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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 13 May 1874

Jkcubillc ticicchln Chronicle, ecilc&ncsto, JHan 13, )8Zh. i - HI'MIIItX tOl'IKH Of tin Chsunicm mailoJ free to n Mroai on p pltot(nn. katm or aii:rtisi,u im wikhly. Ten HnM. or Ipm, flnlid. to constitute ft itiuare. Spaci. 8 H 1 Bqunr,,. 2 Squares.. J $ 1 SO.I 3M)4NtMt9fin1M(l .. 3(U 6 011, 8 Au 1(1 M, lti fill -n 00 3ure( I 4 ft, 9 01) 11 SO 14 50 4Squrw I A () 11 Ml 14 (m 1 (Ml 5 8iurw !l 7 50, 14 00. W 601 !i 0U f) 87 60 30 00 46 ( 3'.60 65 60 I Latent and Ilrat nook On nervous nnd sexual debility, nightly losses, etc. Ktue illustrations. Sent free for 10 cents. IJh. If. C. Abbky, 12Sw6ui Buffalo, N. Y. About Hitler. At certain periods of life a tonic is nee essaiy ; but there is danger iu using stim ulants that Injure the organs of digestion while giving temporary relief. To obvi ate this, and present to the public a tonic free from alcoholic poison, Dr. Greene prepared the Oxygenutsd Hitters, a sure cure for Dyspepsia nnd all kindred com plaints. Hold everywhere. John F. H...

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. — 13 May 1874

jhutfbillt mtthln Cbronitlf, Mncsban JHap 13, 16Zri. A r irnilluli tlnr.lei Mow It Wna Done? On Thursday the :.IOth ult., near Home "lead, I'a., a Get man named Krni st M.-nt-v.ing killed Mr. mid Mrs. Hamnet and three children in a most brutal manner. He was arrested iu Alleghany City on the d Inst., am) nmde the following confession of iiie crime : lie started out with the asscriion that the murder had lieon entirely unpremedi tated. Ho then prtir-eeded : I left Jlani tiet's house just after supper, on the even ing of the murder, and went directly to Homestead. 1 called at a saloon nud drank two Klassesof beer. That was all I had tunt input. After leavinsr the saloon I went to n Rroccry store kept by a German and pui . hased some cigars, and live cents' wortii of candy for the children. I don't know the nauio of the store-keeper, but 1 had been there several times. 1 think I was at the store about 9 o'clock iu the evening. Just as I was leaving it It came Into my head that I roust ...

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. — 13 May 1874

Jinorbillc iMcchln CbrontcicMctincsDan, 3ttan ID, 187-1. ARKANSAS. GO NORTH, The Two Supreme Judges TaKfu the Counlr. into rninlf lli;ibleTalk About Anamination. After Marvelous Adventures the Miss ing Judges Turn Up. Nkw York, May .". A Little Hock fttn'iiial suys that after tlie arret of Judgei Jfeuni'tt und hearle by the Haxteritt' they were taken acrops the river in u ekifl' and then to St. John' College, in the outskirts of the city. They spent the niht there, and yesterday morning they were put on horwes and in chure of a band of cavalry' men were taken into the country ahere they will probably lie kept In the woods. On the heels of Dim event, at 5 o'clock yesterday morning State Auditor Wheeler was awakened by u knocking at the doors of his residence. He jumped out of bed and went down stairs where he saw a hack at the door. The driver said that General McCorany wanted to see him. Wheeler, not thlnklnix of au arrest naked him to come in. McCorany answered back for bim to come...

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. — 13 May 1874

JMnlb PW2 tfjpwnde, S&lt&rasimg, Stan 13, 1875. B HOME CHICLE. THE KEWItFtPER Situ, Little they know, or even think Of thn work there is in shedding ink Hy the busy winhlors ofpoii;il and pen incrnlly "known ns newspni.or men ".InttiDgs." "In General, ' " Spico of Life, " " Variations'' nnd rumors rife, " Saturday Notes'' nnd Sunday now, " Vli I Sorts of Paragraphs," to amuse, Mtrket report and mHrino disasters, full's of pills and patent plasters ; Now nt tho theater in while cravat, Clrnv-hnmmer eontand open hat; Then to tho prize-ring, where you write Sickening details of a bloody right Hack to tho city, just in time To report tho sermon of some divine; Steamboat collision, smash-up of trains, Wection returns to bother your brains ; gents dramatic, with long-winded story, To write up his star to theatrical glory. Deaths and mnrriaegs, murders, row, Halls and parties minstrel shows, Stock speculations, bubbles of air, Tossed about by bull and bear j Traising the limb in th...

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. — 20 May 1874

piTOMle IBlllfl 1- VOL. V QFACT8 ABOUT EAST TEXXL'SSEE, TBX WEEKLY CHROHICLE PuUUhet In Ter tane, fucti about fh toil, climate, uroduotloni. prio of land, and advantacea offered to immlrranu in But Tenneiwee. The artlcl:r. In tended to afford reliable Information to itranrera. and aro prepared carefullj and afford the ebeapeat and mort reliable Information obtainable. Specimen eop im of the paper lent on application. For term of rnbferlption tee fourth pure. A CHANCE FOR CHEAP HOMES. Abeot the Price of rarrala- Land. Kditors Chroniclk: Many i)emoiii Kith in our towns and in the manufactur ing district, would cerUinly turn far mers if they knew how cheaply farms In Uast Tennessee can be bought. The prospective growth of Knoxville, and the local reputation of a few valleys, have forced up the price of land in some localities, but there are hundreds of furms, productive, endowed with every conve nience of water, timber and markets, which can be bought at very low price. For example, 1,...

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. — 20 May 1874

Jinorfaille Wtth$ (kferomelt, tMt&iustmn, hj 20, 1871. "WEDNKSDAY, :::::: MAY 'S. 1-7-1. PIKL1) -V7N I l-WItM. Improvement of our bhe Sunk. In oritur to niakestoek-ffedinjr inure ldo 11 table, wo must continue to improve our bve stock till wc hnve n class of minimis that will bring llio highest price In market. The better the auimalH, the lrrealer will be the product of our feed and hlt-hcr the price for the meat. A well fed animal will boa source of profit in every wny. while the prohl and the meat on one ol the Jenn kind will be poor. Home will say thnt It hikes more feed for blooded animals, udiI that they won't hunt a living like the. natives. That is just what in needed w here we nave so much teen, ana nu ammtii oi quiet disposition will take on flesh, but one with theagility of a fox-hound will adapt itself to the eircumstancea in which it lives. Another will say that our feeding won't pay, and that many of the best animals are destroyed by it. It is a fact us plain as day...

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. — 20 May 1874

Jlinorbtllf MtthUj Cjjromdf, Mcfcncsfcan, ftlan SU, ISi-i. CIVIL RIGHTS l fOFFKK I'OrSTf ' low t'olorril ftrhtxil Trubrn sir Treats! rii KnKlns Whlinr hiiI Mhiiolina; by . Ilm .Misliville t 'nhn aiul 'Amrri-ni. of tbn lUth, HUV8 i rsome twelve or JiftcnMi oil Izena of OIIVo ;ounty arrived In tho city yesterday, linv Injr been mimnionetl to HPpvar lieforo tlie UrnlJnry of tho Federal Court to testify u to wlmt they know about certain " out rapes" alleged to liava oeeurred recenlly In that county. From one of thl party, who claim, to be one of the victims, and whom name Is V. Y, Coleman, a reporter of this paper obtained tho following state ment: On Friday night, April 25, about olevr n o'clock, evernl masked men went to his bouse and demanded entrance. The door was opened and they emuired of Mr. Sill man, whose family aNooccupied the house, who was up Mairs. They were told that Mr. Coleman wu up there and in bed, aud they then ordered Mm to conio down. Coleman replied that lie would ...

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. — 20 May 1874

JlnofbiIlc ftatcchln Chronicle: &tctmcstmij, h IIS, 1871. RULE & RICKS, Publishers, Xatnbcr 1!) ifarhi t Place, East Side. TKRH") OF HI llSC RII'TIOX. On cory, one year ODfl copy, tix month; Tin copies, one yeur Twenty cor-ies, one year,... . l 00 , 1 ou . 13 00 , 30 00 THE WART OF CONFIDENCE IN U STATE I GOVERNMENT "WKDNKSDAY, MAY 20, IK71. The editor of tho Courier-Journal riles from Washington that "(here is but one honest man iu Washington, and tb:it Is lien. Butler." Forty-nine bead of Short Horn cattle were sold by Charles K. Coffin, at Mulr kirk, Md., on the Kith for S.Sj'.t, or atnu average of 5 ISO. The report of the Commissioner of Ag. riculttire for April shows that iu most of tho States the prospect for un abundant wheat crop 1-4 very flattering. Wilson county has voted down the free school tax by more than four to one. Vcss and Herald. The fact that thero are two Democratic voters in the county to one Republican, is supposed to have something to do with It. a- 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. — 20 May 1874

Snotbillc eolcchly Cbvonulc: c'cictincst)an, lbn 20, SZ', , nFECIMKN CMI'IK Of the CsstWiCMt mailed free to an Mdrwu o p pltoatlom RATFft Or ADVKRTINISU IK WKEIil.T. Tn linel. of low. iolll. to conMituU alqur. : tr . SfACH. T ft I . . I 1 1 Sir , 1 1 MJ S M 4 n' M ! t 00 lift M 2 ?qri j S W) 6UO s N. Ill 50 1 f S7 00 SSqnirat I 4 50 ; 9 00! 11 b0 14 50' i S0 87 W 4 tygaarm I 6 U0 11 SO 14 () 14 00, 80 00 4ft 00 b Squaree 7 60 14 00 16 AO 28 00 Si AO 65 60 Office day of County School Buperin lenqent ot Knox (it Bell House ville. wniTTT AM. AorT. An Honest tounlryinnu Coiurn to Town far Arm. I Told How to Help Kiui the Etrlti mrnt. Tbe following conversation, which took place not a thousand miles from the Pre and Jfrrtild olTlee, explains Itself: L'ural Voter Well. Colonel, this nigger school question has done broke up our school. We're going to close ber up next year. Vt hat do you think alxiut it . (.Wonrf Ob, this fuel will all he over be fore next year. Pural Voter Why, ain't thes...

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. — 20 May 1874

iiwfrillt Mttd$ fttyonitlt Mcbiusbag, illan 1875. WKDNESTVW M A V 20, 1-71. BR0WXL0W? ANSUEi; To the Nashville Colored .'enven-tion. Wbl 11 hnx Ikmii- lor llir wlorrl Peo ple. Kno.wim.k, Ti NN., May 1.', 174. Kin to its Chronicle: Tlie late 'n vention composed of colored men, held at Nashville, liiia altraolt-d i-oimlderahle at tention, and juThaps no feature of it lias contributed worn to this result than the xavape and fliilili-.li :is.nilt ly several members of the convention np"n my nelf. That ouch prooeei lings should charao terize a i-onvmtioti of color-vl men in Ten' nesseo would naturally occasion surprise among llepublioans in Tennessee and throughout the Union. When the nils L-uicied men comnosinff this convention and the unprincipled demagogues inciting luem to action denounce me as the enemy of the colored race, they forget that this rigmarole will only excite sympathy in the minds of those who are really desiro'igof bettering tne condition or the African race, and deris...

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. — 20 May 1874

Snortillt Mcthln CbronuieMtDntslttB, h$ SO. 1871. FROM SWEKT WATER; - - -- - - - Sunday School Convention Largely Attended. Mitre NcIhmiIm Krprmrnlril tore. iliHn !', r llf "Wholesale nnl 2VInnuratiii-lntr Druinfl- "wkktwatkk, 1'r. n n . . May U, In I, I'J: .. m. HpirlHl Iiilt It to 111 bronH le, Tlie Eust Tennessee Suuda.v School Con vention met ut 2 l'. C. L. Hurdwlrk, President, in the cbuir. After music by the choir, unil pmyer ly a delugattt from Chattanooga, un atldresnof welcome was delivered by Jame A. Wal lace, pastor of the l'rekbyteriau Church here wherein the convention is being helil. The report of i V. Alwell, the Treasur er, showed a surplus in the treasury. l'rofessor II. l'renuell, of Jonesboro' was chosen President fof the ensuing year, aud James A. I. yon, ol' Knoxville, Secre tary. The dint-ussionH continued ith a ulioi t Intermission, until 0:::0 i. ?i. There are one hundred uud twenty-live delegates in attendance, and more counties and nolioola are represented ...

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. — 20 May 1874

JilUKbillt SIttlils 'ibferonwlt': cWcst)ar?!'Hlait 2(1, '16751. 9 HOMM cikcli: FAREH I "Wo do nut know how much wo Ioto, Until wo como to loave ; An aged troo, common Cower Are things o'or which we grieve. There is a pleasuro in the pain That brings us back the past again. We linger while we turn away, "We cling while we depart ; And momories unmarked till then Como c-owding on the heart Let what will lure our onward way, Farewell'! a hitter word to say. " Littlb HrMDl'O." MAIARIT' LKSSOX. The sunshine lay along the sands In lingering, level, shining bands ; Into an open cell it shone, "Where monk Macarius tU alone, And started as a shadow fell Across the glitter in his cell. " Father," a burdened sinner said, " How shall my peace with God be made ? TIow shall I live the life of saints, For which my hungry spirit faints?" " Fly from the sight of man, my son, So be thy Christian race begun ; In solitude thy sin lament, By night and day thy deeds repent: tin not in speech, thy tongue ...

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. — 27 May 1874

lis VOL. V. . KNOXVILLE, TENN. : WEDNESDAY. MAY -27, 187-1. NO !. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. 1 SOUTH' CAROLINA. CioYt Moses Refuses to be Arrested. And Thereupon Calls Out His Militia. Charliston, May 1'.'. There Is great excitement ' In Columbia, unused by tbe attempted arrest of Gov. Moses on the .barge of larceny. The streets are lined with colored militia, .and with groups of citizens, discussing tho peculiar situation. This morning Sheriff Cain, of Orange burg, called at Moses' mansion aud inform ed him that he had an unpleasant duty to perform. Moses, guessing his purpose, and seeing a warrant In his aide pocket, told him that he would not submit to an arrest. In response to the Governor's request, the black Brigadier General Nast detailed two companies of colored nnlilia to guard tho executive ofllco and approaches there to. They aro now on duly around the Stute House and Moses' mansion, with tiled bayonets, and challenge all comers. The question of the right to arrest !ov. Moses i...

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. — 27 May 1874

JtiunrbiUt WtiUu tyomtk :Wittintsbz$t gtaij 27, 1874. MAY 27, 1874. JFIIOLU ,vivr FAHM. Tree Itoscs. An EdrIIhIi journal says : " Few persons are aware of the magnitude to which the rose may be grown, or tho splendid efl'ect it can be made to produce on a lawn or pleaHure ground; yot with a tmillcioutly strong stem, and system of careful and pntient training, there cuu be 110 t' II U icuuuuuio uuuub uut iuul me BiaiKiarn ,7.i i , .1 . . . i .... . , . . . ...... ...... 1 , . , - . vu uc Kiuwu io iub size aim lorm oi the ordinary examnles of theweenlnir ash. having the branches all produced from the lop or a single stem, and flowering down ward, upon all sides a very ornamental object for the lawn." A Cheap Wash for Buildings. 1 aKe a clean water-tight cask, and put mm u a nan Diisnei oi unsiacKed lime. Cover it with boiling hot water six inches deep, stir briskly and wait for the lime to slack. To the lime and water add two pound of a cheap salt called sulphate of zinc (white vitrio...

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. — 27 May 1874

'ill N- !-' ml llnorbhlt Mttkls tityctmitk: Eftrtmcsban, Jtan a?, lew. 1 ..... FROM LITER EAST TE.NXESSEE. 4a Intvrovlli I Nummary or nnablnittaa fonntjr Xf, Correjpondeoce of the Cnronicle.) We Ihvb now only three prisoners in our ounty jail. Tills fact shows that our peo pla respect the law.s. Only twelve indictmtiiU uml present ments were found at the last term of our Tircuit Court. Another Mlroug evidence of our good morals. Jonesboro' has only three establishments where something stronger than water is dealt out to the thirsty, and the profits of theso are quit meagre. We make some pri'tennloDs to sobriety and temperance. Fifteen barrels of baryta are shipped weokly from.thislplace. Jt is mined nenr Kall Branch, and.the deposit is said to be inexhaustible. The average monthly shipments of corn, oato, wheat, bucon, fcc, from Limestone Depot, in thi county, amounts to 100,000 pounds. The statlou is situated in one of the finest agricultural regions in upper .East Tennessee. There...

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. — 27 May 1874

RULE & RICKS, Publishers, Humfi'f V. Markt I l'lacc, f!ant fiidi . . TF.RNN F Ml BM'RIPTIOV 5naCjy, cue year, t- 00 ODetupy. rii months. 1 On Tea eopisa, nno year..-..... IS 00 ?wnty eopwd, one yotar.OT . 30 00 "WEDNESDAY MAY i!7, 1871. THJC WEEKLY. CHB0HICLE I'uMuoes in every iwuo, (act about the toil, climate, productions, price of Unda, and adrautagw offered to immitmtnu in East Xennenee. Tbe articles are In tended to afford reliable tnformatios to itrani ere. and are prepared oarefully and afford tne cheapest and moot mliahla lnrormation obtainable. Specimen cop. tea of the paper sent on application, for terms of aulwcription see fourth pane. TO CORIUPOJfDESr. We dtairo news from all parts of Kect Tennwtee, Snort, uuintil letters full of news are especially de sirable. But as w ca n"t ttWc to each locality or to etch event the space or prominence they sometimes merit, beg our cirrciondcnt to b.bncf. Write what you w:.nt in a few words. Such eommunicitlons iilways are acoepta...

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. — 27 May 1874

., rpkcimek copies Of th Choiioli mallei Its to . tddreM od p ptlmtinn. KATES) Or ADTCBTIHIXe m week I. t. Tea linw. or Im, (olid, to eoiutitut Mtmre. Ii 3 e I t - I Sct. 11 1 Rqtjtni 1 1 1 SM S 60 I 4 M l M 01 J15 0(1 2 qunrm 00, ui. X M), 10 50 Is fin. 27 011 3gqurp ! 4S0i (Ml 11 Ml, 14 MJ 21 5U .17 Ml 4 tsiunrtw 6 00 11 6ll 14 On! U 0 30 01), 4i Oil 5!qura....i 7 SUi 14 (10. 16 Ml 28 00 30 60 6 j 50 ., I ' I I . , Office day of County School Superin tendent of Knox Monday of every week, at Boll House (school bulldingt, In Knox, villi. - vlnwi't Latest and Beat Book On nervous and aexual debility, nightly losse, etc. Nine Illustrations. Sent free "for 10 cents.-' - Da. fi. C. Abhky, 128w0n 0 I i Buffalo, N. Y. linox and Lenoir tlrealt Appointments. Two day"' tneetlnlrs at Powell's Station, (Cumberland Presbyterian church,) Sat urday and Sunday, May 3d and 81; Mnce d mia, Saturday and Sunday, June tt and 7. Quarterly meeting at Glezentanner's, Sat urday and Sunday, June M and 14. v...

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. — 27 May 1874

frnoxtilk WttUu mutlt : Sffletatas, Slag 27, 1874. MAY 27. 1874. It is thought Unit Ccniuw will niljmirn nhout thelst l:iy of July. . Tub Cincinnati Cmnt rr ktl says: " The clioifi' of Mr. Kuton liy tins De mocracy of t'oniicctiout, for Huiiulor, is proof of tlie T.iiui Iioiiisni of tin; party. It cnn't learu." 4 SSS - - THE editor of tin. Conrii ! Journal i alarmed again. This lime it is in refer ence to Grant' "tliird term," which he considers imminent, ami which he thinks the country can not survive. A tatriotic young man in the northern part of Knox county, HUngests to us that if General Burnnide visits Knoxville on the 4th of July, that the people greet him with an old fashlotied patriotic celebration. He says thirty thousand people would come to such a gathering. Mrs. Haskell, State Librarian, und widow of Tennessee's lamented son, V. T. Haskell, has in course of preparation, a book entitled " Biographical Sketches of the Governors of Tennessee," and will issue a circular appe...

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. — 27 May 1874

Jtnorinlle ffiltthlg CfanmicU ebntstas, ;Etai 27, ia74. IJiTIRESTIJG KOX XOXKOE OOUHTI. The mww PrMprct If rw Life Am far wmm The Tellle Warka. Madison villk, May 20th, 1874. Editors Chronici.k j Matters in Mou roe are lively; farmer liehlud band with their plantiDg ; corn rining in price; bn con ftidpnlng; cnndidateo In waiting, and unusually iuijiortunate ; Grangers making a ten strike; book agents with attractive prospectuses, and pictures to 1111 the bill, together with the narrow-gauge Tellico railroad, are well calculated to more than change the heretofore dull monotony of planting of corn, corn. There Is one dis coverable change our farmers are using more steel, more fertilizers and stronger and better stock to their ploughs. They eeem alive to the next agricultural fair, and are evidently determined to have a success. They ought to, hecaue they can, if they will. If the men will do ns well as the ladies of this county, no doubt can arise as to success. Keoent estimates and l...

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. — 27 May 1874

I JkrjfbilU Witt Cjmmtrlt;, clnusi) pari j 27, JS? .C! rut: unit: or coi.i.i uittvr.v Aa Inrlda al nf ! Inod Im NnMrlmwIK n My Itnli. 1VJI. l; ,'iin v hoi I K i) Ril I l ' .. -ohit of a soldier nil int.' down To the raging li;ht from Winche-iti.r town : No ong of a lime that shook th'i earth With tli imti(in'! tbroo nt h nation liirtli : Hut the song of a brave num. free from far Sheridan'' 'elf or Paul ilevero; Who rikid what they risked, frei from strife Ami ii- promisoof glorious pay hi lil'o. Tli" peaceful valley has wakd and stirred, nd the an-wering echoes of life uro heard ; Th" dew still clings to the tree slid gra-s, And Uio early toilers smiling pass, .slhey glutiro aside at tho white-walled home. Or up the valley, wbero merrily wmw Tli'! brook tlml .-parfclo' in dinmond rills A' the, tun ontiios otertho Hamp'biro Will. What was it, tluit passed lil.o nn ominous breath .' Like a shiver of fear or a touch of death ? What was it ? Tho valley Is peaceful -till, A nil tho leav...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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