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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 2 May 1872

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. RULE A RICKS, Proprietors, THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 2, 1872. THE LARGEST CIRCULATION Of Any Daily Published in East Tennessee. We give in our article of Tuesday morniug some exceedingly valuable aud useful points as to the impression made upon Northern minds by comparing the advantage East Tennessee presents over Northern States as an agricultural section. This brings us again to enforce what we ad vocated a few days ago.that the great hope of our country was in an improved system of farming. We can never develop our immense mineral resources without a more profitable system of agriculture. We need more farms and better worked farms. We need better roads and better farm equip ments. We are behind the times in these respects and we cannot hope to advance rapidly or securely unless we begin at the foundation. Let our farmers begin the work- Horace White, the managing editor of the Chicago Tribune, says if Trumbull is not nominated at Cincinnati the Con vention will b...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 2 May 1872

General Merchandise. 1872. SPRING. COWAN, M' CLUNG & CO. PIS BPS UliUi KNOXVILLE, Hv.- their Four Story ami Basement Warehouse, eighty feet front by.one.hun (1 ml an I sixty-seven feet deep, stocked with FRESH SPRING GOODS, n wlikh they invite the attention of Merchants. Sash and o ?5 ft 5 " 5 K 2. i 2 t"1 e c hi z 2 o S3 5 7i tl -( 3 .tt 6 OS t-H M n X CRAIG & BARTLETT, (SUCCESSORS TO TARWATER & AMBROSE.) Jlnnuincturerx nutl Dealers iu Lumber, Sash, Blinds, Doors, SCROLL WORK, MOULDINGS, &c. &c. McGIIEE STREET, Knoxville, Tennessee. red. ntFhort notice, to male all kinds They flre nUn prena no?3. and at Trices that defy competition. j.i,m SatiMn guaranteed in all ca.es. For further part.culars calonor J Knoxrille. Tenn Itoohs and EAST TENNESSEE BOOK HOUSE. O Williams, Sturges & WHOLESALE AND KETA1L BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS. DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AND MUSICAL MERCHANDISE, To Merchants we Offer Special Inducements. aug 9 - O. B. SMITH &a...

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. — 2 May 1872

JTantr For Rent For SaltBoarding Lost Found will be inserted in this column at 23 Cents each t tertion, not exceeding Jive lines; over five lines 3 Cent or each additional line will It charged. ' ' '' THE DAILY CHROKjOLg. THURSDAY MOllNIXG, MAY 2, 1872. CEE05ICLE OFFICE 19 MAEKET PLACE. The largest Cirrnlnl Ion of any Dally In Kast Tennessee." - : a ; Do Ton Want C'roqnet ? Go to the E. T. B. U. and select from their splendid assortment. Encouraged. "We understand that a comrriercial and trad ing eentleman in this city was so much eneour aeelat the advance of hay to $1.U0 per cwt. that he has gone to the Blue Grass regions to buy him a hay farm.- Memphis. Tho tpring races of the Chickasaw Club have tomnenced. . , A child three years old w raa. over bj a street-car on Monday and killed. . There are three hundred men in Memphis now interested in cock lighting. Sociable. There will be a sociable at the residence of t it Vnrd tins eveninsr. to wnicn ins friends are cordially invited tto...

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. — 3 May 1872

1 I ! I M VOL. II. KNOXVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 3, 1872. NO. 309. iff I I LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. -o- FOREIGN ITCH'S B: THE CABLE. -o- Miscellaneous and .V&hiiislon Sews. -- CINC1NNAH. Greeley I)rnniin rl In Opei convention. Da Is kiiiI Greeley Mock Advancing. Pennsylvania Sold Out tonavH. special i the Daily Chronicle. , "Washington, May 2. KMTons Chronicle: Special advtcs from Cincinujiii 13- there was a rich scene vhen the Convention organized. Twenty-seven members ,.f the Xv York delegation denounced Grec- l.'v in open Convention and claimed represen tation. A trade was made to-day to tran-fer Penn sylvania to Davis to beat Adams, and it was thought tlie contest would narrow down to these two. If Davis is nominated, the Conven tion must go to pieces. At three o'clock it seemed possible that a nomination would be made to-night, but subse quently it was decided to MAKE 11. ATFOUM HE TORE NOMINATION, and the latest advices here indicate that it will not bo till to-morrow....

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 3 May 1872

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. RULE fc KICKS, Proprietors. FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 3, 1872. THE LARGEST CIRCULATION Of Any Daily Published in East Tennessee. OF TIIE DAY. Theru were live hundred men at the Cincin nati jratherintr, ori lrc; railroad tickets received from Judge Davis' office. Judge Marshall and Mr. Crehs, two leading Democratic Congressmen from Illinois, are at Cincinnati. August Belmont, the "snipe shooter," has re turned to New York, having bagged his game ia Cincinnati. Oar Memphis friends are enjoj-ing themselves and showing their refinement and civilization by witnessing cock-tights. The Cincinnatians are enjoying a different kindjpf show. m ' No man who Las appreciated the charac ter, talent and public services of Judge Chase, will fail to regret the appearance of his letter as published in our dispatches to day. Occupj'ing the dignified position he does, the highest judicial office in the Na tion, it is a sad spectacle to see him des cending to the business of office seeking...

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

Dry Goods, Stores and Tinware. New Tin and Stove House. Railroads. b H S s 2 P 2 5 BLUE MOUNTAIN -VIA- ROUTE 1872. SPRING. 1812. General Merchandise. Selma, Eome &DaltonK.B. AND ITS CONNECTIONS, COWAN, M' CLUNG & CO. 3 S3 IS THE H. C. HAWKINS. J. K. BUTT. HAWKINS & BUTT, NO. 110 GAY STREET, Knoxville Tennessee. yilOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN Stoves, Grates, Pumps, WOODEN "WARE, HOLLOW "WARE, And House Furnishing Goods. Manufacturers of Tin, Copper and Sheet-Iron Ware, Galvanized Iron Cornice and Window Caps. Special attention given to Job "Work, Euch as TIN ROOFING, GUTTERING, Ac. 5ani.lST2 The greatest wonder of the age is the unbounded suc cess and unparalleled popularity of the FASHION STOVE. HI w W M 3 Shortest and Most Comfortable PASSENGER ROUTE TO wiiolesali: ii3AX-i3is IN ft 3 o 03 iWXTGOMERY. MOBILE, PEXSACOLA. JS'EW OHLEASS, SELMA. MERIDIAN. V1CKSBURG, MONROE, s 0 W o 5 3 KNOXVILLE, jlaVi- their Four Story and Easement Warehouse, eighty feet front byone.hun I...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 3 May 1872

Wan For Rent For Sale Boarding Lott Found will be inserted in thi column at 25 Cents each tn tertion, not exceeding five line; over five lines 5 Cents or each Additional line will be charged. THE DAILY CHRONICLE. FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 3, 1872. CHBONICLE OFFICE 19 MABKET PLACE. The Largest Circulation in East Tennessee. of any Daily MAILT METEOROLOGICAL. IlEF i)BT. Signal Service, V. S. Army. Kxoxvillk. Tex.. May 2. 1872. U 9 ' Sl 3 o 8hI 7 1. M. 30.15 2 P. If . 30.03 4 P. M. 30.05 S o a H c. Pi -if s--'S.'j3! a a c c a H'O t ft 5 Is 54 51c N.W. 5 61' 49" N.W. 12 49 SW. 12 Cloudy. Lt.Kain. o.go ; v3tf Ira Lovelace. Market Square. Hill, 1 pjjjThos O'Uonner, 1 ye Rogers W A WkB From Cincinnati. A private letter of tho 30th ult., from a gen tleman in Cincinnati to a friend in Knoxville remarks c ' I he citv is lull ot dmautscd Democrats, en deavoring to devise some "cat-in-the meal-tub" plan by which to attack the Republican party in the rear. "I hope and predict for them a disgraceful fu...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 4 May 1872

1 I; IE "7. " "T . w2. ...... 5 ' 1 ! - - r -i I i! HI :! VOI . II. KNOXVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 4, 1872. NO. 310. 4 : 'fv !i Yii Tti uf y iii rt i !!! 1 ( : SPECIAL DISPATCHES. CINCINNATI ! Brown and Schurz Fall Out ! ! c , GREELEY AXD GRATZ BR01VN BUY LG TP TUE CONVENTION. How the dominations arc Rececired. DEMOCRATS CERTAIN TO JIAKK A ' . ACVMIXiLTIOX. What Trumbull Says of the Xomfoation. Ci'rnnt's Friends Happy nnd Confident. Washixutok, 3f ay 3. Special to the Dallj- Chronicle. Messrs. Editors : The following has just been received here : Cincinnati, May 3, 10.30 a, m. A combi nation is forming on Greeley and Gratz Brown, backed by Frank Blair and Brown himself. Both arc here. The Convention opens with turbulent pros pects over the tariff resolution, which satisfies nobody. Many of the delegates are leaving for their home3indi.-gut. Nominations will be made to-day or the Con vention will "bust." 10.35 a.m. Schurz proposes a combination on Trumbull and Greeley, which...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 4 May 1872

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. RULE & RICKS, Proprietors. SATURDAY MOBNING, MAY 4, 1872. THE LARGEST CIRCULATION Of Any Daily Published in East Tennessee. THE CIS CIHNATI.KOMIHEES. n i The Cincinnati Convention has made its declaration of principles and put forth its ticket? All open row was avoided by concessions in the platform that strip it ofall force, and by such consummate trick ery in the nominations as make them weak. - Greeley fairly nominated would have given the' ticket character and strength, but put before the people by the plots of Frank Blair and Reuben Fenton, he is any thing but formidable, We propose in thi, as on all questions, to ,speak Lonesuy. ana iraniuy. jiorace Greetey is, perhaps, the best known man in America, lie is the 'editor and founder of the best known journal in America. He is an active, aggressive, man who has many warm friends and many bitter enemies.. He has too much of a record to be a strong candidate before the people. His nomination will be enthusi...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 4 May 1872

General Merchandise. 1872. SPR COWAN, M' CLUNG & CO. WIIOLBSALK KNOXVILLE, l" J. .. )-- Have tliiir Four Story imd Basement Warehouse, eighty feet front by;one;iiun drffl an'l sixty-seven. feet deep, stocked with ' FRESH SPRING GOODS, o vVhich tliey invite the attention of Merchant?. Sasli and O e or ZD c 3 o c C 3 w 53 r3 w I' c c M M l- 6 GC c r1 3 m r GO N w GC a CRAIG & BART LETT, (SUCCESSORS TO TARAVATER k AMBROSE.) 3InnufaotiircrH and Dealers in Lumber, Sash, Blinds, Doors, SCROLL WORK, MOULDINGS, &c &c. McGIIEE STKEET, Knosville, Tennessee. They are also rrenarcd. at short notice, to make all kinds of work usnallj connected with this branch of busi ness, and at prices that defy competition. , . . , , ; Satiation guaranteed in all ca, e3. 1 or further rarticula cq I: B ARTLETT. KnoxrUI.. Tenn Hooks and EAST TENNESSEE BOOK HOUSE. o Williams, Sturges & Co., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS. DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AND MUSICA...

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

WanteFor Rent For SakBoardinoLoet Found ttiU he inserted inthi column at 25 Cents each in teriion,noi exceeding fine line; over five line 5 ! or each additional line will be charged, THE D'A I L G II RON I PL SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 4, 1872, - CHBONICLE 0rriCE-19 MARKET PIACE The XarjreTt : Circulation of any Pally lu Ent Tennessee. Bankers Wallets. Extra large size, Scrap Book, India Kubler Goods, &c, just received at the i. 1. U- Fresb Fish. . I will have 1,000 pounds of the finest Red Horse fish ever brought to this market attne Market House this morning. Aitik. Xomlnatlonl-ttade. The country is safe! Those Leauti Jul chro at Schleier's arc going fast, a.fthey are sold so cheap. For Kale or Exchange. A Hindi House and Lot in Loudon, cheap for cash or exchange forKnoxville property, hn juire at this office. .' t iv3-4jt. ' ; , ; ...j. More Wall Paper. The K. T. B H. has received another lot of beautiful Wall Taper. Look at Silks, Grenadines, Linen?, all kinds of "White Goods, Ca...

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. — 6 May 1872

i I VOL. II. KNOXVILLE, TENN., SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 6, 1872. NO. 311. 4-' LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. REIGN NEWS BY THE GABLE. o- -o- Miscellancous and Washington flews. HOME NEWS. A'ATIOXAI, UBEKAL COMMITTEE. The Irish for Grerley mid Liberty. CixcixxATr, May 4.-Tho following tele. "ram frosn Greeley as received here after he had been informed of his nomination : Sew York, May 3. To Whit da Rcid : Please tender my grateful acknowledgments In the Convention for the generous confidence fhpv have shown me and assure them 1 shall endeavor to deserve it. Horace Greeley. The address of the National Council Com mittee of the Irish-American League concludes by suggesting the immediato organization of Greeley Clubs or Leagues in every town and hamlet, in every ward, citj- and county, and that efficient State Committee? be appointed for the more general direction of and co-operation in the good work, then organize, and let uur watchword be Greeley and victory. Sign ed on behalf of the Committee by J...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 6 May 1872

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. RULE & RICKS, Proprietors. SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 6, 1872. THE LARGEST CIRCULATION Of Any Daily Published in East Tennessee. OHIO ABANDONS CREELEY. c give in our press dispatches of this morning highly exciting news from Cin cinnati. The Ohio delegation at the Cin cinnati Convention, embracing the brains of the whole Liberal movement, are in- tensely disgusted and practically abandon (trceIey."Vecommend to disinterested read ers the speech of JudgcBumett.the law part ner of Gov. Cox. He doubtless reflects the : views of the ex-Secretary of the Interior. What lie say5 of Greeley and his New York associates is good reading for Liber als and Reformers. This Ohio rebellion is significant, and indicates how the great mass of the honest Liberals will act. Judge lir inkeiholf, Judge Hoadly and Judge Burnett were among the first to es pouse the movement. Judge Matthews 'was the temporary chairman of the Con vention. Ohio, after this, will hardly be claimed for Greeley ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 6 May 1872

General Merchandise. 18752. SPRING. COWAN, M' CLUNG & CO. AVIIOLCSALK KNOXVILLE, Have llicir Four Story uud liascment Warehouse, eighty feet frout l.y.one;huu ilred fi'I istyseveu fett deep, stocked with FRESH SPRING GOODS, o which they invite the attention of Merchants. Sasli and K o -H h-4 W r tr s g E 9 o - C f k k: o o H f A H H VH h H K Z 02 SJ - F w f w OQ : o 54 "5 k C a. -I N o CRAIG fc BARTLETT, (SUCCESSORS TO TARWATER k AMBROSE.) Manufacturers mul Dealers iu Lumber, Sash, Blinds, Boons, SCROLL WORIi, MOULMXGS, &c.. '&c. 3XcOII13E STREET, Knoxville, Tennessee. They arc also prennred. at short notice, to make all kinds of work usually connected with this branch of busi er, and at prices that defy competition. , . dWly n guarantced iQ a11 CaSe3' Fr furthCr reticulars c Qjq A: BARTLETT. Knoxville. Tcnn IJoOKs and EAST TENNESSEEB00K HOUSE. Williams, Sturges & Co., WHOLESALE AND KETA1L BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS. DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AND MU...

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. — 6 May 1872

Want For Rent For Salt Boarding Lost Found vill be mterted in thit column at 23 Cents each i tertion, not exceeding jive linetf over five line 5 Cents or each Additional line ivill he charged. THE DAILY CHRONICLE. SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 6, 1872. CHKOKICLE OFFICE-19 MARKET PLACE. The Larjcet Circulation In East Tennessee. of Buy Dally DAILY METEOROLOGICAL. KEl'JRT. Signal Service, l S. Army. Knoxville. Tksx.. May 4. 1872. a o t. ts 5 2 !Z2i-rtj3!c-c ' 5 5 u Ci c - O c 1 , or-" H I 7 A. X, 2 p. M. 4 p. m. 52 ; 73"' To-; 40' w. N.E. 4 8 10 Clear. Fair. 30.10 30.1G 55'- N.E. 0.0", Kellfflous Notices. CHRISTIAN CHURCH. There will bo preaching at the Yellow Church. North Knox ville, at 10 a. m. to-day hy Rev. G. Ran dolph. All are invited to attend. FIRST BAPTIST. There will be Divine services in this church at the usual hours. 10J a. M. and 7:4-3 r. M., by the pastor, Rev. J. L. Lloyd. The public are cordially invited. The administration of the Lord's Supper will take place at the close of ...

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. — 7 May 1872

r V- 1 ! KNOXVILLE, TENN., TUESDAY. MORNING, MAY 7,11872. NO. 312. VOL. II. ft if l i li f U H I 11 1 "V y V LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. KO REIGN NEWS BY THE CABLE. o- Hiscellaneons and Washington News. -o- HOME NEWS. CiREAT 1'IltE IS 3fEW TORK AT 1B lO'S. I.n!or reform i-7Denounceii Greeley. Vti vnta. May 6. The arrangements have b Jen completed to entertain the Georgia Press Convention on the 8th of May. Editors and their families will le entertained hy the citi zens lit the Kimball House. Tallahassee, May 6. Governor Head has een acquitted and resumes the Governorship. Charleston, May C. The Conservative jirc-s of the State heartily endorse the Cincin nati ticket aud platform as eminently accepta ble to the South. New York, May (i. Senator Trumbull has addressed the following to Greeley: T Jfijrace Greeley : Allow me to congratulate you on being select ed to lead the movement which by the will of the people and God's blessing is to reform and purifv the government. Signed, Lymax Trumbul...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 7 May 1872

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. RULE & KICKS, Proprietors, TUESDAY 3I0KNING, MAY 7, 1872. THE LARGEST CIRC1JLATIOX Of Any Daily Published in East Tennessee. An exchange suggests that after the No vember election, Horace Greeley will be enabled to tell what he knows about a "big beet." Ex-Govekxok Fletcher, of Vermont, discards the Cincinnati movement and says "I think I have never been accused of riding two horses at once when they were headed in different directions." The Shelby county Democracy are the first to speak on the Greeley Barter Brown ticket. In their County Convention last iSaturday a resolution was introduced in structing their delegates to Nashville to oppose nominating an electoral ticket. This was considered a tacit endorsement of the Dolly Varden ticket, and was prompt ly tabled. One delegate said "the Democ racy was down, now, but its day would come and that soon." The zeal of the Press and Herald for Greeley is so great that it suppresses dis patches giving news of the ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 7 May 1872

General Merchandise. Stoves and Tinware Railroads. b Si Co BLUE MOUNTAIN ROUTE - VIA Selma, Eome &DaltonB.E. AND ITS CONNECTIONS, The greatest wonder of the age is the unbounded suc cess and unparalleled popularity of the FASHION STOVE. 1872. 1872. SPBIN G. Si t Wj O 2 D 8 Sj U P S b" y 3 s o COWAN, M' CLUNG & CO. mmmm IS THK o h5 (a) Shortest and Most Comfortable PASSENGER ROUTE Si S s 3 o TO J MONTGOMERY. MOBILE. PEySACOLA. A'EW OX LEAS?, SELMA, MERIDIAN. YJCKSH VRG, MONROE. n 11 Dry Goods, -- - u. .fir ( !..if t -jr. . : 0 v; o I) 1111 KNOXVILLE, ,.. ,i,t.ir Four Slory and liaseinent Warehouse, eighty ftrt frout by.ouelhuu mi'I sixfy-seveu feet deep, stocked with FEESH SPRING GOODS, Inch they invite the attention of Merchants. n V KsiKh. and 25 O r w k; r ft K CO 2 1-3 S t-i b 5S Eg c i-i ! .K 6 31 k. . co CO CRAIG & BARTLETT, (SUCCESSORS TO TAIUVATER k AMBROSE.) 3Ianuluctuxers nnl Donlers iu Lumber, Sash, Blinds, Doors, SCROLL WORK, MOULDINGS,. &c. &c. 3IcGII...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 7 May 1872

yrnnttFor Rent For Sale Boarding Lont Found will be inserted in this column at 23 Cents each in sertion, not exceeding five lineif over five linei 5 Cents or each Additional line will be charged. THE DAILY CHRONICLE. TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 7, 187 CHRONICLE OFFICE 19 KAEKET PLACE. The Largest Circulation of any Daily In East Tennessee. Aew Books ! Sew Books ! ! The E. T. B. II. is still receiving latest Novels and other Books. . The First. Dr. G. lv. Brandeau placed the Chronicle office under obligations yesterday for a speci men of his delicious early strawberries, raised on his place near the city. Somehow the Doc tor always manages to have the first fruits and vegetable' of the season and also the best. V o presume it is because of his partiality to the printer. Arrival of Freights. EAST TENNESSEE, VIRGINIA AND GEORGIA RAIL ROAD. Pran f Pinner Co.. 1 ukes: HealJ k Locke. 2 Pkgs Rule k Ricks. 1 pk:,L-Jp sheP B. Francisco. 4 pkgs: R ;MeEwen.l t- r.. i t.w..- W. W. Woodruff Sheimrd. pk...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 8 May 1872

i i n Mmmmtmm . . . i i : I t : iff M : 4 " f i VOL. III. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY S, 187'2. NO. 1. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. ?nnEiG Eirs rt TIN? fABLEi o HUmUanoniis and MashiDjIOIl IVeWS. 'IK'l VIIUHVVruo " ' " o HOME NEWS. THE iniSH FOIt CiREKLEY. Vnrrrtt Pvl riedjfe J'eiitiirky. Aliunv, 3I.iy 7. The Pneumatic Railroad bill has Lri-n vetoed. vnv York, May . The Irtsh Democrat, the Irish People and the Irish Citizen, Demo cratic ccklie;,publi-h article; supporting Greo- Joy and Brown. Greeley has received congratulatory dispatch es from Chief Justice Chase, Garrett Davis, Leslie Combs, John D. Dcfrees, and Richard Miehaelis, editor of the Chicago Press. Combs and Davis say that the Kcntuckians will rally to the standard of the life-long tup- porter of Henry Clay. Geouoktowx, D. C, May 7. Judge John Dunlaj) is dead. Milwaukee, May 7. Great excitement pre vail among the steamboat men to-day, on ac count of lh or boats of nearly all the lines have been stopped by the Unite...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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