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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 14 February 1872

Want For Kent For Sale Boarding Lout Found will he inserted i tit U column at 23 Cent patfc t'a rrrtion. not exietdinafice lines; over five fines 3 Cents vr each addltioiwl lint- will he cluirged. . . THE DAILY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY MOKNINC, "FEB. U l7i CKRONICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET PLACE. The Largct Circulation of any Dally In East Tennessee. . DAILY METI OROLOGH 11. RET ART. Mjcunl rviec, I". N. Army. Ukoxville. TivKN.. February 13. Itf72. -r r d -.c C ta. " a .. o a. B O C -a 0 A. M. ".I 4o " S. 12" W. o8J.W. LluuJy. Clearing. 4 P. ii. 24 0.24 WRATIIEK REFOIIT. War Df.p't. Otncc Chikp Siusii, Officer. Washington. D. C. February U. (7:30. p. M..) 137i The low barcuicter on Lake Huron will probably continue to move northeastward over Canada. . The winds on the lower lakes will very generally veer to the northwestwith tall ins temperature and northeast winds veering to couthwe?t throughout the Atlan'ie State?. Clearing wcrth'.r vith falling temperature will rrcvail on Wednesday south an...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 15 February 1872

I.' :iH i HJIVXOH!.' " f f s '-'J " ? I .... . ... VOL-ir; r i t . KNOXVILLE, TENN., THUESDAY MORNING,' FEBRUARY , 15, 1872. NO. 241. r-v w v a s a i a k a i z a t r tax i s w i p a i m lav i v -a LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. FOBEIGX NEWS BY THE CABLE Miscellaneous and Washington News. -o- T r.H p M E , N EWS . ' , - . .-. The . Washington Treaty. itnr York, Feb. 14. A Herald -Loudon fclecial says no Englibh Cabinet continuing the negotiations on tho Washington Treaty, as the case now stand;, could hold office twenty-four hours; therefore arbitration is ended, unless soma mutual underbtandingt "inodifj'ing the lHiints at issue are attained: "t - Th tobacco factory of vVycr& lira , in Mc Lean county, Kentucky, U burned. It is said to be tho work of an incendiary.' Lost, W,Wt pounds of tobacco. The sujipceJ incendiary was lynched by masked luci. His remains were found at tbe foot of a tree.- .-;- Pcter O. "Washington, Assistant Secretary of the Treasury under Mr. Fierce, is dead iged even...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 15 February 1872

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. RULE A RICKS, Proprietor. THURSDAY MORNING, FEB. 15, 1872.: THE LA It WENT CIKIXLATION Of Any Daily Published in Eait Teaaeieee. THE FEARLESS,' INDEPEHDEHT PBE8SBPZAK OUT, Following close upon the solemn adjudi cation of Judge Hall that the special legis lation procured by the libel and public printing swindling ring of Tennessee is unconstitutional android an opinion en dorsed by every disinterested lawyer at the Knoxville Bar cornea the following stinging rebuke to Baxter's libellers from the Tobacco Leaf, a staunch influential Democratic paper of Middle Tennessee. It is evidently mistaken about the power of the: Legislature to pass the law com plained of, but waiving this, read what it says : TheUroeiieville6!?W, which is one of Iboso papers that tells tho truth about friend or foe, thus tpeaks of the disgraceful legislation by Avhich. tbe suits of John Baxter against tho Viiwn and American and Batmrr, may be trans ferred to Nashville a bill passed for their ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 15 February 1872

'Mm TENNESSEE BKANCH, Nsil ran ce -' Cqmea IllFE tfaj. R. t. JirKSOXi'Presidenlt 5 TresMtii er : K. p. BAILEY Secretary: ; KPKNCER MUXSON Managers: ? f ? . Kru(li e r W. COFFIN, j. B IIOXSIE. GEO. U. SMITH. E. J. SANFORD, J. A. KAY L, JOS. K. ANDERSON, Bristol. , Finance ? Commltlee. JOSEPH JAQUES. Medical Board. - i - J. M. BOYD, M.D, - f ? : " v ' Directors. - K. II. Mc CLUNG. . . -' ' : CKrr. JOS- JAUUE& Mj. It. C. JACKSON. J05. H- EARNEST. Rheatown, " " ; R. McCORKLE, Greeneville, Kkv. f. ESPERANDIEU, Dr. JOSIAU CURTIS, JOHN EASIER. JO&Ali'CU-KTfci. M D., ' - . v u u U Col. JOHN BAXTER, , : ? 1E0. W. ROSS. Hon. O. P. TEMPLE. . JOS. K. ANDERSON. Bristol. JOS. BROWN. Morristown.- JNO. S. ROSS, Clinton. J. B- IIOXSIE. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, - :- - - PAID UP CAPITAL' AND ACCUMULATIONS, near rirvTIliL, OFFICi:, 1-51 AND 163 LASXLLE ST.. CHICAGO. ILL. JOHN V. FAKWELL, , JVcskknt. M.1V. .O.rimV Trctmwr. ' ' ii . '11 f E ItErrCLIC; Likes nothing but -A5ji in uie large ana secnreiy ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 15 February 1872

Wan'i For Rent Fur Sale Boarding-"-Lott Found tcillle inserted in thi coltmn at 25 On Is each tn terfion, not exceeding five lir.et; over fite linen 3 Cents or eaeh additional line will be charged. Stolen. tfROM OCR FRONT DOOR LAST NIGHT. A BOX 1 -of iiakoi e Chocolate. Any clue to the thief will be liberally rewarkd. feblj BARRY & McDANNEL. THE DAILY CHRONICLE. THUEcSDAY MORNLNO, FEB. 15, 1872. CHRONICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET PLACE. The Largest Circulation, of Buy Dally la Enst Tennessee. DAILY METEOItOLOGIfAlj ItEI'.RT. Slxual Service, 17. 8. Army. - 7Koiyille, Texx,. February 14. 172- - eii ( .r v- n - 7 a. m. Lit. 01 12.87 1' 13 ;W. Si?! 22 !W. 1? Clear. 2f. M. 3S i 4 P. M. 30 0.(X - . WEATHER REPORT. '? ' War Dir'T. OrriCR Chief Signal Omcrs. Washington, D. C, February ! I, (7:30. p. m..) 1872. , Prolalilitjiei .- ' The highest barometer "rill probably extend on Thursday northeast oyer the Gulf a ud South Atlantic btates. Rising barometer and pleasant weather will prevail over t...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 16 February 1872

VOL. II. KNOXVILLE, TENN, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 16, 1872. NO. 242. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. -o- FO REIGN NEWS BY THE CARLE. Miscellaneous and Washington News. o NASHVILLE. TilE KXOXVILLE ASD CHARLESTON RAILROAD. The Road (o be Sold in March. Also, the RogcrsYille Railroad. special to thi: daily chronicle. ' Nashville, Feb. 13. - The Knoxville tnid Charleston Railroad was not leased. A number of bills were received, some of which were upwards of n?,KX) per annum. . The Road will be advertised and offered for sale at the court house door in Kuox ville, on the 20th of March. The Roersville Road will also heoflered for sale at the same time and place. ' If they are not sold they will be operat ed under the direction of the Governor. A fire occurred in the Southern Metho dist Publishing House last night. The loss amounts to S2,tX.X), on which there is no insurance. Sixty-live persons are thrown out of employment. HOME NEWS. MAIXE HKI'l'IlMCAXS FOR CiUAXT AXI) COLFAX. rrlfiHl of the rfglit...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 16 February 1872

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. MXE KICKS, Proprietors. FRIDAY MORNING, FEB. 1G, 1872. THE LARGEST C'IRCtXATION Of Any Daily Published in East Tennessee. 'EWS SUMMARY. In the United Stwtcs Circuit Court at .Spring field, Ills., a judgment for $2U0,O00 against the Grand Tower Manufacturing Company in fa vor of Pnillipa & St. John, for a failure to de liver to the latter coal as per contract. Mack, of the St. Louis Democrat, Fays Judge Brinkcrholf of the Ohio Supreme Court, who has endorsed the Cincinnati Liberal Conven tion, left the Bench as a salaried traveler for the New York Free trade League. The Nashville B'ntxrr writes about a" vortant decision on postage law made by Judge Sherman "of the United States Supreme Court." The Banner is badly mixed. llie"e is no such gentleman on the Supreme Bench. But there is a District Judge Sherman for the district of Northern Ohio. The Cincinnati Cmmn-cial publishes a pre tended interview with a pretended cousin of the President who retails some vile...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 16 February 1872

.4 14 EAST. . TENNESSEE BRANCH REPUBLIC Life Insurance Comi ANY. Maj. R. t JACKSOS; President. Dr. JOSIAU CURTIS Vice Frcsiden Treasurer: K. P. BAILEY C W. COFFIff. .1. B HOXSIK. GEO. 11. SMITH. JOHN BAXTER, JOSIAU CURTIS. M D., Cm.. JOHN BAXTER. GEO. W. llOSS. JOt. BROWN. Momstown, .INO. S. ROSS. Clinton. J, B- 1IOXSIE. Sccrcfary : spencer mun.son Managers: MUX SON & BAILEY. Executive Committee. E- J. SANFORD, .1. A. RAYI-. JOrf. R. ANDERSON. Bristol. Finance Committee. , JOSEril JAQUES. Medical Hoard. J. M. BOYD, M.D. .. - Directors. F. II. McCLUNO. CxrT. JOS- JAQUES. Mat. R. C. JACKSON. JOS. II. EARNEST. Rheatown, R. MrCORKLE. Greenevillc, Rf.v. F. ESPERANDIEU, Dk. JOSIAU CURTIS, Attorney: Col. J. M. THORNBURGH Family Groceries. CARPENTER & ROSS, Wholesale Grocers AKD COMMISSION MERCHANTS, THE DAILY CHRONICLE. GEO. W. ROSS. J. W. UAUT, F. H. McCLUNO. F- K. BAILEY. M. C. W. COFFIN. U. J. SANFORD, J. W. GAUT. GEO. II. SMITH. DAVID RICHARDS II. D. EVANS, J. A. RAi L. HAVING ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 16 February 1872

Win' For lent For Sile Hoarding Lost Fovnd icill be i.isertcd in this column at Cents each tu tcrtion. not exreeding five linen; over five linen 3 Cents or e't:h luidittotvtl lint will he chirped. i u i mmmmt Stolen. J? ROM OUU FRONT DOOR LAST NIfiHT. A BOX 1 of Raker's Chocolate. Any clue to the thief will bp liberally rcwardid. Iebl BARRY & McDANNEL. THE DAILY CHRONICLE. F II ID AY MORNING, FEB. 10, 1872. CHRONICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET PLACE. The I,wret Circulation of nny Daily In Fm1 Toimessee. It AII.Y .nKTEOKOMMJICAI. KEF RT. Signal Service, I. S. Army. Kn-oxtillk, Tfx.w. February 13. 1'- SC 3 s f ? , v ! 3 ;f i i fi 7 a.m. 3 Ml 11 2 r. m. o'J.oi o-w 4r. . .?S 3 ; - " d 0 u 1 Ob i v; 2Sr Calm. ;w. Clear. o.ct WK.4.TIIKK KEI'OUT. War Dep't. Okpick Chikk Sigxal Oiticer. Washington. D. C. February r. (1:,:0. p. u..) 1872. Probnbililiei : ' The barometer will remain highest on Friday in the South Atlantic .State?, with pleasant weather. An area of low barometer will move northeastw...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 17 February 1872

. - .... ' "' ' - x -LLLJ r -. .-- 'I 1 . . , , 1 ,j I 1 H tiTT' i W'""' 'i ,111 , i.n. , 1 w - jj 1 , n . .1 , ,--t MH MRi aril n" r v ?! ii VOL. II. KNOXVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 17, 1872. NO. 243. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. -o- WASHINCTON. Ihe Indictment Affninst ;ciicrnl tlynn ()nnbril. Wamiingtox, Feb. 10. A. David v. the Mayor-of Augusta, On., &c, wns arrued for dismissal by Milliard & Cnrr. The 'ndk-tmrntii&rain?t Hie Cuban General lliau for violation of tho neutrality laws, was iuashcd. Commissioner Douglas i preparing a report for the "Ways and Means Committee upon the proposed cnliJatioii of the whisky tax. Collector Roll) had a long hearing to-day be fore the Senate Finance Committee upon rice and rail. CONGRESSIONAL. SEXATE. The bill reviving the land grant to the t. Croix and Superior Railroad passed. The resolution inquiring into and respecting the sale of arm was resumed. Adjourned, iiovsi:. The bill admitting photographs for the ap proaching nati...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 17 February 1872

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. RIXE A RICKS, Froprietoi-M, SATURDAY MORNING, FEB. 17, 1372. THE LARGEST 1TRCCXATION Of Any Daily Published in East Tenneseee. KSOXVILLE AND CHARLESTON ROAD. We gave the facts relative to the lease of this road in our special dispatches yester day. It seems a little troublesome for the commissioners to dispose of it in a man ner satisfactory to themselves. A number of ineffectual attempts were made to sell the road. One hundred thousand dollars were offered for it, but the commissioners seemed to think these figures inadequate, and the bid was not accepted. Then it was privately leased, at what a great many per sous considered an inadequate price, and they so expressed themselves. The people very naturally believe that when the State is interested in a lease, it should be made public and the best possible terms ob tained. No one blames a lessee for getting the road at low figures. The commissioners decided to advertise the lease, and did so. On Thursday bids wer...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 17 February 1872

EAST TENNESSEE BRANCH REPUBLIC Insurance Company. Life flaj, k, t. JACKSON, rresidcnt. Treasurer : K. T. BAILEY Secretary : SPENCER MUNSON. Managers : MUNSON & BAILEY. Executive Committee. E- J. SANFORD, J. A. RAVL. JOS. R- ANDERSON. Bristol. Finance Committee. JOSEPH JAQUES. Medical Board. J. M. BOYD. M.D. Directors. F. II. McCLUNO, Caft. JOS- JAOUKS. Maj. R. C. JACKSON. JOS. II. EARNEST, Rheatown. R. MrCOHKLE.Greeneville, Rev. F. ESPERANDIEU, Dr. JOSIAU CURTIS, C. W. COFFIN. ,T. B 1IOXSIE. i;EO. h. smith. JOHN BAXTER, JOSIAH CURTIS. M D. Cot,. JOHN BAXTER. GEO. W. KOSS. Hon. 0. P. TEMrLK . JOS. R. ANDERSON. J3nMoI. JOS. BROWN. Mqrnstown, J NO. S. ROSS. Cimton. J. B. 1I0XSIE. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, - PAID UP CAPITAL AND ACCUMULATIONS, near C KATIIAL, OFFICE, I'd AND 163 LASALLE ST-, JOHN V. FARWELL, President. CHICAGO, ILL. At IV. J. HARDIN, Treamnr. THE REIlTni.lC tikes nothing but CASH in the .1 Totfieinont ..f Claim It is the pioneer company coming into tlie fejuin to myesi its...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 17 February 1872

Wantf For Rent For Sale Boarding Lot Found will he inserted in thii column at 25 Cents each in tertion, not exceeding five linee; over five linet 5 Cents or each Additional line will he charged. Stolen. FROM OUll FRONT DOOR LAST NIGHT. A BOX of Baker's Chocolate. Any clue to the thief will be liberally reward'. d. teblo BARRY A. McDANNEL. THE DAILY CHRONICLE. SATURDAY MORNING, FEB. 17, 1372. CHRONICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET PLACE. The Largest Circulation in East Tennessee. of any Dally DAILY METEOKO LOGICAL REP RT. giffual Service, V. H. Army. rKxoxviLLK. Trxx.. February 16. 1872 a X- . 5 as o t et at a i i ! m . S3 O ' e C i " e c " ; 2 j3 I h a c: 7 A. H, 2 P. K. 4r. h. ol 3J' 3X 2S''S.E. si- n. ( Cloudy. Lt. Rain- 2'J.6o 20.61 NE. O.iTi WEAT1IEK REPORT. War Dep't, Ornce Chief Signal Officer. Washington, D. C. February .(5. (7:30. p. m..) 1872. Prohaiililiet . The lowc-t laromcter in Kentucky will probably continue moving eastward durins the night, turning to th northeast Saturday morni...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 18 February 1872

Jf ll! 1? VOL. II. KNOXVILLE, TENN., SUNDAY;-MORNING, FEBRUARY 18, 1872. NO. 241. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. FOREIGN XEtVS BY THE CABLE. Ibcellaneous andVasIiington Sews, HOME NEWS. I.OS AM.1XO IUOTEKS At QtlTI EH. Marine iMwwlere, Kfpor!el-lalh In a t' Shaft. WAsuixiiTu.S ch. 17-" Tlietca Flori da, from Hon Kyn-? -'Lina' nas arrived at Sun Fnuicuco, California. Th u Lo Augelos, California, rioter?, who liilltJ tlie Chinese, have Lecn acquitted. A j-anic i" California is ruining ttocLc. ' The Japanese leave Suit Lake to ) etui ward Fj-jxt Monday. A spontaneous combustion hurued woolen Tnill and a woman at I'elersboro. Heavy jfales prevail on the Mexican uoiut. The l'ruitian bark Herman Lowe wa-s lost on Aharado Bar. The crew wcro saved. The Enrli-h bark I'armico was wrecked in Vera Cruz harbor. Twelve out of fifteen of the crew were drowned. Kecie Jame Tell 100 ievt down I'ino shall at Scran lou, l'enii?ylvaniat and sa fatally hurt. I'niLAi'Ei.i'MiA. Feb. 17. The bark Sitbra Moses, henec ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 18 February 1872

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. RULE A RICKS, Proprietors, SUNDAY MORNING, FEB. 18, 1871 THE LARGEST CIRCULATION Of Any Daily Published in East Tennessee. WHO WAS "JUNIUS ! " About one hundred years ago, there ap peared in a London newspaper a series of articles, which have since been known to the literarv world as "Junius' Letters." The writer was anonymous, and to this day, a mystery has hung over their author ship. At that time writers were not num erous, especially upon political subjects. These letters being in the main devoted to. a discussion of the rights of man as a whole, in contradistinction to the preroga tive of the few, they naturally attracted much notice. At that time, a few prominent charac ters in the American colonies began to conceive the idea of a eeparate nationality. The three millions or more people that had, by the natural law of increase and additions from various European coun tries, become practicallj' a distinct nation, began to assume an importance, not only In th...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 18 February 1872

EAST TENNESSEE BRANCH REPUBLIC Insurance Compan y. Life iaj, II l. JA KSON, President. Dr. JOSIAH U ttTlS Vice Presidea Family Groceries. caITpmterTrosS Wholesale Grocers THE DAILY CHRONICLE. TERMS Of DAILY PAPER. AKD- COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Treasurer : K. P. BAILEY W. COFFTN. .1. B IIONSJK, :i'. II. SMITH, JOHN I3AXTEU. JOSIAH CI K11S. M Coi.. J(n BAXTER. geo. w. ross. nT .j. ii. iruxsit, Secretary : Attorney : BPENCER MUN.SON. Col. J. M. THORN B UK G H Managers : MUNSON & BAILEY. KeciillTe touiniKlec. K. J. SAN r OKl. Per month, by carrier or by mail J 75 Per year, by mail, 8.U0 WEEKY PAPER. Per year...- 12 00 Clubs of Twenty, or over, per copy ,.. 1 60 RATES OF ADYEBTM1SU. I A. RAl L. JOS. It. ANDERSON. Urutyl. Finance Committee. JOSEPH JAQTJES. Medical Board. J. M. BOYD. M.I. Directors. F. II. M (.'CLUNG. Capt. JUS- J AO U Ed. Maj. R. C. JACKSON. JUS. 11- EARNEST, Rhea town. R. McCO HKLE, Ureeuev itle. Hey. F.ESPERANDIE1 ,, Dk. JOSIAH CURTIS. GEO. W. ROS. J. W. OA IT. i 11. M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 18 February 1872

Wants For Rent For Sale Boarding Led Found will be inserted in this co'uma at 23 Cents each tn f.rtion, not exceeding Jive n'ne,- over five lints 5 Out or each zldilional line iclil be charged. THE DAILY CHRONICLE. SUNDAY MOUSING, 1'EB. 18, 1872. CHRONICLE OFFICE-19 MAEKET PLACE. The Largest Circulation in Eaet Tennessee. of any Dally WEATIIEK KEl'OBT. Wak Dep't. Office Chief Signal Offickb. Washington, D. C February 17, (7:00. p. u J 1372. Probabilities i Ihe low 'arouicter over Care Halteras will probably move northeast with the Gulf stream, and northeast winds and clou 1; weather continue over the middle Atlantic St tcs. Clear w eathcr will probably continue in the Oulf States, with light wind J. Cloudy weather will prevail in the Ohio Valley, clearing away Sunday frnr.nn. Clear, cvld weather will continue with northerly w inds in tew England. Danrerous winds are not antkipa' i for to-night. on the Atlantic or Uulf coast. I'OST OFFICE HOIKS. Ihe Eastern Mail Cose? ll:CO A.M Arriv...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 20 February 1872

'Si: VOL. II. KNOXVILLE, TENN., TUESDAY! MORNING, FEBRUARY 'JO, 1872. NO. 2-15. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. rOKi:iG NEWS BV THE CABLEt o- o- Miscellaneous and Washington inrs. o TENNESSEE. Hoittleiric nt t Itnrlostou. srKCIALTa THE K.VO.WILLE CHROMCLE. CiiAiaESTox, Te-2., Feb. 19, 1872. J.jlm T. Hart shot and killed James Stcphen- ,vn accidentally hero Ibis morning. The verdict of tho Cururjcre jury was in accordance with (lie ftl"'vc. HOME NEWS. xt:xv sov hmk kaie ox mi; PA ilFIC ROAD. ltrti!ro:tl Accidents in I he Koiitli. 'i;v Yokk, Feb. I'd. Over $ I0t,003 claimed I s- the weekly newspapers has been disallowed as unauthorized, although the advertisements were authorized by the officials. Mayor Hall's trial is again postponed at the instance of the prosecution. The Lorillard Fire Insurance Company has declared their first dividend of fcixty cents on the dollar. The Cleopatra, from Havana, reports a vessel burning in latitude thirty-four degrees, but could not reach her on aceouru of the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 20 February 1872

51 THE DAILY CHRONICLE. JIUL.E KICKS, Proprietors, TUESDAY MORNING, FEB. 20, 1872. THE I.ARflEST CIRCULATION Of Any Daily Published in East Tennessee. UKION MEN A UNIT. The Republicans of Tennessee under stand full well what Democracy means. They have frequently felt its proscription and unconstitutional legislation. They know that in Tennessee there can be no half-way ground. Men must here, be either for or against the Republican party with its glorious record and its promising future. They are therefore content to vote for its nominees and support its principles. They tried a division and a "liberal" policy in 1 $69, and it resulted in putting their necks under the heels of the present tyrannical and corrupt par tya party that has most shamefully and cruelly used its majority and the power it holds. The people of East Tennessee know its spirit and purose very well, aud they will be very Mow to lend it in any way encouragement or support. The Nelsons, the Seviers, the Baxters and t...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 20 February 1872

EAST TENNESSEE BEANCH REPUBLIC Life Insurance Company. ilai, K.'t. JA1KS0X, President. Treasurer : Executive E J. J. A. JOS. r W. COFFIN. .1. 1! IIOXSIE. GEO. 11. SMITH, Finance Committee. JOSEPH JAQUES. Medical Board. J. M. BOYD. M.D. Directors. F. II. MrCLUNG. Capt. JOS- JAQUES. Mj. R. C. JACKSON. JOS. II. EARNEST. Rheatown, R, McCORKLE, Greeneville, Rev. F. ESPERANIHEU, Dr. J0SIA1I CURTIS. JOHN BAXTER. JO..IAU CU1UI?, M I- On JOHN 1? AX ILK. ;eo. W. ROSS. r Hon. O. T. TEMPLE. . JOS. K. ANDERSON. Bristol. Jos. BROWN. JMornstown, J NO S. ROSS. Clinton. J, B llOX-lK. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, $5,000,000. PAID UP CAPITAL AND ACCUMULATIONS, near $2,000,000. t j:TRU- office, east teas, iirakcii office, M AND Kl LASALLE ST.. CHICAGO. ILL. KNOXVILLE, TENN. J0H V. I ARWELL, A. H . KELLOGG, TAI L CORNELL, President. 1st Vice Prat. IV? Vice Prcht. J. N. HARDIN, Tnxvfunr. THE Iii:il'HMi; takes, nothing but CASH in the inynicnt of Premium?, and pays nothing but CASH in t'i e settlement of Claim. It...

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