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

,0 J' TV VOL XXXV T I NO. '23. KNOXVILLE, TENN. : WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 1, IS75. WHOLE NO 1805 AYRES TRIAL At MaryviUe, Blount County. Ten nessee. Full and Reliable Details of the Pro ceedings. FIRST DAY'S PROCEIXINGS. From the Daily Chronicle Aug. S Knowing the interest felt in the trial of Joseph Ayres, charged with having Instigated John Webb to murder Rich ard Key Holds, we gent a special report er to Maryville Circuit Court, now iu session, who will send us report of the proceedings from day to-Uay. Yesterday morning the case was called, Judge E. T. Hall, presiding, and both sides having auuouuced them selves ready, the trial commenced. A list of the- State's witnesses was pro duced and the names called, 73 in number and all but 14 answered to their names The witnesses for the defense were then called, of whom only 23 out of 07 answered to their names. Col. Baxter, for the defeiiBe, stated that he would probably want some witnesses from Kuoxville who were not on the list, and wo...

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. — 1 September 1875

unorUtllc kthln (LClbirj ant) Cbronulc: (tflctmcsonn, September 1, lB7o. Kwoivlllo Whir hllh.l ih:i. aasMaH lironlrlr l;li.lilllil IH70. WKDN&SDAY, tKFT. 1, 1"75. General Condition of the Crops. Wahhikotoi, Aug;. L'5. The following i. the condition of Inn crop on the tirwt of AneuKl, reported to Ihc leprtniMiit of Ag riculture) : Duiinj; July thorn wtre nn gi nral sn- 1 Hi oris of tho weiither hfl''cting tho crops untavoranly in the JMitorn mid AluMIn 8tatK, including Maryland. Droughts pre waileil cenorally in Micliii;nn, Wisconsin, and Minnesota, also in ihe Smith Atlmitic and Gulf States. In Texas, Alulmma, V'lor. ids and Georgia, they vxtondcl tlin iifrli almoBt every county, ami wer" altnnuVd with intense heat. Louisiana. Mississippi, and South Carolina, report a considerable drought in some section, with mure favor able weather, and excessive ruins in other localities. In North Carolina, Virginia, Arkansas and Nebraska, mi area of excessive rains prevailed, with alternatio...

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. — 1 September 1875

jllnotbillc dOlcchln Mh$ ant (Chronicle: (UUimcsD;ii, September 1, 1875 in m 1 1 iimiimuviuAiut , Jifimpiiai (Continual from Sr.coml Pafe.) pitting what is to be found in Kngland, mado rich toy lier vt dcpoits. or .Nttmlfti, or the pnmcd mountniin nf Missouri, in convenient roach, are vat stores of con! laid up for use in goulojrii'iil Hire Rst, by the forco of tlio saino Renin! inn tlmt now invites you to put forth nil your cnrrKiento utilize its efforts in your service. Nowhero in tho world is to be found such abundance nd variety of mineral deposits. Nuwhcro does bounteous naturo so invitingly per suade man to tax his em-rpies and procure for himself all the blessing of wealth. And let not tho moral if t say that wealth is to bo dospisrd : thut'tnan is so exalted in being as to be superior to its degrading in fluence. It is not degrading nor to be de spited. It ministers to our pleasures, in creases our comforts, multiplies our re sources, commands for uspolitcnl influence and th...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 1 September 1875

r r.kn.iii u hkim yufcl ' m 1 1 uhw - i " n--- r. .j -. t, , , , M1M n M ,, IM , , ....r ... U . W( , M , , - 9Va t I 1 Anobillc aoiahlii ec'lhici ano ctbronuic: (T01ctnuso;vp, September 1, lSVo. "xsaBom C (h ran irk. Knasvlllo Whli RtiblUIpil ls:llt. kaoxtlllet hronlrlfi Ki.f l.llhel HOC PfKMSHlin KT TIIK WHIG AND CHRONICLE COMPANY. WM. G. KROWSLOW, Vrnwipoi Alitor. WM. RULE, Mawujinff Ktihr. ri.Hiis ok mkmkii'tiox. One fHipy.one year 2 00 t'oeoniiy, x months 1 in Ten oonpd, one your lr Ihi Twenty ropien. one yv.tr 3 W WEDNESDAY, KEPT. 1, lSTi. A son of ex-President Van Buren was recently cent to the insane asylum Poughkeepsie, New York. About the most contemptible sight imaginable i an able-bodied young niHli wi'h the seat of din pants worn thread hare, sitting on the curb stone, or leaning against a lump-post, whining ahout hard limes, anil claim ing position in society by virtue of the good name of his living ordead father. If we should have protracted dry weather during Septemb...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 1 September 1875

Jhorbillt (LtiUfhln tftlbig ant) (Chronicle: Mtclmcsbai), September 1, 1873 5 (Conlinitcd from J'irst J'arc.) when I heard the last tlmeof his father lieing alive, and where lie , I told hint that I heard of hi father being tied up at old man Hall' rate, near t?am. I).vi'j and then Mr. Ayres fikt-il me who was there, and 1 told him I heard that Kichtird Iteyiiolds and wmie rehel soldiers were there, Says lie : ''If he had a hand in having in y father killed, 1 will have linn killed." That was the same conversa tion that I spoke of at Hi st. That whs all lie mid liit'ii, hut hit spoke again afterwuds. I was going K" Knoxville. This was alioul the last of August or llrst nf September, llitj. Me told me to look and see if I could tind where his father was buried. I did look, and found the grave, and several of the hones stick ing out. I picked them up and threw them buck in the pen, fastened and stopped t lie holes. When . I got back Ay res asked me if I found his father's grave. 1 tol...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 1 September 1875

6 fP fjmrnirh. Knom vllir- Win l-'inltlllil m:l!. UiioxvllltM'lirimlcl f.tnllHBal ISTO. WEDNESDAY, HEPT. 1, lS7i. Mooily ami Kunki-y propose to lie-in oporutitma in tliU country next month, opening their firt meeting nt SpriiiKlleld, Mii-siii-lmsHti't, where thipy will rally nriuitiil Hum. J?owle. If they nui'CHfil in reform i iij; tilm. their nuccess in America is anMired heymul a (linilit. Tim: Nashville Bonner says : "Say tli Government wonl-i luiy in ainl burn up a lhouanil million ! ! ! urn f thcoo homis ami pay for them in Lrri'cniack hi thit price, (-0 per cent prcnii.ini, ) or even nt 25 per cent, premium, who wotiM he hurt?'- In tho estimation of honest, men, as we view the question, the country wouM he liurt. Itwouhl le reimilisi tion of the basest character. The bonds were issuod, ami the Govern ment contracted to pay interest ami principal in lt li I. Now, to pay in anything else would he a violation of .1 contract, ami would he downright dishonesty. Kx-GovKitxnn and ex-...

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

r V i.norbillc ctflcckln c&lbig ;mb (fcjjromtlc : S&Utmcs&aji, September 1, 1875. Locust-Eating. We road the Bible, tlmt tlio f.d nf John the Baptist wa " locust arid wild hon ey." A great deal of pains has own taken by comrni-ntRturB to provo that it was nut What weoa.ll Idcuatu, but thu fruit of the, wild carou-tr, that John ate with the honey that he found in the wilderness whero ho lived. But 1 do not think that any one who ban trayolod in Arabia, or found rc?t and shel ter in an Arab's tent, and been n Riiet at his hospitable board, would thus judge "I what the Hihlo means by "locust." In Turkey, l'ersia, Arabia, and all that region of country, locusts genuine, bona-tile lo custs liavo been eaten from remote an tiquity, an I to this day, they form an im portant item of tho food used by the com mon people, Tho Hudouins collect them in immonse quantities, and, alter partial drying, pack them in tacks. Then at their convenience, wlion theseaon for collecting is over, t...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 1 September 1875

8 (Condurlrd from Fifth Pugc) iiculty with Matthews, he always treated mo friendly, lit) wm a friendly kind of a man. 1 don't remember of eve bearing Joe Ayres Fpcaking if Kevnolil-, never heard liiin lnnke threats agitinrt K. vnoUis The lii-t time I saw Ayres it was l tin-jail. DTI mu iy 1I WHS to to Imng. 1 WH I. lirst summoned in the spring. 1 w Ayres along nbutit Cuiirt tinii'. Scp'.cmUcr Court I tl)i(ik. lioforo h x mrr.-t, the last time. 1 saw him, it might have been right at my house. I believe 1 was in Knoxvillo just nbotit ton time he whs arrested. 1 have heard John (Jhilils talking iib'iut him tome time last spring. 1 don't know nil he did say. Tivis was in town tight, und that is how the subject c ame up. . The evidence of the cro examination was read to the witness and acknowledged current. JOHN CHUMLEA, Km). I live iii Knox county, and am Justice of tile l'eace. 1 have been acquainted with J. . Matthews lor several years. I don't know his general character right well Ye...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 8 September 1875

(I I 1W J M... - ..sr..'? II 1 VOL XXXVTI-NO. 24. KNOXVILLE, TENN. : WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER S, IS75. FROM NASHVILLE. The Banner and Union and American Consolidated. ftperlal li ihe hroKirlr. Nashvillk, Aug. 31, 11:30 v. m. The two Democratic dailies of this city, the Union and American iin.l Banner, were consolidated 19-dnjr nt one o'clock, after protracted negotiations ei'i-nding over several weeks. Though business is dull, it is understood that was not the im pelling motive; l.ut deliberate business economy nnd extraneous infliieuc;) in be half of political harmony inspired tho con solidation. Economy and contraction bring the order of the day, the Nashville dailies set an example that their Sonihern contemporaries might copy to iheir mutual advantage and profit, and to the actual benefit and convenience of the reading and advertising community, acting upon the principle that fewer and faster presses can not only supply tho demands of the public, but to do so more satisfactorily. Th...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 8 September 1875

iittovbtllc (L&Uchln culbig ant) 'onirlc : tflctuusfcan, September 8, 1873. KmiiIMf Wilier FalnblNhr,! lsillt. Knoxville lirlt-lr r.lnlll.hl IHTO. WKDNESDAY, HKPT. 6, 1S75. x orlf'ti('f In FHrmliir. To the EJiturt of the Chronicle: Wul, yuueiisi'S stes u Imw it wuaix ! I was I'otclird up mi ti-r the fHnn. I ak-r hail ler plow ilmi's I t yullf r Iiuhs yer jist orter Henl 'ini; he jistereep'ii alonn to hIhw iik jr liuil ler tuk site ter tee which way he were 11 ywine! Oce lirile-ej id lunrniu jist niter 11 rain you nose ua how the sleitm hilew up jixt arter h rain when the huh shins out twill put moat eny pursuit oin if umer ter plow in Doo-grimml jist arter a radi. The old lioss it jist make my skin lirile every lime. 1 think hIhiui 'iu 1' lilowin in lion riiiimt. Thinks I, I'll unkeold tSi-l i ulmii k wo ft lit tit: faster ; he's creepin lnnir, think I, I'll rie you ii lieim ! and 1 fotched Mm a kind ol u swiiyo, and the jewlnl leffun! 1 never, in my horn clay, ceed a critter gi...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 8 September 1875

jLlnovoillc -titflcchln cicilbtci ;mt) iLbionicIc : 'IcDacsDan, September 8, 1873 (Continued from Sccanrl I'arr. after pnyliiK 'xlftiiix ciinlmclH (nay $30,(KMi), we Imve ri'iniiliiinn Hsnets to the amount (if five inmilred thnu-aiiil dollars ($."0O,(HKi) to curry on our ork. 'J'lie result Is wliile lt ymr we nniler tcMik a work to cost nmrly a million (lollurg ($1,(K)0,000) Willi H1M-' Blliolllll- itiX to one litiinlrnl find t wenty-elM thuiinmd dollars (llW,0OI) ; this .war we fl ml ourM-lvett supjlieil with live hundred thousand dollars ($.5)0,llK)) to accomplish a work to cost only seven hundred nnd ten thousand dollars (jTlO.OOO). Or In other words, while hist year our means for constructing the road amounted to but 8 per cent, on the es timated cost, this year our means have been so enlarged as to reach 70 percent, of thejeost ; thus making our condi tion nearly nine time better than it was Inst year. Can any one now doubt the final success of our road '.' The proper way in my...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 8 September 1875

Jtnoifaillc Mlcthln (lalbicj ;mo Chronicle: (LtfUDncsonn, September S, l&'o. KnoitlMr Whlc aUthllahril lk:t. KMiillIrl hrmiKIr t.-lnhltnlinl IHTO. Pl'BMKHRn RV TUB WHIG AND CHRONICLE COMPANY. WJf. a. J3R0WSL4W, Principal Editor. WM. RULE, Manning Editor. rr.RMN or rU'BSCKIPTIWN. One ipy.one year ... Oae oopy, six muDthn Ta eopie. one year Twaty copies, one year $ 2 en ... 1 CO 1S (HI 30 (0 WEDNESDAY, SEPT. , 1675. Tlie Ohio Republicans rosy a well "cave." A fellow by the name of U nt 1 1 , who hold a milionlimite po sition on the 8t. Louis E HbVn'(tn, Is going to canvas the tate fur Bill Al len. "Sedge KieM," who reslilfx in " one of the little Lute," anil pay into the city treasury ouch on ImineiiHe amount of taxes, drive a fpau of very fast hornes, ami i a ' nice young man" with a military turn of miiul Joy reigned Mipreuie iu tlie State Capital on Saturday . The Dem ocrats held a convention to nominate a candidate for Mayor. Af: r seventy eight inetl'eetual teilloiH, (he conv...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 8 September 1875

norbil(c cStcchln ctflhiig ;mt dferoniclc : Mtctmestiao, September 8, 1873 f ij & (jfchronitU. KPEC'IMKN COPIF.ft of the Creokici.1 mailed free to an addres od application. i Weekly. Kales of AdTerltslna; li Ten llnei. or leu, solid, to constitute a square. 8rc. I 1 Sqaare.J 2 jquarer 3So.uares t square 5 Squares 1 W; 3 00 4 50 6 50 7 5u o Ml on It OOi 14 OU, Mi 8 5H 11 50 14 Of Id 5 Hi X S s 3 M 50 M 00 !5 00 10 5i IS SO 27 00 14 50 21) 50 37 Ml IX 00 30 00 4f 00 23 00 .WW THE COURTS. Quarterly Court. From the Daily Chronicle Feit. ) The Quarterly Court met at the usual hour, Judge Jno. L. Moses pre siding. The Bridge Committee was contin ued until next term of the Court. The usual routine of business, such as ap pointing administrators, road over seers, etc., being gone llirmiKh with, the Court adjourned till the next reg ular term. RAILROAD MEETING AT MURPHY, NORTH CAROLINA. Criminal 4'onrl. The Criminal Court met at the usual hour yesterday morning, Judge M. L. Hall presidin...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 8 September 1875

inuuiuiii cO'ud.ii. clo Uj in ano Chronicle : cMcimcsonn, September 8, 18o. Klll'illp Willi .stullll.lioil IX PI. Haimlllf ItronK'lM l.-t Uilsl, l liT. WKDNKSDAY, SEP 1 s, l.sT.i. !THK N A - 1 1 V 1 1 , 1 . K Cliv I ION. The IttthoUr. Hi-.vit w itil)Iif lied ill Tdli'ili), Ohio, say: "Tile t t Itol it vot should lie oust solidly for Ilio De inoeriicj' lit llie coming election. It i tlie only I'osxibte lioie to tuenk down tlie school pymem." Our morning co't m iiornry, tlie Prim and Jtera.d, uureen with in in tlouhtiiiir tin- genuineness of the letters purporting to liuve ;ius-ed between Jolm Welili mill Jo!eill Avres. If lint genuine tiny are foruerie mul (lie jiiestion Is, who forged them? California .ye-'eiduy eleoied a governor, lileutenmit-' Jovei-nor, Sec retary of Stte, Comptroller, mul mem hers of Congress ninl the l.tishitiire. The Deiiioer'itic, llepiiDlioini, IVmper kiii'h anil I lllleprllllellt pHilies iiml separate liekets lor Stu'e officers. A few iry hjo the (ireenevil...

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

, "CL..A..- ft lnobillc acUchln feeling an"b j)nmitlc : Mcbncsbun, September ci, 1875. V Jl EAGLE WING PROPELLER. A Triumph n Mechanical Ad! It fi.l i to th form of the Heli.Miiilal Screw, n 'Cfiive pr pellinR titrface forme. 1 dya min of :y oulw.ird ami rearward curves, whi-h not only void -n"!-P'itiil 11 otion, r slip. nl draws the iter in lrom tle circumlereiicp bcl', causing a Compacted Discharge Directly Aft. In Triii'-c'intHsti with the hrt f rn Vtvr nr.' I'rui- Sm v. r h is ?!i 'n a l iTItloit t I U 1 1.. V, riintiii t.- m I' 10 IVr flit. The EA(i!,E WINil raw n tho New York . ' Mmm Yii'.-''f . with an eo" i' or ' 1 rTi trine , ivrr Ki I'HKlil'; MLLh J'Kll U. U M' I'L H 10 rf. Si'EKl : :n t, in .i' ii j.' fo, revolved r m 11 'T ti-.iinr.'' '.n'-f. ui' p.-l 1'ioLS ;i i ' 1 True .orew w t ru ; 7. Owners of Vessels . l'...,., :IT1 tin r, I thev (-1 -i fed w.tii 20 to 25 Per Cent. Less Fuel: tli the hin f n't iln the i:lnve ( ur cor.t 'f hubi-r fpcnl. ITS VSE APPLIES TO Light Dra...

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

Unorbillc Mcchln ftalbicj :mt oniclc: sMcimfsban, September S, 1875. 8 HOME CIRCLE. THE NOXO OF )! KATI. Tho following Bno poem, which Jitack wood't Magazine has pronounced to be the bust lyric of the century, is by George W. Cutter, of Covitgton, Kentucky : Harness mo down with your iron bands, lie sure of your curb and rein, For I scorn the power of your puny hands As a tempest scorns a chain. How 1 laughed as 1 lay concealed from sight For many n counties hour, At the childish boasts of human might, And tliu pride ol human power. When I saw an army upon the land, A navy upon the sens, Creeping along, n snail-like band, Or waiting a wayward breeze: AVhen 1 saw the peasant reel With the toil that he faintly bore, As ho turned nt the tardy wheel, Or toiled at the weary oar I When I measured the panting courser's speed, Tho fliitht of the carrier-dove, As they bore a law the kingdecroed. Or the lines of impatient love, I could but think how the world would feel As theso were outstrip...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 15 September 1875

Witt I ii VOLXXXVTI-NO. S. KNOXVILLE, TENX. : WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 15, 1875. WJLOLE NO ltf7 . SIM i TELEGRAPHIC SUMMARY. DOMESTIC. SAtiATiMiA, Sept. 8 The Itepuhiican Stale Convention was called to order by Hon. E. D. Morgan, who made a brief speech. "We should extend a hand of fellow-hip to our countrymen who were unfortunately led to take up arms ngainsi u. Lot there tie no step backward iu llie return to specie pay ments." 15. Cornell was oloe'.el temp, rury C hair man. A resolution declaring opposition to the third term win referred to ihe eominittee on resolutions. hAKATooA, Sept. 8. (ioorgo Wm. Cur tis was elected permanent chairman. Among the nominations is that of led. V. Seward for Secretary of State. The CommitU-o on Resolutions reported the following platform : 1. The, National Government should re main in the hands of those who sustain guarantees of amended constitution, and in pursuance of the past action of the. l'o pub lican purty and its good results, the weilare of ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 15 September 1875

itnorbillc aatcckln (LClbiig anH A'tjroiuclc : ftfclcDncsban, September 15, 18! CO. IF g &hrtmhh. KMItlllii Willi Mnlliltrl 1W30. Ilaoa.tll lirtiulrlp K-lHhllhrl IHTO. WEDNESDAY, HEPT. 15, 1S75. TnE season is nt hand when our farmers are ireiariiij for sowing their wheat. In these days, when our manufacturing industries are not as flourishing as they have been, we must look to tlie fanners fur relief. They can afford it in the shape of larger crops. The agricultural pro ductions alter all are what add stabil ity to our business. When we have good crops, we prosper. The best thing in the way of prosperity that we could wish for Hast Ti'iines--.c e, is that all her fields illicit be cultivated all her barren places made fertile. If all our land was properly cultivated our productions would be three limps as large, and our wealth correspondingly greater. Now is the time lor the farmers to pp-pare Ir tin hi'Tcas.-d acreage in wheat and we h.-n" they and we r fi.rtuiii,' will tin it....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 15 September 1875

jAnoibil.c Mcchln (LttUjig anD (bromclc : Mlcimcslmn, September 1, 1873 FROM LOUDON COUNTY. "P" ,lie ! Uy'. work before tlicin. Wilb hofikh o( indescribable ln'auly The 1'nlnn lump Nrrtlai-llliiliiitni opening at every Me, three o'clock, 1. l-roIMrl.rlr.fnh.rr,Ar. '. "'"' Mainline Oil tlial liKl'tniiiK Hciirrcil summit, untler a nky FRIDAY', September 3. Ilmt J irom iscil a Klori.itH (.unset. The m ii t-i-i t al r.L i fctillue (bat reiiiiied urounii wan hi- To the Editor, ofthe Chron.de : ,, ,,,,., Tlie hoii-y, Hellve, Tbe"caniper8" moved In (Ills morn- wicked world wan fur below. Truly, ing. The large new Midi in Bernini w were neurer beaveii Ibmi everbi-Improvemeut-a real convenience. I ,V ""l w,-,l,r tbat Cln i-t , ,, ! retired l. the ni.niiitiiiii to pray, have no Idea of It capacity in the A Hllllm.t ,,iy..r,.n, wus held, number 11 will tdifltur. It Is hs l;ii,'e kneeling arcunni Prof. M iu-ik-M'h grave, as any I bave ever Keen. n diMiiiKuiwhed Piesbytermn rleruy- Tbe committee...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 15 September 1875

iinovbtllc uolcchln cdlhict ;mD (Lbrmmir: adUntsu.-u;, September 11, ISVo "- ff,-; T- " -- 1 1 Jill,, Hit 'ih HI Kaosvltle Whlsj tnhlllif1 130. anzlllet'hrnlrle t.Klalillvhril 1170. riBLISHKD tlT TIIK WHIG AND CHRONICLE COMPANY. WM. G. EROWyLOW, lrhi,al Editor. WM. RULE, Mnnatiinq Editor. rr.Rjis of mriwt'KirTios. On eor.y,one vesr I 2 0" One eiy. six tnoDtht 1 Hi Ten copies, one year It en Twenty copies, one year 3' X WEDNESDAY, EPT. 15, 1S75. Democratic papers assert that there is nothing in the Geghan law, passed by the Ohio Legislature, and yet the Cincinnati Enquirer, the lead ing Democratic paper iu the State, re fuses to support Cieghan for re-election to the Legislature. It would be Inter esting to know why, if it is not for his connection with the famous hill of which he i the accredited author. A statement having been made to the etIVct that lien. Joseph E. Johnson has accented the position of 'Commander-in-Chief" in the army of the Khedive of Egypt, at a salary of $100,KM...

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