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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 23 June 1875

VOL XXXVTI-NO. 13 KNOXVILLE, TENN. : WEDNESDAY. JUNE 23. 1S75. WHOLE NO 1885 HEAVY STORM. Houses at Charleston, Tennessee, Ub roofed. Great Destruction Reported Between Charleston and Riceville. 6pcil to Knoiville Chronicle. Charleston, June 10, ISTo. The heaviest win 1 known to the "oldest inhabitant" passed orer tb is place at 3 o'clock p. m. to-day from west to east. The tore house of John liichejr & Bon WR9 unroofed, and also the dwelling house of Col. M. H. I'rovine. No one hurt that I have heard of up to this time. There was some rain after the wind. The Academy in Calhoun was unroofed, also the residence of Mr. James M. Koox. The wires east of the town were blown down; It is understood hero that there is great destruction of property between here and RiceTille. W. L. McK. TELEGRAPHIC SUMMARY. DOMESTIC. Coi.i MBts, June 10. The following is the platform adopted by the Democratic Contention in session here to day : Adherence to the principles of the Fathers of the Republic....

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 23 June 1875

linoiDillc eaUchln illbi0 :nt fbronidc: wtfclmcstmri, unc 1875. Vih & ;hrmri(h. MbvxtIIIo Whlir 'lbllli-I I vlli. asaoa.llla lironlrlr KalnhlUlKMl WEDNESDAY, JL'XK-i, 1S75. , FIELD A.iNI I--VIJ1. Facts About Shoeing Horses. At the nutnbor of men who nro coming tent to thoe it hore currectly nre tit urnriz ingly ininll, hth! ns lire shoeing is 11 Koiencn baroly in iu infancy nt yet, any facts thiit will pltieidnln this important ub ject will lie Imilcil with iriimeiisn mtUI'm tion by every ono who is it friwml to thi noblest of all domestic Htiininl' the horp. Whoever Iihs mnde himself fiimilinr with the aiiHtnmy of the feet of horses. cloo not reed to be told thiit the prevailing manner f shoeing them is ruinous to the natural form of the hoof, always tending to in calculable injury to the horse, thin depre ciating his marketable value. Must of the horse shoers r.f our country prepare the foot, fit a shoe and securo it to the hoof in the same manner that a wood butcher lits a sh...

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. — 23 June 1875

Jlnorbillc cllcchln cMhig ant) (Chronicle: D'OlctmcsDan, .June a:j. 1-973. COMMENCEMENT WEEK. Reception of the Governor and State Superintendent. Wednesday's I'roeeedingtJ -(Joveruor Jan. I), Porter ami Htale Superintendent Trousdale arrived on the train ,veterduy, and were met at tue di'iot by a number of our lending citizens and couduuted to t lie carriages in waiting. Gov. Porter wag taken In a carriage drawn ly four beautiful tteeda to t!ie residence of Col. C. M. IcCihee, whose guest he will be while th'e city. Superintendent Trouxdale s taken to the residence of Mr. tz DickiiiHon, who dellghU iu di vining visitors to our city. Cadets did not turn out in ranks joined and equipped, as was an sjj'd they would, owing to the feat'"'wer "ie ,u"r"'!' ",e Y ill1or? r,,'n Rf "ie ti"'' "t parade. , SuijiUt, however, were at the depot ', ' n the Governor arrived. MEKTI The I'"rHI': "l)AKD 0K TBfSTEKS. Trustee''"' "'eeting of the 15 aid of Preside!? '"'' yesterday afternoon. Hiding iiiie ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 23 June 1875

JtnortilU Mtcchln Mljig ;mo Chronicle : (ftlctmcsrjnii, gunc 23, 18 j. fhjQ rf (fjircmch. (avIHr Hlll( FatMblUNrd llBOBlllt'hroalt-l fctlabltnhrd l70. rCBLlBMD T TUB WHIG AKTD CHRONICLE COMPANY. WM. O. BROWSLOW, JViVixi Editor. H'Jf. RULE, Mnnnmng EtiUor. TERMS or UrBSCKIPTIOJf. Out ii,ob yer, 12 0 OMccpr. ii ntobthi 1 0 rwMopiei1. "tie ear IS '0 Twenty eoiet. one yeur.ul... L'V WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23, 1875. At the suggestion if Prof. Hay den, two entomologists bave been de tailed, under Government auspices,, to investigate the Missouri and Kansas grasshoppers. Sunset Cox was present at tbe late State Convention in Ohio sad spoke words of comfort and good cheer to his sorrowing Democratic friends. Ham. knows it s none of bis funeral. A few months agt Democratic journals invariably alluded to Con gressman Kelley, of Pennsylvania, an "Pig-Iron Kelley.'' Now they pay tie is a gentleman of marked intelli gence and exilted patriotism. Our correspondent from Wash ington, as usual, is full of ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 23 June 1875

JAnoibiUc $lcchln (&lj)icj ant (r0mclc : fttoiustinn, unc 2,3, 18 o. NPecmrn c-opie if iht Chiokicli milled ! to any MdrM oa pun-u..n. Kale of Advertising- la Weekly. Ten line, or letf . tolld. to comtltnU Iqou. K S o o o pa Srici. llqaaro.. 23iaari 25quare 4 Square 53uarM II ISO 3 m, 4 Ml 6 50 1 7 SO $1 Vi o so M OOj n oo 14 00 h m 8 SO 11 50 14 OC 16 fl 50 10 !to 14 60 1H 00 28 0 9 00 115 00 16 50, 27 00 2 60 37 HI SO 00' 45 OH . 50 1 M 50 PENCILETTES. Carrlngton's Circus shows in Mary ville ou the 24th inst. Ducktown Is going to celebrate the "Fourth" on Saturday, the 3d of July. A fine article of coal has been found within a half mile of Louisville, Ten nessee, on Mr. Mike Miser's farm. The storm damaged several build ings slightly In Bristol, nd the Pres byteriau church at Paperville. New wheat has made its appearance in Chattanooga, and one car load has been sold at $1.10 per bushel. Mr. Wm. Herron, of Blount county, died on the 17th lust., and his wife is lying at the poi...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 23 June 1875

jAnotDillc Mlcchli) ealljig ano chronicle : MlcDntsoaji, unc 23, lSo. KnmvlllK Will Salnhll-hort 130. liunxt HIP t'lironlrlv rllitlll"hel IHTO. " WKDXKSDAY, JUNK 2'', 1S75. Matter do not aps-iii nltogether lovely among our Granger friends on the "Agency (piestinU," Andrew Jnekson Houston, nmn of General Hani. Houston, Is a United Status Marshal nt Tyler, Texas. Gen. Harlan Is "BliakliiK them up" lively In Kentucky. 1I will make the campaign interesting for his Democratic competitor. We regret to learn that Hon. NV. Y. Elliott, of Murfreesboro', Tension Aneul for Middle Tennessee, had big collar bone broken a day or two since. There is actually tint man in (iforijlii who declines to be Governor, mil hia turnip i PhnriH J.Jenkins. The paper are writiui; him up as the j compare favorably with that exercised most eccentric man of the a.-. I over other institutions. The students The editor of the Memphis Lai- j in roint of intellect 0,1,1 Vmal l- fjrr takes about the ninetieth chapter pc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 23 June 1875

jAnorbillc (LMcchln ftftlbicj nni) bnmiclc : i&Utmcs&'aii, $unc Q3, 1875. 4 NKH tUVKKTlSEMEim. AVlioln l? filial lMiiiifiictiitliiij; triiffiflHi n. PENCILETTES. The wheiit crop la- turning tit bet ter In Mciiir.i entity limit wm ex pected. A lialf Indian LHineil 1 Ileum, hung htumeir In Hntliey county U-t week. Family diilleultlm The 1-th district of Hon county Is troubled with tri rijf-lmie thieves. Dotible-birreled idiot guuattiiglit help. A Mteamboat 100 feet long ami IS feet wi,l U being built fir the trade between 1'harlenton anil Chattanooga, ou the MiwavHee. We notice on the fourth pMge of the . J- T. that on the 6th day of July WaHhtuKion county will bo Bul l in tracts to euit purcha.-erH. John H. IJitdi, the tnule thief, bad his trial yesterday moialtig and was Heutenced to the penitentiary for ten years. GrecncviUe American. A Cleveland man made bin Iiors drunk on boiled cider and the Herald complaint that the Kecorder did not arrest the bojjs according to law. Th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 23 June 1875

iinotbillc (LOlcchln tiftlbtcj ant bnmicU : (Uttctmcsfcan, $unc 23, 1873. a COMMERCIAL. WIIOI.F.BAI.E MARKKTH. Cbbokicli Officii, 1 Knoztillk, Tcnh., Juno 21, 1875. J Trade in produce was very light during tho week juat closed. Whont continues quiot at former quota tion?. Corn remains dull with no change to note. There is still a lirgo supply of bacon on the market. Seed Irish potntoos continue in excel lent demand. Choico tui tt or will bring outside quota tion?, but old is not wanted at any price. Prime goese foathors are in good demand at 60 cents. We quoto : "Wheat (Juict; wliito $1.10al,18. Cork Dull; loose, T4a75c; sacked in depot, 80a82c. Lard Steady, 10c. Oats In demand, 65aG0c. Irish Potatoks For seed, Northern, ?2.on per bushel, $5.00 por barrel ; country. $1.7') to t'i.UO por bushel. tlAT Fair demand, $1.00al.lO, baled. Loose from wagons, 00c per 100 lbs. Dricd Fruit Apples, 8afc. Poaches, quarters, Ha'.'c; halves, OalOc. Blackber ries, 7ia8c. Flo ua--Dull and weak; count...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 30 June 1875

VOL XXXVTI--NO. U KNOXVILLE, TENN. : WEDNESDAYJUNE 30, 1875. WHOLE NO 188G GOLD! GOLD!! Exciting News From the Black Hills. Chicaoo, June 28. The special eorres pondont of the Inter-Occan with Die sci entific expedition now In the Black Hills, at Camp Horner, on French Creek, Custer's Oulcb, tends the following telegram via Fort Laramie, dated June 1(5: " Oold In largo quantities and of good quality Iia9 been diicovorcd in Custer's Gulch, French Creek, and upwards of seven miles along this stream toward its source or gulch mines. There are scattered along French Creek four different mining parties, numboring twenty-five men, who have taken up claims, on all of which good oolor has been obtained. There are also several quarti lodes which promise rieh returns, but tho grentest importance is attached to gulch gold digging. AVhen tho gold was discovered the scientists were at Camp Tut tle, and only arrived here yesterday after noon, when they were much surprised at the discovery. It U-i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 30 June 1875

fhiij & (fehrmhk. Kaosvlllft Whig Ftlttlil-l Ift.in. Maexlll hr..nlel Kalntlihrl IH70. WEDNESDAY, JUNESO, 1875. FIELD ,VIVI FAHM, , Some Pertintrit Suggestions ' for Lazy To the Editor! c the Chronicle : III tue Atlantic Monthly, poinctinie sinoe, ihcre wuti Urn following nen tence: " Youug America is uu his kuee, wringing i IihihN, crying, ami praying, O Lord how shall I lie prvkI from work?" It Heemn many are on ft rife to see how lilt le they cmi do and live; anil I fear many will die a trying ! How is it, s i many have time to lounge about street.-, aiorts, and saloons? And how is it, so many have plenty of time to hum rubbits, while we industrious farmer liiwe hardly time tn look Ht one as lie rim before us V How do these people live, and where do they get their bread and clothing? This is a wonder to many. Some doubtless steal, and some will sally forth in time of harvest and ile maud double wages. Most young men, when the time conies that they mut lookout for themselves, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 30 June 1875

J Jlnovbillc eftkchln aclbig ixntr jr0mtk : e&Icbiustmn, $unc .'id, is "3 LANEi BODIEY Join and After Sts., Cincinnati. Manufactut of the TLst Portable SAWMILLS. Solid Imn Frnme'rmirht Iron Head Blocks Fruition Foed. for illustrated coluloicue. Lord I Taylor DRAPERS lNRRIOX iilD DOHKSTIO DRY SOODS ark orria pki.ict likes or Black and Qored Silks. Spring and Snmor Dress Goods, luU and Hoaseepiog Linens, Foular?inished Cambrics, Prints, Oalies, &c, &c, TOORTHER WITHj RXTIKSIVR OF HAIRGS. IN ALL GRADES, Insertions, Edgb, Trimmings, &c, SILK HCE, all colors, PLAIN & FANC HOSE for Ladies, fsses and Children. 10 Gloves, Fans, Patois, nbrellas, &c, &c. Our Ladies' chotepartment contains stock unsurpassed for gance. durability and lowness of price Direms for self-measurement rent on applicatior. - Complete assortimof (lent' Furni'hiog Goods, Shirts. Collars, C Ties, Hone. (jloves. Ac. Woods sent to any piof the country. Shirt measurements sent on apcation. For th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 30 June 1875

Jlnoxbillc ifttcchln eclbi ami) Cjjvonitlc: cilcDncsbaji, gunc 3U, 1675. $ (hranklc. Knoxvllt Wltlsr r lnhllalifl l:tO. Kaoaylllft lironlele inlilNhrl 170. ri'RMSHKD T TH WHIG AND CHRONICLE COMPANY. WM. G. MIOWSLOW, IKnciml Editor U'M. RULE, Managing Editor. vv.nyin or ni'iim'Kiption. Oaeenpr.one year,.... 12 10 On coin;, sis months 1 (i T oopies, one reiir .. 1 10 Twenty eofien. on veur SO (0 WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3D, Is75. Our dispatches this morning bring intlligence of a terrible iuuuda- tinn and loss of life amt property In France. One hundred aud thirty-seven bills passed by the last New York Legislature failed to receive Governor Tildeti's signature. The current number of Harper's Weekly has a cut representing the Htates of the Union as pigeons, all flocking nround " Uncle f'am," who feeds them all together out of the same basket, labeled "Peace." The nest of counterfeiter de tected and exposed at Pittsburg, a few days ago, had added a new branch to their business, that of counterf...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 30 June 1875

JCtnorbillc Mechlin ealbig ant) Cferomdc: i&icimcslmii, unc 3Cf, 1873 5 fhig & (hronhh. i On CmimiCLl mailed fraa to any addren on apvi' Kihi t( itlvrrilalna; Im Werkly. Tan Hdm. c.r leu, nlid. to cooatiiata a iqaara. 4 a B Spaci. ri go 8 M n m 14 (K lb & x a w i ! rt so t. oo M on 10 5(1 lrt ."HI 27 00 14 Nl iM fill 37 fll 1H 00 30 00 4.1 00 28 0(i W 60 64 1-Viunre.i II (Hi 2 ?iuare 3 Oil 4 AO dwuarw ISqnarw 5jqaarw (HI 11 (Kl 14 00 6 Ml 7 40 PENCILETTES. Chatt anooga has organized a Juvenile Fire Company. A peculiar kind of flux is prevailing lu Greeneville. Greene county farmers complain of the damage dune by tbe tobacco worm. Ten thousand dollars more of city crip is to le Issued. What will it be worth uow? Henry A. Mo, of MuMiuu county lias planted near tifty thousand to bacco plant. Tbe lightuing killed a cow belong ing to Win. W tains, of Blount county last Saturday. A pest called blue bug bias made its appearance in Sumner county, dam aging the cifrn. Ten prisone...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 30 June 1875

0 " jLinaruillc fttfcchln (ftlbtg :mt ()rflnitic: (fctctmcsban, $unc 3Cf, 187a. f S (jjshronhh. Knoxville Whin t:tnhll.lil ls:t. Knoxville liroult'le t.litlllNlirl IS7II. ""WEDNESDAY, JUNK 30, 1875. -Keach talkt-il nine lay. He has (lemollnhel Beeeher, bin wltiii.t and counsel, and tm.o coin mtii ceil with the jury. Next, we presume, he will turn upon the Court. The Southern Catholic His dis missed the Wma and CiiitKXicLK and is now engaged In ileiniili.-liiiiu the Memphis Appeal. It rnniniN us of the hiiihII terrier, that runs nlvuit the highway, attacking all I tie Iwruer animals, presuming upon its insknili cance for protection. Late intelligence Iimiii Waflilnv ton represents that impriut steps will be taken to put a stop to the r.iiilo of Mexicau thieves on t tie Texni hol der. Forbearance lias ceased to l.f a virtue, aud if these depredation cun not be stopped by easy means, some thing of a harsher nature will he re sorted to. The New York Bar, without re gard to party afUliat...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 30 June 1875

JUuubillc claUckln ccilbifj antt (kjjrmurk: (fcttimcstJan, $mu .JU, 1875. 7 Irish Emigration. Recently, authentic returns have been made to the British Government of the lots in population gutlVrecl in Ireland within melhliik lefts than twentv-flve years laxt past by emigra tion. It U placed Ht y.oiKl.lMrO of people, which would )penr to he a ninsl dn aging drain up n population of between five and nix millions, a stated In 1STI, English Journal, though, ore felicita ting themselves that, judging by the emigration of the Hrt four months of this year, the outflow has received something of a check. They rejoice at this, they say, not that they deprecate emigration as an evil, but they think that the Irishmen are staying at home on account of the present existence of new advantages, tempting them to remain. But In this connection the fact is now often dwelt upon that the idea of "going to America" is no Ion- f;er what it was in the days of " auld ang syne."The "Exile of Erin" hag for m...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 30 June 1875

8 jAnogbUlc t&Icchln Ibig anD (kjmmuic : MlcDncstiau, $nnc30, 18'a. HOME CIRCLE. RI.OIrKI.Kft.H VK'TIIRlri Let others write of battles fought On bloody, ghastly fields, "Whence honor greets the man who wins, And di'ath the man who yield; But I will write of him who lights And vanquishes his sins, Who stniirirlee on through weary years Against himself, and win;. Here is a hero staunch and brave, Who fight an unseen foe. And puts t last beneath his feet His passions bate and low, And stands erect in manhood's might, Undaunted, undismayed The brarest man that drew a sword In foray or in raid. It calls for something more than brawn Or muscle to o'ercomo An enemy who marcheth not With banner, plume nd drum A foe forever lurking nigh, With silent, stealthy tread. Forever near your board to-day, At night beside your bed. All honor then to that brave heart, Though poor or rich he be, Who struggles with his baser part Who conquers, and is free, He may not wear a hero's crown, Or till a h...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 7 July 1875

ijm 4 N 7U VOL XXXV 1 1- NO. 15 KNOXVILLE, TENN. : WEDNESDAY. JULY T, 1875. WHOLE NO 188T FROM CHATTANOOGA. jnter-State Educational Convention. Hprrlnl to hronlrln. Chattanooga, June 30th, 1875. Tho Inter-State Educational Convention met here to-day, aooording to appointment. The Convention opened at, 9 o clock a. m. The attendance is large. Ihe States of Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama, Missouri, Virginia, Kentucky and Illinois, nro rep. resented. Prof. B. Mullin, Superintendent of the Public Schools in Atlanta, Ua., was chosen Presidont and W. It. Garret, of Corners ville, Marshall county, Tenn., Secretary. Vice-Presidents were chosen from ench of the several Slates represented. An address of welcome was delivered by George Washington, Esq , of Knoxville, and was ono of his happiest efforts. Among the many distinguished gentle men present is Km, T. Harris, the euiiuent Superintendent of the City Schools in St. Louis, Missouri, who to-day read a paper, which for ability has hardly ever...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 7 July 1875

jUnoibtllc Mlcrhlp lii'lbig ;mo d'bronuit: IcUncsniui. $uln 7, IcTa. Wh & (Uronhh. Kienxvllln M hlir ralxbllahrtl Hnoxvlllr hronlrle KvinbllalM-it IS70. WEDNESDAY, JULY 7, 1S75. FJKM) IVI FAHM. SHEEP RAI8IMJ. We have oftan called the attention of fanners in East Tennessee to the importance of sheep raising. With our excellent climate we can raise Bhecp with little expense; ami if our farmers were only convinced that that business would prove profitable, they would certainly engage in it. We find in a late report from thp Depart ment of Agriculture, tlio following, which is no douLt reliable : Tho following statements lire from it correspondent in Sangamon county. Hit nois : From a flock of $ merino, ilm greater prt pure bred, woro clippe'l S 1 1 pouri'ls of unwHslieil woul : averai; per liead, Ii.07 poumN. Ten or twelve ol the shei p were bucks, souiu of which yiililnt 17 to I'J pound'. Another f:trmer clippc t frtim 3 pjre-bred CoUwuM owe 34 rounil : and another frum 4 high-gra...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 7 July 1875

JlnofbilU Mcchlti (Ltlbig ixrib bronulc : dc'lcDiusfcan,' $uln lis J 3 From Fentress County. Jamestown, June 2o, lST.V To (In I'Aitoraof tht C.ronirte t It is not often Hint tills upper and better region is heard from. I would Lave you and every one el-e through your medium to know tlint we are awake up here to our heHt interests. We have our Academy building completed. It is a nice building of twoetoriee, well lighted, well painted, and is located on a beautiful plat of grouud uorth of the town. The bouce will accommodate one hundred and fifty itudentH. The first Region will commence on the 2d day of Augunt next, under the charge of Mr. Good pasture, a graduate of the Ktute Uni versity ot Knoxville, tinder whore care we hope to have a acliool not to be surpassed in ttie Htate. We claim that it will be one of the most desira ble places to get an education. We have ttie best water, the best health, the finest scenery, the cheapest place to live to be found in the Ktute. The school is...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 7 July 1875

ihtoibillc fc&lccklo ecllbig ant) Cb.cin'ulc : (ftlctmcs&an, u!n 7, 1875. 7i (C (jhranirle. Raaavlllr Will t'.alnblLliril IH.ln. Haaxlllca hraalrls utinhilnhrd 1H70. Fl'MTHHRD BY TKV WHIG AND CHRONICLE COMPANY. WM. O. HROWSLOW, Principal Editor WM. HULK, Managing Miior. rilK.Mft or ftl'BKl'RIPTIOX. 0anpr,oii rear,.... 12 JO 0mo.;, il month) 1 (hi Tmm on pie, one yer ..... i. ft ( 0 Twntf aopiM, one yeur . So 00 WEDNESDAY, JUlY 7, 1875. We beard it hinted that the reason why Andrew Johnson did not attend the Inter-State Educational Convention at Chattanooga, was that be was quite indixposrd. It's mighty warm. The world will never know what it has lost by the failure of Andrew Johimon to give his views in an ad dress to the Chattanooga inter-State Convention. The California Democrats found it necessary to adopt a resolution at their State Convention, opposing a "division of the common school fund to other than legal purpose." We suppose they mean by this that they are opposed ...

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