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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 8 February 1872

Want For Rent For Sate Boarding Lost Found will be inserted in this column at 23 Cents each tn rrtion, not exceeding five lines; over five lines 5 Cent or each additional line will be charged. THE DAILY CHRONICLE. THURSDAY MORNING, FEB. 8, 1872. CHRONICLE OFFICE 19 MAEKET PLACE. The Largest Circulation In Hast Tennessee. of any Dally DAILY METEOROLOGICAL RETORT. Date. Mean Daily ! Mean Daily lneruiomeicr Bain Fall. Signal Service, C. S. Army. Knoxville, Tksit., Febrnary 7. 1872. O list i S I s - g 1 U.- s 1.0 r Si 1 CO 7 a. M.J oU'J 2bl 2ticjN.E. 8 I -Fair. 2r, m. t 07 41' 35fiE. 8 Cloudy. 4 p.m. i 30.33 42- 37JjE. 4 j O.OOj " WEATHER REPORT. AV'ar Dep't. Ornci Chief Signal Officer. Washington, D. C. February 7, (7:30, r. M-) 1872. Probabilities : The hithcst barometer will probably move centrally northwestward along the New England coaet, and fall ing barometer with cloudy weather rre fail " on Thurs day north of the Ohio Valley and Virginia, South easterly winds with rising temper...

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. — 9 February 1872

i Hi ft in li s VOL. II. KNOXVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 9, 1872. NO. 236. i t ! ij J LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. FOREIGN KEVS BY THE CABLE. Miscellaneous and Washington News. HOME NEWS. di;atii or senator urimls. Terrible Slorm In IT tab. Bi'blixtox, Ioava, Feb. 8. Ex-Senator Grimes died this morning of heart disease. Baltimore. Feb. 8. In the whisky case the jury acquitted Spicer, and hung on Grabtnhcrt and Chipnian. Salt Lakk, Feb. 8. There was a terrible :-now stern, in the Cottenwood mining district. Several persons were lost, 1Iarrishur;, Feb. 8. McCluro has com menced the contest for th; oat in the Seiwtc. New York, Feb. K "William and George Knight, who were arrested a few days ago for extradition, were discharged, embezzlement not being w ithin tbe extradition treaty. Atlanta, Feb. 8.--Governor Smith to-daj' appointed "W. 31. Montgomery Judge of the Supremo Court, to till a recent vacancy. St. Louis, Feb. 8. The concurrent resolu tion to paj' the matured State bonds in ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 9 February 1872

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. BCtE fc RICKS, Proprietors, FRIDAY MORNING, FEB. 9, 1872. THE LARGEST CTRCEXATION Of Any Daily Published in East Tennessee. SEWS SUMMARY. Colonel Davis Cockerell. an old hotel keeper of Memphis, is dead. The Kimball House at Atlanta has been sold for $15,010 to batisiy a mechanic's lien. ! Mr. and Mre. Pratt, who were here during tho first part of the winter, are giving concerts in Atlanta. A proposition for the abolition of the Freed man's Bureau after the IX)th day of next June is now pending before Congress. Two thousand ofl'ended Mormons have joined in a petition to Congress asking the removal from office of Judge McKean. Ho far, the testimony in the Clayton corrup tion case seems to be against the Arkansas Senator. "We will wait for the other side. A serious personal difficulty is reported as pending between Secretary Fish and General Sickles, involving the retirement of one of them from offieial position. The "Ways and Means Committee has decid ed to hear ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 9 February 1872

EAST TENNESSEE BRANCH REPUBLIC Life Insurance Company. f 7 Iaj. K f JA( KSON, President. Treasurer: E. P. BAILEY Executive Committee. E- J. FANTORD, J. A. RAYL. JOS. R. ANDERSON. Bristol. Finance Committee. JOSEPH JAQUES. Medical Hoard. J. M; BOYD. M.D. Directors. f. V. COFFIN. .1. P. HOX8IE. (,LU H. SMITH. J'.'UX BAXTER, JttsIAU CURTIS, SI D.. O.i,. JOHN BAXTER. GEO. W. ROSS. llov. (. P. TEMPLE, . JOS. K. ANDERSON. Bristol, .IOs. BROWN. Morristown, J No. S. BOSS, Clinton. J. B. IIOXtflE. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, $5,000,000. PAID UP CAPITAL AND ACCUMULATIONS, near $2,000,000. tEXTRAE OFFICE, EAST TESX. BRANCH OFFICE, 161 AND 161 LASALLE ST.. CHICAGO. ILL. KNOXVILLE, TENN. JOHN V. FARWELL, J'rcsidcnt. J. X. HARDIN, Treasurer. A. Hr. Till: KKPl'ItLIC tikes nothing but CASH in the payment of Premiums, and rays nothing but CASH in the settlement of Claims?. It i the pioneer company coming into the South to invest its money and interest in the Southern States. The REPUBLIC loaned Twenty-five ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 9 February 1872

Wants For Herd For Sale Boarding Lost Found trill be inserted in this column at 23 Cents each in sertion, not exceeding Jive lines f overfivt lines 5 Cents or eack additional line trill he charged. THE-DAILY CHRONICLE. FRIDAY MORNING, FEB. 9, 187 CHRONICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET PLACE. The Largest Cirenlation In East Tennessee. of any Daily DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT. Nlgnnl Service, I". S. Army. Kxoxvillk. Tkx.v., February 8. 1872. S -. v Hi O w 0 i , tt o u i a 3 -2? I c S c JS i 3 E c H o c o 5 i o 2 t A. M. ; p. m. 4 P. M. JJ.22 3 I 50- i 37c 45r jN.E. E. Cloudy. I I 4)-;e. o.oo ; POST OFFICE 1IOCRS. The Eastern Mail Close? 11:00 A.M Arrives 1:W P.M Oren for delivery 2:00 " " Western Mail Hoses 12 12:00 M. Arrives 11:47 A.M. r- " Open for delivery 12:30 P.M. " Clinton Mail Arives ...11:00 A.M. Closes 3:30 P.M. The Maryville Mail arrives at I0:l, a. m., and de parts at 2:00, p. M.. daily, except Sundays. Maynardvill Mail arives at 12:00, m., on Thursday, and departs at 1:00, p. m., sa...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 10 February 1872

( J; iVjySiV Mt '. VOL. II. KNOXVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 10, 1872. NO. 237. lib f ih'iMi- B w" - LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. fflKEHft SEWS BY THE CABLE. O Miscellaneous and Washington JVcvsi HOME NEWS. I'tnclnnittl Road In a ew Shape. Cix ixnati, Feb. 9. In tho House a bill wits introduced to repeal the Cincinnati Southern Railroad act, and to authorize tho city to givo a bonus not exceeding three million dollars to any persons who will build said road. Chetexne, Feb. 9. There is poor prohjx'tt fur a train either way this week. Albany, Feb. y. The Legislature lu-day, by a party vole, re.-cindud the resolution with drawing the ratification of the Fifteenth Amend ment. iSr. Lot is, Feb. 'J. The verdict of the euro ner'e jury on the cauo of the railroad accident ncitr Alton, makes Fred. K. Raker principal and Patrick Halpine aneasorv to tho deed. Sr. Paul, Feb. V. Rev. Peter Cartwright, aged cight3-even years, ;s hopelessly paratyzed. Bor-Tox. Feb. i'. A Halifax special say?, ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 10 February 1872

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. ItCIJC A RICKS, Proprietors, SATURDAY MORNING, FEB. 10, 1872. THE LARGEST CIRCULATION Of Any Sally Published in East Tennessee. The Connecticut Democracy didn't re eolve a word about the so-called liberal Missouri Convention. Horace Maynakd has made a great mistake. In his congressional career of fourteen years, he has neglected to consult the wishes of that embodiment of patriot ism, honesty and morality blended so haj pily in the gigantic intellect of the editor of a local paper. Democrats and Republicans alike join in pronouncing the course of England un warranted. The New York World says : We therefor think that the wild invectives of the London press are billy and preposterous, and that the Queen's request to the American jcorernment to modify its case and retrench it3 claims is out of character, and unbecoming the dignity of a treat nation. If certain parts of the American case are weak and untenable on a fair construction of the treaty, Mr. Gladstone's go...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 10 February 1872

bast Tennessee branch REPUBLIC Life In'sur an ce Company. Family Groceries. CARPENTER & ROSS, Wholesale Grocers and mj R l' JA( K80X, President. Dr. JOSIAU CIBTIS Vice Presiden COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Treasurer : . V. BAILEY J. B W. COFFIN. 1IOXSIE, II. SMITH, JOHN BAXTER. JOIAU CURTIS, M D. Co!.. JOnN BAXTER. -OEO. W. ROSS. Hov. 0. P. TEMPLE. JOS. R. ANDERSON. Bristol, JOS. BROWN. Morristown, J NO. K ROSS. Clinton, J. B- U0XS1E. Secretary : HPENCER MUNHON Managers : M UN hi ON & BAILEY. Executive Committee. E. J. SANFORD. JOS.' r! ANDERSON. Bristol. nuance Committee. JOSEPH JAQUES. Medical Board. J. M: BOYD. M.D. Directors. F. II. McCLUNG, Capt. JOS- JAQUES. Maj. R. C. JACKSON. JUS. H. EARNEST. Rhealown. R. MiCORKLE. Greeneville, Hkv. F. ESPERANDIEU, Dh. JOSIAII CURTIS. Attorney: Col. J. M. THORNBUKOH THE DAILY CHRONICLE. TERMS OP DAILY PAPER. Per month, by carrier or by mail.............. I 73 Per year, by mail - 8.00 WEEKT PAPER. Fer year...... 0 Clubs of Twenty, or over, p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 10 February 1872

Want lor Rent For Sale Bon r ding Lost Found will he inverted in thi column at 23 Ocnfs eirJt in sertion, not exceeding five linet; over five lines 5 Out or ench tddiiional line will he charged. tMbaily cukox iou. SATURDAY MOBBING, FED. 10, 1871 CHRONICLE OFFICE-13 MARKET PLACE. The Largest CJronlatlon of any Daily in East Tennessee. OAIIjT METEOROtiOOlCAl. KEl'JRT. Signal Service, V. S. Army. Knoxville, Tens., February '. 187; b S C. 03, 0 t c0 -t O BE'""1 p t 7 33.03 2 r. m. l0.?2 4 r. m. 1 S 13 ? I 26 33"jN.E. 47-1 K. 4f!S. .Cloudy. Clear. 55l (i.i Hi; WEATIIEIt KEI'ORT. ' Wae Dir'T. Orncs Chief Sigxal Office k. Washington. D. C. February '.. (7:30. f. h.,) 1S72. rrohabilitie : Tho barometer will rrobably continue to fall on Sat urday with southerly winds throughout the Mississippi Valley. Threatening weather will extend from Tcxa3 into Louisiana. Partially cloudy and clearing weather will prevail from Florida to Virginia. The low barom eter efCape Uateras will continue, moving s...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 11 February 1872

r --- '- ----- -r--J-.-jlrj: 1 J'-u jni.jt h -E-. jJiU. ug xii ul.jj u . XL - t i VOL. II. KNOXVILLE, TENN., SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY J 1, 1872. NO. 23S. w lis ri Nr. v v V r S V LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. -o- roiu;n; xeh's by the cable. . o UbetHaneous and Washington Xfvst o ' HOME NEWS. FnclRc Ril Pitwitsrei" Snow Bound. Nttv YVrk, Feb. 10. Tlic Invtntnig Committee adjourned lo Washington. A lhr Id special from Quebec say that the report of a treaty for Iho separation tf tho Do minion '.'I 'i'!if.div i'.'rJ Orent Tkiluiu ? un-f-undad. -. ' , Five indictments have been found against Mayor llall for wilfully and corruptly neglect itig t-j a'lJil certain claims aain-.l the city Ilia bail Mas fixed t jjOtV. Win. Portor turtl Thomas Uiiby. lasliimiablo burglar;, ,bavu: bcuii arrested with impl incuts i" their po.-oicn. They ollercd Jive thousand dollars to tho ofheers to be released. Ihvy had heretofore moved i'l ai io-ratic so- c ;ety. .Vi. LL (s, Fob. K). -Two tlee.piii :ar on the pastern ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 11 February 1872

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. RULE A RICKS, Proprietors, SUNDAY MORNING, FEB. 11, 18 THE LARGEST CIRCULATION Of ttj Daily PuWiBled in East Tennessee. SEWS SUHJIARY. Oliro Logan bus been lecturing t-j crowded bouses in Nashville. trying to persuade ltopublicans to agree on I. F.AVilbOii, of Iowa, for tlio Presidency. Tho Boston infidels are meditating the erec tion -f a building to be known as "Paine Ilall " in honor of Toin Paine, and as a phi- e in which atheists may hold their gathering-. A Boston broker, 61 years of age, v.-ho has moved in rospectablo circles all his life, 1ms just been sentenced to the penitentiary for forg ing the n?nie of h.'u fathsr-iu-law to a bwik chock. A proposition to subecribo $ l.WOAM for tho extension of the Knoxville branch road to Cum berland Gap. to meet General Mahonc's road there, was submitted to tho City Council of Louisville on Thursday. A ditpatch from Minister Schenck to Wash ington brings the intelligence that Lord Gran ville w ishes to conciliate t...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 11 February 1872

EAST TENNESSEE BRANCH R E P IT B Xj I C Life Insurance Company. Maj, r, (t JA(KGN, President. lr, JOSIAH URTIS Vice freshen L p. BAILEY r. W. OFF1N. J. B. llOfK. OE'J. II. SMITH. JOHN BAXILF.. JtttlAU CtP.llS, MD.. C'- JOHN BAXTER. rtEO. W. KOSS. - JOS. BIIOWN. MqmstOTO. .INO. S. ROSS. Clinton. J, D. H0X1E. Secretary : Attorney : hfFENCER MUfffcON. Col. J. M. THOENBUEGH Managers : MUiN'BOK & BAILli Y. KTMtlTe Committee. 1 J. 6ANF0RD. J. A- KAYli. Family Groceries. CARPENTER & ROSS, Wholesale Grocers A5D COMMISSION MERCHANTS, GEO. W. RObis J. U'. GAIT. JOS. P- ANDERSON, Btistal. I inance Committee. JOSEPH JAQUES. Medical Board. - J. M. EOYD, M J). ; - ' Directors. - F. II. MoCLUNG. ' Crr. JOS- JAOlEs'. Ma.'. K. C. JACKSON. JOS. H EARNEST. Rheatown. R. McCORKLE,Greeneille, Rev. 1. ESP ER A N DIE V. Pa. JOSIAH CURTIS. 1, U. McCLlli'J. i. K. BAILEi.'. M. r. W. COFFIN. K. J. PAN FORD. J. W. GAUT, GEO. II. SMITH. D AVID RICHARD. II. D. EVANS, J. A. RAYL, HAVING REMOVED FROM OUR ST...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 11 February 1872

Want For Rent For Sale Boarding Lvil Found teill be inserted in thU column at 25 Cents each in tertion, not exceeding five linet; over five lint$ 3 Cents or each additional line will be charged. THE 1) AIL Y CHROglCLE. SUNDAY MORNING, FEB. 11, 1872. CHRONICLE OFFICE 19 MAEKET PLACE. The Largest Circulation of any Dally In East Tennessee. OAIf,T METEOROLOGICAL REPJBT. HlKual Service, 17. S. Army. Knoxvillk, Tens.. February If). 1872. r. !it.ct. iv.! -v.! .e . ! 2? ; S '.,5 g"S6 iB' c-0 ess: ' s -s:--3: c"c , .5 Sis . C C o c o S ! ' i I t - ' 7 a. K, ! a ! J7-iCaliu. 1 Cloudy. 1 I i : . 2 r. . 1 I 4 r. h. i r.r 4sr w. i i 51-, 43 'Calm. 0.00 POST OFFICE HOURS. The Eastern Mail Close? A.M Arrives 1:0 l'.M Open for delivery J:00 " " Wwtnn Mail I les 12 12:00 M. Arrive? 11:47 A.M. Open 1-r delivery 12:30 P.M. " Clinton Mail Arives... ... iHaO A.M. " Closes.. . 1.-00 P.M. lhe Maryville Mail arrivc3 at 10-.CJ. a. m., and de parts at 2:00, r sr., daily, except Suudays. Maynardville Mail a-...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 13 February 1872

4 M U VOL. II. KNOXVILLE, TENN., TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 13, 1872. NO. 239. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. -o- FOREIGN NEWS BY THE CABLE. o Miscellaneous and Washington News. HOME NEWS. PACIFIC ItOAD rAKMEAUERM KTARYIAU. Ktenmbont Collision on the 9I!sllpii. Cairo, Feb. 12. The gorge between here and Columbus has been broken hii J navigation is again open. Salt Lake, Feb. li Urgent messages are being received from the blockaded trains on the Pacific road, for food. Jluch sickness is re ported among the passengers. Philadelphia, Feb. 12. Peterson & Co. 'a oil cloth factory is burned. Loss $100, (XX). New Orlkaxs, Feb. 11. The steamer Sa bine from the Auxchita river, with 1,000 bales of cotton, collided with the steamer Kichmond hence at the twelve mile point early this morn ing. The Sabine sunk in a few minutrs. The Richmond was considerably damaged, but ren dered all the assistance possible, taking all the passengers and some three hundred balles of the cotton oil' of the Sabine. The Sa...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 13 February 1872

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. RULE fc RICKS, Proprietors. TUESDAY MORNING, FEB. 13, 1872. TIIH LARGEST CIRCULATION Of Any Daily Published in East Tennessee. XEWS SUMMARY. (Jen. Mahonc says the tunnel at Cumberland Gap can be completed by January, 1874. A Tom Scott Presidential Club wa3 organiz ed in Memphis on the 9th inst. It is a railroad club. Col. Forney lias resigned the position of Col lector of the Fort at Philadelphia. He says he rinds it interferes with his independence n a journalist. The Nashville limine r reports cock-fight- by t-pecial telegrams, giving the number of co ks killed and the betting. Cooper and Foster are the historic and high-toned sportsmen on the occasion thus honored. HOW OUR FACTS ABOUT EAST TENNESSEE ARE APPRECIATED. We are extremly modest, (as all news per men are) and therefore, feel called upon to apologize for publishing the fol lowing testimonial. AVc have never made public but a very few of the letters of en couragement we receive, but the following is t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 13 February 1872

EAST TENNESSEE B1UNCH REPUBLIC Life Insurance Company. Family Groceries. THE DAILY CHRONICLE. Sash and Blinds. Real Estate. CARPENTER & ROSS, Wholesale Grocers TERMS OF DAILY PAPER. HUHSON & BAILEY'S REAL ESTATE COLUMN. Per month, by carrier or by mail .. $ 75 Per year, by mail, 8.00 WEEK Y PAPER. and Naj, IM. JAt'KSON," President. Treasurer: K. 1 BAILEY Secretary: BPENCER MUNSON. Managers: MUX SON & BAILEY. Executive Committee. E- J. SANFORD, J. A. KAYL. JOS. It. ANDERSON, Bristol. Finance Committee. JOSEril JAQUES,, Uledical Board. J. M. BOYD, M.D. Directors. F. II. McCLUNG. Capt. J OS- J AQUES, Maj. R. C. JACKSON, .105. 11. EARNEST, llheatown, R. McCORKLE. Greeneville. Rev. V. ESPER AND1EU, Dk. JOSIAH CURTIS, r. w. COFFIN. .1. B HOXSIK, (JE'J. II. SMITH. J'jHN BAXTER, JOSIAH CURTLS. M D.. Cm.. JOHN BAXTER, GEO. W. KOSS. Hon. 0. P. TEMPLE, JOS. R. ANDERSON. Uridyl, .108. BROWN, Morristown, J NO. S. ROSS. Clinton. J, B- HOXSIE, AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, PAID UP CAPITAL AND AC...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 13 February 1872

Wants For Rent For Sale Boarding Lost Found will be inserted in this column at 23 Cents each in sertion, not exceeding five lines; over five lines 5 Cents or each additional tine will he charged. THE DAILY CHRONICLE. TUESDAY MORNING, FEB. 13, 1872. CHRONICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET PLACE. The Largest Circulation of any Daily la East Tennessee. IAII,Y METEOROLOGICAL REPORT. Nlgnal Service, C. S. Army. Kkoxtillk. Texk., February 12. 1872. O I 0 O 3 a: ?7 b. i c ! 3 S H C-".S 5 (a 7 A. M. 2 r. m. . 4 P. M. 2J.85 20.83 29.S1 56 46;jN.E. 51r;E. ors.E. 10 ; Cloudy. WEATHER REPORT. War Dkp't. Ornct Chief Signal Officer. Washington. D. C February 12. (7:30, p. ..) 1872. Probabilities : The low barometer at Cape Hatteras will probably move northeastward, away from the coast, with north east wind and threatening weather extending to the New England cost on Tuesday. The low barometer in the Miesouri.Valley extend eastward over Illinois with increasing northeast winds on the upper lake? and southwest ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 14 February 1872

V ?- VOL. II. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 14, 1 87'J- NO. '240. III 4 n 4 1 LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. -o- fOREHff XEHS BY TUE CABLE -o- Mi?ftIIaneous and Washington Aews. -o- HOME NEWS. (;0LROIl OF FLORIDA IMPLAtULD Annoying Delay of the Jnpnnewe Linbussj w Turk Bank Officers Arrested, Ac. Tallauassee, Feb. 13. The resolution im peaching Governor Kcoil passed thu. House. Lieuteni!it-Liovtjiiior Day iisauucs t'ic Govern orship. FuAMttoEr, J-'eb. 15. A swindler prcteud ing to be a nephew of General lite wns escorted from town. .Salt Lake, Feb. !"". The .Mormon ticket v.ai elected. Women arid children voted. The Japiuic:'.' embassy will bo oluigedto return 1) tjau Francisco and tuke steamer vi:i Panama There is no prospect of mibiug the snow block ade in, perhaps, a month. The Postufficc De partment its proposing for stage srrvice- around the blockade for sixty days. New York, Feb. M. The officers of the Bowling Greeu Savings Bank have been ar reted on the charge of niisaj...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 14 February 1872

sgg"jjsg Lj-j .I m maw THE DAILY CHRONICLE. RILE A: KIt'XtS, Proprietors, WKDXESDAY MOKNING, FEB. 11, 1872. THE LARGEST CIIltXtATlON Of Any Daily Published in East Tennessee. SEWS SUMMARY. Tho politicians at 'Washington arc busy dis cussing tho reason of Forney's resignation. The President thus far lias refused to accept it. The friends of General Amnesty at "Washing Ion sy one of the IIouc bills vill certainly pass the Senate. The "Washington eorrespondentof the Cuurier J'jt'.M'tl says Lincoln was not so certain of hU re-nomination us Grant now is of his. The C-"ri r-.l-"(nt'i! bays Tom Scott is Roiii to build a railroad bridge across the Atlantic ocean so as to run trains through from Cali iornia to Japan. It thinks he will have lime to build it before he gels to be President of United States. - ; - WHERE IS THE LISAFrECTIOU ! A farmer hi Illinois on one occasion, applied to lib family physician for medi cal aid, " for," said he, " they say the neighbors are all dying with fever."...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 14 February 1872

EAST TENNESSEE BRANCH h BEPlTBLXci 5i? TM& InHURANCE COMPANY; Family Groceries. ' 1 THE DAILY CHRONICLE. TERMS OF DA1XT PAPEB. Per month, by carrier or by mail 75 Per year, by mail, 8.00 Sash and Blinds. Real Estate. CARPENTER & ROSS, BURR & TERRY. HUNSON & BAILEY'S REAL ESTATE COLUMN. WEKUT PAP EH. ?;ajf i, t. JAIKSON, Presidenl: -"fir. JOSLlfl -CiRTlS' Vice Presidfn Trasui'cr : K. BAILEY (- w. COV FIN. ,1. B JIOXSIK. Oh'). 11. SMITH. JOHN BAXTER. JO.tlAH CUllT IS, MP., . i K .' Co!.. JOHN BAXTER, GEO. W. ROSS. Hon. O. P. TEMPLE. . JOS. R. ANDERSON. Bristol. JOS. BROWN. Alortistown, J NO. S. ROSS. Clinton, J. B- 1I0XSLE. Secretary: ,S V KN CER MUN SON. Co l. J Managers : M UKSON & BAIL E Y lixccutlre Committee, i ' E- J. SANFORD, J. A. RAVI-. JOS. R. ANDERSON, Briilvl. Finance Committee. JOSEFH JAQUES. " ' Medical Board. J. M. BOYD. M.l. , Directors. F. II. McCLUNG. Capt. JOS-JAQUES. Mi.r. R. 0. JACKSON, JOS. 11- EARNEST, RheHtowu, K. MrCORKLK. Greeneville. Kkv....

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