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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 28 April 1875

jjfiiflkbille Witty : Mb$ ftito : tityctmult : Mc&ntstiani'pril. 2$, ',1875. 5 fi (felir oniric. KacrMlla Whir EtabUha 1839 Knsxrilld ChroalcU EiUblibed 1870. orRt'iiiiti) copim ' aoici.a aiailad fraa to w Mdm KB at.. l i. ' J Mate at iriliin( la Weekly, Ten tlne. ot leM. mild; to ecmntltiite repntr. Pffm.;j; P; i, Hi) -f 'Pi 4 ' !. liuiire.. t so fvi JiKi'Hni'JinolUm 2 Souare 3 en M 10 V. Hi f 27 (XI 4 ft , S W M. K Ml II IIU M (" 7 X: 14 00 IS U 60 l W S7 4 Mtuitre i !aaret . is (ml m mi is (vi 28 HI HOI 64 10 PENCILETTES. We lenni from Mr. A. Metier (hut th wheat oh his phiCe, Some three railed (rum the oily, was injured by the I lite cold spell, i , ,,, A country girl coming from a morn ing walk told that she looked as fresh oh a daisy kissed by Ibe dew, I) which she innocently replied: "You've got my name tight. Daisy ; but his isn't Dew," ... We were shown Saturday the plans for the new , MethoiliHt church to be erected at Grefnevilte, end It will cer tainly be a handsome ...

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. — 28 April 1875

J6 unofbillr cchli Mbi0 imb (Htya nit.it : , MIcDntsbnn, pril 28, ,1873. SiP (hronich. Hanxvlll Whlc rtabllh-l lS. Hnoatlliet hroniele t,lllhrl l70. WEDNESDAY, APRILS, 1875. I'UOSPECTUH or tii DAILY CHRONICLE AND THK Weekly Whig and Chronicle. DAILY. One year (8 00 rlx months 4 00 One month 75 WEEKLY. One copy one year $ 2 00 One copy fix months 1 00 Ten copies one year 17 60 Twenty copies 30 00 Senator Brownlow will have control of the editorial columns, which, in view of his long experience and re cognized journalistic ability, is a suf ficient guarautee that the Whig and Chroniclk will be a lively journal. The terms above given will be rigid ly adhered to, and payment will Inva riably be required in advance. Remittances may be made by draft, money-order or by registered letter at our risk. Give postofflce address in full, including Htate and county and address Wino and Chronicle, noxvifle, Tenn Gen. M. D. Leggett, late Com missioner of Patents, and ex-Uov. K. B. Hayes are luentlo...

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. — 28 April 1875

jhotbillt ffllcthiji ffijlbicf anb Cferoiuctc : Ictrntstmn, gpril 28, 1875. w , PENCILETTE3. - ' ' ' ThMw colored men wer 'fcentenced to the Penitentiary nt the April Term of the Kingston Circuit Court, At the pellin cchool In Imlianapo- 11 all the lawyTM, editor, clt-rirymen ami teachern ' wtrnt down on "Ipeca cuanha." A recent ad vertlaemHit states that competent aucntn are watueii for the sale of a new iiletliointt " which will he very invfltHlilu l the undertaker." Likely. When a Dtroiter wn akel the other day by a traveler If he had ever been In Brooklyn, he liHHiend 'o reply: " Do I look like one of that eon of men, air?" Morrintown Gazette: U I" gratify ing to announce that the Buncombe road is HBln In running onler the faaentrer train resuming tin daily trip aat Monday. At a meeting of the liar at the April Term of the Kingston Ctrcuit Court, complimentary resolutions lit reghrd to the death of W. H. l'atton, the for mer Cirutiit Court Clerk were pawed. A man named Kgan, who...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 28 April 1875

t I t Mi. : , ' I- . I I : i . , . noi6ilit;?tki2 o jncairt) tomtit : (Btow&ag, xueUsto, ' ' ' nOMB CTRCLB. i: ' "KIl K HIM WIIKM 1IR'I IIOW.1 ' Whun Uic pun of prosperity's shining. Anil A mini's (frowinu; rich every day; Whon in msr- and rnnifort rucllnlnff. Aud golden min'mms crowns his wsty. How friend!! will then flm-k nliout him t But If Fortune Mioul.l happen to frown How quickly he'll get the " cold slioul- And bt! " kicked hi-muse he is down !" How klndlv tli world will sinllf on him Wlien llip w ith nieces abound ! How cordially blandly 'twill greet him An In pleasure he's rlainpf around But then let reverses o'ertake him. And friends both ill country ami town. Have not a kind won! with to cheer him But all kick him tis soon ax he's down ! Let a man get position or wealth. (Matters not by Intrigue or by fraud.) Tin) world nod" approvingly at him. And hi? act it v ill loudly applaud; What though he may be a great villlan. With the simple, the wise, and the clown, While ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 5 May 1875

. ssaSMBasBSapsBBBal aaasai aasBaai BSS VOL XXXVII NO. 0. KNOX VILLE, TENN. : WEDNESDAY. 31 AY 5, IS75. WHOLE NO. 1878 FIRES. Mu.wv K". April 28.Oahkosh ii la ashes. Th engines have ccasod opera tion. The best engin ha been burned. The fireman are blowing up buildings, in the hope of savings portion of tin town. liKLLowi Falls, Vt., April 28. Several flro have occurred here within the lost 24 hours including Graham's woolen blanket factory. The loss is very heavy. Hkrman, N. Y., April 2S. The busl ness portion of tbe town is burned. Loss $100,000. Osiikosh, April 29. The lire broke out in Morgnn & Ilros. saw-mill, burning that and a dozen olhor saw and shingle mills. Mil lions of feat of lumber, one hundred houses, and priming offices were consumed. The burnt district Is one and a half miles long by half a mile wide. Hundreds of families are left homeless. Two lives are known to have been lost. Thieves are in possession of the cily. Special policemen have been detailed to preven...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 5 May 1875

JjhU it (lmniiclc. K Host III Willi: tbtl ft in:ib. huaiKllf I liri.nlelc t:lulll-lii-il ". WEDNESDAY, MAY 5. 1S75. Simple Questiona Scientifically An swered. Why (Um's ninnki ri'eeiiil III'" eiiiiiinrj- lk-eimse tin' iiir "f tlf rnoin, when it a.' over tlii' tin'. 'ji'i iiiiH s lighter for lieinir Ix'.-iti'it: ii.nl. Ii'inx tlnis mai lc lighter. iimciiiI the iliiiiiney. rallying the miikIu' Willi It. What is Miliiki'? Slililil i;irtirlcn (if eurliiui. seiuruteil liy emulm-tiim pun thr fuel, lint nut cuiisiimtjil. Why li MiiuUe ill i tl teuin curl, us llie) ii'ccinl rccini-c 1 1 icy sire n t 1 1- I loum! uiul rmiuil by llie iii-eeiuliiii; anil ile.-eeml-in; currents uf air. Why iln i-ouie clilinncys i-iii'kc ? ! cause fieuli air U mil ailiuiUcil into a room mi .il a ii i cuiimiiiiuiI hy the lire ; in cuusciitirijcc o which, a eui-renl uf nil rushes dow n the chimney to supply the ilelicieucy, ilr'uiny; I In' simike alon Willi it. Why are sjIiil- pan of tin- ceiling lilacki r ami mor...

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

Jlncibillc Mcchlj) afllbig an& (Hjjronidc : Mcimcs&an, )lan 187,3 TEMFEBANCE DEPAETMENT, THE TEMPEIiANCE CAUSE. Wkul I Krlair Isdm In Mi . Mr. N. J. (stimuli, Cir.iiMl WurMiy Hucrelitry nf Hih isihic ( I it- lnf Iteuilmit Oi'ler of O mpl .r-, dmh dude oircular lutit-r mill r-l tf Lodg Deuti" tlius) : During tliln quarter, llierw Iiuh Iwli Instituted eUiitfcii new i(nU. hii'I sevcrnl re-organ l7.i-l, ami y i thi tsed ax many unirt- (unit iIih H-Hinai.ct are kim1) bforw tin month mIihII huvr zpirt, ArriuigrnifiiU have been made for an iiix-nlve movement all along the line (lie enulnn quiuter. With Hrntliem Mnrv'Hti and O.illnmn in the Kat, (inniaiidinir, vrlih i heir fllcli ni HuboniiiiHlioiiH, ltrolliern l'yott, rininia and Cullen ; B nilur Gray In the West, direriinr i h ft-rcea, with the Hid of Knit hem Mcljwkry, Brandon, Hitn-, Parker hud ntliera j iu the Middle, our respected trhiet '-In-man," lu coiiiuihikI, with ln illhit-iu COrp8 of Ilepu'leH, Df.iNilll I'vler mid othe...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 5 May 1875

4 Jnobillc ($tffhln (ftlbig nnt (Hbronirlt: ftftrtnustttn, Iftlvm 5, 18'p. Kaaivlll Whli rtnbiuhel 19. HmiiIIMI broailcia ttkilstirl 170. PITBLIAHKD 11 Y IHI WHIG AND CHRONICLE COMPANY. LET A LL THE FACTS BE DEVELOPED. THE PRESIDENT AND HH CAB INET. W1H. Q. RROH'KLOW, PnViW EdUor. Wit. RULE, Manning Editor. TERM OP IMBMW.IPTIOS1. One nr7.ont year... 0Mftfr. sis months ! onitMi. nna tout, Twenty eo 'cnty eopiN. one Teur WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, 1875. 2 no 1 ' IK 10 no to To Merchants and Business Men. We would raf to merchants and business men throughout East Ten nessee, that we are prepared to do all kinds of job work in the very best style and at reasonable rates. Those wanting .bill-heada, letter-heads, en velopes, posters, business or visiting cards, or anything elie iu that line, can get them at this office as cheap as anywhere, and of a superior quality. Orders by mail will receive the eatue attention as if parties were preeent Id person, Give us a trial. Hon. Dan. W. Voorbees, was co...

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

Jliwibille fflJctWa ant) CJjrflwtle : SiBctmcstaii, Pan , 1875. 'trig it (ffchronich. Caorrllt Wklf Eitibllhd ISM. Kaorrilld Ohroaicl Established 1ITO. ' MFCCINEM VoriEM 'f th CsaosioLl mailed frs t anjr Mdrw oa apmt . Rates af tdvarllalnff In Wnkl. Tea Hoes, or lm, (olid. t- enutltuU a tqaar. I e o Sue. lSasre.. 2 qusrw 3 Square 4-fciuaree 5 Square i so S oo 4 M to 7 6o : i VI, n 00: 11 00, U 00 W 00 ttt 50 in 6ii 14 m 1H 00 28 00 t) on on 16 noj 27 on 23 M 37 Ml 30 ooi th no ftO M V) S 50 It .V) M 16 5 Ol'B MARKET REPORT. It U our purpose to make the market report of the Daily Chroniclk and of the Weekly Whio and Chroni clk full and reliable. We realize that this la one of the moot important de partments of a newspaper, and we are determined that It shall not be neglect ed. Merchants and business men throughout East Tennessee will find In our oolumns reliable reports of the local markets, also reports by telegraph from the various business centres in which our people are intereste...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 5 May 1875

iiuoibillc (fiMcchljj (&lbig anb d0mdc : ftiHc&iusban, Pag 5, 1875. Whit? & (fchronhk: .&: Vx.tUJU? vr a Hm.itMlphl t.atahllsttrri IWSM. .)tulliei tinailrllpliiiahr4lVJ. WEDN KRDA V.'WXY 1873. f -Tt--- 1 ,Tf -rrrT --T1--1TI 'i ri- MKWXCW HON! CLE ' ' ' ''AM) tHK ' . r ).,'; -.' ii ' ' i ' i. i (iv i ! Weekly 'Ahig and Chronicle. DAILY. One Jear... pix un'Utlis One in mi i li . . $9 00 4 00 75 ' WEEKLY. " 1 One cnpj one year $ 2 00 Oneeopy Mi montha I no Teu copies one year... 17 60 ':' Twenty tuples k 30 0(1 Henator Brown low will have control ;rf the editorial column, wbich, iu 'view' of hla Joiih experience and re .cognized jourualhttic ability! is a suf ( Anient guarantee that the WHIG AND ' CiiRrmrxe will be a lively journal. The term above given will be rigid ' ly adhered to, and payment will inva- ' fiatily be required In advance. h.i.i ..iii- . --, IteuiiUaucea may be made by draft, mnney-order or by reffiotered letter at fior rink. "Oive postofllce address in...

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. — 5 May 1875

. - :,I:6)1j! . Zlilhu'W: o,:'. L-;ri'y n bin IV; ill;.,; . .1 Jhrorfrillf Witthl$ mty&Txritt (cmclcT tSttrtittstosrJJbif - s; 1875; PENdLEriE3. " Oh ! bappy day ! hhppy day ! when those who owi us oom and py. Bins the two first ataniaa com mon metre." Governor Torter has recognized thf Urangers by appointing u. W. l;lmrl ton. of the Oranpe Outlook, and Dr, Maxwell, Master of the Hiate Urauge, aa commissioners. A centlttnan from Morgan county inform that from what he can learn the entire fruit crop of that county was Killed ny Wie late iront. ine wiieal crop is nlro Injured to some extent. In reply to a young writer who wished to know "u hicli luuva.ine will give the hUhest ("wition quickeHi ?'' a contmporarv a.ivim-ti "h powdi-r inaaziue, if you coutribi.to a Uery ar ticle." .., The Chicnco Advance nays In hi!! iug wonU wIkth i and e come together, an perceive, relief, etc., the little word "lice" carries the key 1 always fol lows I and e follows c. When we have leisure we will...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 5 May 1875

ftnoibillt ftMcthln W$ anb Chronicle : cbntsbaa, $llan 5, 1875. 0 HOME CIRCLE. THE JOYS or VOUTII.. . . . - - O youth, so fond of pleasure, ! ATTiy dixt thdd n-at think Of aught lav worldly treasure, ' At standing': on the brink Of Titne'i ewift flowing rivor, , With hope o strong nnd bright? Hoppf that, nlai), may ever Fade, fade nway from light I 'Til true, that in the morning, All things eem now and fair, The sun, tbo world adorning With light and gladsome air: But Ii the morning lasting? Comei not the heat of noon ? No itorm, to fiercely blotting The joys of morn too soon? O youth, now pray remembor ; Your dayi fly swiftly past, Tour May will be December, And you must die at last) Strive, then, t improvo the present, Be joyful, if you can Ay, wildly glad and pleasant ; God lgvei the cheerful man. Yet seek for understanding, And walk In wisdom's way It is your Lord's commanding It leads to endless day. Seek not jour own enjoyment. But live for others' good, And peace and swept co...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 12 May 1875

VOL XXXVTI NO. 7. KNOXVILLE. TENN. : WEDNESDAY. MAY 12, 1875. WHOLE NO. 1879 DEATH ON THE HIGH SEAS Steamship Schiller Wrecked Off the Scilly Islands. Total Number of Lifes Lost Hundred and Eleven. Three London, May 8. Intelligence of a shock ing marine disaster hui juat reached this city. Eaglo Line Steamthip Schiller, Capt. Thomas, which sailcJ from New York, April 28th, for Hamburg by the way of Plymouth and Choerburg, bat beon wreck ed off the Scilly Islands. It is believed that two hundred persons have perished. 12:30 P. M. Additional particulars thus far received of the wreck of the steamship Schiller show that the disaster is fully as terrible as at first reported. The accident occurred at 10 o'clock lust night, at which hour the steamship (truck on the ltetarriere ledgos near Bishop's Rock. A fog Prevailed nt the time. A bout belonging to St. Agnes, the southernmost of the Scilly Island, has landed tome of the survivors of the wreck at f-it. Mary's Island, another of the Sci...

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. — 12 May 1875

Hiwbillc cOlcchln ctflbig anD 1'brtmitlc: Mcimcstmn, JJ2 12, 1675. 7ig & (ffehranhk. (Kvlllfl Wftla; KlKbllnhrl Laealll 4 lironlrl tolMbllahrd 1H70. WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1875. FIELD V1NI FAHM. Letter From a Good Farmer Impor tant Facts About Wheat HOMK, FlFflf DlSTHIC-r, Anhkhhon t'ti., May 3, 1K7.3. To the Editr of the C'Kronicle : I (tend yii two HaiiilfH of wheut: FullS wheat, cowed October 17lll nil oats fallow ground, ninl Houghton wheat, eowed October UOih on clover land. Both fields were well put in. I consider the Houghton (whit-) tienrly fnllure, tlmt I u!l tlmt whs jointed, while Hie FulIZ in hut vert' little, If any, injured. I have other parcels, sowed nonie diiyn later, thl look oolite promising. I alno helieve the l ultz wheat to be much tlie haMie-i. I have three other varietm, viz: Tow tell, Early Jenings and Early Claw on, winter wheat, which look promising- Mr. J. E. Roe's, one of my neigh bors, crop of wheat is believed to be entirely ruined. Clover and gravs ti...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 12 May 1875

0 Jlnorbillc MctKlg cftilig anfc tityamtk: Mlcrmcstmn, Dlnn la, 1873. SABBATH SCHOOL CONVENTION Animal Mortlnsr nt NnrrUtown. A I.nritx !-l-a;ntlin lulvrrallna; l;irr rlaea and Iteiabilraa Uond tranlta. First Hay Tneedny, May 4th, The Fast Tennessee Babbath School Cou vent ion met at the Baptist Church in Morrlstown yestereay, as previous ly announced : The House was called to order by the retiring President, Prof. H. Pres nell, after which the hymn, " All hail the power of Jesus' name" was sung by tne choir, anil n prayer was ollered by Rev. John Bowen. The President then appointed the following gentlemen a Committee ou Nominations for officers for the en suing year: V. P. Washburn, W. IX Gammon, T. A. H. O'Brien, T. B. Russell, T. H. Beeves, who after au absence of come twenty minutes re ported the following list of OFFICERS OK TIIK C'ONVKNTION : President T. R. Russell, of Alliens. Hecrelury Felix T. McWhirter, of Attiens. Htatislical Seeietary W. A. McTeer, of Maryville. Treasur...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 12 May 1875

jinorl)illf fc&lcchlfi (ftljjtg ant monulc: tttntsbag, Using la.-1875. tfVTt S?"1 it. an independent journal, discourses on Ii lll Whl Mnbll-hrtt 14 nm II Ir hntntrln .lnliinhtl 170. rClLUHID KT Till WfflQ AND CHRONICLE COMPANY. WM. O. BROWSLOW, J'rinriixU Editor. WM. RULE, Managing tAtor. I KKHN r Kl'IMt'lUPTlOX. What hni been for lung timo chiefly needed io this country h.is been the crea- tion of n new political atmosphere, in which ncn wight hold anJ express political opinions which did not boar lha atamp of any regular party die. Tho only way this can bo done is through tho existence of a body of independent mm, whochirisli first their own opinions, principle', charncters, and niornl code, and secondly, and even with reluctance, are willing to merge their inJiviJu.ilitr in movements for some public end which they recognize us good. Vi have had enough of statesmen win utlcr The Cleveland (Ohio) i'laintleal- oblivion of self and devotion to the common ery: It looks ax though ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 12 May 1875

gkorbillt SBtthljj SIig Vnt ' (SfyxamtU : c&tcimcsto, lllutt la, 187 a. 5 jEprij r (hronich. Knoilll Whig EiUblUhed 1B30. KnaxTllld Gbromcl EaMbllahed 1870. KHF.t'IMEX COPIKH " tht Crronicls mulled Ire to nr sddrci OB spiiMmo i . Hales f rterllnln; In Weekly. Ten linn, or leer, tolid, to eonntltat a iqnir. f. a H I 3 Sricn. i h - s " a 1 viunre.. 24iunree I S Mjuirwj 4 SquKrer S-Hjuereti SI .Ml :VI lll H 50 f J Oil n no 3 (HI: SO 8 M in itul ID M)i 27 00 4 Mi Oil II US' 14 M 2.1 60! 37 M) 8 .Mi 11 no 14 or i in oni so no 4A on 7 50i 14 00 W 5 28 001 . -Wi 5 V) PENCILETTES. Home, Georgia, is making steps to wards building a cotton factory at that place. $00,000 In stock have beta al ready subscribed. ' The Recorder of Chattanooga pre sented a report to the City Council, showing the expense to the city by the recent Hood to be $3,130. According to our exchanges the en-' tire peach crop Is not dead, nnd there will bo enough to give all a taste. There will also be nearly a half appl...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 12 May 1875

JVnoirbUIc Witt (ftlljig ant 0mrlt : McDntstmg, 12, 18'a. KmntHIr WIH ttll.hrt 111. Hmioliirl hralrli t HblUln t 170. WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1S75. or TBI DAILY CHK0N10I.E AWU THE Weekly Whig and Chronicle, DAILY. On year $8 00 MX lll'ilitli 4 00 One uiiuuli 75 WEEKLY. One Copy ono year $ '1 00 (JlieCiipy eix UiolilliH 1 00 Ten copied "lie year 17 50 Twenty copies 80 00 Heiiator Krownlow will have control of the. eililoriul coIuidiih, which, ill view of his Ion experience and re cognized jourimlinlii! ability, is a suf ficient jriiaralilee that the W'HIO AND Chronicle will be a lively journal. The terms above given will be rigid ly adhered to, and payment will inva riuMy be required in advance. Remittance may lie made by draft, money-order or hy reentered letter at uur rink. Give posiolllce addresn in full, including htnte and county and address. Whir and C'hkomclk, Knoxville, Tenn. A dun huw in the exciting topic among the steady-going people of 8prinlb ld, MamaehuettM. A::iin intellige...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 12 May 1875

Siwbillc Wuhiu Mbig anb Chronicle: tfcntsimn, Uan 12, 1875. Science Begets Distrust. Thin Kfcoml C'iiisf WiN to lf liHlruit, a-, llie tir-.t 11 lo ilimruxt of otli-r men. Ah we It-urn not to take mir iruili at ,-('inil.lmitl from other thinker, ho learn iliat inuM not Ink ll, if the ei iin-wr-ion may t)e uned, from ournelvt-R Truili i. not what wc think, any more ilinli it la wliat fani oub me'i have thotiuhl. I hit' wtitch irrenlHlitily trihea n an true, thai which Het'niH to ll' evllent, that which coiuniernla liM-lf to ua may neverlhe leHS, we learn, not to lie true al all. It in not eimtiK'i to juilue for ourcrlvea. to examine the fan a ril t. to a rin- ormiH melhoil.wlilcli ha heeii elalio rateil hy a lotiic aer ea of Invesnltriitor, ami without winch neither rntuior nor iiuparitinhty would mivh n either from aeeintr wromr, or from receiving nn aound evidence, or from treneralizinp too fast, or from allowing Home delu sive name to come het ween ua and the reality. iJiatru-t of ...

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. — 12 May 1875

8 llnoitbille Mtchln (ftUjicj ant) tSjjromrit : itilcDncsDag, Pag 12, 18'a. HOME CIRCLE. HPK4K oF.xri.v. Speak gently I it is bettor far Tn nilohy love than fonr; Pji-k gnntly! lotnn harsh word mar Tho gond we might do here. Speak gently! Love ilnth whisper low The ! that true hearts hind : And gently frioniiOiip's accents Sow Affection's voice is kind. Speak gently to iho littlo child ; It's love be sure to gain : Teach it in accents soft anil mil 1, It my not long remain. Speak gently to the young, for they Will hate' enough to boar; Pass through the world as best they may, 'Tit full of anxious caro. Speak gently to the aged one ; Ijrieve not the care-worn heart; The sands of life are nearly run j Lot such in peace depart. Speak gently, kindly to the poor, Let no harsh tone'he heard, Thev have enough they must endure, "Without an unkind word. , Speak gently to the erring, know They rauy have toiled in vain, Perchance unkindness made them so, Oh! win them back again. Speak gently. ...

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