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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 20 October 1875

norbillc kchln calljig ant) Chronicle: $lcln.. &!.. (!)(tobcr 2D, 1875 im m-imuiwc;'niHTy- rwrnrMDwri If (jfchronith. I iho f hki'Mcli mailed fra to ny .Hr- on ipo ' Kslr -dwrtlslnu; In Weekly. milid. to eonitltot a nor. T Hurt, or lw, Sun ' C H a i , I; I n ' l-tunar ' II Mil ! vi H M !W tl Mi 2jurwl 3 W KU' 8 M HIS" 1 W! W Sruari 4M IIWlHW II M 2.1 60, S7 fil Hu ftu II (mi II l IK 01 Wl 0U 4 oi DsiiuuV 7 Ml 14 Qui ltl y MOO W SO 55 W i I I LIVELY TIMES. BRADLEY COUiNTV FAIlt quarters twenty five Comfortable cent p'ecw. Sulllvau county is to havean Histor ical Society. Diptberla I rsglng In Cherokee county, N. C. The scholastic population of Sulli van county in 4,8o7. The Tennessee Valley Fair com mences at Rhea Springs, on the 19th lDBt. The Bristol e.ttuii factory Is run ning day and night, v. illi a full corps of operatives Mat. Taylor killed Dr. Moss, iu Hamilton county, last week. Powder, passion and pop-skull whisky did it. The Greeneville American notices the serious ill...

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. — 20 October 1875

Jlnoibille IccklB an omtlt: Htctmcsoan, (Drtobtr 20, 18Va Knoxvlllr Whlsr -lhllht latin. Knoxllle liroulole t.t1lltel 1N7U. WEDNESDAY, OCT. ill, 1875. THE RESULT IN OHIO. A Dew Cathedral Is being erect ed in New York, the altar in which alone in to cost forty thousand dollars. The host of self-sacrificing pa triot who talk politic! "n 0y street, and who have been lonulog for lo these many days, for Federal ofliees, are unusually dejected. The Cincinnati Board of Trade, by a decided vote, refused t eudor a resolution in favor of the Oovernraent taking charge of the telegraph lines of the. couotiy and establishing a postal telegraph. ;. - Ohio has ordered it that the Pen sioner's money granted him by the Government shall grow tatter and bel ter every year until 1H70 when it shall be gold. The Pensioner should ever remember with gratitude the Kepub licaus of Ohio. Ohio ha pronounced against in flation and wild speculation, which is profitable only to the baukersaDd gold gamblers of Wal...

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. — 20 October 1875

Jlnotbillc ftciUchln Mbig antr OTronicIc: Mcbncsta, (Ddobcr 2a, 1875. -COWai-M'CLUMfG COMPANY, :., ,:it; t .!.'!; fi"'": r-ix-; Importers and Wholesale Dealers ill ill i 1 1 far i'J hasi-M;rr,T? :v " "1 i 1 I., i. ....... -I? ..... : iu : i. hi ... u . l f r'vJ'. n"r'' T"" 'T'i'-i : r. KTF ADTEUTISGMEXTS. Petnl Postal Card for a Fpeoimen Copy or : THE W A.SHINGTON WEEKLY STAR. , ', Established 18S2 STigtit 62 Columns AdJrtwTIIE EVENINQ STAR Newpn per Co.. Wiu-hinirtnn. 1 0, SHUN DRUG POISONS! MEDICINE KENDERF.D USELESS! Tolta's Electro . Belts and Bands ra Indorsed l.r the mixt minnt nhyficiani la th world I'ur tbo cureuf rbeuiuatiMii, ncuralKia, livor complaint, drsri-iuin. ki.inoy iH.rao, aches, rains, nervcm il...rU..r, fin, female conit'lainl, tiinroua ar.d Keneral debiliijr, imd other ohronic uuiCueg.of the cbc.t. hand, liror, etoujaoh. kid ney and blnod. Hook with full (uirticularB lrce hy Voi.Tt Bl.T Ci . Cincinnati. O. S3 SAM PLE FREEK3"iK here, Ad.lre I tniK VchCu., Kewark....

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 20 October 1875

Jinorbtllt Witt$ M)ig ant) 'oniclt: iMctartaji, (Drtofer 2a, 1875. 8 HOM CIKCLF. fWritteii fur 'h. Kootv l e Chronicl.l IHKOtWII HIT t.;AR Mil. Through thy clear eyes i 1---Vc into thy hert : Look deep ithin ! Anil wonder if the world ha part, Or hnpc therein ? I search them rcvcnntly, as search grist men Heaven depths of blue; Yet need no glass ; my mortal ken Kind nil thing tiew. Vet, dure I not look long or far, but I, Smit deep with fear, Find not therein a hops whereby I mey drnw nrnr Oh, shits nt li'Vf! within thy depths serene Could I but lind Some glimmering hope, my eyes, I ween, Gn at joy would blind. Yea! could 1 know those mure depths pierced through, Kor thy lore's sake, I should be (hen more near to you : Blindness I'd tike, N.ir ever hold it tire ihan heaven's boon : Kor having you, A life of night would lo noon Forever new ! Yet! .though thou of '. things else bereft, Would linger still, That holy influence, which loft, Sulli-ti my will Like violets up-jprioging from...

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. — 27 October 1875

fltf I VOL XXXV 1 1 NO. 31. KNOXVIIiLE, TENN.: WEDNESDAY. OCTOHKil 27, 3S75. WHOLE NO 190:5 - H M ) w m a 1 1 .1 ii i i 1 i ma The Whiff and UNTIL JANUARY FIRST. Wk will send the Wci-UIy "VIiIjx nnl Olirouit-lo f..r TWO DOLLAKH, from now until the flrKtof January, 1ST", making Hit' paper free ntil the first of nest January. The year 1870 will be a most interesting one in our history, ami every one will want to read eotne live, enterprising newspaper, such as e propose to publish. It will be our centennial yesr, and we will give, from i titif (.1 time, full aecounti ot the Oreat Ceuteunial Celebration at Philadelphia, anil present through our columns the wonderful development of our country during the first hundred years of its existence. In addition to thl, the Presidential election will come oil" next year, and a most exciting political canvass may be expected. In this we expect to tube a 'all hand and engage in the thickest of the light, buttling for Hie principle of Tfie Republic...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 27 October 1875

jftnorbtllc ftlUchlp Sftlbig ano ontett: (ElIcbncsDiin, ODdobcr-27, 18Vo mit4II Whl( Vatablfi-el IH. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 27, 1875. FIKII) A.IVI FARM. The More Grass the More Profit How ahull th original fertility of the soil be restored .' is the (tri-at pronlem which is oar dutf to (ulve. It can bo solved by introducing a proper systiim of roliiti'n of crop, and by growing morn grass nnd less frrain. Our salvation consist in practical recognition of tho old Haitian proverb: " ' .Nogran, nocattle j nncattln, no manure ; o crops." A district of country which is exclusively or mainly a natural gras grow ing section has within itseli all the elpmcnt of successful agriculture, provided its operations are conducted with system and economy. A country having a foil natur ally adapted to grass is. in a great measure, able to live within itself, and not be de pendant upon an exchange of commodities with other district". I'pon a soil like this ibfl farmer has at hand the mantis to scuie whatever ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 27 October 1875

Skoibillt Mlttklu $lbig ant) Chronicle : ec'UoncsDan, Mtobcr 27, 1875 (Continued rom Aficotfi1 J'age ) fiorn" work. Money mutter Hrn cliwe la that DlHtrlot; yet various cullrr tioiii of the Churrh lire Urxer, wiili the excrit'iuii of the uollectionit fur the preacher. The pplrlttml poinlitioii of thediHtrict apientH'l. Hl muiiy revivals, unci two mirct-oful extiitj-meeting-. There 1h qul'e mi inoretft '.'J liionibtT-lilp, but t'-uilil nut tell bow many. K. -Moore, of tlie A Illusion Dis trict, a cilled upon, mikI IiIm chamr r paused u Rood. He rep.rtn the district In ol spiritual i-onUltlon, and ouite u number of revivals. O. Tnylor', of Joiieslxro' District, was railed upon, nnd bin thiirai'ier ;iassetl as roimI. Hi reported ttie spir itual' condition of the district good. The District Conference was a success. Had one camptnei tine No church buildings going up, but one building jimpleted. The membership hits been increased, and the missionary olleo tiorjs Increased. J. li'ring, P....

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 27 October 1875

Wm & (jUrimulc. Kaoavillr Whl tuinnM-hrs! IS1U. iaoavlllet tiraali lr .llillirU l WHIG AND CHRONICLE COMPANY. wit. :. HROi'.i.iy,rrir;),ai r.mti.r i'if. Btil.f:, .V,i,t,,ui Klitm. f t tin or mi km KliTIt. (Im 'ity.une year (taeeoi,?, nil mouths Tm Aopu. ne j-er Twoty eoriisi, one y..r ... i i on "Z t' till .... WEDNESDAY, 'OCT. 27, 175. The official v..tH m Ohio show Hayes' majority t., Le.y5bt. They now e.ilSHn. ( -lev tne Democratic 1'nrtv Jlruh-r. lie lri.ke , the purlr in Ohio i-miileii lv. . We nndr-iMnd tl:' -iiHtnr Key is whal ti.e Xm..III American nail a "swallow i:iiel Democrat ' that is, he is III fitvor uf hnllf-l money. Head lihn (Hit of till? Next. The city of Memphis ha- beeu agitated over th " focia! evil" iiiex tinn. Let the lilntf city authorities appoint a (omtiiiim to visit Kims ville and confer with some uf our city father- if they wsnf Ughr it this vexed question. TrtH RenuMI-an tidal wave ha i reached California. At the election held In that Stat- on Tuesda...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 27 October 1875

Jtnorbtllt Mlcchljv clbicj antr CLbronitlc $!telmcs&nn, (0ttobcr 27, 1875 $hi it (fhronkh. SFM'IMKN t'OPII'.M h t.NHONK'LR limited lrr to ny uliIrM ta mp Mifu-H of vrrillna Im Wrfc lr. I n linen, of low. Mtil. to mmititat af. i" o I sci. L. 0 M on Its m 16 fi0 27 no 2.1 60 Iff Ml SO l I 45 Oil It 40 66 'X) 1 Sijuare..! 23qure ; tSqajtra: tl Wi 3 00 4 Ml m l 5t)j p tw so S ISO H 01 It Mi 10 Ni II M 14 or 14 M IK 0(1 2S00 11 00 7 col 14 00 t PENCILETTES. Hawkins county lias three marlile quarries, two cotton factories and two steam taw mills. Robert Earnest, colored of Fulleu's, raised a sweet jsiluto weighing ten pounds. Oood for Robert. On the first Saturday In November a protracted meeting Is to commence In the tiapti.it Church at Hweetwater. Tbe Sullivan Landmark is a new paper publit-bed at Union, Hulllvan county, Tennessee. Tbe first issue is well gotten up. Mr. Wm. M. Allison, who shot Col. House, at Franklin, mi last Thursday, was a son of Mr. Mat. Allison, of this place, ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 27 October 1875

linmoillc Icchln &!tbi0 anb oniele : SSIcDncsDaii, Qriohtx 27, 1873. Kniivill Fliblltnl I IK. knuatlllet hruNlcln l.altilhvl 170. HOW Ttl HAVE A MA KICK 1. IIOMK Wednesday, oct. ( Jrll. I.HliiHtrH-t IlUB i(IR'li;iPl I) haif ii.U r- ! iti h h.iipl -m Uitiitcxvillo, . u;i .. The New York Mt (,'nnlii.f reaf- tinm i hi- 'I'lHiineiif.-" of tlin npi.nl !('. r of I:ii.c.. Capers, furnished lliat i 01lio ron'1 to l,,is l'oillt 1110,1 s,1'l !!.. r hv K'-v. Iir. IiHcin.-. j I'roiu here direct bj New York City, 1 1 : - York Tribune mm the ! wl'tTe it will lie sinclU'il .mil put into From Ihi Dally Chronicle of Oct 22 MI. AN AT TEMPT TO KTIIl UP ... , - . . STRIFE. W c uiitlcrslitnil that parties in Now 1 ork nre tirranin to commence in In the 1 res nivl Herald report a bliort tiu.e. tin- milling of rich ile- ( jlertlny niorninrr of the proec'dings posits of zinc found on Powell's."1' tln Southern Methodist (,'onfcr river in Union county. It U propos-! ,,(' ol t!lp pw-edin-,' day, we find e...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 27 October 1875

$riabtlle $!lcchln Wj$ ant) (Jtronitlc : cMbncsbitn, (ftrtober ar, 1875. "COWAN, M'CLUNG & COMPANY, Importers and Wholesale Dealers DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, CLOTHING, lasecM?, nnfln:w, nnrirw, HARDWARE AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE, GAY STREET, KNOXVILL'E, TENNESSEE. HKSl'KCTKULLY INVITK T H K ATTKNTION OK THK TK.VDK T ol U VKllY LARGE AND WELL.ASSORTED STOCK OF it' Ulrl i , 1 n i..'IMiU,iiT . iri M'O Z ! i tit. Wfc r ;': :"; SRlJ M f ijUfiTtwJH alliKi j'W if 'fit mm :"1 HIS 1 JXEW ADVERTISEMENTS Fend Portal Card for a Specimen Copy of THE WASHINGTON WEEKLY STAR. Established 1852 8 Pages S3 Columns Address THE EVENING STAR Newspaper Co,, Washington. D. C, SH U NOR U C PO ISONST MEDICINE RENDERED USELESS! Volta'i Electro Belts and Sands are Indorsed by the most eminent physicians in the worid for the cure of rheumatism, neuralgia, liver complaint dyspepsia, kidney discaso, aches, pain, nervous disorders, 1i im, female complaints, uervoue and general debility, and other chronic uisoaaei of t...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 27 October 1875

8 inoimllt toU(kU) (Eftlfeis ano tomtit : Mctmcsoap, (fotiobtt 27, le'o HOME CIKCLF. TENNESSEE VALLEY FAIR. Iruarrr Vallri Imr iim.A Si-hiih,Tkn , (! . "J'l, "7-"i 7i ihr y.dituri ctf the V'ttronwU The Tftmooff Valley l-'nir tfau on : ii- 1 : 1 1 1 . Hid -i t li in writing I Iik wi-uuil IhV lia- oliwfd. Tnr umthcr UiIm far ! l.t ! i xi'ceilinijly t.iMirublf iiinl tlie miiuUt in iilti'iiilanc' Ii:ih liet-h mi n ni'.ly t;-. The iiunilxi of entrit- :i-?i.ly t xi'.'vd tlmee of l:it year, whirii ark'ui- well for llif Imiiiliiii; up "t tlif .x.iciaiioti, which is now in tlu mil ycni (if its cxintciuf. The irruiiuii lire tieiuitifiilly locati-il, li-uig level ami ilry anil honl'i-ring oil i' rra Jirma within n ftoiie'n castot t lit turnout Klu-a Pprini;. 'J'iie Fair i i round lnuMm:: i l:irK'e anil (tjlntmi tial, ami retw nn un cmiiiciici over 1'xil.iiiK I'l'.t'rt" "tn-ifh ft the ttc-e-trark. Tiic Lad it ' lit i-arltut-ut in well tilled I lllc variety wry U'umi. Tilt" jt'llicti an- ('X(vci...

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. — 3 November 1875

f . U TJ with vol xxxvn -NO. 32. KNOXVILLE, TENN.: WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 3, 1875. WHOLE N 1004 TELEGRAPHIC SUMMARY. DOMESTIC. Washington, D C, Oh. ST. Mr. Ores-rail, President of the Freedm-n's Hank Corn miss ion, hi! signed thirty thou nand chec k to pay depositors 120 per cent. () November Int. John K. Klirkney win appointed At V-rnFy-Creneral for the Northern bistrirt erf Florida. The Koport of the AgrieulUiral Depart ment for October represents the wbeat crop of the present yoar a short one, and the dc teieacy augmented by a marked deteriog Uon of quality. The Southern States, ex. ocpt Virginia, have increased tbeir pro iJeotlon some of itiem 60 to 7i per cent. The totl depreciation is i2. 000.000 bushels. Tkecrop is estimated at 240,000,000 but-hels. The oorn crop wi!l be comparatively Urge in quantity but poor in quality, except in tho Southern and l'acifio Htates. Tho re unit can not be stated till next month. Tbe rye erop fells 4 per pent short of last year, which hnd an avera...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 3 November 1875

ftnoxlrillc micthlg Ming nno vJlbronicIci Mcfciusin), 'JJobtmbcr :3, I8V0 ff C (jfehronich. mxvIIIo f'atnllll.tlifl IH:t. Hmkiiik l-hrunlrlr (Hbllhpl IM70. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 3, 187.1. FIELD A7I FAHM. Hints to Young Men Politeness. II V ANNA CLKAVI. Think I in going to say tlisnk ;ou lo her?" eieLimwl a littlo boy in my presence so ma sitr. Ana why not .' Ihusc twe't nobody, only tny sister." And this is Om key-noto to such a boy's future behav ior. Boon Ilia parents aro looked upon in thasame light, nnd if ho is ever married hi wifrt will baa "nobody." The young man who trout hij mother aod sistors with respect will make a kind husband; and I advise nil young ladies to notice bow tho young men of their acquaint ance conduct themselves at huiiie. And here I would whisper a word to tho young Tiien: "The girls as a body, not only in Suffolk county, but all over the country, are far in advance of the hoys, not only in isolstetwss, but culture." Go into a country village Hnd you w II meet ...

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

Ifooibillt Wtth WibiQ ant) (Uromtlc : MlcimcsDan, Jobcmbcr li, 1875 1 (hMtnufd from Sncond Papc. ) Mowiv Chkkk, Oct. 2S, 1875 Thin the twcond ly of the' JeflV rnti Ooiinty Kiilr dnwced upon us beautiful sad bright with prooppola ery tlntler ftfj Tnt fine day, and stan early hour ibe poople bcan to arrive from tint Murroundlnx country in wagona, on orebeb, ul'uot, nnd in every irrupt :iMe wny, bringing with them their vr'cHut article, for exhibition, o thut ly noon there vu it large crowd ou ground, mid tfos building wait voll-fillerl with men, women and chil dren, of all Hre and clatee, all enjoy og tuemm-lve finely, beholding nud :d oil ring the beitutlful nnd attractive ?Vnp on exhibition. Tlie ladle eapeclally ate out in full 'rn', lendiiiK a helping hand aud en 'XmraRiiig the Fair in every tomthle w;y, and, by the way, we would re mark that old Jtfl'erxon In hard to heat IxHh in number Binl beauty of her yonng Indiea, if thin is n fHir represeu i vilou which we M-e tn-dsy. Colon...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 3 November 1875

Itnorbillt eiUtkljt gilhij ;mo tfhronitic : ffSlrtintsfeat), IJobtmbfr a, 1673. ggfttg & &1mmhtt. Maaavllln Wale Fatabllaliad l.1t. kMllll hraalale talaailahrri IH7. froBtha IMlytaionieUof Ort:l WB1Q AiTD CHRONICLE COMPANY. TTM. (,'. VHOWXLnW, Principal Editor WU.MULE, Manaping Editor. I .KXN IIC NI'HM'KIPTIWN. Oaa noiij.ons yur, ... t oil Onm copy, iix uinnthA M 1 HI coin, une yeitr tu Tfweniy eo; ih. ons year ...... 3KI to WEDNESDAY, NOV.. 8, 1875. Gen. Hotter is .going to Hiil in bringing about specie payments, lie has purchased a gold mi i if in Virginia. Detix.crmic -l!tM in Ohl are paying tuere serioux n'teniion to religi ous matter. They have diseoveied that li is very wicked to liet m elec tions. .Thir investment on ulil Fog Horn didn't pill out-well. Tlie rueeiing of Moody mid Hankey at ltrookly n are attended each wen I up; by a very large number of person n much larger number than CJU gain nc'BiittMioe In the building when; (he meeting are held. The NewVork Tribun...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 3 November 1875

ftnotbillt Mlrchln i&lbicf ant) Cbronulc : flelctmcsann. 3)obcmtier :j, ,83 1 'lie t Skomca, m-iil-d tn to tiy adrtra Kinm l alvtti Using la Workljr. 1 n linn, tir Icm, taliil. to ronrtilots a mir. I J I if J Mr. i - p J " Hqre..l t V) ft V M 80 i J Ouf-H mi Sqiww :i 0U (I M ll Id' 16 Wn 27 Ul 3- siiian. 4 ii J 00 II 14 m !4) fi 37 '0 4- iqonrM; fl .ei0 11J 14 Of IK 00 30 Of) 4a On ljqurwj 7 50 H 00 la 5 M 00 Mil ) PENCILETTES. Chattauooga is ulive on the Centen nial question. Chancery Court meet In Kingston on Monday, November 8th. The Cleveland Herald In Improving in its local department of late. VV. H. Curry, of Bradley county, had a ehild burned a few week ago. It has since died. The Cleveland "Fat men" believe in big suppers. They had another sup per since the Fair. The Morristown Gazette has a Hawkins County Department in lis oelunins now,with L. L. Poats, editor. A farmer near Hock wood raided from two seed forty-one pumkins, in sise from a water-bucket to a wash tab. Col...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 3 November 1875

.uybiilf ciiltrhln eallng an& bron'ulc: eftlctmcstraj), Itobcmbtr 3, 1873. wiCMt-aTi;,MiMutmriijiijii : I? 7V.. Knovtlllo Vhiit I NtuMI-hrit 1N.II. j NfMtKviiM nnnHfM r.-iitiiiii'n i7i. WKDNKSDAY. M)V IS75. Colorado KepuliitcHU hy a large niijirii . Tiic lection wa 't meiiitM-ri f h ' "oi ' itnt ioii.il Con v. ri'loit. Ju)ie T.ifi ..t t t . i :a encaged In tin" cow ,(i l'enn-y 1'aui; He I- h strong iii.i: in1 -pen-lie al ways tell. A Mill' I' K jiH'l, ill tilt" Hrw UMVtlV Bt-,vt. Icimit Jell. llaviH, Ivq , a 'i"n i of oiirSunny innil.'' He hut be l!u- chief i! ji-ci i,( i;:li rent to t'ut p,eta-t-, liiit I nt lei niHtiy nthi r. Tin- fito'luna') Kiupiirer doubt i "-rt ' liMlf ! dozen 1 1 . n of con-i-ijiiriire i -t of the Alhghauics and Mulhof 'lit- Oliin. wlin NinM'iil. tn S tnuel J t 'lilin n th- IdMiiona io Oiirnlijiiif t- 'nr Pn-i,!elll. Our ti-patcln la;- tiiornint; my flat Iihii-, D -ii irriii . h probably i-l 'Cted to I 'i'V r majority if I..O'l Sfwi"IJii i-.f .: hm. Mi la...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 3 November 1875

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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. — 3 November 1875

8 Jlnorbtllf flNfflilu ano fltmmtf.t : fcfitrtmfso.iii. Uobcmbcr 3, 18Vo HOME ri I1C li. VRier foB the iK. ) hearts tli ti t i.ttcr Cease to earn I O brimming tMnru tha ti'MT arc ilriial f Thr d"J, though thrj dr i.-t. rrturn A though they linl n it ri ! The living urc the only (it.vl ; Tha dead lite nt vt'r ino-p lo die, And often when wo miurn them Uel, They never civ so nigh ! Vful though tlu-j- lie benrnth the waves, Or sleep within the churehyKrii dim, ,Sh ! thnmch how ninny ililfjrent graves Hod's children ga to him '.) x t every gunc gives up its dead Erg it it oierprown with (trass; IT.en why should hopeless tears be shcj, Or need wo cry, "Al.it- ?'' ' ir why sbruM MemiTy, veiled with gloom, And lino ii snrrowirip mourner craped, " it weeping o'er an empty tomb, Whose captives Lave escaped ? Tie but a mound and v. ill t e mussed Whene'er th rinnmcr grass appears; Hie loved, though wept, are never lost; Wo only lose cur Wars'. V'oy, Hope may whisper with thudead Ity benrting ...

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