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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 28 January 1874

linoririllc etlUchln bronitic ialcbncsban, ;uuuun !2S, 167yj . Of the Cuso?trf.lt'fciiiM freVfd sfny Vj l?s on at Aii:t or Anvr.nnsixu in hi.i ki.y, Ton lintj, or lent, (olid, to cnnstituMa muarc. E e : o C 3 O 1 Hquare... 2 5uurej.. fcsiaiirc.. ' $ 1 6 $ 8 n 4 fsn f s m $ no $15 on 3 lJ 6 0ii 8 511 Id 50 )i Ml 1!7 i 4NI, o 11 M) l5ii 215(1 K7 ST ' 8 11511 14 Oil. IS Oil SlMKl 45 HI 7 50 14 00 16 6U tH 00 3i 50 65 ) Ta Correspondent. It is an invariable rule of the Ciikoni- lk not to publish communications with ut a responsible narue attached thereto, lot for publication but an a guarantee of ;ood faith. We receive Uy every ruail ar it-left for publication to which the autkor's iiiino is not signed. Lum and ln Hook On ucrvouatid sexual debility, nlglitly osses.ete. HUc illustrations. Sent free or in cents. Dn. J. C. Aiiiiky. iluwGni Buffalo, N. Y. T ar Fniead. Do yu waul a good magazine oue year -cry cheap? If bo, send $2.25 and pet the IWKEKI.Y CHKOKJCLU and II ood' Jlotinr- fiold ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 28 January 1874

narfrUIt SSfcthlg CJponuu, .Mtbntslmg, annarr 28, 1871. Li WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1874. IMPROVEMENT OF lOUTHEEN BIVEB8. It has ulready been stated in thecolumus of this paper tliat an appropriation lias lieen inked for ly Southern members of Cougresit for the improvement of the Ten nessee river. . The .um nkeil for is four millions. tVe are not caiiguine of the im liiediu'e result of tlii enterprise, hut it -iiotil.l l.e eiK'i'etienllv- pushed, neverthe less. The country is demanding retrench ment and economy, and members of Con gress will le governed by public sentiment in this respect, but they should not adopt a 'penny wise ami pound foolish " policy. We believe the best interests of the country will be promoted by a liberal appropriation for the Improvement Of the Tennessee river. It traverses a country rich in mineral deposits and agricultural resources. ot less than thirty-thousand square miles of territory are drained i y the Tennescee and its tributaries, all of which, if 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. — 28 January 1874

pnorbillc &Icthlg j)rmutlc, SMtfcitts&ajj, cjanuarn 28, 7-1. Vholcale nnd M nmftctut-injr Irnjrjf lntM. Xew A1 ertlaeuirntk. FimCIIL UIEST10V l fOXGRESS. Proposition Made Tor a I'nittd Slates Baak. Wasiiim.ihn, Jan. :Xl. Mr. Meiriiuon, of North Carolina, ml 1rmhi'i1 the .Semite, lit' nni'1 our country enjojrit tliu coiiflilenco of its people more tliitn uny country on tlic t';ice i,f tiie cnrtli, and yet our currency lnul iwii 1'9 valuetl than gtM ty twenty per ccul. lie nrpueil that it was iiii)o-sililf to make a paper currency ftitiul to pilil. It was Itllu unil crimliiiit fir Ooiiitress to under take to liritiic jrreenl(acksii Id the standard of Kold. We must put ourscl vc on a level with the commercial nation of the earth, and to do this we must have n itold nnd hilver currency. Until wi-ftnlli.h n me dium of exchanie l:i-oil upon ;old and silver, we can never have the advantages of commerce. lie advocated an immediate resumption of Kpeeie payment. The people of the Igni...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 28 January 1874

ih.uw.. ,ui,uc v, .o!:;au;t!f ul;h)f'j3 oil; dun; HOME OIItCI-E. w i r.TSt K or H;i vs-Nr.. HV J. ... V JllTTIKK, Atid if the husband or the wii'r, In homo's strong light discovers S ti-h plight defect 4 as tuild to meet Tho blinded eyes of lover-, Why ncod we nsk ? who dream' it(iout their thorns tho roses? ( r wonder ttaut the true-t fieri The readiest l ark di-clo-i"-. Vur till in mutual sitl'oranco lie The secret ot true living ; Vvo joareo is lovn that never knows Tin sweetness of forgiving, MKS. DALTOVS STRATEGY. 1)V ARAI1 11 ART. .,ir.. Dniton t:it before the glowing fro for tho bright spring days were n trillc too cool to do without it but her usually cheerful face wore a troubled expression, as if tier mind was serious ly perplexed. And indeed she was troubled, tor that morning bad brought to her the intolli wro that Florence, her eldest dahchtcr. a 1 r'.ght, beautiful girl of sixteen, was fond of the company of those whom her mother would rot havechosenascempaniont for her...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 4 February 1874

,4 VOL:. IV. KNOXVILLE. TENN., WEDNESDAY. EEIlRrAKY 4, 1S71. NO 45. I'EKSOAL. iieechcr gets j:4.r: a minute when he lec tures. Clinrlcj Francis Adams Is reported to be writing u historical work. Senator nnil Mrs. Morton are said to 1m; .now enjoying the hot of health. Ben. Wood, of New York, owns the only muruing daily fa Charleston, South Oaro hna. Mrs. Senator Dorsey is described ns n .Spanish-looking beauty, with long Mack lashos, dark eyes und ir lite figure. Grace Greenwood (Mrs. TJpplneotti Is deseribod as dark nnd rather pale, with bright hazel eves and a strong face. The New York Sun wants to wee the r.ev. Henry Wnrd Reecher the successor of Roscne Colliding. It says "lie would car ry religion into the Senate." Mr. A. H. Stephens is preparing to make o few brief remarks on the ipiestion of Cu ban independence, and Congressional re porters talk of taking a week's holiday. According to Dr. Holland, " the average American eats his dinner in tho average American restaurant in to...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 4 February 1874

$nottiU WttMj) 0mrit, SSWmtsbaff, ifyxmxxQ iez&. FEBRUAHY 4, 1871. FIKLU AND lT-A-ltM. Wluter Feed For Shcoi. From a recently published paper on the above subject, by J. J. Meclii, we extract the following items of interest to breeders: The proper qualities, quantities, and ad mixture or food have much to do with the health ami progress of t lie animals. The nitrogenous and carbonaceous should bear due relations to each other. Food may be too rich, too poor, too nitrogenous, too glutinous, too laxative, or too astringent. Clean wheat will kill a horse if fed alone, but if fed with theehauT andstrawin which it grows it is healthy, lie seldom loses a lamb or ewe in parturition, for they are fed on mixed principle, lie carefully avoids mangolds before lambing and feeds spnr iugly of turnips He rarely gives roots to bis breeding au imuls before parturition ; they contain co much salt, potash and soda, 'jwenty-eight pounds of turnips with their tops on con tain one-half ouuee of comm...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 4 February 1874

Jincibillt Silechlg Cjjromrlc Mcbncsban, Jxlmmm 1, 1871. Hark t from the "Toomb" a Doleful Sound. Brig, (icncral Robert Toombs is one of tlie few turbulent spirits in the South not reconstructed. lie glories in the fact that lie is a "rebel." He wants the Constitu tion of Georgia so amended us to provide for the repudiation of tUu State debt and has mado a speech, from which Hie follow ing Is nn extract : I have read the Governor's meswe, and ho gives you very good ndviee in tt. He ways, repudiate tliee bonds. They have made that a very honorable term. It is no longer infamous. Why, the Jews put Christ upon the oro9 because he was in famous, lint look back through the vista of l.SiKJ years, and around that cross beam the glories of heaven. Had men have made thrt world no lonirer infamous. I like the world. I would have it put on my tomb stone that I repudiated every rascally dol lnr these Legislatures nut upon my chil dren. I accent the term. I am proud of the appellation that when ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 4 February 1874

jAnotbillc (&UthIn Chronicle, c'.O.Ulmc&t)an, butarn rj, 18?i. &k (&tcchl (Chronicle. "WEDNESDAY, FK13KCAHY 4, 1ST. KULE & RICKS, Publishers, Amnbcr 19 Market Peace, East Side. tkrun or svrscriptiox. One y, on Tt One coi-y, six months . I W Ten cojiie", nno year 15 00 Twenty copie", one year SO 00 Tub friends of the Siamese twins want to make somo money out of their remains. The sum of ten thousand dollars is usketl for the previlego of making a iot mortem examination. A Virginia clergyman who spent fif teen months in Fort Delaware during the late war, has written up the story of his confinement, which he entitles "United State? Bonds." . - Wi: have been asked if the Comptroller pays all the Democratic papers in the State for inserting his frequent and vol uminous circulars, out of the State Treas ury. We cannot tell. Mr. J. Circular Burch could. On Monday the bids for the construc tion of the Cincinnati Southern road from South Danville, Kentucky, to the Tennes ...

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. — 4 February 1874

JAuoi'billc cioIcclUn Xbronitlc eiUcbiuslwy, f cbuiavg a, I8K1. KPKCIMKX COl'Il-H Of the Chkoxiulk mailed free to any al lro?s on 01- Itlieiirinn. KATKN Or' AlVKItTISIU IX WKEKI.Y. Ten lines, or leas, solid, to constitute a sijtiiiro. s s H a H 1 Square ( 1 SO f 3 Mi' 4 SO'f 6 M 9 00 Jlft 00 2 Squares , 3 M i 8 00 ft 501 10 M W Nt 27 00 SSqunres 4 So! 9 : 11 60 14 6rt! it! 50' S7 M 4 tquaros I 6 IKI 11 80' 14 Oil' 11 00' .HO 00 4"i tt t Squares ' 7 50 . 14 00, 16 60, 2S 00 3lt 50 55 60 To Correspondent. It is an Invariable rule of the Chkoni clk not to publish communications with out a responsible name attached thereto, liot for publication but as a guarantee of good faith. Wo receive by every mail ar ticles for publication to which the author's name is not signed. Latest mill Bent Hunk On nervous aud sexual debility, nightly losses, etc. Nine illustrations. (Sent free for 10 cents. Dh. IS. C. Aiiiiky, iltiwtim . , lluilalo, JS. V. To Our r'rleailH. Do you want a good magazine one y...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 4 February 1874

JtawbiUt Mcfhltj 0iiult, WXthxtn $imxnx ft, i8?rx. 6 WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1874. rnESEVir.it u ty iio.nu iue. Tlio Verdict of tlio Ciironcr'n Jnry mill Komw AIlilioiinl I'iic'In. From our I'oyd's Creek corre-poiidi'iit, J.istiee 11. M. Creswtll, writing under dale of January - ilii, we Klin Hie following ml ilitional facts in regard to Hi- killing of Klmnuon i'elker by Jncoli C'unimings, at I'.oyd'n Creek, Sevier county. Justice 11. o M. Civswtll suntmoiKil a colonel's jury, 11k bet'oie whom t!,e following witnees testl T.ed : CIkw. Iln.l'.-tiii unload', Hubert Chandler i'enlored i, J. II. Walker, Jau)es Trent ami Jienj. lleartly. The evideuee elicited was about the fame as we have nl ready given in detail in ti previous issue. After hearing the evidence the jury ren dered the following verdict : We, the undersigned, beinjr elected, etr. j'anueled, sworn and charged by II. M. Creswell, acting Justice of the Peace for Sevier county, as a jury of inquest, to in quire how, when and in...

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. — 4 February 1874

Jkotbillt JSItthig Cbronixlt, SSItimesbau, jftbruaru 51,1875. AFLOAT OX THE ICE. Wholesale nml ZVIniiufacturliiir I)riii-(i-itfs. ew AdvertlMeiiiciits. Mxtjr Mr ii nnil Ilirlr Trnmi Ninrt Down the Kmw Hirer on ih Iee F.xrtiinff Hcrnni nntl PerHorm PnftlllotiN. Tlie Kansas rler, which every one knows, divides Kansas City from its ru burbun neighbor, Wyandotte C'iiy, "got on a regular tan? " yesterday, und for about half un hour whs the fcein? of great excitement, rivaling In intensity tlie ex oitement prevalent on board the Ville du Havre after her collision with the Loch Earn. The river ha been frozen over for a few dftVH liast and during this time has been tho scene of irreut bustle and excitement. Tim ice-dtulers nmonif them Vinmiext, Kidemiller, Atwell and other lure dealers in iee have been at work ever wince tlie ice was three inches tli . busily Having all that could be cut. Here wn.i a city ot liltv thousand people depending upon them for the means of keeping cool and the 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. — 4 February 1874

1 $xoxbit Wttkty (typamtit, LCtUbncsbajr, jfcfrM.un X 187-i. I HOME C'TlfCr53. tut: I" rk. .-I.. Minor t w I j i l f.ii.o.- u )u.i! jut: aiit:, Ybon, hit"! o;' con? victors' sliout, an in ; r.'iw fast, now Ur.v, v, itH mingled wail s.ud laughter. Ti,n mutley, woiru !V.:es!.Kin movpth Ar.d i'r.im out the tiiHtlowy dim "Jo LV An.. '.lie- nr. J uii'jtlK'r y.'iir jlijos'.oii!t'uiiy. ) ; Mintr.m tniin '. Your rliill lireiilli dull our 1'leasurus ; Y.-ir l'o"tprint lr-iivo tin; furrow." aini the frost; Witii rutiileps IjHnd ye .emli'T up our treasures Ti;l in tlm iniHei"' ly truies'' lliey are lost ! ."tjJ darIpninK window, closirn; portnls show The lUtighlerj of sweet harmony brought low ! And yet, O pstainj: yar : O grim pos.'siiii : A lnvisli store ye l-s-pd into our lianJs Karo froins tried gold r!;, yes ! we mnke con iVssion, YuirRilt well bului.ced nil your fttra tin- !!)HIlcU ; A rj lr.Hiiy an ufiered pria our idiu lingers io.-f, I'.'.-raiJc. h11 liet'lleslv, we -iutr.l'eroJ at our...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 11 February 1874

1 lilt, wMfiif i'.r; : ?'A2" u " VOL. IV. KNOXVILLE, TENNm WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 11, 1S71. NO 40. - . t .tg ; i.. i. . ' From the TeaneM J.nnJ Rcg'er. 'Xezmessee Compared with Other States. In the January number of the Laxu JtKfliRTF.il wc referred" to the publication of tlio Hon. M. T. Williarown on the assessment of taxes atnl suggestd re forms. We ugain take pleasure in re ferring to this valuable compilation and ahull extract pome of the comparisons made, for the benefit of our readers who might not, otherwise soo them, showing fiow Tennessee compares in the list of her sister StiAes. " From these, reports (the census re ports, 1870,) we learn that New York lias the largest population and Nevada the least and that Tennessee stands ninth, being exceeded in numbers by New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Illinois, 1 .Missouri, Indiana, Massachusetts and Kentucky. In square miles or acres 8110 is exceeded by twenty States, she being the twcnty-firnt iu superficial area. In lands in farms sh...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 11 February 1874

'Jfiuiwillr a-Vf flits hwnlrtr. AV Y.DS ESDA Y, : : : FE3KUARY 11, lt74. FIKLD VTVI) IWUM. Tlic Xcvr lork World on (irangcs. It would be refreshing to the IU'i'iiblican infinite's f the grange to be Deriiiitteti to reiul the leaders of the New York organ of the Democracy. I liev are usually written with ability, and their transparent fratik- liesrt id especially eoo. lnenilahie. iiie ue nioeraoy nud the granges are urged not to be jealous of each other; they are told that it Is too soon for either orgnui.ntion to disband in favor of the other ; that next year they will be in a better condition to onsult on this subject ; that in the mean time each should do its assigned work as an opponent of tho Kepublican party in attempting to defeat llepubli jan candidates for the next Cougres. It says the Repub licans should, by all means, le prevented securing a majority iu the next House, be causa that House may elect the next .Presi dent. It says that "In Congressional district which are sec...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 11 February 1874

Jinaibillt (teltrltln oratle Mtbntsbitn, jfclmmn 11, 1871. 3 OUR WASHIXUTO LETTER. the Rebel Archive- Tell Tcnneeafev Hen About t'easrlon. Spesial Corre.rendenc of the Chronicle. Wauiunqton, Jan. 30. The rebel archives furiilsliml the material for burying Caleb dialling for Chief .Tun tice. It linil done good work before nnd is likely to do more. It furnishes damaging proof ngftinst parties who liavo claims pending for louses Incurred during the war. My attention lias been called to a case in Hawkins county, of a prominent public citizen, who is now holding a prominent position In the Legislature. He has had Congressional aspirations too, and for til I know may have them yet. The story, on told me, is that he had a claim for aeveral thousaud dollars, before the Claim- Com mission, I believe. It was rejected. He wrote ;to Judge Butler, who is always Alive to the Interests of his constituents, rich or poor, Democrats or ltepulicans. The Judge Inquired into the cause for the rejection,...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 11 February 1874

ehc viiiccf cIit (iThrantdc j j KJLE & KICKS, Publishers, Xronttrr V) Markit Place, Fast &idj. it,ns or Ki HMiiir uox. One c i'3'i ouo y-'"r One eoiy, six month?, Ten C' l'ic", oncycur Twcn'y e)iic?,ono ycur,. .... U 00 .... 1 00 1") 00 30 oa WEDNESDAY, FE lilt U All Y 11, 171 Rev. Bishop Haven will preach ut the FirptM. K. Church, in, this city, on Sab bath next, morning aud evening. t Ma.i. II. JI. Foi.soM.of Elizabcthtou, has been suggested as the nest Democratic candidate for Congress in the First Dis- A i'r.Dri)-ir:oN is likely to come before Congress soon, enquiring how many mem hers 01' eaeli House are iuterefied in Na tion! Hanks. ' Tm; New Yoi-k J?w -; i'd-V Tf.rjf ap propriately a-kf : "I there u Democratic party, .c, outside of the World office, and, if so, what arc its politics V" - " ' A corae&poudcnt of the Kiugstou Fiui Tcnncwrui suggests the name of dipt. H. Crnmbli-n as a proper mm to represent Roa ic-e muly in Ilia next legislature . A.mon'i tiie visito...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 11 February 1874

jftnorbillc cMcchIn(ljroiiiclc eU-Uncsban;, , cbtuaii; 11, 187'.i. 4 i - iii i IHI V Hl'KCIMKM COP1E9 ' f f j Of the C.ii onH lk tnnilcd freoto uny'afliri on n !''"'"". ' .f. ; 1 .. , hates or aiiyehtisixo i. wiikhly, Ten linos, or e, mli J, to constitute a fiaaro.' a H a i o j I 1 Square..., 2 Saaarrs.. I 60 I 8 M 4 M II SI j ! 0051 I' 3 STiiiirR... 4 tfu;aei.,.. 4 v o vi in chi n .J ' 4 M. 11 6 Sqaan-i 'I T f0H4 001 IS to! 28 Uul 60 8 im 11 M 14 0" i oo 65 SO To Corr Hiil'iit. It in an invarinlilo rule of the CitltoN't t i.i: not to publish communications with out a reapumlbltf name nttacued thereto, nob for publication but in, n giuuanteo of good faith;-; $ rveively' try mall ar ticles for publication to which the author's name, is not signed. ... f yj l i iti ) Eiitcst ami nost Stonii ' . i -.ervoii anil sexual liability, nightly i" .it... Xiacllltifclrailoub. S'lu-nve- 1 nt-. Dk. K. C. Ai:i;i:v, i ' a IhilUilo, N. V. '1.: Our I rl iil .. Do ye, i want a good magazine eiiu year ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 11 February 1874

Siiujibilk Mcthlg (MpanitU, W&fimt&w, jftbruarfi 11, 187. I) w ednksI) a v, rr.nnu.vitY 11, istj. DEATH OF DR. COBLEIQH. Jt isour painful duty to announce tlie death of How X. E.Cublelgli, D. 1). LLD., which occurred at bi residence in Atlan ta, tin., on Sun.luy, the 1st instant. Dr. Coblelgh flttbhiteil at the dedication of a church in the vicinity o.' Athens, Tiiiu.,on Kubbatb, Jun. 20th, left Athens on Monday for his home in Atlanta, w here be urrived on Tuesday, and was soon after Htricken down with pneumonia, which terminated fatally as above stated. Dr. Coblelgh was a native of Littleton, N. H., and about lifty-five years of age. He worked his way through College, prad uating with honor nt the Wesleyan Uni versity, Middletown, Couu., In 1S43, enter ed the ministry in lSt4,in which he labor ed assiduously aud successfully for ten years. He was thea chosen Professor in McKeudree College, atLebanon, Illinois, from which position he was called to a Pro fessorship in Lawren...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 11 February 1874

"Vliolinle iml ?tnnnlnoti Inir Dr-ntrlxti". HOME NEWS. FIRES. Attempt In Hnrn ( liurrlirv. Hamilton, ()xt., Feb. ". Dui-Iuk JiiIit ntUMiipts worn mailo lo burn vari ous churcln-a in this city. In the Primi tive Methodist, Wefitruiii and Centcnnary CburolieB, the books, seats, &c., were piled together und sot fire to, but tluy burned up without damaging the btiildinss. Pt. Andrew's C.'iureh, however, va more un fortunate, being utmost ruined. AHrn' Prim Work Ittirucil. rKOVUiKNC E, II. I., Feb. 3, The calen dering and agling building t;f Allen's print works were burned to-iiliiht. Losh !7o,0iH) : iusuranee, $100,rOO. Lomm on the mill niiu'liinery mid 8tofk burned iu Mill villo this morning, s-JiIS.OttO ; inximuiee :?171,0U0. KntlroaU Mlinpe llnrnwl Hi Mrntphii Memphis, Feb. 4. The Memphis rind Louisville Knilroud Compitnv's Hlions, with uvo .locomotive nmv seven cars, were burned. Loss, $180,000. The firo uriirinuted by an attempt to kindle a lire vnh coal oil. The workmen wero o...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 11 February 1874

$tuobUle Methlg. dromtlt; Mcbncsba Jfcferuatn 11,187-i, 3 HOME C'llfCIl". Kako Friends with Your Children. my Mil-. M. a. Kit'Dr:n. M.-J.e tiiend- with vuur iJiildn-n Nr'i-r lit tfictii Ik; r-tr.ini.'er-, i-Vr uianv hnve tlum beer, invl" JfeVr-do-well riuiirer-. Tie little "ties know, With their quiek intiiiii.i.i, Th true hi irU that pymju.ili vc Willi tin ir i-t.iiditi..ii. Tin Lr mirrowV un: lienrt-feit, Their trouble are muliy, YJ ile the tears th:.t they rdied An- tu bitter a ;u:y ; Ami their j.ivs are rraJ, Tin ir plea-mres its irlowiiii.-, tlm jovi that you know With yuur long year of lm ute: Make friend with your chiidicr. They ean't dn without you ; With game ami with story Oft draw them about you ; And thus may vou fasten The bright nflken tether That "blow liii;h or blow low," Will e'er bind you together. Make friend with ynur rliildrt-u In vouth ; do not tarry, in their young bosoms Some ceeret they carry. Make friends with your children ; Don't tni-t them to traiifrer-,...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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