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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 20 April 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHUONJCLK, WEDNESDAY, AP1UL 20, 1870. AnVKllTIHINO nATKN. Ten Watt, or less, Kon'pa'pcll, to constitutes, square. 1 square, 1 Insertion tl 00 1 quaro, 1 niontli... .............. , 'i 00 1 square, .1 months .i 5 00 y column. 3 mouths. liu;mc;3 tarn?, J. square", per year xu uu 10 00 18 00 column, U months,, i i mlunin. ono scar.S X 30 00 . 15 00 ,. Itf 00 .. 00 U column, 3 month?,'.... ,...;...-,-;',.:. ; column, (3 months Ja column, ono year,.-..., u 1 column, 3 months,,.,,,....., 1 column. 6 months Si 00 R" 00 1 column, ono year, 80 00 Notices In Local Column, Ten Cents icr line. Terms lor announcing cami unites, ?iu. MarrUltcs and deaths Inserted free. All bills ilua upon lirjt. insertion, advertisers to bo rendered monthly; Those of rcKulur kxoxvixt.k rosr-orruT. jiol'kn. Tliu Eastern Jtail closes, 10:15 A.M. Arrives. l:oor.M, " " " Opens for delivery . l:,'r.x, The Western Mall closes .12:1' p.v, ! Arrives..... 11:!0a.m, ' " " , Opens for delivery 12:00 y PUnto...

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 April 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE, WEDNESDAY, aimujj -v, ioiv. FARM jVN1 HOME. Do runners Sindy Enough I Tho Hitbjcct of agriculture Is on is thtit de mands full us much attention ut tho hands of tho public as it gets. Indeed, no themo presents itself that Is fraught with mora real import, so fur as regards our prosperity than the wants of tho agricultural world. What we mean by attention, is studious, careful search far tho best way of accom plishing certain desired results, not n su perficial investigation of some theory, merely for tho purpose of creating differ ences and provoking discussions. The day has Happily passed when being a farmer was. aynonyinous "With being n blockhead. It requires something nlorc (bun mere physical strength to keep up with tho ad vance of the age, in funning as well as in Hcieneo." "Many of the systems of fifty years v.ngo aru"ho more applicable to the demands of to-day than Would be an ox-team to run nn onnosltion frelirbt lino across the nlalnS. Tho" farm...

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 April 1870

a? KNOXVILLE WEEICLY CHRONICLE, WEDNESDAY, APIUIi 20, 1870. BOLD BANK ROBBERY. A Clcvelnnrt nnk Rolibctl of 820,000 lit Urond UnyllRh. Tho Cleveland (Ohio) Plain Dealer of Friday evening gives tho following account of tho bold robbery of tile Citizens' Bovine and Loan Association,- In that city, on that day. Tho telegraph 1mm already stated that tho thieves were subsequently captured and tho money recovered : Tho boldest robbery ever perpetrated in Cleveland occurred at about 1S2J to-day, and Jt was so far successful that the robber es caped with $20,000 in currency, taken from the vault of the Citizens' Havings and Loan Association, in Atwater Blocl?. All tho officers and employes of the Bank had ono to dinner, with the exception of Mr. C. W. Leper, the cashier, who was alone in tho bank. At about Vl o'clock a well dressed and gentlemanly-appearing fellow went to tho railing and engaged Mr Leper in conversation. In regard to depositing somo money in the bank for his sister. Tho two...

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 April 1870

Iff KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE, WEDNESDAY, APRID 20, 1870. N the nivru time. Oh I a wonderful stream It the river time, At It rum throughne realms of years, With a faultier rytbm and a musical rhyme And a broad'ning cwecp, nnd n surge sublime, That hlcndi with the ocenn of tears. How the winters nro drifting the flatten of mow, And the summer like budsVctwccn, And tho year In the fhcaf to they como and gu On tho river's breast, jvith its ebb and flow, At It glides through the shadow and sheen. There's a uinglcnl isle In the river of time, Where tho softest of airs ore plnylne,. There's a cloudless tkynnd a tropical clime. L And a song as sweet as tho vesper chime, And the Junes with the rorcs are itdying. And the name of tins lflo it the Lone Ago, And we bury our treasures there: There are brows of beauty and bosoms of snow There aro heaps of dust, but we loved them so I There aro trinkets and tresses of hair. There ore fragments et song that nobody tings, And a liart of an Infant's...

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 April 1870

.MPT 4 mot vwukjpuic H Wit VOL. I. l-UllMSItF.B nv OFFICE: BROWNLOWS OLD STAND, Kittrnnce on (UY NTKEET, KiistNlile. Between Main and Hill streets. Railroad Extension Tho Road from Athens to Clayton to ho Built. At a meeting in Augusta Inst week, of tho Directors of the Georgia Bailroad, n resolu tion was passed which, we think, insures the extension of tho road from this place to Clayton. We arc indebted to our cstccniod fellow-citizen, Col. Stevens Thomas, (one of the Directors), for a copy of tho resolu r tion, which was adopted hr response to a communication from Col. M. C. Fulton, chairman of the committee appointed for that purpose by the railroad meeting held here last fall. Tho following is tho rcsolu ,tion as unanimously adopted by tho Board of Directors : " Jlcsolvcd. by the Directors of the Geor gia Railroad and Banking Company, That whenever they arc assured that a road from Knoxvlllo to Rabun Gap will be built, they hold themselves pledged to construct a road from Athen...

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 April 1870

9 1 KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE, WEDNESDAY, ARHIL 27, 1870. Promotion of Education. From tho able speech of Hon. AV. F, Prosscr, M. C. from tho Nnshvlllc District delivered hi tho House of Representatives on tlio iitli of January,.18"0, we nmko the following extracts, to which wc Invito tho attention of tho, friends of education : Mr. Pressor. Mr. Speaker, It is to mo a matter oi uio most proiounu surmise anti regret that a sublcct of such infinite Im portance, especially to a Republic like our own, snouiu nave been so Jong ana so n Urcly neglected by tho Government of tho United States, Elsewhere, outside of our own country, no subject lias of late received a larger snare oi puunc attention or oecn The obiect of more sneciilc legislation. Every civilized nation on tho face of the - globchas In operation to-day a system of puuuo instruction more or lesscmcient, ex cept the United States. Yet the prime valuo, tho absolute necessity of popular ed ucation to ourselves more thati any oth...

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 April 1870

3VA.SJ3Y. The 15(h Amendment The, lirmocrncj- of Hie Utli"1Vnrrt Meet in tlt nclt Itoom or tlio "Hm-js iiv Jlrlii M'loon" to Con nldxr wlint (o do In the Mnllcr or (he 'cjrro Vote They Conic to.rt Iicclnlon. From tho Toledo Blade HAW1 UV ElUN S'l.OON, GTil WAIU), Now York. April 12, 1870. The proclamation uv tho President an nouucln tho ratification uv tho Fftconth Amendment ncruoosctl u profound sensa Bhcn In this Ward. It wuz told to our people by n reporter uv a dally pnper at 11 o'clock this morning, and it got pretty well around among us bv ;j inia aiternoon. wicn wuz toiinoiy rapid consmerni mat intcuiRcnco m tins Wuni Jiez to bo conveyed orally. In tho after noon. It was resolved that a meeting, bo held In the cvcnln to consult cz to what ackahen tho Dhnocracy hood take in the matter, wjen wuz aKKorcnngiy bo done. J lied the back room lit up, tho barrels movei Into a safe placo under tho Btrongest kind uv locks, and tho bar closed and drancd 1 mournin, in token uv tho hoomill...

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 April 1870

0 KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHROK1CL1-,, -WEDNESDAY, Al'lUL powijk jM, tonkk Ti:nsiH i; suiist'iiirrio.v. One copy, ono your. ,. ii 00 One copy, fix months 1 00 Ten copies, ono ycnr,.... .....r..... , 17 60 Twcnty.corlcs, ono yciir,,.. .'. $ 30 00 1'lfty coiilc?, ono year, , CI GO WEDNESDAY, Al'lUL 27, 1870. RAILROAD INVESTIGATIONS." This Preen and Herald was very reticent concerning tho proceedings of the Biillroad Investigating Committee timing its sitting ill this city, nnd'in trnlli'seemcd disposed to keep thcpcorllo in Ignorance of the fact NthatJiiiMich Committee was in session. Of late, however, its lips are unsealed, and the oracle speaks. Now it anticipates much pleasure over the Committee's work, and says its report will develop some start ling frauds. Wo are not advised as to what tho Committee will report, as wo have no political Interested friends on the Committee, ns has our contemporary ; but the fact that our neighbor anticipates so much pleasure from the report to be made, c...

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 April 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE, WEDNESDAY, APKIL 27, 1870. 5 ADVKRTIMIXO KATES. Ten lines, of 1cm, Nonpareil, to constitute o square. 1 square, 1 Insertion ,,. 31 00 1 square, 1 month u. 2 DO 1 square, 3 months,.. 5 CO Dusincss Card2squnres, per year 20 00 i column, .1 months, , 10 00 column, 6 months..,. 18 00 M column, ono year, .'SO 00 li column, 3 month; , 15 00 'A column, 0 months,...., si 00 'A column, ono year,,,.,,., , lj (10 1 column, 3 months , U" 00 I column, 6 months , , fi5 00 1 column, one year, .., 60 00 Notices in Local Column, Ten Conts per line. --SUJQ IUI IIIMIUUllVlllfl VBIIUIUUlI,r vtvi Jlarrlnxes nnd dcatbH Inserted free Ail bins duo upon urst insertion, advertisers to bo rendered monthly. Thoo of reKuIar SI'KCIMKX OOI'IKS Of tho Chrrniclk Mulled free to any address on op plication. HOW TO ltK.HIT. Money Eent to us in rcirlMcrcd letter?, by Express, prepaid, or br Fostoflice orders, will be nt our risk otherwise, nt tho risk of the fender. HKND VH T1IK XKWH. o exte...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 27 April 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE, WEDNESDAY, AP1UL 27,11870. FA It M AND II09IK. Hog Cliolcrn. A citizen of Hickman, Ky., writes to tlio -Department of Agriculture nt Wash ington ns follows Judging from post mortem examina tions, I urn satisfied thnt hog cholera re sults from diseased liver or worms in tho intestines. I killed it shoat somo tlmo since, and its liver was twice as large as it ought to havo been, and full of bolln. I hilled a hog tho other day, and its small intestines were covered with small pimples, very hard : I opened tho gut and it was full of fiat whlto worms which appeared to bo dead, their hearts sticking fast in tho gut and making these pimples on the outside. 1 am inclined to think that if n remedy can bo found that will expel these worms, wo will llnrt .1 cure, far-hog cholera. Tho liver of -tho lioir nbovo named was per- hojys-ruid'had been eating salt anil ashes twice a week for two months, which hart kept his bowels upon, and prevented tho worms from blocking u...

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 April 1870

Newspapers In. England, The Spectator of April 2, haf an nrtlclo complaining bitterly of the dulncas of Its dally contemporaries. It quotes it' para graph from an casay In a monthly maga zine on the same subject, and adds its own remarks : " We talk of the liberty of the press now adays, but tho liberty of the press is limited to the prlvllcgo of abusing antagonists. To those immediately concerned, this much-boasted liberty is sheer and absolute jjervitude. The party Journalist is at every turn weighted with the traditions of tho past and tho policy of the present, whom belong to tho soi-disttint statesmen which ho represents in print. Ho will receive tho strictest directions from his editor to take hiti cue in all matters, great or small, from tho leader of the party, nay, that same leader will condescend to dispatch missives from Groavenor Gate to Fleet-street, or from Carlton-houso Tcrraco to a certain square adjacent to Ludgato Hill, convey ing full intelligence aslo the subject...

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 April 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE, "WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27, 1870. 8 tiik r.rixiNm:i vitAYEn. "Now I lny me" guy It, darllnr; "Lay me," U.pcl tltetiny lifs Of ruy dniiRlitcr, kneeling, lemliDB O'er licr folded finger-tips. " Down to sllip " " To fleet)." the. murmured, And the curly head drooped low i " I pray the Lori,"-l Ktatly ndded, " You can (ay it nil, 1 know." " Troy he Lord "the words enmo faintly, TalnUrJtUl-".My !oul to keep i" ' Then tho tired heud fnlrly nodded, And the child was fast asleep. 4A Hut the dewy eyes half-opened, AVhcn I clasped her to i5y hreast, .And tho dear -dice softly whispered, "Ma'ramn, God knows nil tho rest." 0, tho trtittlnir, sweet confiding Of tho child-heart. Would that I - Thus might trost my Heavenly Father, Who hears my feeblest cry. x l'lcriritr. l" The farmer rat In Ins easy chulr, Smoking hli pipe of clay, While his halo old wife, with busy care, Was clearing tho dinner uway.j A sweet little girl with fino bluo eyes, On her grandpa's kneo was catchi...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 4 May 1870

. r; : ; pmm milt J VOL. I. KNOXVILLE, TENJs., WEDNESDAY, MAY 1, 1870. NO. 5. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. Important Supreme Court Decision, Great Reduction of the National Debt. The Alabama Claims to be Agitated. Naval Jurors on the Oneida Disaster. New Territory to be Given the Indians. SaiT Domingo Desires, to be Annexed, Virginia Relieved from Military Rule. Latest News by the Atlantic Cable. An Irish Cardinal Denounces Fenians. WASHINGTON. Adjournment of Conj;rcsH Ocnernl Jordan Defended Nairn of Hold. "Washington. May 1. Both Houses will adjourn from Thursday to Monday for the summer capitol arrangements. Tho Secretary of tho Treasury has di rected the Assistant TreasureratNew York to sell ono million of gold on each Wed nesday of the month of May, commencing May 4th. The first and third sales on ac count of the sinking fund, and the second and fourth on account of the special fund four millions in all. Also, to purchase one million of bonds each, on Thursday tho 12th, and Thursday th...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 4 May 1870

KNOXVIILE WEEKLY CHRONICLE, WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, 1870. ANSON BUItLINOAME. OflicinI 'orr"ioiil,iiopi KclallnttA to tbo llrntli nrtnr AmbnnitMar onuiiin. Warhinoton. correspondence isini Mil. COllTIS" Co Mr. FMt. Secretary of State DistrcwcMtto nnnounco Mr. RurHngnuic tiled this ino'rnlngr . .A. G. CfRTix, ft. Petersburg. Received .nt 0:25, A.M., Feb. 2.1, 1870. rtt--MH.VRTl !" ' ' DEPAnTjnfT ok Stati:, . 1 .Wellington, Feb, 2-J, 1870. j Bin: Youtiiniiouuccnient, by cable tele gram, of , the death qf Hon. Anson Eur v s, jingaine wis yestcray.ree,clyi.'d at this De partment witli mlnglca'feelliiga of surprise and grief. Stricken down as he. has wen In the midst of ,a career of usefulness and "distinction, which haft won the grateful n'dmlmtioh of tho civilized world, I am Vture-that those feelings will bo experienced -as wldelyns wiUtho jiquefits of the noble and generousmjsipu l,n which he lias, been engaged as the representative of the grea.t Empire of China. I beg that you will con vey...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 4 May 1870

the est. bfr: ln cwi.w.iii:llothiW JiawMu -HiPtAYoritfv . ... j . .. if t - ...til. ttrttes lhciiowtttHti'flftte, -fjaileflitrfliiillowcil momorieiif)fi!r',u'-.. w.it ,Qno jogU.-at- thu lurge, biownjeyts, the broiuLfoyelia'd'tlio, iunug 6f nut nrown cuflttf t'litfi)Inlfltc(l rjIitcUs, hml ltlsliistoiy wiiu knoWHJ ' . i "Whati layqur 4)ujnei.uiy hoy-?"-. J askl hh, hnir blinded wltli tenrs, I readied gut my hand, for n paper. ,. - ' Johnny tlie Just iiimie r did not catch. 'Cnn y.ou, roirtl-?"" " 01i.vr!iT'vi W'on (o school Homo.!' glancing, out- of .the wjiutflW tp see If jthcrc- w.uti iifuussny ui iiubivi I hnirntllOlo brother", onMf whose liaine vniff Jolrnhy; Ho had the tJamo hroWu Imirnud tender, jQylntfiiyvH,: and perhaps it was on this .account I felt vcrv much liJtathrcAVlrigi-iny turns nroKnd Johiiny'H neck, and ldSSlnir hirii'oii thu thitt4-heckV A longJSlirlH'Whistlo; with another, short I i 1 T.I A 1 if aim i.Teinpiorj-,..mu juinui mum uu tin. There was nothing to ehoofo,...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 4 May 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHRONIC LE, WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, 1870. XfUX.12 3c TAKW'ATER, I'UBIilSIIEKs OFFICE i BR0WNLOWS.OLD STAND, i:nlriiucn on AY -NTRKET, IinI Side, Between Main and Hill streets. xr.HMK or .si'nst'iurTio.v. Ono copy, one year, . 00 One copy, tlx month! 1 00 Ten copies, ono year 1" 60 Twenty copies, one year,... -W 00 fifty copies, ono year,- if.i 60 WEDNESDAY, . . . MAY 4, 1870. REPUBLICANS OF KNOX COUNTY! The contested election case of Mynatt vs. Boyd was determined yesterday by the parties, themselves, consenting to again submit their claims for the ofllce to the peo ple of the county. -A'n' entry wns accord ingly made by the County Court, declaring that, by consent of the contestants, the election of the 20th of March last, so far as it effected the olllce of Trustee, was null and void and ti new election ordered. The Court then fixed Saturday, ihcUth of May, as the day for the election. The notice is very short and every mo ment of the intervening time must bo im proved....

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 4 May 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY C'ltHONK'LE, WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, 1870. ft I; ft WEDNESDAY MAY' 4, 1870. aivi:htisi.4 katkn. Ten line?, or lens, Nonpareil; to constitulc h Kiuure. 1 eo.uo.ro, 1 Insertion $1 00 1 square, 1 month, 2 00 1 square, 3 months, 6 00 Business Curds, 2 squtircs, per car,i , , 20 00 i column, : months 10 00 i column, 0 months, IS 00 l column, ono year,.... AO 00 ?3 column, 8 months,.,?........., , 15 00 column, 0 months,. ..-. w. , n..... 2.1 00 -l column, ono year, 4 00 l column, 3 months, ai 00 1 column, 0 months, , 5.1 00 1 column, ono year, , 80 00 Notices in Local Column, Ten Cents per line. Terms for announcing candidates, $10. .Man-laces nnd deaths inserted free. All hills duo upon first Insertion. Those of rc.nil.ir advertisers to ho rendered monthly. sii:cimi:x :orjK.H Of tli o CiiMl.S'irLK Mulled free to any address on. up plication. Tin; l)nlly i'lironlclr. For s-nlc nt the oflico and tit the book store?, at llvo cents n copy. .Slllllll Pox. Tlicro hm been a few cate...

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 May 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE, WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, 1870. 6 Ml PA11M AND HOME, j (hiltlvatlbn of IholWatoii . CorrtWni Sccretarydf tbo'MifesdUri Rlnl'n lWnl nf ' , ir.rlMriirilKi. . fUv" rifri fKU lowing suggestions oil tu,0 cfilUvatjiori of! tho .potato ; "Thoi noUtojefUJireth li .W favornible mhihou -ailu.DCQullur ocaUy, as. well as oil, lii this Section to produce a liuq mtfllitir of idUfCb.'iA,andv foil, upon a: clrtV fcliti-soll, or to dayoy mil with consld-i crable sand mixed, upon limestone, an fa tlttclally Introduced, would bo a benefit. Humiw (vegetable mold) and lime (nlr lnaked) -would form a'Wtlcr dressing for the lnnd than fresli -manure. The potato delights. In nN'eiy-mi'llownud rich fcoll. If freshraann'rdimistMu- used. It should be cWipIoykAl 'as, fl'top dfeHd'ng hi the previous AtiUimn'. 'Ncjv.laiTdJellhcttii: tile prUri6 miiilfo- timber, is'JaVorabW to tlKo-tato; ' ,fAa to etftl, I aii qfrerlltu 'result 6f (oiVe uiorougn cxpurmiuiiLi 1 planted llfsr. wllole. lorcro-.noL...

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 May 1870

I r . THE rREWET.. Farther IclCl Of imintcr Iti till Hint - Hoafcefe Nwcpt Anny In Orrrnc C'onnty A "l'onnp Olrt-nrowncdt Pouajifcii'su:, AnriI23, Rcporf of tlistWtcrrfby the H6od just bc ftfn.10 cbrng in fr'Om Greene County. In tho town "of Durham much damage was caused. The' saw mill, dam and bridge, near E. Jqhnsbh'fc, were swept away, youth of Durham a bridge is inipasable. and the road leading to it is nearly all Washed away. A portion of Mr. 0. Por ler'fl farrn Jicn in CatHkUl Creek. Brown fc Baldwin's race is completely ruined, and the mill and whop Tery much injured. Cjcorgo Turner's house, near Oak Hill, was Wept away, and his daughter, fourteen year old, drowned. Her body was found the npxt "day two mll6 below. A grist mill, saw mjll and. bridge, near Hurd'j? "Hotel wele SWcnl away. Two barns, be longing" the hotels in OookBbiirg, arid, three bridges anyone TJio Creek Hear' Manor-ill lcft Its channel, and theM. E. Church at that.'placo waalnhmnlnejitdan-i ger Of bdBgWptawa...

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 May 1870

KNOXVILLE WEEKLY CHRONICLE, WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, 1070. . 8 Tin: nr.NT nkwino m aciiinen. "(lot one' Don't ray to I Which did you Rett Ono of the kind to open nnd shutY ; Own It, or hire It ? how much did yoil pay 7 Does St go with a crank or a trcnddle?. S-a-v. I'm & (Ingle rami, and somewhat green i Tell mo about your sewing mnchine." "Listen, my boy, nnd hear nil about It I don't know what I ould do without It ; I'vo owned ono now for moro than a year, , And like it so well that I call it ' my dear.' Tii the cleverest thing thAt'evcr was tccn This wonderful family sewing machine. " It's nono of your angular Wheeler thing?, ' JVlth etoel-sht t back and oait-lron wings; It' work would bother a hundred of his, And worth a thousond 1 indeed it is", And has a way you need not stare Of combing and braiding its own black hair I "Mine ia not one of those stupid affairs . That stands.ln the comer with'what-nots and chairs, And makes that dismal, headachy noise. Which all the comfort of se...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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