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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 6 June 1872

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. BUI.E fc RICKS, Proprietors. THUHSDAY MOKXISG, JUNK 0, lTi THE LARGEST CIRClJIiATION Of Any Daily Published in East Tennessee U. S. GRANT. In atthecommeuccmentof the late struggle for tbe overthrow of this govern ment, a quiet, unassuming man resided in the town of Galena, Illinois, lie had graduated at Yest Point in 1S43, served through the Mexican war, and had reach ed a captaincy in the regular army, but his manner and habits were so simple and unpretending, that he was scarcely known outside of his own imme diate neighborhood. Hut when the rebels .f the South determined to overthrow the Government and destroy our free institu tions, he was one of the first to enter the rield airainst them, which he did in an II liuois regiment. His capacity as a military leader soon developed itself, and he was selected to organize the volunteer troops that were then flocking to our National standard from that Kate. He wai promoted to a Brigadier General's position very soon...

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 June 1872

1872. General Merchandise. SPRING. 1872. COWAN, M' CLUNG & CO. WHOLESALE DEALERS KV Dry Goods. IS PFP 1 KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE. Have their Four Story and Basement Warehouse, eighty feet front by one hun dred and sixty-seven feet deep, stocked with 1 0 w o FRESH SPRING GOODS, (l which they invite the attention of Merchants. iulO 6 2 s C 3S 53 X M 1 f 1 ft. E? 5 2 c 0 c 63 e o C Sash and BUndS. Hi 7: 5d o 76 tr IS K 02 0 S o f M W 02 Hi M Tfc M 3 M Q S W W M iE Hi O 3 t? 02- K 02 w 02 02 02 Hi o o - 53 M - t1 O S3 O O 55 3 o K H 00 Hi O 02 a" o Hi 25 a o K Hj oc o ? s S z a o d S B H v CRAIG & BARTLETT, (SUCCESSORS TO TARWATER k AMBROSE.) 3Ianulacturcrs and Dealers in Lumber, Sash, Blinds, Books, SCROLL WORK, MOULDINGS, &c &c. 3IcGHEE STKEET, Knoxville, Tennessee. Ihey are also rreoared. at short notice, to make all kinds of work usually connected with this branch of busi- ne.-5, and at prices that defy competition. Satiation guaranteed in all cases, for farther particul...

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 June 1872

I Wants For Rent For Sale Boarding Lost Found icM be inserted in this column at 23 cents each in twtion, not exceeding five line; over five linen 5 Cent or each additional line trill he charged. THE DAILY CHRONICLE- THURSDAY 3IOENING, JUNE 0, 1372. CHRONICLE OrFICZ-19 MARKET PLACE. Th Eirset Cirenlntion of any Dally in East Tennessee. AIJ,Y METtOKH-irM. REIMKT. Signal Scrvn-. V. S. Army. Knoxville. Texs., June 5. 1872. TE3I I'EIt AXCE PICXU'. .nlnrlHj, June fcth, atEove" i'nve. 03 O - - i c c - n I i5 o-5 e.! or1 ei ' s H : a : - r- V- & ii x M. 7 A 2 r. m. I :! 4 r. M.cp 2 ''J.'.'i Pi 76- 50r!N. Clear. I l Fair. 11 0.00 Arrival anil Departure I" Trains. K. T. VA. A GA. R. 1!. DAY TKA1NS, ras-en.-er train going West : Arrives at Knoxviil". 12:52 p.m. Leaves, 1:.2 f.m. Passenger tri going Eas-: Arrives at Knoxvillc, 11:11 a.m.; leases, ll:-?3 A.M. NK.HT T I! A INS. Passenger trains going West ; Arrives at Knoxville. 3:34 a.m.: leaves, 3:10 a.m. Passenger train going East : An ves...

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 June 1872

i -1 A M y - V H IN liiiiif Ill - ?f : . i 4 f i ' ' V 'l t - KNOXVILLE, TENN., Fill DAY MORNING, JUNE 7, 1872. VOL. III. NO. 27. LATEST TELEGRAPH. roisEir. news W the cable. Miscellaneous and irasMnfon News. HOMEJJ5ws- PHILADELPHIA. J"fJ-rThTef JnT on the pas works have struck. It is prob able that the Convention may have to eioc its labors in darkness H rtkokh, Juiu 0. Captain Cal vo was killed on Monday in Bridgeport. He bad vis-, ok) insurance on his life. ' v;tx Fkanoisco, June 0. The South ern portion of Arizona is over run with Apaches. The settlers are abandoning their Vines and crops. In the "White Pine recti on the miners ,;nick for four dollars per day. Work is ..topped. Additional returns from Oregon show increased Republican majorities. WASHINGTON. Kf ported KfMisnntion of Seeretnrj- Fish. Washington". June C. It is reported h-.it Secretary Fish lias resigned. The Spanish Government will release Doctor Houard as a favor to the United States, but if a demand is made on t...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 7 June 1872

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. 21ULE RICKS, Proprietors. FKIDAY MORNING, JUNE 7, 1872. THE LARGEST CIRCULATION Of Any Daily Published in East Tennessee. For President, ULYSSES S. GRANT, OF ILLI'oI. for Vice President, HENRY WILSON, OK MASSACHUSETTS. OUR TICKET. Our ticket is all that could be desired. The Philadelphia Convention, in nominat ing Grant for re-election, only gave expres sion to the unmistakable voice of ninety nine hundredths of all the Republicans in the United states. The slanders of the disappointed and the opposition from Democrats, who have opposed him for the past ten years, has never abated in the least the confidence which the people have had in him from the date of his first victory over an armed rebellion down to the present period. His patriotic devotion to the country's interests has never been seriously questioned. His capacity as a statesman has been equal to the most -auguiue expectations of his friends. He has presided over the affairs of the government and has w...

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 June 1872

Ueneral Merchandise. 18T2- SPRING. . GO WA.N, M' CLUNG & CO. WIIOLESALK 0" II KNOXVILLE, Have their Four Story and Basement Warchou.se, eighty feet front by one hun (jri sixty-seven feet deep, .stocked with FRESH SPRING GOODS, ulmli they invite the attention of Merchants. Sash and 3 o F 02 e c O F 3 S3 1 r- F S f k-. o: 2 s 2 r - mm w X o IT1 i ( K 2 F- F M G 1-3 02 02 CRAIG & B AETLETT, (SUCCESSORS TO TARWATEIt & AMBROSE.) 3Xainifsictiiroirs and Dealers in Lumber, Sash, Blinds, Doors, SCROLL WORK, MOULDINGS, &e.. &c. 3XoOIIE13 STREET, Knoiville, Tennessee. They are also prct.ared. ntshort notice, to make all kinl? of work usually connected with this branch of busi-ne-s. ;ind at price? that defy competition. . SSsiSlf uaranteed in al1 CaSCS' Fr fUrttCr 'artlcuTarS CacR0AniG&dBARTLETT. Knoxville. Tenn lioolis and EAST TENNESSEE -O- Williams, Sturges WHOLESALE AND JJETAIL BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS. DEALERS IX ALL KINDS OF MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AND MUSICAL MERCHA...

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

WanttFor Bint For Sale Boarding Lotl Found ictu uti tuneritU tn tit column at 25 tents each in iirlion, not exceeding five line; over Jive Une 0 Cents or tick additional line will be charged. TIIE MILY CHRONICLE. FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 7, 1872. CHEONICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET PLACE. The Lnriteat Clrcnlation of nnj Dally la East Tennessee. DAILY JIETKOIWH-WOICAI. KE1'KT. Slgual Service. C. S. Army. Koxvii.L.K, Tgkx.. June 6. 1872. c o. cS .5 O 4 S3 Ci.O t- 5l ! a a S3 o " q.s 0 a o c 515 C .5 . a. ; 3 C fnC. -- c c B 7a.M. 9!.r.3 3S' 51rjE. M ,'Fair. 2 p. m. .'.'.! 73 bT W. H 4?. u. K S- ti W. 11 0.05, " Koruember that ihe levee of Mrs. Richard school t:ikco place to-mgui at iioxsie Hall. Yallnr Hack Literature. A liirsre lot of Ibis Stuff very chenp at tlic E- . " 1 1 . 1 T. 13. 11. wlioiesaie, reian or no taie. llame Ball. A match came of bar-e ball will be played to- lav on the Holston Ground, between the " Iiil-ni2'.it Rovers'' and the "Lone t"tar" Clubs (col.) at "3J o'clock r. M. Scho...

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

VOL. III. KNOXVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 8, 1872. NO. 28. V LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. roiiEIGS NKlVS BY TUB fABLE. -O- !i--cf!laneoiis and Washicslon Xews. TENNESSEE- HEAVY M IT PEXDIX. init Ili-onght by eTj- A- jr i270.000. Kxox villi:, Tkxx, June 7. lien. Jof. A. Ma brv of Knoxville. ha-- sued in the State Courts of T.-mi'ee and South Carolina, John A. Green, of X.'u- Yurie, Thomas Steers, of l'cnnsj'lvania, ;,mi J"hn J - Patterson, of South Carolina, con ..ulin? the I31ue Jiidfrc Company, for twohun- ,;..,,; nr. I .-evenly thousand dollars, and has at- . ,.i . .i ;lieir properly for payment. HOME NEWS. f if- ljti;il Ki;lus Party Slnlo vs. Federal Lnn, Ac. y.i.w Yhk, June 7. Tli ere was a boi.s-tid.i- mooting of the Equal Kights i tarty ,ii Apollo Hall last night to ratify the nomination of Mrs. Woodliiill ami Fred I'.j'ighibi. The harbers propose a strike unless the i'otirs a,-i' reduced. Tlio Federal Marshal's men and the Sin ; iii"s posse, fought yestenlay over gome !;;ink...

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

THE DAILY JHRONICLE. PULE & RICKS, Proprietors. SATURDAY M.ORXIXG, JUNE 8, 1872. THE LARGEST CIRCrLATIOX Of Any Daily Published in East Tennessee. For President, ULYSSES S. GRANT, OK ILLINOIS. For Vice President, H'ENRY WILSOTC, OF MASSACHUSETTS. Will the ex-Union Leaguer of the Demo cratic organ inform the people how he avus "sandwiched" when Henry Dcutch ini tiated him into that organization, which he innocently supposed was for "social purposes ?" Horace Greeley has just made a speech before the Alumni of Brown Uni versity, in which he said : I prologs no claim- to the society of collegi ate men. To be ture Amherst has made me a doctor of laws, and of such the world certainly .-binds in great need. At least the laws need doctoring, and some of the law-makers, too, "as you all know. This appointment is a recent one, and I accept the trust. There is no pay connected with it, but there is honor. And it is well to honor scholarship. At Amherst's sug gestion, then, I shall try and...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 8 June 1872

General Merchandise. 1872. SPRING. COWAN, M' CLUNG & CO. WIIOJLKALK mil KNOXVILLE, UiUI Have their Four Story and Basement Warehouse, eighty feet front by one huu drew and r-ixty-seven feet deep, stocked with FRESH SPRING GOODS, . -.vliich they invite the attention of Merchants. mlO Sash and o F w w S 5 ro o S C W 2 rz i i-i M " H W S q K w y rr K O s .& c 5. 3 c it- X 11 N K CRAIG & BARTLETT, (SUCCESSORS TO TAIUYATER & AMBROSE.) 3Iainifaotiiior.s Lumber, Sash,. Blinds, Doors, SCROLL WORK, MOULDINGS, &c. &c. 3IeGIIEE STREET, Knoxville, Tennessee. They are also ireoarcd, at short notice, to make all kinds of work usually connected with this branch of busi ness, and at )rices that defy competition. Satisfaction guaranteed in all cases. Tor further particulars call on or addres? T divr jiKlly CRAIG & BARTLETT. Knoxville. Tenn Rooks and EAST TENNESSEE BOOK -0- Williams, Sturaes WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS. DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF MUSICAL I...

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

XVanis For Rent For Sale Boarding Lost Found Kilt be inserted in thit column at 23 Cents each in sertion, net exceeding five lines; over five lines 5 Cents or each additional line mill be charged. THE DAILY CHRONICLE. SATURDAY MORNING, JUNK 8, '1872. CHEOKICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET PLACE. The Largest Circulation of in Hast Tennessee. any Daily DAILY METEOUOLOGICAI. ItEI' .KT. Signal Service, IT. S. Army. KxoxTii-LE, Texx., June 7. 1S72. C I IB fat i & o ; 2 - 2 2 g 5 3 3 r c S or;. ,1 ' e w u H WPCalm. .Cloudy. s.w. W. 14 O.OO Arrival and Departure ol Trains. V. T. VA. A; GA. R II. DAY TRAINS, Passen-er train going West : Arrives nt KnoxviiK V2 'j1 p.m Passenger trai going Eas.': Arrives at KnoAvnie, 11:41 A.M Leave?, 1:1- p.m. leave?, 11:33 a.m. NIt.HT THAIS?'. Pa-sen ?tr trains coin? We.-t; Ar ivcs at Knoxyillc. o:ot a.m.: leaves. .:!- a.m. 1' is-'cnger train going Last : Ari ivef at Kn .xville. 3:25 a-m.; leaves, o3 a.m. KNOXVILLE AND CHARLESTON R.R. A rrivps fit Tx noxville from ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 9 June 1872

vi c KNOXVILLE, TENN., SUNDAY, MORNING, JUNE 9, 1872. NO. 29. VOL. III. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. -o- CABLE. jscrllaneHS andVashino" News. HOMENHVVS. : ACqUITTAI. " 1r norSTOX. nmiiflsinff Storm J" the rtli mid ffwl. PinLvi)KU'i"A, June 8 A dispatch from lc- Ctle, Del., reports that Wm. J)eiinN the negro who outraged Miss Mary TJ'uJ'--of -AIarch 20' and escaped, was ruptured at Cliester last night and lodged in jail tin's morning. He confessed the ,..(m1, and threats of lynching were made l,v the people. J.'a ltimokk, June S. The Clerical Com ;uirtee !y which charges against Rev. Dr. L 1). Houston, of the M. E. Church South, have I teen investigated, and after a session of deliberation through the entire night. At live o'clock this morning declared him "not guilty" of the charges. Tu:ito, June 8. There wa a leariiu -tonu t-dav. An unfinished building was I-ro-trated, crushing an adjoining build ing. One person was killed and several fatal I v hurt. Two men were drowned n-hile crossing in...

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. — 9 June 1872

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. HITLE & RICKS, Proprietor. ISUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 9, 1872. THE LARGEST CIRCULATION Of Any Daily Published in East Tennessee. For President, ULYSSES S. GRANT, OK ILLINOIS. For Vice President, HENRY WILSON, OF MASSACHUSETTS. We learn that our old friend, Judge S. L. Childress, of Kingston, is a candidate for Attorney General in the Sd Judicial Circuit. The Judge has had wmc experi ence in that line, and has many warm friends who will cordially support him. Like Grant, Wilson is in favor of the kuldu x and other repressive laws for the South. Mem phis Appeal. Will the ApiKcd condescend to inform us how Horace Greeley stood on the ques tion "of the kuklux and other repressive laws for the South?" The two hundred and fifty Liberal Re publicans of Indiana have addressed a a letter to the Democratic leaders of that State, demanding that the "Liberals" shall Le represented on the State ticket. "When Greek meets Greek then comes the tug" for office. The Senatorial Com...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 9 June 1872

0 Railroads. Ileal Estate. 11 ft 1 J. .. . Jl. 1 1. FORMERLY E. J. SABTFORD CO Largest and Best Selected Stock of Drugs ever offered for Sale in the South. o AVith our increased fjcilUit for buiness, our larse stock, an-1 experience in the Drug Business, we feel safe in pledging that TRICES SHALL RE LOWER than ever ..lore siven in .hi. market. EXAMINATION OF OUR STOCK BY ALL BUYERS OF Driisrs, Patent Medicines. Paints, Oils, Glass, Cement, &c, And e.-reci;illy sidicit a continuance of patronage General 1872. SPRING. COWAN, M' CLUNG & CO WHOLESALE 1 I KNOXVILLE, Have their Four Story nml Basement Warehouse, eighty feet front by one hun ilri' l and Mxty-seven feet leep, stocked with FRESH SPRING GOODS, 1 1 wIulIi they invite the attention of Merchants. China, Queciiswaie, &c. CO 2L CD W in H - n z z n CO en n m CO CD C5 P3 d CO CD J Mish and rr E K o F r r rr s O tj. m h v --4 a- 1 K c 2 M " t-l H -W o 3 M o S3 C GO S o o x CRAIG ifc BARTLETT, (SUCCESSORS TO TARAVATER &...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 9 June 1872

WaniaFor Herd For Sale-Boarding Lost Found ictlt be inserted in thit column at 23 Cents each in nertion, net exceeding five lints; over five line 5 Cents '""h additional line icill be charged. THE DAILY CHRONICLE. 53UNDAY 3IOENING, JUNE 9, 187i CHKONICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET PLACE. Tho InrcPMt Clrcnlation of any Daily lii East Tennessee. Religions Notices. COLLEGE CHAPEL. Religious services will be held in the Chapel of the University at i o'cloek this afternoon, the Kcv. Mr. Ford of ficiating. FIRST BAPTIST. There will le Divine services in this church at the usual hours, lUi a. :i and 7:45 P. M., by the pastor, Rev. J. L. Lloyd. The public are cordially invited. .un a?y School at 9 A. i. SECOND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Rev. James A. Lyons will preach in the above church this morning at half past ten o'clock. There will be no service at night. The vosng msnof thecitv arc cordially invited to attend the Hoys' Prayer Meeting at the Sf-ormd Presbyterian Church chapel at two o'clock. CHURCH ST...

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

f ! VOL. III. KNOXVILLE, TENN., TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE ll, 1872. NO. 30. i LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. POKEIGX XEWS BY THE CABLE. Wsrf llaneons anira'n11 s. HOMEjfEWS. The Sfrikcs not rorinlilalIe-Tornalo in Ohio. .St Lons J"e 1- Preparation for the eighteenth Rational Sangerfest, which coinnu-iict's lwic on Wednesday next, are nearly completed. Senator churz and dovernor Brown, will deliver speeches of welcome to the so riVt ' from altroad, attending the JSanger 'erjt. Franz Aht will be present. IIoston, June 10. Delegates from the various trade unions of this vicinity ap pointed a committee, preliminary to or ganizing a grand union. Xkw Voimc, June 10. The cigar ma kers, wood carvers.' CJerman printers and liarli'.'is combined for a strike. The day is clear and warm. It is said that three hundred women will join the strikers procession. An immense crowd attended the bap tism, by immersion, of Miss Smiley, the Quakeress preacher, who will hereafter preach as an evangelical minister. At n m...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 11 June 1872

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. rLE A RICKS, Proprietors. TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE Jl, 187J THE LARGEST CIRCULATION Of Any Daily Published in East Tennessee. For President, ULYSSES S. GRANT, OF ILLIXOls. For Vice President, HENRY WILSON, OK MASSACHUSETTS. The Banner fears that the object of the Chronicle is to "deceive those innocent East Tennessee Mountaineers." Never mind, neighbor, those" innocent East Ten nessee Mountaineers" are not so " green " as to be easily deceived. They are as well posted about the Cincinnati Convention, and all other matters, as you fellows over there in the " ilat woods." The Banner wants to inform its East Tennessee Republican friends that the "biggest brains, and the mo!-t generally recognized respectability of the Republi can party," made up the Cincinnati Con vention. Such a statement might be made to "the marines" with propriety, but not to the "innocent East Tennessee mountaineers." Does the Banner present the Tennessee delegation to Cincinnati in evidence of t...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 11 June 1872

rT lTi HI 1 I lull n jj 1 1 - $ j g j FORMERLY n. J. SAXFORD fc Largest and Best Selected AVith nnr inrrrafd racil it if for bu.-illC.1 our larse than ever before given in this market. AVE ASK Drugs, Patent Medicines, Paints, Oils, Glass, Cement, &c. continuance of patronage from And e pciially fdicit a General Mcrcliandl.se. 1872. SPRING. COWAN, M' CLUNG & CO. WHOLESALE 1 KNOXVILLE, Have their Tour Story and Basement Warehouse, eighty feet front by one hun dred and sixty-seven feet deep, stocked with FRESH SPRING GOODS, t which they invite the attention of Merchants Sasli and o t-M 7: Hi m C r fc r W 5 CC 7: C M C 3 L. .w -J 7? A D C e r. 2. W m e K c 2 65 5 o -H H- r I" H i " 7J ? 11 N H 01 CRAIG & BARTLETT, (SUCCESSORS TO TARWATER k AMBROSE.) 3Xn.ntilactiircx!-! mid Dealers in Lumber, Sash, Blinds, SCROLL WORK, MOULDINGS, 3IcGIIEE Knoxville, Tennessee. They are abo rrerarcd, t (hort notice, to make all kinds of work usually connected with this bmnch of busi Q cm. nd a...

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

MVanhFor Rent For Sale Boarding Lost Found iciil be inserted in thit column ot 23 Cents each in e 'tion, not exceeding five lines; over five lines 5 Cents or each additional line will be charged. THE DAILY CHRONICLE. TUESDAY HORNING, JUNK 11, 1872. CHEOKICLE OFriCE 19 MAEKET PLACE. The'YarKestT-" Circulation ot any Daily lu Jfjasl Tennessee. r.lKMJ.Y ME1XQH' OWAI. KEI'aKT. Signal Servn--- t. 8. Army. K-oxvii.i.k. Ten.. June 10. 1S72. FEIAEE INSTITUTE. O - 4) ' Pi C - S o j t- W C c B C . a A. y. 1 r. m. 2CV.7 i.S 62'!s.W. 62 jN'.W. 0.10 Lt. Rain. Cloudy, ! Walking Cnucn. The F. T. J5. II- lias a tine variety of these in diMe;i -:ble articles. Notice There will be a meeting of the Board of Trade V.V.: the Tn,.iil :iv i A-eniiisr sit 8 o cluck. ly oracr oi l'rrsidv:it. E. P. Bulky, Sec'y Just Received. fnl! siinnlv of the natent llutin;: and flat irons combined. For sale by juuellot Hawkins, Butt cc Co. tiuiitg Home. A. larre number of mute- who have been at IimoI nt the Deaf and Dumb...

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

1 i- i KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY! MORNING, JUNE 12, 1872. VOl,. III. NO. 3i. ; i AT Jtr twiw f 1 p LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. v-nnrifiv vp.irs nr THE fABLEi -o- Wsnllaiiecus and Wasliinsloii News. WASHINGTON v(aiiivi:Tnv .Tune U. Tn the Senate T.if.iV moved to take up the re port of the Conference Committee on the Mil rn f rvi.i-iino- o-ave notice that if the bill wa? taken uj lie would speak at lea.-t two hours iirQMIst it. lair and Morton unrcd the importance of pas.sin.irt lie bill at tins session. A motion to take it up was lost. Yeas, j;,: nays, . And so the steamboat bill fail , il in the Senate. The failure in the House of the bill al lowing tugand. freight boats to carry ad ditional steam -was reported yesterday. The navigation laws remain unchanged. The White House is vacant. The occu juiits have gone to Long Branch. The HcrahV Washington dispatch says the failure of the treaty of Washington, so far as it relates to the Alabama claims, is at last conceded bv the President. Sche...

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