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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 8 May 1872

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. BL'EE fc KICKS, Proprietors. WEDNESDAY MOUSING, 31 AY 8, 1ST2. THE Ij.VItGEST CIRCULATION Of Any Daily Published in East Tenxessee. They say Greeley's turnips raised ou his farm have cot him a dollar apiece. The way he came to the top at Cincinati ought to enable him to write to great prof it, a chapter or two, ou "turn-ups." . The Cincinnati Convention threw Ad ams and reform overboard to catch the Irili vote. It nominated Greeley and Brown through intrigue, and has driven off the Germans. So it always will be with trimmers and hypocrites. - It is rumored that Greeley proposes to sell his stock and resign his position on the Tribune. He can hardly reconcile his position as an editor and candidate. His well-known disposition to "slop-over" would be somewhat obviated by such a course. He has already been interviewed and got into trouble with an editorial brother, Howies, of the Springfield Pe juiOliroii. - As will be seen from our Kast Tennessee correspondence, t...

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. — 8 May 1872

General merchandise. 1872. SPRING. COWAN, M' CLUNG & CO. WIIOLEyALl KNOXVILLE, ljip Have tlifir Four Story ami Basement Warehou.se, eighty feet front ly oiie.hum (liel 'H sixty-seven feet deep, stocked -with FRESH SPRING- GOODS, which thev invite the attention of Merchants Sa Nil and 55 o r Z. h H t- 3 6 c o e v.. CRAIG & BARTIETT, (SUCCESSORS TO TARAVATKR & AMBROSE.) 31aiiiilactnroi4 and Dealers in Lumber, Sash, Blinds, Doors, SCROLL WORK, MOULMXGS, &c. &c. McGIIEE STKEET, Knoxville, Tennessee. They are also prer.ared, at short notice, to make all kind? of work usually connected with thin branch of busi i e;s. and at j'rice. that defy competition. Satisfaction guaranteed in all cases. For further particulars c;ill on or address dly2'Mly CRAIG k BARTLETT. Knoxville. Tenn Hooks and EAST TENNESSEE -0- Williams, Sturses & Co., WHOLESALE AND DETAIL BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS. DEALERS IX ALL KINDS OP MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AND MUSICAL MERCHANDISE. To Merchants we Off...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 8 May 1872

Wants For Rent For Sah Boarding Lost Found will be inserted in this column at 23 Cents each tn tertion, not exceeding five lines; over five line 5 Cents or each additional line will be charged. THEJDAILY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY 011X1X01 AY 8, 1872. CHEOHICLE OFFICE-19 MARKET PLACE. The tartest Circulation In Kat Tennessee. of any Daily Married. On last evening at the residence of bride's father, Mr. Wm. Trench and Miss M. h. Cru tlie Market upward of Personal. llcv. J. A. Hyden, of Athens, called upon us yesterday. Mr. Ilyden has recently been en gaged in holding an interesting series of meet ings at Wevelanu, vvnicn resuitea in quite a number of conversions and nineteen additions to the M. E. Church. A number of persons also ioined the Cumberland Presbyterian and other churches. He was assisted in the meeting hy Presbyterian, Cumberland Presby terian, "Baptist and Southern Methodist minis ters, all o: whom worked witn a zeal ana in such hannon-as Jo prove refreshing to the church gene...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 9 May 1872

(k r. Mil ft ' KNOXVILLE, TENN., THURSDAY MORNING, MAY D, 187'J. VOL. III. NO. 2. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. K0REIG NEWS BY THE TABLE, tllscfllancous andVas&ington News. HOME NEWS. THE STOKI'S JirBDER 'ARE. Mlied Sc1hhI tn Ohl, Af. . Nrw York, 8-Edward Picrpont will defend Stoke?, who is despondent over Lis be- in- abandoned by counsel At the Annual Conference of the New York V-ociation of Universalists u report was read -liovinT the Church to be in a flounshirisr, con .liti". JwlZ'i Pierrepont decline (JcA nce of Stokes. to undertnko the In the Methodist General Conference to-day ihe Bishop quadrennial message was read. It directs special attention to the subject of dls trict conference and chums that two sessions a year are insufficient. The church was congrat ulated on the increased usefulness of theological institutions and recommend appropriate de nominational programme for celebrating the centennial of American Independence. The address of the fraternal sreetin? read from the Br...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 9 May 1872

; THE DAILY CHRONICLE. BULE fc RICKS, Proprietors. THURSDAY MOUSING, MAY 0, 1872. THE LARGEST CIRCULATION Of Any Daily Published in Ea6t Tennessee. Gov. Palmer, of Illinois, testified his a Imitation of the Cincinnati ticket, by firing a salute of one hundred guns at the expense of the tax payers. This was a "reform'' measure. Tjik Louisiana delegation to Cincinnati, led by (he great "reformer" Warmoth, left Cincinnati with an outfit of white hats, thereby showing their enthusiasm for Greeley. The Atlanta Sun, Alex. 31. .Stephens' paper, says that Greeley has been a "pro tectionist" all his life, and now he is sorely in need of protection from "the slings and arrows of outrageous fortunes" that are certain to work his overthrow. Now that Horace Greeley proves ac ceptable to a portion of the Democracy, as a Presidential candidate, we should not be surprised to hear of Gen. Forrest, "Wade Hampton and Jubal Early heading a subscription for the erection of a monu ment to the memory of J...

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

Dry Goods. THE DAILY CHRONICLE. Stores and Tinware. Itallroadi. b SI The greatest wonder of the age is th unbounded suc cess and unparalleled popularity of the FASHION STOVE. BLUE MOUNTAIN ROUTE - VIA - Selma, Eome &Balton S.R. AND ITS CONNECTIONS, TERMS OF DAILY PAPER. 1872. SPRING. 1872. Per month, by carrier or by mail,. Per year, by mail. .$ 75 . 8.00 WEEKY PAPER. COWAN, M' CLUNG & CO. 2 Per year Clubs of Twenty, tr over, per copy.. .. 1 5(1 13 THE RATES OF ADVERTISING. Shortest and Most Comfortable PASSENGER ROUTE Ten lines, solid Nonpareil, to constitute a square. One Square, each insertion tl 00 Special rates on application for advertisements by the year or month. Local Notices ttn cents per line each insertion. City Notices five cents per line each insertion. All advertisemtnts due after first insertion. Yearly advertisements payable quarterlr. All other advertisements payable on demand alter first in sertion. WIIOLESALK DEALERS IIV 3 8 o General Merchandise. TO . SE...

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

TTanfs For RentFor Safe Boarding Lost Found ici'l le inserted in. this column at 25 Cents each in sertion, not exceeding five lines; ovcrfice lines 5 Cents or each additional line tcill be cliarged. THE DAILY C1IR0N10LE. THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 9, 187-L CHSOKICLE OFFICE-19 MARKET PLACE. The L,rsest Circulation of any Daily In Kawt Tennessee. UAII.T MEItOKOLOGH AL REF JKT. ilSnnl Service, V. S. Army. Knoxville. Tknx., May 8. 1872. at? I. X C C! T- J"" ? o H 5- t ;8 c c ( or1 k ! i 1 Ji.M. :5'.2o ! 5S1 Go'' N.I'. ( 2r. m. o'J.ll S-7 Oir S. 8 j 4 r. k. j oO.OS SI1- 04" (W. i 0. Clouly. i iFair. ( Hazy. WEATHER REPORT. v'i Dip't. Office Chief Signal Offickk 'Washington. D. C. May S. (7:30. p. if..) 1872. Probabilities : Vniiitv barometer, cloudy weather and rain will pre vail on TnursJay from the Ohio Valley northward o er t ic lakes and prooaoiy extcna er.ttwara OTer me northern portion of the Middle States with southerly witnis. Increasing cloudiness and easterly to southerly winds are ...

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

; 5 , t ii vV-V. V MM i Hi I vl r - - jljl : ,4IWl VOL. III. KNOXVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 10, 1872. NO. 3. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. fOUEIGX NEWS BY THE CABLE. o- .iliscellaneous and Washington Xews. HOMENEWS. nr.noniATs awaiting eykxts. Hciidrlek not Committed to the Uncln iint I I'onventlon. Chica(.u, May 9. At the meeting of the Democrnticc Editors, representing eighteen journals it was resolved to await the action of the Democratic Convention, when, if the Cincin nati nominees were endorsed, they will receive the hearty support of the Democratic press of Illinois. Ispi AXArous, May 9. It is authoritatively o- announced that Hendricks will not be commit ted to Cincinnati and will ho governed by the IJnltimorc Convention. New York, May 'J. In the Executive Com mittee the motion to indefinitely postpone the National Democratic Convention was lost Baltimore was selected as the place for holding the meeting by a voto of :J to 1. Cincinnati, St. Louis and Louisville were the conte...

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

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. fc KICKS, Proprietors. FKIDAY XOKXIXG, MAY 10, 1872. THE LARGEST CIRCUXATIOX 01 Any Daily Published in East Tennessee. It has transpired that George Alfred Townsend, M ho is temporarily residing at Washington, but who is a citizen of nowhere in particular, represented "Little Delaware" in the Cincinnati Convention without any authority from any one. The Union and American evidently does not reeoguize the Liberal movement in Tennessee as a very huge atliiir. Speaking of the address .signed by Fowler and oth ers, it says : V?e think "the Liber:;! Republican party' of Tennessee may of their Executive Committee, which published itsad-Jress in tho city papers yesterday morning, w-ll say: Fowler, East, i'iirmore, Ituhni and Thurston we know, but who are those others ? - - Oxk of the planks in the platform of the coming Democratic convention which is to endorse Horace Greeley, will be a reso lution endorsing the late Thaddeus Ste vens, a gentleman of liberal national v...

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

1872. General Merchandise. SPRING. 1872. COWAN, M' CLUNG & CO. WIIOLKSALK DEALERS TTX Dry Goods, mm 1 I OTP IflUlI IU1 KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE ll..ve tJ.rir Four Story and Basement Warehouse, eighty feet front by.oueyiun-,h-eI an! fixty-seveu feet deep, stocked with FRESH SPRING GOODS, o which they invite the attention of Merchants. nilO Sash and BllndS. a x ft re I ' 55 r C 5S H F O a. O K O H t- H o f 1-4 N K m t g 54 an H P3 M A H M hgt l-S - H " QQ H b F K tJ F W 02 iF H M t-H sj w o o a o o S3 w M wW O co o o S3 oc 2s 3- S 35 O O e r ft d o d S B 3 C fc5 CRAIG & BARTLETT, (SUCCESSORS TO TARWATER & AMBROSE.) Slauu.liictu.rer and Dealers iu Lumber, Sash, Blinds, Books, SCROLL WORK, MOULDIKGS, &c. &c. 3IcGIIKE STREET, Knoxville, Tennessee. They are also ..reared, at.hort Botke. to make all kinds of Trork usually connected with this branch of bui- a n'ySaXKallcS For further Particulars cnMonorjddr Books and Stationery. KnoiTille. Tenn EAST TENNESSEE BOOK O Williams...

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

Wants For Rent For Sale Boarding Lost Found will le intcrted in tliit column at 23 Cents each in eertion, not exceeding five lines; over five line 5 Cents or each additional line icill be charged. THE DAILY CHRONICLE FRIDAY JlORXIXG, MAY 10, 1872. CHEOXICLE OFFICE 19 XABKET PLACE. The Largest Circulation of any Daily in i:ast Tennessee. Wall l'ancr. The largest, handsomest and cheapest stock in East Tumi, may he found at the E. T. U. H. Something 't. The Dolly Yarden Cards printed at the Cn Ko"U Li; office. Call and see them. IteluriKMl. Mr. A. J. Albers and his bride returned to this city, yesterday, from a trip .Northern Mates. through the Public Jocunieul. We are indebted to lion. Fernando Wood for a copy ..f his late speech on the lanrl ques tion. For Sale. Two small frame dwellings, beautifully lo cated in the northwest part of the city. Terms reasonable. Apply to J. 1. JM'KAGUK, Jk., r. o. Kox-joi. - - Personal. Mr. AV. I. Heed, of the Kingston Kant Ttn H:scian. one of the bes...

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

: " "7 " . . v-.V- N M ! V 4 '..y, ' ' KNOXVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 11, 187. VOL. III. NO. 4. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. FOHMGX NEWS BY THE CABLE. o- ;jisccllaneous and Washington Sews. HOME NEWS. WINIXG AM) THE GEOICUIA PRESS. EongMInvr in the IleW. Botov 3Iav lO.-The coopers uro prepar ing to strike lor three dollars per day. The movement U supposed to be engineered by the Internationalists. Lkxi.vgtox, May 10. Longfellow is said to be in splendid condition, and will contest the ji!e and h half dash on "Wednesday, and the the three mile dash on the hist day of the fair. Albasy, May 10. The Apportionment bill passed over the Governors veto. New York, Hay 10. Kobert tfmith, the uklest American merchant in the "Wet Indies, is dead. Fires are raginjr in Unster and Sullivan :ountics. Auovsta, Ga., May O.-The stockholders of the Georgia Railroad have voted to remand tho question of the endorsement of one mil lion londs of the Tort Royal Railroad to the Board f Directors. There bein...

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. — 11 May 1872

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. JiULE A RICKS, Proprietors. SATUKDAY MOUSING, MAY 11, 1872. THE LARGEST CIRCEXATIOX Of Any Daily Published in East Tennessee. Tin: Philadelphia Press thinks another Liberal Republican Convention among the possibilities. It says : If called it vill be wholly a free tradn gath ering, at which representative from Pennsyl vania will not be admitted. "Wo fchould like to mh' it held. Its ticket would poll a vote so sur prisingly small that it would make the thor oughly' honest and gentlemanly- free traders who originally imagined that they possessed nil the brains of Kcpublicanism, and afterward be lieved that they possessed all the talent of Lib eralism, ashamed of their noise. Tin; Liberal Republican ratiiicalion meeting at Nashville on Wednesday night, was a small ail'air. A special dis patch to the Memphis Appa? says : The Greeley and Drown ratification meeting to-night was, dimly attended, only about seven ty persons being present. Ex-Governor Foote called the me...

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. — 11 May 1872

Dry Goods. THE DAILY CHRONICLE. Stores and Tinware. The greatest wonder of the age is the unbounded suc cess and unparalleled popularity of the FASHION STOVE. General Merchandise. v -vvyv rsrs ss 'A BLUE MOUNTAIN ROUTE - VIA - Selma, Konie &Balton E.E. AND ITS CONNECTIONS, b & 3 s 1872. TERMS OF DAILY PAPER. SPRING. 1872. Per month, by carrier or by mail, .. .. $ 75 rer year, by mail, - 8.00 WEKKT PAPER. COWAN, M' CLUNG & CO. Per year Clubs of Twenty, or over, per copy , KATES OF ADVERTISING. X u p ...f'2 00 ... 1 50 JhDST, 13 THE P 3 Shortest and Most Comfortable PASSENGER ROUTE i .1 5 Ten lines, solid Nonpareil, to constitute a square. One Square, each insertion ?1 03 t1 Special rates on application for advertisements ft . i,Kr.vi III ; s ?' S: i.v 10 . by the year or month. Local Notices ten ccnt3 per line each insertion. .i-. . f t 1. : - : MOXTtlOMEHY, SELMA. MEi.nrAir. YJCKSHVRG. M02MOE, MO HILL, v 1 1 y notices re cents per line nru mtn uuu. All advertisements due...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 11 May 1872

Wants For Rent For Sale Boarding Lost Found icill he inserted in this column at 25 Cent each in sertion, not exceeding Jive lines; over five lines Cents or each additional line rcill be charged. THE DAILY CMOXIOLE. SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 11, 1872. CHEOXICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET PLACE. The Largest Clrenlation in East Tennessee. of ny Daily iiajs.y TCtrrr.ouftl.Otilt'Al' JIEl'KT Signal Serviee, V. S. Army. Knoxville. Tf.xx.. May 10. 187 ;3 - o 6 c-3 . t ;-, s , 3-3 C u c o H .Smoky. I A. X. :;i.it of i I I Hazy. r. v.- i IV ! 0l: s.av, 4 r. it. Cf S.AV. 0.5 WE.1TIIEK iCEPOUT. AVar Dep't. Office Chief signal Ofi-icur Washington. D. C. May 1. I'-"- Probabilities : Thclowr-t !.;irnmotT vcr Northern Missouri will move northeastwardly over lower Michigan into Canada with brisk and possibly very brisk winds, shifting to northwesterly over L ike xiicnigm to nigut, tmteoutn-M.-irrK-nvprtlic lower la kes. veering to westerly on Saturdav. Cloudy weather and rain from the Ohio ValW'v northward an I e...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 12 May 1872

; ( . 4 M M t VOL. III. KNOXVILLE, TENN., SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 12, 1872. NO. 5. i 1 LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. fOREIGX NEWS BY THE ('ABLE tfisccllaneons and Washington News. HOME NEWS. WT(inR TERRITORY FOR UKAXT. Shot lv I5iirK!r-IclrnolIv llre-W. nidi Kljfht Convention, Ac. Rawlins, "Wyoming Territor3',May 11. The convention here instructed the delegates to the riiiladclj'liia Convention to vote for Grant. New York, May 11. The Radical Reform ers aJojtcd a wonderful constitution, Jlrs. AVoodhull spoke, and prophesied that from t h f Convention would issue power that would .-hape the world. Mrs. "Woodhull and Fred Douglas? were then nominated for President and Vice Presi dent amid great confusion. A delegate nomi nated "Spotted Tail," saying Indians before niggers. Another suggested if Douglass de clines, that a heathen Chinee be nominated in stead. The Convention broke up in an up roar. C. II. Phelps, a jeweler, was fatally shot by Mjrnc burglars whom lie had discovered in his house. Jame...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 12 May 1872

t frcr. pic . sppnt with t THEDAILYCHRONICLE. 111. E RICKS, Proprietors. SUNDAY MOKNIXG, MAY 12, 187i THE LARGEST CIRCULATION Of Any Daily Published in East Tennessee. The Louisville Ledger hoists the names of Hancock ami Kerr, of Indiana, for President and Vice President. Now that our contemporary is so zealous to endorse the man for President, who, above all others, secured the passage of the kuklux law, we should like to know how it will explain its violent and persistent abuse of (Jiant for executing that law. The Xew York Commercial Advertiser pours forth its soul in poetry. (Subject, "The Cincinnati Nomination : Farewell to pastoral case, to rural calm. Chappaqua'a frugal globe and fragrant airs ; Farewdl the hooded cabbage, winter nur d, The early radish and the vernal beet. The Democratic electoral ticket for Ten nessee as far as made out, consists of the following gentlemen : The following District Electors were nomi nated by their Congressional delegations, and were ratifi...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 12 May 1872

General 1872. SPRING. COWAN, M' CLUNG & CO. WIIOLKSALK "1 J. Li. Ui- Li J- KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE. Have flair Four .Story and Uasement AVurohou.-c, eighty feet front bylonehuu (lreit jui'I ixty-.-even feet deep, stocked with FRESH SPUING GOODS, o which they invito the attention of Merchants. Sash and i r-, hr1 V i i " '-' , r. h-, m c e t- C F T 7T 2 E 5 v & H S p 2 O S y CI I (1 '-. r1 " ft d M H b x f w 7J e K C -s i - ST K 54 U W CRAIG & BARTLETT, (SUCCESSORS TO TAllVfATER & AMBROSE.) :VLauiita?tui-Mx unci Dealers in Lumber, Sash, SCROLL WOK It, 3101JLSI.S, &c. &c ti:i : STKEET, Knoxville, Tennessee. They are also prepared, at short notice, to make all kinds of work usually connected with this branch of busi ness, and at prices th;it defy competition. Satisfaction guaranteed in all cases. For further particulars call on or address dly20-dly CRAIG & BARTLETT. Knoxville. Tenn ISooKs and EAST TENNESSEE BOOK -0- Williams, Sturaes WHOLESALE AND DETAIL BOOKSEL...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 12 May 1872

Wan' For Rent For Sale Boarding Lost Found will be inserted in this column at 23 Cents each in icrtion, not exceeding Jive lines; over five Unci 5 Cents I. -7 J. '4.' 17' T I i i or each additional line will be charged, THE DAILY CHROi I OLE. SUNDAY MORNING, 31 AY 12, 1872. CHRONICLE OrFICE-19 MARKET PLACE. The Largest Circulation lu East Tennessee. of nny Daily UAIIT MKTEOKOLOOIC'.VL KEI' .HM" Slgual Service, U. S. Army. Knoxville, Tkxn., May 11. ISTi S 3 t- S O C 2 i c e ait' -3 r a c - a c 1 1 I 7 a. m, 2 r. m, 4 P. M. CI SO' Calm. AV. U lv. 15 Cloudy. ?.'.!'l CO' 0.0 Threat's WEATHER REPORT. ... n c,.-. , n..... VSSiySi'ijie ew - - - Probabilities: Clou 1y weather and, very probably rain will rrevail over tie r.lidulc ana .cit r.ugimiu Clitics io-m;;ni no 1 a-P,l hv risinsr barometer, winds veerinsr t north west rlv and clearkis weather on Sunday. Westerly and northerly winds with generally clear weather over tne Joutncrn CM-aie oil ouimay. nor iicriy wiuui, us ing barometer an ...

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

I w (MM KNOXVILLE, TENN., TUESDAY MORNING, MAY H, 1872. ! I VOL. III. NO. G. LATEST BYJELEGRAPH. foreign xi:hs bt the cable. -o- Jliscellaneous and irashinston News. HOME NEWS. Iclb or Einlsrrnnt on Ilie Oconn. New York, May 12. -The bark Caroline from liermen had seventeen deaths during the jmssnzc out of four hundred and fourtoon. pas scngors, and the bark Gcssner from Bremen, with three hundred and seventy-two passcn--ers, had sixteen deaths. The bris Abbie Clifford, of Stockton, Me., ar rived to-day from rernambuco. Capt. Clifford, mate, Stewart and a seaman died of yellow fever. The Captain's wife and others wore sick, but recovered. After the death of the mate the Captain's wife navigated the bri? and brought her int port .Several bosses have agreed to jhj the carpen ters full prices for eight hours. Buffalo, May 13. The propeller Chicago, from Chicago, lder with flour and gen eral merchandise, was sunk by ice this morn ing about twenty miles from here. The crew were paved. Ov...

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