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

nobillc (LiLlcchl) (omc)c, ictmcsDan, $uln SI, 187a. JULY 21, 1872. " si'kcimkn' corir.s Of the CiiRONlCtK matted froa to any addro's on' ap Mention. . ItATKS or AlVi:itTISIXJ IN WKKKI.T. Ten tines, or less, solid, to constitute a square. 0 a H - 1 " " 1 1 Square 2 Squares 3 Squares 4 Squares 5 Squares 8 1 SO 8 3 ffl($ 60 J fi WrS 0 00, $15 00 3 00' .C 00 8 50 10 601 16 SO. 27.00 4 601 9 00 11 N)l 14 601 5 M 37 50 II ft) 11 Ml 14 001 IS 00' 30 00 41 ( 7 60: 14 00' W Ml 23 00' 3J 60 63 50 1 ' t I 1 The Woeltly Chronicle. AVo aro under obligations to our mnny friends for tho handsome clubs of subscribers to tho AVkkkly CltnoMCl,K which vo nro adding to our list. AVc nro publishing n paper containing nearly thirty columns of reading mutter fur moro than is published by any other journal in East Tennessee. Our trlends can not do vis a greater service, or render tho Republican cause more efficient aid than by circulating the AVkkk iy Chkoniclk. "Wo givo a full selection of homo news, and...

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 July 1872

Itnfttbillc SSIwhljr jmitlc, TOtmcsbag, $itln tfx, 1872, WEDNESDAY JULY 24, 18": Iloutivcll on Greeley's Financial Ideas. In Secretary Boutwell's Raleigh, North Carolina, speech on the lGtli, ho thus dis poses of one of the chief of Greeley's fool ish vngnrics on the financial policy of the Government: For three year?, Greeley, through tno columns 01 me " rnuune," una nuviscu tho Secretary of the Treasury to sell tho gold m uie Treasury and apply the pro ceeds to tho nnvment of the nubile debt. thus wwing Interest, and then to resume specie payment, or ratiier tneso two bits of advice have been frequently and inter changeably presented, without at any time stating what in his judgment is entitled to precedence in tho order of events. But it can very well bo understood that tho sale of the gold in the Treasury, whether for tne payment ot tno puonc ueot or otuer wise, would put it out of tho power of the Government to resume specie payment ; that the sale of the gold in the Treasury, ...

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 July 1872

gin0tillc iLtcchln Chronicle Wcimtsfoaij, itln 1872. 7 TELEMtAPHHJ SUMMERY. Mnll ndvicca up to July 11th, give do tailed recounts or tho nilrny between Con nul General Butler nnd tho Khedive's American officers, Butler nnd his Secre tary, Wndlelgh, and an attache of the Con- Hulato named Btrologo M-cro (lining atthe i Greek Itestaurant Vvhcro were also Gen- V Am Minv wore lefivlni? tho rcalnnnm t. AK tUOJ were It J'b "'fi ii .tul Ijorlnp nnd Reynolds pnluted Butler, but Campbell paSSCl 011 Without recognizing him. Butler shouted, good evening, Mnjor Campbell. Campbell retraced his steps. liigii words una uiowh ensued, ana me wholo party went into tho street, whore Wndlclgh llrcd severnl shots nt Cnmpbell, lvmindlnif blm ilnmrprnnsK'. Beynoldsthcn llred at 'ndleigh with out effect. The dlillculty is reported to have grown out of a long-standing enmi tv between Butle'rnnd Camnbell. Tho Mllltnrv Commission to lnauire Into the recent fracas is still In session. It is comnoscd of General...

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. — 24 July 1872

s Jhosbillc Mahljr (rxmirk, Mcbncstoaj), .u(n 2ft, B7 iionrE oiiicxE. aitaixinFridi:. J'aiittit on llif CnwCntclicr f u r.nroiiKi llvo Until ItiwtMTiirii forty .'fllcx n llmr Over it m-iMV-Ilrltlgc A. Uo,l Mini. CIll.ltIN tMIC. From the Foughkeopslc Eacle It was published exclusively in the .'agio of Fritlny, that between ton mid olovon o'ciock tiio intent previous, .innii'H Carter, of HiikIisoii villo, was struck by the aecoml I'ncHlc express unil carried on the pilot of engine 10 vew jiniiHninr station, with no bones broken. To us tlienllUir seemed n remnrkable one, and accordingly sought details, and, visiting the place, obtained tliein as follows : At twenty minutes pas ten on the night In miestion, Carter was walking up the Hudson ltiver Knilroad on the down track, nearly a mile south of the Xcw Hamburg station. Upon his back he carried an e'mp ty trunk. His destination was New Ham burg, from which place he intended to wnlk to Hughsonville, where he was to work in 3Ir. Falkner'...

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 July 1872

mm VOL. III. ICNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. JULY 31, 1872. NO. 18. FACTS ABOUT EAST TENNESSEE. Climate. NO. J.X1V. In answer to repeated Inquiries, wo pub 1h below an article1 on our climate that will we know bo of general interest: Letters from every Northern Stato come to us every day, and tho burden of com plaint In nine cases out of ten of them, is tho long, cold winters of their Northern homes. Roads and farms are deep under snow, rivers, lakes and creeks ice-bound, coughs, catarrhs, consumption, fcc, are the allllctions that turn tho minds of our correspondents to tho South for homes. They prefer East Tennessee because of its fortunate situation midway between the oppressive summers of tho Gulf States rnd tho protracted, severe winters of the North. We propose to answer the many inqui ries in reference to our climate by facts nnd figures that can not bo disputed, and that show our climate entitled to even more prralse than it receives. Wo have frequently discussed our climate a...

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 July 1872

Sfaasbiltc gatcchlj) 0niclc, Mrimcsimn, $uln 31, 1872. watt fMiij 0hmifk WEDNESDAY,. 'JULY 31. 1872: ITAKIVX ;VIVX GARDEN. WIDE AWAKE FABMEE5. The present season litis been In most re hpects extremely fnvorablo to the farmers .iiieyieiti ot wheat was abundant. Yet we hear from many sections creat com. l!aintd that some of the crop lias been lost y tea weather. This affords an opportu nity io can attention to the creat number of farmers who aro trying to farm without the necessary facilities for doing their work successfully. Tho machinist who tries to do his work withoutthe proper tools and machinery finds that his competitors who are better prepared for the work excel him both in the amount of work done and in the character of it. A carpenter does not expect to build houses without tools. What rignt has the farmer to expect to plant his seed, culti vate his crop, gather his harvests or save It when gathered, without the proper help and implements and out-buildings ? Has he any reas...

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. — 31 July 1872

gtiuri'billc Mcdiljr (0WcU, ftcLtctmcsban, itlir .31, 1872, Campaign Notes. Tho mournful fact la announced Unit tho Villiscd (Iowa) Journal, tho first Itepubll cnu paper that announced ltsolf for Grce loy In that State, has already given up the ghost. IJtit ono of tho same stamp remain. Hon. ,T. J. Davis and GoTcrnor Jacob, two of tho most influential Democrats of Western Virglniti,havc publicly announced their opposition to Urceley aud the Baltl moro swindle. It is reported that Hon. John A. Pctcru will not consent to bo u candidate for re election to Congress from tho district which ho has represented for tho last three terms, owing to pressuro of privato business. Ho will, however, give his support to tho lie publican ticket, and take che stump for Grant and Wilson. A Wisconsin Greeley man, whoso white hat was severely dusty from a long railroad trave, wanted to "know how tho old thing worked" in that train, so ho weut fo a vote among tho passengers. He didn't count tho small boy...

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 July 1872

gimttbillc SBJcchlu mucl(:, Ictmcsimir, guln 0), 187a. 4 ST-bc (fttcchtn (Cbwmitlc. RULE & HICKS, Publishers, A'umber 10 Market J'lace, East Side. TKItMN OI' MJHSC'IUl'TIOX. One capr, one year - $2 00 Ona copy, tlx month;, 1 00 Ten copies, nnc year, 16 50 Twenty coplcf, ono year 30 00 "WEDNESDAY," JULY 31, 1872. NATIONAL ltEl'UHLlCAX TICKET. For Prosidont, ULYSSES S. GRANT, OF ILLINOIS. For Vies President, HENRY WILSON. OP MASSACHUSETTS. na:oiiis couxty ticket. FOR SHERIFF. V. F. GOSSETT. FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK. J. S. A. BLANG.' FOR TAX COLLKCTOR. JOHN JI. HARRIS. FOR. DISTRICT ATTORNEY. JAMES N. RAY. FOR COUNTY TRUSTEE. 15. F. BEARDEN. WEEKLY SUMMARY OF SEWS. Tho eight hour strike in New York ha? col lapsed Tho Argentine Confederation has or dered threo iron-clads from tho United States, to co-t $2,C00,OCO Tho new French minister hns been presented to the President Spotted Tail is in favor of Grant's re-election The shops of the Erie Railroad at Brooklyn were burned on the 23tl...

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 July 1872

Jln'ovbtllc SSUckli. Chronicle, JStctincsii.m, Suln 31, 18?1 "WEDNESDAY, . ....... JULY 31. 18WV MIW'.CIMKX COIMI'.S Of tho Ciironici-k mailed frco to any address on ap I llcnttnn, . KATKN OF AlIVEItTININIl IN WUIIKI.Y. Ten lines, or less, solid, to constitute a square. a I B -irACK. i 1 Pquaro 1 $ 1 SO $ 2 Squares n 3 0) .1 KiiiinrcJ 4 50' 3 50 J 4 Wl J 0 50 J 0 (X) 1J W) 0 Oi); 8 601 10 fit)' If- SO' '.'7 00 9 (X) 11 bO H fiU il 60 57 SO 4Rquarei !i fl 00, 11 W 6 Squares M 7M 14 00 14 00' IS (10 30 00, 45 00 1(1 to i OOi MM SO 60 Wuilteil Inmicdliitel.v. 20.000 bushels of "Wheat. "White and lied. The wheat must bo well cleaned. viiCOd&wlt. Al.usox & McClvxu. tiii: ocoi:i: iti:t:i.NTi:n. The cheapest newspaper in the Houth -Tho Cmrt- llminff for oitn vonr. with CO rood on vcloncs. sent to nny postoffieo address in tho United ntatoa on recoittt of fifty cents. Contains full information in regard to Unat Tonnosseo nnd parts of States adjacent. Addro-s. Hox lu2, Cleveland, Ten...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 31 July 1872

Jtinosbillc SSMtfjj &)imudc, Wcbitcsbmr, 31, 1S?2. G WEDNESDAY JULY 31, 1872. From Gcriuniiy. "We nre permitted to make the following extracts from u letter written by a Knox- ville boy : , MUNJcn, June 30, 1872. Supposing you liuvo alrcndy received my letter of the 27th lint., I will now give you n short description of Prague and what we saw in that old city so lull of history and Romanism. It contains about 180,000 inhabitants. The river Moldace, a stream about as large .is the Holston, divide the town into two parts the old and new. This river is spanned by live handsome bridges, not such as wo are accustomed to see at home, but such as will last thousands of years such us are real ornaments to a city. Prague is one of the oldest cities in Eu rope, dating from A. D. 807. Hardly any city in Northern Europe has played so conspicuous a part in the history of the world, especially religious world. From the tower of the Royal Castle it looks like a -city of churches. Indeed it mus...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 31 July 1872

Snpjfbillc OTcchl), mudt Mcbncsiuin, uln 31, 187a. Dr. Livingstone's Kxploratlnns. The New York Independent gives the following nutnmtiry of the information brought by Mr. Stanley, the correspondent of the New York Herald, from Dr. Llv ingatone : Six years ngo Inst March Dr. Livingston left Zanzibar with thirty men. Within eight months nearly tho whole party had deserted him. afraid of the tribes in the In terior. Having struggled on to tho land of Honda, where lives the famous King Cazembe, and who was very friendly, he struck n fine stieam, called Chambezl, which was invariably spoken of by the Portuguese as "our own Zabezl," meaning that Ft was Identical witli the Zambezi which Hows through tho Portuguese pos sessions of the Mozambique. This Idea p.ni!,ed Inlliilte trouble to Dr. Livingstone. who was able only after infinite trouble to to satisfy himself that the Chnmbezl Is an entirely dillercnt stream beiiiK. indeed, the lonir soucht source of tho Nile. It has its source about ...

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 July 1872

Jflnoi-billc Wiczlxlu (!jonk(r, ftllcbncsbaj), $uln 3), 1872,, IWrUlen Hxpywalylfor the Sunday Chronielc.J or Tim rntion." 11Y FANCllON. Just twelvo month? ago ('sub ron, you know, This conl'csion, so don't think it bold) Youwuietomo then, tho most hnmhvmc of men, A sort of Apollo of old. Bat roiilly,you know, that's twelve months ago, And n your gives ono tinio to forget, Ono scarce can remeinbor, from June to Dc- cembor, u whom one lust mndc a "dead set." I then wnrc your rlngt ft beautiful thing, A clu-tor of diamonds, you know) I nlmoH regret thnt ono must forgot, For my rivals did envy me so. The first time wc met, (I remember it yet) I wore n maize silk with n train, That nwkward young Ulight tore tho trimming that night, And I never could match it again. Sat it's over nt last, this dream of tho past, "We lost what wo ne'er can regain, Dut with nil of your faults, you really could waltz Far better than most of the men. Ali! whom can wo trust, our hupos turn to dust, At the tou...

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 August 1872

A k . . IU4. II I m vm. m m m m m. m m wt im VOL. III. KNOXVILLE, TENN., "WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 7, 1S72. NO. 19. COUNTY The Country People Aroused and En thusiastic Alnrkct Square Wild Willi Excitement and Fan. A Jollification at tlie, Court House Speeches and a Good Time. ISnrly on Friday morning the people from the country flocked into the town by the score to hear the result of the county elections. There have been few elections In Knox county that provoked greater ln torist than that of Thursday. There has iievor been a time, when the llepublican organization did such quiet but effective work, and never has there been more strik ing proof of the value of systematic, honor able canvassing than it afforded in the splendid triumph the CintoNK'i.K record ed yesterday. As soon as the news of the grand tri umph spread in the ranks of the country people the enthusiasmincreasedand eviden ces of unusual gratification were given in a thousand ways. There was nt one time as many as live hundre...

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 August 1872

JULY SI. 1872J MME AM) ITS USKS. ltoply n T. Itllcylicc, Hcc'y.i Ac, Ennons CiinoNiCLi: : Tho following important eoninnuiicationi with regard to linio ami 1U uses, was addressed to nio by the intelligent Secretary of tho "Fanners and House-keeper's Club" of Fricndsville, Blount county, Teunebsee, with the re quest that T answer it. Tho letter is as follows : "DnAitSin: I was directed, at the last meeting of our club, to address thee on the subject of tho use of limo as a fertilizer. How should it bo applied to land, at what time of the year, how much to tho acre and on what kind of lands will it pay tho best? and nny other information on tho subject that thou mayest think will bo of interest to tho club. Our farmers are boglnning to bo alive to tho subject of agriculture, and are anxious to bo Informed how to increase tho produc ing properties of the soil. By answering the abovo intorogatories thou wilt oblige many farmers. Respectfully, &c, T. Riley Lek, Scc'y., Ac." In reply ...

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 August 1872

Campaign Notes. Nobody ought to poke fun at tho crow ns an artlclo of Democratic diet. It Is as good as anything to dlo tit. JHisoitri Dem ocrat, A thorough canvass of the county shows 'hat thcro are moro Democrats In Musca tine county, Iova, who will not vote for Greeley than thcro nro Itepubllcans who will not voto for Grant. Jason . Drown, Democratic Senator In ho last Legislature from Jackson county, rndlana. delivers an address at Medora, Jackson county, to-day, declaring for Grant nnd Wilson. In 16U0 Mr. Greeley wrote the following paragraph : " You must stop electing to the Legislature such men as Mattoon, ikcn, Demus. and three dozen moro s lph. or corruption can never bo van- ulshed. if you lie down with such dogs you will get up allvo with lleas." These three men aro now for Greeley. How ,ibout the lleas '.' The Buflhlo Jh'cniny Post, for a quarter f a century tho advocate of most unim peachable Democracy, raises tho people's -tandard of Grant and Wilson. At tho West such ...

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 August 1872

ghrosffllc Mcckig omtfe, OTctwcsimg, $$ 7, 1872. 4 bc Mcchfii !CJ) 120 nick RULE -fc RICKS, Publishers, dumber 19 Market Place,. Bast Side. tiihjis or .suiiscnmriox. One copy, onb year $2 09 One copy, six montlis .. 1 00 Ten copies, one year, ; 15 CO Twenty carte;, one year, SO 00 WEDNESDAY,: .' AUGUST 7, 1872. XATI0XA1, KEPUHLICAN TICKET. For President, ULYSSES S. GRANT, OF ILUXOlS. For Vice PresIdMt, HENRY WILSON, OF MASSACHUSETTS. WEEKIjY summaey of news. W. S. Grooibeck has declared for Greeley... A flro in .Now York on the 50th ult, cost S3o0,- 000 A torriblo riot occurred in Savannah, Ga., on tho night of July GOth, between the whites and negroes AnJndian raid near La redo, Texas, is reported Gen. Banks has joined tho ranks of tho Liberals Shelby county went Democratic by S00 majority last Thursday i,000 coal miners at St. Clair, 111., are on a strike. roitiutix. Each ship will be examined separately by tho Gonovft Arbitrators Mexican refugees are flocing to Texas Asiatic chol...

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 August 1872

nobi(lc Mlcchln Cljronick, ft&lctmcsDan, futcjust 7, 187a. 5' WKDNKSDA.Y. . .j . . AUGUST Tj, 1872. Nl'llCIMKX COIMUS Of the CnRONtct.K mulled frco to nny address on np licatimi. iiati:s of avi:iitimmi in wr,i:ui,v. Ten lines, or less, solid, to constltuto n square. 0 H 3 H M c SPACK. I Squnro 1 S 1 M S 3 6o'$ 4 60,$ fi 50 $ 0 Of) o j, ,.,,. i ! m r. ml An1 hi run 1(1 fill 2 nimre flBqUliroS I 4 Squares 5Squurcs , On l'rttlmHon. Our friend of tlio Democratic Executive Com mittco having voted tlio Dcpublicnn ticket yes terday, a? wo understand, wo receive him into tho party on probation, If, nt the end of six months ho proves to be all right, wc will take him in full fellowship. Try Your I. tick. Wi'lhnvo already called attention to the in viting; advertisment of tho Directors of tlio Eastern Division Fair for tiio sale of sea-on tiokctsto tho Fair this fall. Head it carefully againiind again. It will do theo good, if you buy i ticket and get the $5,000 premium. What n golden opp...

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 August 1872

Jnmsbillc Mtthljy 2miidc, frcLlcuncstmj), luujujst 7, 1872. G "WEDNESDAY VUOUST 7, 1872. ANOTHER LEAF FKOJI HISTOllY. Con Itcbul l'.nil-Mirlr'f ami Xorllicru l)rm' ncritlw Iot!'(l In Oiunilii IImv Trlttmic E'lllloi titls (ino . V I 1 mill t'omlort In tho llent-l (tovpriuiu'iil CJrci'lcy vioiilil Iihvc AiSinllliil (lie ltclx-t Agents anil Spies ttilu Wiitliiiictiiii v.illiuiil Iti-strlclions ITi-uonlij liavc Opened llirniiulKiut tin Country llio Vrve AiUocncy l" I'riici at (tic .Host Critical .Moment if the Wnr. Jlon. J, J', Ilcnjamln, Srcrrtani of S'nf-, Sir.: I le.-lre to Hiimilt to you, as the heart of the department to which I am di rectly re-pons-iule, and under whose con trol they should, if possible, have been con ducted, the history of certain transactions in which I was eiiaped whilst in Canada, but which did cot fall within the scope of the duties assigned me by the President. I will not here repeat tho reasons which have been communicated in previous reports for protractin...

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 August 1872

UDbillc S&lcchln ()rjoimle ftiilcfcncstmn, August 7, A CAMPAIGN OF SLAMiEH. Another lnlsiliooil About "UlUx" i.x- llOSl'lt. Tlio (ircelcy organs, big and little, are milking this a campaign of tlandcr and of bray. Tlio (.Jreeley organ of this city yes terday followed up Its former lies on Urant by anew batch relating to the Jlowen-fher-man house in Washington city. It re publishes Wvsforycd letter from Grant to Ruttcilleld, dated 1S00. Every intelligent man knows that the New York Testi monial fund was given to General Grant three neurit before the forged letter of 18G9. Hut as to JSowen's abusive letter about Grant, hero Is an answer full and fair. Tho following letters from reliable and good men settles this lie : TO THU 1'UMilC. S. J. Uowon, in a letter published in the World of Saturday last, state that in a business transaction "General Grant" cheated him outof SM.OOO with a coolness and a deliberation that would do credit to any black-leg. Familiar with tho "transaction" r...

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 August 1872

JlnoInl(c Mwhljr Cljrxjnklr, Mcbncsbnn, gutpst 7, 1872. HOMK CIRCLE. MY IHtDAJt. 1IY II. O. I dream of n beautiful time When tlio world slinll happy be ; "When elephants nnd hyenas Slinll hlossmn on cvory tree. "When tamarinds nnd potatoes .Sliull cense their dreadful roar, "When turnip trees slinll blossom In the garden forovcrmoru. I dronm of a great Jlepublio "Whoso pVoplo shnll nil go "West, Sow plums nnd reap tomatoes In the liiml they love the best ; "Where pig iron and molasses Slmll bloom on every hill, And chicken low in tho bnrnynrd, While gooseberries toil at the mill. I in weary of feeing tho Cabbage Handle the rake nnd hoc ; I m weary o'f watching nnd waiting Kov the grasshopper bush to grow, I long for the time when tho spinach Shall cope with bread and milk ; "When hens shall lay tomatoes And horcs spin raw silk. Oh, Mvcet where the vanished hours When I wandered down the glen, And wreathed my brow with tomatoes Or plucked the ripened hen ; "When tho donkey twined up ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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