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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 28 June 1871

ffinttbilk Wtchh tfjjrnmdc, Mcbncstoijj, unc 8, 1871. FHOM THE WEST. , Missouri-It?, J'coitlf,. frpfyi& 'Correspondence of the Chronicle Spuinci field, Mo.,Juuc 10, 1871. One can hardly reallso tlio flmnll epaco of tirao required to mnke ft tripfrom Knox vlllo Into the "Great West." Tuesday, -dinner nt Knoxville; supper Wednesday evening nt St. Loulf, (six hundred and fifty-seven miles away,) and Thursday evening supper at Bprlngfleld, tho centre of a rich agricultural region In tho great moving, growing, prosperous State of Mis souri. Fifty-live lioura sufllced for our transit from Knoxville to this place dis tance nine hundred miles and eight hours of that tinio spent In reposing on n good bed In the Southern Hotel at St. Louis. What n change I This country in filled tip, to a largo extent, with men formerly from our State. Wo remember, when a -boy, of seeing them getting ready to come out here. They procured good strong wagons, covered them with canvass, pre pared tents, and,...

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. — 28 June 1871

"'SEWS SUMMARY. j Tho health of Vicc-Troilorit CoWju stcnuM ly improving. ' Bovornl ehnngos havo been nintlo in thol'urk isli ministry. .' j . King Victor Kminnnilol returned to Florence withuut visiting ltomrj. yt Of It is -said 18,000 inflirgcntAimvcUeon shot tiiiie thaenpturo uf0l'rif., , Mrs'. Gen. Onirics proposes to endow sovcrnl college for fiinnlos in tho South. - Goorgo Tnto, tlio liistoriiln, died in LohdhrP on tliQ,lUtli iiit., in tho 77tli jrsur.of MsiSRe- Tlio IJonnpfirtist nro Hiwiilinc'ljirgfrsunis ot 1 money to stjeuro reproeciiintivcf in tno nou Ab.-cinhlv. ' ' " Tho pnliay of ftbolHiinc: privntccring'by tho Engrail Government hni oeon brqnclioji in l'ur liiunent. Ilonnpnrlo llostorntlonists nro using. money in France to cfl'ect tho election of delegate? to the General Assembly. a l'rinco Napoleon lins ncocpted the candidal ...... I'... l,IJ .11'.,..!.,. ., ., .1 l.ia kS.1 lulu ii mu voouiu ui uuiciui, twin 1119 titv." tion is thought to bo certuin Tho whaling fleet...

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 July 1871

r , i ' tl "IS VOL. II. :.-v 4?:. vICtfOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. JULY 5, Wi. VII IZL Our Natural Scenery, &c. -V ' NO. XXVII, i "Men, wljile they always look forvfhc woeful .and tlio substantial neeessitiesioC life, they, at the wimo time ndmlroitli beautiful. A homo does not nnswor'fli' tfurposes of a-home without the foriner'f ,nna tne patter makes one far more dcslra iile. "Wethink- wo combine in Eastern "Tennessee, "in a rare degree, both qualities! While wChave olir rich fields, ourdeHgliC ful and fertile vallics, our fine water power, our deposits of marble, stone coal,, Irpji, jhj , ;'fSlt'i)Vealf)oijiave dompof jlidfincst natural scenery on the continent. This may be' realized by merely passing through on the East Tennessee, Virginia and Georgia Railroad, or by getting on one of tho small flteamcrs that run on tlio river fromKuox ville or Loudon to Chattnnooga. Rut there arc special points which arc superb, grand, as points of observation. Passing over this line of road...

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 July 1871

$Ui0btllc (liMfchljj.jCrmjrclc, M'cuncsu-an, $uln 5,1871. 4. JULY C, 187 FAlr AND IIOarjE. - Fnrincrs'Clnlii; " , Wo observe by several of our eastern exebnnges tlint tlicao orgnnizntlons "WEDNESDAY, nXS-J?J,.uJl1ly .'"'"tLvJU.QruumcXiUhat.shc. wlUheJcit.dryJbcu.plut.Qt OUB, OH ttTclr practical uertcuis uccomc moro generally known and understood. Asluo l.-oni being tho niedluins of Impart . Jng.useful knowledge, they .servo also to keep up. a social feeling among the inhabit tanto of a neighborhood. They nrc held at ,liiu nouses oi umereut meuuers, in turn, according to circumstances, andnref attend ed by husbands, wives, sons, ami' daugh ters. A dinner or supper is usually pro- viuuu oy uio hosicss, aim n yory agreeable social tlmo is enjoyed by all parties. If the weatner permiw, tno rami or tue Host Is inspected and ovcry tiling frauklv and freely criticised. Defective fences, clumps of bushes and brambles, uoxlou weeds. neglected buildings and lawns, improper uiuiuiiK, uusuuuieu...

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 July 1871

Anovbillo (LCLUchlj. wniclc, (Ldlctincsn(f jlulp 1871. B It r Tho "Accept Nothing , Uciuocrnrr. Tho following is from the Albany (Ga. N( wa ; Tlio iloiiarturo of tlioXoitlicni.Dornoorn cy from tho true fuith of tho jmrty Htiouhl inspire tho South with a lofty .hv'iso of Holt-respect i.iul u profound U'Rurd for her own penou und material interests. Tlio tonoof tho Northern press, towurd Mr. Davis, and through him toward the people of the South, Is ample testimony that the Democrats of tho North have no morolovo lor us than have the itepublleans, and. Hlioulil remind its of their villainous de ceittion. duplicity, and treachery in IfiliO-l. About the only dijlurenco between a modern Northern Democrat, with tliutiuw deimrturo tdiell on his bnck, and a North ern Jlcmibllcnn, is tho diJleruneo between ins and oiits, or tweedledum and teedle dee. Thcreforo wo hold that It is the duty of tho South to stand linn by tho fnUIi of their fathers, adhero Immovably to tho principle of republican ...

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 July 1871

UrasbUlc Wtt) flYonklc, Mctovcstrnj, uin 5, 1871. V Sbc (lalcchln dThvonirle. BULE & RIOKS, Publishers, Number 19 Market Place, East Side. ti:ui.n or Nimscnirriox. Ono cojiy, ono yenr S2 ( Ono copy, six montlu , (0 Ten coicJ, one year, .......... ......... 1G CO Twenty coi-Ics, ono yenr So 00 KKOXVILLE, "WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, STATU CKATKAI, COaiailYTUIi Meeting- Called. The members of the State Central Com nilttee of tho Republican lmrty of tli Stnto of Tennessee will asscmblo In tho city of Nnshvllle, on Monday the 10th tiny July next, to consider mutters of import mice connected with the interest of tli Republican parly in tho State. A full attendance is earnestly requested IIoisAcn II. Harrison, Chairman State Central Republican Com mittee. The members of the State Central Com mittee for East Tennessee aro Hon. George Andrews. Hon. A. M. Cate, George "W, Ross, James A. Galbraith and W. F Yardiey. Thero should be n full ntten dance. Eds. Chronicle. INDEPENDENCE DAY. Tho rising su...

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

$nobillc (Lalcckln 0iutlc, Mctmcstrnj), $.ui 3, 1871, "WE DN E3 DAY, JULY o, 1871. (tPECIJIBS coi'ir.s Of the CmiONlci.E wailed free to any address on nii I llcntion. jtATr.N or Aivi:itTiu.o ix wi:i:kiy. Ten lines, or less, solid, to constitute a square. 8I-4CK. ! 5 a I 1 fviunro 2 Squares , 3 Squares , 4 Squares 5 Squnrcs 12 Squares 1 60,3 3 M 3 Ul illl 4 50 n eo 7 M IS 00 p no 11 P0 14 00 30 00 x U " $ t 50 S 0 W) 8 9 00 31.1 00 8 60 10 80 1"' fO 27 00 UN) 14 AO 23 50 37 50 11 00 11 00 30 00 45 00 Hi 50 2.1 (10 ."0 &0 55 50 33 00 00 00 75 001 00 00 For Seed, nt i2l-Gtw2t Stock Pons. P. SI. "Williams' . JJnrrlcil. At tlie bride's residenco, in Loudon, Tennes see, on tho ovening of tho 27th instant, by Iter. John "W. Maim, Mnj. John L. Hurst, to Miss Rowcnn Josephine Alcxnndcr. May pencB attend their futuro hours. And fortune strerr their puth with tlowcrs. Accident. Yestordny morning n little daughter of Mr. John L. Hudiburg met with n narrow escape. Tho child, who is only abou...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 5 July 1871

nobilk Mtdiljj Chronicle, Mtimcstmjj, $ulj) 3, 16:71. WEDSKtfDAY JULY S, 1871. STATKMKNT 01' OKX. N. 15. rOKKHST. Senator Ilrounlow ItcpHcs. The telegrnuliie iliwpatelicb from Wash ington, publiHlieil in the rmpors tills morn ing give a brief synopsis of his testimony before the Congroesionul Kuklux Com mittee, which ia as follows ; lien. Forrest wns for four hours before the committee. Ho said if luilslux had over existed in Tennessee it was on lie count of l5row"nlow'8iroolnniHtion,tjf 1K07, eaylng to the rrillltla they would Hot bo molested fof outrages upon and punish ment of rebels, and because or the appre hension of injury to persons and property, as manv negroes had left their homes and were prowling through the, country with arms in their lmndsj Unit certainly no Bueh organization lins oXistod in Tennes see since 1S0S, and that the people are lis law-abiding and deprecate disturbances as much ns thoM) living North?" ' On account of the operations of the lut klux klan, it is...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 5 July 1871

.list .il it .it" :'..iOii!X1joi rrnlrlcs. ' Cancfr'oiidcncboflhaChrotiiclcif Jbt-l Kt. Louis, Juno 21, 1870. T linvo jut rcturnctl from n trip tfl Clio prnlrleH of Folk ntul Hickory counties, In this State. A few ilnyfl were spent very ltlcnxMitly'nmong frlcnifo In thp neighbor hood of llonilo. The community there In ninilc tit) lurge ly of Teniiessccnns, nil of whom grcc ouo with nn old fashioned Tenlies&ecSvcIconic. Hondo 1'ostolllco 1b sltunted on tho enst Hide of the twenty-five mllo nmlrle. nnd on tho rtHuMcftdlng from Bednlln to Spring Held, Mo., mid though forty miles from fi rnilrriml, linx n fccriilnr llnllv uinil. Btindhvs excepted. The ribovd mentioned prnlrlo 1st " -oncof thorlchritt'trncts'of Hind in Bouth- . . ,nyestpniiMls.sourl. iNVhercver Improved it an eovcreu wmi me nnci crops 01 corn, wheat, oats, timothy, fruit. &c, that We 1 sl.iurlmveihnd thdnriviletrc of bcliolilltiir. It Is x'euUv rollliiL'. and from tho silent cml- aicntoM to bo found hero Mid ther...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 5 July 1871

jftttflcbilU aatcchly ,flmdc, ffifrfrmsfrflir, Ixtnc as, ISA. why TRirTnoE NAKrnr LisVtd'n tftlc well worth the enr Of nil who wit and seme admire J Invcntel it Is very clear Some nges prior to Mntliew Trior. Fnlscliood nnd Truth, "upon ft time," Ono dny in Jtino'a delicious wentlier, ('Twns in n distant ago nnd climo) Liko sister, took a walk together. (Jn, on tncir merry wiiy iiitj , Through frngrant wood and verdant meadow,) To where ft beech beside a brook jk' II Invited rosl beneath its Hmdow. Tlicro, sitting In tho plcasnnt shade, Upon the margin's grassy matting, l A vrlvnt cushion rendv made). Tho young companions fell to chatting, "Wrtnf 1rl1Un in vdit,l HUrnurto. On this nnd that their tongues were running, As habit bid each speak perforce,, Tho ono is frank; tho other cunning. Fftlsohood, nt length, impatient grown With scandnls of her own creation, Said, "Sinco we two are quito nlono, . And nicely screened from observation, Supposo in this delightful rill, , Whllo nil nr...

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. — 12 July 1871

HWUJ03 3 YOL. II. , a a o omwasmwEi tenn'., -Wednesday, july 12, is7i. $0. 16. " 1 " J ; ...nm ... . FACTS, ABODT -EAST TENNESSEE. .From Our Correspondents. NO. XXVIII. 1 Every mull continues to bring uh in quires from nil parts ot the country about East Tennessee. Many say tiley are com ing soon to make their homes here, while hundreds of others express themselves as being favorably Impressed with East Ten nessee anil want to know still more about our climate, soil, mineral resources, Ac. Hero is a fair hvpeelmeit of lotters which arc reaching us every day : Ckdak Kaiuds, IotrA, July 1?, 1871. Mettrj., Jlule .j llicfo. (Jents: As I nm intending to go to Kast Tennessee in nbout threo months, I would like iu ioi uiyroK eome nuout uio country befbro shirting. Please send mo ono cony of your pa per for three montlis, I will remit immediately h..-ihui urn copy. i iei;c ua not ilisniv v ..... uaiUGuiuiy you, 11. M. .Soui.i:. Wo Ciltt only say to Mr. Koulo that we Will take much pleasure-...

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. — 12 July 1871

$irofrilb mut&u Arrack, ttbiu $kIi 12, 1871. 2 3 "WEDNESDAY, . . . " . . . JULT 12, 1871, Tvitai AND HOME. W'hnt Well Mnuiircd Worn out Land will do Judge W. W. Gooilrinsture lintl, lnnt fen Mon, on Ills farm In Overton county, Ten nessee, near Livingston, n lino crop of liny from n pnifill tract of land. From loilr niid n half acres, sown in timothy and clover, at the first cutting the Judge took 31,000 pounds of hay. At thcHccond cutting (the same season) nbout 15.000 poiinds were ob tained innklng 40,000 pounds in all. The clover arid timothy were as high as a innnM waist, and very thick on the grouiid, nhd about etiunl parts of each were sown. This crop was raised on land that had, us tho phrase is, been "worn out," and was considered poor land, having a clay subsoil a light clay loam. On about two acres of this land hogs had been pastured and fattened for two years. On the other portion of tho four and u half acres stable manure was spread broadcast quite freely. On the par...

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. — 12 July 1871

ssr- iit ut .TeflVrson County Items. New StAl'jtKT,-lTjlt'Vj:itrffi.y Cftt sf v, i . July 1H-1, GkntiIemEN i-Thb" .lelUjrscin Ooiiiity Board of Education ! hold Its BucojUt meet ing Iii Now Market on tho 2!tll ultimo. Twenty diStfleta -wciro retlresentcd by tlllr-r ty-filii. IVmimisslonenL Tlirco mcmbcra or tlm JSTcW Mttf'ket Bonrd orUducfilloit Werq litoii, lion., whA rc-cfc'cletf ClinhWhif, mi U.' 'J'tcrJo'fJotrl'tni'y. " H6ortf of t!ic' 'vurI6fis committees fm pointucl at Uio previous) meeting weto" then called. ' ' ' " . Qiiltd ft filll hfld elaborate report was m-csentnd liv thti VrSmiiilttCo oh tlio modo of cxnitiinliifc tenehcrg'ntiU itio Maudnld' of quhlincatlona. This report contained, re ally, the course of Mudy for dlllerent grittles prlnltiry, ItitcrhiedliiltJ and collo Kiate requiring teaehcriJ Id bo examined 111 nnd heenmo fiuniliur wl,h Bald studies. It was a full and complete) course of study, a high standard being set up. The mode of examination was to be In the mai...

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. — 12 July 1871

SDbt Mc'cliln Cthronicle. , UTILE & HICKS, Publishers, Number 10 Market Place, East Side. rr.ioi.N oi' sdjischii'TIox. Ono coj.y, ono yenr, - $2 (0 One copy, tlx months, 1 00 Ten copies, one year 16 to Twenty copies, one year. 30 00 KNOXVILLE, "WEDNESDAY, JULY 12. HOT HARMONIOUS. The "new departuro" has been product ive of anything hut harmony In the Dem ocratic ranks". Tho two factions one for the new departure and ono ngainst nre going for each other in a highly refreshing way. A. II. Stephens refuses to accept the Pennsylvania Democracy as "friends or allies," and denounces them as "seekers af ter the spoils" and declares that he will have no alliance with them. He pours hot shot into the ranks of tho new departure Ists, through the columns of his paper, the Atlanta Sun, In a way that is lively. The -Bclma Argus, assaults tho Montgomery Ad vertiser, clearly charging that that Jour nal is not keeping the faith, and is un worthy of filename Democrat. The Advcr titer retorts and...

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. — 12 July 1871

r WEDNESDAY,. JULY 12, 1871. nim:ci.hi:n conns Of tin CnnoNirtR mailed free to any nddrcs on p licatlon, KJtATXS Or AUVr.ltTIKINO IN WKKKIiY. Jen Hem, or let. solid, to constltuto a square. a s o I 4 s hpick. p p pj S " tH M W M C 1 Square ft 1 SO $ 3 M 4 M fi ffl 0 00 $1R 00 2 Squares...... S CO 0 00 8 60 10 M lfi .0 27 00 JPquares 4 SO 9 00 11 fiO 14 60 23 60 37 fO Pquar 0 00 11 60 14 00 HOO 30 00 46 00 5 Squaros...... 7 60 14 00 HI 60 3 00 ft" 60 55 60 lJ6inarM .1 18 00 DO 00 23 00 TO 00 76 00 W OO Ktnelt Venn. P. at. Williams'. For Sood, nt vi4-Ctw2t A ntl.Tobnccv llpcllnir. Tho meeting for organizing nn nntl-Tobacco Society in East Tcnncssco will bo hold in the jQ& Methodist Churcli next Thursday. XotlCP. My oflico is nt tho old stand, McGhco Block-, up 8TAins, whero I will bo found nt all times, ready to pay tho bct prices for produce. Givo mo a call. W. II. AVilsok, vi29-lwdw2t 'Successor to "NVIIson & Co. IHcil. On Thursday, July Oth, 1871, ntthe residenco of her fat...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 12 July 1871

SSMwiM (Sftwmfcfo. "WEDNESDAY JU ,2 1871. rokmhli: "kailiioaw accident. Tlircc Ous 1'nll l'ry loci Ino ll'C lTnr polli lllycr., , ' L Soiontt'Oii I'criotis lilllcilimtl Titenlj'-MIx . Voumtcit. i . KinxoiiS OiiifoNj i.k: Iiulopentlcrico Pay wn; ushered 1n this nloi'il tjii!tl Iht (loipest global, the n'ioSt'lliteiiso tilrxlefy, untl the deepest exoitenient that vraW ever nvnr. l-loiii-nifln this erminniiilt v i no qui- ,.-,,r,l lmnnil Irniii .oh tlio KtisllVillo Vni-tlnvforn llunil Hint luft this city at S:20 lnBtoveniiiB met with a frightful ac cident near Neusom'a Ktution wllllu cross-, in,' tlio bridge over Unrncth river, abdut is miles from the city, at about liaif past nine o'clock. " , " HOW THI2 AC'Cnij'.NT irAiU'i'.Ntin: ' The trnin, which was a Very light oriu, was passing oyer the bridge, tlie purine and baggage car haying passed the fatal, bnot in safety, the (jngino having cleared ' the bridge and the baggago car over :far' enough to more Ulan balance it over the awful p...

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. — 12 July 1871

AXQTHEIt K. K.K. OUTRAGE. There Uttoflfetitl ve Kegrotu (he SuhJrrU of their Connrdlfeln tli'3rd Civil UUIrlct at Hamilton Contity. Mkssus. Editohh : Not many months feack the ixjoiiIo throughout thin country wore living in i)cnco mid harmony, only -disturbed occasionally by tlio news of ku Jtlux klnnn prowling mound in nomu dis tant country ; ruul ninny of olir cltlzend even denying tlio existence of niiy Mich nn organization. Hut suddenly they wore arrested In their bright career of pence nnd rovlncf among cheerful hope.1 ot future quiet, to "hear the news that n colored man nail been severe ly whipped with a drawing chain by tho kuklux Klnns. t;ul several othors hnd re ceived frco tickets to leave the neighbor Hood, this Happened, i ocjipvc, nuqut tuc 13th of Febrtinry last. Everything cooled down In .that ndlghborho&d, lor a while only About thoSOth of June", tho news wns going tlio rounds that Mr, Flowers, a color red Justice of tho Peace in Chattnnooga, had crossed tho dea...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 12 July 1871

my two Hi;.inrxs, IY TUG AUTffirP ftofW lUrTirAX? (IKNTLE MAN. I. Dnc strfcttiuoE dtit under m; w r r i. V A 1 Its nrmB to tne uii!iiii"u iiricht; Ynnrlv crows taller, stronger, Sloro voc.il With grecrl do iciil. Tho other boncftth a churfch tower . Sings 'n "s dulcct,tonM. r -tt "Wiillo Its foots croep .tenderly doyfjiwtiraj Into tlto burled bone?. One nil nlKhl long through it branches Steal tremulous murmurs deep.. And 1 think, 'VNow llio other whisper As softly o'er them thnt sloop. "When ono is nllvo with humming Of bees In its blossoms brnvc, I know thnt the other is dropping Sweet honey-scents over tho grove. Fnr in tho distant futuro Both of ny limes 1 see, Tho ono us n gnrden glory. Tho other n church-yard tree. But cncli vill prniso God, trcc-fiishion. As on the centuries roll : And 1 ? I slmll praUo llim also. "With my dead as n living soul. From Harper's Magatintor July mit AlUe. Punch, speaking for tho trade unions, "WVintnvnr ilifV TllftV tell 118.' Mr says . Tho rules...

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. — 19 July 1871

,11, r ate ,.7. . J" J? H J 5f " YOL. II. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. JULY 19, 1871. NO. 16. FACTS ABOUT. EAST TENNESSEE. Interesting Facts from Counties. Sevmjil NO. XXIX. Wo have received several interesting letters from friends In various parts of East Tennessee, which contain facts of in terest to those of our readers seeking in formation concerning tills section. First on tho list is a letter of great inter est from n friend in Morgan county fully alive to the importance of immigration, ami well qualified to write of his county. His letter is a model of brevity and news, and wo liopo to hear from him again. Morgan county lies just North of Roane, and near the Kentucky line. But wo leave our correspondent to tell of Its advan tages : Waiithuiio, Moimax Co., Tknn., 1 JulylOlh.lS.l. To the Editor of the Chronicle: I would that you could find spare timo to visit Morgan county, and take a few notes and bearings. Wo have hero a coun ty the most naturally interesting in East Tennesse...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 19 July 1871

$notille WMu muk, tbmakg, Mu W ISM. WEDNESDAY JULY 19, 1871, ita.:r.m: and iiomk. Helpful Hints for HouscwIt. " oitANor. ciir.Ar. One pint cream, yolks of throe eggs, six Dunces powdered sugar, one orange; mix uiorougiiiy, ncni, mm sur till com. CllHAM I'll:. Take flH much thick nwnct nrnnm ns will 1111 your plo dish, to which add tho whites of two eggs beaten to n froth, and sugar cnougn to suit your taste ; llavor wttn icmon. TOMATO OMKLKT. llnnf lin olv nivmi lull' twm 4 nli1rtcir-t tt fit 1 1. of Hour, with a little butter; and add sonic eait aim pepper, reel lour tomatoes, and chop very line. Stir all together anil fry. Oyster omelet Is made In the same way. substituting a dozen chopped oysters for inc tomatoes. keek1 sti:ak. In broiling a beef steak, whenever the coals uinzo up lrom tno drippings, n pinch of salt thrown upon them will instantly extinguish tho llames. lly carefully at tending to this matter, you .may hnve your steak broiled or chicken crisped, but not Bcorched,...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
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