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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 12 June 1872

Jlno.tbillc MUtkljj (ljrmuc), ciSlcimcsbnj, June 1S7S. "VVEDNKSDAY JUNK 12, 1872. NrKCi.nr.x corms '( the Chhoniclr mailed free to nny address on nji llcntlnn. hates or AovEitrisixu ix mi:i:iii,v. Ten lines, or lew, solid, to constltuto a square. 1 SauAro $ 1 60 S 3 no'S 4 Ml1 6 fiO $ 00 515 ft) i squares 3 Squares 4 Squares 3 Squares 3 1X1' OIK) 8 CO 10 501 111 60 i!7 00 11 50i Z W 37 60 H 00! SO 00' 45 00 OOl 30 60; 53 60 4 60' 0 001 11 Ml fi lK)j 11 60, 14 00 7 60 11 00i ID 60 Tin: ocoei: m:ii.sTi'.u. Tho cheapest newspaper in tlio South Tlio Ococo ltrgiatcr for ono year, with 50 good en velopes, sent to nny postofllco address, in tlio United ntntes on reccitit of fitly cents. Contains full informntion in regard to Knit Tennessee and parts of States adjacent. Address, llox 102, Cleveland, Tennessee. inn'Jliwoin .Mnrrli'il. On Tiicday evonitiff, Juno Hli, by 1'ev. Thos. "V. Humes, Mr. Geo. II, Smith and Miss Annio liainage, all of tliM city. Tlio Fruit Crop. Never in tho history o...

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. — 12 June 1872

$iMrbHk hlg CHjnnwlc, TObncsbajr, $ unc 1872. WEDNESDAY JUNE 12, 1872. LOflAN HEl'MKS TO SU.1INKK. A Wltlicrlitt? Itcbukc to Hie Milssiicliuirt t Ni'iiuliir. Tho following is tho brief reply of Seip ntor Logan to the attack of Henatnr Sum nor on tlio President: I tun not surprised at the exhibition of virtue made by Democratic HenatoiH, or at their anxiety to adjourn now, after tile Senate lias listened to n deliberate, inn' lignantanil cruel attack, put fortli in their interest, and the benefit of which they expect to receive, wen may tlio Senators on that Hide be satisfied with what lias been done. Well may they nay that they desire to ceaso tho public business and re turn home, now that this attack lias been prepared ami put forth for their benefit better prepared, better delivered and put before tlio country in better shape than either ono of them, in my judgment, is capable of doing. Your side of the case lias been made, gentlemen, and mudo by Senators claiming to be on this si...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 12 June 1872

Nlnlc Xomm. tfour tbousund delinquent tax payers nro ro iiunuu in lynviuson cou my Tlio Kin cs ton Kait Tcnnes&ccaii snva ? Kmi riouj five cent nicUlc9 nro in circulation in this uciRUDoriiood. Tlicro nro larso quantities or poultry niul cetrs linlnn ililni,.,! il.....l. r. 1.'' .. m... 1" ''i'r-v nituuu iiuui j.i:iiiiussuij 111 io iorin .aiaunnia. Tlicy Intro lind n shower or Jlrolilies in Hum nor comity. Ono full through nn onlc trco and pcncirwiou 1110 cartu cloven indies. Thcro nro fivo Lodges of Good Templar mid mu jivisiuiis oi oons oi icmpernnco in uniit tnnoogn, ench numbering n largo member eh iu. Tho Memphis Avalanche thinks Nolon nnd JUhcridgo would provo entirely sntisfiictory ns "ruuicjr mm mown electors, nnu cans upon iuiuius mm I'loming lO resign. Tim Hislimw nfflin f nil,.,, list I'Imi-M, Hi. .11, lii scstilon nt Knshvillp, n week or two ngo, eet niu mo woou irom tno ibui 01 August ns 11 wok of 1'rnyer throughout their denomination j-noronro nov ono Hundred nna s...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 12 June 1872

$tn0MIk SSMtljr ()nmrfl, Mftncsbuir, $unc B7lX 8 HOME CJK.CJL13. XVK 3IRKT uvo.v th: i.i:vi:i.. "Wo meet upon the Iiovol nml wo part upon tho oquaro ; What words of precious moaning tlico words winsome nroi C'omo let im contemplate thotn; they nro worthy of ft thoueht In tho very soul of Masonry thoso precious worui tiro wrougnt. Wo meet upon tlie Level, though from ovcry station como Tlio rich man from his mansion nnd tho poor man iroin ins nomo ; For tho ono must havo his wcnltli and state out- sido tho Vinson's door, And tho other finds his truo respect upon tho chequered floor. Wo meet upon tho Square, for tho world must havo it duo ; Wo minclo with tho multitude a cold, un- friondly crew ; lluttho inilucnco of our gathering In memory is green, And wo look upon tho Level to renew tho hap py scene. Tlicro's a world whero all aro equal wo nro hurrying toward it fast Weehalf meet upon tho Level there, when tho gates of death aro past : Wo shall stand beforo tho Orient, und our Mas ...

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. — 26 June 1872

. 4 t7 -r I ' ' VOL. III. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. JUNE 20. 1872. NO. .13. FACTS AIIODT EAST TENNESSEE. NO liXXVI. fruit niowini;. Fortlio past quarter of ft century, (ho 1m- portnnco of tho fruit crop in tills country (has been steadily increasing. In some parts .of tho North It is the most important crop grown, and man have been engaged for years in improving the quality as well as increasing tho quantity raised. It has been found to pay, andiu a great many in stances, those engaged linvo reaped Im mense fortunes from the products of their orchards. Up to this tinio comparatively little attention has been given tho fruit crops In the South. Orchards have been planted without reference to the quality of fruit, and the trees havo been left to take care of themselves. If tho soil in which trees wcro planted happened to bo of (lie proper character, and If a good quality of fruit was by chance selected we havo seen good orchards, but under Huch circumstance, as a matter of course, ...

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. — 26 June 1872

$tiwttlfc Mtclili) ODferjonicljc, Mttmcgtfmj), $imc IS72 "WEDNESDAY,. JUNE 0, 1871!. XTA.IOX AND GARDEN. Constitution for Tanners' Clubs. Aitriciiti I. This Association shall bo known asFanners' Club. AiiTic iiK II. Its object shall bo to pro motu tho Interests of agriculture, by pre curlncrnnd (llssemlnntintrtbonrnetlcal ex perience of farmers of tho county, nml to conccc laeis in rcgaru 10 its material wealth and so advertise it resources as to attract to its capital and labor. AiiTicXiE III. Its ofilcers slinll be r President. Vice President. Rccordinc See retary, Corresponding Secretary, Treasur er, ana juiurarinn. Ahticlk IV. Section 1. It shall bo the duty of tho President to presldo over tho deliberations of tho Club ; to maintain or- tlcr and decorum, to eniorco tno rules and regulations, to appoint committees, and to call n meeting ot tho Club whenever in his judgment tho agricultural interests of tho county may require it. Snc. 2. The VIco Presidcntshall preside in tho abs...

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. — 26 June 1872

mtik Witchh) dfljmmtlc, Mcimcjftni), .unc '26, 1872. Tim fki:k tiiak council at fii'tii AVEJiUi:. Agricultural Warehouse. Itcal Ks(nlc. ArlcuUurnl IinplcmciitN. Ileal Kstatc. The Meeting Uiirrtilfrul or Kcsmltsu Washington, Juno 21. Dispatches re garding tho Fifth Avenuo hotel nicotine aro unsatisfactory, and possibly in mnny respects untruthful. J. D. Cox presided. Thcro was a largo German representa tion. Tho Frco Trado Democrats were ve hement In their opposition to Greeley, though tho acceptance of Greeley was dom inant. Trumbull saw no option but to support Greeley. Scburz aaid ho must support Greeley from necessity. IIo sug gested a call of States: Alabama, Greeley, Col. Forsyth spokesman; Arkannas, Greeley, Senator lllco spokesman ; Con necticut, antl-Grecloy, D. A. Wells spokes man ; but Mr. English said tho Democrats ,of Connecticut wcro good for Greeley; Georgia, Greeley, Henry "NV. Illllyor spokesman: Illinois, Horaco White, of Chicago, said tho Democratic and Repub lican...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 26 June 1872

lii0btllc WLuhty mmlc, TOctmcsimjj, unc au, 1S?2. 1 fflbc Mlcchln Chronicle. RULE & RICKS, Publishers, dumber 10 Market Place, JL'asl Side. ti:h.m.s or Hunsmiii'Tiox. Ono coiiy, ono year t- 00 Ono coy, six months 1 00 Ten conies, ono yenr 10 60 Twenty corlcf, ono year,. ....,, .,,.,,..,., 59 00 WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 187?. For President, FTArSSES S. GRANT, OF ILLINOIS. For Vice President, HEN 11 Y WILSON, OF MASSACHUSETTS. WEEKLY SUMMARY OF NEWS. An cngincon thoPittsburjr.Uinc'miiati and St Louis Kailroad ran over two unknown mon; thoy wcro lying over tlio track with their head mid 1'ect on tlio rail? A body of Indians estimat ed from 0,000 to 10,000 have been overrunning Young. Jack, Denton and Parker counties, Texas Tho number of metal -workers on i strike at Now York havo been constantly nug montcd by new accessions, and some trouble is anticipated The excursion of Southern edi tors was in Duffalo on the 18th insL, and from thenco departed to visit Niagara Falls im- menso number...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 26 June 1872

!nobi!lc ffittcthljj Cljnmicle, ftillcimcsuan, unc 3 "WEDNESDAY, , JUNK 20., 1872. Nl'r.t'IMKJf COl'IKS Of Iho Chkonici.k mulled free to nny address (in np I Mention. KATT.N or AlVi:Ul'INlN IN W1IKKIX Ten lines. or less, solid, to constitute a square. ' K ' i c o ! b rl - 1 u $ 4 Ml J GEO 8 60 10'SO 11 60 li 60 11 00 li 00 ll) 60 28 00 s S - 53 1 Squanw.d $ 1 W $ 3 W) U Squares....:.- '3 00, 0 00 3Bquiires 4 60 !l 00 4Kminrc. I n H) 11 K) j.u nobis oo lrt Wl'27 oo B 60! 37 60 30 OOl IS 00 JJ 50! 65 60 5Eqttarc l 7 60 11 W ,1 1 tiii: ojoi:i: itrnisri:it. Tho cheapest newspaper In llio South Tho Ocoffl Register for ono yenr, with 00 good en velopes, sent to nny postoilico address in tlio Uniicil atatos on receipt of fifty cents. Contains full information iti regard to liaat Tennessee nnd part of States adjacent. Address, llox lu'J, Cleveland, Tcnnessco mn'J'iwJlm To Clnliuniil. All persons havit.g clnims in my hands, wlio expect to take their testimony at Knoxrllle, aro requested to b...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 26 June 1872

irttobillc $8tcchlj! (SfpotAck, Mtbnxsbitjy, $auic sij, 1872. G "WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1871 MOM CONNECTICUT. New IfltVI'll Willi llH HoillCN lllltl StlllllCll HircetH IN Mniiiirnclorlcv Hnoxvllle'N RriircNCkilntlvo lit Yule CoUoro Tlie Po litical ISItnnilon. Kdltorinl Correspondence. Kmv Havkn, Juno 14, 1871!. I am hi tho Nutmeg State, in itsbeauti ful Elm City, slindol by some of tlio llnest trees that ever grew, anil boasting of some of tbe costli est ami handsomest residence on thti continent. Now Haven Is clinng iug gradually from its former iiuiet, retlr ed and attractive homo features to u bust ling manufacturing city, with a growing foreign element. It is three years since I visited it before and the changes in the re spects named seem to me very marked. Tta good people notice them and Homo of them aro not very kindly accepted. It is, nevertheless, ono of the handsomest cities of its hizo on the continent. A leading feature iu its architecture and general ap pearance is the ver...

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. — 26 June 1872

D ginoibillc Uchlii (khronick ftttlcimtsbiiji, unc 2C, l$?a. Hnst Tcnuisscc AVeslcynn ITnhcrslly. ATHENS, June 19, 1872., The closing exercises of tlio nbovo named hibtltution commeiicctl Friday nnd closed to-dny. Friday, Moudny nnd Tuesday wero occupied In tlio examination of tlio classes. The exercises wero attended by Intelli gent ami appreciative audiences, appa rently much Interested. Wo spent most of the time In the Math ematical Department, which Is in tho chnrgo of Prof. jNIilburn. All tho classes were closely questioned by teachers, vis itors nnd examiners appointed, by which tho students evinced their familiar ac quaintance with the subjects discussed. Wo understand that Prof". Mllburn has devoted his entire tlmo to this depart ment, by reason of which ho Is the more successful. There wero abundant expressions of satisfaction in tho departments of Dr. Cobleigh, Profs. Manker nnd Atlce, and Misses Ilnuschlld and Mason. Dllllcult subjects nnd critical questions wero proposed...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 26 June 1872

$"iiiobHk Mttltltt (Sfpawxtk, Mdmcsimjj, $unc &ti, S7 8 IIOWE CJKCL13. HIK UOI.l.'N VMJJL. "Dolly, I'm tired, so tired ul'jilny, Your cheeks will my tears tiru wet ; No ono will look for lit, though it is Into, For niotlior Is s lumbering yot ; Slumbering yet, though slio loves Us o, But, Holly, we'll go and see, And if sho cnti lieur us, 1 know the will vnl;e, Jly Dolly, for you and inc. "Dolly, our mother's nsloop by tliU tree, They covered tho iilneo with grass For fear of tho cold, mid lest sho should hear Tho footsteps of peoplo Hint pass. Homo 1 must go wlicn it sets quilo dark, But, Dolly, I'll lenvo you hero ; If mother should wnkon,.ntid see you, she'll know Wo too have been wntidoring near. "Oh, Dolly, it's snowing, thcro's no ono to euro, And oh, it is dnmp mid chill ; Voor mother mny wuknn, so, Dolly, we'll stay, And lovingly watch by her still." Both mother and orphan wore sleeping soon, Thoy heard not tho wind's sad tone, "While drifting tho snow o'er their resting...

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. — 3 July 1872

(Kit IWlff f I f VOL. III. ,KNOXVILLE, TBNN., WEDNESDAY, JULY 3. 1872. NO. J 4. PACTS AIJOUT EAST TENNESSEE. Answers to I'orrcspoiHlcnfs. NO. IiXXVII. Wc have dining the past week received several letters from correspondents, In quiring about matters that arc of general interest, wo therefore publish the letters and answers. The llrst Is as follows: CiivsTAL T. O., Tama Co., Iowa, "I May 27, 1872, J Editohb CunoNiciii: : Vour favor is re solved and contents noted, and am well pleased. Enclosed find subscription for six months for your paper, which you will send to tho above address. As I have concluded to more South, to your part of Tennessee, you will oblige me very much if you will answer me the fol lowing questions, as it will save me, per haps, a trip to your State before I move, and extra expense : "What Is the-prlccof agoodspan of horses or mules V Of a good set of harness'.' What month do you sow winter wheat? Could I rent a house to live in if 1 should movo before buying, 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. — 3 July 1872

Ui0bi(Ic Mrckln 0iridt, frttfamcsunjr, nln 3, 1872, Medical. Stoves ami Tlnvarc. Patent 1'alnt. JULY 0. 18721 The East Tennessee anil Korlh Carolina itallroart. Editokh CmtoNiciii: : At tlio April term of Mo County Court of Jefferson county, there -was an election ordered to bo held on tlio Jlrst Thursday of August. Tlio question to bo voted upon is, whether or not Jellerson county will endorso as se curity SoO.OOO in mortgage bonds of tho Clifton and Knoxville, or, ns tho stylo of tho charter will be, tho .East Tennessee 1 "K- 1 1 . m 11 -n.-ii . it i uuu jliu4i.ii v.aiuiinii jivuuronu, mo county to retain a llrst lien upon tho road bed. mi I., f i. ... ... xnoso m mvor 01 ino proposition are to havo written upon their tickets "Itnllroad" and those oimoscd to it nro to havo written upon their tickets, "No rail- roau."uur menus oi mo norm aiue ot tlio county now havo an excellent opportunity to harmonize past differences, will they extend to tho south side that courtesy nud gratitud...

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. — 3 July 1872

i gltT0btlIc Mcdilj) (!0.uck, Mrtmcsimir, lulu 3, B7 SUNSTKOKL'. lis Prevention mid Tronliiicm. The gradiml heightening of the rnngc of the thermometer mid tho occnaionul re port of n enso of sunstroke, remind us un pleasantly that tho plague of our hot sum mers autl close cities is upon us, and sug gests that wo tako tho proper precautions for Its prevention and understand some thing of Us proper treatment. A knowl edge of It rational treatment should ho possessed hy all, for the disease Is often so rapidly fatal that tho patient not uufro--quently dies beforo medical aid can bo had. Tho following extract from an able articlo by Dr.ir. C. Wood, in Lippincalt for July contains much valuable Information oh the subject and should be carefully read by all thoso who aro exposed to Intense heat: " Thcro should In such cases be no wait ing for tho doctor. Tho remedy is so simple and the death so Imminent, that the good Samaritan passing should save his brother. Tho good Samaritan must, ho...

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. — 3 July 1872

gtorfdlc MccMj) (tinrnklc, fiSkftncsfeng, nln :j, S7 4 RULE & HICKS, lublishors, Number 19 Market J'lacc, East Side. Ti:itMS U" NUIIKCIIIITIOX. Ono cow, oho year - - f- W One copy, six mouths 1 00 Ton coiiies, ntioycar 16 CO Twenty copicJ, ono year, 30 00 "WEDNESDAY JULY !5, 1872, NATIOXAI, HEPUHLICAN TICKET. Tor President, ULYSSES S. Gil A NT, OF lI.MNOIfr'. Tor Vice President, HENRY WILSON, OF MASSACHUSETTS. WEEKLY SUMMARY 01' XLWS. Peter Cooiwr, ef New York, condemns tho labor strikes in thnt city Tho triul of tho murdoror Stokes kns commenced in Now York. Horatio Seymour hns boon elected Sachem of Taunuany.. Tho Democratic dologates to tho Baltimore Convention, from Georgiu, aro in favor of harmonious action at its meeting The Democratic and Liberal republican Stato Conventions of Now Jersoy and Illinois met on tho 20th ult Tho interest law of Connecticut, which has been in force two hundred years, was repealed last week by tho Logislaturo by a voto of 131 to 40 ; tho rato w...

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. — 3 July 1872

liu)billc Mtt) Qi-bt'oniclc, aclUx)ncstan, .uln :j, 187a. WEDNESDAY, JULY !l, 1872. srr.ci.Mr.N' copies Or the Cnr.o.Nlci.K mulled free to any address on ap l llcatlnn. liAxr.s or Avi:it nsi(i ix wi:i:ki.y. Ten lines, o". less, solid, lo constltuto ft square. 1 Sriunro.... 2 Squares.. .TSqunroj.. 4 Squares.. 5 Squares.. $ 0 601$ 0 00 $15 00 10 601 10 Ml 27 00 11 611 1 fit 60i 37 60 18 00! so W)1 45 00 28 00 l 31160' 63 60 Tin: ocoi;r. Jtcci.sixit. Tho cheapest newspaper in tlio Soutli Tlio Ococc llegistcr for ono year, with 60 good en velopes, sent to nny postoffico address in tlio "United atatcs on receipt of fifty cents. Contnlns full inforinntion in regard to Knit Tonncsseo and parts of Stntcs adjacent. Addres, llox 152, Cleveland, Tennessee. mn'Ji!v!lin To CIllllllnlilH. AH porsons having claims in my ImmK who c-xp ct to take their testimony at Kaoxvllle, nro requested to bring their witnesses heforo tho Commissioner at onco James N. Hay, Juno -lth, 1872. viodftw.1t Mooted. 10,0...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 3 July 1872

tK0biIlc Wtthhi (tfyxamtk, TOtorabag, Jnln 1SZ2. 0 WEDNESDAY, JULY 3, 1872. American Rattle of Dorking, Or, U. (J. at inc mine uousi;. 11Y MAX ADELKR. You ask mu to tell you, my children, of ttio events which immediately preceded tho destruction of tho once great Ameri can Union, and the capture of the country by its present lutropcnn rulers, unu to say something also of tho cause which led to these deplorable results. I undertake the task with n heavy heart : for when I re vert to that terrible time I can not help contrasting our proud condition up to that fatal year with the humiliating position occupied now by tho American people. Tho story is a short one. In tho fall of 1872 Horace Greeley, the editor of a news paper in Now York, was elected President of the United States. Tho people voted for him because they thought ho was an honest mau ; and so he was. Hut he was also valu and weak, and ho entertained certain fanatical and preposterous notions about agricultural matters, for ...

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. — 3 July 1872

ftnobilk Sfitfcjchlj) UDIjvonirlc Mcimcsbnn, it(n 3, 187a. EASTERN DIVISION FAIR. List of Premiums. All I'rciiiliiiiii to bo l'ulil In ronrj'. S. Cur. Tho following is a list of Premiums oirerod by tho Stockholders of tho Eastern Division Fair, thi exhibition to begin on the 1 1th mid end with thj 10th day of October: FIKST DAY-TUESDAY. Ut Wool. Superintendent P M Crnigniile. Was? . Toxtilo Fabric and Materials. .Morino. A lbs or over, Diploma. Saxony, " " " 3Uddlc, " Combing, or long, -1 lbs or over, " Htl Mill Fabrics of East Tennessee Mantfac inrc, Joans, 20 yds or over, "Whito Linsoy, 20 yds or over, Plaid " " " Blankets, all wool, " cotton woof, Yarn, wool, for knitting 0 dozen or over, " cotton, " 1!0 " Hosiery, children's, fancy knit, 1 pair, $3 00 3 3 3 t 1 1 1 Household Fabrics. Superintendent John "Williams. Joans, 10 yds or over, Limeys, plaid or striped, 10yds,or over, " whito, 10 yd or over, Cottonados. 10 yds or over, Cotton cloth, plaid, 10 yds or over, ' " plain, " d...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 3 July 1872

$mbxlh WSttblu mwk, Mfbnxsbaj, 3, 1872. 8 HOME CIRCLE. MYItllll. Jtv joaquih MiLt.iat. "And you nnd 1 liuvo buried Lovo, A road seal on tlio coffin's lid ; Tlio clerk below, tlio Court above, Pronounced it dead ; tlio oorpoj W hid, And 1, who never crossed your will. Consent thut you may havo it still. ' 3, S f "What rooks it now whoso m the blmiie ? Hut cull it rnino j l'or buttoi used Am 1 to wrong niid cold disdain Can better bear to bu accused Of all that wears tho shape ol' fdiann?, Than have you fool one touch of blamo. a a "I go alone; no littlo hands Ti lend tnc from forbidden way, No littlo voico in other lands Shall cheer mo on the weary days ; Yet these uro yours, and that to mo Is much indeed, and it must be. " "I did not blamo you do not blame Tho stormy elements of soul That I havo scorned to tono or tamo, Or bind down unto dull control. In full, fierco youth, they all aro your "With all their folly und their force. , " But should you somelimo read n sign, A namo among...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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