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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 28 February 1872

nobillc Mlcchlj) (j)romcU, adtcbncsDiu), jfcbruarn SS, c,' FF.BKUANY 23, 1872. Of tho Chroniclk mailed free to any nddrirs on ai l llcatimi. BATl'.N Ol' AHVEIITI.NINU IX WKKUI.Y. Ten lines, or less, (olid, to cnnttltnte a iqtiarc. a H I P. 1 Puaro....4'$ 1 G0 $ 3 )!$ M B50.$ 0 00 15 00 2 Squares 'i 3 00 6 00 8 SOI 10 .Ml 10 6t) 27 00 Hfauarcs., 4 501 fi on 7 &o U 00 11 SO 14 Co! us so S3 001 14 SOi !l 501 37 50 18 001 30 001 45 00 US 001 SSI SO, 53 50 t OOl 73 001 90 00 4 Squares 5 Squares 12 Square 11 so n oo 30 ft) 18 001 llnrytn. Tho Grcenovilla .SVnfi'ucl uavs that bnr.vln or l0!wyv,5j!xr Jh found ithhrt ihrijo iiitlc3 'ofi urcciieviiio, on mo iurm oi .ivusniom .iiiomp Eon, in such nbundnnco Hint ono porson can work oiUbVcrn tonlpcc,,dny.Sovcrnlltonhnvo been hnutcd to tho depot and shipped nt eight dollars pei ton. Kxnmplc fur tlic J.mtlei. Mrs. 31. L. Slopor, Cottonwood FalK (for merly of Leavenworth.) ,onnio1, in dressmak ing, with n Wheeler"1 Wilson '-Machino, in (wl nion...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 28 February 1872

WEDNESDAY, . . FEBKUAUY iX. lKi ! 1 J-L - - Our Fftlr Apaln. lifforo proceeding I nk every citizen of Knoxviiie 10 reati uus comuuuiicnuon. r fe.ir I iimv be eoiitfldcrcd over-zealous In bohnlf of our Fair. Hut let nie remark. thnt the Fair, of itself, ia nothing. It is only as a meant to an end, that It becomes or nrst importance, to every citizen tries, of bringing the people together for tlio coinpariiit; or in ens ana ror nie ns-t-cmlnation of useful knowledge. Ily them, new and Improved modes of culti vation, new processes of manufacture and new maciunerv are mtrouuecu. auu uv theni, new and improved varieties orntock are brought together, criticised and adopt ed, nnd then scattered far and wido over the country. Hero Ih the high point of tiielr excellence, in no oincrmouc, oy no other human agency, can tho knowledge, acquired by seeing, be so cheaply obtained as by Fairs. In no other mode, scarcely by all others combined, could stock raising in tho United States have been brou...

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. — 28 February 1872

J. jnAi?ci8iirB0OTiffiais"SfAifEs: Kuklux Com mil I co Report. The report of thSub-Kuklux-ComuUt-tco who'liavo cwjulrcil liUothcfluKncfal condition of the Bouthcru States la a paper vnluablo for Us carefully prepared utatls tics and reliablo Htatemcnts. To those who thlnk'tho South Is nlljonHlio, vcrgo of banltrilptcS' wo cdlmlieiid lt for Careful consideration : It appears tbat when tho Into insurrec tionary States entered the rebellion their debts and contingent liabilities were 5102, 510,777 88. They held trust funds, assets and balances, S7U,147,747 7a. These funds and assets wore on deposit or In stocks of banks, railroads and other internal im provements. The contingent liabilities wero secured by mortgages on lauds, in stocks, banks and interest in liens, or ou turnpikes, rail roads aud canals. Tho banks had capital, over $01 ,000,000: coln,ovcrSlS,000,000; circu lation, over $51,000,000. Thcrowcro 8,941 miles of railway, which cost ?237,a76,097. Tho assessed valuo of propert...

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 February 1872

.8. HOME CIRCLE. AIT.VT TAHITIIA. 11T OLIVER WENDKLL HOLMES. "Whatever I do nnd whatever I my, Aunt Tabitlm tells mo thnt isn't tlio wny When sno wns a lio wns a girl (forty tumniori ngo), ibltha tells mo they never did so. Aunt Tn Dear mint 1 If I only would tnko her advice I But I liko my own way, and I And it t o nice I And besides I forget hnlf the things I am told But thoy all will come back to me when I am old. If a youth passes by, it may hnpnen, no doubt, Ho may chanco to look in as I ennnco to look out: Sho would novcr onduro an Impertinent staro It is horrid, sho say, nnd I mustn't fit there. A walk in tho moonlight has pleasure, I own, But it isn't quite fafo to be walking alone: Ho I take n lad's arm (just for safety, you know) But Aunt Tabitha tells me they didn't do so. How wicked wo nro, and how good thoy wcro then 1 They kept at arm's length those dcloctablo men; AVhat an era of virtue sho lived in 1 But stay Wero tho men nil such rogues InAuntTabitha's day? If tho m...

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. — 6 March 1872

VOL. IT. KNOXVILTjjE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. MARCH 0, 1872. NO. 49. FACTS ABOUT EAST TENNESSEE. AnNMrrK to Correspond cntB. no. i.x. Wc And from nn examination of our .correspondence for tho past wcok that very mnny persons entertain the Idea that .EastTenncsse In not n good agricultural section. Indeed, during the past week we anct with several gentlemen traveling through the South for observation and Ih vestment, and we find that they had the .impression that our section was too rough, trolllngand sterile forsuccessfculultlvatloti. We have several times heretofore dls . cussed this subject, but as our Northern readers change -new ones coming in every week wo feel ns though tho subject should be noticed. East Tennessee is mostly known as a .country abounding In mineral wealth. ,Her iron, coal, copper and zinc are known .every where as abundant, .rich and certain 'to make us one day a great manufacturing center. These are the paramount attractions in the minds of a very i large class of ...

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. — 6 March 1872

$in0billc S&tcrhljr &j)nmtclc, Mfiwcstmjj, Blmcb ti, 187a. "wednesday ma11c1i 0, 1871!. ;i?Xk3x j.tst gakden. UVIt IUKUKNS. lllnlH About Vctrcfnlilc .Seeds nml lliui( Isir. costinu:i 1'itoM last wuek. JlKETtf. Tlio garden varieties may bo sown in drills, llftecn Inches apart, and an inch nml a half deep, As tlio planta prow, thin to six inches in tlio drills. TJio best speci mens aro crown in deep, rich soil, and where the thinning out is not neglected. The young plants mako excellent greens. To grow the Held varieties, prcparo tlio ground by deep spading or plowing, and thoroughly pulverize and enrich the Mill. Sow seed in drills, two to two and a half feet apart, and thin to stand six or eight inches in the drills. Use the cultivator and hoe. Jc.vnnA(u:. The varieties nro numerous, embracing kinds cspscially adapted for summer, full Midwinter use. ForcW,yusc, sow -seed of the early kinds in hot-bed, or box in the house, early in April, and transplant when the weather will ...

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. — 6 March 1872

mbik mt'cthljr Rankle, WUhxt&nu, ifclnrth G, B7 X RAILROAD - MASSACRK. . A Trnln FnltN Thromth it Bridge Two Killed nml Firiy-llirco Womitlril. "Wo nro called ngaln to chronicle rtfrlght ful railroad massacre on tho Louisville .and Cincinnati Short Lino Road, which occurred on last Friday morning. Wo find this account of It In tho Cincinnati Commercial : Tho tcrrlblo smash occurred nt half past 11 o'clock yesterday forenoon, nt n point on the railroad four miles this sido of 'Aon Station, whero tho railroad crowes Tcn mllo Creek over a Pluck snspcnslon truss bridge, of sixty foct span, resting on two stono piers. Tho trnln was tho regular passeager which left Loulflvllle at 7:50 A. m. and duo nt Covington nt 12:20. It con islstedof two passenger cars, one hnggngo .and ono mall car. Cant. D. B. Vorls, con ductor; Dallas Fullam, engineer. Tho speed of between 18 and 20 miles per hour was checked ns usual lit approaching brldce. but after tho whole train was and near end tho locomo...

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. — 6 March 1872

gtaro&Hlt SKHMUjj Cfcrmtidc, Mdmcirtmj, il;mb fi, 1872, RULE & HICKS, Publishers, Xitmbcr 15 2Iurket Place, Ilnst Siilc. TKKHS OF HIIIIHCIIHTIWX. Ono copy, ono ycaj.. :co Ono copy, six motthv-.. 1 00 16 SO Ten cojilcs, ono year,....-.. Twenty coiUs, ono year,.. ,80 00 WEDNESDAY, HABOH O, 1871 Clubs for the Weekly Chronicle. Tiik year 1872 will bo exciting. County Elections in Auovst, will lie held m tho various counties of the State. A FllKSIPE.7, Vice PmssimtXT, and Cos okessmes for the Vnltcd States, anil a Governor and Members of tho Legislature for thc State of Tennessee, will bo olected in November, lbV It is therefore important that tho pec-plc should havo a reliable political paper, as well an enter taining Family Journal. SOW IS THE TIME TO SVBSUIUKE. Weekly CunosiCLr., $2 00 per year. Clubs of Ten, $1 03 each. Clubs of Twenty, $1 CO each. Send names and money to nriE & HICKS. Knoxville, Tens. WEEKLY SUMMARY OF XIYS. Several steamers havo been sunk by ico on tho ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 6 March 1872

JtiUKtnllt Mcthlji dnnucle, Ubncsbair, gllardj 13, 1872. WKDNJSSDAY, MAltCH C, 1872- NPKCIMK! corii:M Of tbo Chronicli mailed freo to nny address on np- I llcatlon. RATKM OF ADTKKTI8I.HIJ IN WKF.KI.Y. Ten lints, or let;, solid, to eensttluto a square. 2 ' S .at 3 H "bo spack. it pr- an X w u 1 Square f lS)3tni ) 0 CO 2 Square 3 00 0 00 8 SO 10 M 3 Squares 4 SO ! 00 1160 14 fiO 4 Squares fi 00 II 60 14 CO H 00 A Squares 7 50 1(00 It) CO 2S CO a mil. 3 Z t 9 00 11.1 00 in () 23 50 SOW 39 50 27 CO 37 60 45 00 55 50 If Kobt. J. Anderson, Kso.. will consent to become a candldato for Itcprcsontntivo for JoQorson county in tho next election, ho will convcr a favor and receive tho support of Many Voters. MmS Dopi, Wo learn that that hydrophobia i prevailing ,. n r-nn,imri.Hia minnr ill I'nwmi'a i ni inn nm i .W.V. n. ,i..i., i . Vw , :. . ' , J, , , near Cumberland Gup. Our informant stated that ono gentleman in tho neighborhood lost mrco norsos anu anotner a steer which wero bitten by mad ...

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. — 6 March 1872

gtiwriullt WOffty tymtk, WithxcnUg, ggfruxfr fi, m. g MxiHU 'SHwWa il w w. WEDNESDAY, . MAKCII C, WAV A KNOXVILLE IJOr IN 310NTAXA. The I'roitcrt.i, Cllmntc niirt IoMiliWlon of llic Territory. VmoixrA Citv, 'Montana, Juntinry. Missus. Editors : Having breathed Montana air now for nearly two months, I will venture to oiler nn opinion in re gard to it. Yet this is the most unfortu nate season of the year for a stranger to form anvthlug like a favorable idea of the West. rfhe snow storms have been unu sually severe, so much so that we seldom get an eastern mail. Up to this time, I have not been away from the capital. The Legislature has had n iorty days session, anil the Supreme Court has had one sitting since I came here ; thus I have been able to see the leading men of the Territory, either in the legislative hall, on the bench or at the bar. And again, there were many of tho leading men of the Ter ritory here, looking after favorite measures In the Legislature. Among the members of ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 6 March 1872

n0bil(c Mcchln Chronicle, ealcbncsban, Ift'avcb IS, THK l'Al'lFIU KOAD SNOW HLOlKAHE. J low llic l'nMciiRers l.lvctl in Hit .'irs. ltedllchl, of the Cincinnati Oummcrclaf, la out in Kebrnskn investigating the biiow blockade on tliu Union l'nelllo ltond. He Bays tho road has ninny enemies, but the evidence goes to show incompetency in the ofllccru of tlio road'. They were not prepared for tho snow as the Central ltoad was. Ic gets this account of tliesuH'orlng of passengers from Governor l'otts, of Montana: "Was there much sullerlng among the passengers, Governor V" " 2fo actunl sull'urlng among first-class passengers, who were in sleeping cars and had money to buy whatever they could ilnd, except the suffering and anxiety that were natural to the situation. Wc have had plpnty to eat, 1 believe, all tho time, such as it. was, and sometimes it was pret ty rough. "But among the second-closs passen gers, I tell you there lias been sullerlng. You can't crowd so many people together in u ...

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 March 1872

j&wririllc mtMu flnide, Mcimcsban, glarrj) fi, 1872. IIOrE CIRCLE. A l'ANTANIA. )IY OUVKIl WKXDKLL HULSIKS. Kiss lnlno eyelids, benutioiis morn, Blushing Into lifrt now-born! Lend mo violets for my linir, And thy runct robes to wear, Anil thy ring of rosiest iiuo Set in drops of diamond dew! Kiss my check, thou noontido rny, From my lovo so fur nwiiy I Let thy splendor streaming down Turn in pallid lilies brown, Til! its darkening shades reveal Where his passion pressed its sen. Kits my lip;, thou lord of lipht, Kits my lips a toft good-night I "Westward sinks thy poldcn-cnrl Leavo mo but tho oveninp stnr, And thy solaco that shall be, Borrowing nil its light from theo! soMirvin:iii;, AUOBSTA COOIT.K URISTOL. Somewhere, await the treniuros wo havoslrown, AVliich idle hands and feet havo rudely shat tered ; And tendorest lovo shall gather as its own Tho pearls thus scattered. Somowhere, the tears of broken-hearted trust, Of pationt sncrifice, and self-submission, Shall form the r...

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 March 1872

, v VOL. II. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY, MARCH IS, 1S7&. NO. 50. a. . u . FACTS ABOUT EAST TENNESSEE. .Miscellaneous .Subject. NO. I A I. Lnst fall wo had a special correspondent to visit the copper mines In Tolk county, who wroto somo Interesting letters about the rich deposits in that locality Since then wo have heard many inquiries on this subject, which wo cannot answer belter than lo give the, following extracts from an address delivered In 1SC9, before the Knoxvillo Industrial Association by John Caldwell, Esq., since deceased, who gave tho subject much thought : vCan East Tennessee present a field for copper mining equal to Cornwall or Lake Superior ? la reply, let mo call yourf attention to (that magnificent mountain rarigo border ing tho valley of East Tennessee upon the Southeast from tho Georgia to tho Virginia line, and glvo yqu a fow facts and figures vwithln my own personal knowledge. JSarly in 18-51, 1 commenced mining oper ations, for copper, in Polk county, Ten...

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 March 1872

3uwbHU SBtochijj 0nixlc, Mcbnxsimij, lilaKb 13, 1872. WEDNESDAY. MAKCII 13, 1872., jtakm: and ojvriidn, stock kaisixu. Ayrslilrcs, AltlcrucyH. Cliierusejs unit IIoInCcIiis. NO. VII. The Ayrshire breed of cattle como from seotiniui. nicy nro not largo, uut rounu, symmetrical ami handsome. They will thrive nml do well on pastures, or in n ranee, where tho Short llorns would lan guish. That la to saw they nro remark ably hardy. In this respect, at least, they would suit East Tennessee. It 13 conced ed that no breed of stock will yield Bo much milk as they on tho same amount of food. Tney excel in tuo quantity 01 ineir niilK, tnougn us quaiuy is not cquai to that of several other races. For milk for market, and for cheeso, they confessedly stand at tho head of the list. They nro now to bo found everywhere in No sv Eng land and New York ; and it is to bo hoped that some of enterprising dairymen Mill introduce- this superior breed into our midst. Tho Chauuel Islands cattle, embracing Jers...

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 March 1872

I'btllc Mtchljv !0mck, Wcbncstom, tnrrlj 13, S7 TIIE NEW niMFSIIIRE COXTE8T, How the Vote will Hlnrul. Tho election In New Hampshire comes off next Tuesday. Last year James A. "Western was elected Governor, as a Demo crat, by a majority of 807 over 1'lko, Re publican. Tho Democratic majority In tho Legislature was 3. This year the Republicans hope to re deem tho State and tho Legislature and choose a Republican United States Sena tor. They havo,n way in New Hninp alilro of knowing beforo election pretty well how it will go. The New York Times explains it thus : Tho careful canvass made by tho Repub lican Committee shows conclusively that tho Democratic majority will bo overcome, ,nnd that on the geuoral ticket tho Repub licans will have a clear majority of from 800 to 1 ,000. Tills canvassing of tho popu lar voto prior to an election is something unknown, and perhaps impractlcablo in tho politics of New York city, but hero it is an old established custom, and easy of accomplishment....

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 March 1872

pn0billc Mlfchijr )yfl)wlc, Mncstm),; Mhxt Zr8tf. j)C Mcchln (Wjumtelc. RULE 8c KICKS, Publishers, Xumbcr 10 Market Place, asl Side. TEKMS or NUnSCIUPTIOX. Ono eoi7, ona year.......... Ono copy, lis months...... Ten copies, ono year Twenty copies, ono yoar,. $2 00 , 100 i 16 60 ,30 00 WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 1872. WEEKLY SUMMARY OF SETTS. IIOHL'. Tho two ball plovers woro in council nt Cleveland, Ohio, last week Dr. Jayne, of Philadelphia, lost $1,000,000 by firoon thonight of tho 4th inst...r..Tho Gcnova Watch Company have been enjoined for frauds Cold weather provailod universally last wook Tho editors of thoKichmond,(Va.) )Fii'7andtho inquirer, woro prevented lighting a duel last week A convicted criminal who had been pardonod by Warmotb, of Louisiana, has been rearrested. Henry Berry Lowcry, chiof of tho .North Carolina outlaws, i3 reported killed ; tho report is discredited by tho North Carolina papers.., Tho Democrats carried Iroy, -N. i., in a re cent municipal election Col. .La...

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 March 1872

5 Oftb I llcatlon. k.tj:.s oi; advektinu'U in- wkkhlt. , H ..! i ; Ten llriek. or less, solid, to constituto a square. .9 fi 5 .2" & rH r w Q 11' J I M S 3 60 f 4 SO S 6 50 $ 0 CO $15 00 3 (X) C 00 8 60 10 SO K. 60 27 00 460 9 00 11 60 11 60 21 50 37 60 0 00 11 60 14 00 li? 00 30 00 45 00 7 50 14 00 10 50 23 00 33 60 65 60 S I'ACK. 1 Pquaro. J Squares., 3 Squares., 4 Squares.. 5 Squares., Death. Daniel McMullcn, ono of our oldest citizeng, liod at tho rcsidonco 6fihis son, Thos. -N. Mc Mullcn, Saturday at 1 o'clocki aped 78 years. Mr. McMullcn was n nativo of Scotland, and emigrated to this country when young. Died, On "Wednesday ovening, tho Gth inst., at Lis rosidenco in this county, Mr. N. M. Parker, agod about fifty years. Tho deceased was well lenown nnd highly esteemed and his death s will bo dcoply regretted by a largo circle of friends and acquaintances. llcslfrncil. Charles T. Qates, Esq., rccontly appointed Attorney General of tho Third Judicial Circuit, has addressed ...

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 March 1872

ghrafafflt WMkln tffrcomck Mttottsircij, gffnafr 13, 187S5. 6 IKttftXViUC MtCMn ObbWtiXm New England lady, Miss Sadie Wilkin ffHWVW vtlr j son, for breach of promise, eels up in his ailHWUr U1UI I1U UUYIT Ini:u i.toi m ntu OcHcral Merchandise. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 1872. BEXATOB WILSON ON T1IK STUMP. Nome Fncdt Worlli Kernllng'. Beiiator Wilson nindo a most cflcctlve speech in the New Hnmpshlru enmpuign. Wo give below sonic brief extracts, : WHY TltU ADMINISTRATION IS ASSAILED. You would suppose, to bear our Demo cratic friends talk, that wo never bad any corruption before; that they bad always been pure, because they never published a thief. Applause and laughter. I pro pose, right here, to lay down this proposi tion : that tho reason why this Adminis tration la so assailed is not that It has been more corrupt or as corrupt as its predeces sors, but that it is doing much to expose thieving and to punish men who steal. Tho Democratic party I mean the mod ern Democratic party came int...

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 March 1872

$tnobUlc lch)j) iiniclc, aUt)nc$bim, glarcb 13, 1872. I Tito Credit Bylcm. Editors Chronicle: Will you allow a constant render tin opportunity to express himself on the nbove named subject. Aa every ono knows tho tul vantage's of tlio system, It will bo my object to show Home of tho disadvantages arising from it. In business life many men seem to think, when they got tho upperlmnd of a neigh bor, they show how marp (?) they arc, mid felicitate themselves on tho supposition that they nro getting on In tho world. Tho most frequent plan adopted to carry out their designs is to buy everything thoy need on time, vainly Imagining tlmt tho use of tho money will lnuro to their profit, lictud seo how tills works: Mr. A. gets trusted for all ho buys, and Mr. 1J. pays eash. Mr. A. has to pay a good round price for all ho gets, lecauso tho man ho trades with can not ail'ord to wait two or thrco months for his money and sell at cash prices. Thus, A. loses whero B. gains. Agaiu, Mr. A. 'a grocer ...

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 March 1872

8 HOME CIRCLE. the wixd AND nOSK-AJi AJJCIE.VT APOLOGUE. DY JOHN 0. SAXK. A littlo rod llosa bloomod nil nlono In tho hodgo by tho highway side, And tho Wind cnmo by with a pitying moan, And thus to tho flowret cried : "You aro choked with dust from tho sandy ledge Now sco what a friend can do I I will piorco a holo in tho tangled hedge And letthobrcczo como through." " Nay, let mo be I am well onough," Said tho Hose, in deep dismay. .But tho "Wind is always rudo and rough, And of course ho had his way. And tho broozo blew soft ontfio littlo red Rose ; But now she was soro afraid, For tho naughty boys her ancient foes Camo through where tho gap was made. "I see," said tho Wind, when ho camo again, And looked at tho trembling flower, " You aro out of place j it is very plain You wero meant for lady's.bowcr." " Nav, let mo bo I " said tho shuddering Hose, " llo sorrow jI over had known Till you camo hero to break my repose ; Nowploase to lot mo nlono.l " But tho'will'of the Wind is as...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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