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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 8 November 1871

J. II. 11ENSUAW, o. scon. A. SCOTT, RENSHAw 3 In uultict urcrs N TJ K G&iMATTRESSES, So. j and sell low for casu, KEEP constantly on mi 4. .n .mrforsolu- will DRAYACE FREE. GKOUGE A, ItOACII, Salesman. KN0XVILLE, FOR INSPECTION AND READY ?ntof 11 iw vnw or ex 'and varied assortment of General Merchandise, Tw be f,nd in any csUblL-nment North or South. The JXCAV, SpUWOUH ,t.., them to materially increase their and stock and FOREIGN AND D 0 M ESTIC D R Y G00 DS, Xotions, Clotliln?, Boots, Shoes and Hats, Hardware, Queensware and Groceries, TO "WHICH THEY INVITE TUB ESPECIAL ATTENTION OF M E R C II A N T S '. . tm A rrva TIIKOUGIIOUT S'it. 2", 171 liw. THE L. E. CRAIG. STEAM SASH AND BLIND MANUFACTORY, On McGhec Street, IVortU uuoxwiie. CRAIC & BARTLETT, (Successors to TAllWATEIt & AMBROSE,) "k"J "f Sash, Blinds, Doors and Frames, Also, a large variety of MOLDINGS AND SCROLL WORK OF LATEST STYLES. dly 2T)-d3m EAST TENNESSEE BOOK O Williams. Sturares , , - WHOLESALE AND RETA...

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. — 8 November 1871

Want Fur Rent For Sfe Bon rd inp Lot Found tr!l be inserted in thit column at 25 Cent a caci in- erio, f excceatTigjive line pprirc tic w t 'C' it a I Htlynrt line tciU be charged. For Rent. ' mii: STOKE 1IOCSE No. 50 GiY StrITKT. Ao.iytoS. 13. KENNEDY or AV. S. KENNE-nov4-dtf THE DAILY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOV. 8, 1871. Ttic L.nrsrt Cirenlation of any DallJ in J'.-ist Tennessee. CH20SICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET place. DAILY 31 ITTKOKO LOGICAL. KEP JBT. Signal Krrtire, V. S. Army. Xxoxvilmc. Tex November 7. 1871. i i o c I cS .a i s I 5 2 a-3 c a' A. V. 3J.0-J5 .v.oil 42 j dim. SB. I S'.E. Foggy. 2 p. 4 r. Fair. if. O.OOlCIculy. Vt'l'.ATilEIt It E PORT. W Dsf't. Okficb Chief Sigxal Orric. Washington, D. C. November 7, (7:30. r. ..) 1571. Prohaliiliiiti : Tho barometer will probably fall on Wednesday long the Atlantic coast, with a rising temperature; nrtliwe-teriy winds will continue during the night in the M'd-ilc and Eastern State?, bnt diminish and back to southwest ; on Wedne...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 9 November 1871

Q wmmmmmmmm KNOXVILLE, TENN.5 THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 9, 1871. NO. 160. VOL. II. ' LATEST BY TELEGRAPH, FORI'.ICS KEffS Br THE CABLE. mscelUneons and WishlHoa Sews. ELECTION NEWS. TffB KtsriiT AS HEARD FROM. T JCarlhweat Goes Repabllesua Cheer Injr Indltlna In Xew Jeraey. AVicniKOTOK, Not. 8. Wisconsin elects a Republican Gorernor and Lejjwlature. Ulinoii elects a Republican Congressman-at-larr by 25,000 to 50,000 majority. w Jersey elects a Democratic Gorernor and probably a Republican Legislature. w York elects a Republican State ticket and Legislature, Tammany Hall was not open last night. Tlie World says the returns from this State, which wer' unsually backward this year, indi cate the election of the Republican ticket by at least 20,000 majority, as it T.erer rains but it pnUr. The majority may be aven more than this. We hare lost Steal of th Legislature and the Republicans will not fall far short of a two third rote in either House. The Tammany local ticket was roughly hand...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 9 November 1871

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. KI LE RICKS, Fropriclors, THURSDAY MOKNING, NOV. -9, 1877. THE LARGEST CIRCULATION Of. Any Daily Published in last Tennessee. NEWS SUMMARY. Tlio Gorman lioichstng have passed the war fund bill. ' ' There is to he a free bridge over the Cumber land river at Nashville. The internal revenue roeeipts fur the fiscal yo ir to date amount to $48,000, 730. , . ! '. The llunter's Point, New York, oil works wore burned on Sunday. Loss, $20,000. convention of steamboatmrn was held at Louisville on Wednesday, theSlli instant The British mail steamer have coased touch ing it San Domingo City, K.iez declining to help support the line. . . The business portion of Caohevi'l, Yolo coun ty, California, was destroyed by the explosion of. a kerosene lamp. San Domingo advices say that the revolution ary army, in two bodies is preparing an attack on the town of Azua. The registration of voters on Saturday, in New York City, was 25,.i3. The total registra tion foots up 152.'2. It exce...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 9 November 1871

J. II. EEXSHAW, - . , . s , SCOTT, SCOTT, RENSHAW & HACKER F U R N So. on hand ad 11 low for casii, 1. l'V'l .(1nt.:lIltlV will not be undersold D R AY AC E FRE E. OCORGC A, IIOAC1I, Salesman. I f ill 1 1 111 Sfi KNOXVILLE, .,. vw open fdr lxsrarnox ani heady 1 mul varied assortment of General Merchandise, r f ... l in ,nv olaWislum-t.., North or South. The additional room afforded by their ISfevr, Spaoioiw ami Ele-ant Warehouse , ,,, ,.,,0,1 then. materially increase their stock and present to the trade full and complete lines of FOREIGN AND D 0 M Motions, Clothing, Boots, Shoes and Hals, Hardware, Queensware and Groceries, TO WHICH THEY INVITE THE ESPECIAL ATTENTION OF M ERC II A NT S THltOUGUOUT THIS SOCl'IIHKN TATI1: S' i'fi . 171 ii- STEAM SASH AND BUND ? IMNU FACTORY, On McGliee Street, IsVr-tli Itnoxville. CRAIC & BARTLETT, (Successors to TARWATER & AMBROSE,) 4 N XOUXCE ?? the, ritU oT Knox vi " "J'aVill keep constantly on hand, and make to order. a 1 x" iiiit:u u...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 9 November 1871

Wanti For Rent For Sal Boarding Lost Found will be inserted in tkis colnmn at 25 Out each in sertion, not exceeding five line; over five tin 5 Onto r each xtblitional line will be charged. For Rent. MIK STORK HOrSK No. 50 fv Oat Street, Apply to S.B. KENNEDY or W. S. KENNE- KENNI nov4-dtf DY THE DAILY CHRONICLE. THURSDAY MORNING, NOV. 9, 1871. The LnrKt Clrenlntlon of Any Dully In TakhL TenneHscf. CHRONICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET PLACE. DAILY ItfETEOROLOUICAL BE I' .RT. Kignal Service, lT. S. Arnij. KNOXvn.LK. Tex.. November 8. 1S71. 13 1 2 O ; 1 1 u j-sd. 0Q IV EAT II EK IlKl'OKTS. War Dkp't, Ofticjc Cwicr Sigxai. OrricKK Washington, D. C November 8. (7:30. p. u) 1871. Probabilities : The low barometer west of the Mississippi will prob ably move northward, with southerly winds and rain from the Gulf coast to Kentuvky, and northeasterly winds ia Wisconsin and on the upper lakos; the winds will probably b.ick to southwestern on the lower lakes ; northwesterly winds will continue on the Mid...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 10 November 1871

iu ". : i -i 1 t i : KNO XVILLE. TENN , FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 10, 1871. NO. 161. VOL. II. IF;:" LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. FOREIGN NEWS BF THE CABLE, lliseellaneons and Washington Sews. HOME NEWS. THE ELECTIONS. Bolter Explosions Swln dim Seized, Bo.sTey,Xov.O. Ortalen won tho consoldiation dukes, and Tubman won the club purse. Time, 3:381. Handicap Steplechase, 3 miles ; TUdale, 1; Duffy, 2; Tammany, 3; Astronomy, 4. tew York, Kov. 9. Tho World estimates the Republican majority in the State at 12,000 to 17,000, and fays the Republicans have a two third majority in the House. The reported resignation of Tweed, Sen., is confirmed. Ingersol has returned. Dover, N. J., Nov. 9. The premature ex plosion of a blast broke the legs of two men and blew another one's hand off. Sax FRAcIsco, Nov. 9. Fifteen bag? of English mail, for Chicago, reached here by mistake, and were returned to-day. New York, Nov. 9. Theodore Baunson, tho leader of a gang of bounty and back-pay claim forgers, whose opera...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 10 November 1871

yrrt f. f :? -'1 ?! -a; '' f ; v ."1: : I'M: J . -. ... J f . ! ,' ,; it 11? T ; ' ? . ' J'. ' lii-t" i. l' i ? - T !l , I,' -..-' i -, ; ' I . if '-f '4' ':;'?. j . i 'V - :!cil J: i I ?- - IP Hi? iV I if Sr:": t -n;i r r. THE DAILY CHRONICLE, RULE A RICKS, Proprietors. FRIDAY MORNING, NOV. 10, 1871. THE LABGEST CIBCTLATIOS -Of Any Daily Published in last Tenneisee. THE KTJKIXTX AND THE DEKOCBACY. The immense ground-swell of popular indignation Which has released the old "fcrnplre State from democratic thraldom is the commencement ot a political reac tion, -which must inevitably result in the disintegration of the Democratic party fWe also have the most j flattering news from the West. The "Sucker State" has lected a Republican for Congress from , the State at large, by : a. greatly, .increased majority, which still leaves L Illinois among the undoubted . Republican States. Democracy, It seems, has gained but little by having organized the Kuklux Klari in the late rebellious States...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 10 November 1871

a ' m tt 1? m rn (SUCCESSORS TO TARWATER & AMBROSE.) ...... ..,..r and Dealers iu Lumber, Sash, Blinds, scroll work, mouldings SIcGIIEE STREET, Knosville, Tennessee. Doors, &c &c. Sasli and Blinds. Lumber Dealers, AND THE DAILY CHRONICLE. TERMS OF DAIIiT PAPER. Per month, by carrier or by mail........... $ 75 fer year, by mail, WEEKLY PAPER. notice, to make all kinds of work usually connected with this branch of busi- Knoxville. Tenn red. at short nouce. JLT icVAbat . defr r?ot further particulars call on or address "Satisfaction guarantee dly20-aiy CRAIG & BARTLETT. J. H. RENSHAW, I- .UAa.x.. RENSHAW & HACKER, A.. G. SCOTT, SCOTT, Manufacturers and Dealers in E U 11 N IT U R E AND MATTRESSES, No. ICO Gar Street, Kuoxville, Teim. KEEP constantly on hand and sell low for cash, every will not be unaersom. DRAYA Article in our Line. Try us. We .117,1871 C E FREE. nnoRGE A, ROACH, Salesman. .llMItl I) MANUFACTURERS, Offer for sale SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, MOULDINGS, BRAC...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 10 November 1871

Want For Rent For Sale Boarding Lot Fount, tcill be inserted in ti column at 23 Cent eac in tertian, not exceeding fire linett over Jive linee 5 Cento or each additional line will be ckarged. For Rent. THE WTO RE IIorSE No. 60 ox GlT Snmrr. Arply to S. B. KENNEDY or W. S. KENNE DY. nov4-dtf THE DAILY CHRONICLE. FRIDAY MORNING, NOV. 10, 1871. The Ijarjccst Circulation of any In East Tennessee. ; Daily i CHRONICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET FIACE. DAILT METEOROLOGICAL ItEl'.BT. Signal SerTlee, IT. . Army. Ksoxtillk. Tuts.. November 9. 1871. a t o . o te o . ts k a O V ft 3 fc Sr9 O e B S M H fit 3 S o S e c 2 C 0 HiO ft ft :i 7 a.m. 29.8-31 53 51 N. 1 2 r. k. 29.70S 61r 57c S.E. 2 4 r. w. 29.68g 6fr- 58 Calm. Threat'g, Lt. Rain. 0.03 WEATHEIt KCPOBT8. Was Dir'r, Orricx Chief Siohal Orrici. Washington, D. C November 9, (7:30. p. m J 1871. Yooaoitf ie . . : The low barometer in Illinois will probably move eastward on U Lake Erie on Friday : easterly winds will continue on Lake Michigan, backim to...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 11 November 1871

I "V0L. H. KNOXVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER II, 187 . ' : NO. 162. I '1 : -. i " i i . " LATEST BY TELEGRAPH VI F0REIGS KEW8 BF .TUB ("ABLE H0MEJ1EWS nTrknr.R arnxEn at xonroMC. IMllroiMl Arcldrnt In Ohio. -. York', Nov. 10. Marshal Sharp, fear ingthats")eof Jamcs Irvine's friends would attempt to rescue him from Ludlow jail, has ordered hi removal to the ederal tort. Ci.ffiTVVTr, Not. 10.-A-paengor train on he Cincinnati, Indianapolis and Junction Ivai r.ad wa? thrown from the track and ten person? seriously injure!. Salt Lake, Nov. 10. General Auger, who ln been aligned to the command in Tcxai?, loft THterdJ for A aslimgton. Atlanta, Nov. 10. The House has pas.-ed H bill providing for holding a i-pec-ial election f,.r Governor on the second luestiay in Decern 1t. The feclion providing for special returns of the election thT thaii the present ' law, was -tricken cut. The Democrat! contended that tho integrity of the pre-ent acting Executive, Mr. Conley, should be truste...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 11 November 1871

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. iUXE Jt RICKS, Proprietors, j SATURDAY MORNING, NOV. 11, 1871. THE LARGEST CIRCULATION Of Any Daily Publiihed in East Tcnnenee. XETVS -SUMMARY. The usury law has been repealed by the Senate ot Georgia. - . Strikes ainonradcmen arc prevalent at Ro ll m, France. ..:. Tlieo. Kamban, head chief of the Fiji, has proclaimed himself King of; the Islands under the name of Ebcnczer I. . ;-;.;;.:! President Grant's Mormon policy, has been heartily approved by the London Tims. Victoria C. Woodhull, Tennie C. Claffin and other women, tried hard to vote Tuesday, but were unable. Mrs. AVoodhnll will te?t the ques tion in the courts at once."' ; ' ' ' Preparations are being made to organize a grind lodge of masons for Utah. ' Tarker's majority for Governor of New Jer sey i estimated at if& ' ' " ' ; The remains of General Robert Anderson were brought home in the United Stale sUamer Guerrie. .." Tli national union of the inventors of this country will assembly in Nw Tork on...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 11 November 1871

CRAIG & BAKXJ.xi, :fVj -L '.SUCCESSORS TO TARWATElt & AMBROSE.), . ami iuMBER, S ASH, BLINDS, BOOKS, SCROLL WORK, ' MOULWKGS, &c. &. Knoxville, Tennessee. ru ui nrviL-vrrJ. Uhort n'-lj-' os, and at atisfncti) gnd at l.nce' that cij . vnr further particulars .ff)ifr nnrl!rii1:rs Satisfaction guaranteed hi an dly'JO-dly '- ' J. II.' KENSIIAW, I. N. HACKER. A O SCOTT , ' , SCOTT, RENSHAW & HACKER, 3r:iiiu(!i(;turcrH ami Dealers in F U R N Xo. KKKrconslantly on hand and sell low fur cash, will not be undersold. DRAYACE wt 17, 171 KNOXVILLE, 1 1 AVE SOW OPEN FOR INSPECTION AND READY 111 Jcsa MM 1LVLJLR3J 1 1 ami vancl assoruneiu oi General Mercliandise, To He fouul in ny ..stablUhmciit North ur South. The additional room afforded by their New, Spacious suitl llcaiit Warchouso 11,3 cal.k-1 th.m to materially in-rease their stock and present to the trade full and complete lines of v, FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, Motions, Clotliin?, Roots, Shoes and Hats, Hardware, Qu...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 11 November 1871

Want For Rent For Sale Board inoLoHF od rill be in-fried in thi column at 23 Crntn eoch in vHion. not exceed five linet; over five lint 5 Cents ck Additional line will be charged. J or cc Tor Itent. 1 'I MIE STOUT IIOI'SE No. 50 o Gat Street. Apply to S.B. KENNEDY or W. S. KENNE- IV. noTt-dti THE DAILY CHRONICLE. SATURDAY MORNING, NOV. 11, 1871. The Iirjret Cirenlntlon of any Dully fit Knit Tennessee. CHRONICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET PLACE. IIAILY METEOROLOGICAL. BEPRT. SlgnM Service, V. S. Army. Kxotvti.i.. Texs.. November 10. 1871. o - (3 . c 2 lilt 5 2-" J3l a-""! F c a o 3 i o c-i r- m w a i 7 A. M. 2 r. . 4 r. m. 51 40 40 W. 12 12 Clear. 47C;W. Fair. 3043 8'iN.W. 21 0.1 Ol WEATHER REPORTS. . , Wm DrT, Ofkics Chikt Sigxal Orricr.R. Washington. D. C, November 10, (7:30. P. M..) 1871. Probabilities : Rising barometer with clear and clearing weather will probably prevail on Saturday from New York to Like Saperior and southward to the Gulf. The storm in New York will probably pasa northea...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 12 November 1871

-mmMWr - . 'tl ' i l . t I ' . ! i i : t i f , v.J if i , M U .'It' . 5 KNOXVILLE,: TENN,; SUNDAY MORNINGiiNOVEMBER 12, 1871. VOL. It. NO. 163. ..... - '-vf1- - nJl -j. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. fOUEIfiS NEWS BV TUB--CABLE. Miscellaneous and Ifashlngton News. KOM NEWS. VATIOSAI' STEAMROAT CONVENTION. ilepuhilrnn .Mnjurity 8,000 in . Ilnnesoln. St. Vavl, Nov. 11. Austin's majority is over tm, with the upper counties to hear from. Louisville, 2ov. 11. Tlia National Steam boat Convention adopted a resolution providing for a committee of, two from each State, to draft n hew steainboat law and tirc its passage. The committee has power to call a convention when necessary. The committee on grievances report the pres ent law indefinite in its provision, as it compels owners to test inventions against their judgment of the utility and safety thereof, and loaves the local inp'ctors discretionary powers only against steamboat owners and their interests. It empowers supervisors to compel owners to p...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 12 November 1871

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. RFIjE ItlCKH, Troprlrlor, SUNDAY MORNING, NOV.: 12, 1871. tiie lihgest nrnATiox Of Any Daily Fubllihel iaEait-Tineisee.' HOUIST TAXATION. - A late number of-the-Menipliis .(iW0 tries to ridicule the -Republican members of the Legislature for being in favor of what it terms 'high taxes", and because they "sustain Gov. Brown's high-lax mes sage." It sneers at Senator Gibson, which he can no doubt survive, and congratulates Gov. Brown on the fact that the Nashville Tribune and the Knoxville Chronicle sustain his policy. " So far as the charge ol sustaining Gov, Brown's policy relates to Ug, we plead guilty,- tbat is-when we ; bo- lieve his policy is right. We took4 occa sion to speak of his inaugural address in pretty severe terms, because we opposed tbe partisan spirit which marked its utter ance. But when his message came out, setting forth the .. only financial policy, in our opinion,' ' that : honest ' men could pursue, we - approved 'it; So far as it relates t...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 12 November 1871

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. Stores and Tinware. ' " CTCCESfOBSTOIAKWATKRiAMBBOSE.)., ,r..frlnrete una Dealer lu Liimber, Sash, ' aieGIlEJS iKuoxville, Hoc. to mate all kinds' es and at price V 'i'Hca 'w Xrth particulars call on or address rx i .. . PtifactKnpuarni-- ' f r vrT J. II. HENSIIAW, 1. IN. uauais. SCOTT, R.ENSHAW--& HACKER, EUR Xo. It. aOV W M mi 1 V 1 i ; ' mm KrKP.-onstnntlvon "hand and s-cll low fur cash,' every Article in our Line. Try us. We will not be undersold. ' ; D RAY A C ; oct!7,lS7l KN0XVILLE, nnvrrnn Tv-i.rrrrnv AVn RFDY II AVE SOW orEN lOR srECTfON A2D RLADi U .ndTariedartmcntof . , ... W HI! General ( Meihjidisev To te fmnd in -ny nbfi.mpnt North or South. The IVcw, Spacious .tint i , - - I ' . Hb enjWed tbcm to materially increase their stock and FOR El GN AN D DOME Notions, tlollilnp, Roots, Shoes and Mats, Hardware, Groceries.' TO WHICH TIIEY INVITE THE ESPECIAL ATTENTION OF mek chants xiiRouGiiourr;TiiM soutiieun -states.:? rpi. c', ifii uniT. EAST TENNESS...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 12 November 1871

. r ' 1 :3,- 2l ' ... :; r i i 55; in' h TTWr or Rent For Sale Boarding Lot Found ill b interim! in tit colnmn at 23 t eae i- ,rlion, not exnteding fit linet; oner ire line- 9 Cents or each additional I ins will b charged. For Rent. rfIIE HTORE 1IOFRE No.' 50 ok Oat StrIkt. 1 Apply to S.B. KENNEDY or W. S. KENNE DY. not4-dtf THE DAILY CHRONICLE. SUNDAY MOUSING, NOV. 12, 1871. The Iirjret 1 renin t Ion of nny Dally In Eat Tennessee. cdnomcLE orncE is market place. MAILT KirrCOROLOOICAL REP RT. ffljrnnl Service, IT. S. Army. Kkoxtillk. Tlx- November 11. 1S7J. o 3 -" 3 2 a 9 a 2 72 ' I" '.-. .a ! , Sit; a c B! ' : 3S,N.E. 9 'Clear. 4orjN.E. 9 iy,;s.E.v'i2 o.o.. WEATHER RE POUTS. Wa Drr'T. Offtcb Cntitr Sigxal Offices. Washington, D. C November 11. (7:30, r. ..) 1871. Probalilitiet . An area of low pressure will probably develop on Sunday west of Illinois, and increasing southerly wind be experienced throughout the Mvfisiippi valley and en the upper lakes, with fallinr barometer and a r...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 14 November 1871

'I A.' J .5 i. - 1. KNOXVILLE, TENN.,; TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 14, 1871. NO. 164. VOL. II; 1 .. MWi'W- ' ' . i : : , , 7 '! iiji LATEST BY TELEGRAPH, FOREIGN SEWS BV THE CABLE. HOME NEWS.- ,.. or AX INSOLENT MORMON TllBEAJ pniEST. jlrntnl Art of Father In M. adonis. Salt Lake, ov. 13. Brigbnm Young is at St. George. It is rc-asserted that delegate Hooper is authorized to make terms at Wash ington. Nevt York, Nov. 13. A bed-ridden woman upset a lamp and was burned to dpath. Two homicides occurred yesterday. A Mormon Elder, Lyndsley, while prcuching at "Williamsburg, said: " We are God's chosen people, lie is working. A few weeks ago, Chi cHgo was destroyed. Thi3 is but a drop uf wa ter to what will soon happen. We were driven from that State, and God said the' should not lira there." A German suicided in front of Trinity Church yesterday. Xewhirg, N. Y., Xov. 15. Archbishop McClusky was continued as bishop yctterday by a vote of T"0. St. Louis, Xov. 13, John P. Flannegan, having su...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 14 November 1871

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. ZIEXE Jt RICCS, Proprietor. TUESDAY MORNING, NOV. 14, 1871. THE ULBOEST CIRCULATION Of Any D&ily Published in Eait Tennenee. BEPTJDIATIOlf. Some njen affect to believe that repudia tion is not thought of - by any respectable number of persons in Tennessee, but in this they are "certainly mistaken. The Memphis Appeal, in point of influence, is Bicond to no journal in the State. It has a large circulation, perhaps the largest of any paper in the State, and is conducted with an energy and ability worthy of a better cause. That journal denies favor log repudiation, but its policy and reason incr leads directlv to that result. In its is- lue of Saturday, last,' appears a-lengthy . communication on the subject, which ap pears on the editorial page, showing that the editors regard it as highly ; important. "WVbeg leave to call the attention of our rea ders, and all those who are skeptical as to the existence of a repudiation party; in Tennessee, to a few extracts f...

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