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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 14 June 1871

WEDNESDAY JUNE 1-1, 187 XAllM -VlVD HOME. Pinching Tom nlo Vine. Wo hear much through agricultural pa pers! about " pinching in" tomato plants to make them more compact, and the frhtt ripen chiller. Have never scon any in structions how this pinching In In done, fft it not from the head of tjio vino that th(? fruit comes? E. J. I jiuihik. The principal object? ought in pruning tomato plants Is to check thegrowtli of the vine, and force out. fruit buds. If tomaW vines are planted in "rich poll they will usually grotf vigorously riilU t-Jfpeml their strength during the early part of the Henj .oh In producing stems and leaves, nhow itiir lKtlt. fruit Until tho ulaiitft have1 reached a large size, and then only that which fets early will ripen except In very favorable locations. Every one who has cultivated tntiiatocs in the Northern States and allowed the vines to grow unchecked, must have noticed tluit hot more, than half the fruit upon thenl reaCllt&matiirUy.Hjni ply because the ...

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. — 14 June 1871

k (tUccIiln .(kkonicle. HUIiE &' RICKS, Publishers, JVjhn&cr 10 Market l'laec, llast Sidcl TI'.IIJIS Ol' NUUSt'HIPTIOX. Ono cojiy, ono year, One coiy, six months Ten coi'icf, ono year .. Twenty copio, ono yenr, : 52 00 , 1 00 .-18 50 , 30 00 KNOXVILLE, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1J. NEWS SUMMARY. Thk Supremo Court of Tennessee Is sitting nt Jackson, in two sections. Judgo Nelson U tlio presiding Justico of tho second section, nnd it is now engaged in causes from Hardeman county Steam ilro engines unil additional pumps nro constantly nt work in Now Orleans, and have only succeeded in reducing tlio flood fifteen inches below liigh-wntcr mark. Strong winds raiso tlio wnter as fast as it is pumped out. JtosKiionoruii ax Hakkis were executed nt Marion, Arkansas, on Friday, for tlio murder of Ereomiin nnd Crockett. Both men dospcr- ntcly resisted their fate, and wore dragged, to tlio scaffold bound, nftcr having made a deadly assault on n deputy sheriff. James C. Colli.', a wealthy young pla...

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. — 14 June 1871

0 r AVKDNEA. . , jjl fl"- Of thq.C'inoHiCLK mulled fro? 19 npjr nJJrcM on, ap plication. . n.vTiis or AHvV.itTisiNO in jvkkki.t. Ten lines, or less, solid, tp.constltutc a squnrc. .: r"MV sr.ici. s ? " 1 tvpinro...... S Squares.... .1 S'luares.... 4 Hnuarc.... $ 4 50 J t 50 i 0 oo,$ir no lrt M 27 00 21 M W SO 30 001 45 00 X) Mj M M 75 001 PO 00 .1 IHP, U IM 0") 10 SO 4 Ml P 00 I'. OOj It 50 7 Ml 14 00 is 001 :w 00 II W) 14 IW III ) : 00 14 M! li 00 2S 00 60 00 5 p.iinres.f.... lZHipmrM......! I'ONtlvnl. ' Tlicro will bflu festival t.t tin North' Knox illo Methodist Episcopal Church on next Thursday night. A lihonil patronage will ho appreciated. Proceeds (o ho Appropriated t tho benefit of thu church. Two Daily Tnlni. Tlio traveling public mid tho people along tho lines, will hull with Kindness thu netion of tho v. iirn.nl tnotini7 nt Wnsliilicrtnii Vostnrdnv. Two dally train find tho timo between New York, and awl uneans icsscneu iwuivu nours. r.nut TotinCNHce, VlrRlnln nml Jcori:l...

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. — 14 June 1871

Issue hi the Episcopal Church. Mixsiis. Editors: In your now columns of Wednesday, there was an Item which, thote wlio have been conversant ylth the movements! nnd controvendeM in the EjiIh copnl Cliurcli of lute, will no doubt regard n of grave concern to that important body, This Item was to the elleet, tlint the Itev. H. 11. T.vng, Jr., of New York city, had, in disregard of JJlshop AVIiltchouse's Inhi bition, olllcinttd for, and in connection witli the Itcv. Mr. Cheney, of Chicago, whom IJishop Whltehouse lins deposed fioln the ministry, As this is nn ago in which ecclesiastical aliidrs arc of general interest, ami as the Episcopal Church occupies an important plnco in tho land, I suppose your renders will need no apology from mo fordevoting nn article or two to n statement of the crisis which this ene of Chicago will probably ueveiop inio some uccmcti action. Tiie case of Mr. Cheiicv docs not stand alone, On its slmple.jndlvidUal merits. Jf it had thu9, stood, it would have exc...

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. — 14 June 1871

EWE1T Ills ,Vlcnf 'of .the Situation, on. 2 mo l'resitient, nt jjonjr iiranou, scums to bo more communicative than at, Wash iiigton. Ho linabeen Interviewed ngnln, n'nil ns to tlto Berlin Mission mlit Genernl Bhcrmnn, mU : Bancroft is tinxions to bo relieved j lie wrmls to go to Italy to live. He made bis wish knowh to me fr'oiiib thho hIiico. I canjt.-however, relievo him just now. He is tlibanigbiy Informed "Qjl tho San Juan qu'eltroiiTn'itll its bearlngdand. liiu i-orvl-cc.tvjll lnJ.requlredTtirerllmntll tliatrea tv bMyCtu',iw mu Ormt Britain. U llnally cflaposctiypf: His adylce iiiul JVMiHtnnct1, yon lace.Wlllbd necessary. Trclleve him iiowWolrt'txynjljrtlpiou, (ii etiy flic lea.it. lJui'VWlOS&nnHkeil to bonllowctltb resign lnCtlifrlnll, ho-enn then do so without In jury to our -interest Before October ar rJycH thp treaty wUl J.c,Dxclnll right." "General ,ancrnnui, Mr. L'nmltlent, Is named as your sncetn!ir, Would he take tin nomination?" 1 ' " ' "Well (after a pause), I don...

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. — 14 June 1871

vi.wkui. cmi.imi:x. Aro your,llltlo cl)ililrcn plnyfnl? Let them well enjor llioir rIcoj Darken tiot their pulii with sorrow Lot them hiippy, jilayfiil be. Knrth' bright .Spring flowers tlioy nro to you, Ijqi iiicm joyjui uo unit pay ; Clouds full soon will Voil their facer, Make thorn happy while you may. Lot their bright, sweet faces cheer you Daily llko the flowers of Spring ; Strivn to nuiko them like a sunbeam, And their heart to you will cling. True, you may tomctimcs bo weary, If their plays, nro loud or long; Gently hush their gleeful voices, Tune their mirth to some Bwcct song. Tench them of the precious Saviour, Tell them of Kodceming lovo ; Chccrrul let them think of Jkhuo, And n happy home above. If you thus will scatter sunshine Round each young and trutting heart, You may hope they'll lovo their Makkii, .And llo'll to Ihem joy impart, 'Monroe County Mnllrrx. John "Wimborly was Shot nnd seriously wounded in each of his hands, on Inst week, near Tcllico river, in this co...

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. — 21 June 1871

,u8t Ml mil ,nndciMiOjftJbH,tVn toM&0 3Mcl0iii'i -T-mu 1 uun --r- XCNOXVlLLB. TENN. WEBNESDM?. JUNE 2l; B73 NO. 12. FACT? ABOUT EAST TENNESSEE. Answer CorrcsyojulcntK. V --,'J ,blli4 no) xoiv. . 1 ' Wc have received tlic following letter, vono of very many similar to It, since our last issue, ami propose to make It anil the tansw.cra to It'our'nrtlclc for this number of She Weekly : iroSF-Viinook", GnF.Sn:u Co., Pkn'k.; Juno 10, 1871. I Jlufo J- llicfii, Knoxrille, Wnnctsec : Dkau Sihs In company with somo Penn sylvania farmer, I oxpect to go through South Virtf'mln. and East Tennessee to prospect lnnd. with a .view of settling, nndns I see, per .N. 1 . TrtbUHC, you answer inquiry, i uupum to ask, n. few questions, which, if convenient and .agreeable to yc-U, ,w.ould bo1 plcnseS to have answered :' 1st. Is Knoxvlllo nnd surrounding 4th. JInVo'yoii'ft'good innrket for'grain nnd pro duco in'Knoxvillo f '6th. Whnt aro your prin cipal crop? Cth. Tno nvcrngo ol wlicnt unu i6rn per ae...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 21 June 1871

r xmik Wittlxh) mriclc, Mtbnxgtmn, gunc U 1871. towUto WtMj mmut. WEDNESDAY, JUNK 21, 1871. Oiled Floors. Tho Manufacturer and Jlu'ddrr 8.iys : OilliiL' Improves a lloor in several ways Orense-spots, of course, will not ailed the wood thus treated; and much less scrub bing than is necessary for n plain lloor will suliTcc to kcop it clean. Moreover, the ap pearance is Improved by the oil. Many of our native woods, prepared In this inan nor. become positively handsome. Final ly, it gives the surfuco a harder texture, which makes it wear longcrandmoro uni formly. Paint costs more, tnkes longer to dry, nnd wears off more easily, since It simply forms a crust or coating upon the surface ; while oil penetrates the wood. Hence nn oiled lloor looks better than a painted one, especially if a little color, such as Van Dyke brown, umber, or burned sienna is added to the oil. To prepare a lloor in this manner, tnkc Taw linseed oil, or some cheap oil not of fensive In odor, and capable of drying...

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. — 21 June 1871

f Ileal Eslntc. Family Groceries. n, From KioxtI1Io4o iltiillctliro-rCropsff-ltcm-cnlH-pnces-SccuW,, if.v . Summit A ai.k, Tr.su., Juno C 2b the Editor of the Chronidlc : For two weeks imst I hnvo becn.ormost of tho time at lenst, enjoying the hospitality of Union nml Grainger county formers nml right well' lo they liuow IioW to. entertain ,tho weary and mako one feel comfortable 1 am now thirty miles from your city hi one- of East Tennessee's loveliest valleys. Clinch Mountain whoso hzurc tipped henka can be seen in tho hazy ilistanco far up ami down the valley guariU us on the south ward, whilst on the northward Lono Mountain liftshighlts rugged steepswhere grows tho tall cypress and graceful lnnplq whose leafy boughs mako cool the limited streams and green lncadoWa of the beauti ful valley below. When I started to mnko tho trip' I om now on, a distance of over two huhdred and fifty miles, I cxpectcU a "good timo'J nnd my expectations have been realized, and so different from a ri...

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. — 21 June 1871

RULE & RICKS, Publishers, Kunibcr 10 Market Place, East Side.', TKIISIS or NlTIIMtillllTHMr., I - " . ' " - Ono copy, ino'ycar 82 00 Ono copy, lx months,.t..-i.ft..4 1 00 Ten copies, onoytar,....... ...- 16 60 Twenty copies, en) ycSr)lf...41i3 J.i$tSi.,30 W KXOXVILLE, "WEDNESDAY,. JtfNE 2f. AVk Invito attention to our letter from New York, published in another column. It is from a gentleman of high journalis tic ability, and we hnvo tho promise of further favorsfroni him. AVb invito tho attention of tho officers of tho East Tennessee; Virginia and Geor gia Railroad to the very scnslblo and timely suggestions of our correspondent, in tho matter of the railroad from, sow Market to Dandrldge, His vlowfl aro worthy of serious consideration. tg AVu invito tho attention of our readers to the very Interesting account of the last days of tho-Communefrom tho pen df our able and heroic Minister at Paris, -who has niado moro character for lilmself and his government during tho recent war t...

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. — 21 June 1871

'UtU.t tMfff WJ!UKSUA1, " lA M CNiE4nFlf v vf 3 J A3 Of tho Ciirrxiclk mailed freo to any address on ap plication. HA.TKM or ADVKRTINIXO IN WEKULT. Ten lints, or less, solid, to constitute a square. i : . . . ..... I 1 dinars 2 Squares 3 Bqnares 4 Squares 5 Kanat4 12 Square.., Wonted; An experienced miller wanted. Address, with references', "Vm. Tj. Rant, TilC-dGtwlt Farksvillo, Pdlk co., Tcnn. IVlint Imtnotry- will ArcompllNh. Cnpt. Joltn K. Jthat, thagrcat Djicktown Mi nor, commenced"opon"on' in Polk county lees than twenty years ago, a poor miner, lfopaid tax on an incomo-for tlio year. 1870 of over $82, ooo' -" '-renwhuti m , Acclilrnl. "Wo regret to learn that Mr. Jno. Edmondson, of Blount county, and bis wife, while riding in a buggy last .Saturday, .woro, thrown, from tho vchiclo nd sustained "-injuries of n pilnful though not serious nature. .. iUnl Tcmirnsec, Virginia ami (Jeorgiit IlnllroRtl NtocU -Wnntcil. Several small lots 6f 'Hits sto'ckVarited. Tho highest market pric...

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. — 21 June 1871

All, (Inlet In (Joilinisi Tfti Aimnnl Exmlno HcKnn-FnfciM fiiVil VlBtiiW-lTriiitt'' V.ib'i, vlcl KnllwnY-TiiBroVUi:fn llrilKn Cltr Improvement Onr Cllj-'n Kiilcrst. From our.own,Correppndent. NB Yonltr, Juno 1871. : in $ny'fng tlihtfill lfjiiet'ih tlid'Mctrti poll, I do licit wish ,fp bo too HtcWlly' tih-1 lenSto6d, Jii Vuf tlmctf t!iD'sAyI'nE' f'hll Jrf lui6t orilH6 Pqlohirib" onlj-rtppHinlto thb .general1 BltrintloH;- th6 petty Hklrinlslietj, j)ickctb'rIflop'raqtIc'6', fornglii rnlds, etc., being tllsretmMctl .WcbiiinnraU'vcly tiiihn portnHt''So' In TCcV'' Yory. 1 runuM, "nil l! quiet bn' tliHtnWo'ti," Wit vb, HnVe nevertheless nil" jotfcftslontfl, irittV(ler,. till or1 ilinnry kind tit burglary, n plcnsnht llttlo raw ofiliirnlcatfbn. linlf ti A6Mi 'nsfehulta with cur-hooka, caiie3, r)ilps, cntbs'or any other linhdy vtnpori, pdr 'diem, 'hriil In tlint way our wqrtiiy ,eit)zqns nre1 Kept nniu6l anil, entertained bj our rtl lute f sov ereign, lords of New YtirK city by the grace of ...

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. — 21 June 1871

PAUIS SCENES VIVIDLY PICTURED. 3Unlstcr Wasliliiirn's Dispatches Detailing: History or Commune. 'Tho New York Times gives a dutatletl coiincctcil history of the Inst tlnys of tho Coininune from Minister Washburn's ofll clnl dispatches to tho Stnto Department, one of which is so interesting nnd graphic that we give it in full. His dispatch is dated Thursday, May 33th : When I eloHed my dispatch hist night it Was lira mid battle. It la ,the samq Ihis unonilng. There were frightful burnings mil night. Tho great Hotel do Vlllo with sail its traditions and Bouveuiers of history exista 1x1 longer. Tho Cour des Cainptorf, tho Court of Cassation, tho Prefecture of Police, and the o);lebrntcd old prison of tho Concierirerio ha-6 shared tho samo fate. AH haSoecn tho work of organized incen diarism, and Uic insurrectionists navaciono everything hi their power to destroy Paris, If the entry of tho troops had been delay ed much longer they would certainly havo nuceeeded. Tho Gommuno had already ...

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. — 21 June 1871

... thi: iioy-ani) Tiin'imooit Armcnlnn Popular-pong, 'from tho Prose Version of . . AliMiiiii. 11 V UK.ST.Y AV. I.OXO KJ'.LLOW. Down from yon distant mountain height Tho brooklet flows through tiio Village street A boy comes forth to wmh hit hands, '' Washing, yes washing, tlicro ho stand', In tho wntor cool nml swoot. "Drookvfrom what lnountnin dot th6U como? O my brooklet cool nntl sweet 1' "I eoma.frprri.yon mountain high nml cold, Whoro lioth tho now snow on tho old, And melts in tho summer heat.'' ''llrook, to what river dosfcthou go ? 0 my brooklet pool and sweet 1" ' ' '' "' "I go to tho river there below " , . Whcro in hunches tho violoU grow, . ' Arid sun ahdtlindow meet.' "Brook, to what garden dost thou go? ' '" 0 my brooklet cool nnd 'sweet I" ' , "I go to that garden in the vnlo Where all night long the nightingalo Her lovo soilg doth repeat." "Brook, to what fountain doit thoii go? O my brooklet cool and sweet!" rf "I go to that fountain, at whoso, brink The maid that...

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. — 28 June 1871

i hi mill! r. n i ''t niiii ni" " i 111 'H L n . mi ijii ii i'ri' i'ii " v v w"i amxt,,l,wT 'www i" p ' himuiukhj,. r " ' - t : iciXyiLLE, TENN., AVEDNESDAY. .JUNE 2S, 1871. II. if w " " 1 1 u u I I FACTS ABOUT EAST TENNESSEE, Vnsvi'crs to Correspondents. XXVI. We have reccivod a great many letters pf .inquiry,, since our last number was is- med, from every part of -this country ami. .ilso from. England and Holland. These t I r letters satisfy us that the general interest' in our section is fast spreading and grow ing and that the labors of the Chkonici.R and a few others in Knoxvillc nud East Tennessee to spread correct information .about East Tennessee is appreciated and to ho richly rewarded. Wo, have a good country here, and the people aro beginning to find it out. The outrages in ether sec tions of the South have done and are yet doing us harm, for we aro unfortunately m closely identified with the South that people do not stop to reason ns to our imj- cullar circumstances. But...

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. — 28 June 1871

. lumfotlle tfitbchlg mitcic, TOmesirag, oc 28, 1871. HORRIBLE AFFAIR AT SAULSBURY. Itfcw Advertisements. DrttgH and Medicines. Real Estate. WEDNESDAY JUNE 28, 1871 FAKM VlVr HOME. The I'otato Bhetlk. The importance of the potato crop must bo our excuse for to ficqumtly referring to the insects tlint In pome places have completely de stroyed it. There are several beetles that feed upon the folllngc of tho potato, but the Colorado potato-beetle Doriphora rfc cemlincala) In bo much more destructive than tho otherB that It haa come to be pop ularly known as the potnto-bug. The ad vance of this insect eastward Is gradual but sure. Michigan and Iowa especially are euftering from Its presence. We have no doubt that other insects have been nils taken for the Colorado beetle; but it is safer to fight another insect on suspicion than to neglect the devastating enemy. Anything that relates to the destruction of tho insect is of interest to a large num ber of our agricultural readers. In the u...

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. — 28 June 1871

' t i liry CSooiIm, Sir.. Soaring- MnclilncM. SnNli nml XllliiilN. )r41gN niul IlIctllciiieN. WEDNESDAY JlE Wl. OHIO. A Kuoxvlllc Jlorclmnt In Cincinnati Hcer Vniilts ISnllroiul to Knoxvlllo, Ac. Northern Ohio, June 12. Mr-w-ns.'HMTons: Since lenvliig your town I hnvo lniulo n journey of nearly n thouatul miles, nnd wmo Incidents, ice, of the trip may not be; uninteresting to your rendei!. I ."pent one day in Chntta noogn, which gave mo; an opportunity to look about the place. An hour would have been amply sulllclent to see all tho sights, but from the schedule of tho railroad trains 1 win compelled to remnin twenty-four. The ltoane Iron Company have their rail mill now in bucce.-sful operation, nnd It Is a largo atl'ulr, turning out about fifty tons of llr.-tt-clnps railroad iron a dny,and conse quently employs a largo number of hands. Knoxvlllo ought to have had these works, aid lean but think if tho public spirit had been shown which should have been, fhrv would now bo nddimr to ...

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. — 28 June 1871

Jnc,vbil(c (Slechlg OCferunitlfi, afrlctmcsban, unc as, 1871. I 4 1 ill I brt6.lcchlir-(!pbramrlcr: u. - xJ2- ,f.i..u.i.i, - -RULE & IUCICS, Publishers, Number 10 Market J'lacc, Bast Side. TKltMS OI' MTHNCIUI'TIOX. Ono dory, ono yenr 4- 00 Ons cvi; six months - ... 1 00 Ten copies, one year - W f Twenty coiIe, one year .... 30 00 KXOXV1LLE, WEDNESDAY, JUNK 2?. tVllDNICHT EDITION or th: DAILY CHRONICLE. LATEST Nir.VS AT EVERY MIUAKFAST TABLE In nil Clii cm mid Towns m tin; 1'.. T., Yn. V till. Itiillriiixl. Under the now Itnllroad thuu table, to take effect ou tbo 1st July, next Saturday) wo wlU'bc able to place the Daily Cju:on ICI.E In everyplace on the line of the East Tcnnesscc,,Vlrgii)Ia and Georgia Railroad, by curly brealcfasf. A MIDNIGHT EDITION. We have )nado arrangements to print a midnight edition, with latest Telkokawi- JO NEWS, LATEST MAUKKT RKfOltTS, and Latest Local News, so as to send it oil" on, tho .midnight train going East and the 3 A.M. train going West. HKAI...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 28 June 1871

nobUic ftaltchl) (itomclc, Mlctmcstmn, unc 28, 1871. WEDNESDAY, JUNK !, 1871. nit.cimiin conns Oflho CimoNiCLK mnilod frco td nny address on air I Mention. n.VTi:s on advi;iitisini i.v tvi:r.iu.Y. Ten lines, or less, solid, to constitute n tqunre. Mi -'& f!"H , Pi ' I I i-l ,- 3 00 C 00 8 50 4 EO 9 00 11 N) (5 (10 11 fO 11 00 7 tt) U 00 Hi W 1 oo .to no oo fc 1 Pqunro J f fi roi? n oo "... i n sis oo l squares...!.., 3 Squares JO W 14 no is oo in mi 21 to! 30 00 30 SO J7 Ml 37 SO 45 00 4 t-qunrea.... 5 Squares... 2S OO1 ta 50 GO K)I 7:. oo I oo a) tiii: cintoMor.il miimciiit i:iin. A Word To Oiir 1'rlpiiils. As announced on our flrst page, wo linvo made arrangements to givo tlio pcoplo of tlio various cities along tho lino of tho East Tennes see Virginia and (Jcorgin Hnilrond tho Daily CimoNiCLK at tlio brenkfast tubles, with latest dispatches, local news. &c., Sec. Head our nrticlo on tho flrst page. "Wo hope oUr friends will interest themselves in our be half, as by so doi...

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. — 28 June 1871

it I. $jiro girirrSS.iS?); FROM JKKUSALO: AND ATHE2SS. Inlrrpslliif; J)cirrlit Inn of Nncrwl tallies i ml 1'litcoH-CiiiloiiiH of Um; l'cople JIoilcs or Travel, Vc. "Wo nro kindly pcrmiltetl by n Inily friend nml reader of tho Chronicle to make some extracts from mi exceedingly Interesting letter, written by n gentleman formerly of this city, now traveling In the East. Ens. Chronicle. Jerusalem, April 0, Is-?.'. Wo landed at Alexandria tho 10th of March, spent a day there, and then nlnu days at Cairo. I round tho latter city ex tremely interesting. It Is one of the larg est and most characteristic of Oriental cit ies, much more so thah I had supposed. Indeed, as soon as I had landed In Egypt I found that I was in a new world. The dillerence between that country and Eu rope Is far greater than between Europe and America, not only in the language, but also In the nppcnruiico nnd customs of tho people, In all their ways of living and working. It was like being transported to tho land of...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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