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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 20 February 1872

yanf9 for Kent For Sale Boarding Lost Found will be inserted inlhit column at 23 Cent rich tn trrtyyn, not exceeding five linn ; over Jive lines 5 Crnls or each Additional line trill be ihnrged. THE DAILY C1IB0NICLE. TUESDAY MORNING, FEB. LM, 1872.1 CHRONICLE OFFICE 10 MARKET PLACE. Tbo I-nrr-a Circulation ol any DMly in V.nst Tcunwtcr. IAII.Y METEOROLOGICAI IiErRT. KiKiinl Service, V. 8. Army. Knoxville. Trkx., Tcbniaryll'.t. 1872. - i t d"i " j" . --i-3 S C Z t' 2 IS 111 S isi ll 'C-I I 7 a.m. 33 32L-!ss.W. 4 Cloudy. 2r. m. ;'0.-3 41 ! oSrV. 4 4 p.m. 30.03 41 38'n. '5 O.W POST OFFICE HOIKS. The Eastern Mail CIo:C? "W A-M Arrives l'"U Orcn for delivery 2:0) " " Western Mail 1-ses 12 M- rrives 11:17 A.M. Open for delivery 12:30 P.M. " Clinton Mail Arive? 11HW A.M. Closes 4:IK) P.M. The Miiryville Mail arrives at 10:30. a. sr., and de parts at 2:00. p m.. daily, except Sunday?. .laynn-Pl Vine .i;i;i a in ti x., uu iuuis'mj an 1 departs at l:i. r. m., same day. The Blain's X Roads Mai...

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. — 21 February 1872

fflf ll VOL. II. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 21,' 1 872. NO. 246. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. FOREIGN X1HVS BY Tilt: CABLE. o- WsccllaneoHS and Washington News. -o- HOME NEWS. The Ohio Kiver Convention. San Fka.nusco,FcI. 1.-A cargo of freight, via Cape Hum, per fchlp David Crockett, lias arrived, beating freight chipped by tho Pacific road. Cincinnati, Feb. LU The Convention fur the improvement f the Ohio river has con vened. Thus. J. rower, of rennsylvaniit, is President. Sr.rr York, Feb. LU The District At torney is directed to prosecute till merchants who bribed customs officers. Dr. McCoih, the President of tho Princeton College, is sick with pneumonia. The Committcejinveitigating the quarantine Jeveloped the fact that Dr. Conncrton received one hundred and fifteen thousand dollars for certain exclusive privileges from a tow com pany. The evidence indicates a huge swindle. WASHINGTON. Kotilli Carolinians Kelore Congress. Washington-, Feb. 20 Hampton, Butler and Kirsl...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 21 February 1872

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. RULE A RICKS, ri-oprletors. "WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEB. 21, 1372. THE LARGEST CIRCULATION Of Any Daily Published in. East Tennessee The iirst election in this yearflS72 takes place on the second Tuesday of March, in New Hampshire. The parties are actively canvassing the State. It wai carried last year by the Democrats by a small majority, but the Republicans ex pect to regain it next mouth. Personal explanatory squibs from four to ten columns long are fashionable. And just here a query : If it takes four and a half columns, in, .reply to a charge of per jury, to prove the accuser a "carpet-bagr ger" and his solicitor a "swindler," how many columns will it take to disprove the perjury It is not as -evident that the Baxter movement is " played out." The question is, are Nelson, Baxter, Henderson, Cocke; Caldwell, Washington, Anderson and At- kin, who are trying to purge their own party of its corruption, to be considered its leaders and representative men, or is the ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 21 February 1872

EAST TENNESSEE Bli AJN Uli RE PUB LI C Insurance Comp an t . Life Mai, IM JA( KHOX, Trcsidciit. Treasurer : K. T. B VI LEY Secretary: Managers: M UKHON & BAILE Y. Executive Commltlec. K- J. SANFORD. .1. A. KAYI-, JOS. R. ANDERSON, Bristol. I'iiiaiice Commltlce. JOSEPH JAQUES. Medical Hoard. J. M. BOYD. M.D. Directors. F. II. McCLUNG, Cxtt. JUS- JAQUES. jM.t. R. C. JACKSON. JOS. II. EARNEST. Rhealown, R. MrCORKLE. Ureeneville. Rev. F. ESPERAND1EU. Dr. JOSIAU CURTIS. r V,-. COFFIN. J. B 1I0XSIE. ;E. II. MlIIl, JOUN BAXTER. J0.LY1I CURTIS. M D.. Coh. JOHN F.AXIER. GEO. AV. ROSS. Hon O P. TEMPLE. . JUS.': ANDUnSON. Rrutol. JOS. BROWN. Wqrrtoirn. J NO. 8. BOSS. -Clinton. J. R. 1I0XSIE. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, - PAID UP CAPITAL AND ACCUMULATIONS, near $2,000,000. cnxTK W. office, east tes.n. draxcii office, .vn t,;i T xST.T.l KT. rmrAGO. ILL. KNOXVILLE, TENS. J0H Y. FARHTLL, A. W. KELLOGG, PAI L CORNELL President. lt Vice Prcd. -d 1 ice Prett. j HARDIN, Treasurer. ORREN E. MOORE, Secretar...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 21 February 1872

Wants For Rent For Sale Boarding Lost Found teill be inserted in thit coluftm'at 25. Cents each in sertion, :ut exceeding five line; over five linet 5 Cents or each additional line will he charged. Tjjj DAILY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY' MORNING FEB. . 21, '1872. CHRONICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET PLACE. The Largest Circulation I nny Daily in East Tennessee. DAILY METEOROLOGICAL BEPJRT. Signal Service, V. 8. Armj. IvKOxriLLK. Tr.as February 20. 1872. Si CO 7 A. M. 3' 21 3'J.Oi 30.91 Cloudy. Fair. Cloudy. I 1 43' i 11" , W. 2 P. M. 4 P. M J ! n ;s.w. 0.00 WEATHEB REPORT. War Dep't. Offick Chief Siokal OrricKB. Washington. D. C. February 2 . (7:30. p. K) 1872. Prolabilitie : An area of low barometer will probably on Wednes day extend eastward over the Gulf States, with south erly winds and rainy weathor on the coait, and north east winds veering to south cast, wtth threatening weather in the South Atlantic States. The low barom eter in Canada will move over the St. Lawrence valley with enow and rain...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 22 February 1872

SVV.V.'ir 14 L.I ' J li I I VOL. II. KN0XV1LLE, TENN., THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 22, 1872. NO. 2-17. 4 M . v.. tATEST BY TELEGRAPH. o- t'OKEHiX MttVS BY THE CABLE. -o- Hbcellaneous and Uashingtou Xews. HOME NEWS. THE IMCint' KOAI) BLOCKADE. Wendell I'hilUp" fr PrelIenl. Cincinnati, Fob, L'l.-Tlie Ohio lliver Im provement Convention elected Jesse D. Bright permanent Prc-Mont. Laramie, Feb. -1. lne snow is melting, Great ilamngcs to the road are apprehended fr ni flood?. San Fram'1.o, Feb. '2. A passenger who jn-t arrived over-land died from fatigue and ex posure during the trip. The bark S.plne, with the captain and one :tilor were lost on Main Island. Augustus Soli ell has been installed Grand Sachem of Tnmmany. Xkv; York. Feb. "Jl. Victoria "Wood hull SiaJ a crowded hou-e, Some of her sentiments w ere hissed. She said Christ was a Communist; "iherwise the lecture was a rehash of the old fudge. The National Labor Convention is instructed t upporJ "Wendell Phillips for Prc.-ident. T...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 22 February 1872

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. RULE &. KICKS, Proprietors, THURSDAY MORNING, FEU. 22, 1372. THE "LARGEST CIRCULATION Of Any Daily Published in East Tennessee. NO BACK DOWN. Hon. Tho. A. R. Nelson, with Colonel Baxter, signed a circular letter, accompa nying -vhal is known as the "Baxter De parture, " which opened with this plain sentence, A disorganization of the Dem ocratic party is essential to the defeat of the Radicals. ''The Press and Herald read this bold declaration with horror and alarm, and straightway proceeded to read the grey-haired veteran out of the party. It declared that Judge Nelson': personal and political friends would read this letter with " amazement, and look upon the step as "madness." To this attack Judge Nelson replied in a card yesterday morning. He retracts nothing contained in his note, but on the contrary defends his position in a manly and bold manner. He says : " Although I did not write or origin ate it ( the circular letter) I signed it after due deliberat...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 22 February 1872

Railroad. General Merchandise. Family Groceries. TEE DAILY CHRONICLE. 1 ft Si il 9 KNOXVILLE, FOR INSPECTION AND HEADY ent ol' II AVE NOW OPEN and varied assortment of General Merchandise, icnt North or .South, lne fo be found in any cftablishnu IVcvr, s?iacIou4 and ,iir increase their stock and present to the trade full and complete lines of Has cnibled them t materi.my "u FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, jolloiis, Clolhlngr, Boots, Shoes and Hals, Hardware, Queensware and Groceries, TO WHICH THEY INVITE THE ESPECIAL ATTENTION OF 31 E II C II A N T S TIIKOITGIIOUT THE SOUTHERN STATES. Books and SMITH & CO., O. t;. smith. L. ROSS. 108 GAY We keep constantly on hand a Full Stock of Goods in will sell Low for Cash. "We Guarantee Satisfaction." ,11(1 EAST TENNESSEE BOOK O Williams, Sturges WHOLESALE AND HETA1L BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS. DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AND MUSICAL MERCHANDISE. To Merchants we Offer Special Inducements. aug 9-dly. Sasli and CRAIG & BA...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 22 February 1872

Wan' For JUniFor $ale Boarding Lout Found icillle inserted in (h.$ eolumn at 25 CrnlH iih in ttrtion. not exceeding five line; over five linen 5 Cents cr each additional line will be eharced. THE DAILY UHllOXIOJ.K. Til U USD AY MOUSING, FEB. 187-2. CHRONICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET PLACE. The IarCt Circulation la Enil Tenncssco. of nny Daily DAILY METEOROLOOH'AI. KE1'.RT. Slgiinl Service, V. H. Army. Knoxvim.-., Tf NX.. February 21, 18? c a - . cr .2 6 O Si 3 , - - .e s i 5 S a c , 1- c X - ' 7 a.m. 2 F. M. 4 P. M. 41 K 1 3v N.W. 4 Threat's. I 2": Lt. RaiD. O.o' I WEATI1KK KEIMHIT. War Dep't. Orncit Chief Signal Officer. Washirgton. D. C. February 21. (7:30. p. m..) 1872. Probabilities : The barometer will probably continue rising with llaasan. weather on Thursday over the Lake?, Ohio miIIpv. and Middle and Kaftern State?. An area of linht rain will advance by Thursday morning into North Carolina. Partially cloudy and dear weather v.-ith rising temperature wi!l prevail in the Gulf States. ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 23 February 1872

ejjf y jj j 23A i ie;ff,c VOL. II. KNOXVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY i3, 1872. NO. 248. I U irirnfirtitr w LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. -o KOKKIGX NKNS BY TI1E CABLE. -o- ili.cellancous and Washington Sews. HOME NEWS. Ohio IlUcr i on . rniio rrot-eedlns. Cincinnati, Feb. l!-!.-Tlic Ohio Kivcr Con a ontion urs:s the Steamboat Associations to re-.-i-t the bxl'ii tonnage in the courts and asks fr four hundred thousand dollars to complete the widening and construction of the wing dunis and recommends the citentionof the jurisdiction .f the Li.qht House Board over the "Western water.-. TIi" Convention adjourned to meet at tlie call of the Executive Committee. "k' York, Feb. 22. Three police commissioner-, three tire commissioners and the chief ,1" police of Jersej citj have been indicted. Nothing ili-on.lt.rly occurred to-day. The members of the Orange Society wore badges of 1'iirple and orange. rARKCKSHrufi, Feb. 22 An engine and 1 Mirgagc car fell down an embankment sixty i nil- cast ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 23 February 1872

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. BVLE fc RICKS, Proprietors, FRIDAY MORNING, FEB. 23, 1872. THE LA KG EST CI Rt'VEATION Of Any Daily Published in Eait Tennei J. A WAT TO CHEAP FREIGHTS. Knoxville is deeply interested in the building of the two cross roads now stretching out like half-grown limbs to the north and south of it. It is especially interested in the building of the Knox ville and Charleston road. The comple tion of the Ohio road is but a question of it short time. Our chief concern therefore centers in the Knoxville and Charleston road. The business men of Knoxville should see to it that no opportunity to place this road iu the hands of live and responsible men fails. We do not know what the Commissioners propose to do with it. Rut if any resixm sible party can le found to but the road we think it would be politic for the State to sell it on reasonable terms. Rented property always deteriorates in value. In case of a railroad, the iron wears out, the cross-ties are exposed to fires an...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 23 February 1872

General Merchandise. n KNOXVILLE, iiii HAVE SOW OPKS rORIXirKCTIOSAXD READY TOR SALE. THE LAKH EST, MOST COMPLETE 1 J and varied assortment of General Merchandise, . 1 1- umt North or South. The additional room afforded by their To be found in any citablisnmcm ISTev jpaoioiissi unci Elcgnnt Warehouse ...ri illr increase their stock and present to the trade full and complete lines of Has cniMcl them to inateri.nu FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, olion, Clothing, Boots, Shoes and Hats, Hardware, Queensware and Groceries, TO WHICH THEY INVITE THE ESPECIAL ATTENTION OF MERC H A N T S rllUOUGIIOUT THE SOUTHERN STATES. Soi.t ?". 171 Xw. wmmm mm wmrmmmm. mm nooks and O. B. SMITH & CO., id) o. r. SMITH. D. L. HOSS. 108 GAY We keep constantly on hand a Full Stock of Goods in our line, and will sell Low for Cash. "Wc Guarantee Satisfaction." EAST TENNESSEE BOOK HOUSE. O Williams, Sturges & Co., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS. DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 23 February 1872

irin'i! For Rent For Sale Boarding Lout Found will be inytcd in thit column al 25 Cent cacA t ttrtion, not exceeding five linei ; over five linti 5 Cents or each additional line icill be charged. THE DAILY CHRONICLE. FRIDAY MOUSING, FKB. 23, 1872.1 CHEONICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET PLACE. The Lnrgcst Clrcnlntlon of tnr Dilly In KrnI Tennessee. DAII.T METEOROLOGICAL. REl'JRT. SJgunl Service, U. S. Army. Kxoxtillk, Tens.. February 22. 1872. C 1 t - Z 3 ! : a a -i! , at I 7 a. m. ;w.i 2 p. m. 21 'M 4 f. m. -y.ix L"8' 44' .Clear. 36' 'w. . i 47- 3S X.W. 3 O.Ot WEATHER REPORT. War Dep't. Offick Cmur Sigxal Officir. Washington, D. C, February 22, (7:30. p. iu) 1872. VoftatiVt'rie . The barometer will probably contin'ie to rUc. with cold northwest winds and clear weather in the Middle and Eastern States on Friday. Falling barometer and rising temperature will prevail by Friday morning from the lower lake- to Missouri and northwestward. Increasing southerly winds and threatening weather will exten...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 24 February 1872

A M U y -a VOL. II. KNOXVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 24, 1 872. NO. 249. iff " " ' 1 Kv1Wll1?lf 1 LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. -o- FQIIEIGX NEWS BY TIIK (ABLE. -o- UiscfUanfous aud Washington Xewst -o- HOME NEWS. The IrclIrntlnl run-. Iniiakapous Yah. 3'.. The dck'Knles to the National Convention have been instructed to vote for (J runt and Colfax. Columhus, Feb. 23. The Labor Convention has nominated David H. Davis, of Illinois, for President, and Joel Parker, of New Jersey, lor Vice. President. Tin? lVoli ibition Convention bns nominated Jjinios Black, of Pennsylvania, for President, and Jolin Ku-soll, of Michigan, for Vice Presi dent. Jkkkerson City, Feb. "J"?. The Convention tresscs confidence in (j runt, but pledges the party to the nominee of the Philadelphia Con- ention. New Youk, Feb. 1T-5. The show windows of Mr. Johnson, Grand Master of the American Protestant Association, were mahed by some unknown persons. Savannah, Feb. 'J:'.. The Georgia Agricul tural .Society has ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 24 February 1872

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. RULE RICKS, Proprietors. SATURDAY MORNING, FEB. 21, 1372. THE LARGEST CIRCULATION Of Any Daily Published in East Tennessee. A SUGGESTION RENEWED. The Governor of the State has issued his proclamation convening the General As sembly in extraordinary session on the V2th day of the coming month. In view of its earl v assembling, we renew our sug gestion of the propriety of the resignation of Speaker Vaughn, of the Senate, pending the grave charges now standing against him in the United States Court in this city. The Grand Jury of this High Court has preferred against him three true bilk for a conspiracy to defraud the Govern ment of the United States. This jury was composed of fifteen Democrats and eight Republicans. It was a body of non partisan, honest citizens whose finding makes a prima facie case of such gravity as that the Speaker of the Senate cannot, with self-respect, disregard it. We know nothing of the facts upon which these in dictments were found, and ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 24 February 1872

General Merchant!! c. 3 KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE. AVE SOW OPEN FOR INFECTION AND BEADY FOR SALE. THE LARGEST, MOST COMPLETE and varied assortment of ' General Merchandise, . r .. . ... ,,, Vorth or South. The additional room afforded by their To be found in any establishment iorm vi TVevv Spacious and Elegant "WnrchotiKc ,, , , , ,i..tP increase their stock and present to the trade full and complete lines of Has enabled them to materia." FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, Xollons, Clothing:, Boots, Shoes and Hats, Hardware, Que ens ware and Groceries, TO WHICH THEY INVITE THE ESPECIAL ATTENTION OF M E II C II A N T S THliOUGUOHT THE SOUTHERN STATES. SPlit.?''. 171 d.tw. " Hooks and O. B. SMITH & CO., 0) n n ... f u u O. r.. SMITH 1). L. KOSS. 108 GAY Wc keep constantly on hand will sell Low for Cash. aWc and )iC H fa )C )L ) )v Kh. EAST TENNESSEE BOOK HOUSE. -0- Williams, Sturges & Co., WHOLESALE AND JIETA1L BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS. DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AN...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 24 February 1872

Wanf For RentFor Sale Boarding Lott Found teill be inserted in this column at 25 Cents each in sertion, not exceeding five linet; over five Unci 5 Cents or each additional line tcill be charged. THE DAILY CHROKICLE. SATURDAY MORNING, FEB. 24, 1872. CHEOKICLE OFFICE 19 MAKKZT PLACE. The Largest Circulation of any Dally In East Tennessee. TOST OFFICE HOURS. The Eastern Mail Close? 11--00 A.M ' Arrives , 1 ,M Ulen for delivery 2:0) " Western Mail bscs 12 !rsJ, " rrivc 11:47 A.M. .". 6,,cn for delivery 12:30 P.M. " Clinton Mail Arivcs 1i:!Sxf " " " Closes - P.M. The Maryvillc Mail arrives at 10.30, a. m., and de lRrtsat2:00,r M.,laily. except Sundays. ' Maynardville Mail a-rives at 12:00, m.. on Thursday, and depart? at 1:"", p. m., snuie day. . The Wain's X Roads Mail arrive Tuesdays and in days at a. m., and departs at 12:00. m.. same day. Gap Creek Mail arrives Wedenesday at 3:00, P. M and departs Thursday at J:00 A.M. . . The Post-Ofhee opens at 8, A. M., and closes at 4: 0 r. M. Op...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 25 February 1872

s; 1:1 N ; . i " - i ' r HI j i VOL. II. KNOXVILLE, TENN., SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 25, 1872. NO. 250, Iff ftv .V . " fl xd 1m LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. -o- FOREIGN NEWS BY THE CABLE. -o- tliscellaneous and Washington Xcws. -o- HOME NEWS. ANOTHER RAII.RO A l A((IIF.M. Ice Itlorkntle Rnlert. New York, February 24. The preparations for a parade onL Patrick's day iii this and adjacent cities is immense. The arrest of tho Judges and Commissioners of Xew York, Jersey City and Brooklyn sLill continues. "Win. Heath, vf the linn of Ileath & Co., lias been arrestod on the charge of perjury con cerning stock dealers. ClKCIxxjm, Feb. 14. An accident occurred on the Louifvill.j and Cincinnati Short Lino Kailroad. The engine crossed tho bridge, but the structure with two passenger cars, the bag g:tg?, express nn J mail cars went down and are a mass of ruins. There were sixty-five passen gers on board of the train. Two persons were killed and hftj--two were hurt. Mrs. Seay, of Columbus, Miss., is ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 25 February 1872

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. RULE A RICKS, Proprietors. SUNDAY MORNING, FEB. 25, 1872. THE LARGEST CIRCULATION Of Any Daily Published in East Tennessee. A SKELETOH IK OUR HOMES. Medical skill has as yet been unable to afford relief or even give warning of the approach of the most dangerous, because the most sudden, of maladies with which we are afflicted we mean Taralysis. On the keenest intellect it is the most apt to fall. For the busiest, the most prominent and useful of our public men its deadly blight is most surely intended. Our exchanges of late have recorded an alarming number of deaths from paralysis. In referring to it, the New York Post says " Coming on a man suddenly in the ful ness of life and vigor, the dread disease presents a horror to which tfce grave itself is a stranger. It allows of no time for pre paration, it sends forth no friendly scouts to warn us of its coming. "When the mo ment has arrived, the merchant leaves his ledger, the lawyer drops his briefs, the legislato...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 25 February 1872

Cieneral Mcrcliandls c. wwr ink 1 3 Iclii Fn 1JIJ.3 KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE. Family Groceries. CARPENTER & ROSS, Wholesale Grocers 1KD THE DAILY CHRONICLE. .TERMS or DAILY PAPER. Per month, by carrier or by mail .. Per year, by mail. ........ ..$ 75 . 8.00 WEEK Y PAPER. rj AVE KOW OPEN FOR INSPECTION AND READY FOR SALE, THE LARGEST, MOST COMPLETE J and raried assortment of General Merchandise, To be found in any establishment North or South. The additional room afforded by their TVew, Spncloiw unci Elegfunt Warehouse Du enabled them to materially increase their stock and present to the trade full and complete lines of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, Notions, Clotlilnp, Boots, Shoes and Hats, Hardware, Queensware and Groceries, TO WHICH THEY INVITE THE ESPECIAL ATTENTION OF M E II CHANTS THROUGHOUT THE SOUTHERN STATES. Hooks and Stationery a SMITH & CO., 108 GAY STREET. We keep constantly on hand a Full Stock of Goods in our line, nnd will cell Low for Cash. "We Guarantee eausia...

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