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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 15 October 1873

Sfooibillc Mcthln Cbromelc, iMcimcsliag, (October 13, 1873. 5 HPr.CI.ME5f OPIF.4 Of the Chkoxicm mailed fret to any andress on t11etiin. ip- or ADVEKTINIXU IX WEEKLY. Ten lines, or leu, solid, to constitute a square. t a H J H 1 -3 1 a 1 i 1 Square .t 1 W $ 3 SO 4 Ni M $ 00 115 00 J Squnren ,, 3 00. 6 On, ( (so 10 5 1 60 27 O0 3 Square.... ; 4 80 9 00 11 h0. 14 f1; ffl W 37 60 4 6jaares...... I 6 00 11 50 14 On' 1 00 SO 00' 45 ll (Square . 7 50 14 00 U 60j 28 OOl 89 60 65 60 i , Extra t'lne. Potatoes, i Mr., Henry Klnzell lias Lronght to the CHKowttxis office ix sweet potatoes that weigh twenty pounds. He picked out eir-ty-two from the pile that measured three bushels They are of the 4'Poinoda" kind and of very die quality I M ii Jj j i Money Order Bnalnena. There has been a marked increase in the postal money order business in thin city within the past fortnight. In ten lnvs. ending with yesterday evening, there were 1SU orders, issued, at. the lvnoxvi le olllce ninoiinttngin. -tli...

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. — 15 October 1873

; JAiTdiebiKc Mtcchljj (ftbromtlc c&lcbncsban, d)ftobctilorjlS7. ANKnXKSJlAV, : : : : : OtTOUKU 8, lbT UinvTiirr.LLow mtn (;or to mem. mis. , ' ; " . I nriiil l'lc'uri-of Ilcatli unl KtilTrrtna. A iMiTtiiouduut of the Appeal, 011 t lie ill i, tfl'.f of how yellow fever reached the city. His fctory in us follows : ; six week nzo, workmen that were em l,.ye'.l on theliittfc Kock milroatl, and the rai'lii'-ah railroad, were taken sick with Kwarap fever, many of thctn livina: 111 Hapi'V Hollow nnil Front l!nw, (Joint to ttitir homes with the liHne, their families were coon taken with the same di'-eajte. Applications were made ti Kueririt?nd cut P.ettK who sent them out to the hos pital, and he contracted the disease from the-e parties. A large number had been bent to the hop pital for three weeks before the declaration of yellow fever in the city. The sickness was principally con Mood to Happy Hollow and that vicinity. These localities were in a favorable condition to spread the die...

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. — 15 October 1873

71 LATESTLBlLTiLEGRAEUi soi.it J:uih ji '"'f Vr7!fh) s s ' JUuttbtllc catcchln (Chronicle, tctmcsoa), (October 13, ISP.'i. .Tin: IM lt,1 , , - , UISLASK M'KDAIHX. AM SK'Ki: MAI.IIV.VI I I1IA. .vi:k. Irinn i:pfjr I'niilrlbtitlcni I'oiirliiK in Islrrrtioii. McMi-iils, Ot T. 7. The reports from yel low fuvcr are deplorable, which iwpreiniinsr with alarming rapidity. The uiidertnkers ore crowded beyond their ability, and can not give nil n decent buriiil. Nfnetepn uurneo arrived from New Orleuna Saturduy. Twenty thousand dollars was subscribed by the citizens for nanitury purposes. The mortality on Suudoy was greater than since the fever appealed. All that are ablo are leaving th city. The malady is true yellow lever, there were i4 interments yesterday. The Kev. Mr. Bowman, pas tor of the First Presbyterian (.'Lurch hew lied oitbe fever. The Count Court "ban nt'Tirtmriated 000 for the relief of the city. MoreAUl lor Memphis, St. Louis, Oct. 7. Nearly $2,0k) in ad dition to the amount pr...

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. — 15 October 1873

JUrarfrilU Mcehlg Comr(f, SHtfcmstoiij, riobcr 13, 1873. B II03IE CHICLE. rut; iiA5iri i, or mktii. 'J lie following exquisite Irish LaIIail &i puidi-died over an anonymous f-ignaturo in a I'dinlnii paper. Let Irishmen read it : Ii'- -uiling I am nt tho dawn "f t'no Jny, To niy Nrothw that s over the tea, T. ;. it's little I'll euro for try life nuy where, v '(ir it's breaking my herut will be ; ft t a In-nsur III tak'u fbrould Irelnnd' sukg ' T'.mt I'll )rlr.o all befontrlng nb'v: - ' w !t's a handful o' enrth from tho lunJ of my rirth. Kr mi the heart o' the land I luve. j t' won't the poor luJ in his exile ho glad 'A' ben ha sees tho brave present I bring ? A:i J won't there be flowers from this treasure of ours Ir. the warm of the beautiful spring ? . , .U;v.j Krin innchreei thm'gh It's parti n' we' tie It's a blesing I'll leave on your shore," Anil your mountains and itrt-a-ns I'll see in my dream - ; ' -Ti:i I cross to my country oneo more. , "Oh. what is the panic?" the l...

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. — 22 October 1873

VOL. IV. KNOXVILLE. TENN., WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 22, 1873. NO 30. YELLOW FEVER. A Here Hopeful Ontlook. The Appeal of the 10th says : The olllclal mortuary report shows an increase of one over the total of the day before, but the deaths from yellow fever are the same. The figures are, forty-one from yellow fever, eleven from other onuses; total, fifty-two. The weather U still warm and therefore favorable to the spread or the disease. We are not sur prised, then, to I earn that within the ust twenty-four hour quite a number of new oases have been reported. These, a few of them, are in Chelsea, but most are in south Memphis, in the more densely settled por tion of the city. "With the advent of such weather ns we have had for the past thirty-six hours, we look with confidence for better news from Memphis. The Appeal of Suuday morning says : . "The mortuary report, tbl morning -shows a total of thirty-two deaths yester day, thirty of them from yellow fever and two from other causes. The re...

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. — 22 October 1873

1 MaMl,fiIkfStM, . V OCTOliKU 'J2, 1873. UlntiT (arc of Horse?". Considerable is written now-a-tliiys about false economy iu various viivh. my ob nervntiuu leads to the conulusiou that one highly Important item is almost entire ly overlooked, and that thousands of dol lars are toft eaeu year uy tne enreiess win tering of farm horsis. .For instauce, Far mer A. owns a linespnu of horses; he is not much of a horseman, but in the bum mer lie works them, and keeps a man who takes good care of them. In the full, after work is over, the horses are put iu the sta ble and fed all the hay they can eat U the same good or bad) ; are left perhaps a week or two weeks at a time with little or no ex ercise, and, when they ore driven, kt goat the top of their speed. Fast driving, with their stomachs full of undigested hay, in the veiy worst of treatment. The result is that in a year or two the horses have the heaves badly, nre spoiled for market, aud are unable to do the usual amount of ser vice on ...

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. — 22 October 1873

nobilIc Mttlxh (tbronitlc, ftclcbncsfcan, (October as, 1873. 3 AT GUKENE. lie Dcfcatl III Volo on llin Knlnry In rroBe and F.ipMIn How the mil I'nnsrd. Gkeenevillk, Tuesday, Out. 14, ls7.3. Special Correspondence of the Chronicle. According to previous announcement, Hon. It. It. Butler adilressiil p largo nnd enthusiastic concourse of people hero to day, vindicating his Congressional course, nnd repelling the odious charge brought by unprincipled, designing demagogues. A synopsis of his remarks may not be un interesting to your many readers. After thanking his constituents for the confidence rep09ediu him during the past four years, he remarked: "I hav6 been assailed frequently, in my district, for giv ing a certain vote In Congress. Having been charged with every oU'eutte, almost in the catalogue of crimes, I thought I had passed the Itubicon, nnd would be .permitted to spend one vacotion quietly at home, with my family. I coma to-day to explain to you my course of action in the la...

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. — 22 October 1873

Snmrbille Mtthlg tyxtmult Ictmcstan, (Drtobcr 22, 1873. Shi ESfechljj Cbromtle, RULE & KICKS, Publishers, Xumb r 19 Market Place, East Side. Ti;BNS OF NVIIKCRIl'TIOA'. 0b copy, or o year $2 00 One eop', cix months m 1 00 'Ten co ieF,f no year 15 00 Twenty cot k(, one year -.. 30 00 "iYEDSESDAY, ..... OCTOBER 2"J, 1873 The Union and American thinks the Government bad no right to hang the Mo doas for the murder of Gen. Canby. Gov. Washburn, of Massachusetts, was appointed a Vice President of the As sociation for procuring an amendment to the Constitution of the United Staos, re cognizing iilie authority of God. lie de clines to serve, saying that he does not np Vrove the project of the Association, and believes it to be mischievous. A correspondent of the Nashville Union and American suggests Chaucellor A. Miirks ns a good candidate for the De mocracy for Governor in. 1S74. If lynch law were ever justiciable under any circumstances, it woul 1 be so at Mem ' phis. It is reported th...

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. — 22 October 1873

ffinorfrilk Mttlxh Cbrflmele, Mclmcsunn, (October 22, 1873. 0 BPBCrMEX COPIES Of the Crioricli mailed free to any adtlreat on up puontmn. bate or advertising i.y wkkkit Ten lines, or less, olid, to constitute a iquare. a " 1 M 1 Squire ! t 1 SO t 3 f t 4 SO f0 I (10 $15 00 1 3iuarefi S 00 , 6 00 S 50, 10 Hi li W: 27 00 SSnuarM 4 SO' 00 11 M II SO1 21 SOI 37 50 4 (smart 8 00 j 11 SO 14 00 1 00 30 00 : 4S ft) wvHumiv I ov. It W 1 OU 9 UU 0 OUI 90 00 ''lilt Fine Pol mo. Mr. W. B. Hall, of Beaver Creek, left a Georgia yam at our ortico yesterday which weighed 4 pounds aud '13 ounces. Who can beat it ; Ulnnena; Shipment. There is an active trade in the above root just now. a Rood oualitv briinrimr m high as $1.18 per pound, S. Cohu shipped Tonnir IoucIim Hlioul KATrml. Ths boy, Douglas, wounded some time time ago in a boys' quarrel near the hronicle ofllce, has about recovered. He has been up aud about his room for two or three days, and physicians who have ex amined his wound say that i...

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. — 22 October 1873

Siiioibillc Witthh fibwmclc Mctmcsban, (October S3, 1873. OCTOBER 22, 187.. BAPTISTS IX tOlXCII- Nrnlou of the IJpnct-nl Asmcclntlou of I.nat Tnamwt, THIRD KA.Y. Tne Association met at the appointed Lour, lr. I. B. Kimbrough in tlie cliair. Dovotional exercises were conducted by Rev. J. r. Kefauver. Rev. Dr. Cartlege, of Grecneville, road a report oil Sabbath schools. In connection with the general importance of the work, as to society and church, the paper advo cated the organization of conventions and institutes, in which to instruct the people and train teaeh.rs as to the bet method of Sabbath school work. Ber. Dr. Maya offered a resolution dis approbative of Union Sabbath schools, which was adopted. Bev. T. T. Eaton made an Im pressive speech as to the importance of bringing the children under the influence of the Bible, in order to preaerTo them from the evils, the corruption of the pres ent time, He gare notice that a Sabbath School institute would be held in Chatta nooga in 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. — 22 October 1873

i'T.1 .HP M t . i mi i i 'k ' 1 1 Mcchln Chronicle1,, Mcteton, )ttolwrgrl3?3. NORTHERN ELECTIONS. LATEST REiTOS FROM PKNSSIL YAMl. The Republican Ticket Receives Over 10,000 fllajorily iu I'liiladclphia. A Ilfpublican Victory iu Iowa. OHIO CLAIMED BY THE DEMOCRATS. BKPI III.ICA.VSIAJOR1TY TA.MA. is rr.xxsvi. lonnori Kepubliritii. Washington. Oet. 14, Midnight. The latest returns give the following result iu l'ennsvlvania : Washington county k!vp9 a Democratic majority or w. a gaiu or 41. The full returns of Philadelphia give uordon, tne jueputiiicnn cunuiuaie lor mi yireme Judge, 4S.U1W ; Ludlow, Democrat, S'J.IWS : the county is Democratic. Altoona, ltlair county, shows a gain of 13. JtieUloril gives a final! Democratic nia jority. Fulton countv 273 Democratic majority. Cumberland county WO run jority. Lycoming county 100 majority. Warren couutv gives a Jiepublirtm ma- j ority of 9 for fctate Treasurer. The vote lor (supreme j uuge in a lie. Lancaster countv elves a Democratic nu j...

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. — 22 October 1873

JhuKfrilk MttKlg amltf W&tlmtztmr), CDrioJjtr 22, 1873. HOME CHICLE. PAMIXS OVER. The following nong was composed ex prr)y for the bridge jubilee, ty oue of Knoxrille's songsters, but as that celebra tion hut been indefinitely postponed, it was Lauded us for publication : i.' Cheerful hearH and toicca merry. Raise the choral tong of praise. On the bridge bore the ferry. Fearing neither tide nor ware. ChoKI'S Swell thechorus loud and mighty. Shout the song of jubilee, I'aHinf o'er the river safely. Light in heart and h!gh in g ee. it. K'tgtbe church betls, scream the engine. l ire the cannon echoes roll. Suind the cornet, itrike tho cymbal, Send n thrill t every soul, Chokis Swell the c'jctui, lie. in. - ' y Kaise in triumph ev'ry banner Wile unfurled and waving high ; Sing with Joy the loud hoianna. Let its echoes reach the sky. Crn'RUS'-SireH the chorus Ac BOSSISG IT. Things do not always go on with perfect Ktuouthiie.s in iny brother John's Jioufe. It is a pretty well regulate...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 29 October 1873

1 1 f i --..- i i . - ....... . . f l: TEE WEEKLY CHROHICLE I'uMtfhca in every ln?ue, fcu about tho toil, climite, vruJuctione, price of landf, and adrantagei offered t immtgranU in East Tenner;ee. These articles are b. ended to afford reliable information to etranyerF, and are prepared oarefully and afford the eheneiest and meat reliable Information obtainable. Specimen cop ies of the paper sent on application. For tcrini of subscription see fourth page. , , KNOX VILLI, TENN., WEDNESDAY. OCTOBEK 29, THE IELLOW FEVER SCOrRGE. IS73. FACTS ABOUT EAST TE.WESSEE. Koribera Farmers and Families Com lug fa Our Section, . . XO. Sill. After a lng dry spell, we had a refresh ins rain, which fell last night, accom panied by a high wind, but did no damago neyonu Mowing down a few shocksof corn. heat grass, &c, are much refreshed by It jseavcr reeic raised over two feet and is still rising slowly. Two farms on Beaver vreeK, in uie mil district changed owners to-dny. Mr. George Weaver sold 13...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 29 October 1873

g-towriUt ai?f t&la (C-tonirtt. "VVEDNKSpAY, OCTOBKU?., 1STO. AND XWIOI. OTJE TCBLIC ECHOOLr, The peopld of the Htate lmve Mmwn a very encouraging and eonnuemluble inter tbt in lnuiutaiuiug public schools. Public nentiuii'Ut induced the Legislature and County Courts to niaUe l.iovisiyu by taxa tion for their establishment and maiuten- euce. Uut thia id not the end of tho work the public ruut do in this great cause Ve learn from our very active and eftii-ient County Superintendent that in some parts of the county there is great indifl'erence on the part of parents as to the regularity of their children's nttendauco nt school. The directors in the various districts hare done their bes-t to secure coin pi tent teachers. The Plate i doing its duty in gradually inc reasing the school revenue so as to insure good schools most of the yr ar. But all this is of little avail unless parents are made to appreciate the importance of the advantages these schools ntl'ord, and prolit by them. W...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 29 October 1873

, jUuoibillc (fttcchln bronidc. &tclmcsbun, (Octobfr 29, ,1873. From one of the leading detectives we gather the following;1 ' Thinking myself in possession or suffi cient evidence to convict all the parties in a certain neighborhood churned with denl ing in counterfeit hut oue, 1 ut once laid a net for him, in order to obtain inoro satis factory evidence. I obtained from 11 hank ii large number of the new lifty cent frac tional currency, perfectly genuine, after which I sent one of my colleague, Willi proper instruction, to' the man In ues tion. He Reproached him, nnd having dealt with him In counterfeit before, lie un lieitatlnly inforeiud the man that n friend of his, also n dealer In the "queer," was about leaving for Texas, and had dome as COmlllctn Vllllili.rfi.it f runt l.mnl linlm u I. a ver ww, and wanted to purchase some of vim nam sum. ' Our unsusiect!ng counterfeiter at once iiucompanieu nim to ni menu, wuere the genuine hills were produced, and greatly admired by hi...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 29 October 1873

iii.-iur gnoibillt fflBtttMjj onitU, Mtoittfitms, -gttobtr 29, 1673. C Sftchlij (kbromtlc. BtTLE & aiCSS, Publishers, timber 19 Market. Place, East Side. TKK?I!H or SrilSCRIPTlOX. One !?, ono r"r - - 00 One f -l'y. tsionthi 1 W Ten eerie, one year, w Twenty coi, one year - , SO 00 "WEDNESDAY, OCTOUKR , 173 Tnn general feeling in business circles In the Ea-sl is improving. It will take some time yet to fully recover from tlio alarm and timidity Umpired by the late panic, but confidante is slowly being re stored, and lus'.uets meu looking up. Tht annual meeting of tfee Society ef Friends comes off at Gr-.-cnsuoro, North Carolina, oi tht'olst inst. TheWashing ton pi: per m!e t beat-rival ft' four htunked turl fifty twn. women f.rtclrildreTt, lrrn .1 ndiniiajx'li-', u their way thither to the jncetiug. The lr.-jeting will continue in wv.-ion one week. A i'K-T:'.iATny of Utes and Ciow Indi ana ore on n visit to Washington. On -Friday they paid tVeir ic?icfts to the I nci dent, illack...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 29 October 1873

-$nobtUe -Mtehlij -tyxomtit - rtiusfcan,' (October - 29, ' WW. i -11 1 1 I .HPr.CINF.5l COPIES Of the Cnao!iui.a mailed fret to any adHress on r" plication. KATES or ADVr.RTISI.M4 I?f WKCUI.T. Ten line, or less, aolM, to constitute a iqnnre. a a a t n e 1 Hnnnre 1 1 M) S SO 4 Ml f A M) S B Of) 1A (XI 2 squnres S iiQ UO A 5(1 In So Irt Ml 27 00 3S.Uaro 1 4 SO 9 00 11 Ml 14 M Hi 50' 37 Ml 4 Squares It A 00 11 N) 14 Co IS 00' SO 0(1 4r Oil 5iiuaros i 7 50i 14 00 It 60 28 W 3!) 60' 65 50 I Personal. lion. Horace Maynnrd has gone to Vir ginia to take part in the campaign there. We are not informed as to what particular points he will visit. Itmovntlii nnl It oiriii. Mr. (.'oilman, of the firm of Atkin it CollYnan, If ft yesterday for the Warm Springs of North Carolina, where ho has been engaged tola iil) leet of water pipe, o that fresh water can be- constantly con veyed from the ni'uintaiiiM ' to tiie hotel. Mr. Kumbough is having the hotel thoroughly renovated and repaired fur the next...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 29 October 1873

nittirille ftMcchln Cferonult, alcbncsban, (LMobcr SO, 1875.. S.OCTOBEU 2'.t, 1S7S. MSIIVILLK LETTER. M-fina7l ,hr r""'1 Tun- lilnr. ' Here wean- in Hie "Ko-k City," J.lens nntly located in h'.hv.I riutirturii, waiting the Ii.'tir for the irniti of tlie annual session i f tlie (irainl I.oiljre of the lulfjietidc-llt Older of (tood Templar, which is to cun vene ut 10, A. M. The jileHvant location ami eurroHiidiiifrs we are now enovinK nia ftirnif lieil by the Commercial Hotel, which is number one house, where any one will linii Ht all time! a hearty welcome nnl tich trentment that every puest feels u desire in patronize thin houe lor the future. We reeoiumend this Hotel to East Teuueeens coming to thin ci'l'. . -r , ,. . At 10, A. M., the (Jrand Lodge wai called to order by U. W. V. Templar Inmau. A lare number of delrf:itea or representa tives being preseut, the Lodge proceeded at once lo business. Considerable time, however, was consumed in arrauging the roll and examinine tlie cre...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 29 October 1873

r HOME NEWS. Com'Miiia, 8. C, Oct. 2l The ACrieul turnl Fair orients Tuesiinv. November lltli. A Urge list of premiums are ottered for exhibition. Also In the speed ring largo premiums are oiiered. A 'OHcrelnnl Coinniiltre in Kltlimosxl KiCHMomi, Va., Oft. 'J-. Senators Conkling, Hhermati. Winnlow, Raymond and Davis United Htiites .Senate Committee ou inland transportation, arrived here yes terday, as the eonteienee was new to-day, wliioii was attended hv Hon. M. Hereford, of West Vtt., lion. Thus. C. lioeock, of v a. and delegations ot prominent citizens from rvortoIU. and ljvncliimri'. After Inspecting the lirst level of the James River and Kanawha canal and the ship douks the Commilteo examined a number of witnesses, including Hon, Mr. Bocock, Crniirhil!, Chief Engineer of the James Klver improvement, Col. Whit comb, Chief Encineer of the Chesapeak and Ohio Railroad, (Jen. Haunt, former KDeineer of the Hoosae tuuuell, and now general manager of the Air Line be tweeu Riuhmoiid and...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 29 October 1873

r B HOMK CIHCLE. 4 fpy rot Rir. Jchuhk, t. Cliivrrul hri nt Tolct merry. Kif th fhnrl fori ol frsife. On ih hridce b..Te t!i firry, lrintr nntrir tide nor wuvo. I" Hi ri s Swoll thei horu? loud and mighty, Shout the pnnr ul jubilee, Fa'?inic o'er the river palely, Light in titnrt und hik'h in glee. 11. re :'ne cl.uri h bell, fcrpnm the tBpine. I ire the rminon-ei'hocs roil. S.i:r.J the cruet. Ptrike the cymtul, Scr.J thrill to rrery foul. CHim' Swell the chorus, ie. in. ilKtc in triumph evry banner, W iile unfurl 1 nnd waving h ell ; Fint with Jot the louil hor.inna. Let echoee reach the ?ky. CnuEi--Swell the chum?. Ac. A Slwt for a Life. Whore the Kentucky River cuts Its way through the mountains, having upon eith er hunk bold, rugged elifis, that lift their summits five hundred and a thousand ftet, a the case may be, above thet-trearu, there lived in early times a settler by the name of Kufus Branson, who with his wife and little child, a charming young girl of some eight or nine ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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