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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 22 July 1874

Ji noibillc . fcalccIiliT z fijjromcI.CH Sftlctmcsbafl, uln ,33, :i871. THE WEEKLY CHROxNICWL ')' th Choici. nuiileit Ire to nj iMriu pn AP'.lllvoi. i Rntrs of 'tfvrrllsliii- la Wrrkly. Ten tlnel. nr Int. xilil. to ttonmitnta t Mtinr. a s I 1 .VI S H) 4 VI 8 SO t 3 00 3 1 0 UP, ); HI Mi IK .SO, 27 (HI 4 Mi 6 Oil1 7 80j 9 l 11 ,V)i 14 00 11 nr, 14 0i li 6u 14 Mil 1 Oil. i oo! 21 VI so no i ay oo i v v) 4!) 00 bi 60 Hate on ! From Station on the Kant Tennessee, Virginia ami Georgia Kail road, via Western and Atlantic Railroad, per hundred pounds : .10 Jnnlioro' t.imt.orG ?rfnPTillf.. Knirtraville Junction, Morriftown Mo(ty Crrk Ni-w Market Knexvilie Lnudon,. Athfinft Chnric.iton I'levcl.inii Tlir Ticket WMim-icO. We liave been rt qHin(ed liy many subscribers to publish the ticket se lected by the Republican County Ex ecutive Comtuitltee. All the candi dates that went before that committee voluntarily pledged themselves lo abide by Its decision. The detection of candidate!) wuh fairly ...

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 July 1874

noibille-ftUechlp Cjjromde: bncsto, nlw 22, 1871. IS THE WEEKLY ClIUOSICLE WE ON EH DAY, JULY 22, 1S74. To lie free from the inielille men us they iin called. Mho Intervene lie tweeti the producer uinl consumer, bring tin two clashes together, ho us to furnish the producer a market at his own door. Shiktino from the rijrht pocket to the left milium one tio richer, liuying and selling adds liolliiiiK to the wealth of the community, l'fiductiou, m;k 'lik' wHiie-thini? which did not exist before, I the only means of riches, and production comes only of labor. Labor, then, is the true wealth. WHAT ISSUES THKY WOULD MAKE. Major W. J. Sykes, who took a very active part airaiiixt ex-rresldeiit John ordering wldowi, with fearful threats, not toeuiploy certain parties upon the farm, men, white and iilack, have been whipped, and who has been punished ? lire we no law in this bind? And bod lu 1S72, made a speech nt lr'" i ,he f,.lirfol oiitnnie-, and thlshmien shire county for years commenced ...

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 July 1874

Snoibtllt. Mtt2 : Cbronicli: ,Ul.iusluig, u!b 22, .1875. THE DEVOURING FLAMES. Thousands of Persons Rendered Homeless. Loss llelweeu Four anil Mx lious. .Mil- Wakiunuton, July 14. Tt-U grams reoeiveii here to-n iti t, retort another large fire In C'IiIcrk", which Draimtnl r IIhII Mil of theaoutrif m jiortion ,! the ( It) . tl lii-guu on Twt'Kth utreet on tin- South wide mill xo far it lm heeu "onlliii'd to old Ituoke.vfl, hut it in foiii eil that It will extend to tho liiike shle the wind Mowing fresh from the font Invest. The First liuptist church litis hcpii tie Ktroyed, nitil liy thin liinc tin1 flamrs have readied the po-toMce. As'Hist ance lias been usked for from the ad joining towns. Telegraphic commu nication In nearly suspended. CiiK'A(H), July 14. Alio; her confla gration Is raging in the heart of the city. It broke outin 1-tli utreet and at ball-past Mix o'clock the flanicH bad made almost a clean sweep up to the corner of Third avenue and l'olk ntreet, burning up homes 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. — 22 July 1874

Knot-bill ' Mithi J ft j) oniric :' J TOcWcir;W ''Juli' ' a,' . & ? 8 i. HOMK CIltCLK LIFK 1 Wl'K TOCrllFI I, (ATM-Raking-In the mrmlows, - Hiding on the hay, Rnfinc 3wn-hill shadows, t'ullinfr posies (ry i Hunting for the hons' nests, Hunting for the cow ; On the fence nt see-saw. Jumping from the mow, Gaming out nt moonlight, Jolly hiilo-and seek ; Fishing in the mill-pond, ' Sailing vosseM fleet ; Loitering by the ronj side On the Why to school, Butterflies a rhaslnft, Wading in the pool. Hurrah! life nerer cumoi but once ! So never mind the weather j We are young and happy now, Boys and ar iris together! Swinging in the wildwood, Playing bat and hall. Kindling ruddy bonfires, Climbing nut-trees tall : Sitting on the house-roof Singing on the stile, Making doll of pumpkins, Marching Indian tile ; Blowing airy bubbles, Reading funny books, Catrhing toads and pollydogs Wagging in the brooks ; After truit and berries, liiding up the lane, Jaok-o'-anlerns making. Bailing " merry ...

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. — 29 July 1874

wvsm lift mBih li i' I1 '- VOL. V. KNOXVILLE, TENN.: WEDNESDAY. JULY 29, IS74. NO. 18 LATEST NEWS BY TELEGRAPH. BEECHER'S ANSWER. Ho Explicitly Denies Tilton's Charges. New York, July 23. needier has made a preliminary statement in re ply to Tilton, denying In total the charge of the latter, ami warmly de fending Mrs. Tiltoii from the accusa tions of her husband, for whom he says he cherishes a pure feeling, such as a gentleman might honorably offer to a Christian woman, and which she might receive mid reciprocate without moral scruple. He rejects with indie-nation every imputation wnieh reflects upon her honor or his own. He critically examines Tilton's charges, and recognizes the measures which make it of transcendent im portance to himself, the Church and the cause of public morality, that a full answer shall be given to them, and he looks to the committee of in vestigation to search the matter to the bottom and vindicate him. He con cludes : " I do not propose to analyze and con...

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. — 29 July 1874

inovbillc (tflcchln Cbromrlc : Mlclmcsta, uln 29, 1871. THE WEEKLY ;MlHiMOLL. WEDXKSDAY JULY ifl, 1H74. FIULU AIVO FAltM. LAK0 HOARDERS. Wlieu a uiau of wvhIUi if-hh in a city putt) lii uxmey in I mikI draws lil Intrre-st 'r j ti lur'y ; many people . accuse lnni - lll-li-n nii.l waut of pulilic (! i-i ' . A' Kinsmen nay that if he wull iut In numey in IniluMtii il eiiirr pri-f-. mi l fn ri isli employment to inechiiiiic, lie wmilit not only make inoie uuhk-v ln him self out at the Hunt- liiu- nivllv (Ho mme the public HhoiI I v jir'i'hii'ini) wealth. Jiiixiiirrw men ' u ( 11 ! i mail of wealth in t luis-ilv .m;i laiint wline moiuv is of un ir-? o n e in. r cantile world. These :i!l n-ni'io i n 1 1 l i i n i h which niiifl uf u imv i.i-ni and rend. Jlut we Oiin n n 1 e d IH r eiiee between llie 1 1 j i y h-i.nder and the land liounlir. Tiie.ni 10 wm buys acre afier acre, and li it 1ml'' li'is half of it, and a!li.vs i.i'n i Imif re main idle, witlniiaws jut timt nuicli produciiitf p...

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. — 29 July 1874

JlnovOillc ftdlcfhli; .Chronicle r &lctmc$.t.;r. 1' 1 I i an, H . U II I 1 ) i i nr. ft in. I. I liuve just clisil mit' of the must lCul'i-ii ) NIod ' x nit Ion A ;rellii K f.-i-mc. l llntl I'll t- Mil, lllt'l ll l l-l.iir. Kpirotts Cm iiiinii i.i. : My ntti-mion lias just liccti cullcil to caul in this n.oriiiug's isti of tlit- J'riK hihI ll -old, vf r the Mgiinltire of J . ( '. J. Wil liams, 1C-1 , the Dcllliicrulu' laliilidato for Atdrt my iein riil, in which he MttT4 llml injustice was il"iic li in in the report of hi speech Bt New Mope Well church, ill I lie loll, civil iliMtriCi. of thin county on iSnluriliiy lust, el he fiKiiHlly fails to Mmw how anil in what rc-pcct he whs litisrercctittil, rnve If this, tlmt I Innl rluirire'l him with miylng that Mnjir McUufl'cy OUItlit to lie ilefcateil lor the nlllre of Attorney tielieral, Lcchu-c he ( Met )uf fey) was n Yniikee. 1 ilht sny in my opi-nlns; remsrks I hut Mich n chnrite lisd heeii ninilc, hut never called any iiuiiiim u...

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. — 29 July 1874

jjfooibille Mtt) onulc: Mctmcstntg, $ulii 29, 1871. IHE WEEK LYCHUUNICLE. RULE & RICKS, Publishers, Kumlier V) Market Place, fia.it Side. I I.R1IM itf Nl IIS HII'TMO'. X. copy, ..lie jrnr ttt 00 '.) pi..y. ijc months T .0 eopisn, ne your Tsnty -pir. on ynf.. 1 00 . 15 00 .VI (10 WF.ONESDAY, JULY 20, 1874. VH KII'KCTOOOU NKW8 0(1 clrctiotl night from every district in Knox coun ty. The district making the best show ing at compared with the vote of 1872, we will publish as the banner district of the county. 'hivh district shall it be f CAN VOTEBS BE DECEIVED? Tim whole effort r the Democratic candidates for county offices bus been to force the people Ht the August elec tion to lime sight of the personal quail uVations of the candidate mid have thetn vole upon the Civil Rights issue. Their plea is that wlien voter come to vote for a County Court Clerk, they should not vote for John M. Harris, who, by reason of bin wounds inflicted in the urmy, is unable to do bard, manual lalmr, an...

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. — 29 July 1874

5 THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. NPECIMRIV COPIF f the CHRowirLK milled free to ny addrof on apclinHtmh. Rat of Actvertliilnff In Weekly. Ten tinea, or lo?s. solid, to constitute a inunre. o s il M ISM II Kilt til a nriits en Siuare..1! 3 i 0U 8 50 1 10 Nil lrt Wi li7 (HI SfmnrM r.p v u (mii m run z.1 run 3 rui 6 0! 11 60 i 14 0(1) 1 00 30 00 4S 00 7 M 14 00 16 SO 28 00 39 SO 5S 50 Squares Th Tlrket arlerlrd. We lmve been requested by many subscribers to publish the ticket se lected by the Republican County Ex eeutive Committee. All the candidates that went before that committee vol untarily pledged themselves to abide by its decision. The selcctiion of can didates wuh fairly and honorubly made, and every man who promised to abide by the result is In honor bound to do so. The following men selected are all true and good men, and merit the support of the Republi cans of the county. Election day, first Thursday In August : FOR SHERIFF, V. F. GOSSETT. KOK ATTOKNKY GKKKKAL, CHARLES D. MiGUFFEY. ...

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. — 29 July 1874

G TilL WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WKD.S r.DAY, Jl'LY 2 :i, 1N7I. tloV. llmiWS luis disapproved of the site selected for the West Tennessee 1 1 1 1 1 1 Asylum, ii ii 1 1 now thcie is to In- iii.n; I ii r light, (h it I lie location. lliniiUihil sui-i ceded in getting il lirM, hii'I ( lifii Brownsville. Memphis will j.rol-at.ly enter the lists again. Thk Onirii r-J'iurnnl makes t lie fol low nnf inked thrust lit our friend of West Ti nnessee.tvho i.as aMii nn-il the c 1 i.'i i j i i i t i ( of r an I i at i n : Tin' (i.illatiii T-unrxsrrrin lells us tliiit " Hon. 1. ll. Hawkins, h 1 Jr imli licilli candidate lor (.'.Uittie-s ill Vest Teiini-s-ee, is fur repudiating "iir .-tate mill i.ational debt." Ami il' In' were us fur hejond the reach of the shenll' or cons'anle m mi' ihe State and tui tion, Ii" "mil! inevitably repudiate his own debts. Till Y have astiminary way of treat inir i-l rtr v ii "ii in New Yrk, whet) they isti tin-in In lUsist from the i-u--i-.il of a di-ta-ti fill subject. A : ...

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. — 29 July 1874

. Ikoibille ftciUchln ..-( j)rffnttlc:;Ja(!lct)ncsLi;in, Suliv;afl,.. 1 Cxi. KMHrWeM TILTON'S BOMDSHELL. Hut Arrai. nmom of Ueeuh-r B fore the Commiuim, New Y OHK Julv IM. Tin- l.-lt.-r oft Tltro,,, to Ui.i liif.-MHrntt.iir. 1 Tlifnttori! eomiiiittt-f , linn lic-n iiilhshi il. lie ....... ... 1.11.. U...... I, .. - -...I . .?.r... 1...1.... ..r i.iJ ..! I aml nid' itVi he Iihm rlm-f lo put on r.nhli.. .ru..filt.t .if I...,..?....... m.,.i t iiooeiiHe ponceriiliiir H.li .,,,,1 ! conspicuously Bppotntni n roiiinilitee of fix of the ubh t men of hi ehmeii, toteiher with two ntiorneyn to inipilre into what he liavtH the inrninlliee to reiird at" the iiiiiti-i'iiu ntiible inylri'y of thin oH'eii'e mid apolojry, if he hud neither eommiued liie one nor ill'ered the other, but, n it' boih were liicmeiit of another man's inuigiiiii t ion, thu adioilly promptiiw Hie pub lie to di aw the deduction that Tiltnn waa a peronjundi r Home hallucinatiou and ili-ln-imi, llvinir In n dniiiii mid forrii...

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. — 29 July 1874

Jtowbillt mttk muclc : tttmcsban, guln 9, 1874. 8 TIARN. BY FATHER RYAlf. Tours that trickle down hr ryot. They do not fall to earth and dry ; They Dour like angels to tbo skies, e.nd like ar.rls can not die. Fur oh I our immortality Flows through each tear aounds in each ligh. What waves of tears urge o'er the deep Of sorrows in our restless souls 1 And they are strong, not weak, who weep, Those drops from out the sea that rolls Within their hearts forever more ; 'Without a depth without a shore 1 But ah, the tears that are not wept The tears that never outward fall The tears that grief, for years ha? kept Within us they aro test of nil The tears our eye shall never know, Are deeper than the tears that flow. Each night, upon earth's flowers below, The dew comes down from darkc.t skies. And every night our tears of woo Go up, like dews, to Paradise; To keep in bloom and make more fair The flowers of crowns we yet sbull wear. For ah ! the surest way to Go.l Is up the lencly stream of...

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. — 5 August 1874

:.!li'JjJ'i i , . 4 u u - . 7 tenSM VOL. V. KNOXVILLE, TENN. : WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 5, 1874. NO. 19 LATEST NEWS BY TELEGRAPH. TILTON-BEECHER. The Suit Against Tilton to be Via missod. New York, Aug. 3. The case of Gayner vs. Tilton has been postponed unlill Wednesday, when ihe Magis trate will dismiss it, on Gayner has no personal Interest in the mat tor. The reporter who has been studying the heraliliy of theTiltou fn ml ly an nounces that the bulk C Theodore's ancestry and kinsmen have be-n car rions and that a large minority of tlieui have frequented iuuatic asylum. Remarks of Jade Kllrjr. Nkw Yokk, Aug. . Judge Riley said In the mutter of the people vs. Thenilore Tilton, I entertained the complaint in this cane and issued a warrant against the defendant, belleve ing it to he my duly to do so. 1 had no knowledge of the complainant or his position iu the matter. The defendant was arrested on that warrant and ap peared before me personally and by counsel, and complainant also appear e...

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. — 5 August 1874

Jlnoibillt MccKln CjmmuU: Mctmcsbas, August 5, 1874. THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WKDXE8DAY, AUfiUST 5, 3H74. TIIE ADDRESS Of the Union Republican Con gressional Corr.miUee. To the People of the United Statin : You will soon proceed In eli'Ct your repre sentatives for a now Congress. The ccca eion invites us to submit for your inspection the rcord oT Republican achiovi ments since that parly was called to the admin istration ol national affairs. We seizn the opportunity t avow that record, not to apologize for it. Wo challengo your ap proval, not your pardon. The obligations ot guv-m ent un 1 peo ple, like the obligations of serTaul and mas ter, are mutual. The government, the like servant, owes faithful service, liut the people, like the master, owe honest recognition ot faithful service. Every thoughtful employer knows that he call not with impunity decry faith ful labor. Ho who does to habitually will eoon have no faithful laborers. Tho faith ful servant will not submit to be treated as...

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. — 5 August 1874

JinoiftUIc Mttbu nimtk : , $trtmrs&nn, uciust ot 87b the prent work of recnn.lrnction, .nil the Twident win not hajipilj fiitrd to criticise oflicial m sconduct. Hut tho present Ad ministration hns no exemption from that work. If it Is not ml on 'led to now, th Administration, nil I nut the lime, imint Im held respunsitite. lint it i nttiinUud tu It is prosicuted wiih that infloxibl energy which lius rlmriicti'ri.cj every lulwr led by President Grant. Some nffcnci'S have Iwn exposed And every time a roue li us hon punished the opposition hns ehotiied. " See bow corrupt Itnpiililictins are I'' It is ns if, wlienov. r 11 surgeon re noTes a tumor from his pi lent the nioli h"iiM sliout, " How very rotien tlio doctor must, be !' So, this unllinchine reform is prosecuted at the risk ol tins twolold peril: Kir-t. Kvory tinin we mtnove a rnl wo lend plausibility to I'enioeiaiio ciilumny. Secml. Every time we punish one wo make a Democrat, For a few years that party has been re cruited,...

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. — 5 August 1874

4 THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. BULK c EICKS, Publisher, Kwnbcr 19 Market Place, Hast Side. tv.khh or m BscHiPTiow. Oat copy one year...... 12 00 -uecon. fix months, .. ....... 1 00 Ta ooplso. one year IS 00 Twenty unpin, one year SO 00 WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 5, 1874. OIK K.l.tHHKI) PAPE. A Word T Oar RMdpra nnd FrlemU We send our readers theCHRONlCLK eight coumns larger than heretofore. IT 18 THK LARGEST PAPER EVER PUBLISHED IN EAST TENNESSEE, ami Ithascost us much money to make the Improvement. We give our readers very much more read ing matter, but there Is NO IN CREASE IN THE PRICE. It Is the cheapest paper published. In return, we ask our readers to help us by send ing us new subscribers. Let every reader send us one new subscriber. Can you not do It, reader? If you can, you will be doing us a great favor and help build up East Tennessee, for the Chronicle Is working hard to In crease our population and money. Let every friend go to work and sen us a new reader. Who will be th first? - The ...

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. — 5 August 1874

$itCtHU Mtthljj penult :; MtSntsbag, -August vl&?i. HIE WEEKLYCUROS IULE. KPM1.IE!I COPIKN nf the CsanKici.a mulled free to toy ddres en aiiiini i"ti . KAtre of tdverllsln- In Weekly. Ten lines, or less, solid, lo eonstltute square. 8'c. 1Siare.. SSquare. 'Square 35 SCO. 4 00, SO, 10 60, lft W, 27 00 4 60 00' 11 Ml 14 SO1 23 Ml, 37 HO 6 Oil 11 Ml 14 Oil 111 00 30 00 1 M ll 7 50, 14 00. 14 601 21 IKii &0 66 60 in Tae Tlrket Arleeled. We have been requested by many subscribers to uI11hIi t lie ticket se lected by the Republican County Ex ecutive Committee. All the candidates that went before that committee vol untarily pledged themselves to abide by its decision. The selectiion of can didate was fairly and honorably made, and every man who promised to abide by the result is In honor bound to do no. The following men selected are all true and good men, and merit the support of the Republi cans of the county. Klecllon day, first Thursday August : FOR SHERIFF, V. F. OOSSETT. FOR ...

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. — 5 August 1874

jaitoibilk Mtt$ tyxanult : MtihtMh Stajgasti &JI.187&;! THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 5, 1S74. Ik THE Vm nirf Herald will dis cuss the Civil Rights Bill and force it as nil Issue on the people in the county canvass, will It reconcile its present position against the bill with Its advo cacy of Horace Greeley for President two years ago, who went even for mixed schools ? A little explantion Is in order. Will it rise and explain ? Tim "re and Herald has heen circulating so many "campaign sto-rie-i" about (he civil rights bill thnt Its party has forgotten that It once supported Horace (ireeley for Presi dent, who went further in favor of the dvil rights bill than any Republican who supported Grant. Greeley favored mixed schoo's. Less than two mouths before his nomination by the Demo rratic party, he made a speech favoring mixed schools. Col. Ckoziek in his Truman Smith letter, says Grant is "frivolous man, possessing neither statesmanship nor political ability of any k...

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. — 5 August 1874

Jlnoibillt $fttcthln Cbmmtlc; Mctmcsbarj, August. 5, 1871. Time for Turnips. Turnips; in tilts lutiturle, for winter use, may lie nowii at any time from tJie lMt of July 10 lfttli or August. If! jwwMlile tlii-.v diotilil liosown ininietlt- Htely before ii, rain, whether the rain conitu nil ilie "IMth July oMilli of August," or at uny tiuiu between, be fore or n Cut. Kor winter ue, the bpst I luriiltw Hre iiiucle when wiwn Khiiut I he j first f Augu.tt. Tbey nre usually i sweeter mid are not inclined to he I liitliy b those sown earlier. We do : not believe that the yield per Here will lie increased oy Uilllinir, quality will be ifreatly improve. If the seeds are drilled In rows, six teen inehes apart, and after coming up thinned so as to leave the plants standing six and eight inches in the rows, ami uflerwards kept free of grass and weeds, the quantity raised will satisfy any reasonable expectation, while the quality, if tbe soil is rich, or highly manured with cow dung, will be ve...

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. — 5 August 1874

ItooibiHt W&tthk flmtlt : tfesSiiJujt; '5J1 1875.. 13 iiojii: cmcLH' Louise Chandler Movlton's Imt poem appears la the Independent, and runi sweetly thus: .lust a little baby, lylrtf In my arms Would that I could keep you, with your baby charm; Helpless, clinging fingers, downy golden hair; 'Whore the sunshlno linger, caught from otherwhere: Blue eyes asking ajuenloni, lipi tlint can not (peak, Roly-poly shoulders, dimple In your cheek; Itainty little blossom in a world of woe, Thus I fain would keep, for I lore you ifo. Korufsh little damsel, scarcely tlx Tears old- Feet that never weary, hair of deeper gold; Restless, buF finirers all the time at play, THE GREATEST EVENT ! CENTURY SECOND ANNUAL TOUR Tongue that never ceases talking all the day ; Blue eyes learning wonders of the world about, Ilere you come to tell them what an eager shout! "Winsome little dam?el, all the neighbors know ; Thus I long to keep you, for I love you so. Sober little school rItI, with your etrnp of b...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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