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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 8 April 1874

IXnoibilk Mtthljj (Hromelc $tfcimcsiKin, pril 8, 18?yi. NPEt lMKX OPIEK Of the Chrokich mailed free to any ad-lress on p plfoation. RATKI OF ADTERTIMINU IS WEEKLT. Ten lines, or leas. solid, to constitute iiuare. a H S 1 Square 1 $l!SOJ3fm$4noRt$9 0u$lSO0 2 Squares 3 W, 6 0i 8 Mi 10 50, M Mi 27 00 3quart 4 80 ! 9 ml 11 M) 14 M it W' ST N) 4 Square 6 Oft 11 Mil It 00 ! 11 UU. 30 00 1 4S Of) & Squares ' 7 Juj 14 00 It 5o 2 UOj 3 60 54 50 DetruetlT) Fir. We leara that a destructive wood fire oc currcd last week iu the ::d district, in the neighborhood of Spring l'lace Mill. It wm caused by the w ind conimuuicatiup; sparks from a burning log heap to the woods, and in a few miuutes the entire woods were on fire. The result was the de struction of a number of good fences. Persons should recollect that stock, which baa been kept up on dry food and roughness all winter, should be given something to loosen their bowels and brighten up their hair before turning them out to grass. We belie...

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. — 8 April 1874

jjkoibUlc (ftUchln tityonuh Mtbm&x, pril 8, 1871. WHAT A .MEMPHIS MA MAY. Riu-jr letter Written from Kaoxvillp. Col. L. J. .Dupre, who was hore a few weeks ngo, has written a letter to the Memphis Appeal, from which we make extracts : (1001) EATING HOUSES. J ascended the lofty hihton which the University buildings stand, and from tills point could measure the growth of the fortunate capital of F.astern- Tennessee. How wonderful the changes since lsti2-:i when this ( ilhraltar of the Confederacy was abandoned 1 The white customhouse, white as parian stone, and as tasteful in outlines as creations of architectural art that looked down upon the Bay of Athens, .irst attracts attention. The great dry ;oods house of Cowan, McClung & Co. lifts iU stately proportions even above the summit of the customhouse, on which fed eral generosity to Senator Urownlow lav ished half a million dollars. The direct trade witli Kurope of this great mercantile Jirm, amounting to more than three mil ...

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. — 8 April 1874

t jiluoibiHc ffilcdUn nniric, ft&ctmcstun, pril 3, 1871 "Wholesale tuul 3Iniiiitactiirlnjf IriirKlMtn. TIRE. IHILLERSTOW!., VAMA. FIRE IX PE.YNS.L- Several Persons Burned to Dealii. Millkhkiown, I'a., April 1. A lire broke out hire at 1:510 this morning in the Ontrul Hotel, from the gas used in the buildiuK, u is believed, heveral persons were turned to deuth. The bodies were recovered. Their names were Noah Carly, of I'leawantville; Geo. JJeet, a German ; Cart. Oliver, oil operator; Martin l'hillips and Hunford Acert, drillers, and others uu known. Nellie Mct'urty jumped from a third story window and was badly injured, but is still alive. The section burned were all the build ingB on the east side of Main street from Frederick's grocery mid hardware store, including the Central and Harlan houses, opera house, Keed & Durant's hardware store, Link's hotel, and two other build ings; on the south and we.stside of Main utreet from Red K rank's shebang north, in-clu.-iive of 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. — 8 April 1874

$mbk WtMu 0mtlt, ttmcstmn, Ipril 8, 1871. 8 HOME CHICLE. l I I.I. A hi:,i. Tl.c royiil banr.nrs forward g "he cro- shines lorth in iny-.tio glow A'i.cre Ho in teh, our flush who made ;.ur lenience bore, our ransom poid. "Where doer "" " "'e M'erir ws '"J6 'i Life's torrent ru-hing from His side To wa-h us in tliat precious liood "Where n:ii:p!ed water flow and Mood. Fulfilled is nil that DaviJ told, In true prophetic song of old ; Amongst the tuitions, (iod, saith lie, llalh reigned and triumphed from the tree. i h, tree of beauty, tree of light, On, tree with riyal purple dight Elect, on whose triumphal breast Those holy limbs should find their rest. in whose dear arms 10 widely flung, Tho weight of this world's random hung j The price of human kind to pay, And spoil tho spoiler of his prey. Oh, cross, our one reliance, hail ! This holy Pasiion-tide avail ; To give fresh merit to the saint, And pardon to the penitent. To Thee, Eternal Three in One, Let homage meet by all be done ; ...

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. — 15 April 1874

VOL. V. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. APRIL 15, IS74. NO 3. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. EDERAL SUPREME COURT. NATIONAL BINKS NOT TAABLE,BT STATES. First Opinion of Chief Justice AVaite. Washington, April 14. The Chief Justice delivered his first opinion on the Bench of the (Supreme Court to-day, in ft case from Illinois, touching the right of the State to tax non-resident national bank shareholders at the residence of the bank. The members of the Bar who heard it, and his brethren on the Bench, speak of it in eulogistic terms. Hon. Iteverdy John son is complimentary in his remarks, both an to the merits of the opinion and the manner of delivery. The Chief Justice delivered his first formal opinion consid erably earlier than the late Chief Justice did. The Supreme Court to-day decided the -aseof Tappau. Collector of taxes of Chica go, against the Merchants' National Bank .f Chlrauro. from the Circuit Court of Il linois, presenting the question whether th Legislature of Illinois could, in lbG...

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. — 15 April 1874

Jhwrbillt Mdiln CJwratk, (ftUtousimn, gipril 13, 1871. Al'RIL 15, 1874. FACTS ABOUT Sl'MAl. How ibe Plniit Is Bnlncil and II Valnc. Touching the value of the sumac plant, which it is said iu he easily raised In Teunussee, wo have been furnished with the following Interesting facts : There are in Palermo fifteen sumac mills, twelve of which nre now run by steam. The grinding la done by stones revolving on a bed of the same. They produce every year liO, 000 tons of sumac, valued nt about i?l,250,OOO, or say SG- a ton in the storehouse for till kinds. The wapes of employees nie taid to bealout three shillings or seventy live cents a day. The export has doubled in the post three years. It Is used in all the morocco factories In Kurope, and consider ablequantitles come to the t'nited Htates. No doubt the superiority of 8icily sumac lies in the mode of cultivating it ; all the leaves ar the production of tho young sprouts that spring up from the btump every year. In tSieily they plant the...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 15 April 1874

$K0bille citftthln (tfpromtlt tbitfs&an, Jpril 13, 1871. SEW MARRIAGE 8ERT1CT. The Form Priponl hy One of the Wornm. Tn the last number of the Jnflrpr.ndr.nl Miss Kliabeth Ktuart Pholps kikes excep tion to the usual form of the marriage cer emony, and proposes the following a an improvement : Which beginneth with the wonta " Let us pray." (At the close of a brief prayer the minis ter shall say) : "In the presence of God and of these witnesses, we are now come to solemnize .be coven.Uit of this man and woman in marriage. Are you, Charles True, prepared, of your own free will's inclining and whole heart's desire, to take upon yourself the vows which shall make and keep you the nusnana or tuis woman as Ionfr m (leant shall pare you one to the other (He Bhall say): "I m." "Are you, Charlotte Tender, prepared, of your own free will's inclining and whole heart'H desire, to take upon yourself me vows whicii snail make ana keep you the wife of this man as lone as death shall spare you o...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 15 April 1874

RULE & RICKS, Publishers, Number 19 Market Place, East Hide. Tt'.RM OF nrBRCKlPTIOX. One COPT, one year,..- 12 00 One copy, six months 1 00 Ten copies, one year 15 00 twenty copioi, one year 30 00 "WEDNESDAY APRIL 15, 1874. Tub New York TVbrW.devotes a double leaded editorial to the six Democratic Senators who voted for Inflation. It styles them " traitors " to their country and their party, and speaks of them as the " six re creants." . ! The Boston Saturday Gazette hears from Washington that Senator Boutwell's ill ness is so serious as to awaken the serious concern of his friends. His difficulty is reported to be largely in the head, and he is unable to read or write except to a very limited degree. Tiik Board of Trade of Chicago has adopted resolutions asking Congress not to adopt any legislation which will result in an increase of the volume of paper cur rency, and appealing to the President in ease such legislation shall be adopted by Congress to interpose his veto. Now tha...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 15 April 1874

Jinoibillt Wittily : jjroniclc cbiusDan, April 13, .I37i.. 5 13 NPEIIMEIV COPIES Of theCaxoNicLi mailed free to any sdsreaa on plication. ai- KATE or ADYERTISIKU 151 WEEKLY. Ten lines, or leu, olid, to constitute aquare. " I' 4 t A S 1 5T" 1 .9 i I m-aci. h ; x sis I' -i M C I I Square 1 1 V4 3 rV$ 4 K 1 M 1 W 115 00 2 Squares., a 00 4 60 6 00 A 60. 10 50 li 60 !7 00 s bquares,,., 4 Squares..., 6 Square..., 9 00 It 60 It 00 II 60 It 00 III 60 11 60 1 00; 2$ 00 2.1 60 i 30 oo! 39 50. 37 60 45 M 55 50 6 00 T 50 Prospering. Wo are glad to learn from Mr. V. It. vau Beuschoten, of the Knoxville Iron Company, that its business In the South is rapidly extending. He has lately returned from a trip in that direction, and leaves to-day on a more extended tour. The works of the Company are kept running at full capacity, and the prospects for the year are very encouraging. Off for Haanellle. Yesterday the I'nited States Marshal, with la propter guard left for Nashville with the following 'priso...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 15 April 1874

JlitMbillc cSIItthlu txamdt, ft&tlmcsimij, gpril 13, 187i. WEDNESDAY APRIL 15, 1874. A KEW PRODUCT FOR FARMERS. We publish in miot Ln-r column infonna- t ou about the cultivation and ecminu rchu vnlue of the su ma'.' plant. A correspondent if the Chkoxicm:. who has become deep Jy interested in our section through reading .)ur paper, writ- tousjand urge upon us the importaiire of eulliujj the attention of o ir farmerfi to tlie great profit which will follow the culture of this plaut. Our orrespoinleut suys: " My experiments lomonstrnted the IVt beyond (pjestion Vi:at a ton of dried suma boughs will yield At least seven hundred pounds of extract, hat will show fifty per cent, of pure tan .ii:i, and that the reputation awarded it from the outset, aud iu view of tho ini uensity of the trade f r which its uses are neeuliarlv valuable, warrauts the belief :hat the demand for it will be practically .nliniited.'' "Ground sumac is jUoted in the markets at from STO to 130 per ton. I)y ext...

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 April 1874

Jinoibilic '(LOicchln (Cljrmutk, timts&aij, Jpvil 13, 1821. SPRING ELECTIONS. DEMOCRATIC l'LlRALlTV I 10- ilAKTlORl), Conk., April 7. lieviseil and coinnlute ri'turn.i of yttertluy 's flec tion rIvb the tutul vote of 'i'1,071, of which Harrison, Republican, received 10,(i4J ; Ingcreoll, Democrat, 4U.7N4 ; Smith, 1'ro hibitlonist, -l.sai wntterlng, '.. Incer hoU's plurality in i,74, unci innjorit v over ull, 1,8!7. 01 KItl AL. Clnrlnaiitl Klprtton. Cincinnati, April 0. The olVieml count of the city election gives Yupel, for Judge of tho Superior Court, on both 'tickets, tN,2ti!) votes. Hender, Deiiiocmt, for Police court ClerK, received a minority ot o'.H'-i. Boatman, Democrat, for Truxtec of the Water-works, received a majority of (i.ShS. Ijeiclttentlahl, Democrat, for Director of the) City Infirmary, received a majority of o,-iij. i'lly Klectloun la Ohio. Cincinnati, April 7. At Dayton the election was quiet. An extraordinary vote was cast. Tho Democrats elect a Mayor and their...

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 April 1874

SwibUlt aiethljj Cferonitlt, Satttmcsfcas, Jpril 13, 1871. 8 'ai HOMK CHICLE, i nc iiEontR1) tvr.xis nr.r. '.tr.iph. u y little one. aitiRh away, K.ir K"r.e ! tho wnry. toilsome ilny ; The twiiijs'nt shadows sro tailing :'ast. And hr.hcr's h"Ur of work is pint, iiur'ri to the distnr.i vesper bell ! Sweetly it!i';r tunes rise ami swo'.l i m the ev'ninc ti?oe.'.e at it speaks of peace, Arid v'.df- '.he n.urmur of turmoil cease. .trjph. :r.y Ih'.le or.e, laugh away : Kstner ha- earne.1 hi hour of piny. Ts day was weary, perhaps, and sac : Tv.s ev'ning hour will make him giad. 'Ttien ianph, rr.y baly, I'll share your ge For the iy this hour hath brought to tue. ( I twilight hour, so doubly blest ! 'Welcome ever thy tender rest! LK.IIT. The r.ight has n thousand eyes, And the di;y but one, . Yet the light with the bright world Uies With the dying sun. The mind has a thousand eyes, And the heart but one. Yet the light of n whole life dies "When love is done. I Ti e S.tetator. CLEAR CRIT. ...

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 April 1874

fl! m4VnV .f T T VIJ vV, VOL. V. KNOXVILLE, TENN.. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 22, 1S74. NO 4. i-i c ens; ' ct last tha bre aixi of C run .or Afi the sur tlir wh ha) COD C Ant wii lie wh rigs :e tot we ard ttl nil all an -.el ser in jiai o u I k ml un th wt I'H to sel Al pll iai -d cm to tlu b to ;it na r.0( su nt ta urn TEE WEEKLY CHBORICLE Publishes in every lufoe, fucu about the toil, climate, production!, price of Ucdf, and adTaDtasee ofcred to immlcrrantj in Eait Teunenee. Tbce articleaare in tended to afford reliable information to ttracgero, and are prepared carefully and afford the cbeapeatacd most reliable information obtainable. Specimen cop tot of the paper rent on application. Fir term of cubcrii'tion ree fourth pare. FROM JEFFERSON COCNTT. Tne Soboole at Mom; Cmk, Xew Market oil Dandrlalge. Editors Chronicle : Knowing that your columns ore always free for the advancement of the education al interests of our country, I venture to write of the schools of Jefferson county, -and will,...

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 April 1874

Jtooibillc ftfttcckln 0Mtlt, fttfctmtsimn, a - w "WEDNESDAY, : Al'ML 22, 1871. FIKL1) -AJN'D FA11M. C0MINO SOUTH. A private Ittter from an intelligent gen Utmun in Ohio Informs us that quite a Urge number of farmers from Carroll and adjoining counties in Ohio are immigrating toyouthi'asteru Virginia, most of them to Charlotte comity. They sell their hill farms in Ohio at fifty dollars per acre, and buy in Virginia at from twelve to fifteen dollars per acre. Our correspondent says, one acquaintance, a few days ago, bought seven hundred acres, in the county named, at $14.50 per acre, lie says, "the men who have left this vicinity are good men, good, intelligent farmers, and will make it iro all ri.'lit in Virginia for themselves and funiilies." The only part of the letter we regret is that he nays : " It is not much encouragement to talk East Tennessee to them because four or live of our farmers went to Middle Tennessee some years ago and all came back disliking the country and people...

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 April 1874

Snoibillc Wttkk 0mdc Mthxtt&w, ?x 22, 1875. . . ATRIL 22, IK4 We tmve allu deil on out or two occasions lo the great iuijiurtunce of pelectiug pood men, with honesty and business ca ducity to represent us iu the next Legisla ture. This is an absolute necessity. Un !fn some relief comes to the people of Tennessee, that need not be looked for from incompetent and corrupt poli ticians. There is no telling what will he the result. But while we are forced to select such men as this to uvert ruin and liirr;tee, there is another liialification they should possess. They hould he earnest, whole-souled, unequiv ocal school men. We have good schools in Tennessee, but they may Le made bet r. If there are defects in our school law, feese defects should besupplied, and noth Eg should be left undone, necessary to make the free schools of Tennessee equal to the best in the country. One way to do this, is to elect the right sort of men to the Lei.-lature men who feel an interest in the cause of ...

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 April 1874

jtoortille IMtchln dbxanxtk Witim&& Jpril 22, 1874. BULE & KICKS, Publishers, Kumbcr 19 Market Place, Ewt Side. Tt.HHH or "rlWlRIPTIOSi. One copy, on year...-. I " On copy, six months, 1 00 j Ti cnpiw, nee jreor,...- " Vwnntv roDiss. one year. 30 00 -WEDNESDAY APRIL 22, 174. AN APPBOPBIATE WAT TO CELEBRATE TEE CENTENNIAL. The Memphis Jppeal suggests that the Democratic State Convention for nomina ting candidate for Governor, should not mi wt before Kentember. This looks to & short canvass, less than two months. The Mississippi Legislature has passed a law providing thut no person should be licensed to sell liquor without first securing the signatures of more than one-half of the men over twenty-one years of age, and of women over eighteen years of age, m tne township or municipal corporation where he proposes to open his bar, requesting that such license be granted. . B- The dead-lock in the Massachusetts Legislature is ended, by the election of linv. Washburne. It w...

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 April 1874

tii0billc Meckla tyttmxtk, Mcimcsijan, pril 22, 187. KPE4 IMF.X COPIF.4 Of the Cg somen mailed free to any addreM 03 ItHoAtinn. KATKM OF ADVERTIAISU Iff Wl.llkLT. Ten linej. or lest, tolid. to contttut t nnare. I a a o o ' ipci. i h h a s a I a I Square 1 fso I 3 ISO 4 !W f S SO I 9 00 ! m 3 3qunre9 3 tl IM. 10 fx I 1 f . aT I1 8Squre 4 Sol 9 00 11 h)l 14 W, 2.) 50 37 50 JfcwitlarM , A Oil1 11 50 14 l! 14 ! ) Ol) 45 00 ftSquarsa T SOj It 00 Id &U 24 OOj 3; SOj 55 60 THE LA RU EST PRESS Iff EAftTTKKNE. MEE. Inereaalna; Prlntln rartlltir at the t hronlcl OfHce. Wo yesterday coDcluded a contract with the ascent of Messrs. Cottrell & Babcock, of Westerly, Rhode Island, for a new fast press, the largest ever brought into East Tennessee. The increased circulation of the Chronicle, and the rapid increase of the work of our Job Office has rendered a larger and faster press indispensihle. We have now the only steam power oflice in East Tennessee, but steam alone does not supply our w...

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 April 1874

Jhtorinllt ft&tethln Cjjromdt, (Tclcfciusfcan, pril 2S, 1874. 6 BATTIST COXYEMIOX. Intvrrntinc Fact Connected wlttalf Moet IK Whrr ftha.ll the Proposed Vn Iver. ally be L)cfUmI T The following proceeding of the liap tift Convention at Murfreesboro' were crowded out of our Hundny's Issue on ac count of an unusual press of matter : CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION. The following resolution, oflered by llev. V. P. Hhelton. was adopted : lienolved, That tlie hearty approval of this convention be given to the action of the IN aUville Advisory committee 01 tne American Kducntion Commission, In re ference to the Centennial Celebration of ISTli. ELECTED TREASURER. E. L. Jordan was elected Treasurer of the convention. COMPLIMENTARY RECOGNITION-. The following resolution was unaul moiuly adopted : Aitolved, That the hearty thanks of this convention, and the same are hereby ten ered to all the citizens of Murfreeaboro' or the cordial manner with which they have entertained the delegates to the con v...

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 April 1874

yiiuubillc fcctfcthlj (Chronicle, ftcltcimcsoan, pril , lSrj. SPRING STORMS AND FLOOD. Wliolenale nnti Slnnufactiirlnj; DniKSrf ti. w Adverlteiii.iti. MILLIONH OF ACHEM iiocses IX ROOFED vows. AM) BLOWS Hich lai min:; Lamls NASHVILLE BUSINESS IIOISES FLOOD ED WITH WATER. Bijck Rivers and fcrta Railroads. Vaxaft t Telegraph Line Prontrstta from t'ulon C ily to Kaanvlllr. Nasiivillk, April 15. A tornado pass ed over and through this city from west to east, at 12 o'clock this morning, doing an immense amount of dumae. It struck the city at the fair grounds, passing diago nally through the city, and out by the University and Mount Olivet cemetery. Its width seems to have been about a quar ter of a mile. After passing the fair grounds it struck the exposition building and tho ICidwell House, seriously damag ing the former. The front of the Acade my of Music, J. H. Frlth's grocery store, Dorney's wholesale liquor establibhrnent and several other smaller buildings near the I corner of Broa...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 22 April 1874

Snoibillt WuUn tityomtlt, luston, Jpril 22, 1875i. 8 1IOMU CHICLE. HT MWT1II.B AT Tlir. HATE. ), thvr a muT.y a lovely rieturo On'roemory's silent wull. There ' many ft cherished imago, That I tenderly reoiiU. Tin- weot homo of my childhood. With in singing brook and birds : Tlio friends wlio grew boido n.e, With their loving looks and words : The flowors that decked the wildwood, The rose frc-h and sweet, Tho blue-beils and the daifes, That blossomed at my fee. ; All, all are very precious, And often come to n.e. Like the treer.es from a better land, Beyond life s troubled sea. B it the sweetest, dearest picture, That memory can create Is the image of n.y mother, 11 y mother at tue gate. ll i there I see her standing With her face so pure and fair, With the sunlight and the shadows On her snowy cap and hair ; I ran feel the soft, warm pressure Of the hand that clasped try own ; I can see the look of fondness That in her blue eyes shone ; 1 can hear her parting blessing Through the ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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