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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 15 December 1875

r lUft VOL XXXVI --NO. 558. KNOXVILLE, TKNN. : WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER ir, IS75. W1IOLL NO 1010 a ijimwuiilu1 i.i Ml t'-fi Synopsis cf the President's Message Washington, Dee. 7. The message opens as follows: In uVin 1 1 1 i n my seventh annual message Congress in the Ceutentilal year of our national existence as a free unci independent people.lt ali'ordsniegreat pleasure tore cur to the advancement thai has been made from the time of the colonies, one hundred years ago. We were then a people numbering nly three mil lions, now we nuinher more than forty. Then Industries were confined a I in oh t exclusively to ttie tillage if the noil, now manufactures absorb much f the labor of the country. Our liln-rtit u re main unimpaired, the bondsmen have been freed from slavery, and we have become possessed of the respect i'' not the friendship of all civilized nations. Graphic uud well worded details follow, ONSTtTCTIoNAI. AMDNl'MKNll Mil (if.'STKl). The President earnestly recom mends that a Co...

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. — 15 December 1875

Jtnotbillc ecicchlii colhig ;mo Cbronidc : TOctmcso:.j?, Jlmmbcr 15, lS'o Continued from of parf. Arrive f Snow Creek by 3 p m Lmvp Mtow Crveic Wtdoetiifty ani Saturday t 4 p in Arrire nt CRrtSae bv p m 132J From Uuiler, by .rnvil. Stout' (n o) kiiI Klk Mill? to Koitn Muuutnin, 16 miles mi rmurn one week. Leave Barer Hurartl iy at 6 m Arrive t Hon Mountain hy U m Leave Koan Mountain Saturday ut 1 p ra Arrive at Butter by 7 p m Bond required ,th bid l-fK 19j24 From Thorn Hill ty Andertmn (n o). Ball Point, Dalton'i (o o. Mealnwfield and Ms Henry Bny'i n o) to Sncedviile, 24J$ miles and return onre a week. Leave Tborn Hill Friday at ft a m Arrivi at Pneeuville by 4 p m Leave Sneolville Saturday at 9 a m Arrive at Thorn Hill by 4 p ra Band required with bid $. 3tf3J5 From Speedwell by Hed of Barren and Haiti to Clear Spring, 2i mi lei and return on? a week. Tjoave Speedwell Friday at 7 a in jrrrive at Clear Sprinc by 7 p m Leave Clear Spring Saturday at 7 a m Arrive at Kpee-weil by 7 p...

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. — 15 December 1875

K4WIW 'kTWmP.. tymw Jlnorbillt ftiHcthln ftttlbtcj anb Chronicle: etocancsbap, December 15, 1873 19190 From Sparta, by Oroen Tree, Solon ami Mount Gilead, to Bee Creek, 29 miles and,back, once a week. Icave Spans Tuesday t 8 m, Arrive at Bee Creek by 6 p ui, Leave Bee Creek Monday at "am, Arrive at Sparta by 4 pin, Bond required with bid, $200. 19197 From Sparta, by Clarktown, rirasant Hill, Pomona, Howard Spring, Cross ville, Kimmor'i Stand (n. o.), Falling Spring (n. o.), and Post Oak Springs, to Kingston, 02 milos and back, twice a week. Leave Sparta Monday and Thursday at 4 am, Arrive at Kingston next days by 12 m, Leave Kingston Tuesday and Friday at lpm, Arrive at Sparta next days by 7 p u. Bond required with bid, $700. 19193 From Crossville to "Wartburgh, 31 miles and back, onoe a week. Leave Crossville Wednonlay at 7 a m, Arrive at Wartburgh by 0 p m, Leave Wartburgh Thursday at 7 a m, Arrive at Crossville by 6 p m. Bond required with bid, $300. 19199 From Livingston, by Mon...

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. — 15 December 1875

liig & (fehramrh. Millllf WhlB Ealftbllnbrd 1H3. Halillle hroalcle Eabllhrd 170. WH. G. BKOWXLOW,lintipal Editor. WM. RULE, Managing Editor. ri.KM or SI BM RIPTIOJI. Oaonnfir.one yer,... t 2 CO OiMimpy, lii mnnthn .. I IK) Tnoopirs, one rar . IS ( Twenty oopiog, ont renr Si) t WEDNESDAY, DKO. 15, 1873. We presume that the Democrats will lmve very little to gay in the future about "Salary Grabbers.'1 Hon. George M.' Adams, the Democratic Clerk of the ilouseof Representatives, is one of " tlieni fellows.'' The editor of the Nashville American thinks Mr. Kerr is nut in a "financial wilderness" like that iu which Senator Key is lust, and hence, for the present, it will not read him out of the parly. Thi-i will certainly be grntifyiug to Mr. Kerr. But then, Kerr's resignation wool 1 not creates vacancy in Tennessee, to which the editor of the American might lie ap pointed. That makes u great deal of difference. Tiieuj: was no session of the House yesterday, the reason being tlint a D...

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. — 15 December 1875

jkorbille Mlccklrj M)ig,'ani) Gronulx: il&tiMtsbai), gcccmber 15, )675 GREENEVILLE LETTER. PORK PACKING. ABOUT SHEEP-KILLING D0G3. JhU & (tshromrtc. il.e Oiosin R tuiiilo'l free to in? i'lrri Knee of l vrrttnlnv In Wrrhly. Ten linei. -r 1m. oiirt. to constitute qtuire. i! a T. ;l - .' 1 Ml Ok I'vtuare.. 2 Mjuar' JViuart l-squarM 5q.uare t Vl It SO fl Wi S S) tt 01)! II M II 00 14 (X 14 W 16 V H 50 10 M 14 5" is on iw oo n oo $is oil IS Ml, 27 on S3 SO S7 tn SO (K)l 4-S 0,1 W Mil M V) 3 no: 4 ft) 8 Ml 7 50 WAHTIID, WANTKD, An ann-ratis Ban to cmtrol thapairain thii diitriot ot a etapla ar ticle in the ar.uiery line. Any active man may seoure a permanent cash bu.inewt and a mon opoly that ran be made to pay $",(. 00 per an nnm, by ad'lrrspinf. with st-tnp erclofd for an pwer. WAN U MIAN M'FaJ CO,, 147 lUaue Htreet, new York. xiid.itwlit PENC1LETTES. Isaac Mct'arty, a graduate f East Tennessee University, In teaching school in Chop Tuck District, Hawk ins county. An ear nf corn...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 15 December 1875

1 Unotbillc Mtthk anD omrlc: cbncsbag, Qutmhx 15, 1875 ff (jjjhranirh. tannine Whig r.MafcllnhfMi lt3. tinoxvlllet lironlrle Eatabllahrd 1H70, WEDNESDAY, DKC. 15, 1875. lion. J. H. rlatte is contesting the float in Congress of Hon1 Jno. Qooile, of the Norfolk District, Ex Gov. Wise appears as Platte's counsel. Senator Morton introduced resolution in the Benate yesterday, looking to a change in the mode of electing the President and Vice Presl lent of the United States. Hon. Oeorge M. Adams, fa mil lany Known as "Matt, ' who was elected Clerk of the House of Repre sentatives, is almost near enough to our State to be a Tenuessecan. Here sides in Knox county, just across the line. He served in the Union army during the late war. Gen. Alvlu C. Gilleni, w ho died last week in Middle Tennessee, will be remembered by a great many East Teuuesseeans as having had an iui porUut command here during the late war. His command was made up al most entirely of. East Tennessee troops. The Boss Democ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 15 December 1875

Itnotbillc Mcchln c&Uj'kj an& (Snmiric : ($trtmcsfc;tn, Jlcccmbcr 15, 1875. A if. fiMr..: I ' ;.m " il ft IC K; H' S SIMM COWAN, M'CLUNG & COMPANY, Importers and Wholesale Dealers DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, CLOTHING, ubo'-jtw, nntn:, jsn:.ar, HARDWARE AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE, GAY STREET, KNOXVILLE, 1 ENNESSEE. RESPECTFULLY INVITK THE ATTENTION OK THE TKADE TO OUK VEKY LARGE AND WELL-ASSORTED STOCK OF 13T sHJL sa, 13 el a& W Q do. tfc e n- as 3B oil "Wliolownle nud 3Iiiiut"nttuiiiit; I )r-n u;g;rt). EXQL3SALE AND MANUFACTURING I'OK MDKLY E. J. St.F()RI) A. CO DRUGG I STS.tU AMIIKIM. ALKCRS Largestand Best Selected Stock of Drugs ever offered for Sale in the South With our inrea?o f cilitim for lnirtncs, our lurge stock, anil exj-.erienco in the Drug tratle.wenro '"!' AI,xi LOWiiR than ever betore eivrr, in this market. ' VK ASK AN EXAMINATION OF OUK STOCK EY ALL BUYEItS OF Drugs, Patent Medicines, Paints, Oils, Glass, Cement, And especially solicit a continuance of pntronaee...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 15 December 1875

Frnfesfior Tymlill, l'i reply l Me lVIfrt-t CtiMr-, ll.l ill's l!i- i 1 1 - l-' thiiiTf, iiiti'-r, n'nl Hi m) 'IV.. si's Piq iH!-y i"Uirlli-i"ii tll-it c:i;i "f lliiu:; . W i" lie! r i 'Tii mi', lie c n rlililr, mit-l l..ivi' i i luMV i1, wt" in it-1 tt r:: i.f tin- nifiM' i 1-y nli-rrv H ; mill, iiW;-r-, whilt it Tii I' iwWut n.i- j. .if i;ni!rr.!iiiiil i. I' .i'..iv.- N. t. Vl I.DVtT V. I liwTvrr. COMMEUCIAI.. ' il'K Dp-. It. 1975. improve- "Wheat i .'.'itiinlt'8 dull with no .cent to nolo tn our quotations. Shippers tire only olVi-ririR from III to 40 i ents f r corn slioliod. and delivered hero, an 3 it i not likely that tho latter price will 1'0 offered Very long as the South seems to ': j well supplied. As the holiday approach, tho doniand or emirs', poultry nr.J such articles increases. Feathers arc dull and a shndo lower. Wo qii"te : "Wukat t Jn i ; white prime, fl.OOul.d".. C hi:; Old cr.-p, r.on in market ; now, "oa lit cents. JjAKD Kinn, lie OATS :'j4Uc. Irish I'otatok.i ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 22 December 1875

d ' $ Ivj "ii , "VOL XXXVTT- -NO. 8. KNOXVILLE, TENN.: WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER , IS75. WHOLE NO 1911 CONGRESSIONAL. FirstSession Forty-Fourth Congress SKNAT1C. WiHHiKOTrm, D. C Deo. Id. Mr. Morton also submitted the following: Unsolved by the .Semite, tbe House of llcpresentatives concurring, That tho peo ple of the United States constitute a Na tion, and are one people in tho sense of national unity, KeiolTed, That the Government of the 1'nitod States is not a compact between the States in their municipal or corporate character!), but was formed by tbe people of tbe United States in their primary ca pacity : that the rights of tho States are defined and guaranteed by the Constitu , tion, and . not by any outside theory of State sovereignty; and that the rights of the States can not be enlarged or dimin ished, except by an amendment to the Constitution. Kesolved, That the rights of the 8tatos have the same sanction and seourity in the Constitution as the rights and powers of the Nationa...

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

JlnotbtUc ttdicckljj fcclbig anD &bronie!t: ftfllttmcsoap, gtrcmbtr 22, 1823 g7i f (fshronhh. WEDNKSDAY, DEC. 22, 1875. DOGONEDNESS. Tor aiexl Roy on tin Una; Fuml tiif .tun. To the Editor of the Chronicle Tlutt " Hk.v" Ictti-r which npi'dueil in the CmtiiNK LK nf llu-lodi, vatlii" doglsliewi jiieiv of 1 1 1 1 rittii rt; I Imve ever porn. feci o.im pi i oriii ciselt, hoili ax In nlmtrict, rXri..miciii and lopU'nl fpieiiri". Kulistiintiully "Jt'iy" tell iliat tbe "devil, gciier.i'ly, hits ji t into the dogH, (ihii icul;irly. That a don (cr two) will travel tiht or nine miles and kill " w hole 'lo.fk of sLieeji'' iust fur the fun of the thini;, and lor Hie alien, H lilo-iii. That one old clou that had contracted the huhit, contin ued it when he was m old he could n't do or wiiH "hoi lit lor unytliiri el.stf. That " Wa-li l'lice. our district, tracked a dog "le a year abound killed it, hut not until H hud killed tbirtv lam t." Not.- the fact. That was Jileen lamf to the mile, or a ...

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

JtooirbUlt Sftttthlg WinQ ant) Cjjwradt; MUuiicstmn, gctcmbtr 22, 1875 BLOUNT COUNTY. KtisoilOB AtTntw In Dllllfr'a Co-D-prrat Htragglc Mwe it roamabl Mii4l Prlaontr. Maryvili.e, Ten., Dec. J.I, ISTj. To the Editors of the Chronicle : At tbe liutt tu rn of Hip Circuit Court, Jack Davis, who had for eouie lime kept Buitastauding, in which ho wan (lefeiidHiit, uml tlic State of Tpiines'i'e plaiutiU', was convicted In several nils demeanor cases, and sentenced to work out, the line and coMh In the work house. Home time after court, heiuK at work In accordance with toe oen tonce, Jitck walked off without hld ilinR tils guard cood bye. Ho litis hcen keepintr himself very scarce ever since, until a few days ai;o the otlieers heard of his whereabouts, and last Wednes day morning Constable W. W. Kresh our, i( Tuckaleechee 'ove, with a puard, went into the vicinty where Davis was thought 1 1 ho Maying, in Miller's Cove. The Constable and puard secreted themselves until a favor able opportuni...

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

linoflrillc cutcchln ftcllb'g anlr Ijronitlc : Mctwcstwn, Jlcrcmbcr US, 1875 4 jlaoxvlllu Whlic :lnbllxhril 1H:1. Koavllle4 hrnnlrl Kklnbllnhrtl 1HTO. inf. c. iJKoir.v.oir,vi'ndi; ;wor. Wit. RULE, Managing Editor. n ims or si iii Kirri'. Onaeopy.one year...... $ 2 PO Ose copy, lii nionihfl H 1( 0 TQ eorin. nne yenr l' C" Twenty copies, one year 3'i no WEDNESDAY, DEC 22, 1S75. The Cliurcli property of New York City is found to be worth from eighty to ninety millions of dollars. lion. Benjamin J. Leu is a prom inent candidate for Congress in the Ninth District at the next . November election. Ex-Governor John C. Blown bus been tendered, and, we learn, has ac cepted the appointment of Vice-President of the iexaa Pacific Railway Company. The Washington correspondent of the New York Tribune thinks that the race for the Republican Presiden tial nomination has narrowed down to two men Blaine and Bristow. On t he receipt at New York of the information contained in Gov. Por ter's open letter...

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

Jinoibillc S&Uchln iLClhtg ant) bronide : Mcbncsiian, pcccmbcv l2 1873 5 hit & (fjirvuirh. Of the CnHuxicn mailed Ire to any addree OQ ftpiMii :il ixtl. Knten of AriTerlUtnc lu Weekly. Ten linen, er lend, eolld. to constitute a iquare. S i i Sriri. lSt-nare. ' ft W 3 square 3 00 33quaretc 4 frl 4 Squares 6 .Ml 5Squiirc 7 50 1 1 1 ( m w ll Otli n w u on! 1 of 14 ool m 5 a a a frt fto ft on tt"i on 10 M lrt M 21 im 14 M if.1 SO 37 fn Is uo soon .' on 28 OU t 40 W M DEATH ON THE RAIL. llrnkeinrtn Falls from ft Freight Tram, nnd I Killed Otilrlu'it. WANTFP. An anerretit! nan to etntrol the mtleit in thii tliftriot ut a mple ar ticle in the grocery line, Anr arlive man may secure a permanent cuh buslnewt and a mon opoly that ran ho made to pay IV'IW per an num, he rMrcpptnr, with Ft-nip endowed lor an rwtr. MANHM1AN M'i 'li CO,, 147 Keade Street, New York xiid.lt2t PKK 'ILKT'lEN. Chattanooga is to have a new weekly paper.entitled the Watchman. It will be edited by Dr. G. A. Gowin...

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

Jinoibillt Icchlji ftHjrig atxt) CjjromtU : Mctmtstaii, gcccmlicr 22, 1875 6 Iffoff & j&hranitk. knoxville WblK Katnltllalird IH3B. KnoxwIlloC hronlrle .I1II1ipI INTO. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 22, 1875. A DiPMBKe from the Pre.-iik-nt on MiwiHHlppI n flair Is txpeeteil won, ami i looked forward t with im r tlinary degree of interest. The New York Heruhl exhibits new fitak of ni-wnpuper enlcTprUe by iri?ii7.itir an expedition to dii- tnvr tho whcreahiMita of Boss Tweed. We regret to learn that a man, who t-houSd have so completely up proveil hiircilf n sneak as Jno. 11. HendeiH.ou hm done, id a native of East Teiines.-er. Kant Teuuessee is prolilicof clever people, but when the furnishe a mean man, we defy the world to beat him. Mr. Brodhead, who was appoint ed to succeed Henderson na special counsel in the prosecution of the whisky eas'.-s at St. Louis, it a Demo cratic lawyer, and is the man to whom General Frauk 1 Blair wrote his cel ebrated Brodhead letter in the Presi dential canv...

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

ftnofbtllc tMcchln lljig nntr QT6roiuclc : 'eSlcbncsbnn, Qctcmbcr 2a, 1875. COWAN, M'CLUNG & COMPANY, Importers and Wholesale Dealers 4 IIsT DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, CLOTHING, ;nBi&nrj5, f:isn:ai.E:i9 Tmm-si, ::.- - 1. .,!. 11 1. k.. . irL J'i! f-& Wtt - 111.. VO' TtT-rr . ki 3mxmfmm mm mk r) V'l1ri V T'l'ffli jIHlI!1I iJulr ?-truf J Sf o en, Tlmvnre, &c. HAWKINS, BUTT CO., manufacturer;, & wholesale dealers I STOVES & AND AN ASSORTMENT OF HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS in their lire. Dinkier, of CALYAKIZEtf) JltGff CORNICE, WINDOW CAPS And Ex-i'T Proration and Sliest Mital Worker ot r very I) our p i n Si cfinl Attention TV-! to JOBIIKR8 OK WOODENWARE, imo.,is i?iu m s,m;ivi.s, HOLLOW WARE, IR0N&W00DEN PUMPS. STEAM AND OAS FITTING. I'or rUULIC Dni PRIVATE BUILDIN'J innia a PHEJI AI.TY. For DVPl'El'SIA. COXSTII'ATION. Jsumlice, Hilious uttncks, SICK 1IF.AU ACHK, Colic, Depreosion !' Sorit.. "L'K STOMACH, lhurl Burn, if., &o. Ifl a faultless family inodic iae. i m ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 22 December 1875

Jnobillc auicchln cwlljig ana roniclc : cuTctincso;in, Member 22, 18'a e IIOMK CIRCLE. niusr'n ItllAlsOWN. Tlio ;'n nilm liavd dropped from Imt iutvc-li'.- hiinl. An shr wutclios the ilysm; embers lIow, Kerciit frnm 1 lie lirnml old iliiumey plaoc (mo ghostly Fhadows of "long ni;o" Slmlows that carry lior lmi k nuin To tlic time of her childhoods artless ioy ; thriilt-ws t h (it show lier 11 tiny row Of blockings awaiting t lie Christmas toy; Shailowa that show lipr tlio faros lovid Of many n half-forgotten frirnd; Arid tlic Christinas eve it is passing by, While Past an J l'rosont in shadow bloiiJ. Alone in the dear old lioiiiestt'.u now, "With only the dnidowi of "Auld Lang t-vno, The clock is tickine the moments on, Whilo the tears in her aged eyes still shine. If only from out the silent world Tne world of shadows which mock her eo One might return to his vacant chair, To sit with her in th fire-light's glow ! If only Was that a white, white hand That seemed to beckon her out of...

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

-' ,( . ""I C . 3 , c-, P ' t-t 'i VOL XXXVTI-NO. 40 KNOXVILLE, TENN.: WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 29, 1S75. WHOLE NO 1912 TELEGRAPHIC SUMMARY. DOMESTIC. Chahmtoh, 8. C.Dec. 21. Got. Cham berlain h refused to issue the commissions of Whlppef and ex-Gov. Moses, Ibe obnox ious Judges elect, giving the following statement of hi reasons ; I decline to sign the commissions of W. J. Wbipper and J. F. Moans, Jr., elected aa Judges of the Circuit Court of this Bute by the General Assembly, on the 16th Inst., for terms to begin August 20, 1876. By the Constitution of tho State, the Judges of the Circuit Court are to be eleoted for terms of four years. Ity a series of adjudicated cases in the highest Court of the State, extending from 1821 to 1872, it has, in my judgment, been determined that oftieers elooted under tho provisions of luw similar o this provis ion of the present Constitution are entitled to bold their otliccs for the full term pre scribed by tbe Constitution or laws under which the ele...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 29 December 1875

Jtnoxbillt .SftUchlg Sftlbicj ;mt iXJjromc.c: ftfllrtmcsDaji, .gtambcr 29, Q7o Financial. WEDXESDAV, DEC. 20, 1875. FIELD AND FA11M. A berdtmari namcl M. Pilnt it felobrn ted in the north of France for un excellent Tarlety of thorp known as "Brebiarea,". formed by tha Dishley and a croi Merino breed, which be maintain! by careful elec tions and crossings. The Iambi at their birth weigh from niue to twelve pounds, and, like tbeir mothers, are objects of stud ied care in tbe matter of gnoi feeding. "When six weeks old the tails of the lambs are amputated, and in march castration takes place. The weaning is effected grad ually and it is in the happy selection of lambs to be retained as rums, that M. Pilet excels. With the males, the permanent teeth commence to show between the twelfth and thirteenth month, the animal is adult at thirty months. For fattening, be selects the animal having the chest broad and deep, eye lively, bead small, forehead broad, hind quarter well developed, bones...

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

JlMjjrbillf o&lcchls ($)ig ano (Cjjwnirlc: Mcimtsimji, Jctcmbcr an, 1S75 3 AN OLD FRENCH LADY'S REMEM BRANCE OF NAPOLEON. Bjr ttrare 4lrrnwo4 In Htw Trk It men. Oar friend, the old French lady, of whom I uav already spoken, ; of Josephine: "Hhewaauot pretty, but iibe was the most graceful woman in the world." Of Napoleon, whom he remembers aa First Consul and as Em peror, abe nlfoa asingularly vivid tie crlptlon. HUe ays that though in youth he waa thin and sa'.low, and in middle age stout and pale, bis face had always a strange beauty stern, yet delicate; soinelbing almost fearful. "His eyes were like blue steel, yet when at rest they bad an absent, dreamy look ; it was only when they regarded you that you felt their power: then something cold and sharp seemed to pass through you. His finely-curved chin was rrni as marble, but it had a dimple ttt for a young girl. He had a small, beautiful mouth, which seemed always ready to smile and never smiled. His speech was abrupt and sta...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 29 December 1875

JInorbilLc ftSlccklfi ftMjjig anb dferflmtk : . Mdmtsbaa, gcrcmbcr .Slff, 1875 cfj (hronhlc. alasiTlllr; Whlsj EMnhllalird l:if. Kaoxvlll ChroaleU bllhl 1HTO. WM. G. XROWNLOW, Principal Editor W3f. RULE, Mutinying Editor. nuns or rt'RiFTio-. noeopy.one year t S Oil One copy, six months .. 1 no Ten copies, one year - IS (si Twenty copies, oae year SO 00 WEDNESDAY, DEC. 29, 1S75. The story of the Chicago Inter Ocean, relating to what Babcook is oing to do, souuila slightly sensation &1 rattier too much bo to be strictly reliable. .Speaking of the Republican members of the House of Representa tives, the New York Herald says it is "the ablest minority ever seen in that body." We noticed a few days ago that Gov. John C. Browu bad been tender ed the appointment of Vice-President of the Texas Parifio Railroad Com pany. We learn that lie lias accept ed. His well known energy and business capacity will prove of value to that great euterprie. He will doubt less prove an efficient ofilcer,...

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