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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 26 November 1871

. cw Advertisements. CUN DUR AN GO ! Bliss, Keene & Co,'s Fluid Extract. THE WONDERFUL KEMEDY FOB - CNn-U, SYHIILIS. SCROFULA , .CERS. SALT KlIEl'M. AND ALL OTHER CHRUMC BLVVV DISEASES. ; - . v . Ln. T. T. Kf.knk bavingju.t rc ;,n 1 brought with him a quantity of gnu mendati.-n and assistance of lil"Vof that Kepub-M-nt of Kcu,-Jor. and the ovcrnmen of thH Kep Sic. wc arc prepared to i b o" 0f that which tent, and at a price RUS compelled oa to ibe cost of the first very small supply ' . , charge. ! . (J, nrrpared from the genuine our ILL ID E-,Vit from Ecuador, secured riiiu nraiiso J.urk froni Jw country. Sold hyai'tanceonheauth.riwoy n l.yall Drifts .n pint JpJJiitioM for use. Price name trade kv" 5&Vrtrert. New York. ;0. Laboratory I-SS, JiEEA'E CO.; ,.r t , v T) AVabington. D. C,; Z. E. BLIS3, Mggj Keene, M. D New York, AATVgH'si:nOLD MACAXISE is AUfll I Ll O offerd free during the coming year to cYu(bcrof .Merry Museum, the Toledo Blade, i.rrnT' Pi-mwwt, Ac, which is an...

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 November 1871

Want For Rent For Sa' Boarding Loot Found will be inserted in thin column at 25 Cents eac in tertion, not exceeding five line; over five line 5 Cents or etch Additional line will be charged. ' For Rent. rriflE STORK llOFRF. No. 1 Apply to S. B. KENNEDY Dr. 50 o (ty Stsfft. or W. S. KENNE-novl-dtf THE DAILY CHRONICLE. 3 UN DA V MORNING, ?N0V. 2G, 1871. Ti Iarxet Circulation in East Trnnesnfe. of any Dally CHRONICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET PLACE. DAILY NLTCOROLoniCAL KET JUT. Signal Service, I". S. Army. Knoxviixe. Test.. November 25. 1371. c-3 I Si 3 f - c v a e S .a H :tt pi Z Z. ?( r 5 ;a 2 w : .I . 3 7 a. m. 2 r. m. 4 P. M. 3 U1 1 48 301.17 ! 62 47; 57: S.E. i 58"! W. i Foggy. Cloudy. e.OS WCATMEK KKrOKTN. War Dep't. Officb Cmr.r Signal Offices. Washington. D. C. November 25. (7:30. p. ..) 1871. Probabilities z The barometer will probably continue to riso until Sunday morning in New England, with pleasant weath er and falling temperature, but falling barometer and increasing cloud in ess...

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 November 1871

eCk ' H ill U ;!! I KNOXVILLE, TENN; TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 28, 1871, NO. 176. VOL. IL 4 'xwmmm f nliitM) Ol II: in i i ie? lii in in ' i . hi x !i 1 1 3 ti si LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. FOREIGN NEWS BY THE CABLE, miscellaneous and irasWngon News. WASHINGTON . avtvnnc or A kevexce officer. Nhnrp Article from Greclejr. Vasiunotox, Nov. 27. A dispatca'receircJ by the Commissioner of Internal Hovenue this morning states that F. Mier, late Assistant As sessor in Texas, has committed suicide, in consequence of a fear that he vrould be arrested for collecting and embezzling Government funds. In an article in the Tribunt to-day, in answer to an article in the- Times which says Greeley committed a stupendous foil' in dreaming of the Presidency Greeley reasserts that he will never seek office, but will never decline dufjv The article claims that the field is open, and jays we respectfully protest against the acrimo ny, the malevolence, and the proscriptivtve nom manifested by certain journals w...

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. — 28 November 1871

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. RULE A RICKS, Proprietors, TUESDAY MORNING, NOV. 28, 1871. THE LARGEST CIRCULATION Of Any Daily Published in East Tennessee. Quite a sensation lias been created at Sc'ranton, Pennsylvania, by thesinking of a"portion of the city, built over coal mines. Considerable damage has been done to buildings as well as as to tho mines and the greatest consternation prevails. 1 Era esentati ve Harris, of Shelby county, has introduced a bill in the House to encourage manufactories. It provides that all capital employed thus by any sin gle firm over and above $10,000 shall be ex empt from taxation for ten years. This is th true' spirit, and ive hope to see the bill Tpass. The following dispatch we clip from the Nashville papers of Sunday : An agent of the Government telegraphs from Tennessco to the District Attorney that he has ..taken into custody Michael JStrohmier, David Coaty, James "lieatxjind Claiborne Beaty. These men were indicted by the Grand Jury of the District 'ot...

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. — 28 November 1871

ivrw "AdTcrllscmcnti. Bliss, Keere Sl Co.'s Fluid Extract. THE WOXPEKFCL EEMKDT FOR mendation and anteunr e of Hw1 w ney i dent of Ecuador. f.JS to I limited lie, we are prepared to L fi.orAc" naVter of that which urWlD EXTRACT is Cnndnrnniro pr Vt?es oMba?country. Sold by aistmee of tnthi our by all Droits in pint bott e. nari name, trade mark andfull direct! y 10. t Laboratory 2S. KEESE CO., - tr t w.shinffton. D. C.: Z. E. Bliss, Jh TT. Bliss. M. 31. D., New York. M, D a ew I or.. -- jTOrriIOI.D MAGAZINE is W I II 1 1 1 n nferd ire auriDK me coming year 10 ereryTu" nbePof & Museum, the Toledo Blade, ... .!- h!rh 5s an vi1nit nf if. PnfnrnT-H ix-TH" monk and l'01-ulauTy. ITora firfMfv, Jams Tar- ' ntimbcr. in ciubbing it o.ers three first-class pe riodicals for the price of one of them. A variety of premium? on equally liberal terms - It is in original, frt -cl magnrire. Volume X begins with Jan. T2. Three rynmrn rofi' fre. Address S. S.WOOD, Nerourgb., N. i' "M''"Hm Solicited...

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. — 28 November 1871

HTtPor Rent For Sate Bo jrding Loot Found will be inserted in thii column, at 23 Cent ench in sertion, not exceeding five linet; over Jive linet 5 Cents or each Additional line will be charged. For Rent. r-niIE STORK IIOFRE No. 50 on Gay Strfkt. 1 Apply to S. B. KENNEDY or W. S. KENNE DY. nov4-dtf " THE DAILY CURONIGLE. TUESDAY MORNING, NOV. 28, 1871. The IarKet Cirenlntlon of nny Pally In East Tennessee. CHRONICLE OFFICER MARKET PLACE. DAILY JICTEOnOLOGlCAL B.T.V RT. Hlgnal Nervlee, V. 8. Army. Kkoxtillk, Tmr.v. November 27. 1871. 7 a.m. 0.099 62 f8jS.W, 4 Cloudy. 2 p.m. 29.005 IS wis AY. 11 4 p.m. 29.099 46- 43 jW. 12 0.43 Gear. WEATHER REPORTS. Wak Dep't. OrncE Chtkp Sigsal Officer. Washington, D. C, November 27, (7:30. r. kJ 1871. Probabilities: Brisk northwesterly winds will probably diminish to night and veer to northeast in the Middle and Eastern States by Tuesday noon. Fleasant weather will prevail in the South Atlantic States. An area of low barome ter will develop weft of ...

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. — 29 November 1871

J A 11 ' KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 29, 1871. NO. 177. VOL. II. i if1 id I3 LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. FOREIGN SEWS BF THE CABLE. Jliscellanfous and Hashinslon News. FOREIGN. tATKST ITHAX ADVICES. Military Execntlons in Ilnrnnn Fllitliis: In Mexico, r. Havana, Nov. 28. A special reports that eight students wens found guilty and sentenced ti death. ' " ' Two negroes were immediately shot for kill ing a volunteer captain. ' IWi-iness has been suspended bere. Matamoras, Nov. 28. A special of tbe 27th cays that four thousand government troops are rearing Saltillo to raise the siege. , ; Cortinas has appropriated the pay of the troops at Carriago to himself, causing a revolt. A general revolt against the government is cipected be the 1st of December. Matamoras, Nov. 27. The revolutionists under General Trevino attacked Saltillo on the J-itli. The fighting still continues. . General I'otha is advancing from San Louis I'otosi, with strong government lorces within aiding distan...

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. — 29 November 1871

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. IUEE KICKS, Proprietors. : WEDNESDAY MORNING. NOV. 29, 1871. TIIE I.AKGCST CIRCULATION Of Any Daily Published in East Tennessee: Ir lias been recently said by a promi nent genUeman in Washington, that dur ing our whole history there lias never b en a more peaceful and friendly condi tion of, affairs with foreign states than at the present time. .'So much for.tbe1 p res en t Administ ration. . Few Presidents have done more to simplify our; foreign rela tions, and to preserve our honor and dig nity as na a nation than Uio presetit.iu cunibent. Honest people will not over look this important fact. While politicians may blander him, the honest voters .of. the country at ill not forget that his adminis tration is marked by such substantial proofs of go.itl sense and patriotism. Thk following facts were collected from dispatches at the Signal OHice in New York on Saturday : ; U .. Snow fell at Duluth :iik1 St. Paul Minneso ta, tin". morning, with a temperature of 'J2 ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 29 November 1871

Financial. EXCHANGE and DEPOSIT BANK, Knoxville. Tennessee. KSTABLISIIKD 100. 1VE are prepared to purchase, at " Best Rates, Gold, Silver, Gov ernment, State, County, City, and Railroad Bonds and coupons, Ban of Tennessee Notes, New and Old Issue, Uncurrent Southern Bank Notes, and East Term., Va. and Ga. R. transacts General Banking Business, buy and sell Eastern and Southern Exchange at current rates, receive deposits and make collections upon the most favorable terms. Interest paid on Deposits in Savings Bank Department. Tickets by In man, Anchor and National Lines of Ocean Steamers, and Exchange on all the principal cities of Europe for sale. E. P. BAILEY, Cashier. JuIylJ-dJtwtf. r. M. MrGITEE. President. JOS. R. MITCHELL. Cashier. People's Bank of Knoxville AND STATE DEPOSITORY, Mrncic; Ococe Bank Building, Gay Street. KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE. Will transact General Banking and Brokerage Bn-ine.-. receive Dcpo?it?. is.ue certificate? of Depnpit, Heal in Exchange, buy Gold and Silve...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 29 November 1871

HW-F.r fienrFvf Sale BoordinffLoit Found be in-rrted in tliii column at 25 Cents each in riln. not exceeding fice I'm; over five line 5 Cent or ettrh Additional line trill be charged. For Rent. NTonr. imrsr No. 50 ox Gay Strket. Apply to S.B. KENNEDY or W. S. KENNE DY, novi-ati I THE DAILY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOV. 20, 1ST V The Largest Cirenlatlon of any Dally In Ensl Tcnnrssee. CHRONICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET PLACE. DAILY mETEOIlOI,OOIt-AL BEi -KT. Nizunl Service, IT. . Army. Kkoxvillk. Tknx.. November 1'8. 1871. 7 A. . 1 r. m. 1 r. . es.r a 2 a i e --e: 2.St5 :;.?.y) J3 H 4$ 4S sis.! ii 2, TO irsvr. 4V !Calin Threat' Misty. 0.02 WEATHER KCPOKTK. War Dkp't. Owe Cniitr Sisxai. Ornem Washington. D. C. November 2S. (7:3). p. ar..) 1571 ProhaJ'ilitiet t Threatening weahcr with rain will probably prevail by Wednesday morning froin Virginia to New Jersey with tnow on Lakes Eiio an'I . Ontario.. Northeast winds will prevail in the Middle and Eastern State. vcer'ng to the north on Lak...

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. — 30 November 1871

St- 4 j VOL. II. KNOXVILLE, TENN., THURSliA Y MORNING, NOVEMBER SO, 1 871. NO. 178. 4 lfll ' I f LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. . o FOREIGN SEWS BV THE CABLE. Miscellaneous and Washington Kcws WASHINGTON. CXBAX 0,1'ESTION AGAIN. The Xorih Atlantic Kqnndron Strength rnrd. Y amiixitox, rov. '.k vuimn aflairs are attracting much attention. There arc many sensational dispatches, and the matter was un doubtedly discussed in the Cabinet to-day and reinforcements for the North Atlantic fleet de termined upon. The vessels of tho fleet with drawn to honor the coming of Alexis will hurry back', consul iieneral Atliarano wants war vessels in that harbor. The execution of the eight students for excess ovor the grave of the odious volunteer Captain U generally regarded as barbarously horrible. There is no excitement at the Spanish lega tion here. Minister Roberthas has no commu nication from his own or our Government indi rating other than a pacific solution of pending misunderstandings. It is said that G...

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. — 30 November 1871

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. BILE KICKS, Proprietors, THURSDAY MORNING, NOV. 30, 1871. TIIE LARGEST CIRCULATION Of Any Daily Published in East Tennessee. THANKSGIVING DAY. Ring out, ye joyous bells, on the clear, crisp November air. Peal fortb, ye deep toned chimes, and tell the story of your most pleasing duly! To-day Ave dedicate to Thee, Oh Lord of hosts, and lay the lowly homage of our thanks and praise at Thy feet. It is meet that man should unmistak ably and formally, at an appointed time, and with a realizing nense of its infinite deservedness, " render unto God the things that arc God's," and publicly and thankfully acknowledge His most gracious care and loving kindness unto us, a nation and a people being mindful at all times, as individuals, to ascribe praise, and glory, and honor to His holy name. This day, set apart by our rulers, Nation al and State, by official proclamation, ac knowledging our utter dependence upon the goodness and mercy of God, and re turning thanks for our e...

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. — 30 November 1871

1 T Financial. -OILY UVITEK, J E. P. BAILEY, Cashier, President. I EXCHANGE and DEPOSIT BANK, Knoxville, Tennessee. KSTABLISIIED lsUO. tVE are prepared to purchase, at " Best Rates, Gold, Silver, Gov ernment, State, County, City, Railroad Bonds and coupons San of Tennessee Notes, New and : Old Issue, Uncurrent Southern Bank Notes, and East Tenn., Va. and Ga.R. ftrknsact a General Banking Business, buy and sell Eastern and Southern Exchange at current rates, receive deposits and make collections upon the most favorable terms. Interest paid on Deposits in Savings Bank Department. Tickets by Inman, Anchor and National Lines of Ocean Steamers, and Exchange on all the principal cities of Europe for sale. E. r. BAILEY, Cashier. Ju!;15-dwtf. C. M. McGIIEE. JOS. R. MITCHELL. Cashier. l'rcsiaent. Peopie's Bank of Knoxville AXD STATE DEPOSITORY, Office; Ocoec Bank Building, Gay Street. KNOXVILLE. TENNESSEE. "Will transact a General Banking and Brokerage Bu te's, receive Deposits, isue certifi...

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. — 30 November 1871

O Wnnt Fvr RmtFor Sale-Boarding Lost Found will be inserted in this column at 25 Cents each in sertion, not exceeding five line; over five line 5 Cents or eich additional line will be cliarged. For Rent. THE NTOKE lIOt'SE No. 50 nv Gat Strekt. Apply to S. li. KENNEDY or AV. S. KEXXE- nov4-dtf THE DAILY CHRONICLE. TIIURSDAr MORNING, NOV. 30, 1871. The Largest Cirrnlatlon of any Daily In East Tennessee. CHRONICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET PLACE. DAILY JIETEOKOLOGICAL BEl'JBT. HlKnal Service, C S. Army. Knoxville. Tkxx.. November, 1871. c S ? o e o w - - ? 2 .a . M O a O Q. P. S5 S c. CO 7 a.m. 2 P. M. ;n.M3 34 SfjN.W. 2 Cloudy. i 30.021 32 2SrN. 17 I 302t 31- 27 X. 12 0.02! i J I r. m. ! WE AT II Ell KEPORTN. War Dip't. Office Chikp Sigxal Officie. Washington. D. C November 2J, (7:30. r. M J 1871. Probabilities . Rising barometer with partially eloudy and pleasant weather is rrobable for Thursday over the lakes and Atlan ic con.t. the winds increasing to brisk northwest in New England, but dim...

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. — 2 December 1871

NO. 170. KNOXVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 2, 1871. 3 I VOL. II. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. FOREIGN SEWS BTTIIE CABLE. Miscellaneous and Washington News. HOME NEWS. TOXXOIXY IX JAIL. Preparation for the Agrleultnral (on rress. 2sKn York, Nov. IK). Ex-Comptroller Con nolly is in the Ludlow fetrcct jail. The patrol case of llonnaston vs. the Ameri can Telegraph Company for the alleged breach of contract and in which one hundred thousand dollars is claimed, closed to-day in the United States District Court by a verdict of seven thou sand, live hundred dollars for plaintiff. iSrRi xgkielu, Mass., Dec. 1. The centre cotton mill at Jinksvillehas been burned. Fruiting Gkouxds, Miss., Nov. SO. The light to-day between Maco and Coburn resulted in the withdrawal of all bets. They fought cloven rounds, lasting four hour and ten min ute?. Mace said Coburn was the best man he ever met in tho ring. The first blood was in fa vor of Mace. There was no clean knock down. Both men arc afraid of e...

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. — 2 December 1871

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. RULE KICKS, Proprietors. SATURDAY MORNING, DEC. 2, 1871. THE LARGEST CIRCULATION Of Any Daily Published in East Tennessee. FRAUDULENT EAILSOAD E027DS. In the proceedings of the House of Re presentatives on Wednesday we find the following reported in the Union and Amer ican : :'" The joint committee appointed to investigate tho issuance of railroad bonds by the State, sub mitted the following bill and recommended its passage : "To provide for the Appointment of an attorney for the State to prosecute suits against parties engaged in fraudulent transac tions in bonds issued by the State." The bill provides for criminal prosecutions against all parties having any connection with illegal and 1'rudulent issuance of State "bonds to railroad companies. It authorizes the government to ap point a suitable person to examine the reports of the various committees on railroads appoint ed by the last Legislature to investigate the is suance of bond3 to the several railroads of...

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. — 2 December 1871

Financial. B5 St. F- "SSl.'. EXCHANGE and DEPOSIT BANK, Knoxville, Tennessee. ESTABLliilEP lfiO. ,VE are prepared to purchase, at " Best Rates, Gold, Silver. Gov ernment, State, County, City. Railroad Bonds and "SS of Tennessee Notes, " Issue, nt jouthern Notes, and East Term., v Wtansact a General Banking a buv and sell Eastern and Business, ouy Southern Exchange at current rates, receive deposits and make collections upon the most favorable terms. Interest paid on Deposits in Savings Bank Department. Tickets by lnman, Anchor and National Linos of Ocean Steamers, and Exchange on all the principal cities or Europe for sale. E. P. BAILEY, Cashier. Julylo-diwtf. C. M. MrGIIEE, JOS. R. MITCHELL. Cashier. president. People's Bank of Knoxville AND STATE DEPOSITORY, Office; Ocoee Bank Building, Gay Street, KNOXVILLE. TENNESSEE. Will transact a General Banking and Brokerage Bu- deal in Exchange, huy Gold and Silver. Bank Isotes, Bonus and btoeKs. We prefer that Collectors of Revenue rhould...

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 December 1871

Want For Rent For Sale Boarding Lost Found nill be inserted in th it column at 25 Cents each, in vrfion, not exceeding five line; over five line 5 Cents or ench additional line will be charged. For Rent. MWO OR THREE ROOMS, PART OF BASE J MENT. in new hou.-c, corner Cumberland and Patten Btreets, East Knoxville. to a respectable family, inquire at the house, or corner Main and Water ets. rpiIE STORE IIOCSE No. 50 ox Gat Strfet. 1 Apply to S. B. KENNEDY or AV. S. KENNEDY-. noTi-dtf THE DAILY CHRONICLE. SATURDAY MORNING, DEC. 2, 1S7I. The largest Circulation of any Daily In East Tennessee. CHRONICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET PLACE. DAILY METJEOKOMMUCAI, BEFJKT. Signal Service, C. ti. Army. Ksoxville. Trs.v., December 1. 1871. o-5 i oft 2.TN-E. 3 jFair. ; Clear. I 31c E. StTiCaltn. o.on. WEATIIEK HE POUTS. War Dkp't, Orrici Chikf Sigsal Officfb. Washington, D. C Decemler 1. (7:30, p. if..) 1871. , . Probabilitie i I : Northerly wind with clearing weather are probable for Saturday on the South A...

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 December 1871

r KNOXVILLE, TENN., SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 3, 1871. NO. ISO. i ' VOL. II. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. FOREIGN SEWS BY THE CABLE. Miscellaneous and irasfiinstou News. HOME NEWS. MOYKXEXT OF THE RUSSIAN FLEET. CabmI Clesed Navigation Prevented by Ice. ew York, Dec. 2. Persol, of Yille de TiTis, was detected of sniurglinr. The Russian fleet will leave for New Orleans lo.day, where it will await tho conclusion of the Duke's tour, and then will proced to China. Rouiwx, Dec. 2. The Delaware and Tludsr Canal is closed. Sr. Catherines, Dec. 2. The ice in the canal is three inches thick. Eight Northern transportation propellers and other vessels in the canal. Jacksox, Mis?., Dec. 2. rowers has been inaugurated. Governor Alcorn has gone to Washington. C. K. Marshall delivers the annual address at the State Fair next week, which commences on Thursday. The New Orleans Central Democratic Com mittee have issued an address in f:ivor of con tinuing the party organization and opposing al liance with eith...

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 December 1871

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. Sl'LE fc RICKS, Proprietors, SUNDAY" MORNING, DEC. 3, 1871. THE LARGEST CIRCULATION Of Any Daily Published in East Tennessee. THE NEW ISSUES. It now seems pretty certain that the .State of Tennessee will be called upon to make good what is known as the new is sues of the Bank of Tennessee. By this is meant what is known as the Torbett is sues, prior to the first of June, ISfil. There is no means of ascertaining what the pre-i-isn jimonnt. nf tlio-if issues mav be. It is generally known that under the profligate, proseriptive administration of Isham U. Harris, the llood-gates of corruption were opened wide, and the country was over run with every species oppression and vice. The State was ruthlessly cut loose from her moorings in the Union and precipi tatediuto the rebellion, after the people had, in the most solemn manner, said by an ovenvhelmning majority at the ballot-box, that they were opposed to secession. The measure was put through by force and in timidal...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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