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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 2 November 1871

Zf J. II. RENSHAW, v. o SCOTTf RENSIHAW &nSAull' HOI V:UVl Li LiLLa. Tinier .in--m-U WroTlll:2N! I ' T U II E ''': '' - r,4 A. I ii.l - . ,t i Hi' ' ,? ' ii i ft. , .,110nl and sell low ivi will not be undersold. lvttil COnsianu. v.. . , ( D R AT A'C E ' .1 oet!7,lS7l KNOXVILLE, Ill , I I AYH NQW. 0?iN JDR INS11ECH0N AM,D i j 1 and varied assortment of ,t ... w - General To be foana InnnV eftablishaient Xorth'oFSoutli. The New, Siiacloiis :tiniT H enabled them W materially increase their fitock and f o re i g n km m .in 5 ; i V . F ! ! ' ; 0 i" ' j s I " ' ' . - " M'ei . olou C'lollilnff, BooiV SlioesV'and:Vnats, :t ' r t , TIIliOUGIIQOT THE . ... a.. K-l .1 l- i . i ' . 1.(1 UXW. ' L. E, CRAIG. . Hardware, Queenswariei and Groceries, . . . TO WHICH TIIEY INVITE THE ESPECIAL ATTENTION' OF .?:; M E II C HANTS- , KNOXVILLE STEAM SASH ! AND : On 31cGlice Street, CRA1C & (Successors to TARWATEU & AMBROSE,) , , , 4 NXOUXCE tVthe citizens of Enozrille and the public generally ...

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. — 2 November 1871

Want For Rent For Sal Boardinff Lot Found will be inirted in tU column at 25 Cent ac -Krtitmi not exceeding fit Urn,' ctcrjlvt lime 5 Cento or mc additional litu will b charged. For Rent.; rpflREB ROOMS IN SECOND STORY OF EX 1 CHANGE AND DEPOSIT BANK BUILDING, are for rant from October 1st. ix-7dtf E. P. BAILEY, Cashisr. THE DAILY CHROHIULB. THURSDAY MORNING, NOV. 2, 1871. The Large! CIrenlatlon In Knst Tennessee. f nj Daily CHRONICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET PLACE-, liAILY IhTEOROLOGlCALi'BEP JRT. Signal fterTlee, IT. . Army. Khoxtillb. Tkjtm November 1. 1871. ' a L IW d " SB c o aw 5 . -i J S a .a - c 7 a. m. 29.S96 63 82 W. ( . f Cloudy. , 2 p; if. - 23.933 T Sle N.W. 20 ' ' I r. . 30.03S 54- 50 N. 14 0.31 I - :' . WEATUKK BEPORTJ. Was Dip't, Oppics Cbiip Sioval Oppici. :-. j Washington. D. C, Norember 1, f7:30, r. if-) l7L Preb&hiliiU : ; r '.'' The area of high barometer in the Ohio valley wilj probably more aorta and eastward with brisk north' erly winds to-night for a short time ...

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. — 3 November 1871

. 4 if; I JA-i ' ' ' - :J KNOXVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY MORNING, ; NOVEMBER 3, 1871. NO. 155- VOL. II. .ATEST BY TELEGRAPH. W.EIG NE1VS BT THE CABLE. Miscellaneous and Washington News. HOME NEWS. iriEr AT SALT LAKE CITT. jlrlijtm Tonne Fleeing Southward, Ae, Salt Lake, Nov. 2. Quiet now prevails. There is no prospect of an outbreak. Marshal Patrick is preparing an expedition to follow and arrest Brigham Young, who, it is reliably reported, is still moving Southward, with eleven wagons and one hundred armed mounted men. Business is dull. Money is scarce. The weath er is delightful. New York, Nov. 2. The details of the Bra zilian emancipation law have been received. Children born after its proclamation are free Seventeen slaves owned by the Government are free. . . Various provisions are made for the benefit of those still held in slavery. Religious corpora' lions are emancipating their slaves, and many private slave owners are moving in the same direction, and are converting them into fre...

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. — 3 November 1871

J 1 t-; ...-i ; - i "I : ! 'i V. t l THE DAILY CHRONICLE. RULE A RICKS, Proprietors, FRIDAY JMORNING, NOV. 3, 1871. -V THE LARGEST CIRCULATION Of Any Daily Published in East Tenseisee. XEWS SUMMARY. new bridge is talked of at Louisville, A Kv. O'Baldwin, the prize fighter, is rusticating in Memphis.!? ' i j ' : T f; ' TheEnterprise lnsurance Company of Phila delphia has collapsed. , . Six hundred feet of the levee in New Orleans cared in the other day. ' A hundred .Tennessee penitentiary , convicts have ben hired to labor on the Memphis and Selma railroad.' The investigating committee of the Legisla ture exculpate the public printers from inten tion tj defraud the State. , t 'yti ; -; " An address to Napoleon is being circulated among the officers and soldiers' who served un der the French Empire. : : ' ; The government will, continue the prosecu tions in Utah, and if necessary additional troops will be sent to that Territory, i : ' The reconstruction of the fVendome cplumu in Paris...

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. — 3 November 1871

ai'W,W!,,', - -. -Haj-ri t tt tj-cxtcttaW . .VATT 0. A" AJUXOJJ.. SCOTT, E.ENSHAW & ' HACKER, Manufacturers PUR ,BRA T I mmm'- band and el1 low..for f KEEP constantly on 1 1 will not be undersold. DRAY AC hU 7,1 V7l KNOXVILLE, (Jill Lil. l i AVE NOW OPEN' FOR INSPECTION AND READY FOR SALE. THE LARGEST, MOST COMPLETE I I an i vanea assoruneni oi General Mer r . i, found in any chablisnnicnt North or South. The Nov, Spacious antl . . . x : - ...!. Hi; pn:l;ilC'l twill 10 mai(ri;iuj iLticasB lucit tiw i'iwv-. iv u.v v . FOR El G N A N D D 0 M E STIC D R Y-GOO DS, oliotis, Clolhlng, Boots, Sliocs and Hats, Hardware, Queensware and ' Groceries, TO AYJIICII THEY INVITE THE ESPECIAL ATTENTION OF -' MERCHANTS TllliOUGIIOUT THE L. E. CilAIG. KNOXVILLE STEAM SASH AND BLIND MANUFACTORY, On McGhco Street, TN"ortli Itnoxvillc. CRAIC & (Successors to TARW i XXOUXCE lo IhefitizenB of KnoxviNe and the public generally they have (leased tit wto forincr iV ly o.vui.iod by TARW ATER i AMRROSE,...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 3 November 1871

WsnttFor Rent For Sale Boarding LottFonnd . t,jU inserted in (Aw column at 23 Cents eael -nrtion, not mcfdingfiv Unetf vvrfi.it line 5 Cents er ftuk additional tin will bt tkarred. - r r - THE. DAILY CHRONICLE. TODAY MORNING, "NOV. 3, 187L " Th Irxet Circulation of any Dally la East Tennessee. ... CHEOSICLX OTTICE 19 XAEXXT PLACE. : DAILT HETEOROLOG1CAE REPORT. Signal Service, U. S. Army. . , . . . - 7,;' Kkoxtillb. Tiirirw November 2. 1871. hi In s "silsl"--? S m c 3 ..2 s oq H:5 H H Q - - " " Ti. x, K.im 41'N.B. 6 2 r. X. 30.951 Bl N. 1 Ir.i. 30.009 W- 5r Calm'. ' 0.1 j Cloudy. WEATHER REPORTS. Warn Dip't. Ornci Ckiif Sural 0rici Washingto. D. (X. Nevember X, (7:30. r. K.J2871. .' M : PninbiliiU,.- ; -' ; ! ; The bexemeter will probably rise slightly wHk light winds and pleasant weather ia the Southern, and Mid dle 8Uke en Friday; northwesterly winds and par tial! eloudy weather la New England and northern KewTerk; fresh northwest winds ea Lake Outario. southerly winds ea Lakee Mi...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 4 November 1871

t i I V t '! Nun ; ! ! KNOX VILLE, TENN., S ATTJ11DS7I JVININ Qi NO VE MBER 4 , 1871. NO. -.156. VOL. IT. Ml- .. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. FOREIGN SEWS BF TIIE CADLE. tliscellaneous and' ITashington News. FOREIGN. Enjrlfeti Lon Expected. Losvos, Xov. 3. Surprise is expressed that the Bank of England has made no change in the rate of interest. 'At a government meeting yesterday, the circumstance was ascribed to the fact that a loan is about to be placed on the market to meet American engagements arising from some financial failures. The American houses here know nothing of the matter. ' Versailles, Nov. 3. It is expected that Jules Favrc will be embassador to Berlin. Lord Ilarcourt resumes the cmbassadorship to Koine. The HA(iCE, Nov. 3. A convention' for the talc of the Dutch settlements in Sanatia and th coast of Guiana has been signed by the Dutch and English governments. Turin, Nov. 3. The Italian government con templates spending 7,000.000 of francs upon the Alpine fortification. Lon...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 4 November 1871

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. RULE & RICKS, Proprietors, SATURDAY MORNING, NOV. 4, 1871. THE EAR G EST CI R CUE ATI OX Of Any Daily Published in East Tennessee. JUDGE AITOEEWS. The Washington Chronicle brings intel ligence that, on Tuesday, Hon. George Andrews was appointed United States Dis trict Attorney, for the Eastern District of Tennessee. Such an appointment will be received with universal favor. Judge An drews is a gentleman of profound legal at tainments, and has a private character above reproach. He is a man of untar nished reputation, and will do credit to the position he holds, and will reflect the high est honor upon the power that appoints him. 9 I REASONING AGAINST FACTS. Yesterday morning we presented to our readers the minority report of the commit tee anDointetl to invpstif.itp tin nllpirpd m. x - - - o a public printing frauds. This morning we give the majority report. "We invite a careful perusal of the two documents. It will be seen that the majority report con sist...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 4 November 1871

T TT TTVUA SCOTT, BENSHAW aud 3IanuOicturers FUR N HI nit MATTRESSES, Ao. -Untly oir haii J and sell. low fur cash, every Article in our Line Try us. We will not be undersold- A-.--r-neP-. f DRAYACEFREE. , .-.. K'tl7flS7l KNOXVILLE, 33T FOR INSPECTION AND READY rtmentof rTlVE (iV OPEN H and varied assortment of llli, General Merchandise,.. Tobcfoun.linanycjtabli.hinencNorthorSouth. The New, Spacious unci ,blcd them to materially increase their stock and Has enal FOREIGN AN D D 0 M Motions, Clothing, Hoots, Shoes ami Hats, Hardware, Queeiisware and Groceries, TO WHICH THEY INVITE THE ESPECIAL ATTENTION OF MERC H A NTS , ; THROUGHOUT THE SOUTHERN SiTATE Sept. 2", lSTl-diw. L. 13. CRAIG. STEAM SASH AND BLIND MANUFACTORY, On SlcGrlieo Htrect, IVortn Knoxville, , f CRAIC & BARTLETT, (Successors to TARWATER & AMBUOSE,) , -ii a T,nW;c ecncrally they bvc leased the Factory Tonncr- all kincU of Sash, Blinds, Doors and Frames, Also, a large variety of MOLDINGS AND SCROLL WORK OF LATES...

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

Want For Bent For So! Boarding Lott Found will be inserted in thit column at 25 Cents each in tertion, not exceeding five linet; over fire linet 5 Cents or each additional line will be charged. For Rent. IIE STORE HOrSE No. 50 on Oat Stkkkt. or W. S. KENNE-nov4-dtf Apply to S. B. KENNEDY DY. THE DAILY CHRONICLE. SATURDAY MORNING, NOV. 4, 1871. The Largest Cirenlatton of nny Pally In East Tennessee. CHEONICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET PLACE. DAILY METEOROLOGICAL JSEI' .BT. Sigual Service, U. S. Army. Ksoxtille. Tkssm November 3. 1871. c o s s ! tt o Z eS 1J 4 ' --50 S CO. o WEATUER REPORTS. War Dip't, Oftici Chikf Siosal OrriciE. Washington. D. C NoTember 3, (7:30. r. u) 1571. Probability T The highest pressure will probably commence on Saturdi y in New England, with northerly winds and rlcasant weather ; tht cloudiness in the outh Atlantic States will extend to New York daring Saturday with light easterly winds; an area of low barometer will ex tend over Lakes Michigan and Huron, with easter...

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. — 5 November 1871

"J K y V i s& KNOXVILLE, TENN., SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 5, 1871. NO. 157, VOL. H. i 1 H I i K3 S3 C s IATEST BY TELEGRAPH. -o o THE CABLE. isfr!!an?oas and lrasliinjlon News. FOREIGN. TW:I of CominunlsJs iu Pari. J'.iias Xfv. 1. The trial of the Communists uir.rtl - concerned in the assassination of Gene rals Lecoiiiie and Thomas is progressing and ::f:r.ict; gro.it crowds. London, Nov. 4. The telegraph this morn ing prints n special dispatch form Paris contain i::g a statement that a plot against the present L-.'Vi rntiH iit of Spain, of a dangerous character, 1: ;s Won discovered in that city. JI.Yi.irAY, Nov. 4. The schoor.er Maria Cell i. : :n Turk's Island reports that she spoke with 1::" French war sliip Amazonon, who was with Ks- f rudder and Fjmrs in a verj helpless . MiiJition. She was under steam with a drag (.u( ) steer ly. VASHINGTON. jiixisiEii to (oxsTAxrixori.i:. r.onN fur llii Lnropoaii Syndicate. Yv'asiiinuton, Nov. 4. Tlic rostmaster (i inTal v ili be absent u...

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. — 5 November 1871

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. RULE t- KICKS, Proprietors. SUNDAY MOUSING, NOV. o, 1871. THE LARGEST CIRCULATION Of Any Daily Published in East Tennessee. REPUDIATION MEANS DISGRACE FOREVER. Absence from home for the greater jortion of the time since Governor Brown sent his message to the Legislature has pre ventel us from saying anything a3 to its merits. So far as it relates to the finances of the State and it is devoted almost en tirely to this subject we think it compre hensive and to the point The Governor is evidently opposed to repudiating the State debt, and in this he will be sustained by the honest people all over the State, re gardless of party. The idea of repudiating any portion of our obligations because bonds have been issued, as some say, in an irregular manner, did not originate in a spirit of honesty. If the acts of a Republican Legislature on this subject are to be considered void, then all their acts are void. If they were legal representatives of the people, they had a le...

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. — 5 November 1871

C SCOTT, J- u tt'511"' ' SCOTT, RENSHAW & HACKER, SlanufucturcrH Dealers in FURNITURE Xo. i,..n,l uri'l sell low for cash, every Article in our Line. Try us. Wo will not bo undersold. . . DRAYACE FREE. Oi'! 17,1-71 4) d Bill ; I IS S U KNOXVILLE, AVi: NOW OPEN FOIl INSPECTION AND READY FOR SALE, THE LARGEST, MOST COMPLETE l J an v.uied assortment of General Merchandise, ; l;c i ' 1 i anv c.-iablishuieuc North or South. The additional room afforded by their lScw'9 Spacious and Eleffaut AVni-elioue ;a; - h r k-l tbcm to materially increase their stock and present to the bade full and complete lin- s of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, Xolions, Clothingr, Roots, Shoes and Hats, Hardware, Queensware and Groceries, TO WHICH THEY INVITE THE ESPECIAL ATTENTION OF M E H C H A NTS TilUOUGIIOUT THE SOUTHERN STATES. L. T. CHAIG. KNOXVILLE STEAM SASH AND BLIND MANU FACTORY, On McGhcc Street, INortli Knoxville. CRA1C & BARTLETT, (Successors to TAR WATER & AMBROSE,) t iFXCE to thocitie...

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. — 5 November 1871

TTW Tor Rent Tor S-ile Boarding Lot Found ,rlH be inserted in this column at 25 Outs each in merlion, not execedinp five line; over Jive Una 5 Cents r rich ad liti-ma! line will be charged. for Kent. 'I hi: store iiorsn No 50 OV GiV Street. Apply to S. D. KENNEDY or W S. KENNE- dy. novl-dtf mi.uii THE DAILY CHRONICLE. SUNDAY MORNING, NOV. 5, 1871. Largest Circulation In East Tennessee. of any Daily CHRONICLE OFFICE 19 LI ASSET PLACE. DAILY METEOItOL-OGICAL. KE1'.BT. SiRU.il Service, V. S. Army. Kxoxville. Tesx. November 3. 1871. i s v CO 3 eg : c c OS. '" Hi I a 'S-i 9 H & l BG I A. M. 1.IM oJ.071 3I.CJ7 CO G) o9 Cloudy. 51 I " P. U. 4 p. M. O.OfVTbreat'g. Vt'F.triir.K ItKI'OKIS. War Dsp't. Office Chief Signal Offickb. Washington. D. C. November 4, (7:30. p. h..) 1871. Prohabilitiet : CI u ly :m 1 threa'ening weather will probably con tinue from Cape Ilalteras to Cape Co l, with north easterly winds ; clearing weather will prevail on Sun day on the South Atlantic coa t, and clea...

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. — 7 November 1871

ftttfji'iitiick KNOXVILLE, TENN., TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 7, 1871. VOL. II. NO. 158. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. roRKiwx ircirs bf the cable. Wisrellaweons and Washington News HOME NEWS. HEAVY ISSUE OF BOXDS. Tiir Bonded Debt of Son 111 Carollnn. 2kw Yokk, Nov. 6. Tlic If orW states that llie entire State Government of South Carolina is liere. The Ainciiwin Bank Note Company printed (ncnty million bonds for Mr. Kcmpton, the financial agent of the State of South Carolina. It is said Governor Scott admits that tho bonds have been printed but denies that all of thorn were issued, but does nut state tho amount is filed. Kcmpton, it is plated, bring? a claim against the Slate for services and commissions amount ing to four million dollars, and the other State llicers have not dared to resist the payment thereof, though much of it is for renewals which were credited as to the new loans. The commissions it is said has more than swallowed the original loan loan. The expenses of the last Legislat...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 7 November 1871

t-i ' ' I 1 I'M: ' ' ! !( ! K a !; ! KtUl I ;.- ,M ' It I;: r ;-! 1 ! J '5. ils i .J" !'; l ' .1 r i;- !f Mi - l 1: iT" ti. THE DAILY CHROX10LE.' KILK .V- JISCKS, IM-ciirictorm, ! vjTUESDA Y MOUSING, NOV. ?, 1871. " THE J,AI!ET IKC I I.ATIOX CI Any Daily relished ia East Tennessee. NEWS RU31MAUY. TVvn'y-two de-tillis a day is the average iri Ci.icini.al!. ! : . The Sii:xi:i-i trvK-r-s !mvn silenced the ballet r:-..-- oftnc' insarcnt at JleTJ.v ! r ': 7:.-, of Ailfuda; edited l'jj l)r. JIarJ, lias supw-ndo! 'Ubiic:iti2.. . Mr. Yia. Cullon Rryant was V-rn November lT'-'l, scvcnly-soven 3"oar ago Friday. The snorting dca of the Knglish' jvjsiliat, Jem Muco. ia .New York, is to besoKl at auction. 1 Tlu -re r.rc eiaht :-in factories in tli United States, wh.-e annual pnlaetion ii G, 7:20, (J00, 000 k.- - ' : ! - Twelve niiiii-nt .f .Kiuiialkf voad Juwi.iHrf-n. ff.ii d iV-.-M C.-dif '"ia during tlie i-a.-l nine Mr! J.'Iiti l'i-0'"'i:tVd, an officer in llic war of i ', "dir-d recent! .T ?'...

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. — 7 November 1871

it Ft j. II. KENSIIAW, ;. SCOTT, and Miinuracturcrs FUR n its rT:.Sj5KSaSfr So. t ,,, J.MU.1 W"fr cash, 1 " DRAYACE KN0XVILLE, NMV.;i-i:n- iR.ltflKri AKI KBAMT .-"iricl acM.rtuieut f tWaii lifillllf? 1 b ,sg ftfW nil 101 , 1 li 11 1111 II funeral Merchandise, ,...,! laanyc-talUnent North or South. Tl.o a.61:tunil room nff-rdod by their ' .t' ' TMcw, Spacious an Ktegant Warehouse , , ,, t(. Jli:,t,.rlHy increase their dock and i-rcrent to the tsvle fu.M and u,-K'te lin.sof FOREIGN AMD DO MESTIC; D BY GOODS, lotions, WoU.Enjr, Kots, ioes Slain, Hardware, Quesiisrfire and ' Grocerea, ' T0 IIICII TUliV. ISVrTK THE EECTAL ATT 15 NT ION OV U E 11 C II A N T S O ' J -.71 (Ulw. l. j:. cr-Ki. r SASH AND BLIKD MANUFACTORY, On 31eflhcc Street, IVortli luioxvi.-e. CRAIG & BARTLSTT, (Successors to TAIIWATE1! & AMJiltO.SE.) Al.-o, a large MOLDINGS AND SCROLL WORK OF LATEST SlYLES Tfc. y arc r.'.so prcnar.-d, at.crt ntke. to mate all kinds vt 1 vi.-c- tn it ih ;v cf-reii-uu-iM EAST TEHHESS...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 7 November 1871

WanttFor Kent For Sal-e Boarding Lort Found ill be inserted i tli column at 35 Cents eock "n- tertion, not exceeding five lintt; over five line 3 Cents or each additional line will be charged. For Rent. rTIIE STORE HOrSE No. 50 ox G at Strfkt. Jl Awly to S. B. KENNEDY or V,'. S. KENNE DY. norl-dtf THE DAILY CHRONICLE. TUESDAY MORNING, NOV. 7, 1S71. The I,h racist Circulation of any Daily in Kant Tennessee. CHSCSICLE OFFICE 19 KARSET PLACE. MAILT KETEOKOLOGICAI KEFJRT. S'arnnl Service, 17. S. Army. Ksoxtille. Tex.f.. November C. 1371. a lot 5 -"i.v s-i e i .3 Is Sic Sis 5 :&-!?! -rS a r-. 1 i 7 a.m. 30.020 41lj 40 jCalin. 2r. y. 30.013 fcc; 55rj 4 p.m. 30.014 04 UoS. 4 ' I I jHazy. jCloudy. 0.00 i WEATHER REPORTS. War Dzr'T. Omct Chikf Sigital Orrici. Washington. D. C November 6, (7:30, r. M.J 1871. Probabilities t The barometer will probably rise oa Tuesday very Fcncraliy along the Atlantic coast and bri!k winds rearing to the northeast; rising temperature in the Middle and Sout...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 8 November 1871

MMWiMMiMawMMW,'l'""WM""",,ll,iai' 1 if - wllw in- n 'I ft hi KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 8, 1871. NO. 159. VOL. 11. . : T r. ' r . 4 ' LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. FOREICX NEWS BV THE CABLE. HiscelUneons and irashingtoii News. jSrfnnK from tht Northern Elections Stole of IVcw York Gone Republican City Hopelessly for Tammany. The Geaeral Result Satisfactory. ELECTION NEWS. XftJorKjr In Xw York Etlninf rd Hi 30,000. WahikuHTOX, Not. 7. The following elec tion nummary has been received up to G o'clock r. m : Xew York. Tho majority in tlio city is estimated at 50, 000. The Toto i very lieavy and tho triumph of Tam many is probable. The number of arrests it not untual. Tweed is polling an immense vote in the third ward. At Albany tho Kepublican polled a lare roK Fifty8'1 towns hoard from, show a Republi can gain of 2,0. Jarvis Lord u re-elected from Monroe- district Tweed is elected by a large majority, Ledwich, Tammany candidate f,.r Supreme Court Judge, is defeated. O'Bri e i...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 8 November 1871

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. KTI.r A- KICKS, Proprietors, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOV. 8, 1871. THE LARGEST CIRCULATION Of Any Daily Published in East Teoneme. SEWS SOIMABT. N.-v 1'runswiek Tvant additionnl lubtidy. London contributes in nil 46,000 to Cbi- ra.sro. Victor Hugo lias twice failed to procurothe l:irdon of Henri liochefort by President Thier. It i? stated that there is a panic in the petro lium oil market in Pennsylvania. U" Conner thinks lie can mk Tweed and his crowd disgorge at least $0,000,000. The Venezuelan revolution is collapsing. Cu-n. Parro has been defeated by Diaz and bis im-n captured. There is considerable excitement m regard to the discovery of rich gold quartz in Brigbam Canon, Utah. Assays hare reached &g high aa $2,0U) per ton. A Tammany meeting has denounced the re port that Led with i said to have been bribed l.y Tweed with a large sum of money to desert the Keformers. Investigation shows that the Taria irorkmen. in killed, wounded and missing, aince the nar h...

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