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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 15 September 1875

ilnoibillc eoUcliln ctllhi anti bnmiclc: c!elct)acsl5an, September 1, 1873 5 jp 1' hwtirh. f 'he Criiokich mailed free to any addre Rate of xtverltatna-In Weekly. Ten linci. or leu, folid. to eonitltute a square. t S H a jlJJL 1 Square..1 2 3iuaret' t-quarei 5S(4Uaree (I 601 (1 50. BO 50 10 5(1 H .VI IK on 28 00 oo 15 no Id Nil 27 00 a SO 37 Ml SO 00 1 45 0(1 .W 50 55 50 3 (XI 4 M Ml H UU: H SO II 50 14 IK lb 5 6 Ml 7 50 11 00 14 Ou PENGILETTES. In some portions of Greene couuty tbe bog cholera rages. Several new Oranges have beeu organized iu Sullivan county lately. At a revival of religiou In tbe 1st District of Polk county, thirty odd perfessious are reported. A pout ij dice has beeu established at Culhouu, McMiuu couuty, aud Dr. W. N. Hoge appointed postmaster. A Sullivan county tuau killed seven ty snakes in one day last week, and it wasn't much of a ilay lor snake kill ing either. Au unusually Interesting meeting is in progress lit Chestua Baptist Church, Monroe county. A numb...

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. — 15 September 1875

j:noibillc Mcchln calbig anD 2L()ronic(c : Mctmesomi, cplcmbcr 15, 16a 11 d? (jjshrpmrk. Knnxvillc Winu rlnhllhf-l IH.llt. UiiOltlllr) llHMilrln .lnllllli'U 170. WEDNESDAY, HEFT. 13, 1S75. The appointment of T. V. Karris as a tutor in the Preparatory Depart men t of tlie East Tennessee Univer sity, meets with Ketirnil approval. He is a graduate of that Institution, am is a young man of irreproucliable char acter. He has made a most efllelent anil industrious Superintend? lit of Tulilic Instruction in Knox county, and liis place will not li- i-i-ilv sup plied. Your attention, Itrotlier Cliarl- t hi ! An associated pre dispatch from l';ittcri, X-w Jer-cy, says that on lust Sunday " liallols for futiHtitti tional unii'liiliiiciiis, etc., ill New Jer sey, next Tuesday, were circulated at the t'atholic churches in this city to day, w ' i h amend nit'tiis one , t Wi i, ei lit and i level, cri'sse I i.t." Ami what do ymi suppc-e t ' i -v opposed tlie-e uni-mluii'lit- r i ".' !!cau-e tliey ...

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. — 15 September 1875

4V Jlucjcbtllc cchln'S&llrig imb (Cjjronulc: Mcbncsban, September 15, 1875. COWAN, M'CLUNG & COMPANY, Importers and Wholesale Dealers T2ST DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, CLOTHING, :BBripfc9 anon:, jsB:tvjc, HARDWARE AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE, GAY STREET, KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE. UKSIMX'TFULLY INVITE THE ATTENTION OF THE TIJADE TO OUR VEHY LARGE AND WELL. ASSORTED STOCK OF LOT sa M. B. si do. all ji bb. fl; i is- Br ai all 1 XKH" .IDYKUTISK.Mi-XTf. $50 TO $ 1 0.000 11 9 been iv. este 1 in Stock Privileges and p lid 900 PROFIT "U w t-i T'o I" -? lo. k n Wnll t. Font ree. TVMr.rilDWi; .v CO., in ktrs .ii a Urokere, 2 Wall rr't". v piv N -r. Il-(inii mid lrolittl Kiiili,Tinriif " lie 1'iiitul !" ' Cimniitrp !" "On , hiw lovely!" " Wh it ar ' tticy wnri h iVo. Such lire uxclama 'io'.gly tho-H who pe toe Inrtfti elegant New Chr(Mii") p - Ice,. Ihy the Ku,p.jm ami Ameri can Lt p'H.o i'unii-liir p Co. 'J hey wre all. perleet :j ; 'i A-t. .Nn'tr.oiNio re-Ut tbe temptation o buy w:,vi. -intf the Chr-...

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. — 15 September 1875

8 lUiotbillc utlcchl Un nnU &j)roniclc : GttUtmcs&aii, September 15, 1875. MII1I1M R A t.k MOIr, I saw lior Inst nii;lit lit a party ( I he elegant I' irty t Mi'ad's, Aim! hulking reiiiarkiil ' y hearty For i window Co y nil ii in her wevds. Yet I know shu wm sutrerinR sorrow Too dorp lor tho toncu to express, Or why li.tl slip chwn tn liorrow (So imich from the Uiiikiu''' of dress? II r shawl wns ns saM n niphi: Her glovos wore n dark in her shawl: Ami her jewel? thut Hashed in tho light AVero as Mack as a funcriil pull: lior rohe liR'l the lino of the rest (How nicely it tltt-d her shape!) Ami the grief that was heaving her hreast boiled over in billows of crape ! Wluit tears of vicarious woo, Tlmt else misjht have tti 1 1 1 1 lier face. AVero kindly permitte 1 to llow In ripples of ebony lnee ! "While even her fan, in it? piny. Had quite a lu;iibrioii5 senpe. And seeme 1 to l.o waving away The i;lioi of tin? niiel of hope '. Yet rich 11 tin1 rube" of a j s n- ti Wns the t...

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. — 22 September 1875

ami VOL XXXV 1 1 NO. JJG. or it.u,w. I'lM juwuiini """WltgwravHn ANOThER RIVER DISASTER. The Steamer Emory City Destroyed by Fire. ftertnl to ttom Chronicle. I.ot'ro!t, Tkn., Sept. 18, 1875. Tho steamer Emory City, the miy! packet between tliig place bbJ llockwond, was burned nt the confluence of tho Tennessee nnd Clinch rivers, one milo below Kingston, at 4 o'clock this morning. Sho had landed to receive 8 cargo of brick anil lay over for tho night. A fire was kindle! in a stovo by tho deck hands and from tho pipe cf which the tiro originated in the ceiling. Tho hands had retired and tho watch man is. tup- posed to have fallen asleep. The fire hud made considerable progress when discover ed, and every effort was made to save the boat and with partial success. Tho cabin was wholly destroyed as was the mail, but tho hull is uninjured and the machinery only slightly dnuiagod. The loss will reach fully $3,000, but there was not a dollar of insurance on her. Tlicro was only one pas seng...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 22 September 1875

3ttno.tb.llc Mfcckln ttillbici ant) Chronicle: (tfUimcs&an, September 22,1875. WW (i hromth. Kaoxvlllx Uhlc rlHhlthnl ls:lB. Kaoitlllr hroiilrlr ilibllhlMl 1HTO. WEDNESDAY, f EI'T. J, 1S75. FIELD ,VIVI FAllM. Tim GREENEVILLE FAIR. The Attendance on the First Day Larger than Usual. MUST DAY. 6recial Correspondence KnoxriMc Cliroairle Grkenkvillk, iScpt. 15, 1?75. Yoht correspondent I-ft Knoxville od the 2:23 A. M. train this morning, and iu due time foil ml himself nt Oreeneville. After treakfawt at llie Ileeve Hou-e, which, by-tlie-way, is nu excellent hotel, and after looking afier gome other liiiinesc, we at oik-b pMci-eikd to the Fair Grounds, nl'out a half m le distant. It is not necessary fur us to describe tiie grounds nnain, us that has been done once or twice before. They Jmve not been clia'.iged, and but for a little too much dust, would be just as pleasant as ever. THE Hril.MNli Has been re-puiuted, or rather white washed, and preM'iits an attractive Sam. Ke!lr, E. Lin...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 22 September 1875

JituribUIt Suftcthlu iftljjig anfc Cymric : Mc&ncs&ajj, fptembcr 22, 1875 3 North and South A Prophetio View. BY THK LATE BISHOP TAPERS. Andkrsok, 8. C, Feb. 25, 1851. C. IT Du 1'rr, Esq. My Dkar Hrothkr: Upon mv return home yesterday from an extcndita tour of oflk'inf duty I find your letter of January 'Jth, which is now open before me. You now understand why ynt: havo not been hnswered sooner. Th subject matter of your lettr requires careful consideration, mid no mero flrf cap tandum response Wore tho subject just opened to my mind, I would notntiomptto give you a reply without careful tleliberi tion. You are right in suiipnsing Hint these matters have been resting heavily upon my mind Bnd hoart for tho put twenty years. God alono knows how anxiously 1 have re volved them, and tho real suffering 1 have endured in consequence of evil forebodings which in spito of my resolution t-iko pos session of my spirit. In order that I may properly answer you, let mo see if the followi...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 22 September 1875

Jinotbillc Mlcchln Wllbici ;mo,, Chronicle : tftfUiDncsumi, cptcmbrr, S l8i'o,. fhh S (jhromrh. Kanvlll Whiir rlilthort IHIO. ltnoftvlllel hronlrle tslublistlfil 1170, fl'BI.ISIIKD BY THK WHIG AND CHRONICLE COMPANY. WM. O. XnOWXLOW, Principal Kdilor W3f. RULE, Manning Klihr. TIKHHOF KMIM'RIPTION. One ropy, one year t ! f One copy, eix Knnths 1 10 Tea copies, tv year, Is It' Twenty oopiett. one ye.ir 3 "f WEDNESDAY, KEPT. 22, 1S73. The recently elected Episcopal Bishop in Illinois, Bishop White house's successor, has only belonged to that churcli three years. He was for merly a Presbyterian clergyman. The Morning At w of Savannah, Georgia, bus purchased the Daily Ad vc.Ttitt r, anil in the future only a pintle daily paper will lie published in tliut city. Consolidation is the order of the day among new-paper people. Charles Francis Adams has writ ten a litter, ostensibly tor the pur pose of declining a candidacy tor the Presidency that no party ha thought of tendering liiiu, but si-m...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 22 September 1875

linovbillc tuilcchli! iiclbig ant) Cbronitlc,: UtJncstianf'cfitcmbcr. 22, 1873 5 Wkl &r oniric. PF.'IJIF.! '4PIE 1 1 he (.'HkowiuLI mailed fre to any addrei Hilra of advertising In Wrhly. Ten lines, or Ism, solid, to conntltuta a square. ii a PENCILETTES. The sweet potato crop in these purts is bountiful. i lie wanted our pipe just long enough to smoke a drawer to. The total scholastic population of Bradley county Is 3,503 3,082 whites and 61 i colored. We hear It said that the prospects for a successful fair lu Jefferson county, are very Mattering. The scholastic- population of Wash iugtnn county numbers 4.044 while and 615 colored. Total, 5,16'J. Sprlnfleld, Illinois, has two female base-ball clubs, the " Diamond Gar ters" and the ' Lace-Top Stockings.1' The Athens Pout says one of the heaviest rains of the year foil nt the neighboring village of Rieeville last Friday. Mr. I. C. Fowler, of the Bristol AV,ics, is u candidate for Representa tive lu the Virginia Legislature from ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 22 September 1875

llnoibillc Mtfhln Wl$$ ;mt 0ntclt: ftitcDncsoiip, September 522, 18a urn urns i.sv HniKtlllr I lnlll.li.Ml 11 1!!. HnoKtllle) hriimun ..ihI'IIi-il IH7 WEDNESDAY, Kl'T. -J. l-o. The I). .iii dull .c .1 -ni- i It .r Age of yesterday eeiiiui: fi.t i nil over with hlou.i mi l t linmlf r. Tim ( 1 ran kf e xiih- I- s i'Hi hi wii'l S'-iruc a- it June iiiiirnliit . Xone ..f . in I vniiKTii - x- i mocracy that our present depression change- attempted t ii-ii ii -iy i in business is owing to tho want of the O'h iiniiiii Enquirer xryAa.'r ' paper money, lie reiterates the state-Ge-glmn, w.,11,. Hi.. .H.ty organs i"l-l i ment tlio CiiKoxiCLE has rcneatedlv there i A N " llotlllllg il w Vm k "( .oi l In i .1 liek'.llMII IliP." lo i lie (.'inein- nati (i(i:rt'i Hon. furl Si ilnted i li- 14 h, says: 1.1117. HI llVi .1 thi- after noon from Kurrpe. 11" i: tn H'Mk fur 1 1 1 ltepulilii'ti Kays the Mn'resi m' the parly in llini rs at'-, ri in platform, wirilil ii :i .u ir nalinn, ami n '-iil-nui; . . I...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 22 September 1875

llnotbillt . Saihls.fialbig antr (Chronicle: Mcuws&afi, Stptcmkr aa, 1875. COWAN, M'CLUNG & COMPANY, Importers and Wholesale Dealers IIsT DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, CLOTHING, t nBlrJFf49 NUflXWIM, BffTTN, HARDWARE AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE, GAY STREET, KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE. RKSPKCTFULLY INVITE THE ATTENTION OF THE TRADE TO OUR VERY LARGE AND WELL-ASSORTED STOCK OF 1E3T 5& U H sn 32 a. qTL 13 dq. & :ar Jw- hj aH Siteinlor ltt, lTTI. ;t1 ' 1 ' jj . itert J8 ;f6EBS M ''TS-Mimr' 'rww tqragrgarn ,k,mvm-.ElEE?S(" xkh' advkrtiskmknts. $50 TO $10,000 II aa teen invent 1 in&tock Privilegosand paid 900 S "l!w to T)n It," a book on Wall nt.. Pent ree TUMDKILH.ti k Co., liaikera utd Brokers. 2 Vwjl dreer. New York. Ili.MMtit i it l lr)fitntlf Fm ploynif nt ' lie in t:l ul !" ' ChanniriR !" 'Oh. how lovely!" ' What ar-i tbey worth Ac. Such are oiclama lions by thof") who pee the Iara clou ant New Chromos p oduc-d by tbo Kup"pean ami Ameri can I'tiroino Publihirg Oo. They arc all perfe...

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. — 22 September 1875

s imorbillc ffllcchlji fl&lb'uj ant) Chronicle: Mctoicsban, September S2,' 1873. HOME CIHCIA MOTHER-IN-LAW. 1. Jtfollmr-iii-'.HW. My mother-in-law Denrr-t old lady tlint ever 1 kw! Hot linger Ibriiit iitneveiy if: J'iach linger bored by her nunlet i'jc; Ami lor i-verythitnr that iiini-s I t 1 1 mi, 'Ihe comforting murmur: "Told you so.-' Motlirr-iii-l'.v. .M.v tii'tlr.'r-in-liiw llcaro.-t olil women tluit i -vur 1 fan! Moulin? anil muddling-, and stirriug up etrilf. Now wi.h thu liu.-band Mid Lew With til c wilV; IVrendwil snrinjf of a fntnily rare From the day she begun our comforts to share. Mother-in-law. M.v mother-in-law Dearest ob! bidy that ever 1 saw! A ml now she :ivs the is eoirir awav. W hen 1 vodone so much to prolong her stay, 1 pave her n room on tbc topmost Hour, With a banking shutter ami a luckless door; Choked up flip chimney lor her dour sake, And buuirht a cms watch dog to keep ber KWftkr. Could a son do more? SheoouUn t cdmiind it. And yet tbc old woman decl...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 29 September 1875

'JLt 1 ',i i. ,f, ' VOL XXXVI I NO. 2 KNOX VILLE, TENN.: WEDNESDAY. SFATEMBEU 20, 1875. WHOLE NO 1809 IM - - : ; " " : " ' POLITICAL. Republican State Convention in Ma ryland. . Hon. Carl Schurz's Speech At Cincin nati, Ohio. Boston, Sept. 22 Vic President Vt'il ?a refuse to become the candidate for kiovernor of Massachusetts. Ai.nAxr, Sept. '22. The Liberal Stnte CvnTontion nf tlircs hundred delegates his assembled. Ucn. John Coehran whs elect ed permanent chairman. Resolution? were . (Tared and referred endorsing Tilden's ro f jrm measures and reeommonding a party vote for persons who are personally and politically in sympathy with him and the reform measures which ho inaugurated, and also recommended the Liberal Republicans voto tho Democratic tickot. The following is the platform adopted : 7 hero can bo no sound ourrency but coin, or paper convertible into coin on demaud, without a speedy resumption of a spocie basis. B.m.ttmore, Sept. 22. The adjourned meeting of the Republican...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 29 September 1875

Jkojbtllc cStcchln $&lbig aatr Chronicle : Mtttmcstmn, tptcmbcr 29, 1875. fPiff it (hronhh. HMITlllr Whlc Fathlihrt lH. (mill llrwHlrlf t.nlllhKl IS70. WEDNESDAY, 8EPT. 29, 1875. FIKLM yV IN 1 I"AHI. THE JONESBORO' FAIR. Opening of the First Day. JONESnORo', Sept. 22, 1875. Your correspondent left Kuoxville at 2:25 A. M., auil arrived iu Jonesboro' in time to have au excellent breakfast at the Washington House, kept by that piiuce of hotel keeper", t'npt. JanieH Sevier. After breukfa.it jour correspondent prueeded to the Grounds and everything ' lively. THE (fHOl'SDS are -well dilimled, with, a .trove on the nortli Hide. The building being in the center, with a deel'me in every direc tion, enabling any one to khp the opeed ring at every point. The building has beeu difcrilied in the C'HKoMri.Kln the put, and though not in as good shape us the Ureeuevillf lenlding, yet it is large, roomy and convenient. Capt. lloss, the worthy Secretary, was busy taking entries ami t tie Su perin...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 29 September 1875

Jinoibille E&lcchlj) eclbig anb (Cbronitlt: S&cimcstmn, September Qfl, 1875 (ODninucff row Spcond i'nrf; ) THE STOCK DH'AKT J1NT Was liettiT rt'prwnted tlimi it liiw evor been lieretofore, ;ne:llly in horses anil mule. The entrlt of hows are umiMiiilly larpp, ami tin" flock of Hue tireetln ami in kimhI order. Stall Nf. 1 ront-iliH trim Muck liorec, two year ami xlx tnriuth, the jiropirty of A. K. Hurts. Mr. liurU lui two fine unlNin mull No. one lUleeti mont h old uiul t!ie other three liiontliH. lien Keeliler uliows a line .voting buy Thomnn Prleheti hits two pioil horces entered for tho one-fourth and oiip-lmlf mile (lushes. James 1). Curry bus a splendid five months inula entered for the. hel premium. John I). HeevtM liters nil iron pray mare for tbo one fourth daxli. Mr. Kiiitf a nice three year old etallion. JanieH McAlister in exhihitinK a tine etallion poll, over a year oli. B. It. Waddill is striking fur tlie premium for the best Htallion over three years aud under f...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 29 September 1875

Jinortrillc iiOlrchlrp cclhiq mtJ ;bronirit : U&ncso.'m;'! cpttmber aft, fpitf d? (hrcnhlc. Kaovtlle Will Falnbllahoit lStln. Maoavlllel hruulrlc :lallllirl INTO. ri'FI.ISMKI) BV TIIK WHIG AND CHRONICLE COMPANY. JFJf". G. EROWSLOW, Principal EJitur. WM.RVLE, Matuigiag Editor. I OK liniM RIITIOSI. Oncoj,on jrsar 5 2 PO On copv sic smiths, 1 00 TB eopies, one year IS Oil Twenty copies, one yar ....... .....Su w "wEDNESDAYThE Ht7 2?l7lS75. The Pre and Herald says that Carl Hehurz goes to Ohio as the "paid advocate of the Republican party and ticket." That is, he Is " under the do minion of the money power," as it were. Gov. Bill Alleu says "tiled d Dutch are unreliable." The Demo cratic organs and politicians generally Beem to have a poor opinion of the Germane, siuce Carl Schurz has con sented to go to Ohio. They charge him with being a mercenary tool of the foreign boiid-holden. A special dispatch to the Itsiti- more .Sun of Thursday says : " Tlie Comptroller of the currency is o...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 29 September 1875

C 4 g hnmhlv. s !:' in i:n copm'.m ' the Cmrki Li inuiled tree to any ditre I'D Pj ' Hum r xivr-rllslnff la WrthlJ. fen linri. or le. eolid. to conatitnte aquiire. o I- t 2 Z I PENCILETTES. Best rhyme of the season " TiH sweet to wait; bur, oh, how bitter! To wait for a girl, aud then not git'er." When you catch a fellow gathering your peaches at midnight, it is well to preserve whatever good habits he lias in him by shooting a pint of salt iuto his legs. Miss Hauuah II ill has been appoint ed Postmistress of Lookout Mountain, and the oflice is at Mr. Geo. IS. Kuble's house, who bus been appointed Deputy Postpjaster. Mrs. C. H. Gledbill raised some Chi nese sugar cane on her farm, five miles from Chattanooga, which measured sixteen feet and three inches in height. Pretty'good. There are two graded schools lit the 16th civil district one at Thorn Grove and one ut Pleasant J lill.'I here are over one hundred students in attend ance at each school. The Savannah Advertiser and the ytita...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 29 September 1875

jlnoibtltc Mcchln ant) Chronicle : Mctmcsoaj), tpttmbcr 2fl, 18'o gf $ hrcmhk. KnowlHo Whir rlihilahpt Kuoltlllel hruillrln .ltiill-ll IS70. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 2:. is: Brother Charlton want- to buy us over to side w ild a trunk full of The editor of the Age says Jell". Dav; does not f ivnr repudiation, lint then (lint it " bare a-xcrtion of one ( man. ' Adopiing tlio theory of our neighbor, j the J'r'nn ami Ileredd, oinht out of ten of the 1 lemooratic Suite Conventions he'd this y ar, nre under the mi ncy power,'' havine adopt, d resolutions favoring a Bonn ) currency. All the Ropuhtiean Con ventions held during the yeHr hire did the runic thin;. 1) in Piatt, who Inn spent the pust summer i n England, says i hut the working o'hh-'-h of thr country i!o not get heat mni'i-h meat to eat as the commonest toil-r, hi ck or white, in theSouth. ' lie bu oner- nell beef ly theounce und p or penpl cannot nf foril to ltiy a i't 't :tn ia i mast It vim generally supposed that an adjourned term o...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 29 September 1875

Jlnoibillt ESIctklg 'Wl nnb &mmidc: McuTUS&aa, Sfptcmbcr 29, 1875. MJU.iurXySPSsi COWAN, M'CLUNG & COMPANY, Importers and Wholesale Dealers IltsT DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, CLOTHING, :BB4rja?9 nnn9 .nn'o.rnj, HARDWARE AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE, GAY STREET, KNOXVILLE, 1 E::N.1-:SSE. RKsrKCTI-'ULLY INVJTK THE ATTENTION. OK THE TRADE TO OL'R VKRY LARGE AND WELL-ASSORTED STOCK OF IDf zxi H H. zu no. oil "Xr R no. tl n- CI ap ae dEL l!! .:'!(; i' .! 7 ' ' )" .' '--Will jW- ipWIH'ltiiMlrB ill KKW ADVERTISEMENTS $50 TO $10,000 Han been invested in Stock Privileges and paid 900 CENT PROFIT MHnw to Do It," ft book on Wall st. font ree. TUMBKIDUE & CO.. iia- ken nd Broken, 2 Wall Kree, New York. PI... Anil Prafitnbl F.mp loymrnt " Beautiful !" ' Charming: 1" "Ob, how lovely!" "What arrt they worth ?' Vc. fuch nre exclama lions fey thw who see the large elegant New Chromoi p od tired by ihn European and Ameri can t'timmo Publiihing Co. They are all perfect (Jems of A-t. No one can reit ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 29 September 1875

ilnorbillc iMcchln Ibicrnirt bromtle : Mcfcncstwn, September Q9, 1875. s HOME CIRCLE. WAITISti. Oh, Ihe face Unit Mid, htid weary, Turned toward lilu eetting tun, As the golden itr it broken, And it silver wntr-rs run : Courage, courage, wenry watcher, f or tho day is nearly done. h, the footsteps slow and weary. Struggling to the threshold bright. Waiting for the opening portals Of eternal day and niht ! Waiting for the. jrrent Redeemer's Voice across the starless night. Oh, the hands that whit" and trembling. Grasping yet lif-'s lingering ray : Standing 'neath the crimson bante r. Waving ever to the day : Manners that are ever tossing. Where the mighty shadows piny. IJIlifn It. Fiaring in Yo'ivn Folk's Monthly, at the anr of 11 var.. RF.KIMKATIUX. Let nothing make thee sad or fretful Or too forgetful, lie still - Wtt God hnih ordered must I e right : Then find it in thine own delight. His will Why shouldest thou till to-day with sorro' About to-innrrnw, My heart ? One watches all ...

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