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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 10 May 1871

JiTObillc (ictUclih 6brjoniclc, fteWtmcsbiin, Pan Icf, 16ZL 5 "WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 1871. Of tlio CimoNlci.it ranltcil free to nny address on np-I'llcntlon. Coiiillilntcl. Tlio Whig and Jlcgister consolidated with tlio Press and Herald yostordny. i I n con ill it ry. Tlio Morristown Oozclic 8nys that somo vilo rascal, not hnving soul nor sonso enough to' ap preciate anything but liU own mennncu, at tempted to burn tho Mnsonic Unit, nt Eutlcdgc, on Mondny night of Inst week. IJnnlmtcil Coiillilcnce. At n meeting of tho creditors of tho Alabama and Olinttnnoogn Itnilroud, hold at Chattanooga on .Saturday night, resolutions of unabated con fidence in Mr. J. 0. Stanton, nnd in tho ulti mato solvency of tho road were passed. Kcnlilcil. A littlo son, about threo years of ago, of 3Ir. John Eognrly, North Knoxville, was seriously burned yesterday morning by turning ovor a pot of boiling coffee. Ho is injured badly. Dr. Krous was called in and in n measure alleviated tho unfortunate littlo fel...

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. — 10 May 1871

0 .no.vbillc cftlcchfn (mntlc, vMcbncsbnn, 3lnji ltf, 1871. Dry Goods, Sic. .tgrlculiural Iniidcnicnts, &c. Real Estate. "WEDNESDAY, HAY 10, 1871. A CAM). To the I'iiIjIIc. Tho iVcs (' Herald mid 117iV owf Jlcytetcr, with other J)ciuocratlc-rubel sheets, have published u butch of corres pondence concerning which the public hnvo little interest, nearly nil of which is of n purely personal character, coming from n dlsroputnblo nource, and so garbled nnd interpolated with matter entirely false thnt ittlocs mo tho grossest injustice, and places mo in nn entirely false position be- show if any responsible authority attaches enough importance to tho matter to call upon me for an explanation. So far as that correspondent charges mo with any corruption in my oillclal capacity, offering official positions to anv nerson in consider ation ot any bribe or reward, I pronounce it false and challenge any proof to the con trary. The records of my olllce nro onen for in vestigation to any agent ...

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. — 10 May 1871

nta.vbiIc,,iiaicclUn 0mrlc, Mctmcsbajj, U)';m Iff, ml THE SCHOOL QUESTION DISCUSSION'. " Fnllier Flnnegnu's ltcply." Messrs. Editors : Allow mo to tlmnk lMher FiniR'gftU for so promptly putting himself on tlio record in relation to the Bohool fund. My little article litis, contrary to expectation, proved almost as magi cal as Itluiriel'a Hpcar, though courtesy restrains mo from oven suggesting the an alogy In Its full extent. It is not very easy to reduce the loose, Il logical sayings of tho Father to dellnlto propositions for reply, but I will try to catch some of them and test their value. And: 1. THE 1SSUK. That Is now made distinct, clear, with out equivocation. Tho priest demands the partition of tho school fund, and asserts his right to it. No ono can fail to sec his object. He wants, and will do all In his power to get, control of a sum "in ratio of children" from tho common fund, for the support of a sectarian school, i.e., ho seeks this money, most of which is raised by tax...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 10 May 1871

SnavbUIc c6lcch(n bronitlc, Mcbncsban, ilan Itf, Letter from "Very .Miniy." Xl'MllKK III. Mi:ssh. Editors : In renlv to Father Finnegnn's lust eoiiiiminlefitloii J beg to submit a few remnr;s: 1. IIo complains that " One. of Very Many" does not writo under his personal "Ignnture. Tho reason he does not is a very pimple one. IIo does not wish to liuve tho general interest of this momch'tous ijties tion lost in personal controversy. Let two individuals fret into a contest 'under their own names, and the attention of tho pub lic would soon tlx on them, and the ques tion nt ibsue would become a secondary matter. When so great n man as John Uap tist came preaching and calling tho people to repentance, he turned aside the ques tion: "wAo nrtthou?" with tho answer, " I am tho voice of one crying." He had a subject, a message of supreme importance, to press upon tho people, and was content to liido himself behind the voice. "One of Very Many" only claims to bo a very humble individual, and ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 17 May 1871

.A 11 IV a . . k - . . . i . . -r-w .... .i-j.i. Mmw li a 11 i NT xy ' XT ' xyjw !UiimmtatlUriraam mWT -s xy ' t ' XT xy 'y ' xy ' xy ' xy xy VOL. II. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. MAY 17, 1871. NO. 7. FACTS ABOUT EAST TENNESSEE Oil l' Agricultural AilvuntugcN. XO. XX. Wo are dally in receipt of lettera from every part of tlic country that show very plainly tliht the mass of ieoplo looking to East Tennessee for llbmes, would bo in terested in knowing something of our town? and cities umlthe vast agricultural interests upon which they depend. East, Tennessee is known fur ami wido as a healthful region, principally dependent upon lis mineral wcami ami mauuiaciur imr interests to be founded thereon, for itH crrowth nnd urosperitv. Wo do not got credit for our desirable farming lands, for our ricli valleys, well watered anu con s?tantlv enriched from the overflow of riV' era and creeks, for knobs and ridges pecu liarly fitted for the cultivation of fruit and the vineyard. All these advan...

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. — 17 May 1871

$nofaiI(t (ftlcchln (!tb;omc(c, fcMcbnestmij, glnn 17, 1871. MAY 17, ,1871, tCOWMV.MCiTF.D. Information Wanted. ' JoNrsnoito', Tr.NN., Mny 0, 1871. Jtev. C. 11'. Charlton, Secretary Eastern .Division J-mr; Di:ah Sin : The farmer of the Eighth Civil District of our county. lmviiiK oriran Izcd a Farmers' Club, anil knowing the in terest which, you have always maniicstea in such things, I take the liberty of ne king somo information lrom you in regaru to tho best method of arranging and conduct ing such societies, fo as to secure reliablo Information upon agricultural sttojects aim nil other matters pertaining to tho material interests and advancement of our section of the State. I ntn, Very respectfully, yours, &o., W. H. Perkins. ItlJl'IA. EoiTons Ciihoniclk : To the above I wish to reply through your columns, so that others similarly situated may bo ben efited. The first step neccsary to be taken in the organization of a Farmers Club is to have a head, or a president not an auto...

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. — 17 May 1871

The Cnt1i61f6 Ucniirtiiw' n.nt Iritollibllll j. . Tho opppsltion to tho dogmn.of tho ln fullb ity ,uf UiolVipo is, very strong in'fhte south oftiiriiirifTy.' VllS JlaVtfHan govern ment has rbftiscd tho Archbishop of Bam berg the placet, without which tlio procla matlon of the Htato in illegal. The reasons glvcnfor this decision Arc that tho Minis try eanriot consider those decrees Mf 'a purely thebloglcnl character, intt that1 they think then! calculated td bring- nlioltt an ciMcntlnl alteration ill tho relntlfcu's of church and state, and to bo fraught with danger for the political and social basis of govcrnhicnr. Thrco Professors of the University of MUnlchwho weiks absent when tho address to Dr. Von Bollinger was signed have pnlillcly akinounced thelr'ap proval of lr. His Majesty the King of Ba varia has given many proofs of his sym pathy for tho great seholarand tho morc moiit lie loads, especially during tho relig ious services 6f Eastef. Tho Augsburg Allgcmorlnb titling is abl...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 17 May 1871

$U0billc Mcchin (Sxssmdt, ))rimcsiwn, Ite 7 im (jT-bc tt&lccltlh" Chronicle, HULE'&iBICKS, rublishors, . Awnb'crVi Mar):et Tlavc'jfast k'idA TKiuiit'or nvn-ivuivnunt. Ono copy, ono year - S2 00 One copy, e U mbntliJ,-4.3r....r..rr..C1"C0 Ten flcvenf ..!S.fl8 60 Twenty copies, one 7ear,t...,.i.,'......t.1i. 20 00 K'OXVILLE, "WEDNESDAY, MAY 17. TijKDud'Aum'aieToiic o'MSib aspl rant's for tliu French crown, Js very wealthy, enjoying an annual income of 2,500,000 francs. SiiintiKF OorisKTT hns ordered an elec tion for School Commissioners threo to each elVll district on the Srd ilay of Juifc next. This Is a very Important election, and wo urge the friends of common schools in every district, and especially in Knox vllle, to be on the look-out for good men. In view of the issues already beforo this community, wc want the best men we can And for thin position. tlKX. Silas Casuy, once a commander of UnitedStnles troops on Sail Junn Island, writes the New York Independent that "Ban ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 17 May 1871

$Ut0billf MUchln onlc, Mcbnesbafl,Sln, 185?1. Oftli CnaA.Ul.il u.le4 free (o plication. Knnt Teniirtwi-r-, Vlrfclnln nml CleorRln Knllronct Ktork Wnntetl. . SoverafMmail ldls oMhis stock? wkWdV 'ffho highest market price paid. Send to tho East Tennessee Hook House. vl7-w0t .'l rl T -It. imttcnAnmi. Obllnnry. Died in Sevier county, on tho 7th ult., George lUmol ftndilleUVo'n .Hatches', i both prominent citizens of that county They died at tho iitmo timo, and wcro buried at the same time and place. Arbltrnrtlon. The celebrated slander suit of Chandler vs. Ilendriek, in tho Circuit Court of Blount county, has been referred to "Wm, Henderson and Win,, Uoddard for arbitration, with tho understanding mat ii tney cannot agree they nro to oall in n third man a. umpiro. " ' Trnilee Snlr. "Wo invito n'ttonlion to tho advertisement of "Trustees' Salo" published in another column A plot of survey with full description of tho land, mills and bil'idings with nbstract of title will bo found at Cha...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 17 May 1871

moibtHIc McclUj) bwnklc MlcbiusbnjrlW'ttU 1a l&lth 'urui'i Agricultural Implement),' &c; ' mi- mnn , . Ileal Estate. ' , i,iY -, : I VEBKKSi)AY, MAY 17, 1871. Sullivan tf.cws rops A Good Hint lo ,j Kiioxilllc .Mcrcliiuits. JJi.6utViiviLi.lil Ti:'kx.,' Mly C. 5o thcMilora of the Chroniclc-J , , I wiltofroin wlmjAyas ohec qntj'of tho pret tiest little j villages lit nil East Tennessee; but the rebellion lefl; It little bctter'tlnm u nier6 VrSU ot its former sfclf. TWO battlea were fought right over It. Tho nttHl&ry of pno aniiy'wfls planted upoii'ti bllleast'ftf tbe town, and an clnlnc'nc6 nttlviwcsfeiitl of tbo villago was occupied by tbo other; and as a natural consequoncottho cros-llr-Ing of tbe two nrmles soon set it in flames, and a largo portion, of tbo most beautiful residences and best business bousies were burnt lo tbo ground. Yet, lMoiintvlIle'iA a pleasant, and T may say growing place', for it is stciulHynbuilding.up tbo waste places and,ndding to. its populatio...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 17 May 1871

Our Common Schools. Messrs. Eiir-rOUtf: "One of Verv Many" hns ohown litniBclf nbuiidantly nolo to llmiullo many Fnthet; FliiiieganH, out" very ainny" jovc, prize ana glory in our common school system as an Institution, pecullnrly American, and fundamental and vital to our whole national nolltl- cal syutcm." and as such will defend it to the last. The common uchool system of uns couiury is a system or protection against Ignorance and the thousand ovlln arising from it, and that it Is just as much tho duty of tho Government to provide for tho instruction of a nation, as to promote mo prouuctivo industries oi tuo people lias lieconio among us a political axiom. Again, though religion is propagated and maintained in this country by voluntary efforts and without any alliance with (he State, ours is a l'rotestant country, our lnsiuuiions aro l'rotestant .institutions. fHhc Protestant Blblo and the Protestant religion have made us directly or indlrec tly what we are. Tito Trotcstant Bible...

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. — 17 May 1871

JtorabtUt btMjL (tjfflmM, Mcjgag Jg, leg. HOW SHALL ffn EDCCATi:. Meksiis. Emrons: "Another Hlch moml" In In the Held Itpccins, nntl on "The other side." This now champion of the Roman Catholic Church evidently counts upon riding down all adversaries at the be ginning of his onset. At the start ho HWeeplngly alleges that they have only "hurled abuse against the Church," that they have not "fairly and lawfully discus sed tho subject," and have not promoted "tho cnuso of truth." The public may ad mire his prowess.butit will probably doubt his discretion. A cavalIcr,who so modest ly approaches his subject and shows such astuteness in making discoveries beyond the reach of common people's vision, de serves to be treated with unusual courtesy! Ho proceeds to find fault ns untruo with a statement of "Itustlcus," tho first clause of which is that "tho Roman Catholic Priests and his friends are not content to meet their fellow-citizens upon n common platform as regards free school education...

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. — 24 May 1871

tef atiwM 5lhooiii Ij. II.. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. &fcjl&7lt -nr3 m s. " " m w n mi mi ii i mi, ,i .,11 , ...r .'i ii J n I , . , , ...... u-as&BB5mW itJL. . .. . FACTS AOODT east ti:nni:ssi:e. I' our Towns and Cities. , - - I lit r .f t, , . .Vf .Iff - v We give below, and on page ncvcn of this number, as our East Tennessee urtlele, some Interesting facts about Mossy Creek, furnished us by the Secrotnry of tllo East ern Division Fair! FACTS A1J0UT MOSSX CKKKK CONTINUED. Eos. Chuoniclb: A place of such prominence, nnd comprising so many of the elements or prosperity and success as Mossy Creek, should not bo buried... The object, therefore, of. this paper is to unfold tome of its advantages. ZINC, AND ZINC l'ACTOKY. There Is a most valuable and inexhaus--tible mine of zinc right In tho heart of the town. It Is on the land of Col. B. M. Brainier, from whom ii favorable lease was obtained by n.New York company for a number of years. This company was or ganized some ti...

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. — 24 May 1871

JinojrbUlt Mtthh 0nirk, iBBcbncstJau, 1871. IIOAV SIIALVj WE EDUCATE. ocit citTsciiools, Messrs. Editors: " Cosmojiolitan" takes a very one-sided .view of cur posi tions, mid betrnya much nlnrm for ono bearing so great a name. Keep cool. Mr. "Cosmopolitan !" Neither you nor I will turn the world up-sldo down, or seriously shako it with our theories. Jlv the way, " Another of Very ManyU don't know whethor his views aro In accbrdanco with the. platform of tho great Republican par ty or not. Rplng no politician, nnd bourn by no party trammels or purposes, he write his own vlows. The next time you pretend to quoto my langunge, Mr. " Cos mopolltan," do it fairly, honestli. For in stanco, I say: ".For tho Catholic clergy and their people, Ac, to demand the entire exclusion of .the Bible from our common schools, as then have done in some places, betrays a want of delicacy," fcc. You omit the. words Italizcd abovo, and thus entirely hide from view the act complained of. An act of shameless ...

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. — 24 May 1871

liioiUc mcchln. jb'txtjricrc iacaibicbn. giJau .aaal61. At tlio rcuntbiraf thoMlrmy of tlio l'otomac, nt Boston, on tbo 12th of Muy, (Inst.) n poem, rxVresllv frfitteW for'tnt OtH'IM fl'7 UltKT Hkahtk! wns read by Mr ' JnmM T. Fields.' llolntrbdu'ccdili iii follows i' .ti:- Tf the jiofft whoso nWnccto-dVy .t-c'tlcrilorp, Hud struck hut ono nolo for 'his country's ilis- If'lusMy'ro Iiiiil l)ctrayo3 jiiitio'liorioiif war, I could not nnd would not stand horo In his 7 ftvW And Ins loynl young spirit leaped up in n flftmo j Ana ne lougni witn mo pan lor nis uonr strug gling innilt-: ' As you, with your, itwords, .tons of glory mid inmo, . -t , And so for mv friend I will tnko un his sonc. And givo it n voice, (hough, nlasl not its own , To him tlio quaint voico nnd' tho genius bc- , long, . . Tp ino hut Hi 6 accents of friendship nlqne. 3Ir. Fields then proceeded to read with inucli grnco nnd spirit tho poem which IIiiet IIautk had written i"or tlio occasion, "und which isns follows : T...

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. — 24 May 1871

0 bc iic5cctilij',(lvamrlc, BULE& RICKS, Publishers, . jVjwiWr IV Market Place, l-last'Sidc. tkum.s or Nimsciurriosf. One cojiy, one year One copy, tlx months Ten topic?, one year Twenty cojlc, one year,. ..- i 00 1 00 ... 10 50 30 do KNOXVILLE, WEDNESDAY, MAY 21. Gov, Buktku has offered n reward of live hundred dollars for the apprehension of parties in Madison county, guilty of rC- ccntly burning a colored church nndschool house. Cnn no more eflectlvo way bo found for punishing outlaws than offering rewards, which experience teaches U9 amount to nothing? . . - - A ltATJiiu. exciting railroad meeting was held at Augusta, Gn., last week. The excitement grew out of n proposition for tho Georiria Btato Road to endorse the bonds of the "Western and Atlantic Road Tho proposition' -vas discussed with no small amount of acrimony, by Linton Stephens and Robert Toombs against tho proposition, and Hon. II. Hill in favor of it. Tho proposition carried. Hor.Aci! Gnn:i,nV is creating a sens...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 24 May 1871

-7 'bOKtffl.:uniillwi lrcl'lo ftny5lrp'nVp-3 lIIc-itlon RATI-S OF A1VKKTINIVU IX WKKHtT. Ten llor solidto wnstffutfl.K idunrt." ' 1 I s 5 l j " Z i .1 a -2 - 1 sricit. ! H,. h S ? , , rt JI 1 Suire....... $ 1 50 t 3 SO $ 4 50 fi 50 S 9 00 2 squares 3 00 0 00 8 60 10 M 111 60 3 fiures,. 4 50 . 9 00 11 M , U 50 Zi 50 4 8quarDI i B CO 11 50 14 00 ' 18 00 ' 30 09 5 Squares 7 50 14 00 IS 50 IS 00 39 50 12 Square! 18 00 30 00 S3 00 00 00 75 00 3 J15 00 27 00 7150 45 W 55 50 90 00 Messrs. Martin & IJro. offer two new cook stoves to tho public. "Tho Activo" is n conl Hove pt tho latest design and ninny improve ments Over old stoves. Tho '"Lady Gny" is a stovo forburnlng wood and has a high reputa tion in tho "West ns a good crtok. Thesb jenfle mcn nro prepared to do roofing nnd guttering in all its branches nt rcnsonablo prices. They also kcop on hand n full stock' , of tinwnro" and other roods, in Ihclr lino. At tho houso. furniihing emporium of theso gentlemen, 114 Ony ptroct, can lio...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 24 May 1871

Jghwfbillt Mechlg joiwIc, Mrtmcstm), toj 25, 1871. Dry GooiIn. &c rlcnltarnl Implement, &c. n ca i ncs t nio- TVKDNESDAY 31 AY 21, 1871 . Ominous rrcillrlion of the Duke of Rich. mow! That n wonderful crisis Is lust at hand In tho history of this Government the most . casual observer may prccelvc. All reauy. the cloud which n few yearn ago was no lifKKcr than "a mail's hand" has Increased until spreading outovcr tho heavens threat ens to shut out tho sun of liberty and pour upon us a lioou ot "iniaiiiuinty" rule, another namo for hierarchy. It is well known that tho l'opo of Homo tho head of tho Roman Catholic Church wears two swords un his belt tho one beinc au em blcm of his rlixlit to rule tho whole world in spiritual things, tho other of his right to mauo laws lor ino temporal uovernmcm of tho nations of the earth. In one word ho claims to be tho absolute monarch of this earth In every sense. Hut to tho prediction. On his death bed, the Duke of lllchmond said in tho pres...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 24 May 1871

$nobUlc Witthln Cjwmclc, Mcbitcstwji, 2gug &!, mi COBRESPOISDENCE. Fact About Mossv Creek. Editors Chronicle: Tlie object of journalism, if I comprehend the matter, is to develop the country. 'Inking tills view of it, I desire, rather elaborately, to speak of Mossy Creek and its advantages and fcurrotmtlltiKS. Tint TOWN. Ten years ago there was scarcely a house at this place. There was tho homestead of Mr. Branner, the father of our townsman, G. M. liranner, tho home of tho late John It. Brainier) that of Dr. Ithoton, and one or two others. Only ono store was- in existence Tho house is still standing with tho old sign 'Branner & Co." What n. strange metamorphosis has coma over tho place slnco then I Tho "dry bones havo como together." New life and vigor have suddenly invigorated tho citizens and pushed forward, a-rapid growth of prosper ity. Instead of one or two buildings and ono store, there Mil now a hundred houses or more and live or six stores. Many of the residences ar...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 24 May 1871

8 ginofbtlb SIBfethlg fmtxk, ffitttot$h$t $Ua 24, 1S71 "WEDNESDAY MAY 24, 1871 ITAJRM A.N1 HOME. Slop (he Unities. Millions of dollnrs wortji of Roll 1b an nually curried tothegulffroin UicMlfsisBlrt- pi Vullcy for want of nllttleattcntion Irom farnierH. Scarcely ft farm of any sjIzu can bo found upon which there nro not great deep washes through which tho very life uioou oi tnc sou is irieKimg away urop by tlron. Biicli places nro not only leaks to the farmer's capitnl, but aro eyesores that destroy uic ucauty oi tnc larni. Tiicy can uc easily cneciteu oy nrer. malting n nam near the cud of them so that tho soil may 11 ml a lodgment. Upon this let herein of grass bo sown and bouio plum bushes planted. Then let a second dam be built higher up and tho gruss sown and bushes planted. Let this be continued until tho beginning of the gully is reached. An ounce of preventive, however, Is bet ter than a pound of cure. If tho laud Is well and deeply plowed and pains taken to check the llret...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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