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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 6 September 1871

"An ANtotindtnrfPrqgrAininclTflrtnjfM.k'lr nRy Abmr" -' From tho New York Herald' of the 27th.) Wo publish to-ilny, with tlio "strictly confidential" circular lntrpduclng tho doc ument, n very remarliablo pniniililot, en titled, "Concession, 6r How tli'd tost Cmiso Mny bo Regnlued, and tho Independence of tho South Secured lielng an Address to my Fellow Countrymen, by a Conccs slonist, &c. Published by tho Southern . Association." Tho "strictly confidential" circular letter is dated "Hooiiih nf tbo Southern Association, Now York, August, , 1871." though it appears to bo issued for tho "Southern Afssnnlntlmi. Wnaliliiirrnn ." And this is nil thnt wo know about it, though lookinc at tho indljrnant rcnudia- tion of tho "now departure" by Jeff Davis, Alexander H. Stephens and numerous other lcDdlng Southern flro-eatcrs, wo may say to inis cxtraormnary political paper, as Hamlet said to Ilia Governor's ghost Thou com'at.in such n questionable sfrnpe, I'll speak to the'e. Tho document...

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. — 6 September 1871

Tlir. Sl'XSX SOUTH. iit Joaquin Millkh. Como to my gun-land 1 Couio with mo To tho land I love wlioro tho'sun and ica A .A i-n.1 f.irntrnr' wlinro II 111 til Mill WnO Aro. filled with slngors ; whoro troo and vino Aro voiced with prophets I Oh, come I and you Shall sing n song with tho sens that twirl, And Kits their hnnds to tho cold white girl, To tho maiden moon in licrmnntle of blue. niup-oyod ".Littlo Jlischiof' Needs no otliQr name j Sure am I for nothing else Tq this world sho caxno. Erom'tho cmrly dawning To tho set of tbo sun, All tho houso is ringing "Witli her merry fan. If sho stops oho minute, As if soro porpldxed, ( 'Tis with'tno grave question '"Whatfcnti I do noxt?" And you may bo certain. "When you hear no sound, Tlint insomo newtroublo She will soon bo found. Bluo-eycd Littlo lischiof. Though sho plagues us so, Is iv precious darling, As you well may know; And I would not havobcr, Even if I could. Always still and stupiJ, An d so icry good. Kate Cameron, in Nursery...

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. — 13 September 1871

lift i I.' VOL. II. FACTS ABOUT EAST TENNESSEE Items From Seller nnil Konnc. Counties NO. XXXVII. Wo had several calls Inst week from sub seribers hi Pennsylvania and New York who nave ueen reading our East Tennes see articles, and they arc so well pleased with our country that they lmvo gone back determined to return and become citizens ot Jvist Tennessee. They sny wo have not colored too highly our pictures of this country, but on tho contrary have hardly done It justice, though they see it now just aucr xi nrouin severer than any we hnvi had for many years. Wo are preparing some facts about tin prices of land in the various counties, and ns soon as our information is comnlefe. will present it in n shape that will prove oaiisijiciory. seviek county. An old friend and reader of Cnito.-icr.i in Sevier county gives us the following facts about Wear's Cove, which we think will prove interesting. He writes from Seviervillc and says: I have been attending for a few days the Minora Sprin...

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. — 13 September 1871

I WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 13, 1871. ""jtXjkm -ajop nosna. SHALL WE HAVE A GOOD WHEAT CROP? Tho scnspn is near nt hand when farm ers will sow their wheal for the nojit crop. Tho disastrous experiences of our fanners during tho past year, reflecliiig the yield of their wheat; aro well calculated to set them to thinking. This is what is want ed. If thoy would do moro brain work, they might relax their muscles, and still make more than they do. Tho ingredients of our earth have been wisely arranged for supplying tho wants of men, and wo havo only to acquaint ourselves with tho ground wc till, and the climato In which wo live, to make vast Improvements In the modcof cultivating tho soli In such a way as to yield abundant fruits. Then why not begin to think now, in tinlo to arrive at fcomo conclusions, which will assure us a larger yield of wheat next summer. Whilo mush that is to be learn ed may bo Intricate and dilncult to under stand, there arc a few plain principles which will bo admitted...

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. — 13 September 1871

v AOTHEIt Ol'TKACK IXJUDDLE TEXXKS- SPECIAL SOflCE. . , . j ; SHE . . . . w . ... .. .....,-..,. A Colored Ainu token from Jnll and Hanged. On featuruay night ltm, ns wo learn from Mn1tnl.ln -..11. --!.- A I I k I . AUiiauiu iiuiiiunty, uuuuiur ui UlCSO KU Idux outrages which hnvo beconio so com - X'"" I"- i'llllll. ii.r tcr, in Coll'eo county, Tennessee. A negro ooy who una ocen committed to jnll on tlio charge of nil attempted rape, wns taken out by n body of dlKguIsed men and hung to a treo till dead. The. body was left hang ng. The Jail was entered through urn uuuis, Hie jauor uctng compelled to .give upthekoys. Tfc fn Rfllll f 1 1(1 f tlmrn nnitlil t.nf ImvA 1u.au - -....vv.sw, vui.i.t ft.wb 111.1 u 1v.i.ii. proof ngainstthe negro sufficient to liavo 'vuuvwwu iiuii. xjiiHiHino uuru ouirago -in juancucsicr uy maskeu men. At ouo tlltin nrvlnilU fu-n Tinnfirnci wnyr tnV'int rumti the Jnll and hung, and, at another, n white man wns liberated. All good citizens in that section dcplo...

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. — 13 September 1871

JWbiIlc J&tcdUj) Ctferjomclc, Mcbivcsimn, cpfcmbcr 13, 1871. ffbc. uulcchln (ifljnmitlf, RULE & RICKS, Publishers, A'tunbcr 10 Market Place, Jlasl tilde. ti.ums or siniscnii'Tio.v. Ono cory. ono year - $2 00 Ono copy, six months 1 00 Ten copies, onoyonr 1C 50 Twenty copies, ono year 30 00 .i. -rf , WEDNESDAY, . . SKPTEMRER 13, 1871. WEEKLY SUMMARY OF XEWS. no.ni:. Tho .North ' Carolina Cherokee Indians will soon 1)0 removed to the Indian Territory. Thero was nn immcnto anti-Tammany meeting in New York on the 4th inst. There is a very serious drought in Southern Illinois. Reports of the cotton crop are gloomy. Tito Republi cans have carried 'Wilmington, Delaware, by 418 majority. The- New York Union Republl enn Association recommends Grccloy for Presi dent Tho Republicans of Now Jersey havo nominated CorneliusWalsh forGovernor.-John II. Gindrnte, of Montgomery, has been ap pointed Receiver of tho Alabama and Chatta nooga Railroad for Alabama. Col. Jcromo Bonaparte and a grand...

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. — 13 September 1871

$Anobil(c (&lcchlj dibrrmiclc, uuIciDncsbai), September 13, 1871, 4 r AVEDNE3DAY, .SEPTEMl.Elt 13, 1871- SIMX'IHKX COVIVJ Of Uio Ciinoxi(l.K,maUcJ frco to nny nildrces on np fillcnttoiiiJ L mi.vti'.s or aivi:ktinix in yvi:i:ki.y. Ten lines, nr less, JolM, to constitute n rqunrc. a a RrACK. H H ri r-i tt r-i C3 1 Squaro S 1 M J 3 MM M $ fp M 2 Squares .10) C 00 8 60 10 SO 3 Squares...... 4 60 0 00 11 61) 11 50 4 6qunres 0 00 11 60 14 00 18 00 5 Pquaros 7 60 11 00 HI 60 28 00 12 Squares H 18 00 30 OOl 1 00 GO 00 I $ 9 001816 00 IB 60 27 00 23 fiO1 37 60 30 001 4, 00 .T.I 60 65 M 75 00 00 00 Aiioiiynionft Letter. "Wo pay no attention to anonymous commu nications. Contributions must bo accompanlod by n responsible name, not for publication un lets desired, but ns a gunranteo of good faith. lurc-brel Nontliilowii Nlieep. Wo liavo for salo a fow thorough-bred lambs of tho above breed, bred from imported stock, which, if not sold before, will bo offered at mic tion to tho farmers durin...

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. — 13 September 1871

iT0billc SBlcchljj CJjrmuck, Witinmhx September 13, IS?), Real Estate. Medical. MEDICAL DISCOVERY OP THE AGE MUNS0N & BAILEY'S REAL ESTATE COLUMN WEDNESDAY, . . . SEPTESIBKtt 0. 1871. THE EAST TENS., YA. & (JKO. It. K. CO. Election of Directors and Reports of Offi ccrs. Tho annual meeting of tho stockholders of tho above-named railroad, was held yes terday at the- depot buildings In this city. There was a large attendance ami a satis factory meeting. iVkVORT OK 11. T. WILSON', l'HKSIDKNT. The following is tho substance of the report made by President Wilson, whose management of the Company's nflhlrs has been able and satisfactory. The report begins by tho following ex hibit of tho earnings and expenses of tho Company. THE EARNINGS. Gross Earnings. From Pnssonjrcrs $441,433 90 " Freight 750,990 40 " Express 20,700 00 " V. S. -Mail 39,255 00 " Miscellaneous 19,944 20 Total $1,237,323 G2 Gross Etpeiulititres. Motive power $203,300 49 Maintenance of cars 119,195 31 Transportatio...

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. — 13 September 1871

nobi((c cictUchln (ftbrmuclc, ftulcfcncstmn, .cptcmljcr 13, 1871. 7 OUK "LITTLK MOUSTAIS CITY." Knoxvlllc Eclipses Louisville. Some tlmo since n number of TemioAseo editors nintlo nn excursion North and pass ed through Louisville. Ono of them, tho editor of tho Columbia Herald, didn't think much of tho place, and sends it the following stunning rebuke : Tho Iioulsvlllians aro peculiar people. They will neither cat the grass that nour ishes so luxuriantly in their broad and quirt streets, nor will they permit tho hun gry and half-starved cows to do so. They get mad as the boy with the broken Jews harp, at everything that comes in compe tition with them, and despise everybody who excels them. They set up, some tlmo since, to do n wholesale business, and ono of our enterprising littlo Tcnnesseo moun tain cities tolled oil' the bulk of their best customers ; and upon recapitulating their business, were indignant to learn that Cowan, McClung & Co., at Knoxvlllc, had done a heavier bu...

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. — 13 September 1871

Ilnmlnllc WiAk (HjmnitU, Mtbncstmj?, September 13, 1871. Till! I1ITTI1K UIIAVK. "It's only n little gravo," they said. "Only ju t a child that's dead." And so they carelessly turned away Trom tho mound tho spade had made that da Ah 1 they did not know how deep n shado That little grave in our home had made. I know the coffin was narrow and small. Ono yard would have served for an ample rail: And one man In his arms could have home away Tho rosewood and Its freight of clay. Hut I know that darling hopes were hid Beneath that little cefl'm lid. I know that a mother stood that lay With folded hands by that form of clay ; I know that burning tears wcro hid " 'Neath the drooping lash and aching lid :" And I know her lip and check and brow, Were almost as white as her baby's now. I know that souio things were hid away, The crimson frock and wrappings gay ; Tho little sock, and tho half-worn shoe, Tho cap with Its plumes and tassels blue j And tho empty crib, with its covers spread. As whi...

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. — 20 September 1871

A KA Ki 1 If IIIjO'' JcLi 7m I - vf in IM VOL. II. KNOXVTLLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER '20, 1S7J. NO. 25. OUR EAST TENNESSEE ABTICLE, Owing to unavoidable circumstances wo have been unablo to preparo our weekly artlclo on East Tennessee, and nsk, in this our first failure, the Indulgence of our readers. THE MONT CENIS TUNNEL, The Completion of the Mont Conis Tun nel on tho 13th hist., is the triumph of one of tho greatest engineering efforts of all time. The only work at all comparing with it, is tho building of the Suez Canal. The total expense of tho tunnel Is Oo.OOO, 000 francs, of this sum by the original un dertaking. Italy was to pay 20,000,000 francs. It was begun In 1802 and the tlmo allotted for its completion was twenty years. Afterwards Franco agreed to pay 500,000 francs more for every year gained on tho stipulated time. As eleven years have been gained through engineering skill, Franco pays 5,500,000 francs addition al. Tho tunnel is eight miles long and is cut throu...

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. — 20 September 1871

lit0l)Hlc Mcchlj) Cljrrjmclc, MVc'Dncsban, September 2Cf, 1871. -7 T WEDNESDAY, . . SEl'TEMBElt 20, 1871. - at- --ae it-- ? FAKM AJOP H03I3I3. INDUSTRIAL EXPOSITIONS. We nro pleased to note the success of the various Industrial Expositions, Fairs, itc, throughout tho country. The Grand Ex posltlon at Cincinnati is largely attended" by men from all over the country, and It is gratifying that the products of bo ninny of tho Southern States are to be found there. We hear nlso or vast preparations for tho fall fairs at Savannah, Atlanta, Montgomery, IVnshvillo and other South ern cities. It shows that somo of tho peo ple, at least, aro turning their attention to tho sources from whence our material wclfnro emanates. It is gratifying to seo that tho industrial classes are taking a prldo in their various pursuits, and that they wish to proilt by each others, experience. Nothing doetf moro to got up nsplrltot worthy emulation among farmers and mechanics, thaii a comparison of what.thoy hav...

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. — 20 September 1871

ynovMte Mtcchljt (iijjmnitlc, (t'ttlcbmsiWn, pit-mbcr axr, 1871, Sir Walter Scott's r.nst Years. Even now, when ho han been bo long at rest, nnd a now generation tins arisen, and now fames lilt the world. It is impossible to think of the tragedy of Scott's last years without a poignant and personal Borrow, as over the fate of a dear friend. Suddenly the misfortune came tho enormous looses Ami debts and ho put the greal heart and the great shoulders to the tremendous struggle. The benlllcont genius that had o long gayly played only to delight tho fascinated world was in a niomont despe rately wrestling with death for honor and existence. Ho owed nearly six hundred thousand dollars ; and of this vast sum, by strenuous and relentless toll, breaking his dicart and consuming his brain, ho paid within four years considerably more tlinu half. Alas! he paid with his life and with his mind. Tho cloud fell thick er and more heavily. His wlfo died: everything failed but his own heroism, and he...

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. — 20 September 1871

$tiwMIIe SStcjchlj) !mtklc, Mcbiicsimjr, pfcmkr B7l 4 &Ijc (LClIcchln (j)nmiclc. RULE & HICKS, Publishers, Xumbcr 19 Market Place, Eart Side. TKltJIN OF NURKCIUI'TIOX. Ono copy, ono year $2 00 Ono copy, tlx month, ,., l 00 Ten copies, nno year, . , 1C to Twenty cojicf, ono year 30 00 WEDNESDAY, . . SEPTEMBEIi 20, 1871 WEEKLY SUMMARY OF NEWS. HOME. The Hopublicans havo had large gains Maine. Tho Stnto lins been enrriod by about cloven thousand majority. Mayor Hall lias de- inanded tho immedlato resignation of Connolly on the account of tho disappearance, of some vouchers. Thcro is a diamond oxcitcmcnt at Yankton, Daeotah. Sea Island crops oil' tho South Carolina coast havo been injured by con unuous rains. Connolly declines resigning. Tho Kuklux Committco reassembled on tho 12th. Thore has been no yellow fever In Sa vannah this season. Several alleged defalca tions of Government officers havo occurred. Tho Massachusetts Democratic convention has nominated John Quincy Adams fo...

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. — 20 September 1871

ffimsbillc ftatcthlj) !jomdc, (LUlcbncsbnj), September acr, IB71 WEDNESDAY, . . SEl'TEMBKlt 20, 1871. NPEci.unx covir.s Of the Chronicle mailed free to nny nddrcts on np I llcatlon. lltATI'.S Or AnVERTlNIXM IX WEEKLY, Ten lines, or less, solid, to constitute a square. a B H M e i STACK 1 Square, 2 Squares, 3 Squares. 4 Squares. 5Squa.cs, 12 Squares. $ 1 50 S 360 0 Oft 9 00 11 60 14 00 30 00 $ 4 no 8 CO 11 60 14 00 10 60 23 00 $ (I 60 S 0 00 10 601 10 60 14 60 23 60 18 00 30 00 28 OO! 3!) 50 GO 001 75 00 5in uu 27 00 37 60 3 (10 4 60 (1 00 7 60 18 00 I 45 00 I 65 60 H) 00 Tlilercs. Tho restdenco of V. S.Mnlonoy, County Court Clerk of Greeno county, was entered by thlovcs on Thursday whilo ho was attending tho Sab bath school jubilee, nnd robbed of moro thnn ono hundred dollars. Election Tor Floater. Tho polls will bo opened at tho, various voting places in this county, on Saturday, tho 11th day. of October, for tho purpose of holding an clcc- tion for joint representative from Knox a...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 20 September 1871

pnmbUlc Wcdt(n Cljronitlc, i&tcbiwetmjrr .cptcmbct art, l$7l G 3? x - - - - - .- SEPTKMHKlt S), 1871. WEDNESDAY, IMXIf OF K.VXKSSEK. All Iiiteicstliii,' Legal Decision. The Stale Aulliorllics Vindicated. A 8 ult of the State of Tennessee ntrai list William II Ballew and ThrminS A. Cleago, ot. al., lias been pending for some time in the Courts of the Stato, Involving Im portant law and interesting questions of i'aet. The case was decided yesterday morning. The opinion was prepared and commenced by Hon. .las. T. Shields, Special Judge. Wo glvo the following Hynopsis of it, following in many places the opinion verbatim. It begins with a recital of pleadings as follows: The State of Tennessee filed the original bill in this case in October, 1804. Itcharges that W. H. Ballew, as President, and Thomas A. Cleage, as Cashier of Branch Bank of Tennessee at Athens, were re sponsible for the wife keeping of its funds for 1803. That In September 1803 they re moved its assets South with the ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 20 September 1871

Jlno.vbillc Mlcclil ( bvoniclc, wtoncsban, September a.(f, IS?1. SafflmlliKclorroiivcnlloii. if'o the worker and friend hf the Sabbath School cause of Knox county: The second annual meeting of tho Knox county Snbbnth School Convention will assemble In Knoxvillo ou Tuesday the 17th of October, 1971, nt 10 o'clock a.m., to contlnnuo tihllH l'.M., of "Wednesday the 18th. Tho following persons, In accordnncc with provisions of article :i of our consti tution, wcro elected Vice Presidents : Ji. 0. Klicpnrd, Yico President. S. 1'. Anjol, " Joseph lticlinrils, " " r. A. A. Connor, AV. A. E. Mock, . " " " J. P. Thompson, - Jl" ' " Lewis Shell. " John Luttroll, (1. "V. Cnrncs, O. "V. Knrn?. G. Ij. llownru, (1. AV. Mnhry, John Hulling, "V. 11. Cooper. J. V. C. Willoughby, "William Hnun. A. O. 15. Nichols, A. 0. K. Cnllon, At. "V. Huffnkcr, J. M. Carter, P. lUilc. Tho constitution makes it the duty of each Mco President to Visit nil thd tenb- bath Schools in their respective districts to stlrt...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 20 September 1871

lU0uillc Mcthlji f jjwmrlc, Mcimxsbun, September CT, 1871. Tin: inhiax win:. 1IY JO.UjUIN MIlXEll. No, not so lonely now I love A forest maiden ; alio is mlno ; And on Siorras' slope of ilno, Tlio vinos bolow, tlio snows above, A solitary lodgo is set "Within n fringo of watered firs ; And tlicro my wigmnm ilros barn, Fed by n round brown patient hand, That small brown faithful hnnd of hers Thnt never rests till my return. Tho yellow smoko is rising yet ', Tiptoe, nnd sec it whoro you stnnd Lift like a column from tho land. There aro no sea-gems in hor hnir, No jewels fret her dimpled hands, And half hor bronzon limbs aro bare : Hut round brown arms have goldon bands, Broad, rich, and by hor cunning hands Cut from tho yellow virgin ore, And sho docs not desiro moro. I wear tho beaded wampum belt That sho has wove tho sable pelt That sho has fringed red threads around ; And in tlio morning, when men aro not, 1 wako the valley with my shot That brings tho brown deer to the ground. And...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 27 September 1871

frill nor VOL. II. KNOXYILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 27, 1871. NO. 26. FACTS ABOUT KA8T TENNESSEE. Irlcc of I.uihI Climate 1VngcN, &C. NO. XXXVIII. AVearc in daily receipt of letters from the Southern nndEnstcrn States, making earnest enquiries conccrningEast Tennes see, Its climate, soli, productions and social nnd educational advantages. For months wo have devoted much of our space to throw light upon our advantages, and to Induce good citizens from abroad to locato in our midst. That our labors have not been altogether unrequited is evidenced from tho spirit of enquiry which has been aroused in many portions of tho country with regard to our section, and tho appa rent determination of scores to make their homes here. Wo have been striving to scatter tho seed. Tho harvest, wo hope, will como In the end. "Wo have on our desk a letter postmarked "Fort Edward, New York," tho writer of which is anxious to be informed with re gard to East Tennessee, and urges us to answer a se...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 27 September 1871

JUro.vbtllc uulcchln !t)nmirlc, TLalctincstjan, September 7, 1871. VED2fKSDAY, . . SKPTUMUER 27, 1&71. JjVVIOI .A-lVl IIOM1C. Thlniihig of l'rnlt. This Is another lesson which wo lmvo learned, and the necessity of which wo lmvo often endeavored to Impress upon cultivators, and which ovcry Biiccesslvo season teaches with stronger emphasis. It is absolutely necessary for all who send fruit to market to send largo fruit, and the markets aro constantly and progressively requiring largo and lino fruit. Even tho Seckel pear, which onco commanded in Boston market tho highest price, will not now, unless of extra size, sell for any moro than, if as much as, common varie ties of larger size. A medium sized fruit, or oven of smalled size, may bo moro eco nomical for use, but until somo decided change in tho preferences of tho majority of purchasers shall take place, large fruit will sell better than small. To produce this, the fruit must not only have good cultivation but must bo thinned, ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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