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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 2 June 1875

Jinoibillf $Uchln ant) Chronicle: (Ltflctmcsban, $unc !2, 1873. Knoxrlll Whlf Established 1839. KnoxTllId Chronicl Estsbluhtil 1870. Nir.'iMt:N cpikn ' 'hi Chhonici.1 mailed fr to any adilrea on ape .. Kntr nt 1 verlliilnsr In Weekly. Tan lines, nr less, solid, to constitute a square. t B H Space. o 1 iiiiiBra fl Vi fl Vi f I i M 5o f.i on lis ran V) KM 1(1 Mi 5j 27 00 (m II Ml 14 M 24 fx! 87 fil 2 Squares 2 vjuares .1 e nu 1 A . I 1 U 1.1 l-quare fill II On 14 l'j IK 00 30 (Kl 4") (M 5iquare- 7 SO; H Wl lb 5 j 28 U0 .( -Vi 05 'sj PENCILETTES. Thursday night nine persons from the vicinity of Clear Springs passed through Knoxville on their way to Oregon. Mr, Hopton, 108-years of age, is ly ing dungerously ill Ht her residence eight miles somh of town. Greenc ville National Union. Rev. D. 8ullin; President of Sul lin's College, will dedicate the new Southern Methodist Church at 1'iiitin, Loudon county, on Sunday, July 11th, Ilristol Courier. The white wheut (n this county is injured w...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 2 June 1875

lill.iwlllc Wh In r slit till-hcnl lS'l') It mix III I Iirnnlrlo fr.ftf l is VKI)NK"1)AY, J (.'NIC", Is"'). i the S'tiillu-rn JIiiuk', a weekly journal It now soetnH verv probable that 1 .. , . ,..,,. .Iude Tft, of Cincinnati, will be j 01 wll,ch -V0U "re tllC ''tor.liwhiof, nominated for Governor by the Re- ni,,of whll'h Kan,'olPh A- sletwcll, piiiiii.-HiiH nf Ohio on the ."?! of Juno. I0" Kuklux notorietj- is assistant edi- It Is t: be hoped that the farmers , tor' For h;ul lying, base slander, who tire to visit our city on the 3rd of' ami wicked abuse, your dirty, vulvar JmiH will meet with h hearty reception. ! sheet is without a parallel. It may in They are ooml.u? bore to promote an! truth be said, vour paper is devoted enterprise hi which this city has a i , . C , ., . ,. - . . ' . . ... , ,. , ; to the perversion of the truth of his irreat iiitcrt-nt, ami they chould be made t f. el that they have our hearty , tol' n,ul of villilyiiig the livin-r and co-operation In their go...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 2 June 1875

Jtnorbillc tcchln calhi ant) (Chronicle : Ictincsban; June 1875. AVlioIcwsile ii ii I Miiiiii(ii( tii-iiiir lirwixfc iHtN. PENCILETTES. Tin man who doesn't linny; out liis fhingle unci iiilvertUe, l i-8 iiiipI lo-Hven no hiii. Colonel H. H. Yearwood, of Monroe county, 1 1 ax '(! i i t -T ' I h lifW tinrn ut 'out of $3,1110, Tiie Colonel 1m ii model farmer. Brixtol Im hiul mintlier eielliiij niuU.'li, In which t lie Indies came on victorimi-, hikI they liuve accepted Knottier cii'tli-iifTM for in-xt Kiidiiy. A Ii-iizlK piihlifhtr I liriut(iii( out a richly illimtrHiPtl life of I'rince lils murck. It I i it ii I imI ctt in numlier.s, two of which lutve uliVHily iiipiimrtti. A Iio.toii reporter who wrotu H tpiiieliliig ohiluiiry notice of a deceaHed citi.i'ne, won the widow's heart ly his L'ii-diiiii; words, and now lie la worth jO,WK). We learn that Mr. Jobu Gates has jrone over to Little liiver to make an i-ttlimate on building . he railroad bridge over that river. Tiie work, we unde...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 2 June 1875

9 6 HOME CIRCLE. MARK TWAIN'S MINERAL LANDS. Noiiit ililnir Abiuit Tvralnn Knrly l.iro :al Tninrni- .Muiinuiln Scenea. I llojnt.iin Corre-1'oJcnt Whig ..nl Chronicle J WAKTiiriKi, Tknx, May 21, 1S75. A few day ago, In company with a friend, I left Wartburg for a stroll through (he m ctti n I i n . We croeaeil the line of the Cincinnati .Southern at a point, throe inileH went of this place, known n Tripletl's ('tip. The con ii 13- road croea over 11 tunnel near the northern end of Major H. Carlisle's contract. The noise of the anvil, the mule driver, and the stun unit; blast, are in strange contrast with the solitude, that reigned su- iireuie a year ago. From this; point we rambled on promiscuously for a few miles, when the "even tenor of our way" wan interrupted hy my frieud, who wus in advance, suddenly stoppiug, with a loud exclamation. "What's the matter?'' I enquired, as 7 came up, and found him gazing intently at the road. " Lookathere !'' " I see nothing." "The I) Dickens you ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 9 June 1875

1 VOL XXXVTI-NO. 11 KNOX VILLE. TENN.: WEDNESDAY. JUNE 9, 1575. WHOLE NO. 1&83 ttir it MASONIC. Dedication of the Magnificent Temple in New York. New York, June 2. The dedicatory ceremonips of the new Masonic Temple in this city begun this a. h. with a procession of Masons, which was probably the largest, most imposinn mid mott important civic display yet witnessed here. In all direc ting along Ilroadway and Fifth avenue and tho principal streets near these leading thoroughfare Sag and bunting wi-re hung to the breeee, and everything indicated a gala day as the time for the procession came on. The ttrects and windows, and doorsteps of houses on the line of inarch were tilled witli people. Twenty six di visions, into which tlie participants in the procession had been divided, look up their places in admirable order and with milita ry promptitude in tlio various streets, be ginning with Ninth end ending with Nine teenth, abutting on Fifth avenue, tho right of each Division resting...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 9 June 1875

t ($hr 'oniric. Kssvlll Whlir r(nMIh'l lvlti. laaMtxttlli hrmilrlp ..lnlill-leil ls7l. WEDNESDAY, JUNE'J. 1S75. EriKlM) ,VD initM. EASTERN DIVISION FA IK. Meeting of Grangers to. Consult Over The Mitt3r. The Grangers Purchase Fair Grounds Tilt? no. !i yfn ,iy hr.niu'Ht deleiMti-s from .le.iriy v-rry c -unity in Ent 'IVn nf-n'H. ! i't" tiou nf El": Ten ii- -- 1 1 ( ' Him: i l eotini!: in ffLr:rd t" n(. 't-jii n nition un the trii't "f the Si I e; M J'l l; -.-k'e.iil. of the Ivi-tern IlivwUtti Fir .er to Iriv-the Cinu, r- -f Ivi-t 'I en m --i-e ruti the Fair thi y:.r. I'lirrim:!' and nnilliimw.e were i'; w:ii!ii-vf at ii d'pat, and m tie- : : r- iie:,-c:it i- 'ii were e:ite i in . i f. f t i'i x- t ,!-- ,H j mid mi tlieir umv t i t Ka v as i-r iiroratuni'-. tHtes had I'tTiiaf s property which t hey eept or refuse, a;n :iv ' r seen the novi f . i ai'- aiiii hetiee this pr.i II ai ta ri . ' .! that I" - gramme had li lore liny aieion Kati" s!,n:;,i : they arrived ah ner !id to l.r i ai:...

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. — 9 June 1875

llnoibillc i&Uckln et!lhic ant) Chronicle : ailcDiusti.in, $unc fl. J. 3 (Co)ifinu'.d om Sccnd Puyi.) . .1,..! 'I' nt Hi n n- ..I 11, of in ceplinjr, willi in.vi- llllitiil IIIIU.I. ll" IMll lir.-l fuii'N ii 1 1 i 1 uMt-r i1 l'XICll.-t S III Mllllllli' UlC I. III. Mr. Mci U, n!' J, iV.-imim, i ii i tlie i'Hii?i!i ui iliitt ill"' Tiu.'Sit toeil tli" t : i - t-.r ii '. lilt' Ctmilllitll'" M'"T. ill fliv... Cenlill l llil I III' H l.-il li:i A i lioneil. lie Wu in ! ivur i.f an tlio iiruvNii. fur ili? crcilit'.i- M on iiu iiml foi'.I 'n; Mr. Olivant, ' McM:nn. ' in 'a vor of iu'ci )it i i ii roi(iTi..ii :i- fair .i'owili'ii, aiul jinwiilc i'li'ii.o )inyiiK-iit afurwaiil-'. lln m ou li-ii , .Mr. Mick's million. Mr. liatrKurit, f.cn KohIk', .--im-.u-i tluit if tin- irt'!niuim whi'u pii'i u , vuM 1'1't I hn-e men who In M i:i :i!.l ' JIICIUilllllH ill H t;iliill llUllllil. Mr. C'liailiim was n little i luiiiilfl j ill mil t nt fia;ui'i i.f tliiK i j i .-1 1 1 - r . 11". not iiifiirmut...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 9 June 1875

JlnoibUlc ft'dUchln Jftlbicj ana &(jnmicit : (ftlctmcstnn, unc 9, 1&Va. '(? (Phtwtirh. Kaoxvlllf Whlc ltnMttl IH'IO. iMx-lll I hrMit'l KntitUllHlircl 170. rtni-incn nv the WHIG AND CHRONICLE COMPANY. WM. G. nnOWSLoW, iV,V;,.i Editor. WW. RULE, Mnmvjimi Editor. I CliMS OF Ml IIM'KIPTIOX. One --op.v.oiie year '.Ina'eopy, Ax irii.nthc rir'l'ir. one veiir Twenty eopien. one j-eur : ro 1 (II ', i 0 l (HI WEDNESDAY, JUNK9, 1S75. Hon. V. II. Stephens failing last winter to beat " Androo" John son f. r tin- United .State Senate lias gone to California. Wendell Phillips thinks t lint in spite of Gen. Grant's letter declaring a third term, that the Republican party should insi.-t on ruuuing bini. The New York Jfrrnhl is engag ed in getting the opinions of every body and their cousins on the third term nonsense. It must have some thing to talk about. Mrs. Hatutiy, wife of Adjutant General V. 14. Hamby, of Ciov. Por ter's staff, died at the Commercial Ho tel iu Nashville, Wednesday morn...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 9 June 1875

JinorbiKc Mlcchln cftlhig ant Chronicle : a$lcDncst)an, unc 0, 185. wimi iimuhiwiihiii $hiQ& gjnomrh. Knoxrille Whlj E.tabllehed 1839. Knoxrllld Okronicl. Eatabhihed 1B70. NI'EClnEN 'P1E!S ' (.'mound. mailed Ire to any addret on api . Unit r l vrrllslnu In Weekly. Ten line", or lesa. aolid. to constitute. a square. t s H if o SricK. 1 SnuareJ 2 iiuarep: 3 Miuarey1 4 -uuare &MUHr09-l (I Ml $'- 5n t Mli H Ml .4 (Ml f HO 3 I Hi .VI it 5r 1U 5"i rt Ml. 27 tio 4 Ml t (HI1 II 50: 14 Ml 23 Ml 37 Ml 6 Mil II (HI; 14 (id IX 0(1' 3(1 IMI 4i (VI 7 &OI 14 00 1 Id 5 I 23 OUI .W 50 1 65 10 iheii. Dlftb-JAMKa On the 4th 'of"'Jni"l7."it hid lesiJoDce tw i niilei below Friend's Sta tion. .lefiVrton et-unty. Tenn., Alrah Janice, in hie bVith year. Uncle AIvhIi hen been a eonsistoni member of the lta tist Chur-h for forty nine yoara. lie disd in full triumph of hid faith. His lo is greatly deplored by the community in which he lived. PENCILETTES. ; The farmers of Greene cnuuty have planted...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 9 June 1875

l.noibillc oolccliln ecllhia ant) Chronicle: i&Ubncsban, 3unc il, 1873. ? )?, ; I? 7v. -hi il- gyjiramiti. KiiotvIIIo Mhlir I llllll-tir,l is-i:. ItlKixillli'l hronlcli- 1 1 I i x . IS70. V ;: I .N ICS! A Y, J UN K . 1S75 ' ! Now who! will the N-w York i ITrra'J .!o, that I:, !!.!r.l term Klicst. i imm-ii aii'i-". i nun ii!i v:inniMi i into the air'.' t. mil T MMlll" new M'llKilt K'tl. A sla'ciiu c i is ifint; tin1 i 1 1 1 I -. in the papers tli.V Judi.-e IVr'i-r u tu reeeivi- ten thotNiml iIiIImim fur I i speec'a in m. IJi-( elirr-Til'oii ea.-ie It may he true, all 1 it may im1. H.-ti. is in-epre .-:h'c.. We ;ipp.iiMl after lu'iui: el ol !u Cum-! KtvtK lie wotil.l f.-hhle, l.-.,t he ha.- n't. 1 le ta'lts m a' m t'irrii! iti'e. If.-i-! fa-t iteiiiiriii!r the rcpti'tith'ii o''n v-rit. ! ': l)tn (JniX'iti- in Aii'Tii-;ti u ! itie. I y i ! W'e alv; e T.r Ii i. ;. ils i li,-n 1 1 sec nuytliitii: ci , n i in : 1 1 , i v ot'ti.n.! Il r it-tow in a 1) "i lie mm' ;i:i per to ei I it out...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 9 June 1875

MnHtanam PENCILETTES. )' Ihie tUc Court understand you to tay-itiiii yim Haw Hm-utitor luloxi caleil?" "'Not ni nil, ir ; only I've Been liiia In miuIi u t H flurry in lo attempt to inn out t'opy wi: li tin' Miuf fei iIihi'h all." Tlie Knleiijli A'ewn t yn (lint n-veinl jitlilieiuiarv convicts) uttempiiMl to make their esotpe l.ti-t week, while a wuirun whh PHi)-iiiK - out ut tlit iinic. Oie wnn killed another wounded, ami the balance re-cipttireil. An uriMtoi-mtlc 'ew Yoi Her, ou lo-1 Inn rc(mted by a rloli and Vuljjnr young fellow fur pfrmiesloii to marry one o ins Kin, nave una riiiniT crusdihis reply: " Orinlnly ; which would you prefer, the housemaid or the cook." r . i Munday, a ulreus-rider and "three card monte inan," who sometime alripe floured conspicuously in the KiiuibliiiK houses of .Nashville, bus beeu recently eonverltid while in At lanta, (jia., and ia now pioacbin "C'lirii-t and Jlim mieilied" to in nern. Xever ton lain to mend hid liHliilc. MorriMowix Uazittc. The ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 9 June 1875

linaibille cclcchln cfclltg ant) ronulc : Mctmcstmn, nnc 9, 1873. 8 . HOME CIRCLE. Written t t Ihe Knnxville Chronicle!. Ve i- there kre in every garilen-- Nojious weeds of every hue Vet thro' euro (if watchful warden They will selilom coma to view. Deep within the noil they're growing, Anl should they bo let alone Soon each tender plant o'erthrowing, Their vile natures fully shown. Can wn not by might rlos'.roy thorn ? "Well mothinks , let lis see : If we try wo my removo them, Kl-othey flourish wilj nd free. But my garden is a sample j Listen to my story then, Tho' it prove no good example To my needy fellow-men. On my garden ruin unil sunshine Fremont, free and softly fell. And tweet flower", plant and fruit-vi (irew by patient culture well. liut at length I grew aweary, And "aid I, " My vlnei will grow, Vh'rof..re toil -this work U dreary 1 mi safe fflil wee-N I trow.'' S ) 1 loitered in the n.-iriiit;g. Still :it noon, and ciioo of day, An 1 tlio' ol'ion came a warning. Yet 1 p...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 16 June 1875

VOL xxxv n -NO. v KXOXYILLE. TKXN.: WEDNESDAY. JUNE 10. 1S75. WHOLE NO. 1884 AMONG THE ICEBERGS. Graphic Account of the Wrecked Vicksburg. New YoKK. June 10. Cpt. Cooper of the steamer Siale of Georgia, which ar rived here this morning, makes Ihe fallow, ins statement : On June 5th, in latitude 40 08' weft, had light liroeios from northwest and hazy weather. Thero were numerous icebergs, and I urge quantities of Hoe ice in sight at 11.30 A. M.; discovered a ship's boat villi sails ret an the port bow. I made immediately for her and she proved to be boat No. I, of tho steamer Vicksbuig of Liverpool, belonging to the Dominion line, and commanded by Capt. Bonnet There were live men in her and in a very exhaust d state, thoir feet and legs very much swollen, so much so that their boots hail to bo cut from their feet. 1 at once took them with their boat on beard, and put the men Into the hospital unicr the surgeon's charge. They aro still suffering from their great exposure to wet and co...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 16 June 1875

ftnofbillc tidlcchln eclbig ant) 'broniclc: CC'UimcsDan. unc Hi, 16J5. UwwtTillA Wilier ctnliiiati' tl ltMK 'llr I'ltroul.-lr KM nbll-lir,l IH70. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16, 1875. FIEM) VTVO If A. It M. "Does Farming Pay?" It due if iiMpcrly i-.i:idiii'ted. but like amy other hnine If n'iiilre eloo appli cation of miii.l a. well as cni'rgi'tie n.e of muwle. All person do not look :it funn ing in tlii liirlit. but i'cni to iinasrliio tlmt after n man f;iil in I'lvry other hiislncs.s lie cn mi'tinl'i miiUe a living f:irniin;. Thi is ii sad mistake. Yon milit. with tilts same propriety, give a funier control Ufa pilot's wheel a to put an inexpe rienced man to finiiinj. Karniiiijr Is it science, ami mil lie followed as such. It is not only a tnnttr r of sowing and reap ing, lint it is what yon sow and what you reap : whether ymi have a poor harvest or an ulnr.j'lant one, all depends upon the man. If lie Is a man who understands ills buiine. l:e will practice rotation of crops: never pt!ttin;r m...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 16 June 1875

Inotbtllc (Vfttcckhj (&lbig anD chronicle : IcDiusfcaif, unc IB, 183. DOWN THE BAI. TbflrnUo nf ll llrrnld" Ym-hi Mom Nutm nf Ifio Kails mm IT lvllcr. A very Inter. tln rxhibitinii ww, iude a day nr twn himi, in the nv voce of h party nf perls) nml Invited KUCHta, ttt th KHifle Wlnir propellet, the invention of JuiIhh l'atlemuu nf Tenuetww, a gentleman who Iihk rnl deil to his high mantling in the bar and bench tho proof of high Inven tive genius, shown in number of valuable anil iucceiwful mechanical appliances. On the occasion referred to the beautiful steam yacht of the Herald hail beeu fitted with one of these propellers. The minor adjuncts of the event were a day of such periec ticn as brinus out in their fulness the beauties of New York Hay. The run was to the Lower Bay, with a test run from marked distance along theHta'.eti Ilantl shore. The subject is one of great Interest to all who are interested in our steam matlne, in which the propeller hss so lamely displaced the J...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 16 June 1875

Jinoibtllf (ftUchlp Ibig ami (Throniflr : ftnttnirsmn. unc 16. lSa. (f (jfchrbnitk. taosvlll Will S'.tnhHah"1 13!. Maaivlll hronlrlt- :lhllhi- 170. rt'tli'XHin T TH WEIQ AND CHRONICLE COMPANY. H.. 0'. iifiOH-.VLOH', WHiwipal Editor. v. WM.Ri;LE,Maw!li9 Editor. TKHMM or Nl'KM'RII'TION. 0 , On oopr .one yew........... Ooi-opy, fix month.. twnine. nd your. Twenty eopiflt. ono i-mr , 12 10 . 1 0 . Ifi sO . so mi WEDNESDAY, JUN E 10, 1875. Tlie Nashville Jlannrr mentions the name of Rolfe S. Sanders, of this county; as an aspirant for tlie Clerk ship of the House of Representatives ofthe 44th Congress. Has it come to thks, that a Dem ocratic Judge Is the tint to sustain tlie constitutionality of the Civil Rights Bill? It is just no. Judge Nelson of Minnesota 1ms given an opinion af firming the constitutionality of the act. The Democrat have I iudly pro claimed to tlie world tliHt the only hope of escape from the eruieioiis ef fect of the odious bill was through the election of Democrats....

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 16 June 1875

JhwtnlU Utklg imts &jnmuk: e&tc&iusbag, unc 1G, 1873. 5 ?Mg $ (fehratmh. Knoxrlll Whir. Eitabluhad 1B?9 KnoiTilld Chronicle Established 1B70. KnriMES ropiEN if iha CssnstcLl mailed r to any adiirw on feppniKii. it. (Intrant xltrrllnlnf In Wrrkl;, Tas linen, nr leu, iolid. to constitute a mui.rt. t 3 H 3 Srin. ' lSqaa.ra.Ji II 2uare i 3 00! 3 Square' 4 Ml 4 square 6 .Mil 5Sxo,arar-j 7 Sol I V)j SU H on (i IIS nr. HI V 1 .SO, 27 HO 14 Sill it .Vh 37 fll IX Ki' 3u im, 4S on 21 MOi .)' 65 M) n su 8oi On1 n .so 11 on: 14 K 14 OU lo J PENCILETTES. A man named Doyle killed a snake Houtli of i lie river last week over Mix feet k nit. Herald and Tribune: One night last week the dogs killed fifteen line sheep belonging lo John B. Hunt, of to.il Jirancli. Mr. J. M. Currington, of Carring ton's Southern Circus, Iiiih hieti in the city several days making arrangements for an exhibition. The circus will ar rive on the 4'h of July, or rather, we .suppose, on " the day we celebrate." Ou...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 16 June 1875

Jlnorbtlle eftlcckln (Mbig ;mD (Cromclt: S&ctmcsDag, $unc la, 16a." ti ting & $hronitk. Knox Till Whlar ITatsiblUtiwI IMS. Hnoxvllir 4'liniulrle .nt MbllKhrd 1H70. WEDNESDAY," JUNE 10, 1875. The Ohio Democratic State Con- en t Ion meet In Coin in bus on the 17th iiiHt., one week from to-day. In a race for the Presidency be tween Bristol and Tilden. the latter would have the advantage of having pardoued the great Tammany thief, Ingersoll. Judge Kelly hag beeu ventilating his views in Washington. He thinks the country is hopelessly bankrupt, and he like to be interviewed on this melancholy basis. All New England is excited over the College regatta which is to mine offal Saratoga uhout the first of July. Harvard and Iirown I'ni versities are at fever-heat. The country is safe. The Courier-Journal comes to us with a two column report of a base ball match between the compositors of that ofliee and the olllee of the Com hurciat. The "simdl talk " man did it, no doubt. Wouldn't the...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 16 June 1875

JlnoxbilU; frfehtn tfcljjig ,anb (0mrit : &ttmcstan, nnc la, 1875. PENCILETTES. Financial, "VlioIenle nud MiinufiKM tii'tiif Iriiirtrlstat. j.ingtou Aae jcnnc"cun : ine vacoDcy in tli Ih cliHrxe otvuKiniied l.y the rfRiKiiKilmi nf Kev. Mr. Urumirr, lias been tilled by She u 'p n n t tnt-n t of ev. 1. W. Jirnwn, of I levrlmiu, Tenuesaee. Cleveland Ifcrnhl: The county e8or IbiiikH lie will imiMt-r up klmiit 1,200 dogs In bis riitiinli. tie puys Ihe uld women soinelimeii lilde Hit' ir iurt 8 under the Indw, but he ItjuiiHg-n lo h aeB them. tireeiievlllu American : Mike Day, while driving nn ix leiiin through un open Held, Home mi'en below luivn, during one of the heovy alnrin of lust week, WKMHiruck by liuhtinn' hihI in aUHiilly killed. In the name loeality, we alno learn, Mr, Kirk lost two horse by lightning. Chattanooga Tiints Dr. F. Painter, (if this city, yesterday tdiijiijed a cot-ton-mouili tnoecatdii wuake lo the Roy al Zoological Society, of liondon, En frlaiid. The noble r...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 16 June 1875

iiivjfbilic ftftcchlo Wb$ airt Cferonirle: Mcfctusfcag, $nnc 1G, 1875. 8 HOME CIRCLE. (Written f t the Knoxvilla Chronicle, I EVIL TIIOCHIITN. " Well I don't care what people think, Ml do just as I pleaso ; I know my gait, and, wim or link,. I'm bound to tnkomy oas?.'' He took his ease ; with swelling prido, Ho launhed the world to scorn, lie wasted wealth and health and died, -'ursing his Ood, forlorn ! " Io! my mother don't know I'm out; paddle this canoe : ilothers are wise, I have no doubt. And I'll know tomothing, too ! ' A " short life and a merry one '' She knew a year or two, Then cursed the hour when she begun The evil to pursue. " I know its wrong, but must have gold, They'll never think it' me; And I'll grow rich as I grow old, "While men with envy sec." Tn years of honest work he'd done, Then yields himself to lin ; And wife and children weep lor one By prison w alls shut in. ' Whht if I flirt a liulo ; sure No harm can mo befall. J! v ill is strong, my heart is pure S'i...

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