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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 11 August 1875

J.Jt. w - i JkoibUle Mcchln nnti Chronicle: Mcimcstan, August 11, 1875 5 W"8 & hratmh. RPKt'IMElf COPIES if tha CsaoxicLS mailed rraa to an J addres on appiicti'ii. Hales of t Overusing In Weekly. Ten linos, or last. (olid, to oonitltata a square. Sue. 1 Square.. 'J ?qaarep 3 Squares 4 Squares & Squares ; 8 A H 8 o H H S $1 Vi 3 ft 1 1 4 M r. sui 7 50 $1 Vi; (I 60 u 0lt U 0UI u ooi K All 8 M ii so 14 0C lo y -" -i ?5 S S m oi 1 ! fi SO !l 00 tl 00 10 5" 1 & 27 00 14 6" li-'t 60 37 6o 15 00 30 00 4t 00 28 00 . 50 WW PENCILETTES. EDUCATIONAL. THE THORN GROVE INSTITUTE Green corn thieves ere operating iu Blount county. The Loudon Times tells of a four legged chicken, it did. The Chattanooga workhouse now contains nine prisoners. The melon-cholly " days are come, the saddest of the year." South Chattanooga lost a dwelling by fire Saturday morning. The Chattanooga Memorial Associa tion excursion was a success. The colored Baptists have organized a new church at unattanooga. A...

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. — 11 August 1875

iluavUiHc qui big anu nniclc : &lcimesi)an, Jucjust 11, 1873. linnxTltlc Whiir I'slnhll-ln-.l is:. llnoi vlllel lirttitleltt .lwliliili-l 1MT0, WEDNESDAY, AIM 11, IST.i. lu Mccrr County Kentucky, (he Grangers run n cuinlidiite for the Legislature against (he regular Demc cratic nominee and he was elected. The friends of On. J.A. M bry, of this city, will, we learn, press bis claims upon the Governor for ap pointment to the United States Hennte. The election in Kentucky re suited in a Democratic victory, of course. No one expected a different result. The majorty will not differ materially from the last election. Governor Porter is credited with sayiug that he would appoint no one to the United (States Henate who press ed his claims before the burial of the deceased Senator Johnson. If this be true, it is commendable. It is safe to say that no man who makes such in decent haste to get an office is worthy to fill it. We trust theeditorof the Atlanta Herald will be candid enough lo ...

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. — 11 August 1875

Jittoi'billc .ttthin 'WLlbig anb Cferimclc: Iciwcstoim, u$xi 11, 1875. PENCILETTES. Clevcliiiiil wants a company of light Tlie lmli-lteilntiM of Newton county. Testis, 1h neatly ?o, 000,000. lie i- n eowanl who would sny " I despair." It In no iliHKracB to fall, but it in a diH)inot to refu to pick (iiie's self up. A little wart:lianked hop-toad will hreuk up a croquet party quicker than the darkest thunder cloud that ever gathered. A Dubuque father kepi a ptomacli pump in tlio house, and when he tells his children not to eat cucumbers ttiey let 'em alone. A lively urchin accosted a drug store man tlie other day: "Mister, please i;imme a suck or licorice, your clerk goes with my sister." How a woman can keep on talking wlilie she twists up her back liair and nas ner mouth lull or iiairpains, is a mystery tint yet explained. Asa mark of respect to the memory of ex-JTesideut Johnson, Mr. John jurd ler raised a flag at half-mast on his tailor shop yesterday. Chattanooga Commercial. Cap...

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. — 11 August 1875

StowbUU Wttn Mtys an omrlt: Mrtmcstmjr, Q$t 11, lBVo. 8 HOME CIRCLE. TO-DAT AID TO-MORROW. Hieh hopc that burn liltc star sublime, Go down tho Heaven of Freedom j And trun hearts perish in tho.time W a bitterest need them ! But never sit we down and say There' nothing left but sorrow ; "We wa'k the wilderness to-day, The Promised Land to-morrow. Our birds of sonr nro silent now, Thero are no flowers blooming ; Yet life beats in tho silent bough, And Freedom's spring is coining; And Freedom's time comes up alwav, Tho' we niny strand in sorrow ; And our good bark, aground to-day, Shall float again to-morrow. Thro' all tholong, dark nightof years I ho people s cry nscendeth, And earth is wet with blood and tears ; Hut our weak surl'eraneo endeth I The few shall not forever sway, Tho many toil in sorrow j Tho bars of hell nro strong to-day, But Christ shnll rise to-morrow. Tho' hearts brood o'er the past, our eyes With smiling futures glisten; For, lo 1 the dawn bursts up the skies I Le...

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. — 18 August 1875

VOL XXXVTI-NO. 21. KNOXVILLE. TENN. : WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 18, 1S75. WHOLE NO 18915 HANGMAN'S DAY DEATH OF JOHN 0. WEBB. A Written Statement from Him. The Somie ftt the Gullowa. Letters from Ayera to Wobb. Execution of Berry, the Wifa Murderer, at Rogars.il e He Protests His Innocence lo the Las . G.OOO People Witness tho Han. -iog at Tazewell. Honeycutt'e Confession a Denial of tho Charge of Murder. 'from Knoxrille Chroniclo. Aug. 1 1E75.) Yesterday afternoon, about 20 min utes past one o'clock, John C. Webb died on tiie gibbet, erected on the rail road lot near the C'liuton Pike, to ex piate the crime of murder, committed on the 5th of March, 1S74, when Rich Reynolds died at Die hands of two as sassins, a full detail of which was giv en In the Chronicle at the time. Early yesterday crowds of people could he i-een passing in from every direction, and every country road or turnpike, leading Into the city, whs thronged with men, women, boys and girls, some riding in wagons, some on hors...

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. — 18 August 1875

2. gtoririllc Mcchln UWn im onit(c: Mcimesarm, $t 18, oitillo Whir FtMIrirl ls:t. Boxvlllf lirnnlrlp liilllli-l IH70. WEDNESDAY, AUG, IS, S75. FII0T.1) ATVI FAllM. ABOUT THE FAIR. iMimrmnl Rrr-It lijr lh Knot 'nn.v urnnitc At ii inretiiiK of Knox Ciumty GraitK"; lifl'l i tlicO.liI Fellows' J lull on the lH'Ji in t'ttiT, Uih following mo tion were pnM'i! : Ilomiviil, Tlint we niil'Hsi' ! h" H-u of liaviiii; a I'lililic liarlii-cuc on Friitiiy of tlie (nit, ami tlmt we will l;y tlie matter In-fore our respective (ir;iiu;e for their Hpproviil or rejertioti, hihI. if approved, then we ti:ree In cotitriiiiiu1, ( i rn 1 1 cm, our pint tuw:ir.l Imviim barbecue. I.eMl'el, That u committee of two from each It run ho in the county, con nistim of one unle mul !. !t-m be ApH)intfl, whose duty It shall lie to dee to it tlial ei'li (train.-- snail take Ktep to liave gometliinu for exhibition at the forth-com mi; fail, and that each committee rcpon t- Uro. Ciiutlton what it run do. Keiiolved, That...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 18 August 1875

yinorbillc tcchln i&bQ ant) Cjjnmttle: ctBctmcslmn, August 18, 1875 ATTRACTIVE EXCURSION. Cloalna; Prene lu Hulnton Prenfoy tery In h Moualnlno. To the Editor of the Chronicle : On the 80tl day of August, the Prt-s-liytery of HolHton.Rliavlug the day previous cloned its Region at llt-em's Creek, Buucomb oouuty, N. C, will jstart lu a body on horseback to ascend Mount Mltchel, the highest jieuk of the Black Mountains. They will spend one day and two nights on the top, in a "niountuiu sociable," interspersed with religious and 'iterary exercises. It will be a time of rare enjoyment, such as seldom occurs la one's life. Those who have seen ull the moun tains of earth, alllrm there are scenes of beauty hero which surpiiss thera all. Xo adjournment on account of the weather, for to see the clouds be low you, or to have the lightuing zig zaging around your feet will only uMil to the sublimity of the bcene. All lovers of the grand and sublime 111 nature, are cordially invited to make t...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 18 August 1875

Jlnotbillc Mtthh S&ljwj ant) Chronicle : (ftlctmcstinn, 3tuciust 18, 1873. IiIq d (fhrcmhlc. Kaomvllle Whli t'tnl,ILhri ln:t. iaoxvllKM hrnl-l r.llllhrd IH70, PCRt.lHIIRn BT Tll WfflQ AND CHRONICLE COMPANY. WM. G. EROWXLOW, rriwipal Editor l AT. RULE, Mnnarjinci Editnr. TKKMN OF ftl'HSCRIPTIOJC. One copy, one year,.... Oae copy, six months Two oiie, one year Twenty mines, nne yetir $ 2 on I i1 15 mi 3 ) UU WEDNESDAY, AUii IS, 1S75. H. V. K., of the Cincinnati Commrrcinr, comes to the front anil nominates Col. A. S. Colyar as Senator Johnson s successor. Only about Ave thoii-.and people turn out to tlie funeral of an Kx-l'resi dent, liut the Hilifvluir snectacle of h ronvieted murderer swinging from the gallon- attracts ten thousand per sons to the spot. Mr. H. T. Helmbold, the Napo leon advertiser of the world, has ar rived in Boston after an absence of three aud a half yearn, and will resume business with renewed energy, ns his appearance and health indicates. The Memplris Appe...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 18 August 1875

norbillc Mcchln ftclljicj ant) romelc: &tctmcstM) ' gu'pst 18, 1873 5 fpi(j & $hromric. HPKCIMEN COPIES he Chkoxicli mailed frM to ny ddrtf OB Ki'VhIi"Ii. Kales of tdverllntna; in Wtntkly. Ten linu. or leu, iolid. to eonltllute a iquar. a SrACt. 1 vjuareji 2 5iunre j 3 Square? : 4 Squares 55qiurtt0 1 1 V) 4 80 5 50 It 00 If 00 3 (10 4 SO 6 M 7 60 f. 5u 00 8 to 10 5(1 ID 50 2.1 50 30 00 27 00 37 fl) 45 00 53 50 H 50 14 1 14 SO 15 00 28 00 1 1 00 14 ou; W 50 HANGMAN'S DAY. Ezerntlon of Webb and Berry nnil llnnryrntt. We have now ready a large edition, in convenient form, of the Chronicle Extra, containing a full report of the execution of Webb and Berry and Honeycutt, un Friday last, and also containing the statements made by each, as furnished by our own report ers. Copies may be had at our counter, or they will be sent by mail. Price 5 cents. PENCILETTES. Greene county turns out pretty well only 2,783 dogs. Mr. Geo. L. Tucker, of Rhea county, hays rain or no rain he's bound ...

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. — 18 August 1875

G iiitoibillc SHccklj) MhQ nnU roniclc: $Ictmcstan, August 18, 1873. W$ S (hromrfe. Knoxvlllp Wlilir litllUli-.1 IS9. Unoivlllol lironK-lH t-.l'llltlil 170. WEDNESDAY, AVM Kl, ls7i. Gen. W. It. Hate Is the Memphis Ldflcr'a first choice for United States Senator.- Isham G. Harris is its second choice. Information from a high source at the Stale capital places Chancellor D. M. Key, of Chxttniiooga, ns fore most in tho (Senatorial race. Alubuinii bus gone largely Dem oerutle, unit, us a nuturul sequence, I lie grasshoppers have made their appear ance. Kentucky tuny loo i out. A difficulty came near taking at Roekwood, on Monday, between one of the officers and a lute employee Pistols wore drawn, but friends inter fered and quiet was restored. From our d is put dies this niom ing it looks liki- i air Ann'i:nii fiii nd- who have Ukeii joMtions in tbe Egy Han Armv will Iimvh it t'luii b exer cise ilieir knowledge and skill in Mili tary matters Judge Tuft, of Ohio, one of the purest and ab...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 18 August 1875

,inoroillc a'lcchln (ttlbicj ant) Chronicle: (ftUimcsto, August IS, 1875. PENCILETTES. There will 1b a prmi'l barbpriit and railroad im-pting at Murphy, North C'Hroliim, on Beptt'inlier -d. The hwppt water F,n(rrprinc nvft Mr. Kintipy Walker.of Fork Creek Valley, raised 300 bunhela of wheat from VI acres of Kruutid, Wm. (J. Smith, of Knane county, was bitten by a copperhead tmake the other day. A iuart of whiky ami other remedies cured him. It U caid that Rev. Mr. (.'risKiiianV ease will be investigated " the IStli innt., at f 'iiarlestoii, and will probably bo conducted privately before the l'res bytery. And now Morristown wants a mili tary company. We don't nee any rea son for them not having one since Chattanooga succeeded -In netting lifiy men together. Chattanoopa Is about to organize two turnpike companies to build two mac adamized roads one on the llostsville road to the (lenrgiii State-Line, and one to the Jilowiti;; Spring road to the Georgia line. Mr. Jas 15ean, of the 1 1...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 18 August 1875

jAnojbillc Mlccliln cuilbicf ana (kjjronick: ftfllrtmts&aji, ujgust 18, Qro. Onnchtdrd from Firtt Parjc.) abruptly, giving a splendid view o the spectator". The structure ' rough eotixistlngof h perpendicular pole, with a top pie -e extending, mi which was t tie rope, already knotted, deprived of every vodlee pertaining in orna mental, and looked ti'illtlcd Tr 1 lie task for which It wn cnn-tru.-ud t uk i ii the life of line who Imre, in face and turm. the semblance of mini. TIIK SI'KCTATOKS. Fully 6.000 people were prenent the hills on either Hide of the gallows were crowded, and tlie school house the only structure neni- had frees in every window. BKKVICIIS. Rev. Mr. Crutehfleld Mad tlie 15th lValm, and gave out a hymn, asking nil tojoin in singing, hut few comply ing w ith the remiest. l'ruver wax of fered hy tlie Kev. T. P. Kusor, the prisoner kneelig (luring the time. Hev. Mr. CrutcbtU'ld took for hi t.-xt : -7th verse, and 9th chapter of Paul's Letter to the Hebrews, and n...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 25 August 1875

VOL XXXV T I NO. S3. KNOXVILLE, TENN. : WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 25, 1875. WHOLE NO 1801 TELEGRAPHIC SUMMARY. DOMESTIC. I'lilLADKLrui, Aug, 17. A well known wealthy married man named John Kates was before the Magistrate to-day charged with s fiendish assault on Mist I'ombcrton, It appears that Kates seduced her when she was about 15 years old. She claim, that be has held her in a life of sin and slavery ever since. Recently she attended a pic nic without his permission, and when sho returned be charged her with Infidelity, knocked hor down, beat her in a brutal manner, and then tore her clothes off her perion, and after pouring burning fluid all over her set fire to ber and ndeavored to burn her alive. The interference of some of the people in the houso prevented t ho consummation of his wicked design. On Friday evening last bs whipped her in the most brutal manner, and swore bo would disfigure her so that she would never be able to go out. Groat effort was made by interested parties to ke...

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. — 25 August 1875

nobillc SMtthlii l)ig anb omtle: E&ctastan, August 25, 1875. iJ (Ifjironhh. KaoTlll Whl Ftnlllt l 1H3. Kaoxtlllr Hroiilrlr Kliililihpl IH70. WEDNESDAY, Al'O. 5. lS7.r. JFUCII) AND FAHM. Fall Sowing of Grasses. Farmers, lo not forgot to sow grasses the Utter pnrt of summer or early in tho fall. We speak of it now that you may make your plans in time and be sure to have your preparations completed when the .sen ton arrives for putting the seed in the ground. August and September are the best months for this purpose, and all such forage plants as timothy, blue grass, orch ard griws, clover, and, indeed, all the per ennials, do better when sown then than at any other period of the year. They get n good growth before front and may be cut next spring, but if sown in the spring a whole year must elapse before they can be cut. Besides, fall-sown grasses are so ad vanced and woll-rooted by tho succeeding hotseasnn that they will stand it better than if they hud boon sown only a few month...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 25 August 1875

Sfootbillc tfttcchln ttftlbicj an& chronicle: Mlctmcstian, August 1873 RELIGIOUS. Knoxvillr lllatrlrt i'onirrpiirr. Thin body of minister arid laymen convened ut tli! M. K. Chun-h, on Middle Creek, in (Sevier county, on Wednesday, August lll.h, Elder J. J. Msiiktr, of Knox vjllo, renl(llitr. The entire diHtriet whs well repre Heuted, and an umi.-uiil Intereft inani featetl both by tlie member of tlit Conference nnd the many citizen present. The Urst three iliyn were oiicupled In readini; utmiy, txaniination of character, discum-iona and critlelHnix. Among tlm vlnitorw of note we haw Rev. K. Q. Fuller, D.I) , of Atlanta, and Rev. N. U. Tayl.-r, D.D., of I'pper Kast TeunesHfe. On Friday, at 11 o'clock A. M. Dr. Taylor preached to a large and uttentive audience from 1 hi Cor. 10:12(1 "The last enemy that atiall be destroyed i death." Dr. Taylor, in bid UHiial felL'llous manner, described the enemies of tlie human aoul as wry uumerou; and as the text de clared the lust enemy should ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 25 August 1875

JlnoibUlc cllcckln ilttlbig ana Cbronitlc : ftttrtmcsoaii. August 2, 1 Knnxvlilo nni tlll1iel 1h:1. Hnovlllf lirlrl fr,.twlllMhrft 170. PCBLISHID ST THE WHIG AND CHRONICLE COMPANY. WJIf. G. BROWXLOW, lrineipal Editor WM.RVLE, 3hMiivt Editor. TF.KMS OF HnWC'BIPTIOSI. On enpf ,nn rr I '! on On ooy. si months 1 " To ooines. n year l' Twenty cnpifr. one ?t ........ - V "wTTDXFv-snAY, AIM 25, 1875. SHALL WE HAVE A NATIONAL since those notes were put forth Mr. OH A STATE CUKKKXCY ? Pendleton has endeavored to deprc We trust our Democratic cotcmno- ciatc them, by creating distrust as to I . .1.. . 1 S A A raries in Tennessee, who nro now 1C 01 lne government, to re- .l.mnrnm in.i wimml Imnkq deem them. In 1C7, he started out j,....Jv , and whnafew venrsaffowcrcdenonn- spccunu.iv rcpu.uauun ring the Legal Tender act as unconsti- 8dicmc which c(lusci1 him to 1)0 ..... i ...iii i. fu... styled "Youim Greenbacks." Now oomA Hnimro nut. like men. and tell what they favor now. We know that IIilvl...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 25 August 1875

JkorbUlc (Slcckln cftibicj :mfc Cbromtlc: ffMrtmcsbaij, ugust 1873 Vhh & (phrenic fa. HVKVIHKS 'OrlK.H I ma Chrosicm mulled fre to an? auiires on fippn i.ii. Knlrl of lTfirtlnltiK In Weekly. Tea lints, or lose, solid, to constitute1 a sq tiara. i .i s X 1 a. ! a Iviuiir..: HM !W AO If SO fit oo lift (in JXIIMra 3 00' nO on" III f l t 27 Wl 4 ."VI1 00 11 Wl H Wli 1 fiO 37 fll 4 -guitres .Mt u oo; 14 of Ik oo: uo tic. i on 7 50 14 001 10 5 28 OOl W Vi f K) I PENCILETTES. Chattanooga boasts n very well dis ciplined tire company. Graders at work in San Francisco, August 11, unearthed a keg contain ing gold, in scales ami nuggets, in value variously estimated at from $31), OilU to fSO.OOtl. J. Schidt, while in a state of intoxi cation in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, ou the lltb, cut his wife's throut with a cheese knife, and then broke her arm witit the handle of the kuife. Her wounds are considered dangerous. Schidt ha:i just returned from tier many, and has always borne a good chara...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 25 August 1875

jjAnoimllf iicircMii ctllhig ;mo chronicle: Mctmcsftaji, August 18 fhig S (fjhr oniric. Knomvlllo WIHv '.tnlllliil isn't, linox vllln lironli lr KolibllNln ISTO. WEDNESDAY, AV :!", 17". We report to-day a brutish out rage mi a defenceless colored woman ly some while men. If the color was reversed, we suppose we should have some chivalrous young men mobbing the perpetrator. An ex-Confederate soldier said ou the ctreet yesterday, that when a man had done him any wrong, he had the courage to face him and light It out, hut he never would join a mob and take advantage of an unprotected man. That is the hardest hit at mob violence we have ever seen. A par ijiraph is going the rounds in the papers ii"v to the cU'ect thai cx President Johnson was buried with a large Hag furnished by Major S. Ham bright, for his winding sheet. This is a mistake. M:'j. Hanibright sent his Hag to Greeneviile for that purpose but it whs too large for its Intended use. The ll:ig In which he was buried was a lian...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 25 August 1875

llnovbiilc Olcchln i&lbig antr Chronicle : ci!lctousfc:;!, August 1875. PENCILETTES. JefTiixiii county aweswos dKS lo the amount of $2,043; poll, $3,1MG. Wliy in a Hldf Badille like a four quart "jiitf '.' Uft'aiiRe it IioUh a t5ll ti 11. In reporting a hanging match, a Nevada paper always tu-ails It, "The Latest Nouse." " $5 canines " is what the Joneshoro' Herald and Tribune calls ;tbe dogs of tbe female persuasion. The 17th District of Greene county contains 108 landholders, 1M0 voters and '22d dugs. How's this for high ? American. Oreeiieville Fair comes off Septem l er loth, Kith and 17th ; Jonesuoro', Heptember i!8d, 24ih and 2-"th Bri-tol Border, Heptember 28th, U'Jth aid 3l)th. The Journal says that Frof. Pres nell, of Washington county, proposes to organize a Normal School, for the training of teachers for the public schorls. The Loudon Times, last week, said that Dr. M. M. Thompson, a promi nent and successful physician of the county, has been takeu to ttie asylum for ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 25 August 1875

ViUGiuillc iiclcchln Ocilhig ant) j)romclc : (lOlctmcs&an, August iS, 1873. i ijimy Ls-wtor jirixiTi mjuanBteeJNVjKtm nOME CIRCLli. i niioit.ii Muiir in i. iuii r. l.i-ad kindly hi-hl, aiiii.l t: . :reling gloom, l.olid '1 ll"U l:,o en ' Th" night is darn, n'rl I i n fir from home I.oad Thou mi' ori ! Keep 'I'lion my feet ; I do ""' llk "" Tin-ilistunt scene-one .-ten enough Tor mo. I 1 mis tint cvit llm-, nor pray'd that Thou i Shoul.i-t lead nic o:i. ' I loved to cli" ntnl i"''' my path, but ni'w I Load Thoii me n I I I loved t!ic eari-h day, Hri'l spite of 'curs, l'r'uli; ruli'il my will: remember not pa-t years. 1 S i long Thy power Imtli lili's'i' 1 me, sun? it still Will lead mo on ; tl er mocir and fen, o'er crag and torrent till Tho night is none ; And with the morn those angel fares Mniie Which I have loved long since nnd l"t awhile. The "Jury-System." At a recent trial in Mas-ael,i;-etts of Mr. Samuel I'.owlos. tor daiiia--,rmg the character i.OIi Willi- 1'helps in "Th...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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