Tennessee part II.

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e thelrfarmyahd.'on thelrfarmyahdon thelrfarmyahd.'on thelrfarmyahdon festive'.occasionsitq festiveoccasionsitq festive'.occasionsitq festiveoccasionsitq aid Ihj'their Ihjtheir Ihj'their Ihjtheir rude .inuslcaV inuslcaV .inuslcaV inuslcaV programmes. programmes programmes. programmes It 'serves' serves 'serves' serves tot.giyen totgiyen tot.giyen totgiyen idea of the Immense an- an an- an ilquity of the people to which it\belonged it belonged it\belonged it belonged it\belonged it belonged for Cor' Cor for Cor' Cor for Cor' Cor the trumpet did not comei 'come come comei 'come come comei 'come come .Into Into Jnto .Into Into Jnto .Into Into Jnto use until about aboqt about aboqt 'the the 'the the year 600 'ofV' ofV 'ofV' ofV be-Christian be Christian be-Christian be Christian be-Christian be Christian era. era era. era Whea Darius the tbe the tbe J&de Jde J&de Jde in 'the-.year 'the the .year 'the-.year 'the the .year 'the-.year 'the the .year 'the-.year 'the the .year EH 5H EH 5H B..C. BC B..C. BC crossed i08sed crossed i08sed the Danube and invaded the Scythians he 'be be he 'be be he 'be be had' had had' had no trumpets. trumpets trumpets. trumpets When Xerxes'Invaded XerxesInvaded Xerxes'Invaded XerxesInvaded Greece 478 B. B B. B C. C C. C 'no no 'no no trum pet was there used used. used used. the signal'for signalfor signal'for signalfor battle .being- .being .being- .being given by torch-bearers. torch bearers. torch-bearers. torch bearers. torch-bearers. torch bearers. Soon after the Invasion of Greece by the tbe the tbe Persians the trumpet was used for many many. many many. purposes. purposes purposes. purposes The Greeks probably learned it from tUeiPhoe cleans. cleans cleans. cleans The dispersed Israelite of the Assyrian Assyrian or Chaldean captivity imparted the knowledge of it to the people from trom from trom whom it came to the American giants. giants giants. giants There are several things about abQut about abQut this trum pet from which the. the the. the follo.wing following follo.wing following deductions can be made First First. First First. there were no large hollow horns in the country which could could. could could. have been used for tor for tor the same purpose. purpose purpose. purpose If the makers of the trumpet" trumpet trumpef trumpet" trumpet trumpef trumpet" trumpet trumpef knew knew. knew knew. the use of metals they did not have the time or material to make trumpets. trumpets trumpets. trumpets The .Hound Hound .Mound Mound .Hound Hound .Mound Mound .Hound Hound .Mound Mound .Hound Hound .Mound Mound Builders BuUden Builders BuUden did not make this trumpet or they would have ha\'o ha 'o o have ha\'o ha 'o o have ha\'o ha 'o o have ha\'o ha 'o o have ha\'o ha 'o o made It with metal. metal metal. metal There was contemporaneously with the giants of Tenaesseu a race of ot of ot people or small stature. stature stature. stature These people were the thd the thd pig pig- pig pig- mies of ot of ot tht giants atid were captured by uy by uy them somewhere la i.1 i1 la i.1 i1 la i.1 i1 the northeastern part pan part pan of ot of ot America and used as"sla assla as"sla assla es. es es. es In l 1 l 1 iU a large number of their skeletons were 'ere ere were 'ere ere were 'ere ere dis covered in White county. county county. county These bones were examined by the medi medl- medl medi medl- medl medi medl- medl cal eal cal eal fraternity at Nashville and it was their oyiiiion i.iat iiat llat i.iat iiat llat i.iat iiat llat the Kke'leto.is Kkeletois Kke'leto.is Kkeletois belonged to auult person 'ihe ihe 'ihe ihe height of this thi this thi people Was from two and a half to three feet and they buried burted buried burted after the fashion of the giants giats giants giats with rocks set up around the body body. body body. with the head to the east and face to .to to .to the west. west west. west That this people were addicted to strong superstitions in evident. evident evident. evident In the graves mentioned were found conch shells also must-el must el must-el must el must-el must el and taper shells. shells shells. shells They were were. were were. no doubt worshipers of ot of ot Vishnu. Vishnu Vishnu. Vishnu In ancient times the worshipers of ot of ot the the- the the- sun from the confines 6f China and Thibet Thlbet Thibet Thlbet emigrated to Sar'matla Sarmatla Sar'matla Sarmatla thence thenee thence thenee to Germany and thence to Finland and the country of ot of ot the Samviedes. Samviedes Samviedes. Samviedes who so much resemble the Eskimos fhe latter with the .Greenlanders .Greenlanders were sun worshipers 'ol'shlers olshlers worshipers 'ol'shlers olshlers worshipers 'ol'shlers olshlers -and and 'and -and and 'and -and and 'and brought to America- America America- America the most a'nclent anclent a'nclent anclent religion of or of or Asia. Asia Asia. Asia In other places In this state there are found the remains of this diminutive race of people. people people. people That they existed Is asserted by Homer and Herodotus. Herodotus Herodotus. Herodotus They are mentioned mentioned by Pliny Strabo. Strabo Strabo. Strabo and Mela Mtla Mela Mtla as existing existing in India .and and .and and Ethiopia. Ethiopia Ethiopia. Ethiopia But Jovius Jovlus Jovius Jovlus locates them. them them. them In .In In .In the extremes of the north north- north north- ern regions. regions regions. regions The bfst bst bfst bst opinion upon UPO upon UPO the subject seems to be that these people peole people peole came from northeastern America and were brought by the giants when they emigrated to this country. country country. country I I I I i i f i 1 j ja sDbUB'e sDbUBe sDbUB'e sDbUBe Atenle-royem Atenle royem Atenle-royem Atenle royem Atenle-royem Atenle royem t2 l..t. lt l..t. lt .r..a. ra .r..a. ra .r..a. ra .r..a. ra 1' 1 1' 1 a..n. an a..n. an a..n. an a..n. an n..fe..t..v. nfetv n..fe..t..v. nfetv n..fe..t..v. nfetv n..fe..t..v. nfetv d. d d. d .In In .In In t ll rde mul lproglmesl J es t"cve tcve t"cve tcve I.lde Ilde I.lde Ilde tt lmese a- a a- a I..tIQu..t1..0 ItIQut1.0 ItIQut10 I..tIQu..t1..0 ItIQut1.0 ItIQut10 I..tIQu..t1..0 ItIQut1.0 ItIQut10 I..tIQu..t1..0 ItIQut1.0 ItIQut10 I..tIQu..t1..0 ItIQut1.0 ItIQut10 I..tIQu..t1..0 ItIQut1.0 ItIQut10 .thfP.e. thfPe .thfP.e. thfPe Pl t lc..tn. lctn lc..tn. lctn .p'Opged. pOpged .p'Opged. pOpged te trpet cd 't t 't t r ar 6 -Q.1 Q.1 -Q.1 Q.1 Crta I 'Wen Wen 'Wen Wen 'Wen Wen 'Wen Wen .Daius. Daius .Daius. Daius Med Med Ithe.rear Itherear Ithe.rear Itherear C. C C. C andJnvaded the I Scytl.as Scytlas Scytl.as Scytlas ad' ad ad' ad 0 trmpts. trmpts trmpts. trmpts Xerea'ive Xereaive Xerea'ive Xereaive Grece 1. 1 1. 1 tm- tm tm- tm r there. there there. there the sgal' sgal sgal' sgal for. for for. for batte I.bng. Ibng I.bng. Ibng torch-baers. torch baers. torch-baers. torch baers. torch-baers. torch baers. .Boon. Boon .Boon. Boon ater I te Invaion Grece te I trmpet wa uled pUr0es. pUr0es pUr0es. pUr0es Te prbably learn d trcm UePho nleas. nleas nleas. nleas Te' Te Te' Te Israelte syra Cr Chaldea capt\.ly capt .ly capt\.ly capt .ly capt\.ly capt .ly Impart d .t t .t t WhOU. WhOU WhOU. WhOU Ucame America. America America. America America. America America. 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  1. The Atlanta Constitution,
  2. 02 Aug 1896, Sun,
  3. Page 8

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