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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 21 December 1871

IP KNOXVILLE, ' NOV OPEN' roRlXSrECTIOS AND READY FOR SALE. THE LARGEST. MOST COMPLETE HAVE SOW Ul'h iynv and varied aortnicnt ol General Merchandise, To be found ia any establishment North or South. The additional room afforded by their Xcw, Spacious and Elegant Warehouse las enabled them to materially increase their stock and rresent to the trade full and complete lines of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, Xotlons, Clotlilns, Boots, Shoes and Hats, Hardware, Queensware and Groceries, TO WHICH THEY INVITE THE ESPECIAL ATTENTION OF MERCHANTS TIIKOUGIIOUT THIS SOTJTIIEI1IV STATES. Sepi. 2 . 1S7UI&W. HEAD QUARTERS T. I. VAN WHOLESALE AND. RETAIL DEALER IN ALL KINDS OP Hardware, Saddlery and -o- Sole Agent for A FULL Buggy and Wagon Material, always on hand. ALSO. MANUFACTURER OF SADDLE TREES. Nov. 10, ISTl-diwOm Knoxville, Tenn. A. G. SCOTT, J. II. KENSHAW, L N. HACKER. SCOTT, RENSHAW fc HACKER, :Jaiiiifactiirer and Dealers in FURNITURE AND iM 11 KEEP constantly on hand" and sell lo...

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. — 21 December 1871

Want For Rent For Sale Boarding Lost Found tcil! be incrfed in tf.it column at 25 Cents enc in srrtion, not acceeding five Un; over five line 5 Cents or c: &dl:Junal line VfiU l cTiarged. 1..10O LS. BEST CATAWBA GRAPES) 10 Boxes niee Oranges and Lemons, 2 Barrel! fresh Cocoanutf, 50 Boxes Layer Raisins, 200 Bxc? fine French Candie?, This day received r.nd for sIe at xiil7d!w BARRY & McDANNEL'S- For Rent. MMIK STORE IIOl'SE No. 50 ox Git Street. 1 Aprly to S. B. KENNEDY or W. S, KENNE IY. nov4-dtf THE DAILY CHRONICLE. THURSDAY MORNING, DEC. 21, 1781. The I.nrjrcst Circulation of iuij Dally lu East Tennessee. O llEY METLOKOLOGH'AL RE1' JRT. rtignal .Service, r. f. Army. KyoxviLLE. Ticks , December 20. 1S71. Zaz- i - 2 e js ! 33.017 11 j C0.C15 IS' 3.3.d3 1S- e : 53 CO 7 A. . 2 p. . 1 r. m. Clear. 0.13' WEATHER REPORTS. War Dtr'r, Office Chief Sigxal Officii. Washington. D. C December CO, (7:30. r. M.J 1S71 Probabilities : Falling barometer and clouly weather with rising touipe...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 22 December 1871

r 4 twmm. . V1 VOL. II. KNOXVILLE TENN., FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 22, 1 871. NO. 196. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. FOREIGN 5ES BY THE CABLE. Miscellaneous and Washington News o HOME NEWS. ILLXESS OF THE PRESIDENT'S 1'ATIIER llallrond Colllnlon Attgrnst Belmont Dt nonnefs the Times. Ciscisxati, Dec. 21. The President's father, who is postmaster at Ccrington, Kentucky, be came paralyzed and fell in the postofficc. He was insensible for the space of an hour, but re vived. The Little Miami train collided with a wagon which was crossing the road, instantly killing a boy and wounding Mrs. AValiner, of Tennes see. A Mr. Feekskill was slightly injured. There were ten ladies in the wagon at the time of the accident ; The thermometer stands at zero. The river is completely frozen over. IJew York, Dec 21. August Belmont, in a card, denounces the Times as false and calumni ous in several articles associating him with cor rupt men. Jacob Nevan, colored, was committed to jail at Trenton fur attempting to...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 22 December 1871

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. KL'I,E A KICKS, Proprietors, FRIDAY MORNING, DEC. 22, 18T1. TKC L.AHGEST CIRCULATION Cf Any Daily Published in East Tennessee. SEWS SUMMARY. I JTho Louisiana orange crop is an unusually large one. The same is true of Florida. Vv.is-.Vnf. "Wli?: of fhn Cornell University, "Vptv Vork. rommmoTifl thft admission of women as students into that University. The New York Herald revives the story of a probable war between the United States and :jai:i. Throw new inuK-lmont.3 liavo heen found by ihc (J rand Jury at Washington against Michael Strohmier Ibr'forgeJ iaJorscments in theDavo Ueaty claims. . ' Tli- "Hoard cf Education of Alabama at a re- C Ll L lilt I i I - t, 'lUl 1U U UUib l ' ' w 1 14 VV T-i 1.J a. VI V Lito (ieneral James 11. Ciantoa thouiu do euU' ated free of charge at the biate University, any lime after licit cauuary. ONE WAY TO FEETEST STEIKES. - Some years ago t there appeared in the Gaku-i, a powerful novel by the great Lrjg' lifch writer, Charles Itca...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 22 December 1871

J 1 n I J. KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE. i r,p TVrECTION AND READY FOR SALE, THE LARGEST. MOST CO 31 FLUTE HAVE SOW OFEN FOR I-; and varied assortment ci General Merchandise, , r i in nr establishment North or South. The additional room afforded by their To bo ioun-i in IVcw, Spacious and Elc-aut Warehouse Has enabled them to materially increase their stock and present to the trade fuU and complete lines of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, Xotions, Clothing, Boots, Shoes and Hats, Hardware, Queensware and Groceries, TO WHICH TIIEY INVITE TIIE ESPECIAL ATTENTION OF MERC II A N T S TIIKOCGIIOUT TIIE SOUTHERN STATES. Frpt 2". lSTl-d&w. HEAD QUARTERS T. I. VAN WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF Hardware, Saddlery and Uniieo Fnrnlchinn Rnnris ppg3 Sole Agent fortheCeIebrated Cucumber Pump. A FULL Buggy and Wagon Material, always on hand, ALSO, MANUFACTURER OF SADDLE TREES. Nov. I?. iKi-dwflm Knoxville, Tenn. A. O. SCOTT, J. U. REXSHAW, I- N. HACKER. SCOTT, BENSHAW & HACKER, aXanu...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 22 December 1871

WanfFor Kent For Sale Boarding Le. Found will he inserted in ihi column at 25 Cent each in--rtion, nol exceeding five line; over fide, tine 5 Cent or tick Additional line trill he cliarged. 1. 300 LBS- IIEVT CATAWBA GRAPES, 1I Doxcf? nice OraDjrcs and Lemons, 2 Tarrcls fresh Cocoanut, .V) Boxes Layer Raisins, - .'' B"ics fine French Candies, This day received and for sale at xiil7d!w BARRY & McPAXSEL'S. Tor Kent. riMIF. STORE IIOI'SC No. 50 ox ?4Y Strkht. I Ai.ily to S. R. KENNEDY or W. S. KENNE DY. novl-dtf THE DAILY CHRONICLE. FKIDAY MORNING, DEC. 22, 1781. The Larson t Circulation of any lally In East Tennessee. MAILY METEOKOLOliHAL REI'.)RT. Sljjual Herviee, I". R. Army. Knoitille, Texx., December 21. 1S71. c;1 o r 171 o ' i- o Hoi 5 s i v. I c 1 g . 5 ; E I g C e 3 . w I iJ W I U2 I 7 a. v. 2r. ii. 4 f. . 30.0,7 00.030 0 j r , IS . 20' ! 17" E. j Clear. iCIoudy. 21- is3 IE. 0.00 WEATHER REPORTS. War Dep't, Offick Chief Signal Officer. Washington, D. C. December 21, (7:30. r...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 23 December 1871

-1 J. 1 U ! 1 tit KNOXVILLE, TENN.,' SATURDAY. .MORNING, DECEMBER 23, 1 871. NO. 197. VOL. II. l LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. 1 FOREICX 5ErS Br TUB CABLE. I MfscfHaneons and Washington News. o HOME NEWS. nrPLOHl.VDLE STATE OF AFFAIRS IX ARKANSAS. Cold Weather Fire at Pleasant ville. Little Rock, Dec. 22. A public meeting has been called to consider the affairs of Chicot county. It is consist of persons of all colors and who are to consult with the Governor and other authorities as to what had best be done. Salt Lake, Dec. 22. The widow of Dr Robinson is coming from San Francisco to testi fy in the ensc of the nllesred murderer of her husband. - Bascon, the late Federal Attorney Goneral, lias been employed to assist in the prosecution of Brigham Young and others. There is a heavy snow on the plains, and it is the severest weather had here for man' years. Cixcixxati. Dec. 22. I ho thermometer is fourteen degrees below zero. The river is froz cn over at several points for the first time seven ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 23 December 1871

1 '. t ' i ) .!- (4 ! 1 A r 'it V- X !' 11 1 it I; Ik, r v; ;'f4 .. v-i : & : t ! i i ..A in . I, f -V i? -r i r r : ; THE DAILY CHRONICLE. 1XULE KICKS, Proprietors, SATURDAY MORNING, DEC. 23, 1ST1. THE LARGEST CIRCtXATIOX Of Anj Taily Published in last Tennessee. YEWS SUMMARY. The river is closed at Piltiburg. General Sickles and wifehave arrived in New York. General Roiecrans is busily engaged in build ing narrow gauge railroads in California and Obio. SPECIMEN EYP0CE1ST. The act of tha legislature creating a criminal district of Knox county and pro viding for an Attorney General .for the new district, was passed for three objects : One was to protect certain parties indicted in that court from that vigorous prosecution certain to come from an honest man and an able lawyer, like Colonel Thornburgh who could not be bribed ; another was to provide a place for the new appointee who was necessarily dependent upon such in trigue and public aid for support, and the last was to legis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 23 December 1871

! t ! HEADQUARTERS JOR HARDWARE T, I. VAN GIL DEB, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER I ALL KlM)b or Hardware, Saddlery and us Sole Agent for A FULL Biiffwy and Wagon Material, always on hand ALSO, MANUFACTURER P fll KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE. AYE XOW OrEN FOR INSPECTION AND READY FOR SALE. TIIE LARGEST, host complete and varied assortment of General Merchandise, II To be form 1 in any establishment Iofth or South. The additional room afforded by their Nov, Spacious and Elegant "Warehouse Has enabled them to materially increase their stock and present to the tadc full and complete lines of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, JYoUons, Clothing, Boots, Shoes and Hats, Hardware, Queensware and Groceries, to wnicn they invite the especial attention of MERCHA N T S THROUGHOUT THE SOUTHERN STATIC. Sept2'. 1871-dAw. A. G. SCOTT, J. IL BENSHAW, L 2T. HACKER. SCOTT, RENSHAW & HACKER, 3XnimAicturcrH anxl Dealei-s in F U R lT A T ndrr KEEP constantly on hand and sell low for cash, every Article in our Lin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 23 December 1871

Want For Hen tFor Sale Boarding Lott Found will be inerfed in tfii column at 23 Cents each in sertion, not exceeding five line; over five linet 3 Cents or each Additional line will he charged. 1,300 LBS. BEST CATAWBA GRAPES, 10 Boxes nice OraDges and Lemons, 2 Barrels fresh Cocoanuts, 50 Boxes Layer Rakins, 200 B axes fine French Candies This day receh ed and for sale at xiilTdlw BARRY i McDANNEL'S- Tor Rent. 50 ox Gat Street. or W. S. KENXE-novi-dtf Arrlr to S. B. KENNEDY DY. THE DAILY CHRONICLE. SATURDAY MORNING, DEC. 23, 1TS1. CHB01fLLE OFFICE 19 MARKET PLACE. The Lnrsest Cirenlation In East Tennessee. of any Daily DAILT JJETEOKOLOGlCALi REI'JRT. Signal Service. C. 8. Army. Knoxville, Tksx., December 22. 1871. as c Z s 3 toe s o C. 3 1 o- 1 B C ' a"" ! Hi age i Ha in 7 A. V. 2r. it. ( r. it. 30.0.2 30.0C1 30.C20 23C"E. Cloudy. 1 21: 33 S.W. 'Calm. 3S- coo; i WEATHER REPORTS. War Dep't. Orric Chief Sigxal Orncis. Washington, D. C December 22, f7:30. r. jr..) 1S71. Probabilities In...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 27 December 1871

w I KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER .27, 18713B NO. 199. j VOL. II. - i Latest by telegraph. FOREIGN NEWS BT THE CABLE. Hisccllancous and irashingfeu News. homTnews. "WAtmisGToy, Dec. 2G. The weather east of I the ilisiissippi is May like ; -west the storm continues. I ne trains are aeiayea. 5 Mrs. Sturdcvant, wife of the Superintendent of tho Inotitute for the blind at Nashville, 1 died frm a kerosine explosion, Josee R. Grant's condition is critical. The Soldiers Home at Knigbtstown, In diana; has been burned. St. Louis, Dec. 26. The city is comparaa ively free from small pox ; no new cases re ported since last week. . , j The negroes are. still holding Lake Village, Arkansas, and are repressing horses and sup- The passenger train broke through the bridge ff.t Rockford, Iowa, and three emyloyees were l.illed. The snow in the northern part of Iowa has llocked up tho roads. j HcGheehan has been acquitted of the murder tf Myers and has escaped Lynching by flight from Ci...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 27 December 1871

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. RILE A RICKS, Proprietors, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DEC. 27, 1S71. THE IlllGEST CIRCTI-ATION Of Any Daily Published in East Tennessee. SEWS SUMMARY. Trains on the Pacific Roads arc snow bound A as explosion in New York city on Sun day leit tnc entire city in aarjtness. Tho Pennsylvania Central Eas failed in leas ing the roads extending from Augusta to Selma. Kuklux trials in Colurnbia resulted in the conviction of the accused. Pending motion for new trial court took a recess. Tho cotton receipts for the "week ending 23J were 130,013. The receipts since September last 1,501,194 for corresponding time last year. Solicitor General Iiristow has resigned his position in the Department of Justice at "Wash ington and goes to Louisville to resume his practice. : : s Senator "Wright has introduced a bill in Con gress to refund to State officers the tax paid the United States on their salaries. If passed to include all officers, it will require six millions. A furious storm pre...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 27 December 1871

'- e 3 heaSqiSSSfor hardware. WHOLESALE AND KETAILDEAMK IN ALL KINDS 0 Hardware. Saddlery and : i Ik f ; M 1? Sole Agent tor SrSlJ A FULL I Utr-v and Wagon Material, always on hand. ALSO, MANUFACTURER i ; ;nov. vj, i&.i-aii" wi " KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE. ' ' " ' i HAVE NOW OPEN FOR INSPECTION AND BEADY FOR SALE, THE LARGEST, MOST COMPLETE and varied assortment of ' General Merchandise, To be found many establishment North or South. The additional room afforded by their New, Spacioim unci Elegant Wnrchouso lias enabled thein to materially increase their ftock and rresent to the trade full and complete lines of FOREIGN AND DO ME ST I CD R Y GOO DS, Motions, Clothing, Soots, Shoes and Hats, Hardware, Queensware and Groceries, TO WHICH Til EY INVITE THE ESPECIAL ATTENTION OF MERC HANTS THROUGHOUT THE , SOUTHERN STATUS. A. O. SCOTT, J. II. KEKSHAW, . I. N. HACKEE. SCOTT, RENSHAW & HACKER, 3Xaniinictiirci' anil Dealers in F U U i : KEEP constantly on hand and sell low for will not be...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 27 December 1871

! r i II I i I V 7 " i 1 il I . t 2 ' 1 'ft! 1 k 'r I . i i. ill, I5 i ?4 S t f 3 ' ' i' i ! 'I ! , y V A. TVa Rent For Sale Boarding Lost-Found will be inserted in thU column at 33 Cents each in sertion, not exceeding jive lines; over Ave line 5 Cent or each additional line will be charged. For Rent. .-.nir sTnK HorSE No. 50 ox Gay Strfet, I AmivtoS.B. KENNEDY or AY. S. KENNE DY. nov4-dtf THE DAILY CHRONIULE. "WEDNESDAY MORNING, DEC. 27, 1781. CHRONICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET PLACE. The Largest Cirenlntton of any Daily in East Tennessee. daixt meteorological REFJBT. Signal Service, IT. S. Army. Knoxvillk, Tekx.. December 26, 1871. Foggy. Cloudy. 0.00 Cloudy. fVEATlIEB KEPOKTM. - Wah Dkp't. Ofpick Chikf Signal OrncKB. ,ashingtODt D. C December T, (7:30, p. m..) 1871. ProbabilUiet : w " V The area of cold, clearing weather, irith oortherly winds, Trill probably move eastward on Wednesday over the lakes and extend eouthward to Tennessee' The area of cloudy and threatening weather will pais ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 28 December 1871

1 -1 r; .i ; 1 i . I I ' s . -.1 It 1 1 13 1 111' ,4 ! V U , r 4 . V ... f. KNOXVILLE, TENN., THURSDAYi MORNING, DECEMBER 28, 1871. 1 NO. 200. i i VPL. II. I - ' t i if i 1" i '- LATEST-BY i :BGRAPH. J?r.Mri nr Tin: r f lll.E. HOME NEWS.!, BI KSTIXO )F A CAXSrOX. lit I i i III Trrtitmciit of rcto-s iu Jlissonrl, dc' I AVasiunotox, Dec. 'JT.An old cannon ex ploded near Seymour, Indiana, killing two and wounding one. .' ' ' I The Missouri Democrat Las a special, narrat ing & raid on the negroes in Saline county, 3Iis- souri. A person from thence saw two hanging Hnd three dead in the road. i v Xkw YoRK,Dec.27. The 7iiwhasinfornia tion that Tweed has fled the country oris skulk inyo avoid commitrncnt - ? " . I f Fl6reIc'e, FiBrlcy has withdrawn from Tweed's bail. r-.-o Tlic exacpination of the property iualif of Tweeds hail is progressing. tication The Herald1 Matamoras special says that ."Monterey & $ ices of the 20th are positively vcrtain that-thS government officials are lea...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 28 December 1871

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. RILE RICKS, Proprietors, ! THURSDAY MORNING, DEC. 28, 1871. THE LARGEST CIRCULATION Of Any Daily Published in East Tennessee. SEWS SU31XARY. A Tribune correspondent proposes Gov. 11. B. Hayes of Ohio, as a candidate for President. The Herald Washington correspondent says the re-election of John Sherman to tho Senate from Ohio is doubtful. The gale of Saturday and Sunday did im mense damage at Springfield, Ills., and at other points in the State. At Springfield a new rolling mill and round house valued at $35,000 were blown to pieces. BROTHERHOOD OF LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEERS. The laboring classes in America are the great foundation for our prosperity and the hope of our future. They are the ba sis upon which the whole structure of so ciety rests. It is the boast of our institu tions that their condition is prosperous and their future just what they they them selves choose to make it. The proposition of Mr. Hoar, of Massachusetts, to organ ize a Labor Bureau, whose dut...

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

IlEA)QUAKrERFOR HARDWARE. ,T I. VAN GILDER, ' WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN auu ms ur -fc Sole Agent for A FI LL Biigsy aiid Wiigoii Material, always on hand. ALSO, MANUFACTURER KNOXVILLE, if If? ..ill. J i J. . j .fill AVE NOW OPEN FOR INSPECTION AND READY FOR SALE, THE LARGEST. MOST COMPLETE H and varied assortment of - General Merchandise, To be found in anv establishment North or South. The additional room afforded by their TSevr, Spacious anl Elegant Warehouse Has enabled them to materially increase their stock and rrcsent to the trade full and complete line? of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, Aotions, Clothing, Hoots, Shoos and IIat, Hardware, Queensware and Groceries, . t'- TO AT11IC1I THEY INVITE THE ESPECIAL ATTENTION OF M ERCHANTS TIIKOUGIIOUT THE SOUTHERN STATES. Sept. 2l. lSTl-dJcw. : ' ' ' ' A. G. SCOTT, J. II. EENSHAW, I. N. HACKER. SCOTT, RENSHAW & HACKER, Mauufacturcra ; and Dealers in FUR MSSSP, KEIU constantly on hand and sell low for will not be inaersoia. DR...

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

Want For Rent For &ileBoirdiirLott Found iclll It inteHcd in thi column at 23 Cents each in tertian, not exceeding five lines; over five line 5 Cent or ea'eh add "uion&lllnsnill o charged,' - For Kent. rfMIC NTOKE IIOTSE N". I Apply to S. B. KENNEDY 50 o Gir Street. or AV. S. KENNE-nov4-dtf DV. THE DAILY CHRONICLE. THURSDAY MORNING, DEC. 23, 1781. CHRONICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET PLACE. The IiB rarest Cirenlatfon ol any Daily In Eat Tennessee. DAILY METEOROLOGICAL BEr,)RT. Signal Service, V. H. Army. Knoxville. Tesk., December 27. 1871. j 5 u. - I o a I c c I " s it o i 121 5 a .; ; ti c ; I -a . H s '-5 I H , "l 4 A. X. 3.).0i 30.017 S0.(53 I 15 IS jClouly. Clear. 2 P. M. 1 r. m. :sfix. i 26J'X,TT. 18 0.28 WEATIIEU REPORTS. War Dep't, Office Chief Signal Offices. Washington, D. C, December 27, (7:3(3. r. m..) 1871. Probabilitie : The barometer will probably continue to rise on Thursday, with northwesterly winds backing to north in New England and the Middle States, and northerly ...

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

-h.L CL-; KNOXVILLE, TENN., FKIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER '-'9, 1871. NO. 201. VOL. u icft' LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. o- fori:k; .Eirs Br the cable. Miscellaneous and Washington Xcws. o FOREIGN. cit f spaxisii officials, tc. Special Frn.verA for Prince of Wales lo be Iticon tinned. Lonion Deo. 28. The PVince of "Wales had ;rood nilit. The Archbishop of Canterbury hao ordered" the special prayers for the Prince of "Wales to be (lis continued. Madrid, Dec. 28. It is reported that Mar shal Couch n has been appoinled Captain Gen era! of Cuba, and Admiral Do Harnabi suc ceeds Senor Huberts at "Washington. -Rome, Dec. 28. A decree has been issued in- nMcurRting the commercial treaty "rith the United .States. HOME NEWS. Kl'ftAR REFINERY IllRNEa. A Sharper Victimizing the Rnnk, Ac. Boston, Dec. 23. The Bowan sugar refinery at Cambridge ha been burned. The lo: amounts to thirty thousand dollars. Sew York, Dec. 28. The steamer Cuba is ashore. A Broadway bank has received a twenty thousand dollar worthl...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 29 December 1871

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. RULE RICKS, Proprietors, FRIDAY MOUSING, DEC. 29, 1871. THE LARGEST CIRCULATION Of Anj Daily Published in East Tennessee. PROTECT ; EOHE INDUSTRIES. "We publish, in another column a very frank and well written communication frdm "A Farmer," in reply to an article heretofore published in the Chronicle, in which we plead for protection to home industries. We very cheerfully give place to our correspondent, both because the spirit of his article is commendable and be cause we desire to notice some of his points. The theory of protection to home indus tries rests upon the basis of mutual interest. It is not right for our correspondent to look at this question solely in his own interest. It may be true that our home manufac tures in their infancy, ask him to pay a little more for their wares than is demand ed by the large and wealthy establishments in New York, but his philosophy is a very poor one, if it teaches him to look only to the single transaction of buying a...

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