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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 14 May 1872

THE DAILY CHROXICL vuz.r, it nin;s, irjricor, 'lUKSDAY riOItNING, 31 AY M, 17- tii r.AKGiisT i::tri.ATio? Cf Aay Iaily Fctlished ia East Tennessee. Any :.i,irin citizen or r-mall rural D0111- .v.-ilir r wanting a jrood advertise invnl ran ca -i!y wcinv it now, by writing a r.i!-r;iiui:;lniy letter or pull' to Iora-o ' .'n t l, v. Tin TrUi'it- is publishing col umns tliei'i. it's the cheapest adver that v.'i'ieiy cireulated journal has 1 r i . liardly necessary to i.Y tiiat the luiiior.-? ol'a roMihintUioii to nominate some at r!ii!a.le!))hi:i ii;st;ul of (Jen. (Jratit :..ive 110 !.i aierial f.-undalioii. He is the rh.'i.-e oi" nine-tenths nf the Republican' of Uieoan'.ry, ami unlt- lie refuses to nc eept the nomination will unanimou-ly re--. :ve it, ami v.h:it is better still, be el'.et- A r ti;e 'reeley ami Jlrown ratilieation io rti:i;r at .l. Louis atunlay nijlit "the ;,ii-, i:'-e 01 all the (.Jennans from the meet ing is t lie subject of universal comment.'' Well, the Cincinnati...

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. — 14 May 1872

Ueneral Merchandise. Dry Goods, THE DAILY CHRONICLE. Stoves and Tinware. Railroads. 1672. SPRING. COWAN, M' CLUNG & CO. WIIor.I5SAJL.13 KNOXVILLE, if. 1 ve tln'ir Four Story and Itascment ilrnl anl sixty-seven feet deep, stocked (fl ! 1 JU.U. J-:- wl FRESH SPRING GOODS, o which they invite the attention of Merchants. Sasli and F f 1 w 3 2 ?r & 5 . t-t y tt . Z O K O 65 m1 1 4 c K 02 7: O 25 1 1 t3 F i ' a: t I N CRAIG ifc BASTLETT, (SUCCESSORS TO TAIIWATER & AMBROSE.) IM.tiuiiiiictux'oiv mid Dealers in Lumber, Sash, SCROLL WORK, MOULDINGS, &c. &c. McGIIEE STUEET, Knoxville, Tennessee. They are also prenared, atshort notice, to make all n ess, and at prices that defy competition. Satisfaction guaranteed in all cases. For further particulars call on or address dlyVdly CRAIQ & I3ARTLETT. Knoxville. Tenn UooKh and EAST TENNESSEE BOOK O Williams, Sturges WHOLESALE AND HETAIL BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS. DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF MU1CAL INSTRUMENTS AND To Merchants wo...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 14 May 1872

WanittFor Rent For Sale Boarding Lost Found '-will be inserted in this column at 25 Cents each tn- yrtion, not exceeding five lines; over Jive lines 5 Cents or each additional line will be charged. THE DAILY CHRONICLE. TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 14, 1872. CHEOHICLE OFFICE-19 MAHET PLACE. Tb I,reestcrrculation of any Daily In East Tennessee. for Sale. A xujvrior Cow with Calf. Apply to Dk. Salt ma Biii. Oriental Paper?, Call at ouce&l Jhc E. T. B. II. and eeo these Bciutiful Wall Tapers. Mr ii ted. Several proud miners can lind employment at the Ducktown copper uiiws. Apply - at the o -lice of J. E. Kaht, Superintendent, Cleveland, Tennessee. Todlt Varied. bailie Gentle, the woman who was hurt near McMillan's, on Thursday last, died from the effects of the injuries and was buried on bun day The expenses of the interment sv ere borne by the Kailroad Company. The remains tvere taken south of the river for interment. Farmer!. Convention. We are authorized by Judge O. P. Temple, President ...

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

IS-. 7 fcJ lllfll (f. 1 ;!l MALM I J ly i VOL. III. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 15, 1872. NO. 7. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. FOREIGN NEWS RT TUB CABLE. -o- Jliscrllaneous and Washington News. HOME HEWS. STRIKE OF UBOKEK Tti iinntJbfI RnH-ConnerlltnirolI- llc. . New York, 3lay 14. There were five trots at "Firewood Tark yesterday. Tlie first was won by J Yanklin; three heats best time, 15:00. . 1. - D 1 1 T i Th second was won uy ueiiudone? nve iieais best time, 2:541. The third Avas won by Geo. v 1'attLer; four heats be.t time, 2:o81. The fourth wa won by Starlight; four heats bes time, 2:43. Ths fifth was won by David: two heats best time, 2:V. A letter from Cadiz says Dr. Houard suffered considerably on the voyage from Bevy. He wa? loaded with heavy chain?, but upon the re luest of the American official at Cadiz, they have been removed. The action of Congress relative to his case had not then reached Dr. Houard or the Spanish officials at Cadiz. The annual mooting of the Mus...

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. — 15 May 1872

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. BULE KICKS, Proprietors, "WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 15, 1872. THE LARGEST CIKCUtATIOJf Of Any Daily Publisaed in East Tennessee. The Cincinnati Volksbtatt thinks it sig nificant thai no meeting to ratify the nom inations of Greeley and Brown has yet been held in Cincinnati the city where the great convention was held. It ven tures as a reason that not a prominent English or German speaker, Republican or Democrat, could be found to make a speech on such an occasion. We invite the attention of our readers, especially those interested in farming, to the very interesting article from the Coun try Gentleman from the pen of one of Knox county's best farmers David Lee, which we re-produco on another page. We hope our Farmers' Conventions will be sure to avail themselves of the thoughts of so mature and sensible a mind. The Browu electoral ticket is but half rouverted to Radicalism and can't begin the canvass until after next July, because the Electors don't know now, whic...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 15 May 1872

1872. SPRING. COWAN, M' CLUNG & CO. WHOLESALK KNOXVILLE, Have tlieir Four Story and Basement dred and fixty-teven feet deep, stocked with FRESH SPRING GOODS, w hich they invite the attention of Merchants. S.ish and ft 55- HIM B r r 5 o B ft z o i4 a. 3 s o w H S h T M i t "-r i-i .K o " T1 t-H m t: S3 o I I M O M -3 M F rr. c 5 1 an CRAIG & BARTLETT, (SUCCESSORS TO TARAVATER k. AMBROSE.) ZVLiiiiittacturerss tunl Dealers in Lumber, Sash, SCROLL WORK. MOULSIiG, &c &c. 9 McGIIEE K ii o x v i 1 1 c, They are also iretared, at short notico, to make all kinds n ess, and at prices that dely competition. Satisfaction guaranteed in all caes. For further particulars call on or address Uy20-ily CRAIG & BARTLETT. Knoxville. Tenn Hooks and EAST TENNESSEE -O- Williams, Sturges WHOLESALE AND IIETAIL BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS. DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AND To Merchants wo Offer aug'J-dly. O. B. SMITH & CO., O. B. SMITH. D. L. ROSS. 108 GAY AVc keep constan...

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

Wants For Rent For Sale Boarding Lost Found will be inserted in thit columt. at 23 Cents each t tsrtion, not exceeding five lines; over Jive line 5 Cents cr each additional line vtU be charged. THE .DAILY CllROJi I OLE. WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 13, CHRONICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET PLACE. flie Largest Tfirenlation of any Dally tu East Tennessee. DAII,Y MLTtOKOMH'AL II El' KT Signal Service, I'. S. Army. Knoxville, Tens., May 11. 1872. , K O u. S ' tC 3 H-t; " : a -i r. c I S e - . J r 2J C .2 3 o u i o 3 eS 2 e C c - or-" rz Fair. 1 Hazy ! Cloudy. A. M. i ."o i0r E. 1 I i 73-! CN.W. 5 j 0 0 2 r. m. 4 P. M. ;;o.i' jo m WEATHER KEPOKT. War Dep't. Office Chief Sigkal Officer. Washington. D. C. May 11. (7:3u. p. u..) Ib7:'. Probabilities: Clear and partly clou.ly weather and easterly to southerly winds for the New England. Middle and Southern States on Wednesday, thence westward with iucreaMng cloudiness. An area of threaten ng weather and rain will extend eastward over the upper lake re gion an...

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

y VOL. III. KNOXVILLE, TENN., THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 16. 1872. NO. 8. 1) : li. tuu i hi .in , LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. -o BY FOREIGN SE1VS THE CABLE. Miscellaneous and Washington flews. HOME NEWS. 28w York Conventions. New York, May 14. The stake has been de posited for the Mace and Baldwin flght, which occurs August 15th. Dr. Geo. 11. Giles has been arrested on a charge of fatal abortion. It is stated that the cabinet makers, plumb ers, granite cutters, journeymen tailors and other trades are organizing with a view of t-triVinj, if their demands are not acceded to. An attempt has been made to destroy the machinery of Thompson & Co.'s and Gregory & Co.'s steel works at Jersey City. The em ployees struck last week, and it is supposed they attempted to destroy the works to pre vent others from taking their places. Tho Liberal Republican State Committee yes tcrday resolved to hold a ratification niectin soon. The 9 o'clock A. M. xpress train on the Erie Railroad had a narrow escape ...

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

THE DAILY CHRONICLE, BUtE & RICKS, Proprietors. THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 10, 1872. THE LARGEST CIRCULATION Of Any Daily Published in East Tennessee. Daniel Vookiiees, of Indiana, lias given laics reasons why, as a Democrat, he cannot sunuort Horace Greeley. The facts lie states are true, as every well in formed reader knows and present, we should think, very formidable obstacles in in the way of a Democratic surrender to Horace. We ehall probably be favored now with some wholesome abuse of Voor hees by the Greeley Democrats. .Some of the men whose papers are now hurrahing for Greeley were members of loyal leagues and officers of colored troops, when Vor hees was hung in effigy in the North for being a copperhead. Still, that will not prevent them from reading htm out of the party. Queer times we are having in poli tics. We have given in another column some extracts from Greeley's Tribune, eulogiz ing Graut, that gives him a good record for a Democratic candidate. We' want to give o...

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

Dry Goods, THE DAILY CHRONICLE. TEIOIS Or DAILY PAPER. Stoves and Tlnirnre. Ileal Estate. TO BE HAD The greatest wonder of the age u the unbounded suc cess and unparalleled popularity ef the FASHION STOYE. 1872. SPRING. 1872. EAST TENNESSEE rer month, by carrier or by mail M 't j 75 Per year, by mail, .'." 8.00 WEEKT PAPER. CHEAP LAND AGENCY. COWAN, M' CLUNG & CO. Per year f (X) Club3 of Twenty, or over, per copy 1 50 RATES OF ADVERTISING. FOR CASH! Established 1S65. WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Ten lines, solid Nonpareil, to constitute a square. One Square, each insertion SI 00 t. Special rates on application for advertisements by the year or month. Local Notices ten cents per line each insertion. City Notices five cents per line each insertion. All advertisements duo after first insertion. Yearly advertisements payable quarterh. All other advertisements payable on demand alter first in sertion. CHARLES SEYMOUR, Heal Estate Agent. Attorney at Law, Conveyancer, General Merchandise. 0 L"...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 16 May 1872

Wal For Rent For Sale Boarding Lost Found will be inserted in this column at 23 Cents each lertion, not exceeding five lines; over Jive Una 5 Cents or each additional line xcill be charged. THE DAILY CHRONICLE. THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 16, 187'J. CHEONICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET PLACE. The JLargeat Circulation ol anj Dail j In Hast Tennessee. OAII.Y MKTKOKOLOOlf.VL BEl'JBT' Signal Service, C. S. Armj. Knoxville, Tens., May 15. 1872. O . ft. K3 i S? t? ! 5 fc: c 5 23 c.w C. " on e: w J3 H 3 C 1 c " 1 o - a H i T c2 - . c c a a c 7a.k. 3.19 sy'Jf.ir. 1. ,Hazy 2p.m. .J0.17 16 54rN.K. .Lt.r.-iu. 4 p.m. Jul? T'J- 61j,S.E. 1 O.Oo.Cloudy. i ! i WEATHEK REPORT. War Dep't. Office Chirp Signal Officer Washington. D. C. May 15. (7:3"J, p. M..) 1872. Probabilitict . Ihe aroa of cloudy weather anl rain will extend eastward over the Mid Ho and southern New England States to-n'ght. Cloudy and threatening weather w th areasof rain will pre- ail over the south Atlantic States en Thu sday with easterly to sou...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 17 May 1872

wiin I'-' rf ir: ".-'xtsiit sr.:. VOL. III. KNOXVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY MORNING MAY 17, 1872. NO. 9. Ji LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. FOREIGN NEWS BY THE CABLE. o Miscellaneous and Washington News, SPECIAL FROM NASHVILLE. Mafery Wins Another Race. !- lal to !he Ially Chronlrle. Nashville, May 16, 1872. Mubrv'o sorrel lillj, Evelyn Mabry, won thi Turner Itakc. Time 1:45, 1:47. 1:4b. Th lunc was six hundred and seventy-five dol Lire. HOME NEWS. New Youk, 31 hv 10. The Methodist Con furencc will elect their Bishops on Tuesday next. The resolution to exclude quack doctors' ad vcrti-ements out of the church papers was re ferred. Gov. Hoffman has vetoed the new charter for New York Citv. llocii ester, X. Y., May ir.. The delegates at large appointed were John T. Hoffman, De l'js Dewolt, H. C. ilurphy and James Lord. Sax Francisco, May 10. The j-teamship Jauan from Y'okahoma, Aril 23, has arrived. The cargo includes 1,872 packages of tea, 200 of silk and .T01 of other merchandise, to be sent overland....

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. — 17 May 1872

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. BULE fc RICKS, Proprietors, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 17, 1ST: THE LARGEST CIRCULATION Of Any Daily Published in East Tennessee. THE FARMERS' CONVENTION. The foundation upon which the pros perity and wealth of a people rests is its landed property. The farmers of a coun try give it character and power. Show us a prosperous, enterprising class of farmers and we will show you a wealthy, growing State. It is to our interest as a people, therefore, to do all in our power to build up our agricultural classes. The Convention that assembled in this city yesterday is the first of its kind ever held in the State of Tenuessee. This fact alone should give to it a significance and interest not usually bestowed upon or dinary assemblages. "We are glad to say the body of men now in the city impress us as truly representative of their great class. They are a highly intelligent, prac tical and worthly assemblage of gentle men, and we congratulate the farmers of this section, that 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. — 17 May 1872

General Merchandise. 1872. SPRING. COWAN, M' CLUNG & CO. AVIIOLCSAI.K DEALERS IIV l J I. . J. - KNOXVILLE, Have tlieir Four Story and Basement Wareliou.se, eighty feet front by one hun dred and sixty-seven feet deep, stocked with FRESH SPRING GOODS, (i which they invite the attention of Merchants. Sash and 3 t: e e krl,'b ,i r1 T F t E o Pi F o w 3 F 72 6 i i e e !2! C M i i N 3 H F' F I? T1 c c e c 3 a. -1 F Sr w PS H X CRAIG & BARTLETT, (SUCCESSORS TO TARWATER & AMBROSE.) 3IauutacturorH and Dealers in Lumber, Sash, Blinds, Doors, SCROLL WORK, MOULDINGS, &c.. &c. 3IcGHEE STHEET, Knoxville, Tennessee. They are also prepared, at short notice, to make all kinds of work usually connected with this branch of bu?i n ess. and at prices that defy competition ...... .i.i,. batistaction guaranteed m an cases, x or iuriucr jii ittyL"-tly Koolts and EAST TENNESSEE BOOK HOUSE. O Williams, Sturges & Co., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS. DEALERS IN ALL KIND...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 17 May 1872

Want For Rent For Sale Boarding Lost Found will le inserted in thit column at 25 Cents each in sertion, not exceeding five lines; over five lines 5 Cents or each additional line will le charged. THE DAILY CHRONICLE. FRIDAY MOllNING, MAY 17, 172. CHRONICLE OFFICE-19 MARKET PLACE. The Iarjfi-st Circulation ol nny lUxlly in Kjisi Tennessee. FARMERS JNJJOUNCIL MEETIXd OF TEE FARMERS OF EAST TEXXESSEE. The First Agricultural CciiTfnlion. The Result ji Host C;raW iS Suc cess. IR.T HAY-AFTERNOON NKSSIO.V At half past two o'clock yesterday afternoon, the Federal Court room at the court house was tilled with an attentive audience, the majority of whom wero farmers from various portions of East Tennessee, whose presence on this occa sion attested the importance attached to this,the the tirat assemblage of farmers in this section. The meeting was called to order by lion. O. I Temple, President of the East Tennessee Agricultural .Society, who delivered following ADDKESS OK "WELCOME. Gentlcim n ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 18 May 1872

VI ! VOL. III. KNOXVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY MORNING, MAY IS, 1872. NO, 10. W l-J W I if J LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. FOREIGN XEHS BY THE CABLE. -o- tliscdlaneous and trashinstoii News. HOME NEWS. rvr,wiTr Afav 17. The Diocesan the Protestant Episcopal fMmrr-h nmonded its canon so that when clergymen are tried a majority is required - . . on linaljminiem. Omaha, May 1. The .Nebraska Re j.ubiicau Convention instructed its dele -ites to vote for Grant and Colfax. Detuoit, May 17. The resolutions of the Michigan State Convention favor the rfuomuiation of Grant. Tlie Presbyterian General Assembly of t lie Northwest is in session here, rive Luuilred delegates are present. JiKiN(;TOi, May 14. Bazaine won the first race, lime, l:4oj, 1:42. Projrtown won the second race. Time, o:07. This is the fastest time recorded by three-fourths t a second. Richmond, May, 17. The General As scmbly of the Presbyterian Church South met, l)r. "Welch, of Arkansas, Moderator. One hundred delegates were present. A mot...

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

THE DAILY C HRO N 1 0 L E . FtXE fc RICKS, Proprietors. SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 18, THE LARGEST CIRCUEATIOX Of Any Daily Published in East Tennessee. have, what we consider reliable pri vate advices from three of the largest Northern States to the eflect that the number of Republicans who follow Mr. Greeley are very few indeed and not by any means ecpial to the number of Demo crats who openly declare that as between Grant and Greeley they will vote and work for Grant. The New York World says tbe great mistake the South makes is in supposing tbat Greeley carries auy Republican strength. The Tribune, the World snys, lost its influence with Republicans .-ome time ago, and it is now and has been the mere personal organ of Mr. Greeley. It says "the politicians who speculate upon the Republican following of Mr. Greeley misappreciate his recent standing in the Republican party." Theke is no doubt about it. Greeley ttock is sinking fast, and in less than twc months it will be hard to rind lea...

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

General Merchandise. SPRING. 1ST2. COWAN, M' CLUNG & GO. WIIOLtiALE DKALEKS IN k tjl . i J.l ll'i I KNOXVILLE, Have their Four Story ami Basement dred and sixty-seven leet deep, stocked with FRESH SPRING GOODS, which thev invite the attention of Merchants. mlO' Sash and o sA -H V C k S K oj o r K k; ?0 5 . j c H H M OH W rr1 -i " H k HJ S t5 5 M H a K r o w C H rs: ? ST1 f CRAIG & BARTLETT, (SUCCESSORS TO TARWATER & AMBROSE.) 3Xniiitfactuxovs and DcalerH in Lumber, Sash, SCROLL WORK, MOULDINGS, &c &c. 3IcGIIEE STREET, Knoxville, Tennessee. They are alfo prenarcd, at short notice, to make all kinds n e?s, ana at prices that dcly competition. Satisfaction guaranteed in all caes. For further particulars call on or address dly2it-dly CRAIG k BARTLETT. Knoxville. Tenn Ilooks and EAST TENNESSEE BOOK -O- Williams, Sturares WHOLESALE AND UETAIL BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS. DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AND To Merchants we Offer aug 9 - O. B. SMITH & CO.,...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 18 May 1872

H n ior Rent For Sale Boarding Lost Found icill be inserted in, this column at 23 Cents each in txtion, not exceeding five lines; over five Una 5 Cents or each a.dditiona.1 line will be charged. THE DAILY CHUOJflOLE. SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 18, 1872. CHRONICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET PLACE. Tho Lnrest Circulation iu ast Tennessee. ol ny Uaiij FARMERS; CONVENTION. THE IATEREST IX A BATED AM) ' LARGE NUMBER PRESENT. A AdJrees !y Prominent Gfiitkmeiii SECOND DAY'S PROCEEDING. MOESISli fclsI0 . Tho convention assenibk-d at iiino o'clock, The meeting was Mr. Lord. Tin- President Rhea in the chair. oDened with prayer by Rev. number of delegates iu attendance showed no diminution of interest. The committee appointed to arrange a pro gramme or order of business reported through their chairman, Mr. Uodgers, which pro gramme was adopted by tho convention. ANCESTRAL FAKMIMi. Mr Charlton addressed the meeting on the "Probable future of East Tennessee as an Ag ricultural region." He showed how, by ineffi...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 19 May 1872

1, SI VOL. III. KNOXVILLE, TENN., SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 19, 1872. NO. 11. i, 1 1 LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. FOREIGN XEWS DT THE CABLE. o iliscellaneous and Washington News. HOME NEWS. Lkximston, May 1S--T1";1 rac;cs were run in a heavy rain storm. The favorites were beaten. . Elsie won Hie iirst race; time, 1:341 ; i :''-,. FJ ore nee won the second ; time, Xasiivim a:, -way j. a.nnie JJ. won the first race; time, o:5:j. Arizona won tiie second; time, 1:"4', ; l:ol; 1:333. Dktkoit, May 17. The Moderator aid that in making committees he had paid no attention to distinctions between old and new school Presbyterians. Ni:v Yokk, May IS. The forest tires are still raging. It is feared Carbondale will be bured. A Cuban letter states that two hundred Spaniards surprised a camp of twenty-live women, six children and twelve old men in the woods between (Juantanamo and Arroy, and massacred all of them. The Spaniards subsequently were pursued by Cuban Revolutionists ami manvofthem killed. The mass mee...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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