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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 24 November 1875

$nortnl!c ?3Uchln (ftlltg ant) CTbronttlc : IcDiusto, Tobcmbcr 1875 I KiomrLi mailed tree to any art'lrM on apu-i' - Hairs af tdrrrtuinc in Wcokly. Tan line, ar lew. tolld. lo eomtitata a ind.ire. s s H aricn. , u. JSauura SI 50- ft V II ) 11 SO . Ofi IIS do .! fever , 3 W SO' 1 M. 5" l 11 M1 27 in ..ytunre. 4 -Miuare 4 fH' H vl J ;v; li -" z.1 no a rii M) U HI 14 ( I IS (10 SO mil 4.S (VI 'ivaiaren 1 7 50j 14 (Kl Id S 28 00 ; -01 50 1 65 V PENCILETTES. Jesse Housely bi1 Kid Edwards had a difficulty iit Flag Pond, Unicoi county, which resulted in Edwards being shot at, but he escaped being In jured by leaving rather fust. "I never Ret mad at a fool," wus Ihe cutting remark of a man who funded himself affronted by auother. "That accouu.'s fnry&nr always bring on such amicable terms with yourself," wus the rejoinder. " Mamie," said a mother lo her lit tle iix year old, " if I was a little girl like you, I would pick tip all those chips." " Well, mamma," said the little one, "aint ...

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. — 24 November 1875

6 ilnotbiHc Icchln Ming anto onulc : iMctmcstan, Dobcmbcr a, 1875. fpr & (hromcle. Knnmrlllp Whlsr FMablUtiert lino. Unoivlllrl hroulrlat t.tiblihel 1STO. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 24, 1S7.5. The CinciDiinii Ciiizette pub lishes a pae and u liulf biographical sketch of Si-Dulor Morion, " Iiuliaua'g caudiiltile for (lie Presidency. " TheCmirier-.Ioiiriml, In h column editorial, advising it party what to do iuthe future, gays Hint " uieu like Sam Carey must lie taught to keep their places among the ot-volloper." $tii: time ntro wo rc-publishoil troin tho New York Mrthrxlist n re markable letter, alleged to have been written by Bishop C'apcr9, of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, in 1855. The letter purported to have been written to one C. R. Pit Pre, and at first published as residing at Clinton, South Carolina. It was furnished to Kev. Dr. Deems, of New York, who sent it to the Methodist. Its genuineness has been called in question, and an explanation fol lowed, which fixed Dti Pre's ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 24 November 1875

linorbillr Mcthln Whq ant) (Chronicle: 'fttctmcsto, Hobcmbcr ai, 1075. ll 3 7 HI . vV. ..' I; ' ' : .i I It! , H H...-V; :'ili tn."..!1 tj I --jt- ----- -" J---.w . mHi2K- w For DYSPEPSIA, CONSTIPATION, Ja.im'.i.e, l.iliou.- t.!t.-! ACIIK, Coli?, Depression of Spirits, SOU11 hi O.MACII, 11. :rl I;.. 1 n fuuit'p" fumily nvJh inc. iit dini.rrHiico iliw o'-' in. I - urt; to -ure ii tuken r fru'iir.y, I no iirnslir violent Tiit"licne, l--i'i.ot, mti'rfc-o ith liu-iiueMi. 1-s n int' .x'ftttiTiK l''Voriikrt. Cont.iin.t the kiuii Usi uiU beit renin lio. OAUTIOEJ ! I I iii j no ftovI?iN a- lrpr(l MtlIos' 1,1 T c ?i i: H'l, TOK uul hi In our i nffrHVt'rt l aj-j). r Ulx 'IV -! .3ai It, lanifi aiifi Mualure iiiihi oken. one til:vt ciiiktiic, f. BB. & 141., Macon. and l"lill;t4tliBila TUK SYMPTOMS of Liver Cnni.lnintrAiin o u;nc-8 ami oin in tho fido. Hittinief tv l'Ltn i l. the tiiouMt-r. ami tntifihiu lot ihtit iQiiiisn:. The Ptointtch is flin-iMed wnh trp petite ami vicknen bow In lit gm...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 24 November 1875

Jtnorbillc MUchln I (jig anD Chronicle: SfflTcDiusiwn, ffobtmbcr 2 . 16a HOME CIRCLE. A ffS ArT.vTFit. li yon lnnw tlint yon bare akr I I'm- tlif Ci'flliiflt thing I'vcr undo by tint Imml almv .' A wnmin'i heart aud a woman' lile A n.i a woman' vronJcrfiil lure 1o .Ton know you have askr.1 for this pi-icr-loss thin:; As a'chikl mi'ht ek for toy? Drtninding what others hive (liod to win, With the, rrckloss dh of a hoy I Vcu hav written my lesion of dnVy ont, Man-like yon hire quoitloned ma, NVw tn I lit t ho bar of my womn' oul I'r.til I hU question thee. You require jour mutton shell ba olwiyt hot, T.iur eoclii and your shirts he whole; ! leqoire your heart to bo tnio us God's Hurt, And pure us His bcavrn your toul. Veil require oook for your mutton and beet, I require a much urentor thing A seamjtres! yen'ro wanting for eock and shirts ; I look for a man and a king. A kin; for the beautiful realm called home, And a man that his maker, God, Snail look upon as He did on the first. An...

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. — 1 December 1875

i 4 nr VOL XXXVTI-NO. 36. KNOXVILLE. TENN. : WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 1, 1875. WHOLE NO 1903 LETTER FROM AN OLD DEMOCRAT. Beau H. H. rf urn the Sltaatlon. Washikoton Crrr, D. C, NoTembcr 20th, 1S75. r lh Hon. William Q. Broicnlow : Mt Db.ab 8i Meeting my much 4teemd frleod, your eldest bod, upon ine Pennsylvania avenue, on y eater day, and receiving from his lips the moat gratifying Intelligence touching the present state of your own physical health, as well aa the marked success which has attended upon your re- amuaptinn of the important duties of a newspaper editor, I have been in ioced (somewhat at his instance) to write yon this letter thus securing to myself the opportunity of expressing br you once more the high regard 'which I have so long cherished, and which I am happy to know has been it all time most cordially reciprocated ly yoarself. Allow me to say, that there is in my Judgment not a little in the ezistiDg dDBdition of our publio affairs of a nature to gratify the feelings ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 1 December 1875

$UorbHU Mcchlp $lbtg ana bronult : Mrtncso' i , igrrcmbcr ,: Ho A. V' Y' v Vontinurd from &d page. t4 ID Arwe at Carth&xe bv H p m J Frvn Uutkr. by i)rnvile Stout' n o 41 isik .Viillf to Koitit Mountain, lit milmi Lmvc Later Hutu iWy at 6 ft w . Arrive t llo . Muiir'niti by 12 i ;" lkv)t(An Mount - in rturdiiy t 1 p ru Arif nt Hull by 7 p m ' Band reqntr! lib bid $2 . KrninTh tm Mill ry Amiwin fn o). Hall i )hTOri'Mn . Mcadowfield nl Mc- tTy liry' (a o) u 3a dviu,74 miles aud 'urn oft a week. Veavr Thnrn It'll Friday at8nin Arrive nt Mn".inHf S? 4 p m b4t mile a'unlav nt ft a m ArnTt? at I hn n Hill by I p m BnJ rwiuir 1 with bid O. Krfiii isredwli by iiotd of Barren and Hnin to C-car i?irtug, j uitlca and retura nr. a week. lav speedwell Friday nt 7 m m Arrive ut 0 ear Sirin ty P m LuveCltur eSpri.'fr taTurJny at7 a ui Aivciit Spee well hy 7 p ni fin ml r' l'i'red with "id 0'. Km n 1 niim by C"yt n o to Lenoir . 14 njilc.- nnd re urn onfe 4 wertt, ! n't'-it SjiTtit n y :i t...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 1 December 1875

linortiillt cOlethln (fttj)ig anb (ftjjromrlt: MUcimcsDau, gctcmbcr 1, 1875 3"100 From Apartr., by Green True, Solon, and Mount Qilead, to lire Creek, 29 Mile and.baok, one WMk. r . . l-eove Sparta Tuesday it g t m, Arriveat Bee Creek by 6 p m, '' i fieave lie Creek Monday at 7 in, . Arrive ut Spurt by 4 pin. - ' bond required with bid, $200. ' ' 1 '.'17 From Sparta, by Olarktown, Pleasant Hill, I'omonn, Howard 6pring, (!rni villa, Kimmor's Stand (n. o.), Falling . Spring (n. .), and l'ost Oak Springs, to Kingston, t'2 miles and back, twice a week. i .Leave Sparta Monday and Thursday at 4 am, Arrive at Kington next days by 12 m, Leave Kingston Tuesday and Fridny at 1 p in. Arrive at Sparta next davs by 7 p m. Bond required with bid, $700. From Crossvllle to Wartburgh, SI ruilcn and back, once a week. Loave CroMville Wednesday at 7 a ni, Arrive at Wartburgh by 0 p m. Leave Wartburgh Thursday at" a in. Arrive at Crossville by 6 pm. Bond required with bid, $:5iK). T.'l'.CJ From Liviiit...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 1 December 1875

t j&notbtlU ft&cchlp &tbtg anb d&jjrmwle : cimcstmn, gctcmbtr 1, 1875. hid & f&hranich. ville Whl Katabllabea IMS. ivllle I'tiroalela ratblinhr4 1A70. mf. . JJKOITA'LOIP, Vinciml A;Wor JFJf. flUXf,', 3omi7 Kditnr, TKRMH or HCBArmiPTIOK. taaaapr.ons rr,... eir. iii noatiM....... TaaaopiMi, no fear Taaatr copies. oa raar.. t ! O 1 ro .. i.r u so no WEDNESDAY, DEC. 1, 1875. There were forty-five deaths in Cincinnati laat week from smallpox. The total mortality for flie week Id tlie wrty was one hundrel and eighteen. Theie are eight candidates for Congress In the fourth Ten nessee Dis trict. They all spoke nt Ijelauon on trieiurday, where Ed. H. Gollidiiy pro claimed himself an independent can didate. It is said now that the Con vention to he held next month to select a Democratic candidate will make no nomination. The Nashville American has Ailed three days in succession to le mand Senator Key's resignation. Has it become reconciled? It prohably eea Tilden's nom...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 1 December 1875

Jinorbtlle Mtehlg anu 0mrlt: Mtcimtsuag, gcrcmbcr 1, 1875 Wg (fehromck. THE HOG MARKET. FROM CLEVELAND. walk of m Cle4 N at Daekiswn H las Cnonoii aUed fr u aa MdM a anpifc nuoii. Bales el AAvertlalna- la Weekly. Ta lines, or Im. solid, to eonatltato a mow. Fries. H H S , t Oh M II Ml "T NN kit tt 00 15 on 3 00 W 8 10 6" 16 fie 27 00 4 6cl 00 11 SO 14 HI V. N) S7 N) ISO 1100 14 Oi IN 00 30 00 45 00 T 60 H 00 lo i. 2 00' . 40 5 W - .'. i' ISqaara.J: e-Miaarm SSq! PENCILETTES. Greeneville in going to havea (1 range rtore. A crow entered the Jonesboro Jotir a1 office on Thanksgiving day. while all were absent, and made plenty of "pi." Col. Juo. R. Minnie, Special Agent of the Pestoific Department, will have his headquarters In Kuoxville thin winter. The McMinn Orange High School baa been established at Mouse Creek, to open on the tilh of January, with Rev. J. Albert Hyden as principal. Mr. H. H. Dulaney, one mile east of Bristol, bad bin barn, two horses nad a large quantity of feed de...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 1 December 1875

Unottnllc Mcchln MbxQ mti onulc : SMctmcstmp, Sttcmbcr 1, 1875. rf (jjshronhh. Kneivlll Whlf -tahllhMt H3. ' Knnivlile I hroulcltt klnlilllird IHTO. WEDNESDAY, DK( 1, 187.). X IMPORTANT DOCUMENT. Wc publish in this paper nn inter esting and important letter from Hon. Henry S. Foote, of Nashville, now so Joiirning in Washington City. To the :dler class of our readers Governor 'oote's name is familiar. As far back as 1845 ho was elected hy the democratic party as a Jjcnator in Congress from Mississippi, in which state he then resided. Though a Democrat ho was a patriot, and. side )V tide with Henry Clay, he battled .or the Union in the Senate in 1850 when the Secessionists threatened to 1ctroy it. Then as a Vnion Demo- rat. he made a gallant fight in Mis. isipiii immediately after the adop tion of the Compromise measures, icing elected Governor by a small jajority over the arch enemy of the lonntry Tciferson Davis. Any other .i;m but Foote would have been tie- oate.l by Davis, l'.ut G...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 1 December 1875

f It: 1 f I ' I t i ftnoibillc 3dlcehtp iMbig nnb Cbromdc : tcuitcstmp, gmmbcr 1, 1875. . . ,ir.;- , . .. . . .. .. a sit -.irl si v l ar r 7 K i, I I ' r v V i I i" 73 r ft ,-: 1 lilt)' I -l".t M-;?f : -iiM,'!; Iff - jPfcSji') 1; !;! COWAN, M'CLUNG & COMPANY, Importers and Wholesale Dealers iisr DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, CLOTHING, HARDWARE AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE, GAY STREET, KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE. r -5'! i8i RKSIMX'TI'UM.Y INVITK THB ATTKNTIOX OK THIS TIIAUK TO OUli VEKY oit'iiil? lwt IfTTJ. LARGE AND WELL-ASSORTED STOCK OF SIMMONS' ?or DYSPEPSIA, CONSTIPATION, Jsundipe, Bilioui attucki, PICK HEAD A CUR, Colie, Depression of HpiriU, SOUR STOMACH, Heart Burn, &o., &c. In k fecltless family medicine. Ios not disnrrsnitn the ytt-m. Isiuretoeare it taken regularly. Is no draRtio Tiolont medicine, Does not interfere with buuinef b. ' If no intoxicating bTeraH, Contains the simplest and best remedies. CAUTION ! ! But no Powder or Prepared MlMOM LITER KlCrLA TOK udUm la oar engraved...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 1 December 1875

8 HOP CIRCLE. AS AtTTT'X ftO4. lh ul.atigrs will follow the ve.irs as they go, Ak1 ehadows mu mingle wit ti sunlight, we. know : ftcwcrs we gather will wither at Inst, 1KRwe arc singing be lost in tbo pat ; jne links must be broke in life's golden chain, Ai bells tht rang sweetly may not ring Kg tin! T-l why neeil w mourn, looking baok o'er the way, Hken forth in the future uch brightness may stay '.' K ' ill of our losses cornea something to Bain, . ad n!eur tle follows tbo footsteps of pato. t he TiTir that fiowoth forever the same V-ty follow one channel anil bear tlm one name; & it the Sowers i n its margin, the trcs and the crass, V'errveT most change with the M-asor.s that pa. AaJ tkTM cur afi'.jrtion the stream of the coal Sigt rmwai.l, l'orever nmhanginjr, shall roll. verongb that which bath biosomol once fair by its aide Way fink away Mowlv with timss ehbma tide. why need tv sorrow for joys that are gone, W!1 the life giving rirer forever flows on? Jennie Ilarrison. Ana...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 8 December 1875

VOL XXXVU -NO. 3T. KNOXVILLE, TENN. : WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 8, 1875. WHOLE NO 1909 FROM NASHVILLE. 8e.ial Difpatch tc the Chronicle, Nashvillk, Doc. 4, 10 p. u, Tbe bids for the lease of the Peniten tiary were opened on tbe 1st Inst., as ad vertised, and final ction deferred until to day. Tbe Oovoiuor refuses to again lease the Penitentiary, and leaves the subject open to be acted upon by the next Legisla ture. It is supposed that the Governor's partiality for tbo present lessees is the cause of this decision. The bids otTerod were: Landis & White, $49,000 a year; present lessees, $34,000. CONGRESSIONAL. First Session Forty -Fourth Congress SENATE. WASiimoToy, D. C, Dec. 0, 1875. The Senate was called to order, Mr. Fer ry iu the chair, The usual resolution, notifying tlio Pres ident and House of Representatives that the Senate was ready for business, was adopted ; after which Mr. Anthony made a statement that tbe message probably would not be received to-day, Mr. Boutwell announce...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 8 December 1875

Unorbillt gflctMp c'OIhig ano Chronicle: IcDncsnnn, Qttimhtx B, 18'o Continued from 3d page. Aavive at Know Creek bv S n m Leave fnow Creek Wednesday ud Saturday m i p in Arrive ai Cartheee bv fl it m J From Butler, by Granville Rtnut's (n n) and Kik Mills to Roan Moautain, 16 mile ewu rmurn "iw a tfi. Leave Ilal'er retn'dy at A am Arrive at Komi Mountain by 12 in Leave K ten Mountain Hetiirday at 1 m Arrive at Bntlar by 7 p ra llood repaired ith bid 131 '. ISM lrom Thorn Hill by Anderson (n o). Hall roini. Kaiton l tn ol. Maadowueld and Mo uenry HMys in ol tn rta-edville. 2Vi miles ana r turn once a wee,. Leave There. Hill Friday at Sam ArriTti M lnee,iTille by 4 a m Leave Sneeiville satgtlav at ( a tn Arrive at Tboia Hill by 4 n Bond rMiuir,-tf with h.tt ft.1 01 ltiS Frnni Hpewdweli by llcul of Barren and nam to t;icar Bering. mile and return axie a week. Iaaeve ciaeedw alt Friday at T a m Arrive at Ciear Sprint by 7 p m Leave Clear Hprln Saturday at 7 a m Arrive at Spee 'well by ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 8 December 1875

I 1 m ntmm. .... iinotbillt SSItthln lbrg ant omfle: Mctmcsimn, gcttmbcr 8, 1875. 2 Ml SO From Sparta, by Grwea Tree, Bolon. and Mount Qilead, to lino Greek, 29 1 milei and beck, once week. leave Spart Tuesday tl 8 I m, Arrivo at Bee Creek by 6 p m. Leave Ceo Creek Monday at 7 a in, Arriv at Bpartn by 4 pm. Bond requireiLwith bid, (200. l:'''7 From Sparta, by Clarktown. Pleasant II ill, Pomona, Howard Springs, Ororn vllle, Kimmor's Stand (n. o.), Falling Spring (n.o.), and Post Oak Springs, to Kingston, 62 milos and back, twice a ' ' week. T.eavo Sparta Monday and Thursday at 4 am, Arrive at Kingston next days by 13 m, leave KiogUon Tuesday and Friday at lpm, Arrive at Sparta next days by 7 p m. Bond required with bid, $700. 1U)y8 Prom Croseville to Wartburgh, 81 mile and back, once a week. F-a Crossvillo Wednesday at 7 a m, Arrive at Wartburgh by 6 p m, Leave Wartburgh Thursday at 7 a m, Arrivo at Croeeville by 6 p m. . Bond required with bid, $300. 10199 From Livingston, by Monroe...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 8 December 1875

TV luobUlc etilcckln aalbig ant Chronicle : (L&ctmcsiMn, gcccmbcr 8, 1875. 7 A hraniclc. JafliTllle Whig; r.Rtnbllohrd 1)1.19. llle'hronlrl Katabltsbed 170. rJT. G. BROWSLOW.rriixipal Editor. WM. RULE, Manning Editor. TERMS OF BrBftCBIPTISN. faeenrr.on '.. ........ Om oopy, six aoath, Tm eopies, ne year Twaatr MpiM, Ob rr . ....$ 2 on .... 1 Mi .... IS 00 .... so oo. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 8, 1875. Itev. Justin D. Fulton, Pastor of the Hanson Street Baptist Church, Brooklyn, has resigned again. They have a new name for it In Washington now. When the poli ticians want to imbibe, they say, " Let's take a Speakership." The pronpects for the election ol our young friend Neil S. Brown, Jr., to the Clerkship of the Democratic House of Representatives, do not ap pear very alarming. One hundred years ago the Bap- tists had one college and twenty-five thousand members in the United States. Now they have forty colleges and a membership of over two mil lions. The Cincinnati Commercial says the el...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 8 December 1875

llnxiibillt Mlcthlj) ant) brmiidt: iitoncstian, gcrtmbcr 6, 1875 7 6 (hf oniric. pf.cines opii:h '1 the Cl:omcL mailed frM to ur Udni Xmn of xlvvritNtng in Weekly. Tea linei. r leu. folid. lo eonltltote e iqaare Srac. 9 liuere.,1 33qaareej II V) u m M M B 60 10 J" t oo'tis on 3 00 4 AO .VI T 50, 1 60 W 60! 27 00 37 60 00 11 60 14 M 14 0C IH 00 4 Squares &Sqnnrw U 00 30 00 . M) 14 Ooj ! 5- 28 00 46 00 66 M PENCILETTES. Consolation for old maids" Misfor tunes never oome singly." A girl 12 years old got married in Hamilton county last week. Greene couuty has 20 subordinate Granges ; HI wltli a good membership What doen an hottest grocer do with bis'jroods? He gives idem away (a weigh). Why do honest ducks dip their heads under water? To liquidate taeir Utile tills. Mr. C. Hunter, of Washington county, raised 102 bushels of com on one acre of ground. Au Irish doctor lately gent his bill to a lady as follows: "To curing your uusuantl nil lie tiled. " It Is rumored tlmt Ureka Furnace,...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 8 December 1875

6 j&nofbilU tcchh) arib omclt: Mrtntstan, gtamhr 6, 1875. WhtQ it (fehronub. jiaasvtlle Whl Katakllahed 139. If st-lllertironlrle RatRk-llaiirrt 17. WE DN EH DA Y, DEC. 7 1875." Arkanaas has voted fifteen thon- and dollars to secure proper represen tation at the Centennial, and Tennea tee, with much more to exhibit, seen Vj be enveloped in a haze of uncer minty hr to that important eveirt. Tlie Auditor and Treaurerof the Mate of West Virginia have been im iieaohcd by tbe Legislature of that "tte for perverting their official posi tion to their private Interests. They ay not Republicans. 1 i Lus been suggested that J . II. Hill's opportunity has come again, ivnd that he will fill the columns of the filthy sheet ho edits with abuse of Henry Wilson. His appetite for slander has not been satiated yet, and .'ie is ot perhaps satisfied with hav ing rented his vituperation upon the tead Stanton, Canby, Thomas, Sum .er, Andrew Johnson and others, but will in all probability join the Sav...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 8 December 1875

ItnoroillrftMcchlp ,$l()ig .ant CbrontrU: Sttrtncsbap, gcfcmbcr.8, 1875 COWAN, M' CLUNG & COMPANY, Importers and Wholesale Dealers DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, CLOT;HINGp ibomt, Jiap;n:i, awjyricfi9 HARDWARE AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE, GAT STREET, KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE. U ESPECT FULL Y INVITE THE ATTENTION OF THE TRADE TO OUU VERY LARGE AND WELL-ASSORTED STOCK OF XIT ssi TJ Tl s& isa all ii del XI nr 33- cs cxt all m it:!", t?' rfcj.tv- it R I E t I,-.;.-., :.'ii .T iiMU.T Q. 1.. t" '' " Win'; n a J -I SIMMONS5 For DYSPEPSIA. CONSTIPATION, .Iimrirliee, Rilicus BltBcts, PICK 11EAD AOiiE, Colic, Dupreesion of tjpiiiU, SOUK STOMAC1I, Ueart Burn, io., ie. Is a faultlen family medicine. im not dtsarranuo the aynem. Tit suro to cure it taken rtunlarly. It no drastio violent medicine, Does not interfere with bunnes Jn no inUmcutiae beverai, Coattuai llie simi ltet and bet reraedioL CAUTION ! ! ny no I'owdem or lrepr4l MTfiltloXft' MVB.U Hi c;i I,A roil anl nil In our engraved urapper with TrIe ...

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. — 8 December 1875

6 HOME CIRCLE. THAT NEW WORLD. How gracious we are to grant to the dead Tlioaa wide, vague llalda m the loreign sgy, Reserving the world for oursplvei instead ; For we mint live, tliongli others must die! An I what U the world thnt we keep, I pray? True, it has glimpses of dews and flowers; Then youth and love are here and away, Like mated birds but nothing is ours. Ah I nothing indeed; but wf cling to it all; It is nothing to hearone'iown heartbeat; It is nothing to see one's own tears fall; Yet surely the breath of our life is sweet. Yes, the breath our lifa is so sweot, I fear We were loath to give it for all we know Of that charmed country we hold so dear, Far into whose beauty tho breathless go. Yet certain we are, when we see them fade Out of the pleasant light of the sun, Of the sands of cold in the palm loafs shade, And the strange, high jewels all those nave won. You dure not doubt it, O soul of mine ! And yet, if these vacant eyes could see One, only one, from that vojago ...

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