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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 30 June 1872

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. jrit & RICKS, Proprietors, SUKrAY MORNING, JUNE SO, 1872. THE LARGEST CIRCULATION Of Any Daily Published in East Tennessee. NATIONAL REPUBLICAS TICKET. Tor President, ULYSSES S. GRANT, For Vice President, HENRY WILSON, OF MASSACHUSETTS. TnE Chattanooga Times hopes to .e a Union of the Democratic and Liberal lie publicans in this State, with a view of di viding the offices after the fashion of Illi nois. " That is right. Run Fowler for Con gress from the State at large. Show your faith by your works. The Memphis Appeal terribly fright ened at the prospect of Shelby county and the Eleventh Congressional District be coming "Africanized." It beholds the fiendish black "spectres" in the future, and hair on end and distended eyes and mouth, it exhibits a very picture of terror. Wc sympathize with the Appeal in this its hour of trouble and dismal forebodings. By reference to a notice signed by IIu. L. McClung, Secretary of the Board of Trustees of the East Tennesse...

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. — 30 June 1872

n ttti THE DAILY CHRONICLE. Railroads Real Estate. jyKMEBLY lamest and ' Best Selected " .1 i i ...... rr incrcii.-cd f.icilUiei for biuiuc.-. our eVet teMf riven in this market, Wnrs. Vateat Medicines, Paints, Oils, Glass, Cement. &c. 1T5 e from i r-i ccinliy F"licit a continuum11' f j,;ttron;i, I'J OSPCCllIS'. 0AILYjlO a year ; WEEKLY $2; SEMI-WEEKLY $4. THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. THE BEST AND THE CHEAPEST P a p e r f o r 01VLV SI .V YEAK IIN LAKGK OLTJI5S Terms of the Weekly Tribune TO MAIL SUSBSCRI15EI. ' !-;e col'', one year "2 issues, l ive copies, one year o2 issues TO CNE ADDRESS. .t ine Test-Office. 10 copies $1 "Ocach. v) copies 1 -5 each. i copies .' -" 1 W ert' h. And and Extra to ench CluK THE NEW YORK WEEKLY TRiBUNE "- -ro'.'k Finaiieii. Cttie, Dry Goods, and General Market Reports. . . I '.eFuU Report of the American Institute Fanners' Club, and the various Agricultural. Reports, and i":t-le- hy the mo-t Eminent Agriculturist? in each number, are richly worth a year s su...

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. — 30 June 1872

a r . r- C,7 TlnnrJlnnTsiftt Found U inert in thi. column at 25 Cents each trtion. not exceeding five lines; over five lines 5 " or each additional line will le charged. THE DAILY" GHItONIOLK. SUNDAY MOKXI"G, JUN-E SO, lbTi CHRONICLE OITICE-19 HAEKET PLACE. hT IKe lao "f y lu East Tennessee. PFttUAN LUTHERAN -Service t Wl 2lS Sunday ScUl at Ji A. M. All are in vite3to attend. .,nrrf,u METUODIST LTISCOl'AL CUl Sited "outbwest comer ol Clinch and Prince 5?cet Preaching Sabbath 13 a. M., and 81 r. t ' "sabbath ScboSl at 3 a. m Prayer meo Ung n-,w vR? m The pastor will Prt'acl1 l K m to the children, using the blackboard. All partus are rrquel-d to bring or send their S Kov. jK. blinllz - 1 preach at M km. ALL SKAlb. AUlldvL CUUKCH ST. II. JS. CHUECH. SOUTIL-Preachin"- this morning, by the Lev. Mr. Lowry, of Selma, Alabama. FIRST BAPTIST. -There will be Divine services in this church at the usual hours jOI A. M and 7:45 p. m., by the pastor, Rov. J L. Lloyd. The public are cordially inv...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 2 July 1872

-J: V-l VOL. III. KNOXVILLE, TENN., TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 2, 1872. NO. 48. wm LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. -o- KOREIGX- NEWS BT THE CABLE o Miscellaneous and Washington News o HOME HEWS. HOT WEATHER AND Sl'ASTROKE. The "World In Painful Rnspens. Bostok, July 1. The Irish hand arrived this mornincrand proceeded direct to the quarters prepared for them. At the Everett House to-morrow morning a pub He reception will be given the band by the Irish societies. In Boston and vicinity the weather is the hottest of the season. Buffalo. July 1. Jacob Dodd's pork establishment was burned to-day. The loss is estimated at $700,000. Hojrs on the upper floors were roasted alive. New York, July 1. The weather last night and to-day was intensely hot, the thermometer continuing at about tty ae "rrees. The reports from the Eastern states represent the heat as being very great yes terdav. The World to-day says Greeley's nomm- tion at Baltimore is a foregone conclusion and there are no indications of a formid a...

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. — 2 July 1872

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. BrXE A RICKS, Proprietor. TUESDAY HORNING, JUNE 2, 1872. THE LARGEST CIRCULATION Of Any Daily Published in East Tennessee. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET. For President, ULYSSES S. GRANT, OF ILLINOIS. For Vice President, HENRY WILSON. OF MASSACHUSETTS. Our Memphis contemporaries are paj' ing some attention to Barbour Lewis, Col. Hudson aud others. This means, we sup pose.that Judge Lewis and . his associates are making themselves felt in the cam paign. The Greeley organs up North arc circu lating rather boastfully a phrenological chart of Greeley's head and claiming that " he never struck a man or fought a duel." That may do for an electioneering dodge there, but it wont do with the Southern chivalry. They had better stop that chart as soon as possible. The Supreme Court of Tennessee, in a recent case from Memphis, decided that the city authorities had no authority to compel property holders to pay a pro rata tax for the paving of streets in front of their lots. A g...

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

(111 111 fill H1t1 UIi.I j.J., WHOLESALE AND MANUFACTURING FORMERLY. E. J. 8 AS FORD A CO.- Largest and Best Selected With our hcrl bclliti.. for busies, oar W stock, and experience In ft. Bret Trede. -e feel eafe to ptaltiu that HIKES SHALL BE LOWER than ever tefore given in this market. . att bitvptki nv AVE ASK ATI EXAMINATION OF OUR STOCK BY ALL BLxERS OF Driiiss, Patent Medicines, Paints, Oils, Glass, Cement, &e,, nd especially folicit a continuance of patronage from DAILY $10 a year; WEEKLY $2; SEMI-WEEKLY $4. THE WEEKLY" TRIBUNE THE BEST AND THE CHEAPEST . Paper for Ea r me r s. OlVLY 51 A. YEAR I1V LA11GE CLUBS Terms of the Weekly Tribune TO MAIL SUSBSCRIBER. One copy, one year 52 issues. Five copies, one year 52 issues TO ONE ADDRESS. All at one Post-Office. 10 copies SI -r0 each. 20 copies - 1 25 each. 50 copies 1 00 each. And and Extra to each Club, THE NEW YORK WEEKLY TRiBUNE Stock FinanciU Cattle. Dry Goods, and General Market Reports, , . . . ,4 - , . , To e Fu? Re...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 2 July 1872

Wants For Rent-For Sale-Boarding Loit Found -voxll be inserted in this column at 25 Cents each in trtlon. not exceeding five Unet; over Jive line S.Ceuts or each additional line will be charged. "' Business a Men. HAVE YOIT SEEN IT? THE "OCOEE'ItEC ISTfcK" is circulated all over the S uth.andia the cheapest and best advertising medium in this sec tion. Send for sample copy, Cleveland. Tenn. je25 THE DAILY CHRONICLE. TUESDAY -MORNING, JUNE 2, 1872. CHEONICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET PLACE. The Ijirjjcst Circulation of any Dnlly in i:st Tennessee. Picnic on the fourth. iThe Machinists and Blacksmiths' .Union of thscity wit I go on a picnic excursion on the Fourth. The place has not yet been designat ed, but will bo announced in to-morrow's issue. Tax " Sales. n accordance with the law made and provid ed in tuch cases, on yesterday the sale of prop erty for county and corporation taxes touK place. There was some interest manifested, but not much enthusiasm. who takes the iremtum ? Jesse Willia...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 3 July 1872

I m 4 1 I knoxville; ;tnn4 - Wednesday morning, july 3, 1 872. NO. 49. VOL. III. r ; -- - : "r? ; : i - ,.';. ?s w -..i . ; k'-i ..s fi; iu. t: - s . - r--v .-. - .' .' - . ' ' ' LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. FOREIGN NEWS Br THK CABLE. o HOME NEWS. THE HEATED TERM. Sunstroke the Order or lbe Day. New York, July 2. The police reported o7 sunstrokes several fatal. Thermometer, ntS o'clock this morning, 90. " The Herald lias a long account from Stanley, narrating adventures in reaching Ujiji, where he came up with Livingston, whose story is as follows: In March 18T6, he informed the Herald explorer, he started with twelve Sepoyp, nine Johanna men and Liberitc slaves. He travelled up the Haven na river.but be fore they had been gone very long the men became frightened at the nature of the journey and the reports of hostile tribes up the country through which they were to pass, and at length they deserted him, and us a cover to their cowardice in doing so, circulated the report of his death. Liv ...

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

W-!WiJJ8fifll THE DAILY CHRONICLE. FEXE A KICKS, Proprietors. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 3, 1872. THE LARGEST CIBCTJIiATIOJf Of Any Daily Published in East Tennessee. 5ATI0XAL REPUBLICAN TICKET. . Pot President, ULYSSES S. GRANT, OF ILLINOIS. For Yica President, HENRJ WILSON. - - OF MASSA.CIIUSETTS. '1- - - - The Greeley orcan says the selection of Settle of North Carolina, for President of the Philadelphia Convention was a Wil-j .son move. It tells a story, then, of. Iiow j Colfax was defeated, .because the chairman of the Tennessee delegation' could not get the floor to change the 24 votes of this State to Colfax. The whole story is faUo The Tennessee delegation stood 24 for May uard. Their second choice stood, 16 for Colfax and 8 for Wilson. No effort was made to change its vote, and this little story is moonshine.; V:;tJ".f- ' The sentiment which lurks in genial lo calities and developed itself as' in' the case of the outrageous attack last week on Judge Settle, of North Carolina, ...

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

0 THE DAILY:' CHRONICLE. Railroads. Real Estate s. tTOLESALE AND ;; M AOTGTTTRING FORMERLY E. J. SASrOBD A CO. Largest and Best Selected With on'r iacKm4 fncillfe for Mm our Unt .lock. d rcrtac. In" the Dn.Tr.de. w. feci ate in phOdx t PRICES S1I4M, BE LOWER than ever tefore given in this market. r T .TT rttvvh; OT? ' WE ASK AN EXAMINATION OF OUR STOCK BY ALL BUI EKb OF Drugs, Patent Medicines, Paints, Oils, i Glass, Cem Al wcWb-fJWt wiHmuk of MlM IWw n tlx, wli. tow UmUti mint Iimtote. jf? .4 taw. . . SAHFORD, CHAMBER LAI H & ALDERS. " n . Dry Goods, Prospectus. ,,iv DAILY $10 a year; WEEKLY $2; SEMI-WEEKLY $4. THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE THE BEST AND THE CHEAPEST ; ; , Paper for Farmers. YEAR ONLY SI Terms of the Weekly Tribune TO MAIL SUSBSCRIBER. One copy, one year 52 issues, Five copies, one year 52 issues TO ONE ADDRESS. All at one Post-Office. 10 copies $1 f-0 each. 20 copies ...... ............ 1 25 each. 50 copies 1 00 each. And and Extra to each Club. THE NEW YORK WEEKLY TRiBUN...

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. — 3 July 1872

-3. innrud fit lW column l 23 Cent, eaci -ertio. not exceeds five Ur,; over five Uiu, 5 Cent. or each additional He wM be charged. THE DAILYjHBOKIOLE. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 3, 1872. CHEOHICLE OFFICE 19 MARKETPLACE. "The Lncest Circulation of nnj Daily lu kMHl Tennessee. ; ELECTION TICKETS. Candidates lor OlHce In the various counties of Et Tenneee can have Tickets printed at the CHRONICLE JOB OFFICE, at lowest rates. KEKD ORDER EARLY to avoid confusion about election time. tf What we know about Cbenp Books. Go to the E. T. B. H- and see the quantities offered at half tbice. "Rprf Cloud" "Big Foot" and "Spotted Tall '' are requested to meet at the " Big Tree" at eight o'clock this evening. By order of the Howling Hyexa." Melons. Peter R. Knott is happy over the fact of in troducing the first water melons of the season, It. the Store of Roehl and Knott, Market square. He sells cheap. They are good for we tried them. Store Robbery Last night while waiting on a customer, Mr. I E Barry...

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. — 4 July 1872

. i t t t I . r t , , J . . - ! KNOXVILLE, TENN;, THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 4, 1872. NO. 50. VOL. III. & w IMP ?wW LATEST BYTELEGRAPH. FOREIGN XB1VS BV THE CABLE. ' O fiisceUaneons and Washington News. HOME NEWS. Fires In New fork. Xew York, July 3. Between 1 and 2 o'clock this morning a fire broke out on the corner of Elm and Read streets, de stroying Taylor & DarreH's paper ware house and damaged the building and busi ness materials of the coumpany. The gas works, paper box factory of Selchow, Hitz's book biniery,and Jones & Kirtlands fancy ironworks. Loss $200,000. The number oc sun strokes yesterday were nearly two hundred and the deaths rejorted were alout sixty of this city, al though there were numerous cases not known to the police. The heat continues to-day. ' . A committee of the Employees Lmon have issued an address to the workmen, appealing to them to resume labor, which is being distributed to-day,-In German and English by the thousand. Tne Court room was crowd...

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. — 4 July 1872

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. BCLE 3t RICKS, Proprietors THUESDAY MORNING, JULY 4, 1872. THE LARGEST CIRCULATION - Cf Aaj Daily PuDlisned In East Tennessee. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET. - --. For President, . ULYSSES S.-: GRANT, OF ILLINOIS. For Vice President, HENRY WILSON, OF MASSACHUSETTS. Democrats who desire to know some, thing of the record of their candidate for Prepident and 'want to study the former intimate and pleasant relations he sus tained to them, Trill find interesting read ing on the eubject in another column. - We learn from the Union and Amcriv.m that the claims of Gen.. J. D. C. Atkins, and Dorsey B. Thomas, candidates for Con gress in the 7th district, are to be settled by a primary election to be held on the same day of the August elections. . This mode of settling differences between rivals is be coming popular in West Tennessee. ; The favorite method here is to hold secret meet ings in second stories of buildings, and not to consult the wishes of aspirants at all. c , ...

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. — 4 July 1872

ffltlff; 1 fll Iff 11 fil!ili,idl. I Jil . luilil- LB Cil L BJtJ.il WHOLESALE AND MANUFACTURING , FORMERLY E. J. SAXFORD fc Largest and Best Selected ir.,v z.' . r.:i::. fr Winps.. onr larsrc II 11U VUI Vil.-Wl Wlll'io 1 . ' " - " than ever before given in this market. v .TT TTrrT?3 nv WE ASK AN EXAMINATION OF OUR STOCK BY ALL BLYERS OF Drugs, Patent Medicines, Paints, Oils, Glass, Cement,.; &c, And epc-ially solicit a continuance of patronage from DAILY $10 a year; WEEKLY $2; SEMI-WEEKLY $4. THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. THE BEST AND P ap f o r e r OIVLY ,1 A. YEAR IN LABGE CLUBS Terms of the Weekly Tribune TO MAIL SUSBSCRLBER. One copy, one year 52 issues. Five copies one year 52 issues TO ONE ADDRESS. All at one Post-Office. 10 copies SI f0 each. 20 copies 1 25 each. 50 copies . 1 00 each. And and Extra to each Club. THE NEW YORK WEEKLY TRiBUNE Stock. FinanciJ. Cattle, Dry Goods, and General Market Reports. . p..ta Tne Full Reports of the American Institute Farmers' Club, and the vario...

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. — 4 July 1872

WanttFor Bent-For SaU Boarding Lott Found will be inserted in tU column at 23 Cents each in ertion. not exceeding jive Until over Jive line 5 Cents or each Additional line will be charged ' THE DAILY: OHRONIULE. THURSDAY- HORXIKG, JULY 4, 1872. CKR0NICL2 OFFICE 19 MARKET PLACE. The Ljii-Kest CIrenlatlon In Caat Tennessee. - of any Dally JTo Paper To-Moitow. To-day being the 4lh, in accordance with t'tne-honored custom, there will be no papers isiUw1 J from either office to-morrow. t - - r. - - - r Kent. .... The prettiest Cottage in Knoxville furnisher1. Situated en Main struct. Apply to riil-St. AViLLE.3ItTATH. Post Offie Honrs. tho office will bo Anitr ft i 9 r t ffsT thft delivery 01 Wpi uuij iivui a. j. . - f he mails.-.? " . - ' - - .- ,, ..' - I on n tain Fire company Xo. 1 Will meet to-night at their office for the pur p .-e f electing oScers for the next six months. All the members are requested to be present. Wm. Coffmax. Temperance Address. Kev. U. W. Charlton and frof. i....

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 6 July 1872

ffrr'irf' III 111 ! . . KNOXVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 6, 1872. YOL. HI. NO. 51. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. FOREIGN XE1FS BY THE CABLE. o Miscellaneous and Washington Sews. o DREADFUL AFFRAY L ALABAMA. Colored Picnic Fired info by Alabama Roughs. Five Colored and Three White Men Wounded. SPECIAL TO THE DAILY CHRONICLE. Chattasoooa, Tex jr., July 5, 1872. A. colored picnic, on the morning of the 4th, went to Allen's Springs, forty-two miles out on the Alabama and Chattanooga Railroad. "When they arrived there the- found fourteen vliite men, mountain roughs, ARMED WITH OUK.S AKI) CLUBS, having other arms stacked in an old house a hort distance ofT. The colored people had paid .ten dollars for the use of the grounds. The whites gold whisky to the Llacks in the woods and disturbed the dancing. The blacks remonstrated, causing fading. Six more whites came in the afternoon. WIJITK EOIGHS JiKGlX THE BATTLE. At 1 o'clock the blacks started for the train, when the whites attacked them. T...

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

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. BUL.E A KICKS, Proprietors, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY G, 1872. THE LARGEST CIRCULATION Of Any Daily Published in East Tennessee. . NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET. i For President) ULYSSES S. GRANT,' OF ILLINOIS. Tor Vice President, HENRY WILSON, OF MASSACHUSETTS. " The Avalanche is making a bitter war fare against that peculiarly,. Democratic feature in the new Constitution, which disfranchises a man who is. so unfortunate as to not have money to pay his poll tax. Here is a specimen paragraph: Under the new Constitution of Tennessee two facts render a man ineligible as a voter having served a term in the penitentiary and being too poor to pay poll tax. ' -t And here another : i One of the heauties of the new Constitution o i its treatment of novertv as a crime. - The man unable to pay a poll tax of one dollar i-deprived of tae right to votc. - - It is proper to add that, ' by an act -.of the Legislature, this, odious, relic of roy alty does not go into effect until nex...

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 July 1872

9 FORMERLY E. J- SASrORD A CO. stn. Largest and Best Selected Stock of Drugsrever offered for Sale in the South. - -o With our increased facilities for business, our larsc stock, and experience in the Drug Trade, we feci safe in pledging that PRICES S II ALL BE LOWER than ever teiore given in tfiis market. rmvirna nv WE ASK AN EXAMINATION OF OUR STOCK BY ALL BL YLKb Oi Drugs, Patent Medicines, Paints, Oils, Glass, Cement, &c, And e penally solicit a continuance of patronage from all those who have favored so liberally heretofore either lof the o'd firms. SANFORP. CHAMBERLAIN & ALBERS. Prospectus. y 4 - a x riit jhc- 'n DAILY $10 a year; WEEKLY $2; SEMI-WEEKLY $4. THE WEEKLTTBIBraE." THE BEST AND THE CHEAPEST Paper for Earners. ONLY J551 A. YEAR IIN LARGE CLTJI3S Terms of the Weekly Tribune TO MAIL SUSBSCRLBER. One copy, one year 52 issues. Five copies, one year 52 issues TO ONE ADDRESS. All at one Post-Office. 10 copies SI r 0 each. 20 copies 1 25 each. 50 copies .. - 1 CO e...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 6 July 1872

Wants For Rent For SaleBoarding Lost Found will be inserted in thi column at 23 Cents each, in ertion, not exceeding five limit over Jive lintt 5 Cents or earh additional lint will It charged. THE DAILY CHRONICLE. SATURDAY MORNING, JULY C, 1872. CHRONICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET PLACE. rise Largest Clrtmlatlon n tast Tennessee. of any Dally 1'nueral. ' Tha funeral of the infant daughter of Samuel and Lcvinia Gordon will take place at Soilon Cnurch, at 4 r. m. ' Fine Potkft Cutlery. We saw' at the E. T. B. H. the' finest assort ment cf Pockej Knives in the cit3. Lost. A liuld Sleeve-button. The finder will be rewarded by leaving it with Joszru ooi, 1 - Jeweler, Gay street. 1'. Heart & Bro 132 Gay Street, Art now offering their tock of Summer Cloth ing at very low price, in order to reduce their Ltock. Please call and see before purchasing elsewhere. vuGdtf Personal. Rev. Alex. Cowan, of Middle Tennessee, Stated Clerk of the Southern Presbyterian ynod, arrived in this eity yesterday, en ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 7 July 1872

J (7 (r- A- If T 1 ! I . ' f ft k .ill, . , i r f t IV 1': r: y. y". ' VOL. III. KNOXVILLE, TENN., SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 7, 1872. NO. 52. ?ifi 11- iff i n ! CLttfjilttoLjE " LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. -o- foreign xEirs by the cable. -o tJisccllaneous and Washington Sews. -o HOME NEWS. A DEMOCRATIC EDITOR'S LSCAPE. Fire In Richmond. Richmond, Va., July G. At half past one o'clock this morning, I). U. Mayo & Co 's tobacco factory was destroyed hy tire. Loss, $60,000. Insurance, nearly SoO.000, principally in Northern compa nies. The factory was the largest In lucu mond. During the fire, a young lady- daughter of Kev. M. NY. htaples, late o Vpw York, aent of the American Bible Society dropped dead in her chamber. from excitement. New York, July G. A Port au Prince Ifttersavs the Havtien Legislature has agreed to pay the American claims in twenty years, and that the Americans are about to Detition their Government to seuu naval vessels and follow the example of the Germans. Judge McCunn di...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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