNOXVILLE, Te.nn., Sept. Jo, 1S73. Editors Chronicle: Merely to dispel the somewhat popular Wen, that il is only 150 miles from Kuoxville to Nashville, the individual, who addresses you, in com pany with himself, left the City of Rocks ou Saturday morning, September 6th, for a pedestrian tour to yourcity. Thirty-one miles, over a splendid pike road, brings you to Lebanon, the county seat of Wil son, and a stirrinf, thriving little city. Halting here for a night's sleep, I pushed ou next day to Alexandria, eighteen miles east of Lebanon, and the HOME OF STOKES, The "Bald Eagle" of the moun tains. Alexandria, consisting of one long rambling street, looks as though it had been taking a "Rip Van Winkle" napjaud hadn't waked up yet. Passing down "High" street, a modest sign, on a n...

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. — 24 September 1873

Jinoibillc Ktttthljj Chronicle, Mrtmcstjan, September 35, 1873, JAY COOKE & CO. THE GREAT FINANCIAL FAlLtRE. Great Excitement iu Consequence of Hie Suspension. iiIciiIoii of Jny t ookr A oniaiij . New York, Sept. IS. Jny Cooke it Co. have suspended. Their suspension is in consequence of large advances made to sustain their Philadelphia house ami a heavy draw upon their own deposits. I'hiladeli'HIA, Hept. IS. Jay Coolse & Co. have closed. A great crowd assem bled in front of their bunking house when the fact of their suspension was known. Washington, Kept. 18 . Jay Cooke & Co. have closed. The First National Bank, Henry D. Cooke President, has suspended, Washinoton, Hept. 18. There are as surances that the Freedman's Havings Bank had only eight hundred dollars in the First National ltauk, and no balance with Jay Cooke & Co. The Hank holds only four hundred dollars of Northern Pacific baudn collateral for a small loan. Kxcltmirnt In Now York, New York, Hept. 18. Great ...

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. — 24 September 1873

Jhoibillc aSIcchln muclc, eatcimcsfcan, iftptcmbtr 21, 1873. II03IK CHICLE. Illl: t 1STI.I. Ill II.IM It. A ptr.llo l'OV, with ft nnu silken lochs, A crc-rim ) y. with lTfwn find tender i-yt-s, A ?,-:! luiilui-r. with his wooilor. block." Aii'i t.'wcrs tint to.ic.-h imaginary tkk. A ;. nr'.cs ri.lcr qn hit father's kr.ec, An racer listem-r nnt atoritttoM At the Hound Tni'iO ef the r.urery. Of heroes mid adventures rminifjiu. There will be other towers far thoe toluiM; There will be other steeds fur theto ride; i iK-re wlil be other lecenrts, and aA Llled With greater marvels and mere glcriileJ. Iluilil on, find make thy e:ist'.es high and fair, Kisir.it and reaching upward to the skies ; Lini to voices in the iij.per air. Nor lose thy simple faith in mysteries. Lonpfelloir I "Aftermath." Humorous. A IUitc'iiiiiau nnd an Irishman once met on a lonely highway. As they met each Fuiiled, thinking be knew the other. I'at, on seeing his mistake, remarked : "Faith. an' I thought it was you...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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