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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 17 March 1875

-Mr" v.... -w" . k 3noibUlt'.ffi!lcthIi;5aifeig,:ma Chronicle: Wlcimcstan, BT:irti 17, 1873. Knot till Whlir lHhlhrl mi. hniii vMlo (-tronlrlo rl ttlillshfrt IS70. ' 'he ( hkonh L( ninilxl Ira to nj Kl.lrti Units ol 1 vn Using In Weekly. Tsn ttni-tt. r l-tn. u.li'i. m nutiBtituU) ft fqutirs. S t i . ' n i ai ..' f J vi' li mi nvrl ft r fii m t : 3 mi Mi M Mi in t if id .im n mi s i .M. U INI II .M 1.1 .(.n 'l fsl M7 1 -itnirs l-.IUKrt ; 4 ft IV. I' 4 Ml 2 Nl 37 Ml iviuarns' ft .Mi 11 or U in"! H mi si) im' 4'i 01 fIimnx.1 7 fni 14 (m H1 mi l vl f" Ml PEMCILETTES. Fine cattle continue to nriive daily for shipment. Quite a herd arrived Friday. lied used on h rallrond slgnlfie dan ger, and says stop. It Is the name tiling displayed on u inau'B nose. The boy who was sent after a quart of milk, hut spilled nearly u pint, foul cd the old folks, hy visiting nspriug on First Cierk before BoiiiR home. A Cleveland luan puts waste paper limp inn irnrin, isi nn lit uiHKn tut-in weigh all that w...

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. — 17 March 1875

jftnortrillr gdUrhlg &lbig anb flfrtonir.t ; SBetmrstap, Iflarrjj 17, 1875. fhig & (hrmmk. Manx Till Wtli I .InblWheri Sf. ianxllf hntiilrlr t ulabllohrtl IN70. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, 1873. The bill which passed tlie Lower House of the Tennessee Legislature yesterday, reducing jailors' fees, had previously passed the Senate, and will become a law, if signed by the Gov ernor. It reduces the fees about one third below present rates. Tun defeat of the resolution offered in the Tennessee Legislature to hold on until the 23th of April, is one of the few acts of that Wly that will be universally endorsed. A resolution to adjourn sinf dif immediately would command general approval, and would be. accepted as a relief measure. - - - - . I . . amiino me new ;senaior.s sworn in .it the Executive Session on the 3tli were live ex-Lonie.ierates. these were Mr. Caperton, of West Vir ginia; Mr. Coekrell. of Missouri; Mr. Jones, of Florida ; Mr. Maxey, of Texas, and Mr. Withers, of Vir ginia. ...

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. — 17 March 1875

Jinorbillc ftlccliln MtyQ an (Chronicle : &tctmtsi)an, gtanb 17, 187. 7 PrarllrMrn. The most profitable and reliable bus-ini-ss ties mlvertine. AtlieiiH nhipped about 120 livml of beef rattle (South litwl week. Clnirlett Kinf, nf Mi'Mlnn county, lot -0 beiul ul tine nlieei by the fresti ft. T. L FiimpM'h ilHimliler whs drowned in B blanch nf Sewee, MeMillll C'lllll tv, hint week. A lv.'rilenieut. is like; H hill of fare nt a imiel one tloes not kunw how many thlni;t one is In need of Until lie re.ids it over. In tearing down mi old house in ShieldMown, u (jenl eiimii found a rut'a newt untile out ol L'uited Slates fractional currency. There were pieces of fifty renin aud Hinaller miles. The Sweetwater KnO rprinf. nay: W. U. Upton lost fifty liead of eatile on Koss' Iflniul, and Lalhnore'tt 5N) luishelu of corn. Jl figure; up the loss of Monroe county, ly the recent Hood, at2.)0,(MlO. Said a Missouri preacher: "There's a powerful sight of iKKhiiK hack thar in the corner, and It's...

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. — 17 March 1875

V a Whh & (fihronith. Knoxrille Whig Established 1839. Knoxvilld Chronicle Eilabliibed 1870. HOME CIRCLE. lli:sTIOM(14 Oh! love, who lovcst me, Would I be dear to tliee ; Or would'st Ihou bo Coy If I wax a begger maid, and thou a beggar boy? Would'st then still call mo fair 7 Still smooth and kiss my hair ; Cnllingitbriifhtas the tun. If all my wealth was gone and thou thy- self, had'st none ? Would my lipatwo rubies be, .lewols the Gods gave to theo '! "Would'st thou not cast them away If I whs n beggar maid asking a kits to day ? Would my smiles be sweet as wine ? Hound tliee could my love twine If, trusting my hi art to thoe Houses nnd bind I should give, a bctr.'ur maid to be '.' Do'st thou love thus well '.' L ' I will h'ivo you a kiss to know. Tou rogue ; this w:is c leverly dono ; You have taken full twenty I promised vou only one. Altua. on. nt siioi i.n rtn: M'liur r HUKI tl. hi I'ltol It" P." WIU.IAM KV.iX. O. why 'n m''J ih f I'irit of niorial be prnutl .' Lit-e i (ii...

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. — 24 March 1875

ymtfMt lllat liitMt r vol xxxvi-xo. TENNESSEE LEGISLATURE. perlnl to Knox. Ill (bntnlrle. Nasiivim., March 10, 187.V Special to Ihe Knoxvplot "hr. niole. A resolution dir-cting the Comptroller lo refund to John Overton. Oen N B. Forrest and other eleven thousand d..l lars owing Jit them to Northern creditor at the beginning of th late war, and paid into the bUte Treasury in obedience ti hd act of the Legislature, was rejected benate bill to lax Railroads pa-sd nn its third rending. Senate resolution to adjourn sine die next Wednea.iry was adopted. House bill appropriating $30,000 for ihe bcncBi of the State Si huol for tlio Ulind, passed third reading. HOI'S It. IIou'C bill fixing latco' taxational t ty-five cents on the hundr. d dollars, rejected. niers ana itm-sti presented a proles! against the law f. rbidding ihe sale 01 wine and beer on lie nbbiuh dy. The committee, appoint I to investigate Dsrgos ngauisl the Shelby coun y ileleg-. lion, win ottor to rn rrow a rcsoiu iuu de- nu...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 24 March 1875

f $ hromth. KaniTlilr Whl llllheil mr9. s.xvllp hmnlrli' .lnlithrl IsTO. "WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4. 1875." KIKhO AM) KAIOI. Kbe-lts-rlnaT NRnnrr, The utitlior vl " 'lii-stcr Comity Noti's," in tlif Country (ientb moil, tlisi-ussi-s tin question as follows : " Mudi lias Ihtii written of the roin nir;itivt) value of milium fnm llnilrr the liiirn mid tliiit from the open yard. Many farmers will ti ll ns that liny can sec to a furrow where the inamiiv from undrr a fclicd was out. and that one load of it U worth two from the open yard. I do not deny it. lint mint claim Unit, this tlitVoi nee i.- not all due to shelter. The ma nure from the stahle is alw ays thrown un der the ham. ami i better than that formed in the open yard, not only be came more "rain i fed in tin- stable, lint alto beeause it eonlaius less straw and no eornsulihles. In many cae the manure in the open yard is washed by rain water from the roof, which U allowed to run on" and take with it the strength of the inannre. If othe...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 24 March 1875

'f- Snoibillt SMcthlfi Mbicj an Chronicle: c&lrtmcsDaB, Parcb 2ft, 18 a. 4 T THE TILTON-BEECHER TRIAL A Wlfnm With AprrnlMilvc Tnm Manoii liTfii f llrrphvr, Ac. Nkw Yhhk, Mnrch IS. l'lm Brouk Jyn City Cuuri-room pi twilled a cold audclirerlfBn n-pert thin tnorning, lull notwItliBtaiidiug Hit iliimput-rti of the weather many Indies were present. Mr. Heeotier and hi wife citine into the court acomnpauied by Jaokaou Hohultz. Mr. Tilton nut aw usual with liia lawyers, but ex-Juilue Kullertou't) teat wrm htill vacant. Mrs. Tillon and her friends did not put iti au appear ance. A SPKCULATIVK FKIBND OF HBKCIIKK John W. llarmau tentifled thut he was a pre at admirer of Iteecher ; that Til ton had related to hiin the circum stances of his discharge from the Brooklyn Union, and repeated the Charge that Heecher had made dishon orable proposal to liis wife on ceveral occasions. Til ton also read liis " True Btory " to him. He never made any charge against bis wife, hut always against Heeche...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 24 March 1875

lirurbillc jolrchln vJclhtg and Chronicle : ftlcimcsSajif B)avt(j Hi, 1873. (Qhrcmrlc. Kanxvllle Whlv futal.ll-lioil ls:i. 4noille hroiitrlff t,litlh-it IMTO. PUBLISHED BY Til K WHIG AND CHRONICLE COMPANY. VM. (i. EUOWXLOW, r,w,, EJUvr. H'M. RULE, Maruigina J-aIUot. TF.R.KM OP MlltftCRIPTlO!. inxlj,un yr,... 12 Oi On coy. ix month 100 To sopioi. nn yr 1ft n" Twenty npiM. on jeur ' 00 WEDNESDAY, MARCH 84, 1875. PKOSPKCTU or TBI DAILY CHRONICLE AND TUB Weekly Whig and Chronicle. DAILY. One year six months. Que mouth.. J8 00 4 0U WKEKLY. One copy one year $ 2 00 Onecnpy fix mouths 1 (K) Ten copies one year 17 5'J Twenty copies 3'J 00 .-enator ltrnwnlow will have control of tlie editorial columns, which, iu view of his long experience and re- eoguizsd journalistic ability, is asuf- .ficitiit tuaiautee that the Wmo and CiiKdMiXK w ill be a lively journal. The terms above given will be rigid ly adhered to, and payment will inva riably If re'iuired in advance. Remittances may he made by dr...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 24 March 1875

Snoibille Mtilxk ftttbig an tfferomt : Mrtitcstan, Xarclj Si, 1875. $f? ? (ffjironhh. Knonvllln Whl( I itnlllli l Itnnmvlllr hrnnlrle t.lllihf-l ISTO. NPr.CINF.N COPIr'.N 1' tha Chh(imm.i mulled frre to uny a-lre OD ftPlMI' ale i.. Rain of rtwerilKliiK lu Wrrkly. Tim lines, or Imp, mtid. to constitute a square. j" i I i h - a b 9 I l,ur.. $1 Ml t V SO M 50 .)00 $1SO 2 5iuare 8 00 Ml l) 10 So 16 MM 27 00 SSquarafl 4 SO Oft1 M M 14 Ml IB W S7 (II 4Sqarwi SMI 1100 14 (li 00 30 001 4S 00 5-knwrMi 7 ill 14 O0 lo 5 28 00 W SO 65 VI I I I PENCILETTES. THE HEAVY RAINS. Tli( 'aIItoaI and ihr Rlvfi. pee A word to the wise, don't forget to advertise. It sometimes happens thitt men of the most means are also ti.e meanest of men. Said Pat : "Faix, where wud ye find a modern house that haslashted as long as the ancient ?" An Indiscreet person Is like an un- sealed letter, which every one may read, but which is seldom worth, read in p. "There! that explains wliere my clothesline went to!" exclaime...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 24 March 1875

Uuorbillf cfltcchlp WiViq anil ijjronule : (Slcimcsuan, Warty 24, 1875. Knnxvillft Whir I ! nhllhrt lllt. HbiiivMIh brnnli'lp tXnhltahvil IM70. VEDXESDAY, MARCH 21, 17.. We have probably heard about the last of Pinchback, unless ho should bo elected again to the Senate, which is lint unlikely. They failed to cay anything about the "Torbett Issues" in the Demo cratic caucus at the State Capital on Tuesday evening. - - - - - - - The Insane Asylum on Capitol Hill. Nashville, will be vacated Wed nesday next. Hut we will shed no tears. We couldn't if we would. a Senatok Ani'kkw. Jonox con cluded not to overwhelm Pinchback with the Constitution and the llag with thirty-eight stars '-on to" it As ' Davy Ckockkts," ex-Con-gressinan Crutchfield and Represent atire Spears, of Siquatchcc and five other counties, arc not a sncecss. Steaks has accepted n ' i n deration " from A. J,, and acknowle iges the corn. Union and American. What kind of " corn " Lincoln or Robertson count v? Pim uiiack is ...

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. — 24 March 1875

. Jhioibillc (Wlcckln $lbig ant) (Hljronidc : ($UimcsiKin, IJlarth 21, 1875. PENCliTTES. Iwnevllle A'. inl Union : Tlie niteiH of (In- M Church have ily rui--l 2 in Iiy Mih-crifitlolm, i- tlie iir ime of Hiding cliurch. M Unit Mr. John Wc rKri'i to 11 cC'ail, a liimlilv lilt'trtl litlZl'll Of iruly t'ooil iiiKii. ih cuititv. am ed Wi'diifMlus iglit, after a brief KlnKKloii J-'if Tcnnrtaecun : We am (Ik- tircMMi iver Mail Coufrac- r, me Ijdw tit tlitir conlni I5ro. Imve Bold tK'tlier with the Allien!! Brothers Kckel tiOHt, to I Jriuu anil Hob , who will lu the ail. ulurc carry the On I nurndav l PerjHioH Airi-iit of his city lu ad i- (ynient to MrM. Surah lentlerou, of Ulevelanil, linitllr.v ounty, amiiunf'K to "". Iieiiitf piibIi ii for lies I and rive vhilttreii roni St-iiU-mlitf-lst, lhC3, I he dale of lie ileal li of i)aliuuuljil, up toMarcli ID, l7o. I A Knox villi toy, evidently of the pinion that was born to he a livrifr some tjy, has been iracliciiig tryiiiK tli Iiaiik'tnun k...

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. — 24 March 1875

rt..' '" T naum Jlnoibillc (Iiilcchln HOME CIRCLE. For the Whig and Chronicle.) WHAT DID ir DIF.A.NT BY MU3 A. L- Iml'UB. As ravi.) Ilolloway ami hi one-inn writ dnwn toa-cilii-r in the nothing waters, the YlJ.l,l,lu ,luw ila last sitrmil. wild" ... , " Ay it mean ? that It T. I1U1 U i. strange, last of Pinchbaek,-, with iu death-like wail, bo elected nnill to thtand waters remote, .... i , , is not unlikely. enea K10 -work o'er. Tiiet failed to Pay anything more the "Torbctt Issues" in the De.nigh, cratic caucus at the State Capital oie Tuesday evening. - estate - The Insane Asylum on Capitol Hill. Nashville, will be vacated Wed nesday next. But we will shed no tears. We couldn't if we would. Senator Axpuew Joii'ox con cluded not to overwhelm I'inehback with the Constitution and the (lag with thirty-eight stars "on to" it. As "Davy Crockets," ix-Con-gressnian Crutthficld and Keprcsent ativo Spears, of .Ssquatcuec and five other counties, arc not a snccess. Spearm has accepted a " c...

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 April 1875

xrr: ytnorbillc Wuhin ffllbig anb,omclc : ftVtclmtsimn, gpril 7, 1875. THE TILTON-BEECIIER TRIAL Mnt. M.nliwn Imiimon Impettrhril .The Brooklyn upeolsl to the Clnoln natl Commercial nay of tb rvltlefir udiicetl 011 the 29th : Th object of ft ureiit i.rt of Ihc week's nvliltfiiiw wan in hrt-ak down Tllton! moral rhfttnt-ler, trxlenlroy IiIh veracity a iiinii ami a witness, hiiiI (o oDntradii't all the m-t'nilnl featurt'8 of bin Iwlltuiniy. Out) if tlii ol jcciH kept Id view to-day wait to undermine TUB RELIABILITY OF MKfl. MnULToN And to allow lhat tier evidence could noi iiocHitny ne correct. I here were twelvn wlineH'eH In the elialr to-day. It i worth wh llti to nay they all he lone to the ordinary run of humanity. Not one of tbem all wax remarkable for Intellect, or hair, or brilliancy, or features, or humor, or career. I here wag not an editor, or a poet, or a wo man, or any other kind of queer char acter : among tliem. Two or three were merchanU, two or three farm ere, two or t...

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. — 7 April 1875

6 HOME CIRCLE. HEAD DATA. Our iiimmen are but burial places, where We lay to rest the sweet day as they die Sofloning thoir outlino with love'i rose tnnry, And memory'l lavender, nd nil of rare Tokuns to keep them fair. Our winter'! are tho vault wh.no ice fringed cells, Shut in still other coffined days, fur whom, 'When born and left amid thoir froaon loom, White surplicod flakes (in place of 1 illy bells) Tinkle thoir muffled knetls. We bury them, and sigh, with bowing head, Submissive else; Ibe lendor days must go ; For they are earthly-born, and perish so; Yet by what augury hath any said That they are wholly dead? The short-child meted grave o'er which we yearn Even yet the empty bird's nest filled with snows The I ec floss bough the spring that comes ana goes Teach resurrection lessons, each in turn, - Which we are quirk to learn. Our days dio thus; and wo their lives withdrawn Like other mourners, fail of faith's con trol. Forgetful that each memory is the soul VI a dead day,...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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