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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 28 July 1875

k 'v. 4 VOL XXXVII -NO. 18 KNOXVILLE, TENN. : WEDNESDAY. JULY 28, IS75. WHOLE NO 1890. Via 'a TELEGRAPHIC SUMMARY. DOMESTIC. Ciiarle,ton, July 19.-At ten o'cli ck . lo-night the Jury in th I'urker case dent in word that they had ngreed, nnd in the amidst of great excitement tho Court met : a verdict wns then rendered fur the tStnte in the mm of $75,000. Thl the ilr.t sub stantial result of the efforts of tho State lo bring ofth'iul blunderers tojnstiee. Cincinnati, July 20. This morning the distillery of 11. T. Jasper, in Coving, ton, Ky , w burned, together willi 300 or 400 barrels of whisky iind 2.0110 bushels of malt. Loss $50,000. Insured for $2j,(XM), by Cincinnati Companies New Okleans, July 20. Got. Kellogg bas addressed letters to tlio Attorney-lieu-oral, inclosing reports of exports appointed by him to examine into t lie Collector's office, in which he any: "Investigations) Hint have taken place "before both civil and criminal courts, nnd tho investigation nnd report of the...

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. — 28 July 1875

Jinodrillc fiHrchlp &!lbic, ano Cbroniclc : &lr&us&;.n, uln as, le.-o. KMltlllD WM tntll,hel 14.1. Ua4iitill- l (ironlrlr CalnblUhrd If, O. WEDNESDAY, JULY 2S, 1S75. FIELD IVItM. About Fattening Cattle. The iirii-e of cattle fattened for ui:r ket k'ieu(l nn the symmetry of the animal, hh well hsj the " fnt" style, its shippers term it. Good blood ii jni portant, hut not nhnolutely necessary to make what i termed a goml feller, In order to fatten a utter to unntr the highest market price, he must he kept in a growing condition from a call', and in no CHee allowed to go hungry. It i the tnrving the tlret and second winters which wilts and r-hrivels up a steer, that caifes him to hp o. a: a reduced price. No amount of feeding will make him u tiiHt-clii-s seller, no difference what his color or hloo.l. An animal well fed of any Mood, fr m a calf until t tie spring lie is three, years old, will lie Muooth, with tinm- i well covered and will sell at a profit.: while a half...

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. — 28 July 1875

jLUtorbillc Wlcckln eclbig ant) (Hjjromdc : (kiIcDiicsckh). uln 28. 1373 .3 EDUCATIONAL. 4'otiDir Niirrlmiipiil' 4'nnvinlnn nil Tenrhrr' Insjiltut"1 nt MiirrlaKiM if. A County StiierliiU-inle nt' ("oiivei. tion Hint 'JVut'lif rh' IliKtilute, uinli'r Hie authority nf ilit SutiSinHii!iti-iik-iit. will lie lielil in MnrrWUiwn, Ttnim-Kwr, on thu mil ami 13tli f AukiimI. lt7.", for the conn lie of Anderson, Mount, Campliell, Carter, Cliuborne, Coeke, Oral tiger, Greene, Hamblen, Hawkinn, Haucock, JetlVrHon, Johnson, Knox, Koane, Sevier, (Sullivan, Union, anil Washington. The forenoons -vill he ilevotetl to the regular Iuntitule work, the afternoons to the business of the Convention, an.l the evenings to public aildrennes and lectures. SUBJECTS FOR DISCVSSION : Primary Instruction. Orailed Hchools. Common Hchoolii vs. Private Schools. Hchool Management. Amendments to the Hchool Law. The Iustitute will he under the pro fessional charge of Professors H. Pres uell and 8. Z. tsharp. H. M. She...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 28 July 1875

Iinoioille Witthh Wh$ ;mu brnnitlc: S&Icbivcsban, u(n QS, 1873. HV; & (fjirnniric. HHomvillo Wlilif tstiilill.lieil ls:l!. knoivlllol hniiilili' t st 1,1 isli. l v;o. Pl'Ill.lSHKn 11V TUB WHIG AND CHRONICLE COMPANY. wm. nnowyLow, r.iiwi t:,;nr. TERHiOF M'HM KIPTIOV. One ooiiy.one year one copy, six Tnonthn Ten eoi'K', .trie yer Twenty cipie. one ye:.r.. i 2 f 1 en , ir ( ,-n n WEDNESDAY, JULY 2S, 175. Jetlerson Davis has declined tlie Presidency (if the Texas Agricultural College, with thy proposed salary of four thousand dollars. The I'rra and Herald remains silent on the currency question, al though wo have respectfully called upou .it to define i t position. Of course it doe .not mean to remain silent on so important a question. Senator .Sargent, of California, suggests the name of Seuator Freiirig- buyseu, of New Jersey, as the next Republican candidate for President ."senator I-reliughuysn is one of the purest men In the nati-m, as well as a man of large capacity. Were ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 28 July 1875

JhcubiKc ftiLtcchli) ccilhig anb Cbrcmiclc : wlcimcsfcan, u(ir US, 1873 iiiinimM jjghig S hwnhh. NPEf'IMEN COPIE tlio Chro.xicls mailed free to ny a.lilren cn npn'icHitiin. Km en of (lvrilHinK In Weekly. Ten linei, or le, solid, to eontitute a square. ii S I " . J 6Ar. H h I ltuare tl Mi $ I V) II ; fi Si) !'. im I ?V mi 2?qunro' 3 i, fiO 8 M1 10 5'il Is Hi 17 11 SiqUBtee I 4f.ll H 00 11 Vll Vl a ,V) 37 fil 4-URrof Mi 11 Kl 14 0C Is lh 30 Oil 4S 00 Jsnuare! 7 S0 14 fa, lo 5 28 OOj .is) 50 i 6a H) PENCILETTES. The Clinton Depot has beeu newly covered. McMinu county reports less hogs for fattening this fall than usual. " Frequent an J constant advertising brought me all 1 own.' A. T. Stewart. The prospect ws never better for a large crop of eorti in Upper East Ten nessee. John G. Carter, of Bradley county, raised 17(1 bushels of wheat on 8 acres of ground. Isaac Blaukenship got 35 bushels and 5 pounds of white wheat from one acre or ground. Sam Hutchinson, of Rhea county, claims that ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 28 July 1875

c imprbillc c&lcckln ttelbicj ant) Chronicle : $Ictmcstian, $uln 28, 1875. Wh & &hronhh. Knnvvllle Whlir 'lillllhr.l ls:l. Hnomtlllpi liroiilrle .iIhIIiviI IsTO. WEDNESDAY, JUL-Y2S, 1S73. The people of Tennessee would regard un extra session of l lie Legisla ture as an infliction equal to a visita tiou of Grasshoppers. The cool iihmi of t!ie Press and llcrahl towards Governor Porter and big administration, Is in pleasant con trast with this unusually hot season. , Sam Randall claims that lie low oue hundred votes pledged to him for the (Speakership of the next House, which is more than enough to carry the Democratic caucus. Those who take an Interest In the wheat market will 11 ml some items of interest In a London dispatch publish ed this morning givl ng an extract from the Mark Lane Express. We trust our country friends will not underrate the iniportnnce of drying blackberries. The almost unl versal fallureof the fruit crop will make the blackberry crop more profitable...

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. — 28 July 1875

linoibillc SMcckln ftttlbig ant) (Chronicle : wUuncsban, uln 28, 1875. 4 PENCILETTES. A mlrm'.rel troupe has been organ ized in Chattanooga. Bond & White have Marteil a etearu taw mill at New Market. The wheat market openeil In Sweet water at 00 cents for good red, and $1 for good white. The pri.onern of the Kington jail es caped on Tu exility evening but were at once recaptured. Morgan Lodge I. O. O. T. will have a puhlic installation of ollleer in Jones' Chapel, south of the river, on the 4tli of Augin-t. Ilev. V. C Harding, of the tireene ville Maaouic Female Academy, is go ing to remove to Hogersville, Teun., to take charge of McMinn Academy. (ieorge W. Davidson, of Bristol, was badly injured at Central Depot, by coupling a car. His collar bone wad broken. He was brought back to Bris tol. Dan. McDonald, tax collector of Bradley ccvitity, raised over fourthou a.iuil pounds of hay from little less than an acre of land. Pretty good, McDonald. A shoemaker trumped from Atlanta to...

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. — 28 July 1875

jAncibillc eelcchln calbiri ant) Chronicle: cMcimcs&an, $uln 28, 13Vo. HOME CIRCLE. BY-Am-BY. TIitc's i liltlo mischief inulcr, Tbiit is stealing lcilf oi:r lili-, Sketching pitxi ron in ilrcnm-Und " Tli lit ore never wn in tliit. I)ihing from tlio lip tlio plcfisurc ' Of Ihu present while wo igh ; Ymi :iiny know tliis iiiiscliiel' maker, For his name is Uy-an J-l!.v. lie i Kitting by your licurtlntones, With his sly. bewitching glance, Whisp'ring of tho coining itiorrcw As the tocinl hours mlvanoo: Loitering, mid our calm reflections, Hiding forms of benuty nigh i He's a smooth, deceitful fellow, This enchanter, Uy-and-IJy. Yon may knowliim by his winning, Uy his careless, sportive air; My his sly, obtrusive presence, That is straying everywhere j By tho tropiiies that ho gathers Where his sombre victims lie, For a hold, determined fellow Is this conqueror, liy-and-l!y. When tho calls of duty haunt us, And the present seems to he All the time that ever mortals Snatch from dark ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 4 August 1875

K 1 K.1 81 I HI VOL XXXVTI-NO. 19. KNOXVILLE. TENN.: WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 4, !S75. WHOLE NO 1801 ANDREW 'JOHNSON How the News Was Keceived In Knoxville. Special Meeting of the City Council. Interesting Facts About His Last Hours. From the Daily Chroniclo, Auk. 1 The information given iu the col umns of the morning papers yesterday, prepared our readers and the public generally, for the sad intelligence re ceived here about the middle of the forenoon, that Ex-President Andrew Johnson had died at half past two o'clock yesterday morning, at the resi dence of his daughter Mr. Brown, in Carter county, Tennessee. Hut not withstanding previous announcements the news of his death was quite a shock to the community, and soon the telegraph and newspaper offices were crowded with anxious inquiries for particulars of the sad event. Mr. Johnson was born in Raleigh, N. C, on the 29th day of December, 1S08, so that at the time of his death be was sixty-six years and six months old. Ilia parents were ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 4 August 1875

JVnoxbillc Mcchln fcalbig ano Chronicle: (ftlctmcsDan, gaiigust , lSz-a. pif S (ghronith. linnttlllc Whir l-'alnhllMhrd ln. Mnox vll If hrmili lr ..alnblliiirl 1H70. WEDNESDAY, AUG, 4, 1875. diversifVixu SOUTHERN CROPS. A practice has prevailed for years in the cotton States, of mortgaging crop early in the season at ruinous rates in onler to procure means with -which to cultivate anl get them ready for market. It is a matter of sur prise to any one who has given tiic Bubject any thought whatever that such a policy should prevail anywhere. It is this that has kept the Southern planters hopelessly involved in debt and lias been as a mill stone about their necks to drag them down to ruin. This debt has been increased for pro visions to live upon and for mules and horses, and provender to feed them. This could have been obviated by raising their own brendstults. grass, &.C. Almost every j'ear we hear South ern planters say that they are going to devote less attention to cotton and ...

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. — 4 August 1875

nobillc MccKljr fc&lbig ;mt brmuelc: eolcimcstian, August 4, 1873 3 RACCOON VALLEY ITEMS. Tbf Whenl, Corn nl H? 'r ftrlmnl Mntlrr, Av Kaccoiin Vai.i.ky, July 1S7-3. To the Editor of the Chronicle: Tli protruded ruins linve 'ainj:iil tbe wheat crop Inniu-iiwiy : liiiot every gruin In tin rap liumllvsi of I he shocks being Kprotileil. Whet that woulil have been of excelleut quality, bad It been hlielu red from tins ruins, is almost worthless not worth 23 cento per bushel. Tbe prospect for an ahuniUnt yield of corn continues good. A Urge por tion of the grans crop has been mined by the rains much that lay contigu ous to creeks and branches lias been washed down by overflows. On last Sunday night nt exactly 12 o'clock, I left Bt-avt-r Creek Vallny, for your city, on foot, got there by ctin rise, reported to T. ('. Knrns, County Superintendent, forexnmitmtion, com menced the examination at half past ten A. sr., and left for home early Tues day morning, with a first grade certifi cate...

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

Knoxville Whlic f:lill lho.l HlKltllll'l hroillrlK Kbliollril ISTO. purliarbd by True WHIG AND CHRONICLE COMPANY. WM. G. BROWXLOW, Principal F.dihr. V'M.RULE, Manarfnn Editor. TERMS OF SI KM UIPTIOSf. necorr.one year t 2 W One copy, six months 1 Ten copies nne year 1 Twenty copies, one year 31' WEDNESDAY, ALU 4, IS7,'. III . SI M VS MATTIII1. Stuutor Tirowulow will pxerci-e no tiersonal supervision whatever over the uifinesa tuanau'ament of the Iailv Chronicle nnd the Weekly Whio AND t'HKOMCl.K. All mutters of busi ness, sueh hs mlvertishiK, ciitiscription, fce., will beattended tout. tlieOlliee.on Market Siure. None need apply to Mr. llrownlow on thw nubjeet. The Memphis Lcdyvr take3 the lead in the South iu support of Hon. Sam. Kandall for the Speakership of the next House of Representatives. A Knoxville correspondent of Jonesboro' Herald and Triliunc, styles the last Teuuessee Legislature the ego tistical, jiickastieal, honibnstioal, dam phoolistical. Our dispatches this morning ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 4 August 1875

ik-i yinwbillc Mcckln fcMbicj ant) Chronicle: (iltc&ucsto, Su0ust 1873 5 s !.' i if f.N copirK f the Chkokicli mailed free to any aadrei DD f(MlU.t.ill. Kit I re of Artverllftlng lu Weekly. Ten lines, or leu. solid, to constitute a square. II I 8 ji K 0 ? Src. I H h S 3 !( w I rt co cn ,1! lvjaareji ISO, l VI' ft so trt SO 00 flS 00 2M.uare 3 00 fl: 8 So 10 So Hi So 27 00 aio.uare, 4 Ml 00: 11 50 14 So 2t So 37 So 4i(Uaro. 6 SOI It 00, II 0( IX 00 30 00 4o Ot 5,u;ir T Soj 14 00 16 5 28 00 . So 65 SO PENCILETTES. A lively travel to Montvale Springs. Great " ocean " of corn on the line of the Knoxvllle and Charleston rail road. The Khea county Fair lias been changed from the l'.Kh to the 12th of October. Mr. 8. McMulllen, of ti e house of J. O'Conner & Co., left August 3d on a business trip for that establishment. A negro named Coleman was sen tenced for 5 years to the penitentiary at ISlountvillu the other day for steal ing. From the San Francisco, California, Chronicle, we l...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 4 August 1875

a unotbillc cwlechln ealbijg ant) (!miitlc: Mtcfcncstmn, guigust ft, 1875. (IZhrcmhh. Knutvlllo Win :tiitllliril is:tt. itloxvlllerlirimlrln talnlillxllill 10. WEDNESDAY, AUtf 4, 1S75. It wouldn't lie hardly fair for the Ohio Republicans to engage Andy Johnson to " swing round the circle " in that State, but each a movement would be wonderful in its requite. Tammany seems to be in trouble over the caseof John Morrlssy. The leaders of that delectable organization want to throw the Honorable John overboard, and the newspapers are boiling over with excitement about it. We presume the country cart's very little whether Tammany expels John Morriwy or nut. Tin: failure of Duncan, Sherman & Co. grows out of that disposition which seems to ho inherent in the heart of the American capitalist to go outside of the regular channel of his business and speculate. It is the de sire to amass riches more rapidly than can be expected in the regular course of business. It is this policy that lias ...

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. — 4 August 1875

3u0bHIc Mcchln TdWnq antr Cronitlc : MctincsiJan, $u$t A, 1875. V PENCILETTES. The telegraph ofllce lias Bgain lee'n opened at Morrlntowu. A colored military company Las been organized In Cliattanonna. Tbe East Tcnncsseean wants the Va grant Law enforced lu that village. Cleveland want a military com pany. Go In, It Is flue fun in time of peace. The time of holding the GreMievllle Fair has been changed to 15tli and lGih of September. Jonesboro' jail bird were trying to how out again the other day, but the jailer stopped them. "Gently the dues are o'er nie steal Ing," as the man said when he had thirteeu bills presented to him in one day. Precocious hoy, munching the fruit of the date tree: "Mamma, if I eat dates enough, shall I grow up to beau almanac?" The State Agricultural Society of Georgia has ottered a prize for target shooting, and ritles are in demand iu that State now. Mr. L. L. Waterman, of Spring Creek Lodge, has been a Mason for fifty-two years. He is now perhaps an octo...

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. — 4 August 1875

s Concluded from Firgt lagr,,) tills orJor may be received in time, other, wife on llic ilny after its receipt. Tho offi ce of the nnvy tind marine corps wear tlie ustml buds8 f nioiirninj- uttnrhed lo the sword hilt Mid on the left nrm fur the period of thirty days. II otv III Xrer wan Krprlvril fclnra i here- Littlr Rock, August 2.--The announce ment of the death of Andrew Johnson cro r tod sorrow here. Nashville, August 2, At n public mooting this evening the following resolu tions were adopted : 1. That we heard with Borrow of the sad bereavement of the people of Tennes see, in the loss of a guide who has for so many years pointed out the right way to political safety, and whose services nt this time appeared to us so important to the Republic. 2. That we deeply sympathize- with his aged and afflicted wife in her bereavement, and with his daughter and son, and three families, in tho loss they are called on to mourn. 8. That, in view of his exalted character, great labors, and su...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 11 August 1875

x -r VOL XXXV T I NO. 20. KNOXVILLE. TENN.: WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 11, 1S75. WHOLE NO 1892 Az tUtU EXCITEMENT AT ATHENS. A Colored Una Taken from Jnll and NhoU A hasty nolo was received yesterday on the eastern bound noon train, from a gentleman in Athens, saying that that unusunlly quiet town was in a high state of excitement growing out of the fact that a negro man.couflned in the jail there on a charge of having at tempted to violate the person of Mrs. John It. Howard, a paragraph concern ing which appeared in the Chronicle yesterday morning, hud been taken out and shot seven or eight times. He was found dead yesterday morning on a hill near the railroad depot. The Tod of yesterday referring to the matter says : ATTEMPT AT HIGHWAY KOHHEKY. ' While Mrs. Howard, wife of John It. Howard, Hr., who lives two miles south of Athens, was on her way to town Wednesday foretioou, , she "was halted in the road by a big burly negro, who seized the bridie of her horse and demanded her money. The la...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 11 August 1875

Jinoibillc Mlccl;ln uclbiot ano (thronitlc: MlttncsDan, gaujust 11 Miimmiii inimiii ii iiiiii in mumii it (fthrnniclc. KaotrllK- M hlar lthii..li-l ivtft. Munivllle lironKlo KalillilK'l IS70. WEDNESDAY, Al'G, U. 1S73. FIEU) A.I 1 EDUCATION K11 FAIlMEliS The 7(-hmiwi.' Vv .i'i'i r li:n .m rnirabic editorial on the subject of "Education for Farmers," from which wc make the following extract : 11 Becati"'j on9 has a. sproUl vocation h? is nona the le-s a man. M;u will be jtiilgPil after all by vhal th'i arc. Their Iinfpi ness, also, will depend very irrcnily on thei character of their menMl Rtnl spiritual re sources. Niw if the pn?iiioii of n firmer is worthy of a man, then it I'i'llow? that CTery farmer should m ike himst If n much of a nan as possible. TRat i, b tbould bring every one of bis powers an i faculties to the highest devclopinciit within bis Teach. KcasoD, imagination, memory, taste: hive of the true, the lx-autiful and the good, are all to be cultivated to tbe highest ext...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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