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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 3 March 1875

A A l ni - ' ii is VOL XXXVT-NO. 49. KNOX VILLE, TENN.: WEDNESDAY. MAHCH 15, IS75. WHOLE NO. THE STATE LEGISLATURE KmiIII 'tarBirlr. Nashville, Feb. 23, lflTj. SKSATX. The following proceeding were had in the Senate : Mr. Hodge, from the Committee on Tip. pling and Tippling-houses, reported a " Local Option " bill. Mr. Boyd introduced a bill, appropriat ing $06,000 for the aid of Reboots for the blind. The Senate bill to make fraudulent ap propriation of propnrty, under Section CO, passed third reading. hoisk. In the llou.-e the following proceedings were had : Mr. Brooks offered a resolution fining the 24th of March, as the day of adjourn ment of the Legislature Mr. Matties ott'erel a resolution relative to the death of Landon C. Hayneg. A petition from citizens of Madison county was read, praying that the conven tional interest law be not repealed. Mr. Gardenhire introduced a bill making the husband liable for the debts contracted by the wife only to the extent of the prop erty re...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 3 March 1875

WHIG AND CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3, 1875. FIELD yVTN I) 1--AHM. A SEVERE WIXTKR. ' The winter of lSf,.1-4 lias hereto fore been considered the coldest ami stormiest on record, but the winter of 1874-,') will surpass it. Early in tin winter we re-published articles from Northern exchanges predicting a se vere winter, based on the migration of the prey squirrels ami other sim ilar sitrns. but as January passed without realizing the prediction, we supposed it would fail. February, however, has tested thoroughly the capacity of the thermometers to mea sure the fall of the mercury. Down, down, down it went, until past all calculation. ( )ld Ocean's briny wa ters even threatened to iriye up in the unequal contest and irive miles of ice all alomj; the coast. Our exchanges from the North all report the most extreme weather. A letter from Milwaukee on the 17th inst. says that "Wisconsin has exper ienced during the present winter the coldest weather known in thirty years. The thermometer ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 3 March 1875

jUnofbillc (tfltchln cciibig nno Chronicle: wiUrincstMn, hxth .'J, 1875. TILTOX-BEMIEB. WANHISUTIIX JT.ir. The Eflrrt or W r. Houllon'a Tonllnio nj Friday firtnn In Ihe lourl. Special to Cincinnati Commercial I Brooklyn. Feb. 1!1. The reaeon my feeling revolted at the evidence (if Friday, which I premium you will publiHh viruultnueouRly wiih Oil dis patch, were not from Dy excitement over its criminatory revelatlttin. There will be different opinion about these, accurdiUK to the liitelllgeui'e, nor and diHcriminatiou with which they are read, and perhaps, aim), ac cording to the prejudices which read ers bring to their perusal. What dm glutted me watt the atmosphere of u-jter-nentiaientalinTi, HurumHry and lu nacy with which all these levelatiotiH were surrounded. To nil all day and hear the lady wit ness tell of Beecher'g weeping and walling, hin remor.xe and Belf-uphrwid-ing, hh Incredible foiillHliiics-s of tongue and demeanor, his ulleRed twaddle, ho mawkish and lint, about kiHi...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 3 March 1875

Wiutbiiic $Uckln cfillbtcj ant) (Cjnomclc: SUUtrntsbajj, ittartb 3, 1B75. mnMii mwmri iwifi gp (J gjircnuh. Ktoxvlll M IHir tlillhl IM. Hnnxt'lle tiroiiM Ir lmlillhl lt70. TUBLISHED BY THE WHIG AND CHRONICLE COMPANY. WM. ! liliOU'SLOW, rrhu-i),n BHtcr. W'M. RULE, Mwd-tti Editor. Wednesday, march 3. ists. TERMS OF KI'RM'RIPTIOX. One ropy, ore ymr t- One roi-y, ii month M0 Ten covip. me yer ' I rcy rop.ri. ene ycur W Or all natural powers water is the most appaling and destructive. An earthquake is a more frightful mani festation of force, but it is limited in its extent, and not of frequent occur rence. There are other natural phe nomena, that are exceptions iu many respects, but the frequency, extent find character of freshets considered, it is safe to adhere to the statement first made. We have of late had great destruction of life and prop crtv by tires. Chicago and l'.oston. and Chicago in its second visitation bv the hre hend. are friiditful examples ot the destructive ami almos...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 3 March 1875

Wnoibillc cc'lfthln tftlbiq anb (DbronIe: &alcimcs&an, ftlarrb 3, 1673. Minn $ Whronhlc. KnniTlM nhl( t slithllshert IH9. Hnoxvlllel bronlrlx utabilabrd 170. Ratrs of tdverltslnc In Weekly. Ten line, or lew. tolid. to ronalilut a iqu&re. t a I 1 -4 intra.. II Ml t ' V t m Is V). tj 00 flfi (XI 2iur 3 110. I NT 8 Mi in lrt Su, 27 Ml Sjqnarwl 4 M tl Oil II An 14 fli it Ml 37 M N)1UM I (5 .Mil 11 (HI 14 IK i Is Ul a.) 00. .i 01 5igurM 7 60 14 Wi 16 'j i 2 uo i ti t) I, ''OR PALE A No. 1 four yr .1J Jnck. for I'lkrlieuUm. Inquire of .1, II. llennutt, Family Grocer, weet iiae Market iurp, Knoxville, Ten. Xotlre. All person indebted to ibe firm of Rule t Ricks are urgently requested to call at the Chronicle Office, and Fettle their accounts. Those living out of the city can pet I In by mail. It is necessary to close up the books of the firm, and our debtois will confer a great favor by prompt attention tot his notice. Rri.E fc Ricks. iii")d:ttAwi:t. . . - - Ylnrrinire l.trrnsf...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 3 March 1875

- iKuoilic Ct'Uchlfi cOlbig ani Ijromclc : fcilctmcstajj, JJlartb 3, 1873. WHIG AND CHRONICLE. vVKDNKSOAY, MARCH .1, 1875. Hitn.ir.VM Yor.(i's inconio is siiiil t lie !4(MH)0 ppr moiitli. With tliis he is run'ilpd to support a numerous ftunilv of wives and children. Ov Tliursil.-iy of lust week a lawyer naniP'l Wiley and one of the editors of the Montgomery (Ala.) AVv.v had a falling out, which resulted in ex changing a half-dozen pistol shots, neither of them being hurt. They must lie very poor marksmen, or else they were burning powder only for buncombe. The bill which passed the House on Wednesday, and which becomes a law when signed by the Governor, pro vides that in civil suits the losing party shall be taxed with the costs e know ot no good reason whv it should not be so. It will have a ten dency to deter persons from going to law on frivolous pretexts, anil may prove beneficial in more ways than one. 4e- - - A Kiiimt.i.h an House accused of tyrsuinizing over the prostrate Sta...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 3 March 1875

jnobtlle-'(&ttehlu ecUriganb ChromcU : wttcuHtsban, Blarch :, 1875. How it Detroit llnj I nrnnl I'lraio From the Detroit Kro PrcM.I CHATTER 1. THR IIOY. He was one of thnt klml of buy who Iiet'il A (?oo(l whipping Minut twioo per week, but who I hlnk they ought not to he whippol nmre tlmii onoe in two yearn. Hid ninuii'nioiit was eliding ilown hill on nothing, Mailing Rome boyH, atul laetpuriiig Ciivoiino-pf pper lozenge . rir uiiuiifi,tiiif call). He wiik often heniil n reiiinrk : " Thing liu tint lt gtt up 'n howl when lietmiriu m around !' " CirAI'TKK II AT TWII.IIIMT. Time, Minilowii ; mmmu, the interior of a well-prewerved woud nlied. The Round of blown and oili" rent the h1 eran Ullni'n of twilhjlit's iiivhI ic hour, and thp old man was heard nitying : "There, I guess that'll hod you for a day or two! I've put up with your bbmh as long as I can '." No reply nothing hut deep-drawn sotx and quavering mrIim. The old man threw away the utrBp iiinl walked into the houi-e, and L...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 3 March 1875

Jtnoibillc oi'lcfhln uaibicj ;mt (firomclf : tcimcstan, gjarcb 3, 1875. 8 Continued from Fifth l'fto. Milium l"ft ' lini' flouring mill Hint -HW mill. Lanit-lmi'n tniil tnl grist mill, even miles aliove Sevlervil( ttimcar ri l iiwkj , hniii' mill s badly diuiuKed. Mr. I)ioUe ' f.irm near Sevierville, nil- of t tie he-t in t ho county, I badly ilniiinfil Itiat it in not believed tli.i' li" will Im able to put It In a eoli littoti to eiiltmite the cnmiinr sum mer. I I we feur, will be the cane tvr Ii ii in vat many "tilers, and cone il!IIltlV til? elt'eclH of tilts IlllWt (iisa- trmi rt " il will tie felt fur a long time lo come. A leper received from Mr. D. P. Oii-i. cId- with this account of the uri-iti frcwliet : I Ik- water was u fo.it deep iu the highest house In town, except that of Win. Catlett, (it did not quite reach the tloor of hi house), and from three to four feet deep in ninny of (he house.-. Mu-l of I he yaril and nrdeii fences werexwenl away, and ihenlreets washed down...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 10 March 1875

1 4 . i Hlfc T VOL. XXXVT-NO. 50. KNOX VILLK. TENN.: WEDNESDAY. 3IAKCII JO, JS7;. WHOLE NO. 18T0 THE STATE LEGISLATURE Nprrlnl I Kaoavlll hrlrlr. NAsiiTiLi.it, March 4, IrtTo. SfSATt Mr. Polk offered a resolution that Ten nessee should join with North Carolina in the celebration on the 2(Mh day of next May, of the Centennial of the Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence. A now bill was offered creating the new office of Assistant Supreme Court Reporter, and to limit the salaries of the Attorney General to $3,000 per annum, and Clerks of Courts to ?2,500 each. Senato bill designating the First Na tional Hank of Cleveland as a Stato De pository, pasted on its third reading. Also, a bill extending the time for the payment of taxes for 1874 to October 1875. HOt'HK. House bill to annex Madrid fiend, Ken tucky, to Tennessee, passed on its third reading. n. Nashville, Murch 5, 1875. SL.VATK. Mr. Aden oll'ered a resolution that the Legislature should remain in session until the 25th of Apr...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 10 March 1875

6. i. 'inovbilic Oothicr nut) ''Im.mclc : ftiUtmcstmn, JJlarcb Itf, 1873. lo-J c(-' Knox villi Wlim flnhlll..d is.in. Klioavtlti1 I timitldf F.tHlllihrit 1H" VKI)NI'l)AY, MAIU'lt 10, lST.i. FIKt.D rAltM. A 1KT HUOUKiTIOXS. One of the most serious losses liy ttie recent freshet i in fencing. Hut few fanners, owning lund along water courses. Imve esc:tpol this loss. Who can estimate it iu dollars mill cents!' Counting the direct loss ol'I)lt' lumber an.l the cost of lalior. it must run ii in the liuwlrvl thousntnl. ' There tire two ways in which this loss coulil lie giuirdeil ngtiinst in the I r future. The most elfeetutil way! would be lya stock law. whicli would compel every owner of stock to keep them oi their own land. They have such laws in many States and tin y are very popular. It saves millions of dollars being wasted on fenein'j;. We will probably wait some years be fore such a law will lie on the statue liooks in Tennessee. Another way to prevent this almost annual loss in E...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 10 March 1875

1 ilnorbillt'ctklji ($lj)ig anb Cbrtmitlc: licilclmcstian, IJlarcb 10, 1873. BKKUIKK-TILTOM. GEN. TRACY OPENS FOR THE DEFENSE. Terrible Arraignment of Tilton. Tim ollowitig U a Hjfuo).i of Orn. Tracy' remark, made on (he first of li is three daya upt-ecli, in opening the cane for Mr. Beecher-, in the world re nowned damage utt of Tilloli vh. Beecher: Mr. Tiacy rone and euld the time had now arrived for the defense to opeu their cane. Tnere were t?reat luterraU involved in tul trial. They could uot lie over-estimated, a they Involved the religious aud moral Interests of ao ciety. Either this defendant wan lo K forth vindicated from thin court room or with a xtain upon hin life aud character. .Iy client tiike hin niaiul here alone, but supported by his OoU and THE JUSTICE OK HIS CHAKACThli. Defendnnt early devoted hitinaelf to the nilnlHtry of Clod. It wo no bed of roues. He struck out for the wild West, and rutin the bells it the foreet gladen, BHsisted by hlw dear wife, who accompan...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 10 March 1875

Vummilr Meckln cfolhig anb biomcle : wtausfciri, JXarrb )U, 1873. W$ & ffjironuh. Manx till Wfcl rllMh.il l3. knllMlr t Iirwulrle Ktnullhed 170. l'tDMPHKP BY THfc WHIG AND CHRONICLE COMPANY. WM. J. RROWSLoW, JWiW K.itior. M. Rl LK, Mtinnyinri ;ir. i r.Ktis or t'MrmpTio!. Oateopy.one year...... Oo (H'i'j, tlx months Ta copies, one yenr H Twenty eoptes, one year.. -.. 12 to 1 00 15 (hi fKi no WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 1S75. The ski-pish and mean spirit that in the midst of the misfortunes of our neighbor city of Chattanooga, would seek to profit by thciu.deserves rebuke. Knoxville needs no such aids. e are sorry that any one should let his zeal so far surpass Ins judgment and sense of right as to permit himself, in the public prints, to call attention to and enlarge upon his neighbors losses to the end that he might profit by them Our citizens deeply deplore and sym pathise with the good people of Chat lanooga in their losses. Its citizens have shown a degree of enterprise, pluck, judg...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 10 March 1875

i'Uujfbiiic fctUctklg M big nub Cjjromtlt: Mrtmcstraji, Jllarcb 10, 1875. Htf $ (hrcnhh. Knflavtll Wkl( ratnhll-hfxt Na. Kaoatlllst hraalrlr tbilah..a 170. . CsaojocLii mailoil fraa to any aodrsi Rairs of atrrlUlna; In Wshly. TfBltnn. if !, mild. 10 ont1tat a xiuar. 8f ACk. I Si 1 .uaraj' "i tqasrw' ; 5 vjuarw'j SO H 0" 11 IK), 14 Ml ll mi H fx) l on lis no S M 10 Su is Ml 27 (1 II S 14 "' it Ml 87 SI S '! 4 l Ml, 14 l , IK Ul Si I (HI, 4' Oil TXMH BALK A No t four yr nM Jiu-k. For X ariifluUr. inquire of J. ll, RrniiMt, Kamily Oroear, wast ftda Markat &iuftro. Konivilla.leii. Kaifcea. All persons indebted to the linn of Rule & Hlckn Hre urgently requested to call at the Chkonici.k Oh kh k, ami settle their accounts. Those liviug out of the city can settle by mail. It in necessary to close up the,lonks of the firm, mid our debtors will confer a great favor by prompt attention to this notice. JtLl.K Kic ks. Pruetleitra. The did Crozler property in being put in order, and work...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 10 March 1875

jUnotbillr iHMffhlij Ihig ant) Chronicle: IrtncsDap, )lanb 10 1875. lfliit tt h which. Hiltlllr WIH f InblUhiwI lMSn. Knofttlilr hronlrl. -I In iMtirit IH70. WEDNESDAY, MAKCH Fo, 1875. THE CIVIL ltlUHTS 1JILL. The House bill has passed the Sen ate by a vote of to 2i', mid hav ing received the signature of the President, is now the law of the 'and. It had been shorn of its strength, by tho striking out of the mixed school clause, and the, cemetery provision ; and now to finish the Jul), they hare reduced the bill to five sections, the last section reading as follows : "Ski'. 5. That all eases Arising unJor t'n ptnTi-ion nt this art in the courts of the I'ni'.el Stntcshll he reiehle by Ihe Supreme Court of the United Slates, with out rrgaril to the cum in controversy, unJor the tame provisions til regulations as tire now provi'l'l by Inw for the review ol otlior cuu-cs iti :'M Court." All cases arising in the country, under this law, will go to the Bench of the Supreme Court, where th...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 10 March 1875

iinorbillc tlMcchln eclhig ant) Chronicle: cOlcDncstian, lUarch ltf, 187. 4 IIAHI li: RONS' u r. Miip-rlnirnriput M altlliic'a Yl. vr t tin Islarov. ry In Trrniun. SiiprrintmcVnt Wiilling lilirvo Unit I lie chilil'H lint cnt to l'liiliiiliila II frw 'lays ho finm Trru'mi, JN. ,1., wis wont liy Cliiirlie Hnss wlii'ii lio wiw Hbilueti'tl from (icrinaiitowii. Two weeks after the itliiliK-t imi the Imrjrliir Muslier unite to 'liarlie'K paii'tits snyiiio- that all tlio lollies worn hv t!' cliihl when he wax iiliiltlrti'tl wcru ileMroynl. lint that, imv ilouht thai h" (Mush.-r) luul tin; rhilil lii rtistody I'otilil bo (li-pelletl liy W'lirrlling Trenton fur hi lint, which fell out of the carriiifru a t he HhJiictort were pnssiiio; through Unit town on I he sfcoml day after the abduction. Some time after the matter, which had heeti somewhat neg lected, was hicpiired into, hnt no trace of the hat was discovered, iiiilwciniently the fact f the hat bein lo-t in Trenton was extensively piilil...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 10 March 1875

JlnorbUlc itflcchln &lbijg ant) CbromcU: Mc&ncs&nn, BhrtJ) ltf, 1875. 8 HOME CIRCLE. "Ti ri i.K HAM-TAH. 11V CLARA IlOLMVKR. A e tirlv, brinht head, and porchod upon It Little, llinr-tutr of a brown tun-bonnM ; A pair i'f old shops, forever untied. Vho-i- .li's have holes, whoes toes grin widn, C'omo .un or como shade, como shine or co.no ruin, T Little Hug-UK ever ilia mine , AVith an air of the most supreme content, he pnddk-s and playt till the day is spent. Why people complain shn novor can see, Vhen (tod i as gnnd as ever can be; IShc talks to herself, and laughs, and sings About the world and its beautiful things j Hut. though ho is good to all tho rest, She is very sure that ho loves hor the boat! O, howmiich better this world would wag If w all had hearts like Little Bag-tug ! A ftHOKr SERU!I. The tre.hn in mount naty ! TEMPERANCE DEPARTMENT, for yeiti now wept like children. One To the Editors of the Chronicle : I '" lyouiiK ninn. who hud relnted with An smi'ke ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 17 March 1875

a u VOL XXXVT-NO. 51. KNOXVILIJ, TKNN. : WEDNESDAY. MAKCIf 17, 1875. WHOLE NO. 1871' TENNESSEE LEGISLATURE. Nrtrrlnl Hnxlllt hrnnlrlr, Nashville, March 9, 1875. 8) erlal to the Knol'llle Chronic) . SESATK. The fallowing new bills wcro introduced By Mr. bogan To sulhoriie the Oovor. nor to borrow money to defray the current expenses of the State. Ity Mr. Uliiinr J To adopt Thompson & Stegur'i code a tlio Code oi Tennessee. By Mr. Mosely To allow Inn keepers and owners of public conveyances to refuse to ndmit persons the same as if private property. liy Mr. Logan To mnke conventional interest 7 per cent instead of 10 as at pres eot. Senate bill on its third reading, lo eslab lish a State Normal School wns rejected. 1I01SK. Senate bill to reduce jailors' fees, parsed on its third rending, and will become a law when signed by tho Governor. Also a bill to enlarge, the jurisdiction of J usl iced of the Peace. u. Nashville, March 10, 1 S7 ". HKS TF. By Mr. Wode A bill directing the Com...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 17 March 1875

tiiiofbillc ft-Uchln ftflhig ani) j)ronidc: $&Irtmcstmp, gtarrb 17, 1875. fPfl & (ghromclc. Kaorville Whig Established 11139. Knoznlld ChroDicIt Established lb70. WEDNESDAY, MAHC1I 17, 1875. Fl KI,D AND i"A.lM. To Flaw tar sset to Plow. A correspondent of Hie Prarii: Fctrm rr r(iii-i iKHlntt the ancient practice of plowing. I hi itu-liiii"! to think noii-invention, completi' pulverization and surface iiiiunirini: thit i the nat ural iecH.v of vi-ttftHhle trrowth is best for continiieel fertility. In twt, I have commenced to practice lhl llnory : I planted tlOaerew of porn the last himmuIi, plowing lent 'Z itercs the ImIkhcc 1 broke with Ri:ulini! plow unci ihe cul tivator, lenvini! t lit- lirnkeii r-UIkH on the ("iirl'ace. Th? result wki average crops, u uooel a on the lrt plowed land, hut not !iti-i';iclnn , owing to the uiipreccdenl'-d elr.iiiiflit and the universal chineli ling. I xhnll try again and report in due m-axon. I am K'.itif tied of one tiling, the man who will ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 17 March 1875

Jinoibillf $Uchlii $flbt0 ant) Cbronulc : McimcsSan, )Uircb 17, 1873. r.KTRA nc-Aiox or tni nnaTK. Meif le-rlnff ll-efillon tfflr, jAHtiaan 'I lie Airw hfimiiirii 5(el sm 4Joml m iho Olil . Special DLpateh to the Cincinnati Oatete Washington, Mnrcli 5 The uw Senators were the center if attraction, ami 19 wef aworn in, am 2 were annniit, Mewatn. Buoth anl Hlin ron. Kive look the modified oath. Mr. Iturnntde was applauded hy the jtallnr leH when be appeared, hut in the mat ter of nolK.v ftretttmif, Andy Johnston carried cm Hie hIiii. The culori member i a Urate flm-ly-foriAcnl ninn, not very dark, with easy, graceful manner, and hear a atront? resem blance to Kilifr, Kalakaua. The iren eral verdict l that the Incoming 8-n atom, judged hy theirupjieajanoe, were not(unl tothoxethet weredinplaeiiiir. The ee-aion laated only one hour, and then adjourned till Monday, on which day the Prealdent Rave notice he would kcikI a comniunicntion. At the close of thenpaalon Mr. John Bon had a trener...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 17 March 1875

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Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
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