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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 6 October 1875

H 111 ! P 15- 'i'? AY H VOL XXXVI l-NO. i8. KNOXVILI.Iv. TKNN.: WKONKSDAY. OCTOHKK (5, IS75. WHOLE NO 1 i.'4M M 11 W H TOMTJCAL. Tks Massachusetts Republican Convention. Worcest. Mass.. Sent. 2'... The Ho publican State Convention met hero to-day, I with W. W. Clapp, oi mo isosion journal, presiding. Committees on Organization and Hcsulutiona were appointed. The Vice President, and IVrmaumt Chairman ad dressed the Convention. The following is the platform : The Kepublicaiu ot Massachusetts,, in Convontioned assembled, re-atllrm their al lcgiance to the great purpose and principle'' ot the Republican party. They congratulate themselves that nothing in tlieir record makes it necessary for them to give pledges that they accept and will nbhlo by the set tlement of war issues, made in tho l.sth, Hth and 15th amendments to the Constitu tion of tho United States ; nnd they con grntulato tho country that the Democratic party lias, at last, formally professed to abandon Its long, hitter, des...

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. — 6 October 1875

imotbillc wlcchln Cttlbig ant) 'i'bronitlc: MtcDncsto. (October li, 1873. fpi & ffjiromric. KemxtlllP Whig: Falnhllaheri lkSft. Maoiellle (-liriiiilrlc l-:Ninlllwltl IH70. WEDNESDAY, OCT. C, 1875. FIELD A. TV I) I,Y1M. MONROE COUNTY FAIR. First and Second Days Entries of Fine Stock Racing Pros pects Bright. Special Corre-pomleoce of Whij and Clironijlo., MADISONVILLE, fppt. 2!, li75. You correspondent did not arrive until lute ou tin; first tiny, anil hence can not Rive you a full report. The day was gloomy and raining, and not many people would venture out on the ground. The day whs principally oc cupied in milking entries, of which quite a number were made. The STOCK DEPARTMENT was the only one nittklng much of a show on the first day, and is pretty well represented at present, niucli hot ter than any other department. We found siime as fine stock as we have ever seen and are glad to learn that I much of it will be ou exliibiliuii at the Eastern Division Fair next week. The !e...

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. — 6 October 1875

1 - CARL SCHURZ. I III.Mninr'j kirrrh On Hi" (lliln II-.' iniilitl We wi-li we cuuul (iiiliiisli in full Hie ; txliuiiMivr, liiiniumi, iiiiuiinwcnitile . urgiimi'tit of Kx-Si'imtiir St'ni 1 7. In f.-i-j vol if Mitiminl lioiifHly nml litinl nu tiey at t'lnclminti, Ohln. on I "T 1 1 f fc'epleniU'r. Its r'ti-u ii 1 1( Mini fc h ! are fonviiifinp, and hnni-st men, wlini want In know how to do their duty to their country, kIihuM read every word j of it. Foreigner tlinli lie it. there i are American born Muteynien who can lenrn wisdom from lilm on thectihjeet. i We winli to nelert now from the long I speech, that part of it in which he1 proves how ruinou to the working-i men inflation in. Here in his pictute: j l!nt now look at (lie other fide of the 1 picture. Here N a laboring niu'i who works for wateH. He is honestly t- ine to support himself and his family, and may he he has meceeded in saving i a few hundred dollar, and ileporitid I them in a savings hank. Xow Con-I j:re"S resolves t...

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. — 6 October 1875

m - tuobillc Mcchln iuilbinf nun ChrnnicU : MIc&ncsiv.n, (October ti, -18Vo Hnnvtllir Wlllir n !l lolioc) 11:1(1. klionoii' lir.xilel.- l -l .lllll. il IS70. WHIG AND CHRONICLE COMPANY. wm. ;. vnowsi.ou; ii i)wi y,;i,.r WM. Kl'I.l', .1 neiii'm F.iUtm: TIHJ1S (ir Kl IISI KII'TIOV. One ey.nr'i' yen T 'Hi ' ,V, H X TlM'tlttl!. Ten i.pirs. "he y'nr Twf n' y - oi.e if VK DNEs DAY, ()(T. i, 1ST'). The Chattanooga Times says tbe Nashville Aim i iron dare not print Carl Kchur.'s Cincinnati speech ami attempt td answer it. The Yen and Jlrrahl answers it.w itliotit printiiiL' it. liy haying til it. Scliurz is sn-t u:f t'l ly mercenary motives and nothing inoto. Ho is ''iniikT tho dominion of t!ie money power." Tli" re in a s; irk if comfort to the poor iilitor i:l t!o- f.ic' that Col. Anthony, editor of tin- 1. -aven wm th Comiii ri-Ut', who was thought t" he niortaily wounded a f u- nionihs ego ly a pistol shot, and Carruib, the Vinel-uul, N. .1., "'"liter, iflio -hot throueh the h-ud -o...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 6 October 1875

yiwrcbillc tftlcchln MUjig ant) Cjjromelc: ettctmcstan, (October li, 1S73 W'hk (hronUh. Nl': OI'II.S 1 the Cimnxici.c mailed free to any aiiaros H Pl"l' i,0"l.. Rmn (il MlTerllnliic lu Weekly. Ten lints, or lci., foliJ, to ooixtitute tquare. S o s J3 w isnimre. l " l "V) W Ml 'ml"iii I..,,, a no hah Oi Hi sin lt ", -7 mi 7VJ KtM II nw n .1". i.1 o ;f -,: ' ft 11 Ml 14 (K IS (HI M (II 4 i (l (iiarcs 1 7 50' 14 IK) 16 j 28 0), li) liti b" S) PENCILETTES. An Irish lady was very much dis gusted tli1 other morn Inn to linil a pet goat reclining nt full length on her breakfast table. She said she wanted no more of tbat Bhe-nanny-gin. When a man want a plug of tobac co the grocery three-fourths of a mile off is only u Men, but if his wife wants a drink of cool water from a neighbor's well opposite by some mysterious agency that well Hiuldetily becomes removed more than half a milo away. We find the following in the Cleve land Jlanner: J. Jl. Stamper, who lives upon Chestnut Creek, in this ...

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. — 6 October 1875

jllnoflnllt tLClcchln (LUlbitj ;mo Chronic.: Mrtmcsiwn, (Ottobcr tf, 18V.) IS (! (jhronhh. Knoxville Wlilir FIiiIiIIIiihI IsU'l. lllioxvlllei lironlcle t.slnlillsli, l l?0. WEDXKSDAY, OCT. ti, 1ST'). KAUMK1H AND HAUD MONKY. practice tin; luetics with which they 7 i , I are so familiar. They propose to I hero arc men who pretend to re- . , , 1 present tlie farmers of the country, I who demand for them inflation of the, currency. We hope they have little j iulhience with I lie class they pretend to represent. There is not a class more interested in honest hard money, or a currency redeemable in Thegfat double-barreled Dem ocratic organ at Nashville has not smiled since Kercheval whs elected Mayor of Nashville last Saturday. It is endeavoring now to show that lie Is i neligible. The remit to' tin- Yes rinil f r- uhl of a year ago, ii'n mice supposed fixed by the demand for it in Europe, that thut paper wnnht now a-i-use I j.-vcrv l,su,i of wheat sold for ex Carl Schur. of being '-"reen...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 6 October 1875

iinotbtllc ciltthln iillhig ant) Glbumitlc : eelcSncsSap, (October is, 1875. COWAN, M' CLUNG & COMPANY, Importers and Wholesale Dealers 1J.1".Ji IwlSnVliliVi1, I1" ;&3 WAV ai)Vi:utiskms-:t. $50 TO $10,000 11.13 been invested i;i St nek I'm ilexes and paid 900 S " How to T)n It," n book on Wall st.. sent rce TI'V IilUbliK A CO., ii'kurB ai.d Brokers, 2 Wull ftrf, lrw York. PlfiiNmit nnd lroiitHtl Employ mrnt " JiQ.'nitit'ui !" 'Charming!" 'Oh, how lovely." " What ur : they worth?" Am. Puch are exclama tion by thos who sco the lmy elettimt iew Chromos p cdm-p 1 hy thn Kuf'-i't-nn und Ameri can Ubromo 1'ublihinp Oo. They nro nil perfect Ueu.p .if Aft- No n,o fiiD ro-i.tt the tfinptntion to bay when o it tre Chronos. CnnvneerR ApeniM, fiiri In iit" mid Kentlcmen tut ut emnloy luent will tiri'i thi the host oienin ever tiered o inak inonfy. For full I'urt rutar. pptH "miiip lor ronfi t 1 1 a i cirolar. "drPM b (ILDAti1) X CO., 7:!S Waahinntoa St , lits on, Mans. THE BROWN COTTON ...

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. — 6 October 1875

s Jtnorbillc Wcthh) cLtilbig ;mfo (Sroniclc : fl&Ictmcstian, (Odobcv ii, 1875. 1I0ME CIRCLE. Farragut at Tm. Vi .mill ,vu liko In km.-w f:t:il.i".! li .'.TVt. my country? It i)v t'. :i ' III! Mil I fi'sticd n t tr:i . -ii ..I iiiji'. My f itliir v. m -t.i cv )l Ir-HIlM Willi tin. Iiilii. ! i- I W119 vii" nil .I; 1 vh M illlWIl imvv we ..!' HlllT. 1 hm n mull .1.1 s-ilt; t ..-ii liad, I.. I....U idti-r I1." I I n-r tup it. iel 1 1 i ill i. i th -i'ti,. iu il;ii...- ilmt 1 th.H.jl.! i.md r ti.-. I c. hi M s w i' i r . ; K" ni ( Mild drink n. -ti',!"n u . i.. ..; lti". x it 1 hud doiililol (' i.i. H.-rn. n:..1 -uKl -ii..kf likf n luci.m'.tiv.. I w.i- irri'iit nt curds, and J'.ui-i iif Miiil'ii!!.' in i".; 1. :i J At '.!:. i i...t cl'in.. iIihi-t. :" t!;y. my father turni-d rverv 1. ' ! out "I Llw cabin, lucked tn ' uinl -ni l in" : "I'm nl. wi.Mt ili) vim ini': n Hi l.o'.''' " 1 ii i- u, : !.)!.. H ii. " -.i lniv t h. sen ! Y'1-, lw h (Hi'.r, misiTH b!.., ilriii;!.:c!i sni!-T l.i'1...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 13 October 1875

VOL XXXVII -NO. 29. KNOXVILLE, TENN.: WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 115, 1S75. WHOLE NO 1901 TELEGRAPHIC SUMMARY. DOMESTIC. IIki.kna, Akk., Oct. 10:ol). Many white ladies, including Senator Alcorn n daughter, are hero from t'rinr Point fur safety. Tho nogroi , three hundred strong, earno w i tli in K cliort distance of Friar's Point. lienersl Chalmers, who commands till while, moved out nnd gave them ti n minute to disperse. 'I lie n"grocs re-organized throe miles out, when they were again dispersed hy the whites. It. is sup-Io-ed the negroes tire n niting 1 T-inl'nn o. merits. Col. llurkc uni others have gane down from hero to ir.nko an ell'oit In -ii;iii-i 7.0 a force to go down tn-nirht. C'l,KVKl,ANl. Oct. Ii. I'homiis A- I!'!!!", lumber dealers, have nss-gncd. I.i il'il.tb-s. 17H 000. l.oi l.svu.l.K. Oct. i. Tim Cuinniiloe of the National Orange nre in .-e-sion in this city today. Tho Directors of ihu Missis dppi Valley Trnding Company nre in con ference with tho Cotnmitteo concerning a di...

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. — 13 October 1875

noibtlle Mtcchln calbtg imtt bxou Ic : Mcfcncstian, (Ortobtr. 13, 1875, P (hromth. Krenttlll Whlir Fetnl.ll-ilinl Ism. KMilllle 4 hroiilclr r)nlillli'l 1S70. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 1.1, 1S75. I"IlCl..a ,v:I VvVlJ M. Kilt r DAY Continued. Sl'lK'K Md'AUI'MHST. In the stuck departments Mr X. T. lleuson, of Knox county, lias entered a . year el l siallioii, 2 marcs mi. I colli. .mil H veai I mi: till v lv .Malirv s Helmet lie nlso has on exhibition u line hull. Mr. YY. 15. l.cnes, same county, ha a mare und suckim; colt, also 1 'ami 2 year olds from the same. Mr. Homer Smith has -2 colts, 1 ami 2 year olds. Mr. K. Tilldle lias a mare ami coll !nl Mii'kini,' mule. Mr. Titidie has two inni.-, ami a 2 year old filly. J. 1!. Cross has a pair of mul. W.O. ( iallai:lier has it mule and mule colt, a tine Miillion, a .jn-k, jeiinetls and h young jack. H. H. Love lias a very line stallion. 1. 1. Swan, it mare and c lt. Ii. S. Keener, n pair of mules. W. M. Walking, a line ftalli in. Mr.H.S. I'ayne exhi...

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. — 13 October 1875

Jllnoibillc i&lcckln ftllbuj anD (bromeIc : Mcimcsfcan, (October 13, 1875 (Continued from Second Patc.) THIRD DAY. A iiredicteil lv tin' Chkonk-i.k In yesterday inortiiiiRV iwoiif, the ily opcnvil l.riulitly ypstf ril.iy, sunl until tverylioily hm nmUiiiK iim1 of I he lirl fair liny l visit the irmiiulx rihI -ii-joy tln'iii-flvt s. The rtlteU Ii acilliK ln waida lliu l-'jir (intuiiN cie cidwiIimI :it an emly luuir w it It vcliii-les, Imiihi ineu and footmen, ninl i"t few of 'lie gentler r-.x omiI i In- -' n wi-iidii- llieir viiy nut in llie i-mi inaniier. iloulitloss i'mtv atlaiimt d vchicly in tliecily will put into n-ijui-itimi, ntid l.ytlu- time we urrlvi d :liu ln:IMiug iilnady pn st-iited a livt-ly npp malice. The crowd wiik estiniatid In Hie nl I temooil to he t least three thmiNH.'l. j and but for the train tli'er, ninny , more would have I'len mi tlie grimm!, 1 in the pawentrer train, uliii'li wa tie-i !nyed cmitli ned eiyht ei nwileil eonehi s. Some few additional inl l...

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. — 13 October 1875

rl Jlnorbillc Mlcrhln CClIjig ant) Chronicle : ftfllctmcscni), October 13, 18'a Unnrntiiip Whl t until l-hoil !(:(. Mmok III I hrn'el t.fttrtbilsliril 1M70 WHIQ AND CHRONICLE COMPANY I war. :. miovsi.nv,i,;n-iri t:utr u'.u.nrij:, .v.ih.oi nator. rums or ki ii iiiitio. Ona "i'V cue year One copy, six month!' Two emnes, ctie ye.ir. Twenty coii. ono yvir .. 1 HI .. .1 1 HI WEDNESDAY, OCT. IS, 17",. If you want, a tine job if work co totheCllKoNirir. Stenm Job Olilee. j It never fails to carry oil' the lilue rib- bon at the Eastern Division Euir. J Twelve hundred woi Kitigtueii , turned out in procession tit Akron a fow ui'jiniiii.a oitn unit tt, tol a fill' Mnl b 1 ring will, their shouts for Hayes a.ul iss,,c in Initios that brings these in honest money. congruous elements together. Here Oov. Allen's friends ailed lobe ! is thc ''V A lh1' the Nash- lieve be stands some chance fur tlieville Aiiwrioni, hard money, specie Presidential nomination of his party paying newspapers in 171, swi...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 13 October 1875

ilnoiDtllc Mlctkln eatbia ani) (ftbromelc: Mlctmcs&an, (i)(iobcr 13, 1873 5 & lhronkh. ir.rini:x opii.n i it h t MKiuuci.lt u.nilnl lr to aliT n.lre ! no P" Kltli-M ol lvrillnif 111 Wct-hly fen linn. r le. n.ilid. in euwitttut .uiisr. v j X ' S5 ""' 3 Spaiti. - 1 square.. 2 fciuart- , t -iiiiitrt fl Ml 3 mi 4 M 5 .Ml 7 ri VI H ."HI V IHI II ll u mi ft mi t M ' cm US ' V W' 14 M h! 37 m! ! IS (HI 2H UO Jil im 16 " .11 VI PENCILETTES. The CHKONH't.K Premium Steam .lob Otllce is lli place to fil .yum work done neatly and cheap. Wm. II. Hall, of Buncombe county, NInrth Carolina, wus executed last Fil- ily in the Jail yard hi A-bcviHe, for i the murder hi h man iiaincii u iui-."-, about a year ago. A London dentists' circular hjh that, as a general thing, only men of culture go lulo the tooth-draw ing pro fession. And yet it must lie admined that many of them are not men of gen tle extraction. A very fjenteel appearing young muii, wearing Uiil gloves ami carrying a little ami lle...

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. — 13 October 1875

c Itabillc.flfttcckln fc&lbijg ant) Cjjronirtt: TcDncsoajj, October 13, lSIeo Knoolllo Whiu rtnhlUlipl loin. ItnoxtllKM ItnoiM le l.ttalolsli.it is: il. WFDXFSDAY, OCT. l.i, Is: -lion. Alt x.md. r II. Sli phciis is .mnnuneed ft r n It- Hire in 01 1'ltie !y. cum courses in Chicago, f. r which i will receive one ' i 10 1 1 :i 1 dollars. The .b a-MT! t!i:it I he bonds i the Fui'i il SIjIi s ni'ii' to lit- paid in " reen Lacks. We a-sei I to I lie cunt rary and every h ell infi fine. I 111:111 knnwa i r is I flat va y. i lo M irv viile .' jm', Hi 'ci is i oV ''.i!i;!i". M'iiii--ci kly, the first iiuni I ivr .-: i.e." the change being before us. T 1 1 i- is evi.lci cm 1 1 i;it the publishers are ' ''i'iL'. The Hi y, ',("; i is ijuite a ii.--v s-'lite! and we wi-h it success. .... . - I . 1 1 ii iti M..11' i iai . - i , " . -, 1,11,11111; 1 1 1 I he .!' ot 1 i isi!nv eveiiiiii; (le- I ,i , ,, , 11 . i . ne.li-lr s f a, Seliur.' Vul-arly ! ' lie is a sweet pink lor j money ten years af...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 13 October 1875

i .r-ir---J : ; .. .;r.--.;'-i-V.;;i i . "':iU::i't J I" 1 :. Hf-j ; 'l 'i ' i " : v ' 1 : i; -;-.' a tr ' r NEW AI)VtUTISKMENT. Sen! PostHl Cini Ur Sppctmen Copy of THE WASHING-TON WEEKLY STAR. tBtabhihod 185H 8 Pses 52 Columns AiUrcssTHI-: EVKNINU H TAl! Ni--?,i.cr Co, U'juliiniflon. 1. 0, SH U N D R U C PO I S O NST MEDiorNK heshkhkd i ski,i:ss: Volta's Electio Belts and Bands lire iii'lniviMl v the most eminenf iiliysiciims in the w riil liT Un mro.ti rlicum Lti.-ni, muraluiii, liver CI. Ml tit .Iy.e,ii,. kiitn.y .Ij-in-e. nehi s, i-ainf. iiitv. u- 4 nli'M, tics. i,. i i nie'iiint-, iH-rvnUfi iit d k' tier i! .t.-lnii'y, inni ;;her elirnnie iil-ea.'i s l.f I l.i! .. he-!. ,1, liver, htiitniirh. Kiil- iiey. 1,1 . I li Hi ,, ,,.,t (ulnrs lite l-V I'l.TA 1'l.l.T I". Cinril, hill'. ". $3 SAMPLE F REE;;,':! "Wr!0 where. A'Jilrts- 1 mn I'i m. X wi.rk. .1, CtIO" any m home. Airentr watnl, inittit uliI U IZ-lermM free. I kik On. Aunu.-lu Mnme fl US! Ii KAMI KXIMI.srililNniiheTrii.iffiiH...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 13 October 1875

jftnoibille ft&tcchln eulbig ant) j)romclc : (LMc&ncstian, (Dttobcr 13, 1875. 8 home cinar. BT Al BT Till: ROItK t 1 f 1 1 i 1 lly, i' us. l!y mul by tlio roses wit' it, Hy mil dy ihe leaves will full Hv nil I by the crimson riiilutiin Shells in- lii-tie over nl I. Hy imil hy our hopes- M hriirlit. Though the swallows bniucwar Ami fnlp friends who vi m to I n May forget in I'.v and hy. By and by the mi i tha it hers. Will uplift it drooping In a I. Awakened from its slumbers l.ynn angel's gentle tread, lly anil by win heart- h, iTol.cn Ttint have never known s sitrh : Friendless mil' with .i . v will lighten In the coming by hihI by. Hy and bv there will L" I'd-e hearts. Ilv mi. I by hern will Im true; Do I hear j ru wiv you i .tint i'. If you iln then, why il" vim ',' Hy nml bv hriiriit eyes will mei-te:i "When beneath t h . I u r i' we lie. There will Hill be Dime that Lac ti-. I n tin1 nii'iit by nml by. M lis. M kk V.. Kail. IMII1X.K. IIIUlll.l. TUMI uiin:. I .1311.. REL...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 20 October 1875

VOL XXXVII- -NO. 80. KNOXVILLE, TENN.: WEDNESDAY. OCTOHER 20, 1875. WHOLE NO 1902 The Whig- and Chronicle Free UNTIL JANUARY K1UST. Wk will wnJ thu VeUly M'liltf nixt Oliroiilelo for TWO IKJLLAItH, from now until the first'of January, IsTT, lntkini; the il' r !n'c jiitll tJ:e first of next January . The ar ISTd w ill tie a most Interesting one in our liitory, and every one will want to read some live, entcrpiising newspaper, such us c pr"poe to jHbli.sh. It will be our centennial yvr, Hnl we will give, lri,ru 10 full accounts of the Great Centennial Celtbrutiii at I'l ilmb tphla, nud present through our column the wonderful development of our country during the ''.tnt hundred years of Its existence. In addition to this, the Presidential election will ci rue otr next yeur, and a ::iOst exciting political canvass may be expected. In t hid we exH-ct to take a 'i!l hand uutl ei gage In the thickest of the fight, latt 1 i d s fir the principle of 1q Republican party. While we do th'.s, w...

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. — 20 October 1875

llnorbillc MUcl.ln edlbiri writo O.vonitlc: Mlftncsuan, (October 2a, 1875. fJVi & (hronhlc. KeHtxvlllf) Miliar rlnhllhn 1H8. Maoatinrl hroulnle KtablNri-l IN70. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 20, 1S75. TO FA II MICKS. We published yesterday a short and pointed commnniention from Hcv. D. B. Lawton, lirtvicd, " Keep the Money at Home,'' which contained some good suggestions. Wc agree with the. writer, that our merchants should patronize home industry. The' should patronize the fanners by buying from them their canned fruits, jellies, etc., for home consumption, and should encourage manufactories liy buying from them when it is possi ble. "'c should use every reasonable means to encourage manufactories, And also to encourage a diversifica tion of industries among the agricul tural classes. But what we sot out to write was this : We feel a deep interest in the success of the fanning class. We tnow that for the present, at least, this is the basis of our wealth. If the farmers of East Tennessee wer...

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. — 20 October 1875

Snwbille'SaGttthla1 Mfa anDf feronuIc: bncstms, CDriobtr 2tf, 1875 THE FEDERAL SOLDIERS' REUNION A Uraad Day at UrpeacTlll irclay A Prnirn OrgaBlgallaa Kneeled. From the Daily Chronicle of Oet 13 Owing to the rain which full almost inceesantly on Monday, It wan feared that the Soldiers' lieu n ion, which was announced at OreenevlIIu for yester day would prove a fallurr, but tncta wag not the fact by any means. The "torui continued until late lu the night, and yesterday morning' light reveal" ed the fact tbatMinw hail fallen dnrlng the night and the tnaji'tttiu ruountaln pouth of Greeneville were capped with ice and anew, while a cold wind was blowing that rendered overcoats a lux ury If not a necessity. Hut the sun rose and dispelled the gloomier aspects of l.ature, and toon the ex-Federal soldiers from Greene and surrounding counties began to pourln on thetralii", by vehicles, on horseback and on foot, fo that by 10 o'clock, the quiet town of Greeneville was quite lively. There wer...

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. — 20 October 1875

fhii & (jjhronivh. . . . , .. KMarlllp Whin Tatabit,H W. kiMSVIIIel hroltl fctbiibi'il 1ST. WHIG AND CHRONICLE COMPANY. WX. Q. BROWXl,VW,lmripal KJitor WV. R Uth Managing Editor. ; TKRn of mm riptio Oaeoonv.one Mar. iff (1) traeeopy.six months,.... Tew oopies on yr Tirol? eoi'ieo, on year 0 .... 1 .WEDNESDAY,. OUT, 1875. The light 1 over In Ohio ami the result is before the country. The next great battle ground 1a Pennsylvania, Both iden are rnarshaPng tlieir hosts and the onset has commenced. A Bomber of distinguished Republicans will take part iu the i-tnvnw, iuclu ding Henator Hrburz and (ten. Wood fard. The next four weeks in the Keystone State will be full of exi'ite meat. The platforms of the two par ties! in New York are alike on the cur rency question, and hence the -xcile ment there will not run so high. From Iho Daily Chronic-le of Oct 1" CAPT. A.J. HXCK By reference to an atiiioiiMeiiient elsewhere it will bo beeu that Capt. A. J. Hicks has disposed of his en tire int...

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