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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 2 August 1871

DEMObitXfio' 'fcfmrttiWi6N,iiy ' xew- YOUK. More lHIls tYblcli Aro l'crlinjts "Korll tnnt." The Mayor wiys that tlio Comptroller1! account lmll nil bo published In full. Wo know, nnU ho knows. Hint ho dtrc not keep this promise, for whenever tho City nccoutils see tho light, fnuul on n much renter Hcalu than those revealed In the County accounts will ho brought homo to tho nuthoiltles. In the meantime, we con tinue, our quotations from tho Controller' books, nnd wo say again that tlie accura cy 01 tno copies given in our columns can not bo impugned. Tho principle accounts given to-ilay is that of Kcyecr & Co., nnd, ,it will lie rccji that tho hifls of tuK llouriHhing linn ycro for plumltci-H'' work hnd gns-llttfngi All tho warrants were drawn in 1S00 and 1870. and tho hulk of the work purports to have been dtflio.in 1808,-"l!3CtaiiU 1970. . -Tlio llrst bill itlotie goes further unclalum 1K08. An imnienfo nmount of plumbing nnd gns lltting wns done In theminorlcs nnd drill rooms ...

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. — 2 August 1871

jBmgbHlt ggtthte , jfam)t, pnt?fjiWllngi;?t & ,1671, 8 - - sot to in: ncAitr.i: (In connection w ith ournrticleionUioGcrimin Preparations for War nml tlio fumoiis "llat tlo of liorldnR" boinb-shoU tho following poetry which wo' find in the Manchester' 'finnifn, (Knglajul; will be of inlcr.t.-lKiis. Ciimm- clh.1. ivisliton Jtult Hill ! Ju-uiiis don't author wool I , t J Your DurUilip llfdit Wn.t do. ' Ts'or Armada dumber two: I'm you cannot frishten Hull Not to-ilny - : , w Anyway I . ' "'i, ytw euiinot rright Hull i Yon think to frighten Unit With your Genitalis wonderful JJtlt he knows whut ho's about, And he clown' t fenr Saur Kraut . And you cannot frighten Hull- ' Not just now Anyhow t Oli, you cannot frighten Bull I You think to frighten Bull That in ships ho s not the pull i "Which is possible, but then lie has cot thu pull in men. And you will not frighten Dull Jfnt jut yet ' You may betl ' " No, you cannot frigiitcn Hull ! You cannot frighten Bull "W ith much cry and lit...

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. — 9 August 1871

I w. A M i .ai I or m m i mi in i i. -t m I ia- A nj VOL. II. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 9, 1S71. NO. 19. FACTS ABOUT BAST TEMVKSSEE. More Information About Duck- NO. XXX It. Our correspondent nt Duektown .sends ns the following additional items from tho copper regions, which will bo found Inter esting to nny one who may be Interested in the mineral resources of East Tetincsfcce: Dl'CKTOWJf, Pour Co.,Ti:n.v., August., 1871. Just east of the Burr-Burr mine Is upor tion of this same lliwassee vein that 1ms never been tested. A lew hundred yards further east, and on the name vein, is the London mine now Abandoned. In 18.34, nt this mine, black copper ore wns discov ered and taken out just a few feet from the surface. It is said to have been a very rich mine as long as the black ore held out. A test for yellow ore has never been made. Still east of this and on the same vein is situated the Must Tennessee mine. This is the only place at Ducktowu where, 'it present, any quantity ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 9 August 1871

-W.'i.U'rtia.l"?!!1 $iio6i& Wittlxh flferomclt, Wiclinct&M), ixQZt ff, 1$7L WEDNESDAY, AUGUST S. .1871.. . . rino hc(i lu Teiiiicssi'o. Ono of tlio most notetl (locks of lliie- woolctl sheen ill tlilneounbrv. is llnU. which wus fountled by Mr. Mark R. C'ookrill, many years since, near Nashville, Teiiue." seo. Mr. 0. when quite youiitf he I now liioroj-lian fmir.'-eouio years wont to New England, mid returned willi mivwi nliot'P, driving them on foot the en tiro distance. They were ."'elected fioni tho dilleieiit fami lies of the Merino, being uhielly Saxon and silitan. They found u congenial home, in-ro.t-ii (l ranhiiy in nuintioi-H.aiul improv ed in sl.e of eurciuv, an welj as tti.iu(.(y and quality of licece. In lS-M, Mr. C. mani fested the proper enterprise in placing samples of the wool on exhibition in the American Department of tho London Ex hibition of JS'A; from thereporton which, now before us, we take the following: "Mr. Coekrill : The wool transmitted by tills exh...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 9 August 1871

n0billc ftalethl! (0mdc, faLlcbncstmn, 0 , 1871. 3 Ollt OKORUU M2TTKR. i'rop About 'ilncoii KuKlifx Out" up ' Projects Itiillroail . MlI.liKIKIKVII.Li;, Ukoikiia, July Ultli, 1871. Vc aro having, In this region of Georgia, u drought which IsscrlouHly uH'cuting thu corn crop. Bmnu localities in Mldillo Ocorgin lmvc boon favored with nhowern; and in such) thu corn piospect is better. Tho "acreage" (sueli i tlie new term) In corn la proportionally very large here, constituting fully olie-thlrd of our culti vated lauds. Heretofore but u Hinall area was devoted to corn. " King cotton " claims the rest. Tho cotton crop is .begin-, nlng to look more promising under the burning July suns of tills climate. At best, however, Middle Georgia will scarce ly ptoduco half tho cotton she did last year. So I believe with tho whole South, lint that is not to be regarded as u calam ity. Tjarge crops, small prices ; small crop, largo prices. Buch has been our prist ex perience. Our crop of small grain ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 9 August 1871

ftmrcbillt SStochijj (jomtIc, Mcbntgbnjy, xQmt tf, 1871. RULE & BICKS, Publishers, Number 10 Market Place, J-Jatt Xidc. tkujih ' wmwcniiTiox. One copy, ono year .. t2 00 One cory, six inonthf 1 00 Ten copies, ono year 1G SO Twenty copies, one year 30 00 "WEDNESDAY, AUGUST '., 1871. WEEKLY SUJIMAKY OF NEWS. loitnuJ.v. There Is great uneasiness in Europe .over tlio progress of thu cliolerii. Kilbrts nro bcinp made to movent its s prcad. The modornto cniidldiitvs weto generally successful in thu Into election In tho lloimui States. Political difficulties uxist in Moxieo. Tho French have alarming now from Algeria. Tho insurgents arc committing hor rible atrocities. Negotiations uro in progress in tho French Assembly to prolong thu power of M. Thiers. Tlio siege of Pans will be raised on tho 15th inst.- Excitement still rovails in Mortroal concerning Cuban enlistments. Con siderable Foiiinn disturbances occurred in Dub lin on Sunday, as u result of tho royal visit. Troubles continuo ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 9 August 1871

ft I ftnojfbtdc (&tcchlj 0nrclci, Mcbiicsbajr, &U0itst fl, 1871. I'ATIir.K FIN'.M'.flAVN f.Kim'ltUt AUGUST !t, 1871. WKDNKSDAY, . . Of the CiwoNlci.r. mulled frco to any address on up l Mention. :itATr.s or aivi:utinixo i.v vi:i:ki.y. Ten Hues, or (tt, -olid, to constitute n squnrc. 2 ti o I ! S 0 ffl;? OO'Slfl 00 10 fiOl lfi f0 27 no 1 1 fiOl 21 fiO :t7 ft) IS 00 .TO 00 IM of)! 31 M rt) 00 1 73 00 "IS p a I a o FTACK H ' H S - J O - 1 ?.itnro Os 1 TiOj 3 m J I AO 2 ?iuares .1 3 W R ft)! .1 Squares 4 SO 0 00 11 M); 4 Square 0 00 11 ft) II 00! SSquiuc" 7 ft) 11(H) 111 Ml i2Sqtinn-i I is oo 80 00 :a ooi 4.1 tut C5 .V) !0 01) To Our I'l'iulcrs. "Vo liopo nono of our renders full to look over (ftrcrully every wook our advertisement. Near ly every rentier will Unci ioti)ovhcro in the ad vertising column a something to hi inlrrist. 'flint rn, tftn Otlll .rwwl ImfWiiini ,i.l niMiil chances to suvc money in tho ndvortisomcnts, of business men, which nro nlivttys nl interest to livo ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 9 August 1871

Jn0billc tSffcchljj onitk, Mcbntsbnji, August 1871 "NVKDNKSDAY AUGUST 0, 1871. Tho 'cw Vork Disaster. AVo glvo the following pnrtlctiliira of the terrible explosion ntXew York on Sunday, which we tnke from a ypeeliil (iimtch to tho itouricr-Joitnuil; , , The concussion wns terrific, shattering tho forward part of the uont niul killing and scalding a great number of people. The hurricane dock was carried overboard, and fell over a largo number of persona In the water who were drowned. The scene was beyond description. Men were struck dumb with their loss of wives and little ones, and women were distracted nt, lmvinir loit their husbandaand children. while the llttlo children are crying for their parents who nro lost. The front end of tho boiler was suddenly blown out, lodging on the bow, thirty feet distant. The lorwani pari 01 mo uo-at upper cabin and nil, wns Instantly shivered nml kiiI It. Into ii thousand nieces. As an eve-witness expressed it, "The forward rmrt of the boat was l...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 9 August 1871

$n0(nllc JStfccMjj (0mclf, MebncsMir, August fl, 18551 THK TAMMANY FRAUDS. MciUcnl. Hardware ami Cutlery. Ilcnl Rstatc. Democrat IcKascal I (r Kxnosod The 'Insur rection of Capitalists." The Timm of Pntunlny, ImuicU a supple ment In German and American, to Hs;!()0, '000 extra edition. in summing up Its exposures to date, the Time wiyc : I. That during tho years ISO!) and 1870, ooo "y BOVl,rnmL,ltsnunt,lt'l'UMtft'1'0UU" In tho J'hlrml Jtiutycl of Xorth German f'oufedemtlon for 1871, tlio total eslinintod r. venuo is a littlo over Ml. 01)0,000. New York spends under the .Democrats n-i much money as fS derived from thoFed iral ineomeof Htatos nuniiierlnp!!s,om),000. II. Tlie sum approplated in j71 for the maintenance of the (Jermuli Federal Nuyv wastureeand a half millions of dollars. " IH. Tlicaum paidlntwoyeai-sawrpoi-tnmt of wo id-work and furnishings for the now Court- Ioubo reached utmost exact Iv tho same sum. IV. The Department of Foreign Atiidrs of the Xorth German Confederatio...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 9 August 1871

JhimbUIc ftSIwhljj (ftljronirU, Mtbncsimn, $ai fl, 187). 8 Tin: i.rrri.n oni:s. IIIdliiR licr grandmamma's klttlnK nnwnyr " Teaching tho kittens their Icttors in piny, Clambering up tdtlrt) tnblenml sliolf. Having n ten jmrty nil ly herself. Unlet n mlmito, in mischief, no doubt, Pulling tho needles niul thimbles nbout, Hewing her npron. dnmuro ns you plcnsc ; ; Any ono got such n dear littlo tenso? "Printing her hands in the soft, tempting flour, Tumbles nnd bumps twenty times in nn our; Tniiglinff thoynrn nnd unraveling tho lnce, Doing it nil with tho prettiest grace, 31 other is scolding her very bud girl, Says that sho seta tho wliolo hoilso in n whirl; Looks nt her pouting there down at her knees, Clasps to her heart ngnin dear little tense. a ar.M. If n pilgrim lias been shndowed lly a treo that I hnvo nursed ; If u cup of clear cold water 1 hnvo raised to lips nthirst; If I've planted ono sweet flower By nn vUi too barren way j If I'vo whispored in tho midnight Only ono sweet...

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. — 16 August 1871

-sr -r wi3SSter "JIr I 1 $ ST ! 3 jCS JmOXrEN.EWESDAY, uAUGTTST 16, 1871 NO. 20. . k -tt r 2I EAST-TENNESSEE. Tlic Ciambcrluml Tabic Lands, Woglvu tho-fellbV'lhg letter, which will prove of interest to every ono hiivliig an yo .to thu celebrated Cumberland tnblc lnndst ' ' ' ' Cihwsvii.m:, Cu.miii:ktjANO Co.,Tkn'n-., .. ., . , July SMfct, 1808." ' Miissns. Jttn.K & Kicks : Gentlemen.' Knowing of your wish to make known outside the borders of our own Stnte. our advantages of climate.' soil. water, mill privileges, i;c., I nvhll myself or your journal to give information to tlie people of tlio North, of the? exceeding sa lubrity of our ellniate, the fertility of our soil under a fair system of farming, and the great and many advantages to bo se cured by them in coming from the terrible winters whlch-they oirilurtjJ'Ru'dj from the rich ands'ieklyAprairIes,VrT "Which they witness, thei.Wnstinix of tliolt- 'families, to tjils climate, so .gonial nnd promotive 'of physical com tori an...

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. — 16 August 1871

JUiaririlfe SMfthlg 0mel, attcbttwbaff, &upt 1B?1. IxwmWU Wwhty (StUvcwiAt WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1871, Farmers Aroused. The following communication we find In tho Hogcrsvillc Reporter and we give 11 a place in our'coTumn honing 1,hat the farmers In every county throughout East Teuneuseo will form n similar club. "Wo think each farmer competing MiouUl be required to furnisll a statement of the kind of laud, its condition, quality of fer tilizers, how applied, tho kind of wheat sowed and tho time of sowing : New Canton, Thnn., Aug. 7, 187,1. Mnssus Editors i Wc wIbii, through the column!) of your paper, to make this proposition: liet twenty farmers of Haw kins county form a club by sending their names to the olllccoftho llcporlcr the object of which shall bo for our mutual benefit as follows : Every man who sends In Ills namo will be considered n member of the club, and will be required to sow five acres of ground in wheat this fall, ma nuring and putting tho ground in as good llx...

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. — 16 August 1871

Totlic-Mctllca! TrorcsslonorKastTcimcsscr. The attqtitton of, tlio PliyslclniiH of EiisiTeiinesseo Is called totlio fullowlnivs olutloimof tliuEtistTeiiii.,Mo(lleal Socie ty, ospi'clnlly tpsuvli poitlinisofit asreltitcsi to lliu ".Special sessions," nnd ft is hoped that the Physicians In each county will proceed at onee to orniinlzo and put In op eration such Special sessions and fend up their reportH uild nominations as required in soctlotiH 7(8 nnd !)', before the meeting of the annual session hi Oct. Jlosolvcd, That the kcssIoiih of the Medi cal yocioty of KnstTennpfieo Hhnllhodeslg nated limf known as the "Annual .Session," "The Komi nunual Session," and "The Special Session for. county." 'f ho "annual session " shall he held in thu month of October of eaoh and every year. "Tho scinl-anmnd session" shall bc helil In tho month of May of each and (;v- ury year. "Tlio special session ror county" shall ho held once In (null nnd. ev ery; moiith of each and every year, nnd oftunor If ...

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. — 16 August 1871

RULE & RICKS, Publishers, .JMtyl&rrt 10 Market Place, Jiasl Side.3 Ti:n.tiN or si'iisciimtiox. Ono copy, ono year, - 00 One copy, six month 1 00 Ten copies, ono year . 10 60 Twenty copter, ono year,...? .' 30 00, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1871. WEEKLY SUJni.YHY OF NEWS. ronr.KJN. ,- Tho nVnl visitors left Dublin with cottl treat ment. The insurrection in Algeria Is reported suunrced. The Geriniiin lmvo commenced evncuntinir tlio torts on tho north nnd cart of Pnrif. McMurM nro boing taken for tlio estab lishment of a German church separate from State, and embodying otlior progrrssivoprinci Jilos. Tlio rrcsidcntinl election in Liberia, .Mny id, resulted in tho selection of Huberts for I res ident nnd Gardner for Vico l'resident. Hussia is rapidly adopting l'rusin's military orgnnitti tion. Tlio Mont Cenis tunnel U a success ; an nouncement is made that it will bo opened in September. Stringont measures have been ta ken by tho imperial government nt Uerlin to prevent the spread of...

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. — 16 August 1871

$itjo.d)i((c i&lcchln (iD)nmttlc icbrtcsbair, August 115, 1871, WEDNESDAY, WOl'STin, 1871. Mi'r.:i.ur..v corn: Of tlio CimoNici.F. mailed frro to nny address on ap ilcatton. ijt.vrr.s or .vnvr.it risi.vt; iv vi;i:ki,y, Ten lines, or l6s.,' solid, to ooiislltiilo ft fijtinrr. a ' I e P p I s -i to ! -i o .2 1 R.iu.iro J i m t n w s fji. r. Mi? n m sis no 2 5- unrc...' '.j ( 6 00 f Hit 10 Ml IP. 01 27 (10 :ifiqunrc....yi 4 Ml ( 11 U) II SOt 21 Ml S7 TO 4 Siiiiro i lit. II M, It f) frf W SO (10 4.r. Oil 5P.i,i.r.- 7M 14 00, 111 M, 2S 10 .111 M IW H) 12Kqn:irr...i IS 00. flO HO' El OH I ft) OOi 7o 00 PO 00 ncntli rmi Olil 'lllr.cu. 'Tho'Nnshvillo llnnurv lirinir us intollicenco of tho death of Mr. Jacob Fronch, fiitlicr of Jo5o French, Assistant Secretary of State, nnil M old citizen ol Nashville. NimmIii.V Kcliool Olctiriitfoli. "Vo lnirn tlmt tlio Sunday School ivt Kbonc xer. Win. X. Price. Sut.crintendont.will lmvo n celebration on tho2'ith int to which nil Sun- .day-"-uliools nr...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 16 August 1871

ffiwririllt Mtcklv (fcfrranitlc, ftelebncslmn, KQit Hi, 1871. 0 o 1 "WEDNESDAY, . . . AUGUST 10, 1871., LV.K'.S Sl'KUKXDKH. The Trulli About That Important Ceremony. Vr,..n nl.l mill NCW. I It 1ms boon popularly loiKirtod that the first Interview uoiAveun mo vu utiiuiiiium .J i.ink- iilnce under an apple true, which h is consequently boon crowned with hla tri, Ms-oointloiis. This la false. The fact is, that in the morning of the !th of April, General Leo, wiiu n Bingio nieiiiuor of his BtntV, was rusting im.ler an apple tree, when Colonel JSaococu, or uciienu ('rant's stall', rode up under a ling of truce saying that If OenernI Leo remained where lie was, General Grant would come to him by the road the latter was then pursuing, This was tho only interview under or near the apple tree, and It may be nientloijfcU here that the following day Colonel Mai shall, who attended General Leo rfn the occasslon, was surpised to llnd I-edertU soldiers haeking at the tree, and was amused at their...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 16 August 1871

gtaro&Ub fflttccIUg omdc, MflmtsTm& $flgust J'fi, Wl7 i Sliirormntlon 'WflHtctl; Messrs. r Emtoiib s 'The ohjcct' of this communication lit to elicit Information. Mount county subscrlbou $l0,O0O in aid of :tho Knoxvlllo mill Charleston Railroad, .and paid the tamo in her coupon bonds, running thirty yearn and bcnrlnp (J per ccnt. interest, llad these teen juillclouxly :Md honestly applied to the purpose for which they were Intended, tho pcoplo of rthc county would havo realized, in tho en hanced value of their lands hnd in tho In creased facilities for trndo and travel, pe cuniary benelit corresponding 'with tho ihcavy Durthcti wiich thoy had imposed ipoii themselves by tho Issuance of said bonds. But, it is said, that this has not been done; lliht the oMcCrfl of tho Kuoxvllle and Charleston Railroad Company sold $30,000 6f Ulount county, bonds to. Joseph A. ihibry, ori a credit, atld without any security j that subsequently ho executed a noto to tho Company for tho purchase...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 16 August 1871

wix.i:ma. r?sTciy,tii5Reiuu!rBrpt(tirviw,i!rr If'iUn I! iov Call- tiddcnly aliened her gHdnn gate, nujli Hooded tlio world with UlonThyn)eS:f'Hon.it?lf Hhlrji!? Mi), lnr eivlo IimTjooK. mid from cMer lo "cover is redolent with inspiration, ns wq nro euro nny ono will bollovo win) reiuHlliolbUowintr extract1 from "UiaTaloofthcTiaiAlc'iidfa:'1 .-' "Heboid the clouds'," WinWmiv yiid AUp(irplohfthoi'lJloodpfd40 j 2 Tho night hM compared !h th6 tmvf TlicebiHlowsliYo.niid liijs dend." Sho turned lo8hniijrrscofulb, jATo'und at1iwo hoatniid mlglityJiriidlBC? " Still roll'd ft sen of golden rod, "Whllo troops orelouds a Kpnco below" " 1 AVero drilling wearily rind alow, A seeking shelter for tho jiiglit, ' Liko weary sen-birds in their iliRlitj Then curved her right arm gracefully Above her brow, nnd.bow'd her knee, And chnntctUn an unknpttn tojiR'uo "Words sweeter than woru over simp;. "And w)nt means tidal'' T gcntly'siud t "1 spoko to God. tho Yopitono, Tho king on yonder snowy throne,' S...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 23 August 1871

i ii ti ttr. YOL. II. - Jt -i. t ft rlHTC AnnlTTO l.'tiam rnimirndnfin I ...tit i .... I . iiuTOi iwiai ii-iiinngsnrji nvisinngio cngogo uicinscivcN in this dl- ruction. More Aliout DiicLtoun. NO. XXXIV. Our own correspondent, writing from Duuktown, sends us the following addi tional facta about tliat interesting locality : Sonio of tlio other mines not heretofore mentioned and described, aro: Eureka, Mary, Culshotc, Old Tonncssec'oppcr Hill and Mobile. Tlio history niidcondi tion of these aro about the same as those given; none are now being worked, having been exhausted of tho black ore. A test for yellow ore was made at the Copper Hill mine, and, as I learn, large quantities and a good quality of this ore found. The mine was abandoned immediately after this dis covery and has never been worked since. Tho people at Ducktown cannot easily be made to believe- that it was abandoned bo eauso it would not pay tho company to work it. In fact tliero aro experienced miners hero who say ti...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 23 August 1871

Jkmtillc WStdxlQ 0mtlt, ffiilctmcsunn, August S3, 1671, hmmlti WtM (fltonfcto. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1871. .I-VV1I. -VlS'li H05UC. Wi: huvo been biivlng u tleslruetlvo drouth. In many localities vegetation Is literally parched. Crops havo millercd, especially the lute corn and other lato crops. The yield must of necessity be short In many portions of our country. Grain will bo scarce and prices higher than usual. Butwcalludeto this only for the purposes or suggesting to fanners that now is a good time for observation. Observe on what kind of laud tlio dry weather alleels the crops must. Then s-co how the crops winch seem most ad'eetcd havo been cul tivated. Consider all the circumstances, and prollt by what now appears to be a pi-eat misfortune. No ono doubts but that tho manner in which crops have been cul- ivuted has a great deal to do with their kid in all seasons. This is particularly truo in dry weather. Crops that have been properly prepaired for it, will faro much bolter in a...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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