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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 6 November 1872

JlnojfbUlc SSl'cthlji (Kjjrnmclc Mcfoircsbnn, ITobtmbcr ti, 1872. 5 "WEDNESDAY . OCTOUKlt SO, 1872. Hl'KClMKS C'OIIi:S Of the CiiitoxicLE mulled freo to any address n np licatliin. KATKN OF AIVr.UTI.NIXfJ IX WKKKIV. Ton lines, or less, solid, to constitute a squaro. r J " S ! i STACK. (HPS ) H n r-c 1 Square.......j$ 1 60 $ 3 SO 3 4 50 2 squares , 3 00 6 00 8 60 3 Squares I' 4 60 9 00 11 60 4 Squares 6 00 11 60 14 00 6 Squares 7 60 14 00 16 60 3 CJ $GS0 10 60 H 60 IS 00 28 00 so oo 10 60 a 6o l 30 00! $15 00 27 00 37 60 46 00 65 60 sy&o I Wanted. nr'0cJIP,.A FIHST CLASS GUN AND LOCK X SMIHIto whom liberal wages will he paid. Call tn JJitmi ' ANliKIi. oct23J2tntf Knoxville, Tenn. Married. On Thursday afternoon, the 3lt u)t, at .Toncsboro' by Kov. E. "Wiley, of Emory Hnd Henry College. -Virginia, at tho residence of tho liridors father, Itcv.T). K. McAnnlly and Miss Julia Kceves. The 4,'liiclnnall Southern lliillrouil. Wo hnd tho i)lnnsuro of meeting with Cnpt. W.J. Kelly, of tho ...

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 November 1872

piuM-billc SBltthlj) &)Hmid, ftultfmcgtmjr, llotabcr 6, 1872. kii,m:i.vtjie ACT. WKDNKSDAY NOVEMBER, C, 187'J. miTOKIlIXOUKHEA. Hw It AIIWIn lliislni" In New York. A New Yorl: sneciul'dntctl SMtli, says : Clear uinl bracing weather to-day 1ms produced more hopeful symptoms among the wick horses, but there lias been but a slight Increase in the number of vehicles in the streets, The great majority of the horses in use look weak and dispirited, while a green discharge Hows from the nostrils. The damagement of business grows more verious eaeli day. Meats, tlsh and other perishable articles can not bo distributed, musing heavy pecuniary losses, lletail grocers and others have advanced prices. Merchandise arriving since last week re mains on the docks, and sonic of it has been Injured by the rains. Warehouses are crammed full and can not disgorge to make room for fresh freight. Vessels that .should have sailed several days ago remain idle Nearly one million bushels of grain which sho...

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 November 1872

Jhobi(lc Mtccklji xmiclc, c&lrtmcstmi), tlobcmbcr It, 187fi. A THUNDER CLAP FOR RADICALS. It Ih not ofton that wo 11ml anything in the Press and Herald worth reproducing in the Chronicle, but the following tcr rlblo thunder bolt nt lalinm G. Harris and the Democratic party of Tennessee from tho " big organ " is so valuable as n " Ilmlic.il " campaign document that we cheerfully give It Insertion in our columns. Tho facts aro so Important that wo would bo derelict In our duty to tho public did wc not givo them greater publicity than they could possibly get through the columns of our contemporary. Tho Chronicle, on behalf of thoIJepubllcans of Tennessee, thanks the Press and Jlcrald for its zeal In unearthing such shamcrul Democratio corruption nnd trusts that tlds Is but the beginning of confessions that if sincerely made would do good to tho souls of the penitent who aroevldcntly J list being over come with a conviction of their wicked ness. Isham Ci. Harris, late Democratic Gov...

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 November 1872

JUwbtHc OTcchln (ffljmntrlc, Mcbncstmn, Dfokmbtr li, $7Z. 8 i : THE GIANTS AT TULLAH03IA. itlaynard Makes a Masterly Effort. Andy Makes a Vigorous Defense of Himself. ciicathnmltcs .Vols)- and Uncivil. (Jlorloiis Prospects for Kcptibllcanlsm In Tennessee. TUM.AIIOMA, Nov. 1, 1S72. After HpciuliiiB a few days In the rural districts, beyond the reach of railroads mid telegraph, tlio "gintits" mndo their appear anco hero to-dny. I pent this evening by telegraph, a short sketch of tho discussion, but as tho canvass is one of more than or dinary importance, I presume tho readers of the CiiHONici.i: will bo Interested In a more extended notice. The audience was not large, owing, perhnps, to the fact that Hpeaklng hud been announced three days previous and postponed too late to give gen eral notice. This county is Gen. Cheat ham's homo and ho was not present to Like part in the discussion, though, in my judg ment, a majority of the voters present, numbering two hundred perhaps, were ills p...

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 November 1872

, M U mnmwiit VOL. III. KNOXVILLE, TENN., AVEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 1 3. 1S72. NO. 'in FACTS ABOUT EAST TENNESSEE. 31nv Grant' Re-election Will Aid llic South NO. LXXXIV. For some weeks the Ciikonicm: lias en deavored to impress upon tho people of Tennessee, the fact that In no way couhl they more surely promote their material interests thnn by casting their votes for tho re-election of General Grant who has til ways been, in fact, a true friend of the South, We have endeavored to show the votere of tho State that as a business prop osition it was clearly to their interest to put themselves in that political position where their sympathies and motives could not misjudged. Tho fact is that tho mass es of the people North believe East Ten nessee a safer and uorc congenial home for them than other sections of the South,' becauRO its people were loyal daring the war and have been republican in sentiment since. It is not tho time now to discuss the justic of this prevailing opinion. It is eno...

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 November 1872

pn0bt((c Mcchln (Ijrnniclc, Mctmcstian, tofamkv 13, Medical. Patent Pnlnt. "WEDNESDAY NOV. tf, 1872. THE HOUSE DISEASE, lis lioslriu'lltciicNs nuil llcnieillcs Wlmt Can set it nuil How to Detect lis I'resciicc. Mr. Cnstc'llo, who has an absolute fond ness for horses, requests us to publish tho appended diagnosis of tho horso disease, and account of remedial agents employed. Tho Country Gentleman, published In "Western Now York, says that tho disease in catarrhal affectation of tho mucous sur face, beginning at the nostrils and throat. "When neglected or aggravated by expos ure or fatigue, tho lungs becomo involved and death speedily ensues. So far, tho at tacks have proved comparatively mild, and tho mortality has been light. This Is duo in a great degree to tho prompt attention and caro which havo been exercised by tho owner In adopting preventive as well as remedial measures. TIIK HKMEDIES. Tho general system of treatment which has proved successful has been such as would bo indic...

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 November 1872

TEXNESSCD POLITICS IX TIM FUTURE. lliat the Press Thinks of the Situation. TOO THIN. Tho larger proportion of Mr. Johnson's Hupporters, who nro genuine Democrats tit heart, misled only by the enthuslam of an hour, will coino back to the fold firmly re solved to support principles Instead of men, however great. Union and Ameri can of yesterday. Lay not that flattering unction to your virtuous soul. Tho manner In which you have abused, reviled, misrepresented and endeavored to Intimidate the Johnson men will not soon be forgotten by tho men who were too true to principle to go back on tho man who "seemed" to you, and "as you believed," to be "tho choice of the Demo crats of Tennessee;" tho man you wero tho lirst to nominate for tho position you strove so hard to prevent him from ob taining. We have heard hundreds of Johnson men older Democrats than the Union and American swear by all that was sacred that they would never, never follow tho Union and American and its organization aimin....

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 13 November 1872

Pmrtinllc SHIccklg bvnnidc, SSctmcstmji, bbcmbcv 13, 18J?2. bc Wlcchln rmic(c. RULE BICKS, Publishers, Ifumbcr 10 Market Place, East Side, g tj:hm.s or mmsertrrTioN. Ono copy, ono rear, Ono corr, elx reonthJ, Ten coric!, ono year Tirecty coi lot. ono year,. J2 00 , 10) , 16 60 ,3000 VKDNESDAY NOV37SI11EB 10, 1872. Timqutstlon now with a great many Is, "Whero will wo go?" Corno thou with us, friends, ami wo will do theo good. Ho will probably never again be a candi date for any oillce. Ho Is broken from "sucking eggs." "iYor-dld It," is whaWhe Cheathamites fay to the Johusoultcs. And they don't seem to feel half as bai about it as the Cheatharoltes do. 'That's whathurts so. Timpeople of Tonue&sseo have spoken in thuuder tone3 in condemnation of the bhameful acts of tho lasfLegislture. Hon est mn will never approve a partisan outrage, perpetrated for the purpose of defeating any one man. The petty poli ticians who superintended that business in tho legislature last winter, have me...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 13 November 1872

I lino.vbiDc S&fcchhj Chronicle LUuircsoan, H'oucmbcr 13, WEDNESPAY . . . NOVEMBER 13, 1872. hi'j:cimi:n coi'iks Of tho Chronicle mailed frco to any address on ap llci.tinn. KATIX OF AlVi:itTISIMi IX WKKKIX Ten lines, or less, solid, to constitute a square. a H S H 1 Siunro '$ 1 501$ 3 60 2 Snunrcs :i m: a nn :$ 4 60 6 50 3 9 00 10 60 h! M 11 60 ZJ 50, H 00! ) 00 28 00' 3'J50 315 Oi) 27 00 Jbquarcs 4 60 9 00 11 50 4hquarcs i li oo! 11 601 14 00 6 Squares j 7 60 11 00 lli 60j 37 50 45 00 65 60 I Wanted. ",(U!J5ft..A ?IRS. class GUN AXD LOCK in or address djj.i.ii,.io wnom naerui wages will be paid. Call S. P. A Nil K I, oct2i-12tvrtt knoxvillo. Tenu. IH.'.I. Near Ellznbethton, Carter county, Ten- lUBSee. on li'rldnv. TCnvomliof lut Mr ...,- uel Angel, aged sixty-six years. Tlie ile- ccubuu was mu wiuer oi our townsman. Mr. S. P. Angel. lie Won't "Oo Wont." Caldwell didn't "go "West," for at last ac counts ho was on his farm at Strawberry Plains. 1 crhaps like Grcoley, ho doesn't ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 13 November 1872

NOVEMBER 13, lS7a ELECTION NEWS. THE EMPIRE CITY GONE RE PUBLICAN, "OKI Virfriuiiy" Votes Grunt unci .Wilnon. lor The "F.F.V.'s" Can't Eat Crow, Heavy Coiifrrcsnional Itcpublican Cains'. Can't Even ,,Go West' for Comfort. UltA.NTS I'OI'DLAR .MAJORITY 700,000 HeGctsThrep Hundred Electoral Votes. firctley Resumes Editorial Control of ttie Tribune. He Positively Refuses to "Go West." Virginia, the .Mother Grant. of States, for The "Tidal Wave Rolls On." Xi.w York, Nov. 0. The IlcrakVs clec lion estimates give to Grant 2S States ami o Greeley S, or CS electoral votes for drnnt to 90 for Greeley. The popular ma jority for Grant is placed at 350,000. The H'rald editorially says that, whether the result will be accounted for by the popular Htrengtli of Gen. Grant on the one hand, or the weakne of Greeley and the feeble nes,s of the Liberal Republicans, combin ed with the Democratic bolt on the other hand, it is in many respects the most re markable in the history of the country. The Tribun...

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 November 1872

JhuH-billc Mcchlj) Chronicle, Mcimwtmjj, llobcmbcr 13, 1872. GKEKLKY IUCK;IX THE TMltUNE OFFICE; Whnt lie I'ropuscM to Mnkc Hie "Troiii bone," New York, Nov. 0. The Tribune to morrow will publish the following : A Card. The undersigned resume the editorship of tlio 2'ribunc, which ho relin quished on embarking in another lino of business six months ago. Henceforth It shall bo his endeavor to make this n thor oughly Independent journal, treating all parties and political movements with judi cial fairness and candor, but courting the favor and deprecating the wrath of no one. If he can hereafter say anything that will tend to heartily unite thu whole American people, on tho broad platform of universal amnesty and impartial sulIVage, he will gladly do so. For tho present, however, ho can best commend that consummation by silenco and forbearance, Tho victors in our lato struggle can hardly fall to take tho whole subject of Southern rights and wrongs into early and earnest consideration ...

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 November 1872

noa-billc ftut'cchln Cjjrjonitlc, Mcuncsuan, globcmber YS, B7ll. EROWN ELECTED COVHP.XOR SMALL MAJORITY. BY A Ttit Vote in BilTcrcnt Tarts of (he State. IMectiou of Mr. Maynard Couccdrd. Thonibiirgh's Majority Overwhelming. Uuiier Beats Carter By 3,000 Votes. Ilt-publican Cains in the Legislature. Carry the News to the ".Military King." TULLAHOMA. TuM-Airo.MA, Nov. (1. 1S75. The vote at McMinnville is, Grant, 100 ; Greeley, 1272 : Maynard, 175 ; Johnson, 16S ; Cheatham, 145 , Crutchlield, 185 ; Key, -171 ; Brown, 290 ; Freeman, 192. There Is no news from the Second district. BRADLEY COUNTY. Cleveland, Nov. 0, 3:30 a. m. Bradley county gives tho following Re publican majorities: Grant, 210; Freeman, 205; Mavnard, 307 oyer Johnson ; Crutch Held, 249; Morgan, 220 ; McLead, 203. Cheatham received only 231 votes. The above is oillcial. SEVIER COUNTY. Tiiundle's X Roads, Nov. 5, 1672. Eds. Chkoxiclh : Our election passed oil" quietly to-day. A larger vote was poll ed than is usual for thi...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 20 November 1872

VOL. III. KNOXVILLE, XENN., AVEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER '20, 1872. NO. 34. TACTS ABOUT CAST TENNESSEE. Answers tu Correspondents'. NO. I.XXXV. Senator Urownlow has handed us tho (following letter which wo give to our read ers hoping some of them may ho nblo to give tho writer an opportunity for aiding In building up a manufacturing establish ment in our midst. Sin : Wishing to learn something au thentic concerning Tennessee, and know .intr no one in your section in whom I could rely, con eluded to write you. If you take tho trouble to answer, what would bo tho prospect for tho manufacturing of iron ? 1 understand there are miantitlesof iron ore. .silso coal, about Knoxvillc: also of the laanufacturlnc of solo leather, tho latter being my trade, therefore know more about it; or any other manufacturing likely to he successful. Have lost my health and am advised by my physician to locate in a warmer climate. Arc tho nconlo loyal, judge so from your electing seven Repub- lican memucrs 01 congr...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 20 November 1872

tit0billc Wittlxh OWjmntcIc, Ml'cbncstmn, gjfobcmtor 2ff, 1872. WEDNESDAY, . . NOV. 20, 1872. IIoh' I Jlnko Sort Soap. I keep my nslics tlrj'i and when put in the hopper preparatory to making soap, I have from u-linlf to 1 peck of unslnckoil Jiinoputin with tho nsliea. Uoforo put ling the grease in, I swing tho kettle oil' tho lire and let it hang n few moments. If there is any potash in it, I take a shovel and take it out. For if thcro is much pot ash in, it will not mako good soap. I pack tho ashes well, adding water enough to dampen them. Then I put three or four bucket1! of water on eacli day for two or three days, until I think it suf ficiently soaked. And lastly 1 pour on boiling water to run the lyo off. As soon n3 I havo enough run oil to commence boiling I put my kettlo over tho lire, and boll tho lye as fast as it will boll, still add ing more lyo as it boils down. In this way I continue for a whole day. lly even ing it will probably bo sulllclently strong to eat a feather...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 20 November 1872

THK IIOSTOX FIRE. Extent or Losses anil How Divided. Uoston, Nov. 10. A meeting of proml ncnt citizens wis held In the City Hnll this nfternoon, Mayor Casting presiding, at which encouraging speeches were mndo and energetic action urged In order to nlle vlnto the sufferings of tho needy as well na for rebuilding the burnt district. A nu merous relief committee was appointed, with AVni. Gray as clmlrmnn. Tho com mittee will hold dally sessions. A bureau of relief was also organized, with ex-Mny-or Norcross as treasurer. T lie Now York Spectator estimates that tho insurance loss by tho Uoston lire will amount to ono hundred million dollars. Tho district burned is much smaller than that destroyed at Chicago, but tho contents are of much greater valuo per block. 'Die loss w ill fall heaviest on Boston companies, tho greater part of which confine their business entirely to that section. Tho leading companies may bo expected to stand, with few, if any, exceptions. Tlio aggregate IOS3 is u...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 20 November 1872

tn0l)il(c Wwhlji (SJjwrmclc, cimcstotjr, Dobcmbcr aff, 1872. &)t aSlcchln GChronicIc. RULE & RICKS, Publishors, Vumbcr 19 Market Place, Hast Side tkiuis or nuh.nckiption. Ono coi ono year Si 00 Ono cojiy, six month.' 1 0) Ten copies, ono year 1G 50 Twenty copies', ono year, 30 00 WKHNKSDAY. . . NOVEMBER 13, 1872. WEEKLY SEWS SUMMARY. 110.111:. The horso disoaso is spreading throughout the country Smith & "Wesson's pistol manu factory vn3 robbed last wock of $3,000 Re cent discoveries of gold havo been nindo in Northern Virginia Gen. Mcado is dead Tho steamer St. Mary's, from Memphis to Cin cinnati, sunk near Morris' Landing on tho 11th. . ..A fatal malady has appeared among tho poultry in New York Snow fell to tho depth of two foot in Buffalo last Friday. ioki:ic.. Destructive storms lmvo caused great loss of lifo and property on tho Baltic coast Mexican nll'airs nro becoming moro peaceful Sergeant Hntei is carrying thn American flag through England .. ..A recent Cuban l...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 20 November 1872

llno6Hlc MtcclYliv tStomiltlt Vitttcbtvcstmn, bbcmbcr "WEDNESDAY . . . NOVKMUKH 18, 1872, sn:cijii:v coi'ii:s Of tt Own.v1ci.1c mailed frco to nny JdJrcsj on an lloitli . UAT1.S Of AI'VKUTlSITin IX WKBKIYY. V Ten llr.cs. or less, solid, to cotAtttuto a squtrc. i I 8 I -2L.IJL 8 W 0031f00 5j 60 27 IK) :n 50 37 CO so oo 4r. on 30 60 55 60 1 4 00, ) 050 ,10 to II 60 8 Ml 11 t0 1 I m IS 00' 50 U, It 50 13 W Wanted. I'O HIf.E.A FIBSV CLASS OVN AND LOCK X h.MJ l'll,;to iliom libtnil w:ijrn wi'.I he luilil. Call n or address S. l AMIKIi, ocfihKtwtf Ktoxville.Tenn m -pn Is WuiiKit. For tho mlo of tho "'Improved IkchwiihSnc in.7 lllachcnta." None hut tnrrgetie and rci- ie men ncod pply. Ivor furthor particulars nu price, auoress win. t. nummins, Uonl. Agent, lioutsrlllo, Tonnessws. xilliwlt Mnrrlnl- Tuesday evening nt 7 o'ckik at tho M. Church, byiitov. .1. B. Ford, Mr. P. L. Foust umi sum .u-'rj. utbos, nil oMhis city. Merchants in this city complain of tho ilcliiy in gctting-ajoods through...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 20 November 1872

r 6 ghi0MIlc SSMtlji d&jjromdc, M'tbucsimjr, gfobcmkv SXf, 1872, jKjwxwUc towel?. WEDNESDAY XOVBMUKIt 20, 1872. RAILROAD MEETING. Ainitiul Mot-tlnir or i lln r.nut Toimcoxfo Kin Ilnllronit. lie .Stockholder o i Vlrpliiln mill (icnr VS KXCITINO DAY TRIUMril KNT 110AHD. ok tub rnKs- In conformity to notico given tho adjourned meeting of tho Stockholders of tho East Tennessee-, Virginlti nnd Georgia lUllrond, took plnco t their offico in this city, on yestordny. Tho meeting was called to order by Jos. 11. Anderson, Esq., of Bristol. Capt. Jaqucs nominated tho following gentle men as judges, of election for ofllcors : It. 31. Unrton, "V. J. Lillard nndSamuclJ. Xewmnn, and also to inspect proxies. Col. Yoko offered as an amendment tho fol lowing, substituting Wm. D. Blovint, of Sulli van, I, T. Lenoir, of Monroe, nnd T. S. "Webb, of Knox. It was an exciting meeting, as was anticipa ted. Anonymous circulars and pamphlets had been issued assailing tho present management und tho Souther...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 20 November 1872

wxbk Wittlxh) 0nicic, Wbnesimjj, llobcmbcv af, 187S. Uoston mul Its Cnlnmlty. Editors Chronicle: Your renmrks concerning the citizens of Boston in this moininsrB issuo ueservo nttcntlon. All honor to them for their genorous conduct toward tno suiiering peopio or Jiast Ten nessee (1 urine the Into war ! After tho elo- niirnt. siii'pnh of thn ITon. "N". ft. 'I'nvlnr. In 1'iuieulf llnll, tlie lion. Etlwnrd Everett received day after dny contributions from individuals for tho relief of East Tennes see, until tho sutn reached at least ?100,000, being about two-tlilrils of tho whole amount from all quarters given for that object. Humane, liberal Uoston is enti tled to a place forever green In the mem ory of East Tcnnessccans and their poster ity. Would that some suitable return of Its generosity might now bo made. Mere words would poorly express tho gratitude for it, which is due. Still, something could bo done. A large part of the money contributed for our relief came from per tons of sm...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 20 November 1872

8 Inoi'OriJc Wtthh dftxtmick, fculcbncsimji, i'obcmbcv !(f, B7 tiii: rveiXH. MY T. IlUCttANAK KKAU Prom n beautiful Inko in tlio mountnln Two rivulets camo down. "Willi n rustlonnd flutter like ribbons of bluo Uy dolicnto breezes blown , O'er beds of golden luster In the shadow of rock and tree, They sang the same tunes with their silvery tongues, And clapped tlieir hands in filcc. O'er rocks with mo$e mnntlcd They eddied nnd whirled llko a wrd Ulnp; pair, Till, hand in hnnd, with laughter nnd leap, They minp;led their misty hnir. O'er tho cclf-snmo ledges, SinginB tho sclf-samo tunc, They passed from April to breezy May, Townrd tho fields of June. Thoy whirled and danced and dallied, And through tho meadows slid, Till under tho same thick grass nnd flowers Their futuro courso wns hid. I saw two beautiful children Of ono fnir mother born. Like two young clouds of golden hue Thnt smilo on tho breast of Morn. Tho s-nmo in ago nnd beauty, Tho sumo in voico nnd size The amo bright hnir ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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