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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 10 November 1875

r i I - v El kri V0LXXXVTIrN0.3a. KNOXVILLK. TENN. : WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 10, 1S75. WHOLE NO 1905 TELEGRAPHIC SUMMARY. DOMESTIC. IlSDIANAPOLIH, Not. 4. The Kokomo Tribune lias the following: David Robinson came to town yester day, bought a near tuit of clothes ami a revolver. He returned home, showed the purchase to his family, anil rut supper. Kobinson was, apparently, in a gond hu mor, and appeared perfectly sane. He re marked to liia vife that it rrould have been well if little Dun, his son, had died two weeks ago. and said ho had attempted to kill the child. He drew the revolver and fired at the second son, who was ly ing iu bed, then turned and shot at Ini wife. Mrt. Kobinson run cut of the housa and the oldest boy, eight years of age, started to follow, when the father shot him in the face, but tho ball glanced oil with out hurting him badly. Ilia father then struck him on the back of the head with a chair. The ton succeeded in getting out with his mother. llobinson then took a...

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. — 10 November 1875

Continwd from M pogt lpm'. Arrive at Rnmr Crerk bjr S p m Lare i"now Creed We lurnlay n 1 Saturday '4pm Arrive at Carthage b'fpm From Butler, by Granvilln Stnut' in rO nJ Klk Mil In to Uoan Mouulain. 10 mile; and rtura onoe a week. Leave Itut'ftr Fatutd ijr nt 1 a 10 Arrive t Ho.n Moutita 11 hv 12 in Imti Koftn Moukiii taiur4iy t I p ni Arrive at Uutler by 7 p in Bond ro(Utr l uta hid S-'O . 19324 From Thorn Hill ty And-r?on fn o). Hill Point, lta'tnn'on u Mtmi-.wfiv'ld nd Mo- Uenty Brjy'n in o; tu Stv edviue, iM,1 j mile? and rMurn nice n week Leave 1 horn M il Fr.Hny at a m Arrive at MireuvilU by -I p ia Irenve Snro It, lie -n'u,,dav at 8 a in Arrive at 1 hom Hill by 4 p in Bond reuir d wiih Lid M "i. 14325 From Meedweli t.y Hed of Barren and H iic to Clear Spring, Vf'.1 2 miles and return onoe a wek. Leave PpeHwell Friday at 7 a in Arrive nt Clear Spring P ni Leave Clear spring tNUuriiiy at 7 a in Arrive at 6iee by 7 p m Bond required with f.id 5 '. 11326 From VniiU by Cyee m Mo ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 10 November 1875

jAnorbillc $21cthljj ealbtg ant) ()romcIc: calcfciusoaii, Jlobcmbcr 1CT, 1875 3 10106 From Fparta, by Oreen Im, Solon, ami Mount Qllend, to Bee Creek, 89 niilca and .back, onoe a wnek, ,. . . , , Leave Spin Tuesday t S k m. Arrive l lin Crk by 6 p m, Leave Bee ('reck Monday at 7a in, Arrival Sparlnby 4 pm.' '. Uund required wnh bid. f 200, lOltt From r-parta, )y Clarktown, l'lensant Hill, Pomona Howard Spring, Cross ville, Kiinmer'a Stand (n. o.), Falling Spring (n. o.), and l'oat Dak Springs, to Kingston, C2 miles and back, twicu a Leave Sparta Monday and Thursday at 4 am, , Arrive at Kington next days by 12 m, Leave Kingston Tuesday and Friday at 1pm, Arrive at Sparta next days by 7 p m. Bond required with bid, $700. 10108 From Crossville lo "Wartburgh, 01 miles and hack, once a week. Leave Croe sville Wednesday at 7 a m, Arriva nt Wartburgli by U p m, Leave Wartburgh Thursday at 7 a m, Vrrive at Crossville by 0 p m. liond required with bid, $300. '9 From Livingston, by Monroe, Ol...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 10 November 1875

Jlnorbtllc WttQ Sftlbig anH f brontfU : Sftcimtstan, tJobcmbtr 10, 1875. 'big & (jfehronich. Till Wktc KiMlllfcrl Mt. WEDNESDAY, NOV. K, 1875. WHIG AND CHRONICLE COMPANY. WJf. G. BBO WXLO W, Prmcipal Etlitor WM. RULE, Mammfing EiUtor. rr.nmn or sriwiiiPTWj. OMor,oa vr.... .. Oweeopr.nz months T niii. ntw year - Tweatr copies, on jr. ... I 2 rt ,. 1 00 .... 1 HO ... S J UO Timid Democrats are again frightened liy the "Third Term" ghost. Pomwh yourselves in patience gentlemen. 8tand otill and eee the salvation of the country. One of the cheering eigne of the time 1st to nee our Democratic friends renouncing and denouncing Tam many. While the lump holJs out to bum, The vilest sinner may return. Since the election in Ohio and the subsequent election in other eUntes, the howling inlUlinnixU have heen reasonably quiet. They baaed .their calculations upni the ignorance of the American people, and having miscal culated, lost all. The Chairman of the Democrat ic Congressional Committee I...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 10 November 1875

iUorbtllt Mcchlg ant 0Htdt : fSIcimcsimij, Uofumbcr 1CT, 1875 & (jjlhranhlc. i l LkaumcLI amilMl lm to soy addrM (' IP.- T.n Hn lm, (olid, to oattitaW nutn. Sfici. x a 1 tquiir..1 II W lV II W 50 00 lift no 2iiirc a Oil! Aw IM Hi ft" IS ' T (10 3iBir 4 ISO I U00 IIN) HSU Ml' 37 Nl -quar Ml II On MIX 1X 00 80 tlO; IS on iivtm ?JuMWWSi l 4140 MM PENCILETTES. Hop- have been felling in Athena Ht 0 centB gross. Whe.it Is worth from 00 oenU to $1.05 in JuDeHbnro'. The epizootic hit mail It appear ance among the horses in thin city. Hawkins county lias Ave or six first clans flouring mills in operation. Ho cholera is prevailing to a slight extent in Greene and adjoining coun ties. Chancery Court commences in Jouesboro' oil the 4th Monday of this mouth. Mr. Henry Hoss has just discovered a line mineral spring on his premises, one mile north of Jouesboro'. Rev. H. V. McCorkle has been called to another year's work in the Kings ton Presbyterian Church. The Centennial Committee of Chat tan...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 10 November 1875

c Jinofbillc Mcchln (ftlbicj anb domtie : ft&cimcstmg, Bcbcmbtr 1 cr, 1875. Ititf & (fjhrtmhh. Knnvvlllr hl( ralithllheil m.1. Muoislllet liroalclo t.atnlilliibrd IS70. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 10, 1875. Will tlie Nashville American re lieve public tuppense by naming Sena tor Ivey 'a successor '.' - We understand that Jordan Stokes, of Wilson county, will proba bly be a candidate for congress in ibe 4th District as Judge Pile's successor. H. Y. Riddle, of the name county, Is spoken of in the same connection. Erie county, Pennsylvania, where the Democratic State Conven tion was held, gives a Republican gain of 1,400. What a pity it Is that a Democratic State Convention could not have been held in every county in tbe State. There seeing to have been something in its presence which in spired the honest voters of Erie county to vole against its nominees. If the Xasbville American will take a suggestion from an nutsidei, in case Senator Key doesn't get mulish and refuse to resign, as that...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 10 November 1875

0 iv . mA A, ' "r.uorbtllc tcchlf pbi0 nntr 'dromclc : McDitcstmiV Jtobcmbcr W, 1875; f lit r ! ! B U , . S;.iBp! mmm COWAN, M' CLUNG & COMPANY, Importers and Wholesale Dealers iisr DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, CLOTHING, ;as4rir,aj9 n:di.4i:, nss:uU.rjrw, HARDWARE AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE, GAY STREET, KNOXVIUE, TENNESSEE. Hi:sri:C ( FULLY INVITE the attention OF THE TRADE TO oun VERY LARGE AND WELL.ASSORTED STOCK OF ioitonl)c- Int. 1 f T ." . &sbr R hel e S3 m.- Dr csp jp dH M-f- - t'niiiikllHNloii. HU. L. McCLUNG & CO. GENERAL PRODUCE & (MISSION Hftvloc rentedth Dpot formerly occupied by the Eait Tnne!er atr) Vimiiim Railr-md (Vmpany (and more recently by Meters. Hough k Co-), we are prepared to U - Keterl Commission, Produce and Storage Business. ADVANCES MADE UTON Corn, Wheat, Oals, Bacon, Flour and other pods in Store WILL KEEP A STOCK OP THE MOST APPROVED AND POPULAR Agr i on 1 1 u ral Implements, ' And can Hiipplj ftirmr unit the trctle upon the he; t-Ttu t to imcus. Wo ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 10 November 1875

8 HOME CIRCLE. noMF.sTir ni. .-. rner.!f, i I am A married lady of thirty nrlt. Every evening I bp in thoir boils A " baker's dozen " of curly hcail. ' Kvery morning m slumber Ri-i Th putter patirr of twenty -six feet. , Thirteen little heart re alwnjs in a flutter Till thirteen little mouths aro filled with bread-and-hutter : Thirteen little tongues are buv nil day long. Twenty-six little hand, with doing somo thing wrong, Till 1 fain am to do, With an energy, too. And when my poor hiuband comes home from hi! work, Tired and hungry, and fierce aa a Turk, What dovou think is the picture he sees? A legion of babies, all in a breeie Johnny Is cryine, And Lucy a-sighing, And worn-out mamma, with her hair all a- n..;- Strong and angry Willi,,, beating little elly : Charley in the pantry eating currant jelly , liichard strutting round in .pupa's Sunday coat : Harry at tho glass, with a razor at his th-oat ; Robert gets his fingers crushed when Susy shuts the door. And mitigates their ach...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 17 November 1875

VOL XXXV f I NO. 34. KNOXVILLE. TENN. : WEDNESDAY. NOV KMlJEIt 17, 1875. WHOLE NO YM Election of Grand Lodge Officers. Fr;ll to th CHromri.it. Namivillk, Nov. 9, 1875. The following are the officers elected by tho Masonic Grand Lodge of Tennessee: J. 0. Cawood, of Dandridge, OranJ Master; P. D. McC'ullock, of Trenton, Dep uty Grand Master; R. A. Caldwell, of Shel by ville, Senior Warden; A. It. Jonet, of Jackson, Junior Warden. The attendance wia large, and the meet. irir harmonioua. . TELEGRAPHIC SUMMARY. DOMESTIC. Nkw York, Nov. 12. Xhe small pox prevails to an alarming extent in the 10th ward of Brooklyn, and vaccination iin nc tive progress, though much opposition thereto is manifested by tho inhabitants of the infected section, who are mostly Ger mans. The lauitary police arrested a German lager beer seller yesterday, for secreting three pernors sick with the small pox in a room adjoining his shop which was kept open and beer served to customers by his bar-keeper who alternated...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 17 November 1875

jUnoibillt OOltchln eOthin ;mo l-.ronirlt : ftflrtmrsmp. )obcmbcr 17, Continued from Srf pftgc Arrive at 8 now ('reek hy .1 f m Unr" mi Creen Wadnpcday and Saturday at 4 p m Arriv at Cnrthaur brnpm . Kroni llutlT, by UruiiviHe .Mnut'n fn ni fin l Kk Mil 1 to Roan Mc Uiiitiin, I' inilei and ftiin nnee a week. Leave But 'it hainrdiy at fi a m Arrive at Ko in MojiiIhim hy 1- in Leave It 'i Mount-in .MiturU.y nt 1 p iu Arriv at hutt-fr by 7 i in .Bond r'qu're I ith id ??" . iy)24 From 1 h -r i II ;M iv Anl-r-n" 'n o). Bill Print lnUrtn'(n n M.adnwftld nd Mo ll enry Br iv' n o 1 i Sn td viiie. ;'4l tiiilo? and r- turn once h wren , I.eTt Thurn II II Kri luy at ft a in Arrive Ht t-npeuvill I. -I . in ! Lenre nep i 1 1 If nm-'Uv hiSiiu j Arrive (it Iho.nUill ry 4 p m , B icd rennr d with Md f v5 Kmin M-efdwpli hv Hid f Bnrrcn ntvl j ii uu i v i' r oini!ff, j miles' ni.j re;um once h week Leave Speedwell Friday at 7 n m Arrive it t denr Spring I y 7 p in Leave Clear ir i ok hatur in v jit 7...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 17 November 1875

l.novlnllc tuilcckln Oulhifr ant) (Chronicle: hwxw itlobcmbcr 17, 1875 19116 From Spurt, by Griwn Tree, Kolon. nnl Mount Gilead, to Ilea Creek, 20 ' ' miles aod.biek, onus a Weok. Arrivo allies Creek by op m, - jvo lice Creek Monday at 7 am, , Arrive ut Spartn by 4 pin. liond required with bid, $200. l'.'l'1" From Sparta, by Clarktown, 1'lcasatit Hill, Pomona, Howard Srinfr, Cross ville, Kiciimr' Siaml (n. o.), Falling Spring (n. o.l, and Tost Ink Springs, ' to KIng--t)il,;2 ihile?s tid back, twice a i.oavo ftpitrtti Monday una inurs.iny at 4 a in, Arrive at Kington next day by 12 in, Leave Kingston Tueday and Friday at lpm, - Arrive ut Sparta next d-ivs by i p m. Bond required with bill, $"00. 1198 From Crossvilla to Wartburgh, 31 miles and back, once a week. I-eava Crossvillej Wednesday ai7 a in, Avrivo at Wartburgli by ti in, Leave AVartburgh Thursduy at 7 a m, Arrive at Crossville by (J p m. liond required with bid, $ iOO. 19119 From Livingston, by Monroe, Olym pus, and Hales Mi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 17 November 1875

4 7 d (jfehronUle. Raacvlllo Whtf Kalnbllabixl Ifttin. HMtllll( NrHlrl MWtli'lH 1 170. WHIG AND CHRONICLE COMPANY. WJf. G. BROWNLOW, Principal Editor WM. RULE, Maruvjing Editor. TF.RMftor srBflCKIPTION. fkw. OOPy.One year,. ............. . (MQnBy, six anvntha. Taa eonies. no rear Twmty copies, one year I 2 W ...... 1 o IS OU 30 00 WEDNESDAY, NOV. 17, 1875. The Tennessee l'ost calls tlie Nashville American " The double-barrelled fowling piece." This is had. The grat central bounle-barrelled af fair, prides itself upon beiuit heavy artillery. But utter all Us towering pretentions, it ranire was two short to tiring down its Senatorial game. Sen ator Key holds on. Elsewhere we publish an article under the caption of " Then and Now," which contains some whole some truths. It is from the pen of one who is a close observer of public af fairs, and who has had long experience, and whose nutne is a synonlni for honesty. The article will 110 doubt be read with interest by all. TENNESSEE BONDS ...

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

itnormllc Mcchlji cfttbtg nnb broniclc : (ftlrtmestan, JJobcmbcr 17, 1375 hu A (fUron'tch. orKS'lMKM fOPIRM , ( HKoKim.i mailed free to any atfilres I'D P 4vrnl.l. In Weekly. Ten lines, or law. solid, to constitute siiaare. S ltore..l 2 qare Jxiaare 4 -sqaitra 5 Square 6 60 it OU IIS (l 1(1 5i Hi Ml 27 (10 14 M! if 50 . 37 (II 1H 00l 80 001 4S 01) 2 UOi . 6uj 65 "0 PENCTLETTES. Cleveland Uiust" nix Sabbath schools, all doing well. Dressed pork in bringing 7 cents er jiound In Bristol. Col. T. Fort !s the Democratic nom inee for Mayor of Chattauooga. The earthquake shook up Mnryville, the only place ouUdde i.f Knoxville, i0 far a we have heard, that It wa felt. A Baltimore Bar van t girl the other morning tried that good old time honored plan of lighting the kitchen fire with kerosene. Nothing has benzine of her since. Mr. L. B. Hoit, patentee of the " Prairie Corn Hheller," is in Chatta nooga to make arrangement to have it manufactured. He will do well to give Knoxville a call. A fi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 17 November 1875

auioillc tLcilcchln t&lbig ant) (tfljroniclc: aMrtmcstmii, Jlofacmbtr ), i87o. (MUMU1XUI Ktmxville lllilK litlll-liel ts:fi. liuoavlllo) lironlrle t-lxli-Uli l lr7. WKILNESDAY, NOV 17, 1S7. The Republican) earned forty-J fix C'iDties In New York and the ! Deinocra e fourteen. The oflli'ial returns fiom Iowa show that Kirkwn. d, Republican can dilate for Governor, wus lecled ly 31,74i majority. There are seventy-two counties In Kaunas. Iu the lute election the Re puhlieiius carried sixty nine of them and the Democrats! only tliree. The nrillinieticman of the Dem ocratic pHrty in at work on the Presi dential outlook. He figures a tie Id the Electoral College. Thl is loo clone. Try again. If Hip Nashville American could only get the Government credit down to its standard as shown in the price of Tennessee bond, how happy it would feel. What a harvest there would then he for the rings ! IV Is now eald that the new Dem ocratic Legislature of Miasi-sdppl will Impeach Governor A me. Th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 17 November 1875

lUiorbillc wlcchln fcclhtcr nnu Cbromclc : ' (kHconcsto, STtobcmbcr 17, 1875. ' c , ... . .. , I I 1. mmimm 1 , I ,.,r 1 1 Vtn'W!.t ... if n ii I " .1 ' i.e. ff". i ;1 H P? bi ; 1' .; I .' .. jffc .N liaiiiiisi ti 3f Mil! Ml iTUMK2...r.CTvit-s COWAN, M'CLUNG & COMPANY, Importers and Wholesale Dealers DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, CLOTHING, HARDWARE AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE, GAY STBEET, KIIOIVILIE, 1!Ef.'iSSBE2. KKSl'KCTKL'LLY INVITK T11K AT TK NT ION OK TH K TIIADK TO Oil; VKKY LARGE AND WELL-ASSORTED STOCK OF XIT srx EL R bb. all "XaV 3. nan ten- 2i ai ai all SIMMONS' jc, nrw Bins for DYSPEPSIA, CONSTIPATION, Jaundice, Bilious attacks, SICK IIEAD ACHK, Colic, Drprouiun of Spirit, SSOUli STOMACH, Heart Burn, it., &c. Iii fault'w family maJicine. Iw nt diBrrange ihe pypiem. Ih sure to cure it takea rffuUrly, no driMtic violent meliciti6. Uoennot mterfcr with burinefB. Is nn intoxicating baverajrA, Contain! the umplest and beft remed'iM. CAUTION 1 I Kuy no loV4terN or Prepared MTlMOXt' U...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 17 November 1875

Jtnoibillt ff&Uchlp ano iXronutt: fcflUtmcsDap. IJobtmbcr 17, 18'o 8 HOME .CIRCLE. Written fnr th KnoiTille Chronicle. Tin: Lovr. or unit. Like a cradlo rocking, rnoliiit. Silent, peaceful, to anil fro, I.ikn a mother'a awed look ilr On the little face below. I'l'IOft Hangs the green earlli, swinging, turning, Jarless, noiseless, safe and slow, Falli the light of UoJ's face bending fV)wn and watching us below. A:iJ aa feeble babes that suffer, To?s and cry, and will not rest, Are the ones the tender mother Holds tlio closest, loves the best. ? ) when we are weak and wretched, By our sins weighed down, distressed, Then it is, that God's great patience Holds us closest, loves us best. Front New Market, New Market, Tenn., November 12, 1R75, To the EilUors of the Chronicle: Relieving that an item or two from this place would be welcomed, we " dot" as follows : A very interesting meeting has been In progress t the Presbyterian Church since ttie adjournment of the y.vnod last Haturd.'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 24 November 1875

(tkvmddt am VOL XXXVTI -NO. 35 KNOXVILLE. TKNN.: WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 24, !S75. WHOLE NO 1907 WASHINGTON. aath. of Vice Proidsiit Wilson. Preparations for the Funeral. WimisoToN, Nov. 22. The Vice Tresi dent died Tory suddenly it 7:30 this nnrn ihg. He rested well last night, awoke at 7 a. m., and expressed himself as Tolling bright and better. Sat up in hit bed to take his medicine, nd lay dawn on his left iiia end expired in ft fev moment without a struggle. Senator Ferry is President of the Senate pro tempore. The Cabinet was in extra session at a late Isonr. Secretary Fish will represent the Cabinet ai tho mooting of Senators and Judges of the Supreme Court at noon, to arrange for the funeral, after which the President will issue appropriate orders. Tho (Supreme Court adjourned till to-morrow. No opinions to-day. Tho flsgi here and northward are all at half mast. EXKCCTIVB Maksioh, Washington, Nov, 22, 1H75. It is with profound sorrow thai t'ue Pres ident lias to announcs to the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 24 November 1875

jSAnoibtllf cilccllr oDlhig una ilhronirlc: 'ftlUtinrscun. Uobcmbcr IS Vo'it'nttrri framed "5Tf. rriv at Know Vrtj h? S t in Lmt miow Cn-el We ioe.iU nJ tardar i 4 p m Arrive at Cartha. h i in .3 ypm Butlrr, by (irti vi 1 St.n.t tn n) ami K k ull- to K ;.t Muutiiin. 16 mile td rturi oik mi leare HiU'or Sntunl iy " a Arrive at Ko u Mm-ihi-iiii hy 1 ui ijave It "in i Muiiui m Sit'urJ. y ut 1pm Arrive at iiutl-r ly 7 pm H.irul rf'iinrr I Mh iiiii ! . 4tM From Th m Hill ty Ani rnn (n n). Hull Point ll itiiii'nni M- lnw(ifi in 1 Mi- Henry Mry' (no- i Sti fdviiie, 2V miies and r turn inre week Xoave lh"-n II 11 I'ri.ui ut S ui Arrive rt iiH' , iil 4pm lev Snro ivil'e S:i'it-'1: nt a rn Arrive at Iho it liil iiy 4 p u B nd re iwr i with hil M Vi Kr-'in Speedwell tieul -f U.irren and U tin lo L'i-ir Sprit;, 2 ri-ilc and reltim once a wok. Laavo SpetMlwell FrM y a 7am Arrive at Cifiir Sprinir i-y V p m ieavo Cler M-r'n.n :-ttur lnv hi 7 ft ra Arrive nt Spf -well hy 7 p m llond riuired with u...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 24 November 1875

Jf.norbillc $Uchlp ccLlbig anl bronielc: wHcimcsDnn, jloixmbcr 24, 1875 19196 From Sparta, by Green Tree, Solon, unci Mount Gllead, to Bee Creek, 29 miles andbeck, onoe a week. le-ave Sparta Tuesday at 8 a m, Arrive at Bee Creek by 6 p m, 1eave Bee Creek Monday ut 7 a m, Arrive at Sparta by 4 pm. ii'ind required with tld, $200. 19197 From Sparta, by Clarktown, riensant 1.1 ill, I'omona, Howard Springs, Cron ville, Kiuimer's Slnnd (n. o.), Falling Spring (n. o.), and Post Oak Springs, to Kingston, Ii2 miles and back, twice a week. Ideate Sparta Monday and Thursday at 4 a ni, Arrive at Kingston next days by 12 ni, Leave Kingston Tuesday and Friday at 1 p in, Arrive at Sparta next days hy 7 p m. Bond required with bid, $700. 1919S From Crossville to Wartburgh, 81 miles and back, once a woek. Leave Crossville Wednesday at 7 a in, Arrive at Wartburgh by 0 p ni, Leave Wartburgh Thursday at 7 a in, Arrive at Crossville hy 6 p in. Bond required with bid, $300. 10199 From Livingston, by Monr...

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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 24 November 1875

ihiortillc CUc k In Wt big xrib 'brcmttc: Icimcslmn, Uobcmbcr 25, 1875. 4 HaoivMlo Whl( Fwtnfeliotied LaoBvlllet'hronlrle t.tblih rt 1H70. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 24, 1875. The influence of Moody and Raukey seems to be felt, not only Id the Brooklyn Itink, where their spe cial services are held. Dr. Crosby, of the rresbyterlan Church, and Dr. Tyng, of the Protestant Episcopal Church, both men of the very highest influence are giving them encourage ment. They are encouraged by the hearty co-operation of leading minis ters In all the Evangelical Churches. The influence of the great evangelists is spreading all over the country and the proepects are that the coining win ter will be a Reason of (treat awakening on the subject of leligton. One by one the American Is read in if its Democratic cotemporaries out of the party. Our good friend Jno. E. Helms, of the Morristown Gazette, has received a warning note, and if he does not walk up aod toe the Demo cratic mark made by the big organ at Nashvil...

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