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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 27 October 1871

fv .'.in V" 1 1. '. : i :ir:;j SasU and Blinds. ; .'' ; Lumber Dealers, THE DAILY CHRONICLE: .V Family Groceries Real Estate. G SCOTT, J--1-. .fionftTN '.rr. -a- : i ' SCOTT, -RENSHAWT& .HAGiiER, , HUHSON & BAHETS EAL ESTATE COLUflN. fIUIS OF DA1LT PAPER. Per mono, by carrier or by mail,.. t 'f. - . . , 75 8.00 rer year Joy mail,' ' . i ; ) , : j ; WEEKLY PAPER. Wholesale : Grocers' AND A5D II i f n 4 ! mm : ill A T 3 Xo. 1 H rf. 'J - J- -'' .. . ' "--C V T Ar.cfantlr on h . ' 1' j 0,1,1 m low ror cash, rverv Arucie in our jjine. irj.us.nio JHiiU . J.V ijiil I."'" "" -., will not be undersold. DRAY ACE octl7,17l MY v. f." ; KNOXVILLE, U'i 1 1 1 : ii H J a Bio rT AVE NOW OPES FOR INSPECTION AND READY IJ rtncTariod assortment 01 !' ! GTerieral To be found in any establishment North or South Th Mei New, SpaciouH and Elegant Warehouse .; Has enabled them to materially increase their stock and present to the trade full and complete i lines of ( F 0 R E l G li A U D D 0 M E S T I ...

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. — 27 October 1871

Want e For Rent For Sale Boarding Lout Found aemiiSAScrted il tbi column at 23.. Cents each tertion, not exceeding Jive linet; over five line$ 5 Cents or each Additional Un4 will bi darted. For Rent. T II REE BOOMS IN SECOND STURT OF EX CHANGE AND DEPOSIT BANK BUILDING. ix-J dtf 1 1 t ; fE.P.BAtLEY.Caaliier.: THE DAILY-CHRONIOLE. " 'FRIDAY : M'ORNIXG OCT, 27,' 1871' Te, l-ar-jrest Cirenlatiou In lEnt Tenumee. of any Daily CHRONICLE rOFFICE 19 2LARKET. PLACE. DAILY 9IETEOBOLOG1CAL REPOKT. Signal Service, IX. S. Army, i Knoxtillk. X?K October 2(5. 1871. 'eg: CO - c 4 tf ; i d a s 2 as c ' u O S 3 c w c.x , o c e'o C. 7-Ai , 4 p. 53 71- 52 Togvr 29.906 20.935 S. 4 Cioudr.r: Lt. Rain. C3 N.W. 24 0.00 ? r 1 X it x t:tj ft WE.lfllEU KEPOKTS. . War Dsp't.C-ffick Chief Sigxal Ornciat, c WaMnston. D. C October 26. (7:30. P. k..) 1871.' PrvbobUiiieff The low barometer on Lake Huron will probably move eastward, with brisk southwesterly winds, to il ifht on the fa er lakes. Partially cloudy aid...

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. — 28 October 1871

I! i i KNOX VILLE, TENN., SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 28, 1871. NO. 150- r r- VOL. II. m4v I l i Jti -A' II : - LATEST BY TELEGRAPH, FOREIGN KEWS Br THE CABLE. Miscellaneous and ITashington News. FOREIGN. The Newcastle Explosion. Loxdox, Oct, 27. Thirty men out of thirty Ihreo were killed by the explosion of a mine near Jfcw Castle. A mutch between the English horse Ster ling and the American horse Bassett for ten thousand pounds is under negotiation. Two thousand pounds will be allowed the owner of Bassett to bring him to England. The distance is one mile and a half, and to carry equal weights. Sterling is a three years old by Oxford, he by Flatcatcher out of Silence. Matamoras, Oct. 27. Saltillo still holds out ngainst the Monterey revolutionists. Escobedo is marching in force against the rebels under 3torrelas and Hamala, The smaller cities of Neuva Leon have declared against Trevino. Two thousand Mexican citizens have fled to Texas. a HOME NEWS. KOITII CAROLINA AFFAIKSS. A Large X...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 28 October 1871

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. RUX.I3 KICKS, Proprietors. SATURDAY 3IORNING, OCT. 28, 1871. THE IARGEST CIRCULATION Of Any Daily Published, in East .Tennessee. The Ciiobxicle is the organ of any man who will expose corruption. The Press and Herald is the organ of any man, or clique, who wishes to slander the honest, loyal people of Blount county or of East Tennessee. The Memphis Appeal wants to know if Tennessee is to become as "Scott-ish" as Pennsylvania? Well, if "Scott-ish" means that our railroad system shall become as perfect as that of Pennsylvania, we say yes, by all means. i ' A viler slander was never perpetrated upon an honest people than that by the hirelings of the Press and Herald upon the people of Blount county. The 'proof was made upon them, and yet they failed to retract their malicious and false statements. They have no love for the people of East Tennessee, and therefore slander them with impunity. . The Chronicle has opened its columns for the exposition of frauds upon the...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 28 October 1871

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. Famllj Groceries. Real Estate. J. H. RENSHAW, Sasli and Blinds. A. G. SCOTT, SCOTT; : RENSH AT7 n& ; H ACKER, BURR & TERRY TERMS OF DAILY PAPER. I. N. HACKER. HUNS0H & BAILEY'S SEAL ESTATE COLUMN. 9 CARPENTER' & ROSS, Wholesale Grocers ..." AKD - COMMISSION MERCHANTS,. M.muiacturcrs end Dealers m FUR K I T U II E . Per month, by carrier or by mail,.'.1., Per year, by mail, : . - Lumber Dealers, .... 8.00 WEEKLY PAPER. AKD Irak . L r- Xo. ill " T ' Mi - W nd and sell low for cash, every Article in our Line. Try us. "We DRAYACE FREE. GEORGE A, ROACH, Salesman. KEEP constantly on ha will not be undersold. i 5 KNOXVILLE, IT AXE NOW OPEN FOR INSPECTION AND READY HUT. Ill fill mm I J and varied assortment ol General Merchandise, To be found in any establishment North or South. The additional room afforded by theirT - - New, Spacious ami Elegant Warelioitse lias enabled them to materially increase their stock and rrcscnt to the trade full and complete l...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 28 October 1871

Wants For Kent For Sale Boarding Lost Found ipill be inserted in this column at 25 Cents each in' scrtion, not exceeding five lines; over five lines 5 Cento or each additional line vsill be charged. For Kent. 'PUREE ROOMS IN SECOND STORY OF EX 5 I fillAKGK AND DEPOSIT BANK BUILDING. are for rent from October 1st -- , . ix-7 dtf J E. P. BAILEY, Cashier: THE DAILY CHRONIOLE. SATURDAY MORNING, OCT, 28, 1871.1 The Largest Circulation of any Dally f u Last Tennessee. CHRONICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET PLACE. DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT. Signal Service, U. 8. Army. Ksoxtillk, Tb5K., October 27. 1S71.' f ' , o , u a is 2 a oe.o s z. r 2 2 O igHee'-lH H ft . ft P5 ft 7 a. m. 30-12S 49 4S Calm. Clear. 2 r. m, 30.02G 6ir 53; S.W. 6 UXft C9.i' 66- 53 S. 7 I OUSl WEATHER REPORTS. War Dep't. Offich Chibf Sioxal Oftici. Washington. D. C October 27, (7:30. r. K J 1871. Probabilities t : The low barometer in New York and New England rill probably moTC eastward, followed by brisk and ossibly high northwest ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 29 October 1871

t it i r 1 if i ? s KNOXVILLE, , TENN.,. SUNDAY: MORNING,; OCTOBER 29, 1871. NO. 151- VOL. II. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. FOREIGN KEITS BY THE CABLE. Iliscellancoas and Washington News. HOME MEWS. HOKE OF THE MOHJION TROUBLES. Billiard Match In Hew Tork. Tacht Bae ing, Are. Salt Lake Oct 28 Trouble it apprehended nhea flawkini' entonce ii delivered, women seem the most axcited Federal officials hare re ceived threatening letters. Brigham Toung has left the city. Evidently something impor tant is pending, bat it is not generally appre hended there will be any resistance to law. Cixcimxati, Oct 28 Dispatches announce the death of Gen. ltobcrt Anderson, at Keice, France. New York, Oct 28. Daly beat Gamier in the home and home game for $',000. Score Daly, 1,300; Gamier, 1,230. The Dauntless beat the Drcadnaught twenty miles to windward and return in twenty min utes. The bill of complaint against Tweed, Garrey, Ingcrsoll and "Woodward asks for over $6,000, HXX). Fortress 3Ioxroe, Oct 28. Tho s...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 29 October 1871

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. BULE A KICKS, Proprietors; SUNDAY MORNING, OCT. 29, 1871. THE jLARGEST CIRCULATION Of Any Daily Published in East Tennessee." BUILDING ASSOCIATION. The Memphis Appeal of a recent date contains a article on this subject, and gives figures and facts showing what , working men of all classes canjdo by combination. Notwithstanding the fact that Building Associations have proven a grand success whereever they have been formed, but few comparatively of the mechanics and labor ing men throughout the country seem to appreciate its benefits and merits as they should. This is due, however, in part, to the fact that the principles- on which such associations are based are not suffciently known. ; Last spring a very able address was de livered before the Mechanics' Association of this city on this subject by Mr.1 WY H. Browning, and its advantages clearly set forth. It is only a question of time as to the formation of such an association in Knoxville, for the workingmen her...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 29 October 1871

J IT. RENSHAW, A. G. SCOTT, SCOTT, RENSHAWj & mACKEH, F TJ R N 51 A T ffo. KEEl-cononl .,d n to. for ca. ui d r A Y A C E octl7,lS7l KNOXVILLE, AVE SOW OPBS FOR ISSl'ECTIOX AND BEADY e Itlllll PI, and raned assortment oi General Merchandise, To be foond in any establishment North or South. The ISew, Spacious unci Has enabled them to materially increase their stock and FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, Notions, Clothing, Boots, Shoes and Hats, Hardware, Queensware and Groceries, TO WHICH THEY INVITE THE ESPECIAL ATTENTION OF MERCHANTS THROUGHOUT THE Sept2",1871-dw. u KNOXVILLE STEAM SASH AND BUND MANUFACTORY, Oil IVLcGUee Street, INorth IXnoxiville. CRA1C & BARTLETT, (Successors to TARWATER & AMBROSE,) Sash, Blinds, Doors and Frames, Also, a large rariety of MOLDINGS AND SCROLL WORK OF LATEST STYLES. ThW .re .1,0 r.rr..red, .t .bort ...lie. t. m.t. .11 kind. nest, and at prices tnai aeiy cuinpcuiiuii. ..t:.i. ..n r nMrrM Satisfaction guaranteed in all cases. Far further par...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 29 October 1871

Wants For Bent For Sale Boarding Lot Found will be inserted in tJii$ column at 25 Cents each in sertion, not exceeding Jive lines; over five lines 5 Cents or each additional line will be charged. For Kent. rpiIREE ROOMS IN -SECOND STORY OF EX 1 CHANGE AND DEPOSIT BANK BUILDING, are for rent from October 1st ' - 1 -ix-7 dtf E. P. BAILEY, Cashier. THE DAILY CHRONIULE. SUNDAY MOBBING, OCT. 29, 1871. The arjr.et Circulation In East Tennessee. of any Daily CHEONICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET PLACE. DAILY METEOROLOGICAL. BEPOBT. Signal Service, V. S. Army. Knoxvilli. Tbx.. October : 1871. c (9 O Ob, P a o 3 3 E a -3 a a! c . U2 5 2 s- 3 C.w C.- H 35 p.. 7 a. k. 2 P. M. 4 P. M. 30.123 30.026 49 61' 43. Calm. Clear. 53c S.W. 53 0.31 WEATHER REPORTS. War Dep't. Office Chikf Sigsal Officie. Washington. D. C, October 28, (7:30, p. if..) 1871. Probabilities t C'ear -weather will probably continue on Sunday on the Southern and Middle Atlantic tout, and probably c'ear weather in New England ; brisk northw...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 31 October 1871

fj f M i ; '-'i";i-Hifc' "' ' ' " M ' -J- . 7" ' lit t , : - I - - - - KNOXVILLE, TENN.3; TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 31, 1871. NO. 152- VOL. II. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. FOREIGN XEirS BY THE CABLE. Hiscellaneous and Washington News. HOME NEWS. THE .WORMOX TROUBLES. Jnv"!iff"on" jthe Outrage Committee. Salt Lake. Oct 30. The Mayor of the city and four others were arrested "by the United States Marshal, charged with murder. The prisoners were taken to Camp Douglass. Some wild words attended the proceeding, but no re sistance. Orson Hyde, one of the twelve apos tles, fled southward to avoid arrest. "Warrants are out for Brigham Young and his son Joseph, charged wilh the murder of Richard Yatea. The indictments are founded upon the testimo ny of Bill Ilickman, formerly a Danite or se cret agent of the Mormons. Uawkins, for adultery, was fined five hundred dollars and sentenced to three years' hard labor. Notice of appeal to the Supreme Court has been iven. San Fbaxcisoo, Oct 30. The coroner's...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 31 October 1871

' ft ( 1 THE DAILY CHRONICLE. RUJLE & RICKS, Proprietors. . TUESDAY MOKNING, OCT. 31, 1871. . THE LARGEST CIRCEXA.TIOX : Of Any Daily Published in East Tennessee. DEMOCRACY ITS PROSPECTS, - . f Tiie sages of the Democratic party are much puzzled at present as to the policy to be adopted by them in the immediate future, to enable them to avert the im pending defeat which inevitably, awaits them in the forthcoming Presidential elec tion. Having long since abandoned prin ciple, they cling to their party organiza tion trusting alone to policy tor future suc cess., Like all old party organizations, they are cursed with an army of impracti- cables, and, as Democracy always has been, with a host of corrupt partisan lea der The recent elections have taught their thinking men that it is "worse than useless longer to oppose the principles upon which the Republican party was founded, gathered strength, swept Democracy from power and the Rebel-Confederacy out of existence ; and desire a cha...

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. — 31 October 1871

SCOTT, RENSHAW & HACKER, MnuuracturcrH and '1,!rH 1,1 FUR i in,i sell low for casu, every Article ia our Line. Try us. "We KKKPeoiimtly onhand ana , w ill not bo undersold. DRAYACE FREE. , , KNOXVILLE, VK NOW OPEN FOR INSPECTION AND READY FOR SALE. THE LARGEST, MOST COMPLETE " a ivi varied assortment of General Merchandise, IJ r l e i.-iu-l in any cttablishment North or South. The additional room afforded by their ...... New, Spacious anil Elegant Warehouse 1 1 t-iuHcJ thorn to materially increase their stock and rresent to the trade full and complete lines of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS oiioiis, Clothing, Boots, Shoes and Hats, Hardware, Queensware and Groceries, TO WHICH THEY INVITE THE ESFECIAL ATTENTION OF M E It C II A NTS TllKOUGIIOUT TIIliI SOXJXIIEKIV STATES. L. CRAIG. KNOXVILLE STEAM SASH AND BUND MANUFACTORY, On McGUce Street, INortli linoxville. CRAIC & BARTLETT, (Successors to TAR WATER & AMBROSE,) i nrYK to lb.- citizen? of Knoxville and the public genera...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 31 October 1871

antr-For Rent-For SalBoarding LostFound will be inserted in thi column at 25 Cents each in tertion, not exceeding five Uneif over five line 5 Cents or each additional line will be charged. r ' Fbt Rent. rpHREE ROOMS IN SECOND STORY OF EX 1 CHANGE AND DEPOSIT BANK BUILDING, are for rent from October 1st; - ? -: , U-7 dtf ) v i ' ' E. P. BAILEY. Cashier. THE DAILY CHRONICLE. TUESDAY MORNING, OCT. 31, 1871. The Largest Circulation In Ent Tennessee. of any Daily CHRONICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET PLACE. DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT. Signal service, 17. S. Army. Knoxvill. Tkm October 30. 1871. fa- a o.i - 25-S .2 J3 c fa- o 3 . e O v. o I 22 e o a -8? a 5 2 B ea o -E - hi . 2 a o a H 1 r o c ' or 35 '5 a 4 A. M. 43. Calm. ' 59 S.E. 2 57 W. 2 Hazy. ' Cloudy. Jr. m. 4 P. M. 30.201 30.207 67 68- 0.31 ' " WEATHER REPORTS. , Wa Dsf't. Ornci Chim Signal Officir. Washington, D. C, October 30. (7:30. r. if.,) 1871 Probabilities The barometer will probably fall in New York and New England, with southweste...

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

J I - r ;(:! 7: - r . m KNOXVILLE, TENN.3 WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 1, 1871. NO. 153- VOL. II. If . II. V NT V N7 y LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. NEWS BY THE CABLE. FOREIGN miscellaneous and irashingtou News. HOME NEWS. K4If.KO.lD CONTRACT CLOSED. Holler Explosions, Ae Ac. Cincinnati, Oct. CI. A contract liai been closed whereby the Chesapeake and Ohio Kail road secures a controlling interest in the Louis " villc, Cincinnati and Lexington road. St. Lorn, Oct 31. Two boilers exploded in quick smcccession in the Vulcan Iron "Works. One man was fatally hurt and eight seriously. TniLADELrHiA, Oct. 31. The Enterprise In surance Company has suspended. Conoord, Oct. St. Eighteen hundred sheep . i n 1 A ana six norscs, irom Vanaua, wcio oiz.ju iui under-valuation. Oswego, Oct. 31. An old tannery boiler from over presssure, exploded, killing one and wounding several. WASHINGTON. POLTOAJ1T TO BE C'RI'SIIED. Major of Salt UUe Relenncd, Ar. "Washington, Oct. 31. The correspondence between the Governme...

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. — 1 November 1871

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. RULE A RICKS, Proprietors. WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOV. 1, 1871. THE EARCiEST CIRCUEATIOX Of Any Daily Published in East Tennessee. SETTS SUMMARY. Cardinal Antonelli is seriously indisposed. The Duke of Montpensier ivill shortly take his seat in the Spanish Cortes. The affairs of the Sioux Indians arc being in vestigated by the Government The revolution in Mexico promises to give Jaurez some trouble before it is quelled. Anderson county, S. C, is to have a steam cotton;factory.vritn a capital of $150,000. "Weston -walked 50 miles last Friday in Ma con, Georgia, in nine hours, forty-nine minutes and forty-five eeconde. It is reported that the recent bank robbery at Barrington amounted to one million two hun dred and fifty thousand dollars. ' George Francis Train commences his South ern lecture tour at Louisville on the 14th prox. He is drawing immensely in the Northwest The citizens of Arizona ask that General Crook be allowed to punish the marauding Apache Indians, u...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 1 November 1871

C SCOTT J- 11 lvi" ' ' ' A SCOTT, RENSHAW & HACKER, abmufhcturerH ami Dealers In F U R WSraS i,,l -ind sell low fur jv ru i j x v-ui- , ... . J . . .. , 1 L 1 will not be unu-.- r n A V A fi It - octl7,lS7l All KNOXVILLE, ran ! 3 P 1 LL I 111 ' , r a v F NOW OPEN FOR INSPECTION AND HEADY FOR SALE. THE LARGEST, .MOST COMPLETE j J and varied assortment ot General Merchandise, fo be iound in any establishment North or South. The additional room afforded by their IVcav, Spucious mil Elegant Wnrchoiwo ,ja- enabled them to materially increase their Block and present to the trade full and compete lines of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, otions, Clotliln?, Roots, Shoes and Hals, Hardware, Queensware and Groceries, TO WHICH THEY INVITE THE ESPECIAL ATTENTION OF MERCHANTS T1IHOUG1IOCT THE SOUIIIlSlMf STATKS. '-c KNOXVILLE STEAM SASH AND BLIND MANUFACTORY, On McGhce Street, IVorlli Knoxvillc. CRAIC & BARTLETT, (Successors to TARWATEU & AMBROSE,) Sasli, Blinds, Doors and Frames, Als...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 1 November 1871

yant9for Rent For Sale Boarding Lott Found tcill be interted in this column at 25 Cent each in sertion, not exceeding Jive lines,' over five linet 5 Cents or each additional line will be charged. For Rent. riMIREE ROOMS IN SECOND STORY OF EX L CHANGE AND DEPOSIT BANK BUILDING, are "for rent from October 1st ix-7 dtf J E.P. BAILEY. Cashier. THE DAILY CHRONICLE. "WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOV. 1, 1871. Tbe Lrjret Circulation of any Daily lit East Tennessee. CHRONICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET PLACE. DAILY METEOROLOGICAL BEPOItT. Signal Service, U. S. Army. Kkoxvill. Tbx.t., October 31. 1871. g use; Vs - J . St a aa J .2 2 2 - . 5 E .2 8 . c-3 2 55 Sh H HA ft tf'S a WJ 7a. k. 30-018 53 63 N.E. 6 Threat'. 2 r. m . 29.097 67c 6 N.W. 4 4 p.m. 29.097 68- 62 W. 5 0.31 Lt, Ra!n. WEATHER REPORTS. War Dep't. Omc Chiif Sigjcal Officm. Washington, D. C October 31, (7;30. r. ..) 1871. Probabilities : The barometer will probably continue to fall on the Atlantic coast with southerly winds, cloudy weather and rain ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 2 November 1871

0 ' F i i S i i U f t : f- .. ' - ,. KNOX VILLE, TENN., THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 2, 1871. NO. 154 VOL. II. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. KOUEIGS NE1VS BI THK CABLE, msccllanpons and TTashiBjton Kews. HOME NEWS. JIM FISK ARRESTED. The fifinnall Enquirer's domination for tbe Presidency. Nkw York, Not. 1. James Fiek. Jr., was formally arrested last evening, on tuit of Jose phine Mansfield, on a civil action to recover S'AOJJ of Maniaeld', which Fiilc had usd bu failed to account for it Ho gar bail in um of $3,000. A letter from Miss Maasfield to Fik upbraidB him for perfidy to her, and says it's, a shame to compel her, who grew up with him from noth ing to thej ow great Erie iropressario, to -vindicate horse ' ourt She refers to his scheme, revealed to her four years ago, of stealing the Erie books, of staying with him in Jersey City and how, when he was buying the New York Legislature, he said it would remit in either a Fisk palace in New York or a stona palaee at Sing Sing, and requested he...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 2 November 1871

!" ' 1 .1 v.. !."! 1. i- - ! .: . 'i tiV- H 5 r y f ft lit n ? J "iff ?, J ' ' 1U it t . ,8 i 1 t lit i iv ? 1 3 w I. '.S r l - t B THE DAILY CHRONICLE. RULE A RICKS, Proprietors, THURSDAY MOKN ING, N OV. 2, 18TLB " - rr? " .. . v - THE IiAROEST CIRCULATION Of Any J3aily. Patlisted in East. Tennessee. iAFFAIES-IN GZOEGIA. Our dispatches have riven the fact of the resignation of Glovernor BullockTof Geor gia, and the qualitltatioGlof the Speaker of the Senate,Benjamin Conley, as his suc cessor.' IrielreasWs hat' liave influenced Governor Bullock to this course are briefly get forth' in address to the people of the State1, published on the morning following his resignation 'In that address he says, that bfeiug convinced 'that a. conspiracy was formed to impeach hinvfor alleged il legal acts done in liis fficiarcapacity, and. thatpaVtor the plot yvas to unseal efiooigh; of his political friends in the. Senate to inj sure his conviction without regard. .tOi the testimony or law; he conc...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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