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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 4 March 1874

.Slncibait McclUjj gfrnmirit . asaiamtsbau, gtartb ft,. 137.1. HPrriBEN tOPIE Of the Csbomcis mailed free to any address on plication. P- HATE or ADVERTIAIXO lC WEEKLY. Ten line, or leas, solid, to constitute a square. rC. M M & I J2 , .2 .2 fi. a; as i S ! - I u i 'I t 3 N $ 4 50 f 6 M I 9 00 115 PO I 6 00 8 fa) in Mi W fW. 27 00 00 H N) 14 fH 21 601 37 f ll N 14 00 14 00 30 00 ' IS O) l Squire ' 1M$8 W 4 50 f 6 M I 9 00 115 00 luartrs I o ,aj S6qunree....t. 450 4 Squares i 6 00 6(iuurei.M... 7 6o To Candidates. Announcements of candidates for oflice in the tHKoNKLK muni he paid for In ad vauce. This rule is not departed from in any cae. Criminal 4urt lrk. IVe ore nuthorijed to nnnonnepfiKO. I.. MAI.OXTV as a cinil date fr Clerk for the Criminal Court fer Kaox Couiity. Lleotion Amast ota, 13; 1. Attorney (General. tF, .".'"IhorI?ed and renne'ted to announce C. TT, J Lilt KNO Hi 1 a eandii1:ite tor D'.strir! Attorney Venoral tortile BL-trict 0: haox countv, ut the en?u ii'.S iug...

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. — 4 March 1874

StofiiMIlt lxthlfi tftomtk, IMximcarr, Itlarth MARCH 4, 1S71. hwliTN t'W 1111. .u.y rs:i' e c. i U'B'l", K tiry W'r.n Jieeeiier fo iiiii'-i' ii).nj iKAVf-r ii bI"iiirs lo a volutin lia u right, lo be JiearJ .veu in .:n?r places than the household. It is true iaastiie dace fnr the i-niiJle is in the ran-U?3Uck and the place to lied its light J iu the room ; but. if tue v inuow te open Imll th lirLit not co out to jrladdeu some poor wayfarer ? So v, oniiin's i!nee first is a hr family, but ifsiie uais no lamny is betotand in everl;:tin vaiting'.' Is rtetola iruu forever loaded and never tired off? The first f-phere vre admit to be tie household, and when in the household ber domestic relations require her to he pub- l.c, has she not a right to be so-: 1 z is an hf.risseivm. 1 1 is conceded that a woman ittv savall she v ants to, but she must not ay it with her tongue : she m:;y say what cue ill in tne House, out sue must 1101 say it outside. 1 tell you if Dante had lived in time among...

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 March 1874

CONGRESSIONAL Murp YVi-it Bctttfta ?Ir!on larl Sclturr. and I lr.il cMnn lorlj. (unniitt. VASIU3fi:oN, J-'eb. -'). M5ATI.. l'lio Seauio, in the moralitf ii'-tr. iio cectlcd to the consideration cf the bill to rri'olnt a conimieikn to iiKiUiie iiito the t.coholio liquor tragic. Tho debate on the Mil reviving the frankiEft j.rivileRa continue-l all duy. and finally the previous quebtion was second ed, and the nviln question onieml bv u voto of lM to 117. 'the Mil v ill 1 e voted en to-morrow. The 1'rtsident to-tiay in cfjmriHiiiic&tiiijr to Congress the report of the C nteunlal Commission rays a failu.-) ir this enter prise would be doploraltle. Hucccts can I e assured by arousing pub'ic opii-icn to tho iruj.oriaueo cf tho occasion. To se iiiro this end, in hii judgmctit, cogres-f-ioustl legislation istcixssiry to muLe the -vpoMtiou both i atlot;.l and a;te:iu iienal. The rlnaueir.l uet-ute va.v crc.uuucti to t.ny. Miwrn. Merrimon. bherr- ai:, Alii hoi) and Morton taking part. The...

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 March 1874

HOME CIltCL.12. THE tUOSI THAT JIM SOY. (Kansas r"ij Railway.) is:.:. ' Why, us to that,' said the engineer, ' (jhoots ain't things we are apt to fear, Spirits don't Tool with luvers much, A nd throttlo-valves don't take to si:h ; And ns for dim "NVbut happened to him 'VVas one-half fa:t and t'other half whim ! 'Jucning one niplit on the line, he tr.w A. house as plain as the morul law 1 Jit ly tho moonlight bank, and thence '."nnie a drunken man with no more sense Than to drop on the rail, Flat as ft flail, Jim drove by with the midnight mail ! Down went the patent. Steam reversed. Too late! for thorecamea 'thud.' Jim cursed, As hit tireman there in the cab with him, ti'nilcr stared in the face of Jinn, And gays, What now Says Jim, 'What now! '.'ve just run over a man that's how !' The fireman stared at Jim. They ran Pack, but they never found house nor man iary a shadow within a mile. J'm turned pale, but he triod to smile Then on he tore Ten mile or more, je quicker time than he'...

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 March 1874

V0L- IV- KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. MAW:rr 11 "isn' J u. TROW Tlir nncciTi rn n I r...r-i I .1.1 vel jr Time Abont Cbltwaod-Tha Moun tains Alive with Men and Teams Keller Irlrw for Carn-Kenta ky Ci -respondent of the Chronicle. Cumvooo, H'.qtx Co., Tenn., March 7th, 1S74. I left Jacksl)oro' last Tuesdaj , in compa ny with W. 8. Sheafer, of Pottsville, Pa., for a ride over the coal and iron fields of 1'iis and adjoining counting. Through the mountains on horse back at this season of the year is not a pleasant way of traveling, 4ut it is the only sure way of getting through the country, liven the most en thusiastic traveler will grow tired of na ture with her varying changes of gray and inossicovercd rocks and great hills, with their leafless forests and monotonous, mur muring streams, which Cow through the a3untain8, when compelled to ride all day in the rain and mud, particularly if he is itiot accustomed to riding, for when night come one always feels ps if he had been .kicked. o...

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 March 1874

$tn0btllc a21tchl2 Cjjroniriv SMttousbag, JJlartb 11, 1871. 0 Knoxvillf Wx&$ Gimmick. WEDNESDAY, MAKC'II 11, 1874. NOTES TBOM A glossy surface to protect the foot. This glossy surface takes the place of the previ ous tough horn, and at the next shoeing the foot vill probably split a little at the nails, and not iinfreiueLtly the kali punch es a piece out before it. Cor. Canada Far- ?!'T " lLOrSEIIOLll HIMS. A " Lyon's I'.end Farmer " (Kuox couii tyl gives us Ills observations on the sub ject of raising thorough-bred horses in preference te common or "scrub'' stock, lie speaks from experience. He raised a colt sired by Mabry's Ilclniet, which he sold, when nine months old, even in these hard times, for one hundred dollars. For another ho was offered one hundred dol lars when nine days old. It is now about the season when farmers are thinking of breeding colls, and he speaks as ou the subject for this season. It costs no more to raise a thorough-bred than a common colt, and they c...

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 March 1874

liit0frillt Mttblu tymxuk :Wtiriitt&& Mmh 11 I67i. SEWS B1.1.U.IRY. The Arohbisbon of Malinea lias excom municated every Frc mason in JJelgiuua. The fortune left by Karon Meyer de StohsililM is likely to ex. eod 3 1.1,000,000, .ejold. Three hundred and thirty converts join ed the Isrooklyn Tabcrnaole ongregatiou on Kundny. The failure of the rains of December has shortened the Karbadoes sugar crop by ",000 hogsheads. Persons in oondition to know say that the property of the widow of Col. James Kink, Jr., is worth fully $500,00). Hon. George H. Pendleton knocked a Columbus hackman down last week. One vote less at the neit ."atinal Convention. The Catholics of New Haven, Conn., held a temperance mass meeting on Bun lay, which was attended by over 3,000 persons. Bismarck's opinion is that another war with France Is inevitable; that she will he backed by KusHia, and that all Kurope will be involved in the contest. The Governor of Maine recently sent to the Legislature of that !S...

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 March 1874

giuoybillc (LOMilii titycomtk, Stontstajr, Jxth 11, 1871, i&hc 2Slcch(n Cbronrclc. " RULE & RICKS, Publishers, Humbcr 19 Marhct Place, East Side. TIKIS OF HI nSt'RIPTlOX. Oeojy, site year.... t- 00 One eoj.y, tx montli.v 1 00 To copies, one ar 15 00 Twenty copies, one year 30 00 WEDNESDAY, MAKtH 11, 1K1 General Jons II. Savage is mention ed uh a Democratic candidate for Governor. He would make a savage race. a - - - Dorkev B. Thomas seems to he taking the lead just now unions gubernatorial candidates of the .Democratic persuasion. He is urgently solicited by the " many Vetera" and "tax-payers.' TriE Chamber of Coiuuk ice of New Or leans, said to be almost entirely couiosed of Democrats, representing tha v ealth and bu.-iness interests of Louisiana, bascordhd y endorsed the reform measures of the Kellogg Government, which, it is said, has already reduced the txpen-e- of the State SG',00(). THceflbrts being made by the different I bodies of the Presbyterian Church, to ef fect ...

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 March 1874

, HPIXIMEM C'OPICS ' Ot the Csso.vicn mailed free to any HJre.'i on ap plication. . . tATKH OF ADVERTIMIXG IX WEEHLT. Ten lines, or less, solid, to constitute a ouare. S H I ? 1 4 tyi 1 6 fin 1 9 on nr. oo 10 SIP' 1 Nil 27 00 37 N 14 60 ! 2HS0 H ool go M 4r. W 28 00 1 3i 50 j K 60 Wo lire authorised art! rei"'l to annour.-e the naaaen! L. Ij. JollN-ON im candid 'e tor 'lisC 'l lector of Knoi county. EWcticn l-l 'fhur-dn- in Au. f.-oet. ii:i.iw To Vnndidnlea. Announcements of candidates i i office in the LinioN'ic lf. must be paid for In ad vance. This rulo is not departed from in tiny case. .tlnrrlnl. Yesterday evening, ut the residence of the officiating ruiuister, by Rev. G. W. LeVere, Benjamin Muynnrd aud Miss -.'ai e Jackson. 4.ol (or I tie 'lentil IHntrltt. A correspondent from Campbell's Sta tion on the ilk writes the Chronicle us fullOWS : On yesterday the very obliging Deputy Tax Colic tor was hi re "aud collected over ?2,'J00. lie had visited eleven districts be fore ho cam...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 11 March 1874

Jteoifttllt 82IcthIi (Mtbmsban, gtarclr 111671. IS MAK H 11, 1874. OUR FINANCIAL CO EDITION. Some time pro Mr. Dawes, of Massaehu .fttf, delivoivi n speech in the House, giv--tiff a not very en .'ourr.ging picture of ov.r -iiihiiIhI condition. We thought then, as ve thought two year aga, of a former siin lar effort, that while his motives were looci his figures were sensational not suf lioleutly eoimitlered. Our Impressions have ljen confirmed by the review of his effort rondo a few days ago, y Hon. Kills II. Holier U, of New York. Hesliows that in stead of our expenditures increasing, they Lave decreased the past year over tite cor responding period of last year, by 52,440, aM, notwithstanding the extra etvpenseof j-l.OOO.OOO, made necessary by the Virgin ius affair. The statement for February will make this still more favorable. The onclusiousireacheil by his speech are that there is no need of increased taxation or of a loan to meet ourcurrent liabilities. A special dispatch to t...

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. — 11 March 1874

3innbUlc Wtthhj tyxoiitlt, olti)iusD;in, lmh li, 1871 WASHINGTON. Wholesale nn! IMnnnlaotiirln Drutriflxtw. IVevr Ad ertleiiM-iii. I he Nnprrme urt rl l.i. Washington, March 5. Berkley Mas toafirincd postmaster at Alesaudria, Vir ginia. k Tho noted and loiifr jit iiiliiig liuiteniyer cas J from Iowa, which it was expected would overturn tho excise, laws ot many T tho fetates, was to-day disposed of lv the .Supreme Court by au'opinion of which tho following is the suiwtuuce: Tho usual and ordinary legislation of tho States, regulating or prohibiting the h:ile of intoxicating liquors raNed no ques tion under the Constitution of the United fStates prior t the .Fourteenth Aniend-mi-ntof that instrument. The right to sell nuch liquors is not one of the privileges and Immunities of till- : ens of the United States, which by that amendment tiio States are forbiddeu to abridge, liut if case were presented, in which a person owning liquor or other I roperty at the time a law was passed by th...

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 March 1874

liiuwfaillt MtfhJn orarlr, Ituiitsuajr, Jpawlj 11, 1871. 8 II03IK CHICLE. V FARM HALUI). ii v .ions IT. VATK-. 'Veil! 1 un.iT Smith ha lo-.t lii wheat, hi shids HP.d mammoth barn ; litllu boy, with one s:.iu!l tr.atjii, burnt up t.hn nil jIo concern ; ( V. toll yo-i, wile, ho' 11 feol it 'ire: a Jiian on niorwy bent t ',. Tt -'ta'idj :p unJ-T sutli a loa ', vi.en not in surad a cent. t .lor.'t k:-.ow as I pity him : I cull It a Rreot sin i'j hoard the harvest of three yars in spacious barn a:id bin ; f an't fool pity lb? a man who mb.e licks his door, AnJ stop? his ears to all the cnc? that come up .'rum tho poor. ( like to see economy i I like ti tee :uen save. t.nil lay up something lor their kin when they are in the ftrave: ' Kut you and 1 know very well, from what we both have seen, " here is a line which, when "t!s crHt, a man gets to be Jiean. When wheat was sixteen shillings a price that paid us woll i'mith said, "I'll wa't for twenty, I tow, before I'll sell;" Then, when it ...

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. — 18 March 1874

i hi hi VOL. IV KNOXVILLE, TENN.. WEDNESDAY. MAliCH IS, !S74. NOV fl. riPURKG BOBBERS WHILE TR.IV ELIG. .' 'VI 8', n Energetic Sheriff is Worth. Cleveland, Tens., March 13, 1S74. lrdil t KnomvlUc Chronicle.1) A prominent merchant of Mississippi wus robbed of ft watch and chain, -worth two hundred dollars, also, of one hundred and eighty-five dollars in cash. Sheriff Gossett, of your county, going up on the train, found out the fact, stopped off at Charleston, hired a horse'and buggy, came to my house, got a poor dinner and arrest ed the parties, recovering the watch and money. This speaks well for your Sheriff". FROM TAXriCO. WioOy Vatncr Wbloky Redaction ! Tnxm, Etc. Ta.mi ic-0, Tenn., March 13, 1S74. EditoksChronicle: Some of the as sistants of old-Eolus have started a branch manufactory in some of our oaves, and from the way they are blowing around, one might suppose that they expect to do reat things. It seems to be all wind work though, and ns our hilly country don't suit their...

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. — 18 March 1874

ghioibHIt Mtt tibxanuk, Wtiixti&mj, mh 18, 1674. MARCH 18, 1871 luitnis.i:. A Whole Family Mrirken In Iowa, Fourteen weeks ago tlie family of L. I J51ood, ft farmer dwelling near Orinnell Iowa, comprised thirteeu members, two daughters-in-law and two grandchildren included. All were well and of strong constitutions, such as Are bred on the level lands of Central Iowa. Father and mother, Hulburt J. and wife, with Bertha and L.I1 lie, his children, Wallace and wife, Alary, Aunie, Willie, Agnes and Perley, these composed the healthy and happy group, It eo happened, unfortunately enough. that a common article of family con su mix tion was raw pork. A new crop or invi ting hams havinjr been gathered by Air Blood, slices from these were freely eaten without being submitted to the crucible of rooking, isuortiy alter me nrst indulgence Mrs. Blood ana lour or me cntiarcn were taken with violent diarrea, cramps in the stomach, and subsequent vomiting. A doctor was summoned, and gave bis m...

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. — 18 March 1874

JludtbUIc lcclvln omdc S&tbncsban, Xfimh IS, 1875. HOOD AND JOE JOHXSTOJT. Ben. Hill in a recent address to tho peo ple of Georgia discussed the whole history of the South and particularly that part of ;t relating to the late war. fie discusses the removal of Gen. Joe. Johnston from the command of the army in Georgia, and eomrauicw ino penerai impression mat Jeff. Davis was renponsible for it. On this iiointhe says: You have all heard it said that Mr. Da vis was moved by personal hostility to Johnston in making this removal This is not only not true, but ia ex eeuinciy iai.se. i do Know mucli en the subject of this removal. I was the bearer of messages from General .Johnston to the President, and was in Hlchmond. and sometimes present at the discussions m the subject. 1 never saw as much asronv in Mr. Davis' face, as actually distorted it, SJJSl? r Johnston hv hf Iwwt frlnla f th.f wnicn i neara rrom Mr. J)avis during these discussions. I know he consulted with General Lee fully...

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. — 18 March 1874

4 JlnorbUk i&tcckln Chronicle, Koncsbun, Starch IS, 1871 Sbc atcchln Chronicle. cJ C 1 j RULE & KICKS, Publishers, Xumber 19 Market Place, Exut Side. TLRHS Of HFIMCRIPTIOX. Onscor?. oniiyer Omc W. iix mfath.-, T copif ., fine year Twenty copies, one year,. . 1 00 . 15 00 . 30 00 WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 1874. The Tope Las finally decided that Cath olics may" join granges. The result, It aald, Is a large addition to the membership of the order in wiaie of the Wester a States. A coRRKfri'GXDEKTof the Jackson (Kiss.) Clarion assaults Oen. Joseph E. Johnson, oh account of something he has written in his new book, and Be&ks of hiai as a "hy ena, dragging the gallant defenders of the Southern Confederacy from their graves.'' a i oxths 11th Inst., ia Congress. Mr. May nard introduced the petition of the Exe cutive Oonsmittec of the Board of Trustees of Mary vi lie College, Maryviiie. Tennes see, for relief for damages occasioned by the Federal Army, to the Committee on War Claims. ...

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. — 18 March 1874

gamin WtM 6wn!rlf. SPECI.1I EST t'OPIK Of thCaaoicn mailoU irw to any ajara on p Ueation. UA1F.ft or APV1, RTIMu tf WEKliLT Ten lines, or lesj, aolid. to conatltu'a a square. ihofbillc gftlcchlii tyxomtk fctoncsDan, .Hartb 18, 1871. srac. a e a ft 55 : t titiare... 2 tjBiirc.. S 8iuare., 4 Square.!., biiuarej.. t 1 M t 3 M 4 fcl M S 1 (10 (is no .) I) ti ( H ft) m M 1-i ft) 27 O) ,1 Ol 11 Ml H no1 H ii .si) i)i)' 45 ( 7 50 14 W) ! 60 2i (io SJ 60 13 50 To t andlilatea. Announcements of candidates for ollice in the Chhonkxk must be paid fur iu d vance. This rule id not departed from iu any car- e. AMirs(KMi;rs. Criminal urt lerlt. Wo are authorised to announce G HO. L MA I.0X L'Y . .itmlhi.t. for ClerK lor tbe Crinm.i, Xourt tor Ivnu Coui,:y. Ueetion Amjast t.th. lsr. Attorney Ueneral. en -rilfnVh.n".C"mlVl ' ,r n'"r" Attorney lax Collector. Wc nra authorized to announce JAMES L O UN IN a ' '"J'Jat.- for Tax ColUnor of Anox county ta ensuing Auaun cseaian. muni a. ceunty l Knox. tlwi...

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. — 18 March 1874

I) WEDNESDAY, AIAr.cn IS. 1PT4. IEE CHICAGO AKD BOCTH-ATLANTIC BAIL. ROAD. In our last issMs woalIuill to tho-feport (.f Mn! Vi.-.holiw J. Vail, made to the di- ootors of the Chicago ami South-Atlantic .ruilroa.l Company. A Company incor- rvirft-wl umJpr th laws of tlifl State of 'Hinois in September las:, and organized about four mouths ago and which already has control of a line of railway the greater portion of the distance from Chicago to Vevay, Indiana, a distance of 244 miles. We have given this report a fuller exami nation and find it very interesting. Two routes are given from London, Kentucky, 'o the South, one of which, by way of Knoxvilie, we pointed out in our former article. The other is called the Asheville &nd Spartanburg route, and extends from London, hy way of Morristown, Asheville, Hpartanburg, Alston and Columbia, to Charleston, making the whole distance from Chicago to Charleston S4' miles, or 31 miles farther than the shortest route from Chicago to New York...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 18 March 1874

FROM NASHVILLE. Five Ilundrrd Dollars Reward Duncan and Webb. For Spcclnl lo linoxvllle Chronicle. J Napiivillk, Tknx., March 12 0:3o r. m. ttovernor Urown has oilercd five hun dred do.lara reward each for the arrest of Duncan and Webb, the murderers of Keynolds. V. 1". Gospktt, THE DEAD STATESMEN. Last Honors to Fillmore and Sumner IIui kalo, March 12. Shortly after o cjock me uoora oi me uatneural were opened to adm'.t the United btates 8ena torial ana Uoubo Committees, JLegislativ Committees, members of Governor Dlx' military stall", the Mavorand citv author!. tics, and committees of the Council of the University of Buffalo, the liar of the Erie county Jjoaru of Trade, and representa- tives of other civic societies. At a quarter past two o'clock the family entered the l athedral. fclx sergeuts detailed from the l-'iret United fctates Infantry stationed at X' ore rorier Dore the casket trom tho vent! Imleinto the Cathedral, headed Lv llcv 3)r. Hhslton and the Episcopal clergy of 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. — 18 March 1874

llnoitiUc MtrhlB ptmtU, G&rtmtsbag, JHarcb 18, 1871. 8 JIOJIK CIKCLE. i III KOI i -AKHI.S.V :!'rr-ly en. -i.iig r.iW Cjau.it?.) N it one God Unit we vb:j -r tv"? l miJ not one ChriM iie fur me nnd lor you ;Va i.ot His blot d shed '.ike (or i; iU. ? :,luft nit nil i'f us come t Hit cu l .'. fid Kc tivioe HI Rrt .lu.r In i:it- f.-:tf. i'o nuarrfl sr.d fight on the fl:?bt.4 lrexU? -Wuld ttcir church povfrraect J m ...c And n.uo them fo.-gt : i-i:.e ut-I-J H you once tV.nlc from His hicta .ot llo iooktdown nd cslls t. ".brotherly .ot This ur.holy strife o'er His boo y and b.cx,, Yro me not worthy ngiunof a flood There ere ir.ur.y much wiser thn I, to ciscust The rleriw w.J wrenpsol tbit tcwiuulcus iu&s, Hut it seems to me, who f.ra humble indeed, For hutoce Lord there tfaojid be but ore creed. Andthntfhould be, totrei. ';1 men the fuu.o, Who worship and prty in Un hoiy atJie. We are made by one Lord, we r.re sheep of one No matter how oonr?e or haw tt.6 ;s our frock. Whether cur...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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