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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 20 October 1871

-T TT A -1TTT?T Sash and Blinds. THE 'DAI LY-'CHRONICLE. Family Groceries. Real Estate. A. O. SCOTT, J- H- litJNSBA". ; SCOTT, RENSHAW &; HAOILBK,: BURR & TERRY, TEKMS OF DAII.T PAPER. . ,.r I. I. XlAViXXili. EAST TEAXESSEE Mauuiacturcrs and IJeaier CARPENTER & ROSS, Wholesale Grocers COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Per month, by carrier or by mail Per year, by mail, ; ........ .. . WEEKLY PAPER. A GIT y OAT - n -mil i- - i r Clubs of Twenty, orr oTer, per copy... .$ 75 . 8.00 LAND AGrENCY. F U It N T T U 11 E cm ATT RES SB S, frr-) yt "W Si" C" ' " 1 , ,1(;,i sell low for cAbii, every Article in our Line. Try us. "We K.EEP constantly on baud aim will not bo undersold. DRAY AC E FREE. 0CUt1C" , PflHTflU If olllllfi'll1 I 111 , jljjlL.il, ..JI.liUlll.lii' 11 Ull.j ii- tcrl KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE. AVE NOW OPEN FOR INSPECTION AND HEADY FOR SALE, THE LARGEST, MOST COMPLETE and varied assortment of General Merchandise, H To be iound in any cftablisncuent North or South. The additional ro...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 20 October 1871

Wants For Rent For Sale-Boarding Lost Found will be inserted in this column at 25 Cents roe n sertion, not exceeding Jive lines,' over Jive line 5 Cent or each additional line will le charged. For Rent. riMIRKR BOOMS; IN SECOND STORY OF EX- I . change" and deposit bank building. arc f-r rent frotn October 1st ix-7 dtf j E. P. BAI LEY. Cashier. THE DAILY CHRONICLE. FRIDAY, MORNING, OCT, 20, 1871. . The Largest Cirenlatlon ol any Dally i u Est Tennessee. , , ' CHRONICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET PLACE. HOAII..Y METEOROLOGICAL REPORT. s ' Signal Service, IT. S. Army. Kxoxville. Tkxx.. October 19. 1871. 35 6t' GU ST0 N.W. 1 5.3r;S.W. 7 j i 59S.W. 6 i 1 2 p.m. j S0.2U 4 p. m. ! 3i.221 0.00, Clear. V WEATHER REPORTS. War Dep't, Office CHrsr Signal Officek. Washington. D. C October 1. (7:30. r. rj 1871. Probabilities : The low pressure will probably move over New Eng land to-night, with brisk wind and but little cloudi ness. The winds will probably diminish on the lower Lakes; and pleasant weather ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 22 October 1871

f III I, 'V fir ivy v 1 5 1 11 1 III iT 1 W at f. KNOXVILLE, TENN., SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER j 22, 1 87 1 . - t ' . : ... 4 , : a ... . NO. 145 VOL. II. .mu .4 1 I Jm- Jim LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. FOREIGN XEW'S BT THE CABLE. Miscellaneous and Hashing News. HOME NEWS. tXIOX LEAGUE MEETING. - Prog-re' of the Mormon Trials. Philadelphia, Oct. 21. The national com mittee of the Union League met this morning, Gov. Geary presiding. A communication was received requesting a thorough re-organization of the league in Louisiana. . ; , . A national council is called to meot in Phila delphia on the 13th of December. New York, Oct. 17. The administration wing of the Republican party last night nomi nated Franz Sigel for Register, Geo. B. Barrett for the Supreme Court, and Chas. P. Daly tor the Court of Common Hens. This ticket is the same as that nominated by the reform Democ racy the night before. Salt Lake, OcfJL The polygamy triall are Progressing. The Mormons plead that they had no intention of c...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 22 October 1871

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. RULE fc RICKS, Proprietors, SUNDAY MOENING, OCT. 22, 1871. TIf E LARGEST CIRCULATION -Of Any Daily Published in East Tennessee. THE LESSON OF CHICAGO. The people of Chicago are setting an ex ample before the American people, which cannot fail to be turned into good account. Not only will the nation the people col letively profit by their noble example, but individually, and especially the young and the vigorous, will learn a most valua ble lesson. They will learn never to re pine and grow despondent under difficul ties and misfortunes, however appalling they may appear at first sight. They may learn a lesson of hopefulness, in the face of what, to ordinary minds, would seem irretrievable disaster. Had such a fire occurred in some of the large Asiatic cities, a hundred chances to one, they would never recover from the shock. But Chicago, Phoenix like, arises from her ashes and assumes a life and vi gor, that points to a time near at hand, when she will not only h...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 22 October 1871

J. H. BENSHAW, A. G. SCOTT, SCOTT, itENSHAW &c?&'; jJIanufacturers F U R Xo. sell low for cash, hand iind KEEr constantly on will not be undersold. flill DRAYACE FREE. GEORGE A, ROACH, Salesman. octlT,lS7l IP KNOXVILLE, m n If !H . . IT AVE NOW orEN FOR INSPECTION AND HEADY FOR SALE. THE LARGEST. MOST COMPLETE IJandf varied assortment of General Merchandise, lo be t mnd in anrcablimenl North or South. The additional room afforded by their Xcw, Spacious and Elegant Warehouse Ua enabled theni to materiully increase their stock and present to the trade full and complete lines of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, otlons Clothing, Roots, Shoes and Hats, Hardware, Queensware and Groceries, ' " to WHICH THEY INVITE THE ESPECIAL ATTENTION OF M E IIC II ANTS rrnijnrTfillOljT TII13 SOTJTIIKKIV STATES. Sept. 2 l?n-diw. L. E. CRAIG. KNOXVILLE STEAM SASH AND BLIND MANUFACTORY, On 31cGliee Street, Noi'tli Knoxville. CRAIG 6c BARTLETT, (Successors to TARWATER & AMBROSE,) k WOIATF i the c...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 22 October 1871

Wants For Rent For Sale BoardingLost Found teill be inserted in thU column at 25 Cents each in sertion, not exceeding five lines; over five lines 5 tnU or each additional line will be cltarged. For Rent. THREE ROOMS IN SECOND STORY OF EX 1 CHANCE AND DEPOSIT BANK BUILDING, are for rent from October 1st. ix-7 dtf J E. P. BAI LEY, Cashier. THE DAILY CHRONICLE. .SUNDAY MORNING, OCT, 22, 1871. The Largest Cirenlatton of any Dally lu East Tennessee. CHRONICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET PLACE. 1IL.T METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.' Signal Service, 17. S. Army. Knoxtillb. Tkss.. October 21. 1871. i . I I 7 A. H. 2 P. M. 1 P. . SJ.3K 43; Calm. j Foggy. 30.255 30.273 71' 71s- 61cCaIm. jFair 2 0.00 'Cloudy. i 61 jW. WEATHER REPORTS. War Dkp't. Offici Chief Siqnal Officii. Washington. D. C October 21. (7:30. p. if J 1871. Probabilities : The barometer wi I probably continue to fall, and rloudy weather, possibly with rain, prevail on Sunday, from the Gulf coast to the Ohio valley and the Middle btates. Brisk sout...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 24 October 1871

M It . 'ft ! , , Vil' ? j i KNOXVILLE, TENN., TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 24, 1871. VOL. II. NO. 146 . x- t i t i m . t r t r r w r r . i LAA A A A -l 'X w, v v r-S LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. FOREIGN NEWS BF THE CABLE. Miscfllaneons and IfasfeinCon Sews. HOME NEWS. THE .nORWOV ADULTERY cases. Lrgttl Decision In Missouri Government Mule Thieves Sentenced, r. SUNDAY'S DISrATCHES. " Salt Lake, Oct 23. Tho verdict in the Hawkins case, charged with adultery, found was guilty. The penalty is from threo to twenty jears imprisonment This is considered a test case, which virtually places polygamies at tho mercy of his first wife, who, under the act, is the only person who can proceed against him. St. Louis, Oct 23. The Circuit Court, with a full bench, refused to enjoin the County Clerk from selling railroad property for taxes. The Central American Insurance Company has susrnn&ed. Tor-EKA, Kansas, Oct. 23. In the United States District Court to-day three men were sentenced to live years imprisonm...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 24 October 1871

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. RULE A RICKS, Proprietors, TUESDAY MORNING, OCT. 21, 1871. THE LARGEST CIRCULATION Of Any Daily Published in East Tennessee. If the falsehoods of the Nashville Ban ner were all of as innocent a character as the charge that the Chronicle belongs to or is controlled by Col. John Baxter, its readers would never be misled about any thing. If it3 petty malice never gets vent, except in this -weak manner, its editors will never be guilty of shedding the blood of any one. If it has no better way of meeting the charge of swindling the State than this, honest tax payers will have no deubt as to who got their money. A few yeara ago, a great deal of com plaint was indulged in, not without cause, for the reason that Republican members of the Legislature took pay for their ser vices in greenbacks at their current value in gold. Now, the men that were the most severe in their condemnation of such a policy do not find it incompatible with their views of honesty to charge ; for...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 24 October 1871

J. II. BENSHAW, A. G. SCOTT, SCOTT, RENSHAW & SApI 3Xuiiuilictur eis mid g F u R N Xo. hand and sell low for cash, every Article in our. Line. Try us. Wc DRAYACE FREE. GEORGE A, ROACH, Salesman. : KEEP constantly on will not be undersold. lm KNOXVILLE, O AVE NOW OPEN FOR INSPECTION AND READY FOR SALE. THE LARGEST, MOST COMPLETE O and varied assortment of ' General Merchandise, To be found in any establishment North or South. The additional room afforded by their ' ' ; Kcw, SpacioiiH' anil Elegant Warchoiwo Has enabled them to materially increase their stock and rresent to the trade full and complete linrs of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, Motions, Clothing, Hoots, Shoes and Hats, Hardware, Queensware and Groceries, TO WHICH TnEY INVITE THE ESPECIAL ATTENTION OF MERCHANT S THROUGHOUT Sppt 2". 15Hdiw. THE L. E. CRAIG. KNOXVILLE STEAM SASH AND BLIND MANUFACTORY, Ou McGhce Street, North Knoxville. CRAIC & BARTLETT, (Successors to TARWATER & AMBROSE,) wvnt'vvp iv i,.iMTc of ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 24 October 1871

Wan'9For RenhFor Sale Boarding Lott Found till be inserted tHthit column at 23 Cents each tn- tertion, not exceeding five linctf verfice linet 5 Cents or each additional line Kill be charged. For Rent. rPHREE ROOM IN SECOND STORY OF EX- 1 chaxg tE AND DEPOSIT UAMi aLIIiDINu. are for rent from October 1st. ix-7 dtf J E. P. BAILEY, Cashier. THE DAILY CHRONICLE. TUESDAY MORNING, OCT, 24, .1871. The Largest Circulation In East Tennessee. of any Dally CHRONICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET PLACE. Ik 4ii. Hi:ii.(tuitMui(AL JUiPOKA'. Signal Serrlee, V. 8. Army. ' KxoxnLtK. T5S.. October 23. 1871. o XL . f 8 .2 tt e - s j jc - oe JJf S c 3P r;?,'v- S' i I 1 7 a.m. SO l'.'l 53 51 Calm. 2 p. k. 64'jS.W. 2 ir.u. 30.010 60- 61 S." ' 1 L - j Foggy. lit. Rain. 0.02 Cloudy! WEATHEK REPORT. War Dir'T. Ornci Chief Sigsal Omega. Washington. D. C October 23. (7:30. p. ..) 1871. ProbabUitie S Cloudy weather will Iprobably extend on Tuesday suth and east of th Ohio valley, and the cloudy and f moky weather in Penns...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 25 October 1871

I. 'i I- KNOXVILLE TENN;, WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 25,1871. NO. 147. VOL. II. t v , ' I LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. FOREIGN KEJVS BT THE CABLE. Miscellaneous and IFas&ingtou News. FOnElCN. nf 4T or THE J) ON AT ARTIST PARTY IX CORSICA. Resignation or Prince Xnpoleou, Vhrsailles, Oct 24 In the six departments named in the recently concluded treaty, Prus sian evacuation is proceeding quietly. In thcSupreme Council the Corsica Bonapartist party on a test vote were defeated by two ma jority. It is reported that Prince Napoleon tendered the resignation as a member of the Council. Loxdox, Oct 24. The Times this morning suggests the appointment of an impartial com mission to settle any international difficulty which may grow out of the cutting out of the f-chooner Horton, and believes that any com plication can be thus compromised promptly and on an equitable basis. t HOME NEWS. riRKN IS THE KORTIUVEST. Valuable Mines In Utah. Salt Lake, Oct 24. Experts from Cornwall say the recent discover...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 25 October 1871

THE DAILY CHROJICLE. RFLE RICKS, Proprietors, WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCT. 25, 1871. THE LARGEST CIRCCI.ATION Of Any Daily Published in East Tennessee. "A MERCENARY PRESS." The Press and Herald of yesterday takes occasion to reflect the falsehoods of the Banner iii reference to the Chronicle, and speaks of us as being mercenary. We are perfectly willing for this, community, where the facts are best known, to say which of the two Knoxville dailies is the mercenary sheet, Here, where the Press and Herald's nominal 'editors and proprie tors are known, let a candid public say what their character may be in that re spect. Respectable men in their own party do not hesitate to say ' that they pursue, whatever course pays best. If it would pay them to give publicity to a vile slander on the best friend they have on earth they would do it. The pub lishers of the Press and Herald, w hile at Chattanooga, were connected with an ex treme radical paper. One ofthem attested his zeal for the party by jo...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 25 October 1871

Sash and Blinds. THE DAILY CHRONICLE. Family i Groceries. ' Real Estate. J. II. RENSHAW, ;v. ;. scott, SCOTT,'1 RENSHAWJ & , HAG N. HACKEE. HUIIS0IT & BAILEY'S REAL ESTATE COLUMN! TERMS OF DA1XY PAPER. 3Xanufacturcr. and Dcalevln Per month, by carrier or by mail. . 75 . 8.00 Jrer year, by mail CARPEISTER & ROSS, Wholesale Grocers i - . - - - AKD COMMISSION MERCHANTS, F U 11 N I T U HE WEEKLY PAPER. HAT IVo. hand and sell low for cash, KEEP constantly on will not be undersold. DRAYACE FRE E. GEORGE A, ROACH, Salesman. If 11 If .1.1 j I j... i I.. Li.jlf 111 KNOXVILLE, rTAVE NOW OPEN FOR INSPECTION AND READY I J and varied assortment oi , General Merchandise, To be found in any establishment North or South. The additional room afforded by their r; IN'cw, SpncioiiM unci Elegant Warehouse Ha? enabled them to materially increase their stock and present to the trade full and complete lines of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, Aotloiis, Clothing, Roots, Shoes and Hats, Hardware, ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 25 October 1871

VTantZ-For RentFor SaleBoar ding LostFound -tcill be inserted in this column at 23 Cent each in tertion, not exceeding five lines t over Me lines 5 Cents or each additional line teill be charged. For Kent. rnilREK ROOMS IN SECOND .STORY OF EX-1-CHEIAND DEPOSIT BANK BUILDING,' are for rent from October 1st. " ' ' r ix-7 dtf E- p BAILEY, Cashier. THE DAILY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCT, 25, 1871. The Largest CIrenlatlon of any Dally In Kat Tennessee. CHRONICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET PLACE. II All. V ItrTFAROLOfllCAL REPORT. Signal service, IT. Army 's : . ' Ksoxtillk. Twk.. October 21. 1S71. c 2 HI CC O Z 58 35 J O a ij . j3 H C .S 01 02 H 1 M WEATHER REPORTS. Was Dkf't. Office Chikf Sigsal Officie. AVashinetoc. D. C. October 24. fT:30. r. M..) 1871. Probabilities: , The barometer will very probably continue high on Wednesday from the lower1 Lakes to the middle and cast Atlantic, with clear and clearing and smoky weath er Cloudy weather will continue on the South Atlan tic coast, and an...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 26 October 1871

mmmm -r 1 AW 1 i ' ! 1 1 ! .' Mi - ! " KNOXVILLE; TENN., THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 26, 1871. NO. 148- VOL. II. A 1 .. . Sfik . . . I . - - t ) , . c . . . . . f ,--v, . ",. - LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. FOREIGN -ITCH'S BF THE f ABLE. Sliscellanfous and .rasliiiiglon News. FOREIGN. I,ATEST MEXICAX A DTI LEV. gnrres of Hie Kevolnlionisls. l'rlnco "Vnpoleon l'nmnks. Matamoras, Oct. 21. Trevino'srironouncia mento as Monterey was in favor of General Dias. Federal officers have been arrested. At last accounts Trevino was investing Saltillo. Tlio Revolutionist; claim ten States. The tele graph lines in Mexico are all cut. Paris, Oct. 25. Princo Napoleon made a violent political speech at Ajaccio 3'cslcrda3. HOME NEWS. afii:ai, ron the si'm-kkixu. The I' I res in Michigan Yavlit Itaciiiff, tie. Detroit, Oct. 25. The Michigan State Re lief Committee has issued an appeal which slates that 12,000 to 1-j.OOO of the people of that State have lost cverj-thing; the fires are still burning and new ones ar...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 26 October 1871

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. RULE A KICKS, Proprietors. THURSDAY AIOHNING, OCT.IG, 1871. THE LARGEST CIRCULATION Of Any Daily Puhliihed in East Tennessee. A WOEK FOR THE PEOPLE. The Tennessee Tribune, of this week, brings us a detailed account of the assault made upon Colonel Prosser, at Nashville, by some young sons and friends of Gov ernor' Neil S.' Brown,' and the 'circum stances connected with it. The occasion presents an opportunity for saying some things on a subject concerning which pub lic sentiment is greatly at fault. ,, The cir cumstances of this case are; briefly these: Governor Brown, in - introducing Mr. Sehurz to a Nashville audience last month, in suDstance, said that there were no Kii klux in Tennessee, and that he was skep tical as to there being any in the South. This utterance was made publicly by a public man and was fit subject for com ment in the press. In an editorial written for the i Tribune, .' Colonel Prosser pro nounced Brown's statement as f false, and that Gov...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 26 October 1871

AG. SCOTT, J. H. KENSUAW, .. I. N. HACKER. V;'sCOTnC.:'E,ENSHAW. HACKBB, . . . 3Iuuiillicturci and Dealers in Sash and Blinds. THE DAILY CHRONICLE. Family i Groceries. Heal Estate. TERMS OF DAIXY PAPER. HUHSOCfi iBAHETS HEAL ESTATE COLUMN'! Per month, by carrier or by mail,... Per year, by mail. $ 75 8.00 CARPENTER' -fi'ROSS, Wholesale Grocers AKD COMMISSION MERCHANTS, F U R N I T U it E . -AND " ' ' " WEEKLY PAPER. " KEEP constantly on liand and sell low fur cash, every Article in our Line. Try us. "Ve will not be undersold. . DRAYACE FRE E. Octl7,lS7l KNOXVILLE, H AVE NOW OPEN FOR INSPECTION AND READY FOR SALE. THE LARGEST, MOST COMPLETE 8 ad varied assortment ot . General Merchandise, lo be lo iu l in any establishment North or South. The additional room afforded by their " ' " ' . . IVew, t"iacioii!S and Elegant "Warehouse lias enabled them to materially increase their stock and present to the trade full and complete lines of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, Actions, Clothing, Ro...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 26 October 1871

' WantfFor ' Rent For Sale Boarding Lost Found will be inserted in this column at .23 Cent each in sertion, not exceeding Jive Una over .five line 5 Cents or each additional line will be charged. For Itcnt.' t rruiREE ROOMS IN .SECOND STORY OF EX- CHANGE AND DEPOSIT HANK BUILDING, are for rent from October 1st."- -- . ? s ix-7 dtf J E. P. BAILEY. Cashier. THE DAILY, CHRONICLE. THURSDAY MORNING, OCT, 2G, 1871. The Largest Cirrnlntlon In East Tennessee. of any Daily CHEONICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET PLACE. DAILY METEOROLOGICAL1 REPORT. Signal Service, V. . Army. Kkoxvilli, Irks.. October 25. 1871. ! C K C E tS K S Si? St Hi fcB5 O K o." CS w pr ce - 1 7 a. k. 3O.07G 2 p. m. ZWS 4 p. . ?xwi ' ' 1 - t - o . jj " 53 52!n. 1 Foggy.-: t 7T T;W. 3 Fair. ;7G- fs7jwJ'jV? i 0.00 Clear!;' . WEATHER x REPORTS. War Dkp't, Omen Chikf Sigxal Orricxa. Washington, D. C October 25, (7:30, p. v..) 1871. Probabilities t The barometer will irobably continue to fall from New England to the South Atlantic, with c...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 27 October 1871

' t r r H y ' I " f : tt L V S , -"'it, J .-..,...- KNOXVpL OCTOBER 27, 1871. NO. 149- VOL. II. I LATESrBY TELEGRAPH. FOREIGN. XEirS Bt THE CABLE. Miscellaneous and Washington News. HOME NEWS. ' SEW YORK POLITICS. Flattering: Prospects for Harmony la Re publican Rnnki, Cincinnati, Oct 2G. Rev. Geo. Brown, edi tor of the Methodist Recorder, tnd, formerly President of the Uniontown, Pa.," College did to-day, aged 80 years. San Fraxcisco, Oct 2G. In addition to the fifteen Chinese hanged At Lot Ange'os includ ing a nine year old boy, one woman and several men were shot dead. '. ; New York, Oct 20 A mats meeting of th Republicans was held at the Cooper institnte to ratifythe State ticket Horace Greely presid ded and made brief remarks t urging harmony among the Republicans. Letter? were read from Senators Conkling and Fenton, expressive of regret at their absence, and expressing hope for the success of the Republican party in' the State. The principal speaker of the evening was Mr. "Wil...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 27 October 1871

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. RULE & RICKS, Proprietors. FRIDAY MORNING, OCT. 27, 1871. , THE LARGEST CIRCULATION Of Any Daily Published in East Tennessee. WILL THEY SO IT1 , P . j ; " The statement telegraphed with such a flourish of trumpets from Nashville, that the extract from the testimony of J! O. Griffith, recently published in theCiiROX iCLE,f yas not the whole of the testimony given by Purvis5 '&.Co. was partial and garbled and published without authority, we j hope will , not mislead any one. Of course the evidence published was not cn tirSj and it was not claimed by the Chron cinttiat it was. We gave it as but a por tion of that evidence and we undertake to say. that it will prove to be just what it purported to be when the full evidence is published. We did not claim, in either case, that we were giving a full statement of the : testimony, v.! But we did believe, and still believe; 1 that we gave a fair .extract an-d it will .) so prove. Of course, the secret pf this hast...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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