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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 24 January 1872

WEDNKSDAY, . JANUAinVJi, J872. Oftho CunuxtCLi mailed free to anytaddrwspn,ap KATKN OF AnVKItTININU IS WIIKKIX Ten lines, or Ices, solid, to constitute a squnro. f A i, I ' m 9 S o- o H H K S J r-t CO r-. CJ (T. .- $1H)$3MJ460$660 $ 9 00 $15 00 3 00 6 00 8 50 10 W W K 27 00 4 60 0 00 UN) KM 1EJ W) 37 M 0 00 11 M 14 00 1 00 30 00 45 00 7 B0 11 00 111 60 23 00 30 50 65 60 18 00 30 00 3300 00 00 75 00 00 00 1 Siunro J i squurcs ' 3 fctqanrw 4 Squares.-.., 5 Squares i M Squares 1 Witmlng ti .Subscribers. Wo have boon sending the Cimomclk to some subscribers whoso f ubscriplions havo expired. "Vfith this number every such name will bo rc- rasod from our books, and hereafter porsons who want our paper must renew promptly at the ejrpiration of their time. Unless special at rangemcnts arc mudc wc will always discontinue tho Chrokiclk at tho expiration oftho term of subscription. Our mailing clerk has positivo instructions on this point, and us ho docs not personally know our subscribers, al...

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. — 24 January 1872

gbmbilte fflfethlg tityrnxuk, Mthxttfovi,.$iiMt m,AS7, "WEDNESDAY JANUARY 2-1, 1872. THE I'LOMDl OUTRAGK. Hon unit by Whom Hie Vessel nan Senrclicil. Wo gave ou Stiutlay the principal facts connected with the searching of the Flori da. Wo give below fuller details sent from Washington : The reception by the Navy Dcpnitinent yesterday of the uftldavlts of the captain, oflleers and crow of the Florida, giving in fall detail, with dates, names, &c., the ac count of tho search of that vessel on the high seas by two Spanish men-of-war, created not little comment in that ouarter, ns tho silence of all of our naval oillcers in tho Gulf squadron had led the Department to believe, on negative evidence, that tho outrage was mythical. The affidavits put thceearch of tho Flor ida, however, in a most serious light. They show that when that vessel was flrst brought to on the ocean by a solid shot from the Spanish man-of-war, sho was without tho marluo league restricted by International law, a...

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. — 24 January 1872

ffwosbillc rcehjj m)idc, IcttncnJaurn TT.rn'Rr"'BT,oNrTrArH.'Tcct-soxr! Protection', Intinlcrntion Hint Klncntlon Our Hope. The second of tlio scries of lectures before the Donrd of Trade was delivered last night by Judge Nelson, lie Bald he did not know whnt moro appropriate subject he could choose for tichan occasion than tho Past, Present nnd Pulurc. ( Having lived in this city since ho wis sixteen years old, lio was fnrniliar with tho curly lmtory of Knoxvllle nnd ho gave many interesting in cidents connected witli tho limits, population and points of IochI interest in tho first days of tho place. Tho facilities for transportation in his early years wcro limited. Tho sis horse teams and stago coaches transported merchan dise from tho East. Then carao in order the stonmhoat nnd tho railroad. Ho told with what difficulty tho first railroads wero built; nbout tho convention of 1807, when tho road from tho Ohio to Charleston was projected; nnd how financial reverses dehiycil tho ent...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 24 January 1872

XEWS SUMMARY. John i). Cough is lecturing In Baltimore. The chances lor a war with Spain seem to bo improving. Thcro wcro 21(5 deaths from small pox in "Philadelphia last week. PsulJXlorphy Is goinR to piny a game of chos witn a hi. Ijouis man lorssiu.uw. Tho Democrntio cnuctu nt Washington Tuesday evening was a very sickly affair. Ex-Senator Hendricks is inWashington trying 10 resurrect tno ury uones oi democracy. Gen. Thos. Jordan, of Cuban notoriety, lias been acquitted of violating tho neutrality laws. Tho lifo of 0. L. Vnlandinchnm will soon bo published. It is written by his brother. Tho clobratcd actress Lucillo "Western, is fill ing an engagement at Now Orleans. A bill Ins passed tho Missouri Logislatnro providing for tho payment of tho Stato Donds In currency. Tho "new departure of tho Hew Hcpworth -continue to bo u leading topic of conversation in New York. The impression is said to bo gaining ground at Washington that tho income tax will not bo abolished this year. Bishop...

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. — 31 January 1872

,5. la Ml KNOXVILLE, TE,, WEbESj)A JANUARY 31, 1872. VOL. II. NO. 44, FACTS ABOUT EAST TENNESSEE. sWlint a Xorthcrn Editor About Our Country. Sny no. i.vr. The following ndmtrablo letter, written -by Mr. H. G. Smith, editor of thc'Lancas ter (.Pa.) Intelligencer, gives' Mich a fair .and favorable report of tho many attrac tions of East Tennessee, that wo reproduce it in full. Wo ask our thousands of North ern readers to look over It carefully, for it cornea from ono wholly disinterested and impartial, and confirm in every respcel many statements wo havo heretofore made. Wc are Indebted (o Mr. Smith for a copy of tho article, for which wo return our thanks. rising through tho country he has been misinformed as to the size of our rivers. They arc not navigable to entile tho extent stated : i:ast ti:nni:p.i:i:. Passing southward from tho lino of Vir ginia Into Eastern Tennessee on the last Saturday in Novembor, wo saw many evi dences that icy winter had not assumed his vienrnMi roltrn....

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. — 31 January 1872

FARM A1X OVX5.rJ3N . ? n Stock liaising. Ari.'iuna i."!niTnus The crcat and clia iliiotlvo feature of slock raising all ofrer tho United States, and In Great Britain, at-this tlnio, is tho demand for pure blood ed or pedigreo stock. This is not mere fancy. It is tho result" of Bound experi ence. Pure blooded stock, crossed with common, or worn out.stock, improves and brings up the. latter. But who does not know tho vast superiority, intrinsically, of a pure blood, short-Lorn or Jersey, or Devon, over tho 'miserable stock so com mon In our midst ; or of a ilno Berkshire ljog. over tho sharp-backed hog, eo plen tiful in our country. Tuero is money in tho improved breeds, and that is tho point I wish to establish. It costs no moro to laiso pure bloods than tho impure, and to reach a given weight, or accomplish tho highest result, for which tho particular animal is designed, often not half so much. ' A lino Jersey cow, for example, will not cat so much as ono of our largo common cows; a...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 31 January 1872

. r m : v 3 OUR CIYIL SERYICR. drnnt'n Aftinlalstrntlon Vindicated. Ax VtsnnswcrAbte Army of FacU. Tho Washington, correspondent of, tho Now York J7mca Mr.X. I;.Croun?o--ono jf tbo most rellablo and able of the nows paper men nt the national capital, hrw, at great labor and with great .clearness, pro iparcd sonio facts showing the .condition of itho civil scrvlco under tbo present Admin istration and comparing it with tbo-. state of the sorvico under preceding adminlstra'-' tionu. Ho presents tho result of his re searches as a conplUBlvo answer to the charge hat tho clyll service under General Grant is moro corrupt than ever before. Wo havo prepared n brief digest of his ar tlclo : A great cloud of misconception and mis apprehension was engendered by tho de bate in tho Senate, of December last, but it is as certain to bo dispelled as truth is to triumph over error. The man who, in tho Senate or out of it, asserts that tho civil service is worse now than ever herotpforo; makes a stat...

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. — 31 January 1872

( $Ut0Wllc SMccIUn (Chronicle, ftitoncstmn, Jimuarn 31, 187a. to of tin att. leai hub A proba RULE ; VniCKS, rublishora, .YtimcVr' 10 tr; i'facc, IMt Side. tvAinn or sciwciurriox. One covr. ono yor,...... Ono eowr. el month?......... Ten copies, ono ycarr Twenty copies, ono year,.... ..... f 2 00 ,.. lto 10 00 W 00 WEDNESDAY,-.? n JANUARY -31,187'. BTJBSOBJBE FOB THE CHBONICLE. Wo hope our friends throughout East Tennessee apprcciato tho Importance of circulating w rcllnblo Republican paper among tho people, and will aid us in plac ing our Weekly in tho hands of as many as possible. If tho people keep correctly advised of current events, they will vote right, Wo invito attention to our terms, published in another column, ami hope our friends will help us along. WEEKLY SUMMARY 01' UTY8. no.ni;. Twenty-four Soluh Carolina Kuklux liavo boon sent to tho prison at Albany Tho Pa cific llailroad is blocked with enow Botts, tho murderer of Ralsted, has boon hanged Tho Now Orleans troubles b...

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. — 31 January 1872

ii0billc fculcchln (ijtoiuc(t aWcbncstian, $iuumrn 31, 1872. WKDNKSDA.Y. JANUABY 31, 187'X iif tlio CimoMCLK mailed frco to anMdJres.oii-ii-KATKS 4r AHVEItTIMNU I.V WIXKI.Y. Tendfacsjjnc.'sVlM, to cOntUuleiiuire, t a r- CACk. H n r1 t Square , $ 1 BO t 3 fiO $ 4 W) 5 C f0 $9 CO J1J W IlSquarW...;..' 4 M1 9 00 hi Ml H 60 in B0 ST 60 4 Squares li ( 11 50 14 Ml, IS 00 SO 00 45 00 Squares 1 7 M 14 00 li) CO1 '2i 00 to W; D5 TO 12 Squares 18 00 30 00 S3 00 00 00 73 00 WW llnllroml Accident. Wo lenrn tbat a collision occiirrcJ on the lower dlyiiou of the. Alabnma nnd.Chnttuilooga mttroadLbch2w Elston.-in wljlch.tht! baggage-' nia'stcrci press mos'enger, a brnkofnunlitid orio passenger woro killed. The trnln was badly smashed, IiOi-nl Clnims. Applicants from Knox county nro hereby no- liuea Hint I will coimncnco taKing testimony at my oilleo in rear of tlio court house in Knox villi, on Monday, 'JWli day of January, 1&7-. v L. U. llOUK, Special Commissioner. T. J. Moore, of the East Te...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 31 January 1872

WKDNESDA'y'. JANUAuY 31, 18751 t, - i - . -l-.U-JM THK Ett TOKK CUSTOM HOUSE. What LcetSnyn About the GciicrnI Order natnrw Col. Leet was examlnod by the Sennto Committee lit New York on Monday. His testimony Is thus given : Geo. K. Leet testified that ho camohero in tho Spring of 1609. nud has been engag ed in tho geueral order business tho past nineteen mouths. He began tho business by o partnership with Bixby, through an arrangement engineered by Mr. Lindsay, confidential adviser of Mr. Grinnell, by which ho (Leet) received 5,000 per year of the profits, because ho enabled Dixby to get tuo business through his influence with Grinnell. In answer to a question as to what induced Grinnell to give him tho business, Leet said ho was introduced to Grinnell by a letter from President Grant as follows : Executive Mansion, Washington, March 19th, 1809. M. II. Grinnell Dear Sir : This will introduco to you Col. G. K. Leet, who served under mo from early in tho war to tho present day from t...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 31 January 1872

Jhroriwllc Wtt 0nidc, Mctotcstmn, $a.umrn 31, 1873. ,7 , ,. " t snwHiiirni nnrcnotiw.' T-"'-'lrii&hvttHiVftIcdIclncii. Sliei-iU 'w AttciiijiLat .Wliolcsnlo Jlnnlcr -A Lunatic Shoots Uls'Sistfcr, Her Tiro' Children and JUmsoir., . . Ir. t.... i Tlio Louisville CuHw-iToMrfiai uglvcs the details of ii terrlblo shodting nfliilr In thai city on Sunday, tho 12lat. A young man, Theodore Thome, for aorno thno giving oymtoma of Insanity, woo living with bis brother-in-law, a Mr Orcen, u Gorman living in tho cast end. Tho Urcou family lived up-stalrs, over tho grocery store, and at ten o'clock yes terday morning young Thomo went into tho anartinent where his sistor and her two daughters were, apparently in his usual state or minu. jur. urccn was aiso near at hand, but there did not appear to havo been any Busplclons in the minds of tho unfortuuato young man's relatives that ho intunded to commit any crime. After n family talk with his ulster, he, without any threats as far aa wo can ascer...

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. — 31 January 1872

NEWS SUMMARY. Joaintln Miller is glng to marry A Siwtchi Vocrot'. .So tlio gomps Bay. Thrt ).uet l'atont Oflko lloporl shows that' Uurcnu to ho self-sustaining. Horaco Grcely's 01st birthday will ! eole hratcd on tho 3d of noit month. Thoro was a, snow In Now Orleans onWedncs dny, lor tho first timo in soeral ycivrs. Chif .Tustico JlcClurc, of Arkansas has gono to Washington to testify in tho ClRyton CM?. An cffoit is heing mado to have a branch United Stales mint established at Carson City, .Nevada. Alivolyflght U going on boforo tho "Ways and Means Committee rolativo to repealing tho duty on rice. . The main ipic of intcrol in lCan?a, is tho investigation ot nlleged fraudulent Senatorial election". Tlio Arjitai fays tho Colored Masonic I'ratcr-. nity of Memphis has tho most elegantly fitted up liall in that city. ' Arehhishop Spaulding is seriously ill. Ap prehensions nro felt by his physicians as to his ultimata recovery. The pooplo of Now York aro enjoying a sea son of oxcitomcn...

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. — 7 February 1872

VOL. II. KNOXVILLE, TENN., AVEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 7, 1S72. NO. 45. FACTS ABOUT EAST TEXXKSSKE. 'Fine Soil, .tllucrals, Timlicr and Koclcij of .llcIHimi County. NO. l.VI. In pursuance of the original plan of our Twist Tennessee Articles, wopropose to give our Northern readers reliable facts about the various counties in East Tennessee. We have been furnished several such ar ticles and will publish them in the order received. The following admirable article about McMinn county we aro suro will receive tho attention it deserves. Athens, the county scat of McMinn, lies on tho rail road connecting Knoxville and Chat tanooga, fifty-six miles west of this city. Editors CintoNieu: : Not remember ing to have noticed any special mention of McMinn county in tho interesting series of articles descriptive of East Tennessee, written with a view to encourage immi gration in this direction, I ask permission to write, through the columns of your widely circulated paper, the attention of immigrants to ...

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. — 7 February 1872

$iiT0billt Mcchljj (Ijtflnul?, Mcfcnrstmn, Jftbruarn 7, WEDNESDAY, . . . FEBRUARY 7, 1S72. IT-rYKltf -VIN1 GARD13N. Stock liaising Short Horns. EDixoitd Chronicle : Tho lordly race of Short Horn (or Durham) cattle, came from England. They aro tho largest of all cattle. It is universally admitted that for beef they have no equal. Ono high point of conceded superiority of this breed, over all others, is, that they will take on Jlcsh and fatten at any age. A yearling will fatten nearly aa well as a grown steer. This is not the case with our worn-out stock. The Short Horns grow-with remarkable rapidity. With pure breeds, or high grades, it is iio uncommon thing for n well cared for six months' calf, to weigh from three to four hundred pounds. Another point, well understood in largo cattle markets, though not looked at much hero yet, is that they arc clean limbed, and tho Jtcsh is all at the right place. There is, in other words, no surplus waste llesh, but, as nearly as maybe, all is li...

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. — 7 February 1872

3taqMIle (ttcfhljr imUlc Mcfcugfons, 3 Interesting Fncts About, the Hollanders. The lost number of Jlarpcn'1 .Vagaiinc -contains some very Interesting Informa tion nbout the Hollanders. "Vc glvo n few which wo think will bo of general interest: WHAT TUB DUTCH TlIINlJ Or IJACIIEI. OltS. A bachelor Is esteemed a sort of a social , monstrosity in the land of dikes and tlltch oh, and a deep-rooted prejudice exists against celibacy. Philosophers of Mnl thus's school do not flourish there. On the contrary, tho Hollanders practically respect and obey tho Scriptural injunction, "Bo vo fruitful, and multinlv. and replen ish the earth." The Alpha and Omega of :i i-uucniimii a niu uru cuiuiiuiuui-u mm family; and the smallncss of ono is often nccompanled by tho largeness of the other; uuillllhi uv:il 111 UUIllV)jlUUUl WWIUUIIBi that, wile nfcecssity may bo tho mother of Invention, poverty is still the father of many children. It is not uncommon for persons of middle ago to bo the parents of eJ...

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. — 7 February 1872

$n0inllc W&ttMx) flnidc, ffiLUbncsSrtn, jftfafoaq? 7, B?2, RULE & ItlCKS, Publiahors, Number 10 Market Place, JJast Side. tkbjis or scnscitii'Tiox. One copy, one year,- .-. 82 W Ono cojy, six month!, - 1 CO Ten copies, ono year,....-... J6 60 Twonly copies, ono year SO 00 "WEDNESDAY, PEBKUARY 7, lBTi WEEKLY SUMMAUT OF E1YS. Frightful railroad nccidcnt3 havo occurred in New York and Pennsylvania Attornoy Gen eral "Williams ndviso3 Mormons indited for polygamy to bo boilod, but Judgo McKcan de clines to do it New indictments hnvc been found in New York against the Tainniany rob bers Tho work of roiorm in tho Now York Legislature progresses sfitisfactorily Tho Cin cinnati aldormon advise tho trustees not to ac cept tho charter of tho Kentucky Legislature for the Southorn railroad The decrease, for January, in the public debt was over fire mil lions, and s the good work goes on. t'OXUKCSSIOXAL.. Tho Senato lias been occupied nearly ail week in dcbatingAmncsty and Sumner's Civil ...

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. — 7 February 1872

j&.,6bt((c Mclhfa Chronicle, Mcbnest);inf ifebVtmrn ?. 185. WEDNKSDAY, . . PKDUUAKY 7, 1872. -. 2.. 1 tyr- srrciMK.v coni:H Of tho Chron'ICI.k mailed free to an; ad Ire; a on ftp I llcation. katkn or aivi:rtisi.-su tx wi:i:iu.t. Ten line;, or less, solid, to constitute a square. S H o .2 m 1 icr. 1 Square 2 Squares 3 Squares 4 Squares 5 Squares 12 Bquares 3 9 oo;$is oo lli M 27 00 2:1 60 87 f0 80 001 45 00 :m, &5 60 "5 00! M 00 .1 .! roll a Pn vn ... 1) CO 11 60 14 W 30 oo! II Ml 14 Ol! III PO S3 W H H) H 00 23 00 W 00 Jlnrrlcil. On yesterday, tho 3d inst., nt the residenco of tho bride's father, by ltcv. N. llachman, Mr. wiunim rwcnois una .suss Annie Jones. Wnntetl. A fow energetic men who can furnish horse mid harness, to fell tho "New" "Wheeler & Wilson Sowing Machine. ltcfereuco required. Howaud i!c Koulk, Corner Gny nnd Churcli Streets. i27 dAw Iw T. J. Moore, of the Kast Tennessee, Virginia and Georgia llailroad Company, says that one doso of Dr. Cnlfeo's Liver Me...

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. — 7 February 1872

$hi0billt. Wtthin joniclt, Mtfotifont tkmx) 7, WEDNESDAY,; r. , FEDMJAltY 7. 1672? THE SEKD KEjVKTXO ITS FKUITR. 'Tlic Sober Second Thought Of Uio People, The following manly, cournRcouH nrtlolo from the Grccnevllle Sentinel, n Demotirtit 1c paper of Independent, fearless record, oouccrntug the special legislation secured by the proprietors of the Nashville Denio- ratio papers Is worthy of serious attention and we commend it to our readers : The Jonesboro' Herald and Tribune de nounced the action of tho Legislature by which parties defendants in suits, brought previous to the enactment as well as after, could chaiiL'o the venuo to their own coun ty. The Unionund American dcfeud-f.whero-upon tho Tribune puts in a rejoinder that well supports its cause. As to the act in question, we regard its prime object; nay. its whole object; to be to confer tho legal right on the Union and American and the Jtanncr to remove the causes pending in Knox county against diem for heavy damages. If we a...

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. — 7 February 1872

gjiftfebillc Mctlvln, (Sljrmttckv Mlcbncsbltjitbbtnrii 2, 87$. WUEltK DOES qRRELGT STAS1J I The Tribune AgnltiKl Hie Hollers. Will it Nuiiporl (Irnnl ? The Tribune of the !2Hh Jiuiuiiry has : long nrtlclo on the political slulntlon en titled "The Sltniow of Coming Events." In It the effect of amnesty and liberal policy towards those who do not think Grant the only available Republican for l'resldent Is discussed. Referring to the Cincinnati Convention Mr. Greeley says in reply to the question : "Then the 'Tribune is going with the 'Hollers V" ; the Tribune Is likely to be arainat the Uolters, since they are almost certain to make hostility to Protection one of the ldanks of tho platform, and thut the Tri bune can never abide, no matter who may bo tho rival candidates for l'resldent. Now that Emancipation is n fixed fact, Impartial Suffrage nearly so, nn Univer sal Amnesty inevltable,there Is no remain ing National issue which is half m Impor taut in tho view of the Iribuncan the Pro...

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. — 7 February 1872

$nobHlt WitMn 0mdt, Mtbrnsbni), gtbtmxu 7, 1872. H03EE crR-CJL.13. AOAIMNT TJIK TIIi:, Against tho lido uh mo, against tho ti Jo I No slightest wavobut drifts mo back to shoro ; Though f training ovcry norvo, I still abide, With strength nil spent, just where I was bo I'orc. Why could I not liavo stayed upon tho shore, To pick up shining pebbles in tho sun? Instead of laboring at tho usolos oar, To sloep in peace when tho day's port was done. .ilv longing heart forbids such rest to me. Though 1 roach not tho goal that lies before, Hot livo wrestling with tho wind and 'en: nd dio with tireless hand upon tho oar. if thou wishest to bo wise, Keep these words beforo ihine eyes What thou spoakost, and how, boware, Of whom, to whom, when and whore. family (iovr.KSJir.xr. uv ii. w. in:ncni:i!. ' William, stop tliat noise, I say ! Won't you stonV stop I tell you, or I'll slnp your iUOUtll. William bawls a little louder. "William. I tell you, ain't you going to ilon? Stop, I say '. If you do...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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