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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 14 April 1875

unit VOL XXX VT I-NO. 3. KNOXVILLE, TENN. : WEDNESDAY. APUIL 14, IS75. WHOLE NO. 1875 mi hi n mm swt vt TELEGRAPHIC SUMMARY. HONE. Froviiif.nci, April 8. Liffett, tupportod by the Liquor Dealers' League, received 7, W4; Ilnpinl, Independent llcpublican, supported by iho I'rohibiiionUts, recaivod 7,600, and Cutlier, Democrat, received 4, 345. There was no election by tho people, and the Governorship depend upon (lie supplemental election in tbo Legblaturo Tho law, however, shuts Culher out from tho contest before th Legislature. Trkntos. April 8. The Semite dcfeHttd. tho bill pernnltitigclcrjrymcn ofHll denom inations to give religious Instructions in the peniteutiury institutions. Liii'isvu.LK, April 8. The Court of Ap peals decides (hut Jones is eligible to the clerkship !a the court, notwithstanding Alien Joins hud accepted a challenge to light a duel. fAN Francisco, April 8. Ttie Oiaut l'owiler works in a fraino building explo ded, crushing the walls o( llatsoway's bonded warehou...

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. — 14 April 1875

Uiuvbillc lailechln COlhig autj Ibronulc: Icfcncstmn, 3pnl II, 1873. Knnvvllli- Whlf l--.tnrilrril kniitt'llr I liriul-li r at t 1 1 -1 ISTO. WEDNESDAY, Al'KIL 7, ISTo. FIKIil) A1NI) VA1IM. 'I h tmr Airnlii. To the Editors of the. ChronUle: Before my Milium lit, of Inula ulmut the fuir ktouixU mailt- im niieaiati-e in the Grunge Outtnoh I Hut wek, It was reported itmt it wima fierce iittnck on tlie ire-fiit lair un-uciatiuii. iSticli Wtw not my niii"-e, u the Miutt-iuelil bIiowh. If there i it word ill it rt-11. ct lllg on tin-Ill 1 was not aware of It. I regard IIkmc having charge of tlie fair an worthy gi-lllltllli-ll, mul, mi f.ir ns I know, they ure all my frit-nda, imd some of t iieni Kiei hil friendi-. Nor was it an attack on the f.iii very f.ir from it. And this i the (iniutof this communication. Why can't wi- sine the fair grouiniriand uoiitiniieotir f,m.' Home mean to do tliewe ttiiiins can surely lie devised. It will he a reproucli to our town if the fair goes down. It sho...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 14 April 1875

ffnoibillt Wu) fcilhig ant Chronicle : &lctmcsi)an, Jpril n, 1873. 3 TO THE PEOPLE OF TENNESSEE. Adilrt-M of the Ti'inii an-i- Outeiinlnl C'oiilliilawlimrrn. Tlie cvmitdetlnn of the first century of our Nutioii.il existence N 10 he c It erated liy holding nil Iiiterinwioiiiil Exliiliitinn of url.t, iiiunufuctun n ami products of i lie snfl ami mine. 'Hie uot of Congress willed provided for thin exhibition designated, us its fit. test loenllon, tlie eity of I'hiladelpliiii, in winch the Declaration of Inde pendence was originally proclaimed. The exhibition, accordingly, will lie opened on the loih day or Miiy, 1870, uud continue until the'lOth of S'ovem ber following. The 1'resldent. us provided by the net, has appointed, on the nomina tions of the Governors of the Suites and Territories, two Commissioners from each, who constitute the United States Centennial Commission, and are charged with the preparation and superintendence, of the exhibition. Congress, by a further act, crea...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 14 April 1875

0 mbc Mn) aclbifl ;mb Chronicle : McDncsUnp, Jpril , b7o. KbokvIIIc Whl( lnlllh-l IHff. MbxvIII hronlrlit t:litbllKh-l 1HTO. l'tlllUSHEn BY THE WHIG AND CHRONICLE COMPANY. WM. G. ItnOWSLOW, Principal Editor. Wil. RULE, M,mannf Editor. ti:rhh or m hm riitio. One i-miy.one rear 12 0) On O'ipy. ux m-iinti 1 "0 Io eeif 9, nrte yiir 1 Twenty euplvtt. ono venr .. J0 0O V K I N E S D A Y , APRIL 14, 1S75. Gov. Porter has declined to tin ploy additional counsel to prosecute the Gibson county kukliix an the Uni ted States has taken Jurisdiction over the accused. The Georgia crop reports from Washington agree very well with the report in the special correspondence of the Ciikomcle from Georgia, which will be found interesting reading Outside of Connecticut, recent elections have all beeu favorable to Republicans. The Republican enndi dates for Supreme Judge in Michigan were elected hy un increased nnijority. Where Tammany could nut operate all went right. When the Prtus and Jfcrald was critic...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 14 April 1875

Snortillt Mcchln lbig ant) nratlt : Mlctmcsi)an, pril 14, 1875. Knojcrill Whig Established 1839. Knorrllld Chronicle Established 1870, MPECIMEX COPIt'.sl he CmomoLi mailed free to in addret OB epviii. inn. Kates of Ailveirllftlna; in Weekly. Ten linos, or lean, solid, to eonititnt square. PENflLETTES. Mugh L. MoNtitt wai elected Rove hub Assessor for Jilmiut county. Mr. Jamo9 Maynurd, United states Commissioner, has a card in the local columns of interest to claimants. A Virginia photographer fan Inks photographs in the night. He took lot) from a brother artist, and was then taken to jail. The snow in so (loop iu Nevada that Home of the merchants don't expect to get their Hprijg stock much before next September. Kaunas is not a playful State. When Mr. Greene, of .Lawrence. Joculary smashed Mr. Aker's plug hat over his eyes, Mr. Aker seriously fired two bullets through Mr. Greeue'B body. A young man with too much ''ben zine aboard" attempted to hide liiiu self from his fellow-creatur...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 14 April 1875

HMJM Mill III I II II Xjhii & (Thnvih'lv. Kmtxvlllr- While tflllllf.l ). , li vine hrunlrle t t .l'(lit il INTO. "WEDNESDAY, Al'ltlL 7. 1H7.1. Tho Wr (iitttJIint'il is afraid to define its position In ngard to the Torbett Issues. Thif 'rc. and Herald mui nl ui lis ("Hence mi tho forhet' Issue question and Ishniii (1. Harris i not "vexed." As a matter of course the Press and ITcra'd favors the pnymetit of the Torbett Issues, otherwise It would speak out. tf the Press and Herald In op posed to paying the rebel w r debt in the chape of Torbett Issues-, it would be eusy to say o. Hut it remains silent. The Pre find II- raid thinks the discussion of the Torbett Issue question nut of place. It is u'ruid of vexing Isham (. Harris and otlier Democratic leaders. Wheat and fruit promise an abundant yield, ami we are plea-ed (o record the tact. We hope that in t tie future, our fanners will accept the first good od'er made them, and let their wheat nliile. Nine out of evi ry ten of those w...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 14 April 1875

JtnorbilLc wtlcdiln Ming anb (l)rmuclc : MlcinusiKin, pril, 14 1875. 7 PENCILETTES. Correctly don't eim like a hurd word ; yet they all ko down because they can't spell correctly. (Ireeneville lifts had another fire. It was in tlio jail. The American ur es the orKuni.u'.iDii of a lire department. The hoys of the Chattanooga High School iiebatinj? rniciety have chal lenged the lawyers of that place for a "ppcll." Farmers reiHrt wheat looking re markalily well. If nothing unfavora ble l(t further developed the yield In East Tennessee will he enormouH. A widow was weeping bitterly at the Ions of her hUHbautl, and the par son tried to console her. " No, no," said she; "let me have my cry out, and then Itthan't care anything more about it." The Odd Fellows are making exten sive preparations for their (Sweetwater excursion on the ftith inst. Sweet water Is aldo making arrangements to receive the excursion, and no doubt they will have a good time. When a common Japanese goes into the prese...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 14 April 1875

fcnoiuillc elcchln Wh$ ant) chronicle : Mctnus&nn, Jpril 14, 1875. 6 nOME CIRCLE. Written for the Knniville Chrot.iclo 1 1'OKF.RODIilK. II T ALPHA. A little snow-flake wavering fell, And lingered only to foretell The coming winter, Mink and chill, Then melted from my window-sill. A little cloud shot thwart the sun, A shadow cast, then floated on ; But it (poke of darkness deeper yet ; A night of sorrow and regret. A little wind came from the West, '"Tis but a breeze," they said, " at best." But desolation marks the plain, And hearts there are that cry in vain. A littlo child I loved : ah I long ! And with the years our love grew strong j But when I came to man's estate Sho died, and left mo desi.nto. A littlo son she left to me. I said, "Her lovo I give to thee lie grew in likeness to her face ; And, friend; this is his burial place. They siiid, "For thee our God will care; Through sorrow's cross a crown you weur.'! I only know, to soothe this pain, IIo must give my wile and boy...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 21 April 1875

- M id pil m m mmmmu VOL XXXVTI NO. 4. KNOXVILLK TENN.: WEDNESDAY. APKIL 21, 1S75. WHOLE NO. 18TG 3 n THE FROST. CINCINNATI, April 19. Reports from Kentucky, Indiana and Ohio show that the weather during the last two days has been the colilcst, for the season, known in years. The thermometer ranges from 12 to J5 de grees above zero. The early fruit is thought to bo killed, ntid tobacco seriously injured. IjOrtSYI 1,1.1-:, April 1U. IJuito a 'heavy prow full here yesterday and to-davar.d to nitht. The tlierinoiiicter is severs! degrees below freezing point. Telegrams to thp Couriir-Jotirtirit slide that the same snow storm and cold weather has prevailed throughout Kentucky and IV n net" see, and tliat great damage hm been done to fruits and tobacco plants. Wilminiitox.N. C, April 10. Very cold last night, lee nearly half an inch thick, and considerable frost. Crops great ly damaged. Montgomery, Ala., April 19. Thero have been frosts for the last four mornings, causing some damage to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 21 April 1875

Snaruillc (iMcchlo wMtcj ;mt tfjjroniclc : ftMctmcsfcan, pi SI, 1875. Hnntvlllr Willie tblUbrd IS.10. Knitillllr hronlrlo K-.li.lill-h.-il 170. WEDNESDAY, APIUL1M, 1875. TUE F.AHIKRSI ttlVIKIO I'AIK. A Chnnrn for n I'ritllinbl nnil Priilac. wnrihy t nli riirlo'. From theUrii.ge Outiook, April lT-th. JCdilor Orange. Ou'htok : My Hllcniiiin Una I.eHl fulli-il t 1 1 . f two com j.imi iru! iont uf Clmiictlliir Temple, (iitilislieil in tin r widely cir- t'lll .Hell j I 11 r 1 U I , III lefeleilCH til tile llsi- i(jiiiiifhl of Hie r riy nf tlie lvisl ern Division Fuir Asiciatiiiii, made by tilt direi-inr nut htuck liiililcrs for the I'lirnnKc of paying lU debt. The alwiiee fi oui the city of the Mtturiiey for the A-Koi.'iatiuii Im- mude it iiucc eary f.ir me to defer aiibvt'riiiK those articli'H, ui he itlone wu.s coi.'111.ni t of certain fijcU referred to hy Chancellor Temple. Without any w ilicitHlion on my part, I was clt'U.ctl liy the Dirtctors of the A'fociitlinii, as Trustee, to unl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 21 April 1875

GREAT BROOKLYN TRIAL He Relates His First Conversation With Mrs. Tilton. Nilw YiiitK, Apiil H. Cliail'B 1). Thompson, AgrMit for the Cur l'oumlrv nml Maohiue Company. I'rovidciicn, m n d.i fuultor if $7,OuU. Ilo wus fuiiinl eoiicoulcil in an Kumpenn Kleunior mid ciiptured, when he shot himnolf fatally in the head. Thi'ro w one foot of nuow fell throuijli out New York yestvrduv, nd the trains were a little behind. Hnow, with the erest northeaster of (lie season, prevailed all day throughout Now Kngland. It ceased snowing here at 2 o'clock this morn ing. New York, April 14. The Republicans generally were successful nt the elections in New lirunswick and Kndawny, New Jersey yesturday. Latkr. Hadnway elected the whole Democratic ticket. The following is an extract from Ilci ch er's cross examination: " 1 found Mrs. Tilton in lied in Iho let! hand frort iuoiii. I informed her of the charges her hiislmml had made against nn She was dressul in while. I do not know whether fhe h:id re tired...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 21 April 1875

Jlnotbillc Mtthh loh$ anb (JDjjromrlc : Irimcsban, xi 2), 1873. Sfhii $ (fhronhh. Kaostlllv Whl tntlih-1 IH39. Hamviilcl hrunlrlr KMitbllahrfl IH7. itbushed nv the WHIG AND CHRONICLE COMPANY. WM. O. BROWSLOW, Vrinripal Editor. WST. li ULK, Maruujiug Klitar. TKKMM OF Rl IJM RIPTIO. One eni y.one yir 12 0) 'nv ntj.y, eis ukiumip i k'q 1 wu rnf.ir. one er i;. e, iwrniy enr venr i'q WEDNESDAY, APRILS, 1S75. The melancholy expression late- ly observed on Andrew Johnson's fare is said to lie due lo a disordered const! tution. Ttie Mem il i is Appeal and Shel- byville Comi'Tcri solemnly wain the Democratic parly to emragein no more (ireeley foolishness, The Knoxville J'rtMs anil Jl r- ald. the eentral orirun of East Teiines ttee Democracy, still refuses lo tell the leode where it stands on the Torbett Issue question. The Chicago Tribune says our letter has "used up Andy Johnson," aud that the Democratic editors who have euioKiZ'il that Senutorial speech of hid are " in a eomatose stale." T...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 21 April 1875

Jinorbillt E&lcchln oSlhig auto Cjjwmtle: fttfctmcstuij), gipril 21, 1 co. , si . I Uhi $ (ffrhromrh. KnoxrtUe Whig EiublUhed 1M9, Knoxrllld Chronicle Established 1870. NITIiNRH COPIES )f the C'huokicli mailed free to any addre on api)!HHip.ii. Rule of lftrltnlna; In Weekly. Ton linet. or leu. nolid. to eonititute a tquare. a H Srica. a a s o lSqonre.. 2 - Squares 3- iquare 4 squares Jl i 3 no 4 M 6 ;' 7 so; hi 50 10 Mi 14 M1 15 (m 21 00' j on lis on lrt Ml 27 (10 iiS Ml 37 Ml 31) l 4r 0.1 ta Wi 65 vi 8 SI 11 ,M) 14 Mi Id 5 H (HI 11 It) 14 Uu, 5 Squares PENCILETTES. A. W. Frnzier was elected Tux As sessor for Rhea county. The corporation scales of Jonesboro' have been levied on iiiul Bold for delit. The new railroad from Johnson city itt to be put through to North Carolina at an early day. They build iurge residences out West. An Iowa paper says: "It's only twenty-one year since the first house was erected in Burlington, and now it contains li0,120 Inhabitants." "Where's the mol...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 21 April 1875

fi Jlnoibillc Uchlfi Mh ant) )ronu!c: SftUtmcsttt. .pril 21, 137b. Kniil lli Whin t'tnhliliel IHtlst. Itnnxtlllcl lirmilcle .! Ili. 1 I ". WEDNESDAY, AHULSM, 1N75. A POLITHJAL FEUD. Ex-Senator Brownlow's Review Hi3 Successor's Course. of Senator Johnson Accused of Grossly Misrrpre. enting Facts and Drawing Crooked Parallels In His Speech on the Louisiana Question Law. loss, Seditious and Revolutionary Conduct of Mr. Johnson During His Presidential Term The President Himself the Catiline of theTcn -nessee Conspiracy A Shakcspearcian Chal lenge To the. Kdi'm of the Trihunr : Sir: I desire through your iih ly circu lated journal t review Unit portion of tlio recent speech of Andr. v .lohn-.'n in lie Senate wh ioh relates to my in i in i r; i.-tral ;n as (iovornnr of Tt'ii:i'''Si o and th' conduct of said .lohn-iu hil" President in ref.-r- oni'C t iiitertcrer.ee in th'1 local alVairs of this State. I would sooner have written this letter, but it tiii oivy been vitl.in a few llavs Unit I...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 21 April 1875

jfooibillc (fttechln cllo,i(j ano Chronicle : &letntstmn, pril 21, 1875. PEXCILETTES. Job a Ml im If, Ksq., wax elfcteil Tax Assessor of Monroe nonnty fur four years. Another Illicit, ilixtilli-ry h been discovered near Alievillt1, N. ('., and destroyed. A colored m ill nitmeil Ledlielter and two wliUo youth hurl h row over a game of cards, in Ashevl!l, X. C, und the retail was that Ledbetler was seri ously Btalibed. A protracted rueliriK I going on In the M. E. Church, South, at Sweetwa ter, The l'Hstors of the different Churches have united in the work, and a great revival of religion Is expected. The Western (X. C.) Expositor nays : We learn that the regular train line from Morristowti t Wolf Creek is now making regular trips after hiispetisiou for Borne days In const juence of the freshet. Chattanooga has deterniineil to have a street railroad from tliu river to Montgomery Avenue. The contract for cronlie, Scc, has been awarded, and the company expects to have cars on the tr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 21 April 1875

s Jtnoibillc tftUthlii ftillbig ani) CfcromtU: SUtbncsDag, yt 21, 187a. HOME CIRCLE. HIM) yiii ii own .n. !Minl vour own concern?, my friond, Kcir tlii'jr uro your, nlotie: Di'ii'l tuik nbiuit yimr noiglilmr's fault, Hut strive to nmnil your own. Suppum1 lie tltios ri"t always lotiil A truly pinu lil'u ; Wlmt ninttiT if ho ncinctiiiu'4 Cruls Or qimrn-1, with his wild '.' Don't me'Mlo h-t him know, my friend, Your bettor iintiiro tpurns Tonct tlie spy on him or bis Just mimi your own cuneirns. Ye, miml your own eonecrns, my friend, And iireently you'll And Tlmt nil your tune is occupied, And you've got enough to tuind ; AVlTiit need you euro if Snooks or Spooks Slirnilil wed with Sully .lones? AVlmt mutter if your tu ighhor (J. A hull' n million owns '.' The money h not your?, my friend, Though golden ttorea hu enrris ; So do not envy him his wenlLh. lint mind your own concerns. Ye, mind your own c nccrns, my friend, ll is a ln-iHT phm Thim mIwsi.v s to he s-j 11 1 out t Tho iln-.N (...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 28 April 1875

, : . 1 ;, i . ; .l stvws MMniilti.wl VOL XXXVTI-NO. 5. KNOXVILLE, TENN. : WEDNESDAY. APJUL 28, 1875. WHOLE NO. 1877 11 1)1 ' tl TELEGRAPHIC SUMMARY. '') ' ; ' Hour, New Orleans, April 20. There U great, excitement over the determination or the Conservatives t teat certain memlssri, which will give ttie Conservatives a majorl tv on joint ballot. Packard quote : "If this coureo is persued, the Senate r!U ad journ for threo day, and if persisted in will adjourn tine am ft The llepublicans did nol. and would no) consent to being deprived of a majority on joint ballot. Nr.w OuMtsiss, April 20.--The mnjority report of the Mouse Committee on Klections and (Jimliticationi, declaring Geo. B. Hurk hardt, of New Orleans, O.U. Collins, of St. Helena, Chas. DeShamme, Felix Voorlioy's, of 8t. Martin, wore entitled (o the reats now occupied by Richards, Kocksnn, Floyd nnd Mortioett, was adopted by til yeas to 312 nnys.4 Hcfure the above action in the House, the Senate, had adjourned until lu-murr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 28 April 1875

Jlnoibillf Wnhh) 'tMljjig ant) Chronicle : fc&trtmtstonri. Jpril 28, 187b. if iihronhk. Nssatxvilln Willi F(Hllthrt I .. law vllf Kroillrlc fcHtH-ri-4 l7. WEONK-'DAV, APRILS Wo. F1KLI" NU I' vHM, SUOUE.S I lO.Vri TO KA11MK1K The rrcen utnvj ts, reaultiiij; in an almost total' "tlcstrmtion of t lie fmit crop " In Eat Tennessee?' will subtest to our tanners tiie of rloing RoinotMn;; to snjiply the loss KUHtuincil. Nature lifts lnn lav ish in flip ilNtrilmtioii of her irifU tliroiirliout our tiountrv wo meet with misfortune in branch of ajrrii.'iihural industry. possible for ns to retrieve it in some other. In our judgment, the failure of the fruit crop will niiiUe it to the interest of tinners to devote, more time and attention to raising potntoes ami other erojis of the same, n-'ture. Instead of ("hipping potatoes from other States for our own use, we ought to he hle to sujiply the de mand (or thera in several of the States South of us. While on this -nlijeet wp will mention anot...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 28 April 1875

r tnoibUIt Mccklg Mbicj ant dEromtle : MlctmesDa, Jpril 28, ,875.,,, TEMPEE1NC1C DEPARTMENT. ""TEMPERANCE lecture. Attilrrn bjr B. Dr. Ilitmlllon. (From the Daily Chiaaicle. April 24.1 ' W regret (o nlftlM tliut lint "mull audlei.ee Kntliereil tti th Pirat Buptint Church, Irtnt ovcliihg, l' hear Dr.lluin 11 ton, of U"rii, on the theme of teniintno. The gentleman In nut it profcmloual lentperaiietj leoiurer, lint, u member f the Order of Qoml Tomplara, anjiturnlnir temporarily In the city, at the nollcitutimi of the Lodge In Knoxvllle, he cmmenteri to tnaka a few remark on that niljeitt which la, aud ahoulii tie, o near their heart. The atlilreM wait curtailed somewhat, we preHUme, on account of the Mlmnehs of the attendance. The gentleman flrnt spoke of the in herent appetite tor excitement in mankind, which found vent in the drinking of ardent aplrita. Calling the attention of the audience to the alarniluir cotmuinpiion of al coholic beverage", atatiatk'a from un doubted authority ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 28 April 1875

Kaoxv llla Mini HaitMIli.M . - Mnxvlllr'lirnltU .s)llllirl 1170. l'CBLIHHED BY THE '' ' WHIG AND CHRONICLE COMPANY. ri:RNm or hirm'ription. Om copy, one yenr,.... t. 12 09 Oea ropr, fix uinttn 1 0' Tn vitief. one year 1' 0 Twenty .ien. fine yeur .. . frt "WEDNIWIMY, APJilLS, ma7 Him. Horace Mayuard sai'ed from rWnv York on' Wednesday, 'or Co'iistantinople, as we hail previously announced. Among those mentioned as tin probable ucctsnr of .-Vtturnty-Gt-ii-erul Williams, iir. (iiitieml Brintow,' ex-Senator Mult. Carpenter and Judge PierreAnt. ' 'lie Shelhyville ' toiiiimrrhil i"jn Brownsville press very reticent hi'retrard to the Bood-Medlln assassination. ' Wealth hides u multi tude of sins.' " The Gubernatorial fight in Ken- ti kates wiu oi. "Cerro Gorilo'' Williams the favorite of the Grangers, clill has the inside track, hut hi oppo nents seem to lie warming him up. The CourUr-Journal makes this positive deelari.tion : " If Win. Allen carries Ohio next time by a sweeping majority, ...

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