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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 7 July 1875

jLlixorbtlU cfttcchln ealbig ant) ronidt: ftclctmcsiran, uln 7, 10 1 a HPECIMEN COPIES t the CatomcLi mailed fret to any rtdret Kmc a of t rtvortlslna; la Weekly. Tan linn, or leM. lulid. to constitute a iqnare. S'ca. PENCILETTES. Borne of our farmers are engaged in harvesting their oats crop. The crop will be a very abort one. It was quite amusing lo tee how very confidential one of our rural oouHins was yesterday when he put his lips Hear a fair one's ear and whimper ed his wishes. Home cruel person hailed him with "quit kissin' that gal !" Jouesboro' llerahl and Tribune : Rev. P. 1). Cowan lias commenced a series of lectures at the Presbyterian Church. Subject " Bunyan's Pilgrim Progress." We are pleased to learn from the farmers of this county who have harvested their wheat tiiat the crop is much belter than wax anticipa ted previous to harvesting. It is reported that a difficulty oc curred on the north side of McMinn county last Tuesday, between (4am. H. Blevins and GeorgeSiins...

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. — 7 July 1875

If hrmridc. Kll'illllli' HliK lnbllllMl IH.Iw. hiiiixlllf hronlrli- rthiUli. l IH70. WEDNESDAY, Jl'l.YT, 1875. 11. Uratz llrown tlireutt-nn to CnnT.iM Ohio In the tnlern.-t of Allfii ami Carry. He will Lein in wuler nielnn time, wIiimi l.u'ter iMi'heui. At th rt-er-iit omnii-iiceuH'nt if WasliiiiKton ami Lee University, Vir ginia, the deirree of L. L. I), wa cii ferred on Charles O'Conner, of New York. Moticure D. Conway ithihw to lecture In the United Stutes next winter upon several HubjeeU. One of his lectures in entitle.l " Th- Devil" a character with which he is n ti )! t.t eilly very funilinr. A correspondent of the fiwul Sun, Nashville, thinks the dim law, passed by the lust Legislature, a oid law, but that it, was parsed at a had time. We are ai lnss how to under stand that kind of reasoning. - i-'ome one, who evidently takes a deep interest in the subject, telegraph ed to the Governor and Secretary of State at Nashville, on Thursday las', to be present at a meeting of the Ho...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 7 July 1875

noibilIc acicchlnr Mh mxis Chronicle : a&ctmcsfrtn, $uln 7, 1875. PENCILETTES. Tbe Lincoln (X. C) I'rairrs tnys the wheal and oat crops in tliut section are Klt'tidld. Two thousand ilog Lave Veen en rolled In Monroe futility, and three districts to hear from. The telfRrapli office at Morriftown has been closed, ami that burw Is now without telegraphic coiuiuuiiIchliIoii. Chattanooga hus a committee of five from each ward to make arrangements for a grand centennial celebration in 1876. Daltou had afire on Ian! S.itbuh, June 27, which consumed a fine block of building'. I: wuh the work of in cendiarism. ClinttanoogA commenced celebrating the Fourth on Wednesday, by a lively time over a flag displayed at the Van Horn House. The Itoane Iron Oompauy is to roll one thousand tons of rail for the Cin cinnati Southern railroad. The work Las been commenced. Old (tent " What do yon wear epe s for, boy?" 15 ot black "Cos I puts cucli a shiny shine on tntlemen's boots it hurts nie eyes." A n...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 7 July 1875

8 jAmubillc flffiUchlji i&lbicf ant) tomtit: WLtlm&ari, itln 7, 16Va. HOME CIRCLE. Written f i r 'he Knoxville Clro iol. .iavw i .mum iMir. Uh. toll mc friend, if thuu can'st tell, "Why man In all his r ride. Tho' stcepel in tin, may quite as wtll In honor still abide ; While woman, weak, an I unprepared To face the frowni of life, Ii trodden down, nor is it cared How ends with her the strife ? Tis said that Kre to Adam gave Tho apple from the tree, But timet have changed and man, the knave, With seltlshhand we iee Now plucking fruit more dear than life, And giving woman, what ? The refuse, with corruption ripe, But good he giveth not ! Oh friend how ctin such monstrous wrong, Exist in Christian land ' Oh, Lord of all, h w lonij, how Ion; Shall such injustice stand 1 Send forlh thy quick avenging sworl And smite with sudden woe. The wretch, who, with fjnd lovinj words Is iroinan'x deadly foe. And let thy people, Lord, son learn The helping hand to give, An sympathize with th...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 14 July 1875

VOL XXXVTI-NO. 16 KNOXVILLE, TENN. : WEDNESDAY. JULY 14, IS75. WHOLE NO 18SS TELEGRAPHIC SUMMARY. DOMESTIC. Cincinnati, July 9. The mooting of the distillers, rectifiers and liquor dealers of Ohio, Illinois iinJ Kentucky convened to day. Resolutions were passed recommend ing tlmt changes of gangers be made every thirty days from one State and District to another, and also that storekeepers he changed every sixty days. They Jrequest the prompt release of gooods seize. 1 upon insufficient grounds, and that the otlicora be hold to a more strict accountability ; pledg ing themselves to assist the Government in Collecting taxes and suppressing frauds. Cincinnati, July K. A desperate at tempt was made to rob Express Messen. (tor Burke at Long Point, Illinois, on the YanJalia road. The engine was cut loose and the engineer killed, Burfco barricaded the doors, and kept the robbers out until help arrived. Terre HarTK, July 9. At Long Point, where the train stopped to wood, within one mile an...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 14 July 1875

nobUU Utt) ealbig ano (Cbromc.c : '(Ifflcfc..csoan. nln 1-1, fro. HstsxTllle nhl llnllllil IH.'lit. uililli' hr..iil l. t.alnltllshert IS70. WEDNESDAY, JULY 14, 1S75. JFIKLD VISU lWIOl. Which are the Best Layers. At a recont meeting of an tiKrii'iiltunil otiouciiitioii in New Hiimpxliiri', the iul vntitiijri' of tin? poultry ami rjrjj ili'part meiit of the firm were itivsuutcil in a strong lifjlit liy tlm iSciirlary. Tin lvv emu! from tliis branch of fariiiiiir wn Raid to i-xcoihI tlint ili'rivvd from tin1 po tato proilm.t of the State. A bushel of corn va sui'l to produce nine pimml of live poultry. The lunonnt of the proilm t of a bushel of corn feil to hens for ei;ij wax nine dozm. Tlie in intire from pwvh was ecpiivali'iit trii:iti, pound for pound, und would well pay fur attend mcas of hens. The Secretary said this industry would furnish profitable employ ment for men too iottrui for field labor, and for woman's active hand and bi;y mind. For the vg department, the non sitters ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 14 July 1875

JhuKbillt Mcchljj KUbig ant) oEjjromtU: (illctmcsban, $uln 14, 1873 KINGSTON. tome or It r.nirrrli'B.-riiiiiiclil ('onitltlon of Roane f'nunljr, Ac. Froin Daily Chronicle of July (7). Having determined to jmy our old friends in Kingston a vicit, laxt Satur day fuuud us ulioard the train for Lou- dou, and soon after on the swift steamer Emory City, bouud for the above named place. We found the Emory City a pleasant boat to travel on, and learn that she now carries the " buck homes" as the fatet boat on the river. These horns have chauged bauds several times of late, but the friends of the Emory City say that they are jyermanently located now, at least until a new boat is built, faster than anything ou the Tennessee at the present. We arrived at Kingston about t o'clock in the evening, and re gret that we are compelled to say that though it had been over five years since last we were there, we bad no trouble iu recog nizing the place, for the changes have been but few. A spirit of ent...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 14 July 1875

iAnoibtllc (ftlcchlg cQlbict an& Chronicle : Clctncstian, $u(n 15, 1673. KaniTlllp WhU rlhllhol lsa. liaivlllr lironlrla Mtltiibril INTO. ri'BUSHun rt thi WHIG AND CHRONICLE COMPANY. Wit. O. BROWSLOW, Prhvipnl Editor WM. R ULE, Maw,rini Editor. ' TF.RW OF RI HM RIIfTIOS. OMoupr.on year 1 (0 Odcoom;, six months, it"' Tanonpiec. one year . 15 (0 Twenty uuLet, one yeur .. SO en WEDNESDAY, JULY 14, 1875. Dan Voorhees has thrown him self into the breach in Ohio and agrees to canvass the State for William Allen. Young Mr. S.trtoris fluids him- nt with a national repu.ation at a Tery early age. See our Long Branch dispatch. Uev. Charles Colling, once Presi dent of Emory anil Henry College, died at bis residence, near Memphis, lant Saturday. Ohio has the champion turn coat. His name is Sam. F. Carey. He is the Democratic nomiuee for Lieu tenant Governor. 4 The July interest remains un- paid and Tennessee bonds continue to fluctuate and Tennessee's credit con tinues to sutler. Plymouth C...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 14 July 1875

"1? lnobilIc MUchln &lbicj anlr (ftjjromck: (Lttlctmcsiiaij, guln 14, 18 1 IP'I? hronhh. j HFEdHCX COPIER I t the CssoairLt mailed free to ny sddrM OH ftplHlCftlloU. j Rates ar Advertising- In Weekly. Ten linen, or If", (olid, to eondltute iqonre. j 8rcs. i ! Square.. jaarM juaref tvjaarf o X Ok $9 oo tis on 18 Hi 23 50 30 00 27 110 00 5 W j PENCILETTES. ! Haywood county pays tax on 8,000 flogs. I Greeneville also has a military com pany. I Calhoun is to have a postoffice.with pr. W. N. Uoge as postmaster. Mitts Todd was killed by lightning ear Kaleigh, N. C, last week. i Blount County Quarterly Court con verted the jail Into a worn House. Bristol has passed a hoe law. They trill be penned after the 15th lust. Mr. Spencer Munson advertises a rustee's sale in another column. The new Methodist church at Hreeneville is Hearing completion. Three vounir man were killed by tghtning in Milton county, Ga., last keek. t There were from 1,500 to 2,000 peo ple at the Duektuwn celebration o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 14 July 1875

Unorbillf &lcclln Mbig anil romtU : S&cbnxsimn, $ulj 15, 1875. f7 $ jhrtmirfo. Knnivlllr Hhl KMnMlahrrt IHiO. KunstlllPI hrouK lf t-.-lnhil-hril IS70. WEDNESDAY, Jl'i.Y 14, 1S7.V The colored people of Memphis celebrated the Fourth itli a big cele bration and were addressed by Gen erals Pillow and Forest. .Surely the day of reconciliation has fully come. Governor Tildeti and his friends will never cease rejoicing over the prospective defeat of the Ohio Democ racy, ami consequently of Senator Thurmsn as prospective caiididte for the Presidency. It is said that the Russian Em pire, in case of u war, can bring iuto the Held l,4tKi,0Jti men. This makes her a foe too formidable to despise and we should think the British lion would be slow in provoking her to mortal combat. In the Morristowu Gazith we find a long com mil hie it ion from Judge James T. Shield- on the subject nf the delerioratioii of our lands. The Judje is a good writer and a practical tanner, 80 that what he says o...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 14 July 1875

$in0billt fcaUchln v&Uig ant (firomdc : tftlcimcstmn, Jfnln 11, 1875. 4 PENCILETTES. Lh than half of sunlit van couuty tiB 1,( KM) dog. Hamblen county report) a log tux of $877, and half the county to hear from yet. Greene county has li ail one ciie of ijaenifigitit) lately according to the American, Sweetwater will have an election on the 17tli luxt., to HKcertaia the wl-hm f the people in regard to the corpora iion of the town. The Centennial OmmifHioners of Monroe county are actively engaged tu arousing an intereet among the peo ple of that county. A Chattanooga lady, seeing the new steam tire engine out practicing, wits heard to exclaim : "O, see the (street car squirting water!" Rockwood has stopped the serlp mill and returned to greenback payment. A wise movement, which should be imitated by Knoxville. A good joke is told of a Chattanooga young lady who, by mistake, sweet ened a plate of whortleberiies with table-salt. Imagine her disgust. If " necessity Is the mother of I...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 14 July 1875

StawbilU UUchhj --Wins ana omdt: MctmcsDan, ulj) tt, 18'o. HOME CIRCLE. SUNRISE IN VENICE. Jfight seems troubled ami scarce asleep, Her brows ara gathnrprl in broken rest ; Sullen old lion of dark Saint Ma-k. And a star In tho oust Hurts up from the deep, "Whitoas my lillies that grow in the west Hist I men are paainfr hurriedly. I see the yellow wi jo win? of a bark t'ail silently over my morning star. 1 see men more in the moving dark? Tall and silent as columns are Great sinewy men that arc good to see, "With hair pushed buck and with open breasts ; Harefooted fishermen sopiting their boat, Brown as walnuts and hairy as goats Brave old water-d og, wed to the soa, First to their labors and last to their rests. Ships are moving! I hear a horn; A silver trumpet it sounds to me, Deep-voiced and musical, fara-soa Answers back, and again it calls, 'Tis the sentinel boats that watch the town All night, as mounting her watery walls. And watching for pirate or smuirgler. Down Over the sea...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 21 July 1875

VOL XXX VT I-NO. IT KNOXVILLE, TENX.: WEDNESDAY. JULY 21, IS75. WHOLE NO 18S9 i1 .11 WASHINGTON. The Yellow Fever at Key West. "Washington, July 17. A telegram re ceived nt tlio Navy Department yesterday, from Key West, reports two deaths from yellow fever, liut no new cases. PostcrtKce regulations have been niO'lifi :.l so thatcii'toni boiiso ofliccrs may examine for eign lettors suspected of containing arti c'.es liable to duty. Suspected letters shall be held until t lie person to whom addressed is notified, and the letter opened by liim in the presence of tlio custom house olliccrs. A dispatch from various nut horit ut i.vc sources deny the presence of yellow lever nt Xorlulk. ( apt. S. T. ('uitliing succeeds Col. ('. L. Kilbumas Cotiiini'sarv of Sulmstanc! lor the Department of the .South. There was n tcrrilio raiu stonn in t It is vicinity last night. Washington, July 19. Secretary Ilris tow and Attorney General Pieirepont will return to-morrow, and Robeson is hero. Tho Star h...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 21 July 1875

Jtnoibillc a'tfltchli? calljig ano Ctuonitlc: MTttmcsinw, $uln 2), laVa. $7 C (ffjiranhk. OUR NEXT FAIR. A FEW WORDS TO OUR GIRLS. BEECHER AT HIS FARM. KaOXVlll WhlK rutitbllxhnl IHSO. Maoivllln I lironlrlc t.nlHbllahPl IS70. WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 1S75. " Sheep Raising-" Makyvillk, Tens., July 0, 1S7-3. 7b the Editurt of the Chronicle: Your remark mi the importune ( raiting slieep, IvwU ine to fiiy roinj thing on the subject : You twy, "If our farmers weie only convinced that that luisiiu'H tvouhl prove profitable, tliey wmilil eerminly engage in it." Your statement is true. , I am exleii.iively netpiainteit ill Knox and Iilnunt counties, ami I fitul many are convince! lliat ii pay to r:i-e Blieep, if the ilo's were only out of ihe , way. I kuo a farmer who ohiM keen a l!:ouan.l shit-ii, hut lie i t.n. iliseouraueii hv the ilmi tliat lu; ha. I'.u: quit keeping nlieep hltojjetlier. iliiHi not all. The other niglit two hungry dogsj came and attacked his calve, ami while they were engage...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 21 July 1875

JlnoibiKc cfttcchln wiling imj brimiclc: C'elctmcsiun, Juln Ql. 1373 3 MOIi VIOLENCE. I An Irish Mob After Orangemen. Xasiivim.k. Ti:nn July l.'J The ful liming special lins Wen received fr.nn liirksviliu : "Two irishmen altaclicl n ncjrro with linivn. Next morning twenty negroes iittnck tho Irishmen, who took refuge in n, grocery g'.oro, wliori tliev were taken by the polico to tho station house for safely. Some eight negroca assailed tho grocery with pisli'ls, (tones nnd axe?, mid nearly demolished it. Several disreputable bouses were mobbed. In the menntimo the friends of the Irishmen battered down ths door of the calaboose, liberating them. A genernl riot was feared, but nil is quiet now. Nobody wn seriou.-ly hurt." CoMWIU'S.Omo, July 13. The citizens of "Weslvillo havo burned Coriiin'a saloon. Corbin is nick, but aweurs he will open unother saloon when ho recovers. Law rksi'K, Mass., July 13. A mob at tacked tbe Orangemen roturning from a picnic. A dozen Orantreinen with ladies...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 21 July 1875

4 iinoibillc (i&tcchln Mlbia ant 'broniclc : ft&ctmcsfcan, ,3hiln ai, 1673. $$hii1$ (hrtmhk. Knuivlllr Win f-lnMLIieil hnoitllli'1 hriMllflH l lli-ll. l WKDXKSDAY, JUlY 21, 1875. It Logins to look very much as though there was a strong ring at Nashville determined to hear Tennes see bonds by discrediting as far as possible the honor of our State. The New York JJnninr 1'utt Hays Robert. Dale t).veii has placed under medical care in in nsy Jum near I udinuapnUs, and that a gratifying Imps is e ntert tine-l of hi.s recovery. An investigation into the wiucs of the lute tt-rnhle ueeiilclit on Long Island at Rocknwny, shows a negli gence on the purl of the railroad authorities wliich ought to he ei iminal bylaw, if it is not already no. Cor porations have no more right to com mit murder than indi viduals, ami their managers ought to he punislied for murder as other individual.". The Nashville B'tuwr says that tho recent wet weather has taught the farmers of Middle Tennessee a less...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 21 July 1875

Jfoofbille Sfttcchln &lbioi ant j)romtle: (LMcfcitcstan, uln 21, 1873 5 'l.f Ch(imicli mailed Tree to ny Jdrc on i n"ii. Hitlra or t dvcrllaiiiK In Weekly. Ttn linn, or lops, inliil. to eonitute r. square. a a o H H 53 ' es liunre 1 H V) J! V) t 00 W Ml, ( US mi 2 -quart! 3 INI' t 40' 8 Ml 10 Sim IS M; 27 im 3quKrw 1 4 ,VI, H (Kr H .'' U Sn : 511 37 M 4-.iuuref I 50 11 IU,' 14 (K'l IS Oil1 311 Oil 45 Oil Sviuunw 7 5(1 14 (Hi lb S 28 W -ft) 50 1 65 50 PENCILETTES. It Is reported that (lie corn is badly damaged on the Imnks of the Clinch River. "Quill are things that are some times taken from the pinions of one goose to spread the opinionsof another. "Oh! howdelightful, perfectly splen did, so nice," was what she said about the moonlight, and he said, "Isinhit." dipt. Blunt, of Bradley county, is the champion wheat raiser for 1S75, in the State, having ruised 55 bushel to the acre. An experienced Davidson county farmer predicts a yield of eight millions of bushel-) of wheat from T...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 21 July 1875

imjfbillc a'Ufhln Julbig ant) Chronicle : MtcDncsDan, u(n ai, 1873. KKOXamtSVlf Knnxvfllc Will rlnltll.licil Is n. linoit lll( lironliio t.xliilMHIn l ISTO. WKDNKSDA V, J Ul.Y -1 , lS7o. Cornell University lins curried off the two urent prizes at the Suratogn Hegntta. On 'J'uesuliiy t be Freflitn:iii crew won t lie run-, ami yesterday, in the grent UnlverMty contot, hu uUo took the lead. John Jlorriwey, he of the power ful muscle, lias been interviewed on the Presidential question, anil nya the reent Governor of New York will receive the Democratic iMiuiiiation, "as sure as Ills name's Sum Tilden." A correspondent of the Courier Journal writes that a bottle of w hisky may bo bought in Cork for half what it would cost in this country, and thereupon the Hop'ilnaville Xew Era Is alarmed lest there sliould be a heavy in.niiiration from tliis emmtrv under such letters. Our cotetnporary is disgusted, and toucliiiifrly appeals to the " reviv ing odors of a bog pen '' for relief. We confess...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 21 July 1875

: 'I riU, 1 1 in IB! . StTOtbilk cfllccliln (ftlbig ant Cljron'ulc : fcttcfcucstian, nln a, 1875. PENCILETTES. Cows are dying with the murrain lu Daltorj, Georgia. A " Harry Helru" Jr., will be on the river lu a few iliiya. Dalton has a Champion Kire Kxtin Kuinlier. A public tent proved s.tls factory. Charles Harris, of Greene, whs one of a number i'1'eonvlftn pardoned by Gov. l'orter. "Tall onks from little iii'orns grow." Terrible ttuhi'i ironi Utile toe-corns grow, loo. Mr. John I'.riitoii, i f (ii cue county, on old pensioner of the witr 181J, died ou the llili ins:. Charles H. Hnrtsi-ll, an old iiikI les pected eili.en of Miiiiimh county, (lied on the 1 1 tli iij.-t. The Chattanooga linhcas corpus ea.se has been decided'. Smith wmi leleu-ed on (riving 6l,o,)tl ba;l and Hays was discliai;ed. Jlr. K. Link, the most etensivc to bacco grower of tirtiin- county, sbip- I'til lo liinl.-. ot Ilic v unit to IVIi -in-blirg, lust week. Vncle fc'am must have U en indi bl ed to that, rural ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 21 July 1875

PnoxbiUe flUcchlfi Wips ant) Chronicle : dltfincsDajj, uln 21, 18'o. 8 HOME CIRCLE. ASLEEP IN JESUS. Fell H-lri-i" in Jpmiw, at 1 o'clock, Huil- i'.iy, July lsth, Unice I 'yd. mini, " I nm liie resurrection !" The grave in charge may Vir; , And our loved nei crumble hid lust, While in the dust they sleep ' We count lliein Hill ns living, As living unlo Ciol ! Our hearts have no misgiving, Ever ri-sting in that word : " I am (he resurrection." Sid is our lienrt ntid home. Must des.'lalethe broken bund, AVhero the stroke (if dentil hnn come. Still lire our lust ones living. They are our living "lit" tied : Waiting with Us His bid-ling To arise hud nient the Lord. OTI.u'.i, "The Insurrection I' When, when, wii. thou nprear To turn to joy mir sorrow. And stay the ('ailing tear .' In this colli where death i- .-we-piiii: Its myriad t'i liie tuiiib Iato thi s. ene if woepiii'.', (I Lord! When wilt thou come .' i ii i: noitiov V flow. I sit on th" -and.- by ti e . While the tired tide w An...

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