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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 19 May 1875

M I j i i ' .,. i i . ij i j .i i Til .W .H.m HI . rd i'!e . M El II . K H Ii . VOL XXXVTI---NO. 8 , KNOXVILLE. TENN.: WEDNESDAY. MAY 11), 1875. WHOLE NO. 1880 a V, TELEGRAPHIC SUMMARY. 4ICME. pHiLADULFtUA, May 11 Report from 200 coontie indicate scarcely half rrop of winter wheat. Washinoto.v, May 13. The .Secretary ol the Treanury is (till vigorously engaged in the work of prosecuting the raid against all parties encaged directly or indirectly in the illicit wiiitky d'Btil!ation. Orders for wiiurn are daily isurd Among them was one to-day culling for the seizure of an establishment in Ciacinnati. Becrotary llristow has directed that the investigation into the condition of thn dis tilleries and rectifying houses of Milwau kee bo mudo complete and thorough, and the treasury agent! are requested, in nil cases where l. S. attorneys and revenue officials fail to fiive their" full suppjrt to the investigation! in prognm, to report their names to the Department. The agont at Milwaukee te...

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. — 19 May 1875

)ig & (hroiiirle. lieSvslie Wills rtohllht MSt. LMxalll lirnlrl Kalsfcll'SieHS IHTO. WEDNESDAY, MAY 19. 1S75. BROOM CORN TRADE.' Wkfm It I Urown niirt Jlmmlm-inr. rt. "t-toith Sm V r P.i ly B ill - in J -Broom cum. wliMi U now one of the most exten-dve iiro.Im-K of tin; laml, v.i introduced into tlii country by , I.r. Krnnkliii. It U Muted that, while exam ining n riii'ii "talk drought t') liini from KiiroiH', lie Ufovcri'il . a -inli- fvrd, which lie Ui ii Id 1 in hi- giu'dcii. anil rum whHi corn n ro;irat-'l. Formerly MiissacliiiM'tt" v:i tlie only Slate in the Union wliere tli corn a raii il or the manufacture of lirooint earrieil on to any extent. Hilton for many year- a the preiit point for the di-triliinioii of .llic luuuiifaetnreil mi1. The rai-iny of eorn ami the manufacture of lnioin cxteinlvil to nearly every one of the Xew KiiIaml State, hut now thi're i lianlly an acre devoted to the broom corn culture in that entire region, since the war farmer have raised tobacco i...

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. — 19 May 1875

noftnllc Mlcchln iMbtg anb bromtle: e&lcimcsimn, JJlnn In, 1873. 3 TEMPERANCE DEPARTMENT WHISKY FRAUDS, Over Ihlriy rmmlnrnl lilatillrrlra 4 Itrrllfjlna' llunar Nrlacd. Bpacial D.spntch M h Cincinnati liaietta.) Washington, May 10. The beuvi eot blow ever Blruck at the Lnoky rlnii of tbe country fall upon It to-day with telling effect. Over thirty prominent distilleries and rectifying Imuiw have fceeu eelxed t'Ki. Loui, Chicago and Milwaukee, and m&nsof uoltupeauh Able evideuoe ban been collected which will luMure the downfall of the strong hold of tbe ring at the East, the Went and tbe Houtti. The result has been attained after nearly nine weekV work, performed by the Hecretary of lb,e Treasury through the (Solicitor of the Treasury, no other oiUcers of the Department, not even In tbe Secretary's oflloe, It-inn intrus ted with the aecret. It wan kept tiKwt scrupulously from all in the otlloe of Internal Hevetiue, it having heeu as certained before any active alep4 hud been ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 19 May 1875

J. ' 1 1 '! fhhmirlc. Knnxtlllr Vh t tihil.hel IHSft. kuuilllill bruulcln t.tbillrU IH70. ri'lLIRHIID B THI WHIG AND CHRONICLE COMPAMY. Wit. U. XROWNl.nW, Principal Editor. WM. RULE, Managing Kiiior. I EH OK M'BSK KtPTIOJI. Oneeuj,one year (2 00 Ob copy, in uiuntbn 1 (f ' Tan oojiied, ene year .. ir 0 Twenty eoptes. one yeur H) On WEDNBSDA Y, MAY in, 1875. Thegreat musical festival ut Cin- einnati during the past week was a decided ueees. Our farmer friend certainly have no cause for complaint at the prices now paid for bacon, href, corn and wheat. At the Lexington races on Thurs day, "Searcher,"' a bay colt, three years old, bejonging to Robinson, Mor gan & Co, of Lexington, made the fastest time on record, making a mile in 1:41 j. He Is a coit of " E.iquirer.' Hon. Sam. Randall's high tariff notions are being talked of, which does not in Die least reduce Hon. M. ('. Kerr's chances for election to the 8(eakership of the next Houe of Representatives. Southern and West ern Democr...

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. — 19 May 1875

jLno3rbtUe IccKIri tbig ant) (Eromtle : Oaletmcsto, 10, 16 ro. & $hronhh. ecu t J r-,1j , ' Idoxvllle Wlilf E.UblUhrd 1F30. ' 1 ' XnoxTtlld Chronicle EatahUihed 1870. Nl'KCINKSI I'OPIKH , " 1 1 uwaomrttl amiled tt U n nlre oo apt i' u . r v. a -F- rrr "-JL Hatra nl .rtiillnr In Weekly. Ten liofi. ir leu, nolid to oonatttuU a tqnara. ir.i.!j il.IT ! " rn" .a 55, n 50 f.imtuim 10 Mil fl Ml. 87 IKI 14 Wl 2S W1 37 Ml 1H (K). 30 00 4.") 0l 28 00 .ill W 65 lmre..;, II VI ft VI j?qnarei :l on a 50 :imirwi to. u mi: ft l ft M It SO i 14 i 16 5 "1 , ', PENCILETTES. . Campbell fc Dow call the attention of buyer to the very low prices tbey ure selling their goods, It Is worth the attention of every body In need of goods to give them vail and save money, A boat load of an line marble as we have ever seen from an East Tennessee quarry, arrived at the wharf Monday from the quarry of the Knoxville Iron Company. ' It Ih to be shipped to Cleveluud, Ohio. On Thursday night, we learn from Mr. M.J....

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 19 May 1875

6 nofbillc Mttn M)tg ant onuU : ftftcinusDai), itu) 19, 1875. fhiij & (fehromch. KnKavlllct Mlllc I ihllhi1 hriMilrlx ...litbllulK fl 1470. WEDNESDAY, MAY in, 1875. A man twtmt?il Jacob Siitflonl wag citivhitwl u( iininler in tlie Drat decree in A l inlM, Tucmltt. The P.uih wlel.ruinl lii 83rl blrrliiUy yt-merilfiy. Ho w ill (Mini)ilele the 64th jntr of 1 1 is Pnntiflcnte next miintl). The Southern tathotia reails the Irish World out of the church for crit luieintr ('rtr'iiiittl McClopkey'a ''Carri age of HUte," nnil other Kingly ap jjeticl.iKf". TIiim item we ft ml in the Southern Catholic, pulilHhed 'at MrtuphU : " It is rrtxirtetl tliat General W. B. Bate will xhnrtly (uke upon Mniolf a con trolling Inu-rt-M in a new daily paper to iie f-larltd at Nit-hville." It Is Huid that Cardinal Me- CI.Koy liu appointed Joliu I.uell Youiitf, niMiiamut? editor ol the New Yoik Herald, lii.-t private secretary. He t li us rffoKiiizcs in a uitalile way the .services of the Herald in behalf ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 19 May 1875

Jinorbillc (fttcehlr) Mlbig mb (ljnmttlc : (ftlctmcstmn, Jilitjj in, 1875. 7 PENCILETTES: Jordan Holt, a npgro, has bfn con victed of rain; at Klielbyv mid nentenwd to tiw banned uu tlit? lirth nf June. The boy who ran away from solum! to " go Axliiug all alone," and caught hlmwlf Inthe lip,nye be' got enough of flgblooa blsowu hook., , v - Donald McKenzie while out in the bat oreek knobs of Monroe county lat week, captured eight vounir red foxes, Ktrd It wasn't oiiiuh or a day for foxes tlttil-r. We undetstand the Knoxville Iron Company were awarded the entitrHct toMipply the KajtlTeBiiuffwr, Virginia and Georgia Kit. with coal during the ensuing year. .'. A rIuks of soda-water wan offered to a country lad, who ri-Jected it with the1 greatest iiidlKhutloti, " Do you thiuk J am a aalaiuandur," . said he, '"to drink war boiling hot?" " What would you be, dearest, If I fdiould prexs the hlati'p of love upon those sealing wax lips?" said a loving Bwuin. "I," responded the fairy-like cr...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 19 May 1875

8 imnvmllc ; Mtt) mp$ sift onuU: cbmsiUlafi, ig,;il875.i HOME CIRCLE. IN. THE GLOAMING. ' H' D'ol'iith Mime I. laid ap fur mt u rron of jlirhlo'un-s "-PAri.. In lli o times fur back ami olden dime an evenini; soft and golden. When a tired hand souirht in pillow and a urea heart longed lur rest. When the warrior linnrii no rntlla Of the foemen fierce in batiln. For repose tlint follows victory had tattled on his brex't. Oh, this evening brought such gladness That the former care and sadness, The long intmtiro through rough wators that his p ii r i n k i n (f eyes had seen, The full cup of bitter sorrows. All the foar of dark to-morrow, And the anguish of the spirit, wore Hi it' they had not been. For he knew that far behind him Were the chains that used to bind him. And tho woo, that made him fucb e in the long unequal light ; And a comrade was beside him, Strong and tendo", w ho would guide him TbroUKh th shadows of the evening to the land of perfect light. Now hi f-ice to heaven wn...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 26 May 1875

VOL XXXVU-NO. 9 KNOXVILLE. TENN. : WEDNESDAY. MAY 2G, 1S75. WHOLE NO. 1881 , ! HI FIRES AND ACCIDENTS. Immense Losse3 of Life and Prop erty. Osckola, Pa., May 21. A lire broke out at 11 o'clock yesterday morning! All the public buildings except the Catholic nnd MethodislchurchM were burned. About two hundred houses were also destroyed. Twelve hundred people aio houseless. All escape was cut off by the woods taking Hi e. No lives were lost. The loss is estimated at over $'2,000,000. O3CK0I.A, Pa., May 21. Hundreds of people arc homeless. A large number of cars and trestle of the railroad has-beea burned. The shipment of cos) will be suspended for ton dajs. OSCKOLA, May 22. The Methodist and Catholic churches with n lew buildings in the vicinity were saved. Tho rest of the town was utterly destroyed. A thousand or fifteen hundred people lost everything. The village of Ilantsdale was also burned. Hundreds of workmen have lost their homes. The losses in this region including Hants dale ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 26 May 1875

Jinorbillc ftttcchln atbig ani broniclt: ffilctmcsoap, $ta ati, 16a. W d? $hrcniclc. KboxvIII Whiff rtnbllhrrt nasi. Knifllll 'brnlrl Kxlnbllahwl 170. WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 1875. Management of Horses. As tho health of the lmir U the liili !StoJject to lx gained. I will lx'init by a IcW hints on that tiljert. The most effectual way (if attaining this object is to kcop the hore in n growl, eonifortahli'. well-vciitiliitcil stable, work him fairly, Iwtl him well, and moin him well. The Ftabkt ought to be high-pitched to give it proT ventilation, without the necessity of carri'tiH of cold air. In the ease of a badly ventilated stable, the air is re breathed, and, as in the inhalation of air the oxygen is exhausted to a largo ex tent, and carbonic aeid gas takes it place, it quickly shows its effect on the inmates of the. stable. The air that has been breathed, being warm, ascends, and con sequently loftiness is essential to carry it off. The stable should, however, be con structed so as to...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 26 May 1875

nofbtllt TOtthljj clbig bronitlc : IcDncsDan, JJlan 21:. 1875. 3 TEMPERANCE DEPARTMENT THE LIQUOR BUSINESS. The) Money aud yin l.njnd in 11. Stilt 1st lex nlmwlnjr the amount of money . spent In the I niteil Stiitcs for intoxicat ing liquors iliirinj' the yenr is'ii. ns taken from ofllrinl record : Importol and domestic distill ed and spirituous liquor $1,314 ON Ki.OTO Brewed and fcrrnentad liquor 12.0tJ0,MM Imported winos 15.Ull,(mO Domestic wines 6,(XX),0U0 Total $1,487,000,000 Till AMOt'XT PENT IN BACH KTATI. New York $24,617.MO Pennsylvania liY2.AGft,4'.io lllinoia . 1 1 t.V:-W,4o Ohio 151,734.876 Massachusetts 27,!i7!.67fi Maryland ).5tl,t'4) Missouri fi,lii!7,H.Vi Indiana 67.41H.M0 California f9.92l,0M) Kentucky 6o. 2,1:1, 115 Wisconsin 43.818 845 ilichigan f.V.,874.170 owa H5,784.0'.5 'onnccticut 35,001, 210 ew Jersey 42,4',710 ine 8.iK7,015 hode Island 1(1,234.210 5W Ilampshiro '2,V..,17 nnosota 14,8'.l,970 jirict of Columbia JO.370.4-VJ mont ti,78ti,(15 Jisas 8.6(13. H-Vi I...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 26 May 1875

JinoibilU ditcchln albig ant) CfeTonttU: Ictmsba ila) 1873. Uvoxtlllrt hrunlrlw r.MtIUh-l INTO. Pl'CLir-HEO XV THE WHIG AND CHRONICLE COMPANY. WM. ii. BROWSLUW, Prinripal Editor. WM. RULE', .Viinatjing J-MUfr. Lf TKRMSOr HI BM BIPTIOlt. OtM eopt.frns yewr, Omfeopy, six nmnthp Ti&ovi. itne year Tiwwty aiii. mw yeur.... 12 00 1 in r. 1 0 W 00 WEDNESDAY, MA, 20, 1875. The firm stand taken by Mayor fitaub, in tlie enforcement of the bog law, cnmmaiiilK tho approbation of a very large number of iiis constituents. Governor Heudriek whs at the Mecklenburg Centennial Celebration. BeDMtor Thurnian, Governor Allen ami Jovernor Tihlen were not. The Hoofier (iovermn- is a sharp old coon. Mr. Withers, the new Senator from Virgiuia, has eleven daughters, and the Richmond papers say that when he removes to Washington four mil liners of the former town will shut up their shops. In this case, it is the Washington milliners who can say, " Let the gnlled jade wince, my With ere," etc. Chicago Tint...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 26 May 1875

rtafrriiati Inojcrille Whig Estatilithed IS Jo. KoomriUd Chronicle Eaiahiinhed 1870. NPECIMEX (OPIEft t the CmioFULl mailed fret to acy tddret on appii' i Hutu or rterllln In Weekly. Ten lint-r. or leu, solid, to eonititate a square. e fcAOS. 1-tquHre.' Jl .'. t! V f Oft flS 0 giquaresl! 3 V, 5U 8 frl 10 Nil 16 Nil -J7 tl Rwinarel IK SCO II M 14 M !M 87 Ml quarea I 6 Su, 11 UU. 14 It I It M UU 4") (Ml 53yuares.j 7 MJj 14 to, W 5 28 OU .is j 45 V) PENCILETTES. Oxnum Mynatt, who wb sentenced for fifteen years to tbe penitentiary at the Clintou Circuit Court last week, passed through Knoxville yesterday on hiit way to that Institution. A little four year old woke up very early one morning, and peeing the full moon from the window, he innocently remarked: "I should think It was about time for Dod to take that moon in." A person was tolj that three yards of cloth, ly being wet, would shrink one-iuarter of a yard. " Well, then," k he iuquired, " If you should wet a quarter of a yard, woul...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 26 May 1875

JAuorbillc itfUchln (ftlb'uf ant Chronicle: Mctntstmn, $ttan 26, 1875. KiMixvllln Wtilsr Falnhllahpfl list. Hnoivillel hrunlrlti a-.ktnlHlnlirrt 170. WEDNESDAY, MAY iM, 1875. Thlrty-iix column of tux sale atlvertlxenients pm!elli-!i the column of tlie Memphis Appeal. A cpiisuh Just lakptl reveal the fact that Nashville has a population of bout 37,500 oul. Messrs. Whittle and Bliss, the two noted Evangelists, hid farewell to an audience of 6,500 people at Xntdiville on Monday night. They are now at Memphis. An exchange, very appropriately observes that when a few owners of steamships are sent to the penitentiary for manslaughter, o?ean disasters will become less frequent. If Gov. Tilden succeedn in send ing to the penitentiary all the partici pants in canal ring frauds, Democratic Conventions in New York will be more sparsely attended. Having received seven pounds of butter from a friend, and having once more enjoyed the luxury of a good square meal, the editor of the Sweetwuter Ente...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 26 May 1875

jinrabillt . fflltthln Ming anb Cjmmielc: tcDncstJan, pin aG, 1875. 7 THE MONUMENTAL CITY. Coatly fnblle Balldlnc Drnid mil Park nnd II Hrenrry The HI a. lb Regiment or Htsirjrlsincl WwUoiinl liMrdi-The Public HfHntH of Bl llnort and WatahlDsf , Kit)., Ele. May 10, 1S75. Baltimore, Mo To the Editor of the Chronicle : I wHk'llKhteil t have opportunity of vialling (more particularly thHii ever before- when pawing through It) this bfHiitlfol city of nionuint-utH, which, within a decade, lin exhibited wonderful growth, having otitntrlpped Buotou U4 to population and trnle in the race f.r cotpmerclal Hiiprimiaey. I ascertained by actiutl nhttervatiou that ttie city is one of great cleanli ness, although the has only surface drainage, except in recently-built por tions. With an extensive harbor running almost into the very heart of the city, and occupying a ceutral position as she does between the commercial marts of the East and thoxe of the Gulf States, Baltimore is destined to rank sec...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 26 May 1875

ln0bUU Mlcchls ant) tyxomth; timtsBajj, glo , 26 ,183. 8 HOME CIBCLE. Written f.r the Knoxvillo Chroniclel, ... LIFE. "With ppark'.ing eys a Rifnd cliil J Gazed on a future bright, and smiled ; And then to frrasp its jeys h" trid But all in vain hesousrlit Mid siRhel: "Oh toll nie.i'airies, tell, 1 pray, When shall I reach enchanted ground? The breezes kiss my cheek and say, Earth's brightfst fie'.J? lie just beyond.'1 A Youth with energetic mien Ambition in his heart I wean Strives to obtuin a golden prize, Yet fails j now list his piteous crie: "Oh toll me not that life U sweet, Thatevcr walk the flowers adorn; Vile, bitter weeds grow 'round my feet, And every rose must have its thorn!" In manhood s lusty, vigorous prime, I saw ono walk the sands of Time. 'Neath burning sum, with mighty strength, He St. --;led long, jet fell at loajrtli. Then, as thoy took him to the shade, "With woe he stiid : "I sigii for rest! Oh why was mortal ever made To live and toil with grief opprest?" An...

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

I 1 VOL XXXVTl NO. 10 KNOXVILLK, TKNN. : WEDNESDAY. JUNE 1875. WHOLE NO. 1882 la ;K i M i V NOT TO BE PAID. State Not Bound for Torbett Issuer, So Decided ly the Supreme Court of Tennessee. New York, Mny 23. A Nashville dis patch says the Supremo Court lias decided that the Stale U not bound fur the pay ment of the new issuo known ns the war issue of Tennessee money nniomiting to $800,000. . , a, WASlllKGTON. Grant Explodes the Third Term Hum bug. Waiuixctox, May SO. President G rant in a letter, dated yesterday, addressed to the Prosident of the Pennsylvania Republi can Convention, says: "I am not nor have- I ever been a candidate for re-noui-ination. I would not accept a nomina tion if it were tendered, unless it should come under such circumstances ns to make it an imperative duty." The Government will soil half a mil lion dollars of gold on each Thursday of Juno. II. C. Manlier, who threo years ago, as postmaster at Winona, Miss., defaulted, was arrested in Charleston, Mo., and ...

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

7fig (hranhk. Unnn villr Whlir l ll lli. il IH.1l. lino llv liroiiK Ir ..) lilt-llnl ISTO. WEDNESDAY, JUNE?, IS".. riKLI) A.7N1 I-" It . Dust for the Animals. A writer in ili.' ;. thiK " fur" tin- ;"lvi .uhI fiirrviii : HI f'l IttU'ut i. of I'omliin; I do lint iiilvcii'iiti' dirty '.irrn:i llnvr-. hut merely i !ciiy tin -iv is imy ii'iicti! in rrxiiiiiii yomi or I'l-ceiliui; tnel; i;en rnlly, mid in.iiiitiiiii hat if -.lii'liei-i'.! Iiv 'lijllit anil allowed ti nutn atiout hy -,iv, llii'ii evil in-triii of pMl ari-i' : 'fur i :ievcr knew-an Indian e of Iii" luii-tini; well-fed anil hei'.lthy yoisiijj -tn-U when -ullercd to 50 our aii'l ah.rtt daily, wlit'ivii--. in many iuM-aiiee I have m .'ii It an. I calves whii !i have heen curried .mil hnihed, tliat, lu.ve warmed wiHi vi nnin. mill tin-own. r lias hien nMiued 'o dress with iioi.on to ir-t rid of tin-in. ' Sand ami du-t ruliln -l into a lousy ani inalV coat will, 'ny a f..v aj. ligation., aiico lice to (li-.i.n-iir. for" tut- ani...

Publication Title: Knoxville Whig And Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville Whig and chronicle. — 2 June 1875

JlnotbiI.lt Mcchlir wSlbig ant) Cjjronitlc : Mcimcstian, 2. 1673. TEMPERANCE DEPARTMENT Care of the Drnnkard'? Appetite. Not liinjr siiicc a j i n--t i 1 1 nlril in the nliPiins o( onr- c.f our lvlk'imw vrcU-lit-s, to this otlV' t : l it . io"iiii. f,,r oin virtimi.i'd by nil n;ir(itr for strong drink to be ili'livcri'il from tlir nmi" :il once In nnswr to juviyi-r. or tlirou;li tin power of jrrnre divine ': Tin- answer was ill Uio nopitlvc. Tin-aplK'litc for Intox icants, It was said, whs a speck's of discnse. Ueeoverv from It mint lie gradual. The only remedy for it va total abstinence. .Just nbont the time thi-. statement was published, the writer of this attended a love-feast. Anions those who participated In the services was a brother, who arose and said that grace had done ns much for him as for almost any one. It had literally taken him from the pit. He whs a miserable drunkard. A kind friend had often expo-tiilated with him concerning liU conduct in vain. One afternoon, lute...

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. — 2 June 1875

linmbtHc a'tcchh) ealbtg ;m& imailc : MtbMsb;.j, unc 2, 1873. Mauxtill U tile FMfthltOiefl 1H.KI. Knumtlllv hroulrl .tllishrl rVHl.lHr.S VlY THR WHIG AND CHROKICLE COMPANY. WM. V. JK'HOY.OIf, lYmripnl Editor, W'M. RULE, Mnnm,wi J-Mnr. TKKJM OF MIUKRIPTIOSI. One sci.JV.n TT 82 "9 Oninr. m x ursnl fin ... 1 l' TwMl'i?'. :tr ! t Twenty e?ie. one ri-ur.... 0 WKDXESDAY, JUNE 2, 1S75. The value of the small pr i m-tj of the farm is shown In the following fact: "The production nf poulty in tbe United States is not lex than lijO, KK),0mh pounds annually, w..r:li i-V.-OfKi,(lfH, and eiru'H worth us tuuoli more." The Republicans of Pennsylva nia enter the eativu-s with enthusiasm aud confident nf success, li'i.-. ;ir! raufl's three year administration the at! iir of tue State lias been emi nently creditable, and il cm no', he suece-s'iiliy a--ai'ed. I he cmipak'n in Pennsylvania an. I Ohio will be wa'Ched with unusual interest. The Republican primary elec tion in Cincinnati resulted in se...

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