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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 3 December 1871

' r 4 Financial. Drugs and Medicines. THE DAILY CHRONICLE. SPECIAL fiUTICE. Stoves and Tinware. Ileal Estate. EXCHANGE and DEPOSIT BANK, KnoxvilleTennessee. KSTAlJLIfllED 1H0. 1TB are prepared to purchase, at emment, State, County, dty , and HaUroad Bonds and . NTs, and East Tenn..Va. and Ga.R. BWeCtransaot a General Banking 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 h) Inman, Anchor and National Lines of Ocean Steamers, and Exchange on all the principal cities or Eurorc for sale. E. P. BAILEY, Cashier. Julylo-dlrwtf. XjTTMcGIIEE, JOS. K. MITCHELL. Cashier. People's BankofKnoxville AXD STATE DEPOSITORY, Office; Ocoec Bank Building, Gay Street, KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE. Will transact General Banking and Brokerage Bu ne, receive Deposits, issue certificates of Deposit, deal in Exchange, buy Gold and Silver, Bank Notes, JJonds and St...

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. — 3 December 1871

XfanlK-For Rent For Sale Boarding Lost Found rcill he inserted in this column at 23 Cents each in sertion, not exceeding five lines; over five lines 5 Cents or each additional line will be charged. For Bent. rpWO OR THREE ROOMS. PART OF BASE X JiENT. in new house, corner Cumberland and Fatten streets E ust Knoxville. to a respectable family. Inquire at th i house, or corner Main and ater sts. .l-T.'dL't riMIE STOKE HOI SR No. 00 ov (Jay Strkkt. I Apply toS.B. KENNEDY or AV. S. KENNE DY". novl-dtf THE DAILY CHRONICLE. SUNDAY MORNING, DEC. 3, 1871. The. I,argret Circulation of anj Daily lit East Tennessee. CHRONICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET PLACE. IlilLV METEOROLOGICAL R EI .HIT. Signal Service, V, S. Army. Knoxville, Trks., December 2, 1871. a Put c E : k C c a . i Clear. 0.0ft Cloudy. WEATHER REPORTS. War Dep't, Office Chief Signal Officf.b. Washington. D. C December 2, (7:30. p. v..) 1871. Probabilities . The barometer will probably continue to fall on Sun day east of the Mississippi River...

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. — 4 December 1871

'I ..', II fl C ! 0 it KNOXVILLE, TENN., TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 4, 1871. NO. 181. VOL. II. I LATEST BY TELEGRAPH FOREIGN KEVsVtMS CABLE. SIisceIlanfousjiBStou News. THE PJIESIDENT-'S MESSAGE njft'r Safisftclory to his Friends. His Enemies Confounded. Appointment of Committees. SPECIAL to the chronicle. Washington, Dec. 4, 1871. The President's message -was delivered to-day. It is enthusiastically received and is considered as completely overwhelming his opponents. It is regarded by all as eminently prac tical, able and sagacious. The President's friends arc greatly encouraged, while his enemies are confounded and deeply cha grined. Joth Houses of Congress are organized. The House committees are generally sat isfactory. Dawes, of Massachusetts, is chairman of the Committee on "Ways and Means. General J. A. Garfield, of Ohio, is chairman of the Committee on Appro priations. Poland, of Vermont, is chair main of the Committee on Insurrectionary States. Hon. Horace Maynard is honored ...

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

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. itl'I.E A- KICKS, Proprielow. TUESDAY MORNING, DEC. 5, 1S71. T1IR LA KG EST CIRCTEATIOX Of Any Daily Published in East Tennessee. (Jovekxok Campbell, of "Wyoming, lias signed the bill repealing the woman suffrage law in that Territory. Thia is the only place where it has been permitted, and the fact that the law is so soon re pealed suggests that it wasn't popular nor desirable. There is hope that the disgraceful exhi bition of prize fighting will be frowned down by public opinion, now that the roughs, the patrons of the "manly art" are disgusted at the extreme caution of Mace and Cobum in their late drawn light near liiggolette, Louisiana. liitmT after our National Thanksgiving comes the welcome report that the Nation al debt has been reduced durinfi themonh of November, $3,4G2,080.lS. And thus the good work goes on. Anti-Arainistration papers wince under such telling argu ments as this. Postmaster General Creswell has renewed his recommendation forthcaboli tio...

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

Financial. E. P. BAILEY, Cashier. JOHX BAXTER, EXCHANGE and DEPOSIT BANK, Knoxvillejjennessee. ,TATtLISIIED 1H. WB are prepared to V " Best Bates, Gold, Silver, uov ernment, State, County, T, and BaUroad Bonds and coupons Bank of Tennessee Notes, rew iLe Uncurrent Southern Bank Notes, and East Tenn., Via. and Gra.R. ftrknsact a General Banking Business, buy d 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 ail the principal cities of Europe for sale. E. P. BAILEY, Cashier. JulylT-diwtf. C. M. McGliEE, President. JUS. 11. WITCH ELL. Cashier. People's Bank of Knoxville AND STATE DEPOSITORY, Office; Ocoee Bank Building. Gay Street, KNOXVILLE. TENNESSEE. Will transact a General Banking and Brokerage Bu UpunsitK. issue certificates of Di-posit it. deal in Exchange, buy Gold and Silver...

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. — 4 December 1871

Want For Rent For Sale Boarding Lott Found will be inserted in (hit column at 23 Cents each in ter! ion, not exceeding Jive linet; over five linet 5 Cents or eif h ndditional line will be charged. For Rent. riMVO OK THREE ROOMS. PART OF BASE L MEXT. in a new houe, corner Cumberland and Patten streets. East Knoxville. to a respectable family. Inquire at the house, or corner Main and Water sts. ac2il2t STOUK IIOTSE No. 50 ov Oat Street. I A-ily to S. B. KENNEDY or W. a. KENNE DY. nov4-dtf THE DAILY CHRONICLE. TUESDAY MORNING. DEC. 5, 1871. The I.Hrsft Circulation of any Dally In Vm TenuexMpe. CHRONICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET PLACE. DAILY METEOROLOGICAL. REI'.HIT. Klg-unl Service, V. S. Army. Kxoxtillk, Tkxx.. December i. 1871. c o C w 2 .5 5 Hi; o I X 1- ! ;T3 c- 3 P 3 " 3 w J rz 1 S ' O ; J3 H -I- 7 A. X. 2 p. u. 4 F. Ji. 34 32-;s.w. u i i 22 ! 20' S W. 30 Cloudy. Clearing. i ii lo'iW. 24 j o.iej To Printers A first-rate Job Press, in good order, will be sold cheap. Also, a new Binder's Pr...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 6 December 1871

.-' at -7 V si' F 4W :5r NO. 182. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 6, 1871 VOL. II. AMU inn jK v i ill I U III. i I , i- LATEST BY TELEGRAPH, rOREHW XEWJTJBE CABLE. Miscellaneoos and irashington News. WASHINGTON. HE I-V THE POTOMAC. Removal from the Osage Reservation. "Washixutox, Dec. 5. Thero is heavy ico in the Potomac. Navigation to Aquia Creek is very difficult. The removal of whites from Osago reserva tions have been ordered. They consist of six hundred or thirty-five hundred families. The I removal at this season will caused much suffering. The Nortrthern train was one hour behind time. It will prohahly miss connection South. The Attorney General writes to the Secretary of "War that a railroad aided by donation of public lands is a public highway throughout its length, and the United States is not subject to charge for transportion of its property. His opinion refers specially to roads from Chicago to Mobile. FOREIGN. THE AFRICAN DIAMOND FIELD. The Prince Royal's...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 6 December 1871

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. RULE RICKS, Proprietors, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DEC. G, 1S71. THE LARGEST CIRCULATION Of Any Daily Published in East Tennessee. The committee of seventy demand Mayor Hall's resignation at once. He re fuses, and says to them, "I won't Install your aldermen whom you have elected'" He has grown rich by stealing and he in tends to grow richer by holding on. - While other cw York papers will find nothing much to condemn in the resi dent's message, and most of them approve it, and pcak of it in high terms, the edu cated blackguard of the Sun askiils it in his usual low vulgar stylo. This is what the friends of the President should most desire. The enmity of such a man is pre ferable to his good will. liv our dispatches this morning, it will be seen that Mayor Hall refuses to install the Aldermen elected at the recent elec tion. He don't intend that any outsider shall superintend the work of a Tamma ny ite. He expects to continue stealing as long as he is in office, and it...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 6 December 1871

Xcir Advertisements. CUNDU Bliss. Keene & Cos Fluid Extract. THE WOSBEBFCt REMEDY FOE , cnndnranjro Bark, Ts,,rcparcd from the genuine Cnnaa -- ruin W. Ecuador, sc arcj by i th.-ritica of that c0,unt--" blood purifier known, prompt an.l certain ltfVe"vixiir on them Sld by all Druggists, in pint doiub . f a cir ;,r name, trade mark and direct! fc N y cular. mice and Laboratory 1. a Chicago Destruction. ... t rhiexeo. her past, prcs- full and rmp"jXj& m&m and n and future. A P L'pton and J. W. lull 'lcuius l" , ,h Chicago xriDuuc. iiu cj Micahan, editors ot the ti ft fa Q0W ready for de PK) pages, anu w livory. .... .i-rrn Send LW for outfit Sptktagents toted l',-r.rvrherc for tae largufi, imi'U'H I'aucr iu luc ttuiih hlc riicr. , t c. j A-.t Die u y . . Ttpnnrt. Snndav School deDart- 111C11 i' .ti-t principles. ONE price, only 2JiO per year, 'J he most nstoinsning ircuiiuui nun uuuuiux i ... i iuu: i : ... flcrci or HDcrai casn cuuiraisium riu. ornmcu ropvand partculars f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 6 December 1871

fl I Wan' For Rent For Sale Boarding Lout Found will be inerted in (hit column at 23 Cents each in teriion, not exceeding five lines; over five lines 5 Cent or each additional line will be charged. For Rent. rnVO OR THREE ROOMS. PART OF BASE L MENT. in new house, corner Cumberland and Patten street. East KnoxviUe. to a respectable family Inquire at the houe, or corner Main and AVater gts. dac2d2t rilIE NTORE IIOI SK No. 50 ox Oat Strekt. or W. S. KENNE-nov4-dtf 1 Apply to S. B IH. KENNEDY THE DAILY CHRONICLE WEDNESDAY MORNING, DEC. G, 1871 The Inixet Circulation in East Tennessee. of any Dally CHRONICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET PLACE. DAILY METEOROLOGICAL RET .HIT. Mljrnal Service, l. K. Army. Ksoxville. Tens., December 5, 1871. C I a! s t, d V 3 2 i"-3!!; v if, v r 4 -3 7 a.m. 30.05:) 7 5 S-W, 2 2 p.m. 3-0.042 18' 21cjS.W. 8 4r.M. 3".42 19- 13 S.E. 5 0.00 I a .c . - o Clear. a WEATHER REPORTS. War Dep't, Omc! Chief Signal Officer. Washington, D. C December 5, (7:30. r. m..) 1871 Probabilit...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 7 December 1871

0 if '.'Mm-? '? i!T VOL. IL KNOX VILLE, TENN , -THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 7 1871. NO. 183. & M U v - v n LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. mw.m keits cr tiik cable. ilbccllanfons and irashington News. FOREIGN. THE JIEXICAX REBELLION. I iifmornMe RUrn h CSoremnient. MiTANfoRAs, December 2. A special nys that Trcvino, the rebel general, took Sal lilla Ttic loss on both sides was heavy. The Government still holds the French fort, on the outskirts but the rebels command the placo from two positions and the surrender of the fort is hourly expected. The government commander at Mntamoras conceals all the news. It is considered to be un favorable to the government. The m nil and telegraph have been stopped. HOME NEWS. !S11I EKIX IX THE SOUTHWEST. The Kml Mill Blockaded wlfh Know. Halifax, Dec. There was ft heavy rain yesterday. Mild weather prevails to-day, which has opened most of the ports of this province. .St. Johns, New Brunswick, Dec. 0. A very heavy gale prevails from the southwest. The cabl...

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. — 7 December 1871

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. RULE RICKS, Proprietor,' THURSDAY MORNING. DEC. 7, 187L; THE LAKGEST C'UlCUtATIOJf Of Any Daily Published in East Tennessee. THE EX-PRESIDENT AND GOV. BSOWN. H. V. R., of the Cincinnati Commercial, has just completed his fifteenth interview with ex-Fresident Johnson, and "writes a racy letter upon what Andy eaicL Among other things he alluded to Gov. Brown, which H. V. R. reports as follows : The ex-President considers himself badly treated ly John C. Rrown, the present Gover nor of Tennessee. "When Brown came out of the nrtny Johnson pardoned him, thus restoring him to citizenship and protecting his property from confiscation. Brown always professed much gratitude for this, but when J oh neon ran for the Senate, the whole family of Browns took a vcrvdocided 6tand againsc him. "When Brown made his canvass for Governor, he call ed upon the eiPreeident at hia place, ex pressed his gratitude for his pardon, as it was a pearl without price at the time, and alio wish...

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 December 1871

isew Artvcrllscmen(. CUNDURANGO ! BIN, Kecnc & Co.'s Fluid Extract. HIS HDNMMtt H"t . . nndttrnnco Bark, I prepared from the genuine f?st ccf the au r', Vja. Keundor. secured by 0ft effectiTe. pr,,ua ana certain AeratiTe a.. having on them ,LM by all Drucgiets. in pint iwiic . n f a ,r name, trade mark and diriowec N y .nlar. Oflice and Laboratory . Chicago'' Destruction. full details of ihodiwrtfij .JlbJc. With over arriisaCas- BAPTIST AGENTS WANTED V. Principles. 0E price, only ?Z,V) per year. M'. 33' OVER ONE HUNDRED PAGES, ivintcil in Two Colors, on suncrb Tintfd Pifkr Fcur llundre Engravings of Flower?, riant3 and citable?, with descriptions ana TWO COLORED PLATES. Pirecti.m an! plans for making Walks. Lawn?, Gar dens. .Ve. J he handsomest and best LUKALj UUIDh in the World. AH for Ten Cent?, to those who think of huring Semis. Not a quarter the cost. 20.ono sold for In I. Address. JAMES YICK, Rochester, N. T. MOKTOX IIOVSE. a New Southern Novel, by '1 the author of "Valeri...

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. — 7 December 1871

Want For Rent For Sale Boarding Lort Found will le inserted in tkitcolutn at 23 Cents each in sertion, not exceeding five lines; ever five linet 5 Cents or each Additional line will be charged, , For Rent. fpWO OR THREE ROOMS, PART OF BASE L MEXT, in new houee, corner Cumberland and Patten streets, Eit KnoxTiUe. to a respectable family. Ininire at the bouse, or corner Main and Water ets, dac:M2t rpili; STORE llOl'sr. No. 50 ov Ut Strfkt. I ArrlytoS.B. KENNEDY or W. 8. KENNE DY. noT-dtf THE DAILY CHRONICLE THURSDAY MORNING, DEC. 7, 1871. The I.irjtet Clrrnlntfon In East Tennessee. of any Dnily CHRONICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET FLACE. MAILT METEOROLOGICAL RE1' .RT. Signal SerTlee, T. . Army. Kxoxville, Trkx., December 6. 1871. ft ft 9!NE, 3 a? s.w. n S.W. 12 "That's So f Evane & Lewiskeep those thick sole, sensible heol. save docter bills, real A iSo. 1 shoes lor ladiest misses and children. Call soon, xii73t Religions Jfotlee, . , Preaching to night and every night this week in tne M. t...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 8 December 1871

MWMILIM H illll WW II I'T Will JUUMlqWMWi!lfta!4iii'M"yiC',ia-" ri"l11,ll'l1 mt' I ririfTf""",,'Tl,ll i flor-tTl "ffjiT '" . -lL-l-T'j'JjiiIjMtBl.lj,vlto .iWi)JHM. JJ - - ,r mi. ill III -'. J ..JIL.U- ; ...; ...f. . ,. . .. . c i V - m . 4... 3 , t . 1 4 M VOL. II. KNOXVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 8, 1871. NO. IS 4. w t if i i ! ; i r si SOt lit WW y LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. FOREIGN XEITS BT TflE CABLE. Jliscflianeons and irasMnglou. News. WASHINGTON, IrOKTA-T iTlVAiYCIAI measure. rnrmrnt of fire-Twenties Att Infer fm Appointment, Af. - AVashxngtox, Dec. 7. Tno Secretary of the Treasury hus issued notice that on and after the 17th of March, 1872, the principal and accrued interest on five-twenties, coupon and registered, known as the second series of the act of Feb ruary 20, 18'i2, will bo paid at the Treasury De partment The amount of the bonds is twenty millions. -; ' Another batch of ad 'interim nominations verc font to the Senate to-day . ' The Senate had a fhort executive...

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. — 8 December 1871

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. II EXE A RICKS, Proprietors, FRIDAY MORNING. DEC. 8, 1871 THE LARGEST CIRCCUiTIOjr Of Any Daily Published in East Tennessee. "JUST SO.". The effervescent editor of the Press and Herald recovers from his normal condition of tameness, on Wednesday morning, and emits an unusual quantity of gaseous mat ter, to which he calls attention by heading his effusion, " Tennessee's Dethroned but Restless Tammany," by which he means the Republican party in Tennessee. By the way, we had no idea lie would apply the word " Tammany " as a term of op probium, when, but a few months ago, lie was half inclined to defend that Demo cratic organization from the damaging as saults of the Times. We imagine that we can see the great man, as he took up his pen to communicate to the world the pon derous ideas contained in that editorial, and can see him as he, with an air of self importance, called the attention of his comrades to the great undertaking, and slid, "just watch me skin 'em." A...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 8 December 1871

EAST TENNESSEE u- s, Sturges William WHOLESALE AND .RETAIL BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS. DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF - INSTRUMENTS AND . . v- rt MUSICAL To Merchants we uner aug 9-dly. C B A I G & 3AETL E-T T, ; (SUCCESSORS TO TARWATER & AMBROSE.) jalinfactiircr and Xcalors Lumber, Sash, Blinds, tI)ojors, SCROLL WORK, M01JL1)IKGS, &c.. &c. " McGIIEE STREET, Knosville, Tennessee. also rrennred, at short notice, to make all kind n(.fs. and at prices that defy competition for further particulars call on or address CRAIG & BARTLETT. dly20-dly HEAD QUARTERS FOR HARDWARE. T. I. VAN GILDER, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN ALL KINDS OP Hardware, Saddlery and lfv" Sole Agent tor A FULL Biurgv ami Wasron Material; always on hand. ALSO, MANUFACTURER Nov.isTi-dm . SCOTT, J. II. HENS HAW, I. N. HACKER. SCOTT, KENSHAW, & ; HAOKEB, ? 3Xniitifhctiirex ami Dealers In t A. (? F U R, ,; ciIAXTRESSES, 1.7 I rj XSr -"-T- 1 -aecvsSSS' and sell low for KEEP constantly oa hand will not bo ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 8 December 1871

Want For Rent For Sale Boarding Lot Found will be interted in thi column at 23 Cents eac in ttrtion, not exceeding five tine,' ever five line 3 Cents or each additional line trill be charged.' """ For Rent. fTMIE STORK 1IOFSE No. 50 ox fliV Stifkt. 1 Apply to S.B. KENNEDY or W. S. KENNE- 1) V. DOV-llI THE DAILY CHRONICLE. FRIDAY MORNING. DEC. 8, 1871. The iMrjscnt Clrenlatlon of any Dally In East Tennessee. CHK05ICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET PLACE. DAILT METEOROLOGICAL BEPJBT. Slffniil SerTlee, V. H. Army. Knoxvillk, Tksx.. December 7. 1871. t L 5S L. e .e: . Clear. WEATHER BEPOBTS. Wak Dkp't. Orrict Chikf Siosal Orric. Washington, D. C. December 7, (7:20. r. iu) 1871. rrobabililici . Rising barometer with clearing weither and fresh westerly winds are probaole for Friday on Lakes Supe rior and , Michigan. Southwest wind with cloudy weather will continue west of Mississippi. Southwest windi with partially c'oudy and pleasant weather will continue in the South Atlantic States. The area of low...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 9 December 1871

r-: ""r - i T ; t i f i V ' J ! ; KNOXVIIiLE, TENN., SATURDAY MORNING, , DECEMBER 9, 1871. . NO. 185. VOL. II. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. -iffi riniD FOREIGN KEWS B Miscellaneous and ittsMnston Kcws. FOREIGN. , onKDPEATH or tue rnixtE or Interesting Xews from France. . Dvvdox. Dec 8. Tho Prince of Wales pass cJ a very unqniet "night with considerable in crease of fever. Tbc kitu.ition in France is grave. The Or ins nrincea are DUthins thincs. liners as- gurcd the princes that their presence in the hal would arouse animositio?; tho momnt was inopportune. BonapartUt, Red Republican and Legitimatist journals would clamor that the rc- rnblic was menaced. The princes answered y - that they would not act without further consid erst ion. London, 5 r. M., Dec. 8. There are exciting rumors on the change of the announcement of t!i dmth of the Prince of Y ales, but the news is nt authenticated and should be received with caution. L.vtkk. The Oucen continues at the Prince of Wale? bed-side. The i.iio...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 9 December 1871

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. Bl'LE A KICKS, Proprietors, SATURDAY MORNING, DEC. 9, 1871 THE LAKGJCKT CIRC'FIATIOJr Of "Any Daily Published in East Tennessee. . r. I . . "WHY IS ITT -When the hill for establishing the Crim inal District of ., Knox county. was before the Senate on the third reading, Senator Staley ofl'ered an amendment to the effect that as ;n- Attorney General had been elected for the Judicial Circuit which in c'udes the county of Knox, and as said circuit is now divided by this act so as to provide for two Attorney Generals in the Third Circuit as originally constituted, therefore, that the Attorney General here tofore elected by the people le considered the Attorney General for that part of the Circuit in which he resides. The amend ment was voted down, showing conclu sively that the object was to get rid of Thornburgh, and" not 'for the purpose of facilitating business before the Courts. .We will allude to this again. - - PSOVIDIKGTOS THE . NEEDY.. - r It seems that as th...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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