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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 25 May 1872

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. BULE fc HICKS, Proprietors. SATURDAY MOKNIKG, MAY 25, 1871.'. THE LARGEST CIKCEXATIOX Of Any Daily Published in East Tennessee. Tin: German Turners in Congress as sembled at Louisville, Kentucky, voted against woman suffrage by a vote of 226 to The Union and American piles up columns of the stalest stuff imaginable,ou Tvhat it styles "the profligacy of the Grant Administration." . We'll venture the as sertion that not one in ten of its readers ever peruse these prosy effusions, which are the fruits of a morbid imaginatiou,aud that the writer himself knows nothing about what he has written three days after it is first printed. The list of German newspapers pub lished by the New York Tribune as for Greeley, represent the least influential of their class, and are mostly weekly papers. No man of sense will dispute the state ment that almost all of the leading, influ ential daily and weekly German papers oppose Greeley. This class includes many of the leading Democra...

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. — 25 May 1872

General Merchandise. Dry Goods. THEDAILY CHRONICLE. Real Estate. 1ST2. SPRING. COWAN, M CLUNG & CO. WIIOLESALK KNOXVILLE, iP WS Have their Four Story and Basement "Warehouse, eighty feet front by one hun ,reI and tuxty-seveu feet deep, stocked with FRESH SPRING GOODS, which they invite tho attention of Merchants. Sash and x S . Oft M J O f ft Hj f T1 K t O 3 O M 3 O OC M tr1 IS w -Si O at 3 Pi CRAIG & BARTLETT, fSUCCESSORS TO TARWATER i AMBROSE.) Manufacturers aucl Dealers iu Lumber, Sash, Blinds, Doors, .SCROLL WORK, MOULDINGS, &c. &c. Knoxville, Tennessee. They are also rreDared. at short notice, to make all kinds of work usually connected with this branch of buti n er-s. und at prices that defy competition. Satisfaction guaranteed in all cases, for further particulars call on or address dlyat-dly CRAIQ & JJARTLETT. Knoxville. Tenn IIooKm anil EAST TENNESSEE BOOK HOUSE. O Williams, Sturges & Co., "WHOLESALE AND KETA1L BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS. DEALERS IN ...

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. — 25 May 1872

Wants For Rent For Sale Boarding LostFound will be inserted in this column at 23 Cents each in tirtion, not exceeding five lines; over five lines 5 Cents or each additional line tcill he charged. THE DAILY CHROJCLE. SATURDAY 310KNING, 25, 1872. CHEONICLE OFriCE-19 MARKET PLACE. The Lnriret Circulation of any Dully in East Tennessee. Pickle? in barrels at Cox's, cor. Vine Si Guy streets. Iluve You Heat! it?, Only To cents. Go to the E. zi home talent. T. II. and patroni Trull Jars. The I'ruit season i3 at band, and C. CulleD, Agent, is prepared to fill orders for Fruit Jars, Jelly Cans, &e. See advertisement. Tost. A pair of Silver Kowed Spectacles. The finder will be suitably rewarded by leaving them at this office. festival at Jlossy Creek. The ladies of Mos?y Creek v.iil give :i lair and festival at the Masonic Hall, on the even ing vi the L'ilh instant, at 8 o'clock r. M., for the purpose of raising money to repair the Methodist Church at that place. A large at tendance is de...

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. — 26 May 1872

V vNl nW WW', if . t if Ant ir 4 VOL. III. KNOXVILLE, TENN., SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 26, 1872. NO. 17. f - LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. . n f -o- fliicellaneous and Washing! on JVcws. -o- HOME NEWS. Rrolher-in.I.wMiools a Io- Ilceman. x-..,.- Vrtn- "r,iv 23. A brother-in-law of VonimotlorJ Vaiiderbilt, while interfcr- tlio o licers m me urrest or a ....i.Ti ...I'lr-liman who was charged with foniii" a white girl into a stable, shot the nftirW It is thought to be fatally, and a i.,..t.H,)ir seriously, lhe shooter escan- t ', into the stables. TJie health oflicer of this port has made unxir-iml preparations in anticipation of Hie approach ot cholera this season. The third ship which has been provid v,l for the patients is capable of ac- (oinodatinjr nearly two thousand persons. The convocation of theWestern ltailroad men failed to make a satisfatory arrange ment in regard to tne present daraaginc comiietition for freights. The lirt sunstroke of the season occurred yesterday. The buildings Xos. Ki...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 26 May 1872

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. BTTXE fc RICKS, Proprietors. SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 20, 1872. THE LARGEST CIRCULATION Of Any Daily Published in Za8t Tennessee. The news of the action of the Senate in advising the negotiation of the supple mental treaty between England and America, which we give in our night ULs patches, will be received with satisfaction everywhere. We have no time now for further comments. - . ! A ivkominent ex-Confederate author izes us to say to General Grant that if he will do one-half for tb-. South that the Greeley organs charge he intends doing, he will vote and work for him. The trick to anticipate the President in his progressive and liberal policy towards all sections is "too thin." We are not surprised to lind the Greeley organ of this city worried over the work ingmen?s endorsement of Grant. The con veution was a large one, headed by repre sentative workingmen, and when three hundred such delegates speak out for the Administration, we submit it is entirely "too thin" ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 26 May 1872

General SPRING. COWAN, M' WIIOJL-LVLli: KNOXVILLE, V- tj. .. J J.i. I- $ Have their Four Story and Basement Warehouse, eighty feet front by one hun dred aiifl sixty-seven feet deep, stocked with FRESH SPRING GOODS, m which they invite the attention of Merchants. mlO Sasli and " A 'WA'VA'V c C 5T 3 " am , ijO t-i o r f M O O 72 M ' 5! O 3 g 2 O 5 -l f-l 3 p o X ".s 1-1 rr1 i X CRAIG & BARTLETT, (SUCCESSORS TO TARWATER & AMBROSE.) 31aiiiitactuicis ASH, SCROLL WOllii, 3icGiii:ii: Blnoxville, They are also prepared, at short notice, to make all JLUMBE'I ness, ana at prices that defy competition. Satisfaction guaranteed in all cases. For further particulars cill on or address dly20-dly CRAIG fc BARTLETT. Knoxville. Tenn Hooks and EAST TENNESSEE BOOK -O- Williams, Sturges WHOLESALE AND EETA1L BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS. DExYLEES IN ALL KINDS OF MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AND To Merchants we Offer au; ;D-dly. O. B. SMITH & CO., o. D. SMITH. ROSS. 108 GAY Wc keep constantly on hand a 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. — 26 May 1872

Want Fo- Rent For Sak Boarding Lost Found tcill be inserted in this column at 25 Cents each in sertion, not exceeding five lines; over five line 5 Cents or each additional line will le charged. THE DAILY CHRONICLE. SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 'JO, 1872. CHSOHICLE OniCE 19 MARKET FLACE. T!?e Largest Circulation of iu East Tennessee. any uauy Itelisious Aotiees. cvini w T.lTTIIEllAN. Service at 101 ,.ir.,.i.- . r k r r. bv the Pastor, Kcv ti,t, tti-i Murifl.-iv School at A. M. All are invited to attend. ptpct tjapTTT. There will be Divine rdiirrii jit. flu; usual hours. ICS .v. m. and 7:45 r. M., by the pastor, hey. J. U Lloyd. The public are cordially inviieu. ,.1.ttt. T-mcrATMT rTTTTi:rir i rih.dilnd Prince Situated a t nnd o i . -i l. T? T li Vn-rA Mdnr SliridaY SChOOl at .) a. si. All are invited to attend. VHPTTT KVOWTTJ-K M. E. CHU11C1I Yr-lW Church.) Bev. J. B. Ford will preach in this church at 4 o'clock r. m., to-day. CHUKCH ST. M. E. CIIUKC1I, SOUTH Services at lUi a.m. and t o cloc...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 28 May 1872

A U M 4 f i 4 VOL. III. KNOXVILLE, TENN., TUESDAT MORNING, MAY 2S, 1872. NO. 18. I v W y ' XT' 7 LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. rOKEIGX NWVS Br THB (ABLE. tlbcellancous and Washing on Kcws. H01Y1ENEWS. Tho StriUrrs-Uiiakor A.Mross, Ac. New York, May 27.-rauI owf fn of ox-Governor Lowe, of Maryland, has l.ecu arrested aix la"11 uMiig a revolver in defense of a friend whereby three per sons were wounded. V ma meet in? of the eight hour league coiiip'ed of ealiinet makers and others was hvhl lids evening at the Harmony Itooms, ,uiI another of the trades in general at the Assembly Rooms, at which congratulatory loeehes' were made and resolutions adopt ,., over the success of the recent strikes. At an immense meeting of the Quakers voterday morning Samuel M. Jaaney ).reaehei against the doctrine of atone nmit, and Lueretiii Mott delivered an elo- I'.ient adilress on the peace of nations. It is said that the cotton commission house whose failure announced Saturday was the the firm of Dihble, Worth ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 28 May 1872

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. BULE fc KICKS, Proprietors, TUESDAY MORXIXG, MAY 28, 1S72. K THE LA KG EST CIRCULATION Of Any Daily Published in East Tennessee. FACTS ABOUT EAST TENNESSEE. Our Ilailioads, Finished and Projected. no. I.XXII. hi thc.-c days f rapid transit, any sec tion of country without jrooil railroads is considered behind the age. The labors of the fanner and mechanic ; the profits of the tradesman, and the convenience and contentment of all classes are so largely dependent upon the prompt communica tion with the outside world through rail roads that every immigrant takes the rail road facilities of his proposed home into grave consideration before permanently accepting it as his place of living. East Tennessee, j'ossessed of railroad ad vantages of (he high order we have here tofore commented upon, has also fair rail road facilities existing, but better ones in immediate nrospeet. The Valley of East j A Tennessee is bounded north and south by mountain chains. It begins in t...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 28 May 1872

i I fx Uencral SPRING. 1872. COWAN, M' CLUNG & CO. WHOLESALE I lin KNOXVILLE, Have tlifir FVur Story and Basement Warehouse, eighty feet front by one him died uwl sixty --"even feet deep, stocked Avitli FRESH SPRING GOODS, uhicli they invite the attention of Merchants. 5ali and o o , DC S K n o c O V-l O r tr1 ' K 3 5 oq o 3 7? o - w a tJ s ft H M 3. j J ? & w b a f H cc o o -i i i I-. . - O i-X Til 01 CRAIG & BARTLETT, (SUCCESSORS TO TARWATER i AMBROSE.) 3Itiiitifnctuvcr!-i anl Dealers in Lumber, Sash, Blinds, Doors, SCROLL WORK, MOULDINGS, &c. &c. McGIIEE STItEET, Knoxville, Tennessee. They arc also irennred. at short notice, to make all kinds of work uiually connected with this branch of busi ness, and at prices that defy competition. Satisfaction guaranteed in ail cases. For further particulars call on w address .11 v 2i Ml y CRAIG A BARTLETT. Knoxville. Tenn HooUs and EAST TENNESSEE BOOK -0- Williams, Sturses WHOLESALE AND KETAIL BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS. ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 28 May 1872

Wnvt -For Rent For Sale Boarding Lost Found will be inserted in this column at 23 Cents each in sertion, not exceeding Jive lines; over Jive lines Cents or each additional lint will he charged. THE DAILY CHRONICLE. TUESDAY 3IOKNING, MAY 172. CHRONICLE OFFICE-19 MARKET PLACE. The Largest Circulation of IilJ lu East Tennessee. Cro'iuet, at U. U. Smith & Cos. Great Inducement. Books, Music, C'hroiuos, Pictures, Music Doxc, at uiiprcccdentedly low prices, it in e x. T. 13. H. JiaLOi) at J. 1. Cox's, corner Vine ;uid C ay- " The anti-tobacco Society will meet to-ui.qlit at its regular meeting place, "Williams' Block, Gay street. 31eetings free. All arc invited, es pecially the officers of the Society. For the leiIatnre. Wo arc authorized and requested to announce the name of John D. Smith, ex-SheriM of Cocke county, us u candidate before the Kepu 0 Jieau convention to llepresent the counties of Sevier and Cocke in the Legislature. iv'7diwlt 1 1 A new supply of Scribnrr s Ma'ju. incs ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 29 May 1872

4 r VOL. III. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 29, 1872. NO. 19. lit 4y&&(&sAv&'Av', IP WWW QUI II Ml IM El Hi II i iw IIS II lil KiXW 1 11,11V U 1V AkV4 Avy LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. FOREIGN XE1VS Bf THE CABLE -O- Miscellaneous and lrashinslon ifews. HOME NEWS. riu: METHODIST BOOK CONCERN KCAXDAI- Terra men ireat Ietrnetlnn Among: Fishing Vessels. New York, May 2S. The report of the sub-committee regarding the Methodist Hook Concern indicates a large swindle in nenrly all the departments. It i stated that Capt. Ilallenbeck, of the unfortunate steamer Ensilon. remarked A ihit he Iiad the best boat in the harbor: I that bc would carry 100 pounds of steam 1 wifbout straining a bolt or opening a I valve, and that he could not get up steam enough in the boiler to burst it. Men are engaged in grappling for the bodies. The wreck will be raised in a few days. It is estimated that 40,000 men engaged in the strike in this city. I lnrtv persons were injured bv the ex nlosio...

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. — 29 May 1872

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. ItULE fc KICKS, Proprietors. WEDNESDAY JlOEMNG, MAY 20, 1ST THE LARGEST CIRCULATION Of Any Daily Published in East Tennessee. Ge James S. Neglev will be a can didate for re-electioii to Congress from bis District without opposition. This t-peuks volumes for his fidelity to his constituents Dan Yookiiees' Terra Haute speech ssems to have created quite a flutter among the mnnsrrel covev of Greelev fowls. The (j- - v v Courier-Journal flutters all over. The Atlanta Constitution impugns the n.-ifmtism of Aleck II. Stenhens. for the reason that he opposes II. G. Little Aleck chines back at him in a column paragraph and says, "you're another." K. L. Cakuthehs is willing to serve the people of the Nashville District in Con gress, regardless of the opinions of Ed. I. Golliday, the present incumbent, who wants to be returned. The Cincinnati Commercial thinks that the rapid increase in the population of the Western States is largely due to the good advice given by Horace ...

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. — 29 May 1872

i) V ! J i ! ! 5 ! General 1872. SPRING. COWAN, M' CLUNG & CO. AVIIOL ESALE DEALERS I IV KNOXVILLE, Have their Four Story and Basement 1 1 A.. .1 A. 1 1 dreu Him sui,-teeu jevt ut'ep, siot'Kea Wlln FRESH SPRING GOODS, winch they invite the attention of Merchants. Sasli and o I ( O o o d c M -I 00 5 ft f 5 o i W r p. 3? 2 5 m 6 w 02 O M m K 3 H W H K 9 O F b co W -I CRAIG & BAR1IET1, (SUCCESSORS TO TARWATER i AMBROSE.) 3InniiacturcrH and Dcnlcrss in Lumber, Sash, SCROLL WORK, MOULDINGS, &c. &c. JIcGIIEE STHEET, Knoxville, Ten u e sse e. Ihey are also prepared, at?bort notice, to make all n anil nt. rrirA tht Afv enmntitirn Satift'action guaranteed in all cases. For further particulars call on or addre.? dly2i-dly CRAIG & LARTLETT. KnoiFille, Tenn Books and EAST TENNESSEE BOOK HOUSE. O Williams, Sturges & Co., WHOLESALE AND HETAIL BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS. DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AND To Merchants -wo Offer bpccial Inducements, aug 9-dly. O...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 29 May 1872

Want For Rent For Sale Boa r ding Lost Found vtiU le inserted in this column at 25 Cents each in tcrtion, not exceeding Jive lines; over five lines 5 Cents or each additional line tcill be charged. THE DAILY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY MOUSING, MAY 2, 1872. CZRONICLE OFFICE 19 KAEKET PLACE. The Largest Cirrulatiou tu feist Tennessee. of any Daily Great Inducement. Hook.-. Music. Chromos, Pictures, Music Boxes at unprecodentodly low price at the E. J. 15. 11. , f or te Legislature. "We aro authorized and requested to announce tliu name of John 1. Smith, ex-Shenli oi Cocke countv, as. a candidate before the Repub lican convention to Represent the counties ot Sevier and Cocke in the Legislature. ivl'Tdiwlt A Corporation Hard Up. The Fire Company aro raiding money to buy m ire hose. Their call should be liberally re sponded to. Chattanooga Tunes, There must be a financial stringency in mu- tire en ernes. The idea of imposing on a voi- mltonr firn A Pnnrf 111 Gilt tl)C 1:U of raising funds for ...

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. — 30 May 1872

t l is VOL. III. KNOXVILLE, TENN., THUR9AY; MORNING, MAY 30, 1872. NO. 20. -The National Acrri LATEST BY TELEGRAPH FOREIGN XEH'S BI THE CABLE Miscellaneous and TTashinton News HOME NEWS. Philadelphia, ;uay -'.-ine jury in n. nf spllinjr liquor on Sunday has heen locked up mice Saturday. The Judo threatens lie win Keep mem iockcu up until the end ot tne term unless they .irree. St. Loris, May 29.- cultural Congress and Agricultural Asso ciation have consolidated under the name of Agricultural Congress. J. If. Reynolds was elected 1'resident and Charles W. (Jreene, of Tcunessee, Secretary. Detroit, May ?). A year's probation for ministers from foreign lands was re I tea led. The resolution passed disannrovinjr of njiening art galleries and reading rooms on Sundays was adopted. New Orleans, May 29. The Republi can State Convention organized yesterday. The programme is to present the Greeley resolutions to-day and upon their rejection the Greeleyites will withdraw. A tornado swept over ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 30 May 1872

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. RULE L- RICKS, Proprietors, THURSDAY J-IOEXING, MAY SO, 1872. THE LARGEST CIRCrXATIOX Of Any Daily Published in East Tennessee. PAYING TRIBUTE TO THE DEAD. Ill all ages of the world, wherever civil ization has existed, the practice of doing honor to the dead has prevailed. Even the savage retains in his breast a grate ful remembrance of his dead comrade, and makes many annual returns to the spot where his mortal remains were de posited beneath the shade of the forest oak. The young, the old, the rich, the poor, all share a feeling of this kind, which is heightened and purified as the individual is cultivated and refined. It is from this principle in the human breast that the practice has arisen which has gro'vn into a custom of annually assem bling at our national cemeteries, "Where sleep the brave who sink to rest, By all their country's wishes blest," And keeping alive their memories by spreading beautiful and fragrant flowers upon the mounds beneath which the...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 30 May 1872

General 1812. SPRING. COWA.N, M' CLUNG & CO. WHOLESALE KNOXVILLE, Have their Four Story and Basement dml and sixty-seven leet deep, stocked with FEESH SPKING GOODS, which they invite the attention of Merchants. Sash and r. c 3 o 1 l-H W S B o f - w 55 GO tr F K tz ft J" M - r-l K i c O 6 2 O 2 i O M CS5 2 3 F F Pi o e CRAIG & BART LETT, (SUCCESSORS TO TARWAT ER AMBROSE.) j 3iairuficturerH and Dealers in Lumber, Sash, Blinds, Books, SCROLL WORK, MOULDINGS, &c. &c. McGIIEE STREET, Knoxville, Tennessee. They are also jTenared. at short notice, to make all kinds of work usually connected with this branch of busi n es. and at rrices that defy competition. Satisfaction guaranteed in all cases. Tor further particulars call on or address .Uy20-dly CRAIG k BARTLETT. Knoxville. Tenn nooks and EAST TENNESSEE BOOK HOUSE. -0- Williams, Sturges & Co., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS. DEALERS IX ALL KINDS OF MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AND MUSICAL MERCHANDISE. To Mercha...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 30 May 1872

12 1 1 an' For Rent For Sale Boarding Lost Found will be in&erted in this column at 23 Cents each in eertion, not exceeding five linet; over Jive lints 5 Cents or eaSh additional line will be charged. THE DAILY CHRONICLE. THURSDAY JIOKNING, HAY SO, 1872. CHRONICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET PLACE. nny Daily The Largest Circulation of In Hast Tennessee. 3fetlec. The partnership that existed us li. km was devolved Jan. lt, 187U. li, bou IBoots and FraucisC'j'H. L. Urier & L. Brier. ;'nriM Tnnir'd in erood stvlc at vSOcodtf Wanted. Dr. Wilbur (Vrtis, lat3 V L. AI. Allabr to tend Dowell, Knoxville, Tenn., that may benefit them. . o. army, a.ml Dr. ..d dross to W. lx. and learn something voO-d'JtwOt liOSt. A canary bird, from Henley tired, yellow, with a black i-pot between the eyes. Hie hnd er will confer a favor by returning it to this of lice. Church Sociable. The Sociable connected with the First M. K. r.liiin-h will not meet this evening, but will meet one week from to-night at the re...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 31 May 1872

we. Z ft 4 jj VOL. III. KNOXVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 31, 1872. NO. 21. I1- LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. FQRKIGX XEWS BY THE CABLE. itfbcfHancous and irasliinstoii Xcws. THE CLKVKLAXI RACES. Six Entries ncafhara's Aneroid Hins. Cleveland, May ."O, 187:2. 7'Ji'' races came off to-day as previously announced. The contest to-day consisted f a mile heat. There were six entries, as follows : Grey Eagle, by Dr. E. S. Rodgers, of Morgan ton ; Wild Pigeon, by Joseph Fry, of Cleveland ; Aneroid, by R. I?. Cheatham, of Nashville; Luna Cate, by Win. Cate, of Cleveland; Jay Mack, by Win. (.'ate, of Cleveland; Bushwhacker, by .I.T. Hague, of Charleston. All started at the tap of the drum. Ane roid came in lirst time, one minute, forty ty seven and three-quarter seconds; Luna Cate second, Hay Mack fourth, Bush whacker tiflh and Grey Eagle sixth, about fifty yards behind Aneroid. .Second race: Bay Mare, by Judge Clin gau; Sorrel Horse, by Win. Hays. The horse came in about sixty yards ahead. Three...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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