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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 19 November 1873

8fflMdtf.j AJpwmU ' Mebittsban'; obnnbf r 19, 1875. RPECIMEN COPIES Of the CaioKtCLl mailed free to an? address oa ap- pllnaUnn. HATES Or ADVERTININU IN WECKLT. Ten llnea. or Um, solid, to comtitute a square. J a o o- a H 55 S3 ! 53 - CO A .PACS. 1 Square $ 1 50 $ S M' 4 50 1 50 $ 9 00 IIS 00 2 Squares j 3 )0 6 00, 8 50, 10 6oi lrt 50; 27 00 3 Squares ' 4 50 9 00 11 50 14 50 2) 50 37 50 4 Square J fl 00 It So; 14 00 14 001 30 00 1 45 00 & Square j 7 50 .14 00, ltf SO 2d 00, 3'J 501 55 60 Nltaatlon Wanted 15y an experienced miller in a grist or saw mill. liefereuces given. Addrens Nimrod Parkkk, Knoxvillc, Ten n. Improving-. Geu. Vaughn's health is slowly iin proving, but it will probably be weeks be fore bis health has sufllelently recovered as to enable him to pursue lila ordinary avocations. --. . -4 Personal. Hon. J. M. Tliornburgh leaves Knox ville in a few days for Washington, accom panied by hia mother and daughter. If wo are not very much mistaken, Colonel Thornburgh will...

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. — 19 November 1873

a. WEDNESDAY, : : XOVEMBEK J9.J875. THE VALUE OF ODE CURRENCY. The plirlukage in values in moat articles of home consumpliou, is ono of the fea tures of the panic that will prove satisfac tory to the masses. It is a dark cloud that has no silvery lining. The appreciation of greenbacks lis they near, gold increases their purchasing capacity. It may be called a decrease in the price of the articles purchased, or an increase In the purchasing power of our currency, just as our readers choose to regard it. When fold is at 1.07 a dollar, United States Treasury note is worth more tiian whetiifgold (Hands at 1.15, as it did some months ago. The currency of the Government is growing more valuablo and therefore a teu-dollar Treasury note will buy nearly as much now as eleven dollars in the same currency would Lave done sev eral months ago. The object of Congres sional legislation should be to keep up this appreciation in the real value of our cur rency. Of course, if a five-dollar green back...

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. — 19 November 1873

3 AdvcrllnieiiteiiiN. ' CCBW AFFAIRS. ' rARti(ri,.vni or tut. caftmie or , . the ViK;ixir An Exrllluff lliae nml Ulrtrrmlnrtl Kfl'url to I-ncHpc. ('into, Horse miUCnaea or A run Thrown Ovei-honril. Hniunmry Proci-Mllug nod tulrk Xxten t'.oa to Avoid foreign Intervention. Havana, Nov. 12. A dispatch from Hnntiago do Cuba has been reoelvea an Tiounciitg Hie execution of Cnpt. Fry and the crew of the Virginius and twelve more Cuban patriots, and pays that Franchl A 1 faro was anions; the latter number. He tiered the Spanish authorities a million tlollar if they would spare his life. The Spaniards say he came to assume the Presi dency, so-called, of the Cuban Republic. Several passengers, both men and wo men, by the steamer City of New York, from New York November tith, which has arrived, were yesterday arrested by tbe au thorities on landing. It is reported that they are accused of complicity with the In surgent?. l'urtlie (Outrage, Nv York, Nov. 3, A Havana letter nndcr dat of the sth...

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. — 19 November 1873

8 ftngifrillt KfoMg mrait, WUbttttims, gfobtmfrtr 19, 1673. HOME CinCLE. roe thi rnioKiri.i 111 VEHOKIAM. TO LITTLB If ART. Farewell, Mary I . We shall miss thee, But our lost bat been thy gain, And, ia all the bright hereafter, You ihall with the blessed reign. What a sorrow for your parent, For our only sister dear! Tet, this thought can soften anguish : Thy free spirit hovers near. If we 're faithful we shall meet thee, When the storms of life are o'er, And with thee enjoy the presence Of our Savior eTermorc. Life's garden lost a treasure, Death's garden gnined a prize, And heaven shall know the ripening Of what it ci denies. Eda. THE IXOiriRY. Tell mo ye winged winds, that round my path way rear, If ye have ever seen such times as these before. Such dismal gloomy days, such seasons of dis tress, When every man you meet complains or being The THE IMriKULilL. la the memoir and historical reminis cences, lately published, of liarou Begur, the veteran diplomatist of many court, occu...

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. — 26 November 1873

. . 1 ..... v K-v. vj ' r i ,v, ,,v Jj. ii .P ii ciSiiwrivfl i i ! 1 it 1:1,. VOL. IV. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 20, 1S73. NO 35. xiittk ir- Uk iti ii'i 11,1 :vu The (Srecncvillc Union snys: A much larger crop of whent lias been sown thin fall than usual. If the Reason should prove favorable, there will be Urge quan tities for sale next full. Only five car loads of wheat have been shipped from this point yet this season. It ban all taken the panic. The Unaka Furnace has been stopped for a few days on account of ore. It will be nut in blunt soon. Hie Pottsdale Furnace Company Las on bands over three hundred tons of pig iron, and are still punning ahead. They made about one hundred and ninety tons, mak ing an average of six and one-third tons each day. Pretty good business for a cold blastfurnace. Brn!ly Comity, The Cleveland Bonner says: The Bap tists of this State are going to establish a University, and the membership of Middle and West Tennessee havo conceded the locat...

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. — 26 November 1873

Snovbillc ffiltthljj (Sljroniiie, Mtinti&M, tobcmIjcr 1873. WEDNESDAY, . . NOYKMRKI. EG, 1873. fkom sevilu com 11. Motlng f-onlli V .oo:l t'nrmlna; llprorcl, SEVIEK. ILLE, TKXX., Nov. ."). Editors Ciikonki.k : There lius been a wonderful slaughter among the hogs with in the last three days. The sudden ohnnee in tlip weather has been quite favorable for that business. Heveral luindrcil left or county this week for the iSoutheru mar ket. K. A. Davis St Co. took nbout two hundred, and (iitss & Co. over three hun dred. Several large lots will be baconed. If many of our farmers would adopt the plan of ir. "V. II. Trotter, no doubt they would make their farms yield more abund antly, save labor and improve their lands. In the fall of he concluded to try an experiment on one acre for wheat. He first plowed his ground; then hauled from his barns eighty-live loads of stable ma nure; then plowed again and sowed it in wheat. This acre was the poorest of a twenty-eight acre held, but yie...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 26 November 1873

glrtaicbiUt ttthln- jr0mtie ctatsbsn, - Jtobcmbtr 2D, 1B73; FOREIti J TRAVEL. rrniiri lo Orrnt RrltnlnNrn silrknr on the rhnnnrl John Knox Holla nnd bnrrb-A Nrottlah Knbbnln. We give below to our renders tlie last of the nerlw of (ho very fnteiestinpEuropenn letters by Col. Thornburgh, -which Imve from time to time appeared inonrcolumim. Our renders will regret to learn that it is the last. Not only have warm commenda tions hure at home attested the Interest the public has felt in their perusal, but a portiou of theui have, we notice, been copied into other journals and laid before readers to whom the author is a stranger. Taken as a whole, the letters give an in teresting and Instructive account of much that is valuable, and furnish to th reader the pleasure and profit derived from in teresting and historic scenes observed by a new eye and portrayed by a graphic pen : Manchester England, Sept. 124, 1S7.3. Mv riEAK : After seeing Paris and Versailles, I took the train for London, an...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 26 November 1873

mbh Mtthb tyrannic, Mctmcsban, lobtmbtr 2U, 1873. &k (Lclcchln (Cbvmuclc. RULE & KICKS, Publishers, Xunibt r 1! Market Place, East Side. tkrus or M IJ RIPTIOX. One CY7. yi" - - 00 One evi'f, ix months 1 00 Ten cc'i'in.nno year ....S 15 01) Twenty c.'l'ii.". one year SO 00 WEDNESDAY, : : : NOVEMBER ", li-TX Tin: limiting editor of the Chattanooga Times, who was nearly always on the sick list when there was any fighting to do in the lust war, proposes to do his country bettor service in thenextoue. He is op posed to war with Spain, principally it would scorn, because the Spanish navy has more ships in it than our. E-ri.K.iTKNT Johnson has been in terviewed on the Cuban sitnation by a newspaper correspondent. He btlieves that Cuba should have been annexed to the United States years ago; that the Government should not act with any un due haste now ; and that Spain will make all the reparation we ask for without re sorting to war. Wi: put Ivi:;a on the track for Governor, but we ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 26 November 1873

Sl'J.CHlt.Jf COPIER Of the Chroxicli mailed free to anj address on en plloatinn. RATKS OF ADVERTIMM JS WEEKLY. Ten lines, or less, oliJ, to constitute a. square. e a H a s a a a 1 S'liiure 2 Siuars 3 Sjujtrcw.... 4 Sijuuros 5 fciuurci 1 1 iSO t 3 .VI 4 to i 6 Ml t 00 U S 00 a tw 6 00 t to io fKi' i Nil 27 oo ; 4 .VI eo 11 ho I 11 &o ill 5ol 37 to ! 0 00 11 50, 14 IN). H 001 30 4ft In) I 7 00, 14 00i 16 50, W oo, 3D 50 5a 50 To Our Pnirmix. Those who are in any way indebted to the Chronicle oi rui: will do 119 a great favor by paying it. The sum due is small to the individual owing, hut the aggregate of all that is justly owing us, is very large. Money is scarce and nil our expenses must Le paid in cash. We, therefore, ure upon or menus tho absolute importance of tending us promptly whatever they owe us. Wo have made the W::i;kly Cnnoxi cle a better paper than ever, and have fairly earned our subscription money. We aiso urge uion our friends the duty of promptly renewinglheir sub...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 26 November 1873

AVKDNJ-SDAV, : : XOVEMBEtl 20., 1873. M1AIL WE ANNEX ITIU ? mint Sriinlor Itron nlow nml ICrprrnrnla- tic Mnynnrtl mi (I Thoniljuricti Think of the Miuuilou, It is not every city tu:it mn boast of a i'nii.nl states f-'enntor and two Memhcrsof Congress. Lut Knoxville Is so fortunate, ami thinking their views on o iuijiortjint a question an to the duties of the (.tovern mint in the present trouble with Spain and the probable future of Cuba, a Choni- i.k representative exiled upon them to learu their views. We found Senator Brown low in liia usual health and in cheerful spirits. Upou this, like all other topics of public inter est, he entertains and expresses very de cided conviction as to what course our Government should pursue. He regards the actiou of the Cuban authorities as being hasty and inconsiderate, purposely hasty to prevent intervention mi the part of the United states or Great Britain. He believes the execution of the eiev and passengers of the Virginias to have been uu 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. — 26 November 1873

SttflifaUIer.ffitttthis muclr, mmsua& gtotombtr. M,..m. THE CUIUS CUIME SOME SIGNS OF WAR, CDEVT AtTIVITV AT ALL THE NV YARDS. Anue.xnliou Fovcr Oninlng; Grouud. How it Would Affect the Revenues Of Hie Government. OXLY 53 OF THE VIRG1XUS IKEH , EXECUTED. Moro VcsHcln Hoin-olietl Jty 1 On1an A.ittliortticH. Secretary Fish Demands the Return of Sequestered Properly. Fifty-Four Thousand Spanish Troops iu Cuba. Execution of Cubans ( li urged with ton splraoy with the YJrgiiiins Crew. TllliClBIXUT A IMT OX THE N1MMM1 1'OI.KY. ( nlinii Urmoniitrelluii In New York I'll)-. New Yokk, Nov. IS, The Cubnn meet ing held In this city, was very enthusiastic and there were repeated cries of war! war! The meeting resolved that the people of the United States will look to the great sol dier who now presides over our Govern ment to raise the promptest aud most de cisive action consistent with the dignity and precedents of our Government : that we adopt the language of Thos. Jeflersou in 17!)3, whe...

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. — 26 November 1873

Jiitoi(jiIIc Mdln omtkV roltbncsban, itobcmfecr HOME CIKCLK. H EltsTKR. OREri.EV, CH ASi:. Tho poem contribute 1 by Miss Edna Doan .Proctor en tho oceaiion of tho coinmcmorntion of tho bicentenuiiil icUloment of tho tate of New Hams-hiro, by tbo New Ilumpshiro His torical Society nt the Suite Capital, liasjuot bocn published. In the course of the poem thrco distinguished eons of Xew Hampshire, Mr. "Webster, Mr. Greeley and Chief Justice Chase, ii.-e thus alluded to : One, in the shadow of long Kenrsarge Nurtured for power, like the fabled charge Of the gods, by l'olion's woody marge; o lofty ins eloquence, stately his mien, That.could he have walked the Olympian plain The worshiping, wondering crowds had seen Joye descended o'er the feast to reign 1 And One, with a brow as Haider's fair, And his life the grandest of love and peace i basing the burdens the race mun bear, Toiling for good he might not sharo, Till bis white soul found its glad release 1 And One a tall Corinthian column...

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. — 3 December 1873

STATE NEWS. i Mr. Charlton lias organized a Grange at Fullen's Depot with the following officers: L. Pickering, Worthy Master ; W. C. Itlack, Overseer ; 1). F. Rolton, Secretary W. McEarnest, Treasurer : A. II. Collet, Chaplain ; J. 11. Stereeipher, Steward ; J. -. Williamson, Assistant steward ; Lewis Broyles, Gate-keeier : Mrs. L. Pickering, Ceres ; Mrs. Sophia Gaunt, Pomona ; Mrs. J.O. Robb, Flora : Miss V. A. Pickering, (Stewardess ; and Mrs. 15. K. Rlack, Lady Assistant Stewardess. Hamilton Connly. Shade Westmoreland, a white man, was convicted of murder in the first degree, and sentenced to be hung on Friday, Jan uary Oth, Ly the Circuit Court, at Chatta nooga, one day last week. We learn the case has, or will he taken to the Kupremo ourt. nr Iron Intercuts, Mr. James fturniip, of London, England, who some months since contracted by ca hie for a large body of valuable iron and coal land at (Smith's X Roads, the property a Vol. W. A. lioskjns or tins city, arrived here on last ...

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. — 3 December 1873

IliioffaUU Mtthljj 0nitlt, JMc&ntsiras, gtccmfctr 3-, 1873. a?no.nllf WfcMij (Chronicle. WEDNESDAY, . . DECEMBERS, 1873. FIELD A.NI TV-VUM. Kural Items. We liavo nuain been visited by several ircutlemen Irani the north, lotli from Pennsylvania anil Juiliannia. Thoy seem ed veil pleased -with this country, espeel nlly with our mild mul salubrious elhuiite. but think improvements are yet lacking to bring it with and equal to their own coun try, but we hope ere many years our cnun- irjr win Kijuni II Iioi buh'upo ,-imiic vi iuush noitbern and western countries, as we have the material to improve it with much less expense. All that is now wanted is for niau to bring it as near to a state of perfec tion as possible. It will then le one of the most desirable countries in the Union. It may Hot excel some of those western prairies for beauty but. let us consider the value of our healthy climate, and many other advantages over that and other coutries. The soil of this country is naturall...

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. — 3 December 1873

$ino(rillc Sfttechln Ijromclc Mcbncsbitn, gcccmbcr 3, 187. 3' MXiIU H IJt JAIL. yjin Cotillln lie Itnra not WIOi In ('rim , Iniiln lllnixt ll. Xotliliidf rllnlle I'riiiu I.iilKlrrltlilk. We visited Mangruni in Din cell yi'ster day evening, ami fouiul hiui somewhat easier, nlllinugli lie had beeu Hiid'eriug in tensely during the day, and about noon ho became considerably ularined nnd thought he was dying. Dr. lingers wad at once Bent for, who administered some sooth ing potions, and the result was that he felt better after having enjoyed a sleep, lie seems to talk with great difilculty and pain, and is very reticent In regard to any facts concerning liia past life, stating that he would rather not tell anything Hint might criminate himself. About all we could gather from him was, that he was a native of the Northern part of Georgia, and that he has now no living relatives that he known of except one brother and a sister. He says that his sister lives in Chattanooga, but does not know...

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. — 3 December 1873

(the c&lrchli) (Chronicle. HULK & KICKS, Publishers, yum fur V) Market I'lacc, Fast iSVcor. TCRMM OF M'IMl'KIFTIOX. One eopj one year, l 90 One cciT. fix nionihs 100 Ten eof-k-a, one yenr 15 00 Twenty coic., one yenr SO 00 WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER S, 1ST3. Tun TciineweT'nns in Washington pro pose giving tlie Hon, Horace Maynnrd u comilimentary serenade at the Ebbitt House on Wedneseny evening. Wk arc gratified to know front private letters from intelligent au-i iu4lueitial gen tlemen in Tarious jvarts of Tennessee thai the ChkoNk i.k's articles on the Cubiw difficulty are heartily endorsed. We value swh endorsements very highly. e . Tin: T-tate Superintendent of Education has called for . Oonvention of County Su ncrintcndcuU, at Nashville, on the 0th 6nst. Itiweetaat the same time with the State Teachers' Convention, and we ex pect the Convention will be one of profit to the educational work. Ten: Southern Republicans held a cau cus Friday night hut at which it was de cided by Mr...

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. — 3 December 1873

liuojrbillc t&lcchln Cbnmidc eoUtmcstntji, December :j, 187.3. 3 MPECIMEX COPIF.4 Of the CimostcLK mailed free to any aiUress on np-p'lontinn. KATI'.N or AIMEKTIMIMJ I WEEKLY. Ten linns, or lets, solid, to constitute a squnro. S' I I i -6- 3! 1 (Square 2 Squuro 8 Squares 4 Siur 5 Squares 1 Ml $ 3 M) $ 4 SO f fi M) S 00 tr, m DW1, M 60! Ill fl m mi ll 4 M on 7 50 ! (to 11 M 14 OU 11 Ml 14 SO 1M W 37 6i) 14 ni) H 00 SO 00' 45 00 lrt 50' U8 OU 3il 50 55 60 I I To Our 1'rtlroiifi. Those who are in tiny way indebted to the Chronicle oi'i'icK will do us ti great favor by pitying it. The- sum due is small to the individual owing, but the aggregate of all Hint is justly owing us, is very large. Money is scarce and all our expenses must be paid in cash. We, therefore, urge upon our friends tbo absolute importance of Bending us promptly whatever they owe us. We have made the Wm-:klv Ciihoni ci.K a better paper than ever, and have fairly canned our subscription, tuoney. We also Urge upon o...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 3 December 1873

llnorbilk SMfthln (Ebromtlf, Mrimcsbair, Jlctcmbtr 3, 1873. Li I! t ; DKCKMUKU 3, 1ST;'.. TWEED BEHIND THE BARS. In the niilt of the t'ulmn excitement, it is well I'lioujjli to rellect for a moment up on the fj'Cftacle of the notorious thief of the Western Continent IJoss Tweed bo bind iirison baw. We look upon li is con viction and punishment lis one of the most striking and conclusive evidences of the power of an incorruptible press. When we think of the powerful position in which Tweed had Intrenched himself through gigantic corruption, his final overthrow is very assuring to.the friends of republlcau institutions. In a city containing an unusually large foreign ele ment, a large part of which is ignoraut Tweed, had the political power of an autocrat. His stealings amounted to millions, and he ised it un scrupulously to protect himself and friends from punishment. He constructed his entrenchments so that they took in the courts of justice, including the corrupt selection of juror...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 3 December 1873

nobilIc Wtthin tyxomtU, Mcbntstan, gcttmbcr 3, 1873. FOIl PEACE Secretary Fish and l he Spanish Minis ter Compare Notes. The Virgin. us and Surviving Crew to be Surrendered. The Navy lards Sf ill Force. TlMrking Full How the nlmiia Tftik New Yokk, Nov. A letter from Ha vana, dated Nov. Sotli, coys tliere I much talk of war with the United Hiatea. The Captain General and his military chiefs have had hourly meetings, but their delib eration are. not known. One thing la cer tain, however, and that la preparations for defense are being actively made. Ouns are being mounted on nil the forts around the city. Who they will get to mnu them is another matter, as they have no artil lerymen. Powder is also being supplied, and a general bustle is noticed urouud the arsenals. They people are warlike and ex press their determination to make no con cessions. They say they will lljrht to the last before they will give up the Virginius or any of the persons who took part in the execution of her crew...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 3 December 1873

$nofoiIU Mtthlji , tyxoriuk, Icfcucsimn, -glrxtniljcr li , .167X3 . s 110M12 ciucjm:. WATt'lllX" HK VX.V.X. .v o nlways stoJ uvon the (-top?, Jutly tlii' rnttiijre iLor, Waiting to kiss mo when 1 cnmo E:cb niht hum" Iron tho shore, Mt eve-i wore like two kI""'0" stars. Dancing in heaven' own bin': Tapa. ' she d call, like a weo bin, 1 j iootin' lit for ou. ' Air. ! low saJly iK our live- li.ntige nil wo onward roam ! Vit now no birdliko voice culls out To bid mo welcome homo, little arun stretch out to me, 'o blue eyes duncing bright Arn peeping from the cottage door When I come homo Ht night. And vet it comforts me to think, T h iit when I'm called away. From scenes below to ttiose of bright And everlasting day, A little angel at tho pate, With eyes divinely blue, "Will call with birdlike voice, 'Taa, ' I s Iootin' out for ou." JIADE TO "SEE IT."' I can't see it," saM IlullVr; "nobody remlg all these little advertisement?. It is preposterous to think it."' "But," said the editor, "...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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