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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 26 July 1872

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. PH-E t RICKS, Iroprlctors. FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 20, 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-. Senator TirroN had three Irotbcrs-in-law a, nephew ami a son appointed to of fice, and tried to have another son ap pointed to a valuable Consulship. He is op posed to nepotism, and for that reason will not vote for Grant. ; ; . Senator Conkling in4 his speech at New York on Tuesday evening said that Mr. Greeley once told the President that, in his opinion, offices should never be given to those who could take care of them selves, but should bo kept for thor-e who couldn't make a living any other way. The friends of Mr. Greeley will regret to learn from our dispatches.of this morn ing that owing to the clandestine exploits of a Times reporter, the philosopher will not give any more Saturday afternoon en tertainments...

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. — 26 July 1872

C n Frespecfus. DAILY $10 a year ; WEEKLY niE AVEBKLT THE BEST Aiu a r Pape I o r YEAR r SI of the Weekly Tribune TO MAIL BUSBSCKIBER. , Terms nnnvcar o2i?.-ucs. V, ve comes. tnejei . one rear j sues TO CNE ADDRESS. All at one roft-Offsre. 10 copies : ; " 20 copies " SI M) each. , 1 25 each. 1 00 each. I vi pones And and Extra to each Club, THE NEW YORK . . .u. ErCtnrlals in the DAILY r... ',,.,nn,int.- Latest News bv Cable: Proceedings of r r -a l n i m i un.'iiauv ' nvi w . - - in? Financial. Cattle, Dry Goods, aud General Market rtiole by tne most riminm AKricuimrirti-''- m ru imui. v, Wvriri v Triritne A" i m.tu,ls ..f AffriPiilture and New Implements receive due attention in the N kekly 1kibuk. Thi iiORT CULTURAL DEPARTMENT is undrrthe charge of Mr. P, T. Wcinn. wno wm u,u (rti. leon th Management of Small Farms. Fruit and Vegetable Culture, and how to make them ra. AS A FAMILY NEWSPAPER . . . w a., tup TPTRTTMR shrill keen in the advance of Til K U EEKLY lKlliUts pre-inenu ......

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 July 1872

THE DAILY CHROKIOLE. FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 2;, 1372. CHEOHICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET PLACE. The I-rjccst Circulation of nnj Dally In East Tennessee. Silnation Wanted. A 3'oung man wants a situation as salesman r porter can gire good references. Apply at this office. G. D. S. T. ; ' ' TheCrnnd Division of Sons of Temperanc e, met at Philadelphia. Tenn., on yesterday. We will have a report of the proceeding in to-morrow.- - t The neat Place Is the most attractive therefore go to the !E. T. B. H. for new books, croquet, etc., etc. Kxodns or KnoxTtlliann. Mr. T. N McMullen and family, and Mr, Thos. Salmon left for Dallas, Texas.on the 11:U0 train yesterday. Col. B. P. Stacy and family, Mr. R. L. Kirknatrick,our friend and quondam schoolmate, and Mr. Andrew Lord, also left on the same train lor Houston, Texas. Who next ? The Weather. Tis said that the Rev. Henry -Ward Beechcr once commenced a sermon by the rather pro fane remark: " It's d hot." Now it is true that the reverend gentleman has 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. — 27 July 1872

A r- Y . 7 5 ' ' ! ' i i VOL. ITI. KNOXVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 27, 1872; NO. 69. t .-J I v J WT'iww-iriir is " 111 l 1 1 IE 3 II Itl S3 III Iff iti Mil III LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. ORLIGN NEWS .BY THE CABLE. Wscellancous and Washington Sows. , ii HOME NEWS. IN'ew Yoke, July 26. Dr. Simon P Taft, of New York, baa been arrested on a charge of fatal aDoruon. Tlie Herald publishes a letter from Dr. Livingstone to James Gordon Bennett. Jr.,which fully corroboates Stanley's nar.r rative. The Ilcrahl has a special asserting that Schurz has a letter from (Jen. Pleasanton. while he was Commissioner of Internal Revenue, explicitly proposing a trade of jmtronage lor bchurz' support of the San jjonuiigu aaucAituuii question. Carl hchuiz and ex-Senator Do. ttle left to-day for rsorth Carolina. At the meeting of the commission nier chants to-day, the committee submitted a report embodying the following recom meudations : The establishment of a uni form rate of brokerage; minimum rates of...

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. — 27 July 1872

T H E DAILY CHRONICL E. BVJ.K A RICKS, Proprietor, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 27, 1872. THE LARGEST CIRCUtATIOW Of Any Daily Published in East Tennessee. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET. For President, ULYSSES S. GRANT, OF ILLINOIS. " For Tice President, HENRY WILSON, OF MASSACHUSETTS. Thk Greeley organ says that Gov. Hold en has been appointed a mail agent in North Carolina, so as to be used for Grant. The fact is, Gov. Holden holds no position in the Tostofiice Department, nor has he held such an office. His son is a Special Agent of the Tostoflice Department. Cu mulative lying is the order of the day with Greeley organs. ' WHO COMMITTED THE EOEGEEY ! Some days ago the Greeley organ of this city published a letter from General But- terfiell to General Grant, acknowledging the receipt of the New York donation of one hundred thousand dollars. That letter was dated February 17, eighteen hundred and bixty-nine. We proved yesterday con clusively by a letter of General Horace Porter's that the d...

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. — 27 July 1872

g ED a. r r DAILY $10 a year; WEEKLY THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. THE BEST AND THE CHEAPEST Paper for OF a r m e r s. OIy Si A. YEAR IN LARGE CLTJJ3S Terms of the Weekly Tribune TO MAIL SUSBSCRIBER. One copy, one year-Missues. -Five copies, one year fi issues TO ONE ADDRESS. All at one Post-Office. " 10 copies St1;'?CaCJ- 20 copies !SeaCJ 50 copies . ....... 1C0 each. And and Extra to each Club, I THE NEW YORK WEEKLY TRiBUNE retains the important Editorials published in the DAILY TRIBUNE'; Reviews of Books ; Letters from ou Corrppondente: Latest News by Cable : Proceedings of Congress; Foreign News by Cable and Steamer Stock! Financial. Cattle, Dry Goods, and General Market Reports, . . , , , The Full Reports of the American Institute Farmers' Club, and the various Agricultural. Reports, and rticles by the most Eminent Agriculturists, in each number, are richly worth a year's subscription. Improved methods of Agriculture and New Implements receive due attention m the Weekly ABIBCNe. The HORT...

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. — 27 July 1872

THE DAILY C H R 0 X 1 0 LE . LATUKDAYOKNIKG. JULY 27, 1872. CHROSICLZ OFFICE 19 KARKET PLACE. Th t,irKC!t Circulation of nny Iailjr in Enst Tennessee. Great bargain in Linen Shirtings at Eayl'fi. vii'JTdiL Jim Kay is still prosecuting loyal, claims be fore t!ie Southern Claims Commission. K. Buttcrirk A lo.' rnltern. In cw stock this day rkecived at No. 4ii 0y ttreet Siid for a catalogue. If vou want to buy a bargain in a valuable building lot, attend our largo auction sale on Monday next, at four o'clock. McCalltjm & Co., Auctioneers. One. hundred and seventy-five Building Lots n the Montgomery Pike to he sold without ( re serve on Monday at 4 o'clock ; one, two and .l , McCali.tjm & Co. i;tiv J X. - Auctioneers. Melons on Jce. If you want the very best watermelons in the market, go to B. W. feeder corner of Gay and Clinch streets. Ho keeps them on co and buys none but the best. Try him and prove for yourselves the truth of what ho says. I J Meeting I-at Night. "Without any...

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. — 28 July 1872

VOL. III. KNOXVILLE, TENN., SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 28 , 1872. NO, 70. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. FOREIGN NEWS BY THE CABLE. Uisccllaneons and Washington News. o- POLITICAL. If. U. WRITES AXOTHER LETTF.lt. The JVorU Carolina Election. Washington, July 27. Schurz departed las r.,- North Carolina. A letter from Pleasanton fully sustains Schurz in his statement that patronage was the wages of loyalty in lDG canw ioinir.go mailer. 1'leas ntn's letter concludes : "I may console my self with the reflection that this is tho first time any statement of mine has been questioned, while the President has had occasion before this to distrust the accuracy of his recollection." Boutwell is absent from the city. Creswell is coins: to stump Michigan. Administration circles are boastful regarding North Carolina. 1 hey say only a lull Conser vative and Democratic vote can beat them, which they do not apprehend. New York, July 27. A "Washington dis patch says that Consular Agent Starring!, re- port in me case ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 28 July 1872

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. RULE A KICKS, Proprietors. SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 28, 1872. THE LARGEST CIRCULATION Of Any Daily Published in East Tennessee. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET. For President, ULYSSES S. GRANT, OF ILLINOIS. For Vie President, HENRY WILSON, OF MASSACHUSETTS. Will the Greeley organ furnish evi dence that it clipped aforrcd date from the Philadelphia Age, showing that a let ter was written by General Grant iin .1869, acknowledging the receipt of a'donatlon, when it was really written in 186(5, or will it acknowledge that it committed the for gcry! Come out "like a little man" and oavii up, or show your innocence. It seems a little singular, that General Pleasanton should be selected to prove 'that the President is guilty of making im proper propositions in reference to patron age, in order to secure the support of Sen ators for the Sauto Damingo scheme, when it is known that the General was never considered a favorite at headquarters. But for the disagreement of General Ple...

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. — 28 July 1872

Frospectus. DAILY $10 a year ; WEEKLY THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. THE BEST AND THE CHEAPEST. Pa ner for Farmers. ,V YKAK ONLY Terms of the Weekly Tribune TO MAIL SUSBSCRIBER. T i ' One copy, one ycar52issu. y: t Five topics, one i&acs TO ONE ADDRESS. All nt one Post-Office. lOcopiei " t 23 copies - 50 each. ... 1 25 each. ... 1 00 each. SO monies And and Extra to each Club, THE NEW YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE CynUins the important Editorials published in the DAILY TRIBUNE"; Reriewg of Books : Letters from on Corr'npondents: Latest News by Cable; Proceedings of Congress; Foreign News by Cable and Steamer stock. FinancUI. Cattle, Dry Goods, and General Market Reports, Tne Full Reports of the American Institute Farmers' Club, and the various .Agricultural Reports, and itwles by the most Eminent Agriculturists, in each number, are richly worth a year's subscription. Improved methods of Agriculture and New Implements receive due attention in the Weekly Tribune. The HORTICULTURAL DEPARTMENT is under ...

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. — 28 July 1872

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. jSUXDAY MORNING, JULY 28, 1872. CHBOKICLE OFFICE 19 MASKET PLACE. Tb Ijrrest Cirrulailon of any Inlly in ast Tennessee. Religions Notices. CHURCH ST. M. E. CHURCH, SOUTIL Services at the usual hour, lOi A. M., by Lev. I. K. McAnnally, D. D., the paster, lvev. G.D. French, being absent ST JOHN'S EPISCOPAL. Services in the morning at 10 and in the evening at 8 o'clock, by Rev. J. Howard Smith, Rector. BROAD ST. M. E. CHURCH, SOUTH. Service at 10 a.m., by Rev. Geo Fitch, and at 8 P. by Rev. D. R. McAnnally, D. D. All are invited. CHURCH OF EPIPIIANY.-Sabbath School, 9 o'clock a.m. Services by the Rector at 10:30 a. M., and 8:30 r. M. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN. Services at the usual hours by Rev. James Park. Sun day School at 9 A. M. Strangers are invited to attend all theie services. SECOND PRESBYTERIAN C1IURC1L Tbcre will be services in the above church at 10 a. M., and 8 o'clock, r. M.. by the pastor, Rev. N. Bach man. CATHOLIC CHURCH. First mass will oc cur at 8 o'cloc...

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 July 1872

J 7 v. 5 : ! , 1 1;- VOL. III. KNOXVILLE, TENN., TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 30, 1872. NO. 71. 3 I ! ATEST BY TELEGRAPH. KORCItiX NEWS BY THE CABLE. ILsccUaneous"andSas&lnton Ncws' HOME NEWS. New Yokk, July 29;-The Radical wing of the Intcrnationlists of this city met ,..i0,r ;.nl a committee was appointed r issue an address the working people e of the United states, setting forth the merits of the Council, and giving the case of the late jplit- , . . .. The excise law was strictly enforced in Sew York aud Brooklyn yesterday, and scarcely one liquor saloon was found open. A meeting of prominent Italians was hold lat night to make arrangements for the celebration of unification of Italy. An Executive Committee was appointed to consider the matter. The French Internationals at their regu lar meeting yesterday repudiated the as sessment levied on them for the expenses of n delegate to the Universal Congress and resolved to send a representative of their own. Mr. Greeley has engaged quart...

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. — 30 July 1872

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. KULE A RICKS, Proprietors. TUESDAY MORNING, JULY SO, 1872. THE LARGEST CIRCULATION Of Any Daily Published in East Tennessee. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET. For President, ULYSSES S. GRANT, OK ILLINOIS. ! ; For Vice President, HENRY WILSON, OF MASSACHUSETTS. WHO COMMITTED THE FORGERY ! The Press and llcrahl does not answer our demand to produce the Philadelphia Age, from which it pretended to clip the forged letter of General Grant's ac knowledging the receipt of the New York testimonial fund. That letter was dated 1S69 instead of 1SG6. . Who committed the infamous act ? Let the Greeley organ clear it-s skirts or stand convicted of forgery, in addition to the other disgraceful offenses proved against it. TOO FAST. The New York Tribune of the 27th pub lishes a list of Grant's defaulters now sup porting him.' Among the list we find this: Kx -Congressman "Win. B. Stokes, Supervisor of Internal Revenue for Tennessee ; arretted in Washington, Oct. 26, 1871 ; arcessory to...

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 July 1872

Prospectus. DAILY-' $10 a year ; WEEKLY THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. . THE BEST AND THE CHEAPEST V a p e r f o r F a r m e r s. OInLy .V YEAH TINT large clubs , Terms ol the Weekly Tribune TO MAIL SUSBSCIUKER. - ' One cory. one ycar-K jn. " live copies one year-.'-TO CNE ADDRESS. U at one Post-Gflice. 10 copies 20 copies SI f0 each. 1 1 25 each. 1 b0 each. And Extra t0 cach CIu, THE NEW YORK r nfi;o the important E litoriab; published in the DAILY (''.rropondents: Latent News by Cable; Proceedings of :5 on the Management of Small Farms, Fruit and i i7..,-.n.i.iK t c. urv uoxis. ana ucncraLiUarket Kenorts. " T:'e Full Report of the American Institute Farmers' Club, and the various Agricultural Reports, and -"..Ics by the most Kminent Agriculturists, in each number, are richly worth a year's subscription. ' -ipr Tod mrt'io'l' f Agriculture and Nc-.y Implements receive due attention in the AV keki.y Tribune. ..i ' 1 Ir I l T TPI n .TIT I? A I. It ri'A'RTM RVT i nnHpr lk h- rrn nf 1VT r P T I - ...

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 July 1872

THEJPAILY CHRONICLE. TUKSDAYMOBNING, JULY CO, IST'J. chronicle office io market place. The I-Hrjcest Circulation 1 nny Inllj Iti Kant. Tennessee. i fcoinj; Goins Ciolns Going: That immense slock of Books offered at half price at the E. T. IS. II. Wanted. Immediately. JO.000 bushels of Wheat, "White and lied. I lie wheat must be well cleaned. viiuOd&wlL Allison & McClusu. lok Out! Secure your seats in thej" Lightning Ex press" which will leave for Lea's Springs on Wednesday at 3 o'clock r. M. Fare-One dollar each way. Time, three Lours and a half. tirant and Wilson at Campbell's Station The Republicans of the 10th civil district will organize a Grant and "NVilsn Campaign Club lo-night at Campbell's Station. Speeches will be made by Hon. Geo. Andrews, and A. J. Kicks, Esq. Frc-.li tirapes. Henry McLain has made arrangements with Chancellor Temple to keep for sale constantly a resh fcupily of the Judge's best grapes. Call at McLains, on 3Iarket Square, four doors north of the C...

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. — 31 July 1872

.-.' s ! 1 J. lit KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY! MORNING, JULY 31, 1 872. NO. 72. VOL. III. 4 I I j i j i i LATEST BYTELEGRAPH. f'OREIGX NEWS BT THE CABLE. Wscellaneons and Trasbington News. HOME NEWS. DKsriu'crivE TIRE AT roixT. lll'XTEIl'S HrndlffC Llqnor Dealers to Jail. rw York, July .'50. The loss of the burned sugar refinery on Leonard street is Tvo liquor dealers were sent to jail for twenty days, for keeping open on Sunday. Win. S..Groesbeck writes a letter giving in bis adhesion to Greeley, and says: "I dif fer in politics with Greeley ,who was not my choice, but he has been chosen with extra ordinary unanimity, and is now before us jm the only representative of reconcilia tion.". (!ouJdfcSon, were burned out. Los3 $8.3,000. Two firemen were badly injured. A heavy fire is raging at Hunter's Point. Several vessels have been burned. The tugs are towing others away. Later The fire is still raging ; it orig inated on board a caual boat. The wind wa blowing from the North and carr...

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. — 31 July 1872

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. KILE RICKS, Proprietors. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 31, 1872. THE LARGEST CIRCULATION Of Any Daily Published in East Tennessee. The Missouri "Radicals" have an un pleasant practice of bringing up Senator .Scburz' record about the time he was ex pecting their support for United States Senator. Then he was the very quintes ceuce of Radicalism, and subscribed to the most proscripive wing of the party. His course then contrasts strongly with his high sounding professions of liberalism now. The purchase of the Confederate Ar chives from Col. Pickett, to which we have heretofore made allusion, promises to fur nish several "leaves from history," one of which will be found in our present . issue. Besides protecting the United States Treas ury against many thousand dollars loss from fraudulent claims, we are promised some interesting reading, which will re mind some people of certain transactions of the past, in which they bore an impor tant part, GOV. CUBTIN. A Washington ...

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. — 31 July 1872

Prospectus. DAILY $10 a year j WEEKLY THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. nT AND THE CHEAPEST M JXXi a-- P for YEAR a p e r 1 Terms of the Weekly Tribune TO MAI Li bUS.BbC.KI.bEK. TO CNE ADDRESS. .Ml at one Tost-Office. 10 copies 20 copies SI 50 each. , 1 25 each. , 1 00 each. And and Extra to each Club, THE NEW YORK WEEKLY TRiBUNE tnok Financial. Cattle, Dry Goods, and General Market ReoorU, . . . bt0Tne Full Reports of the American Institute Fanners' Club, and the various Agricultural. Reports, and rticles by the most Eminent Agriculturists, in each number, are richly worth a year s i subscription A I nmnfved methods of Agriculture and New Implements receive due attention m the Weekly Tmbum. The HORTICULTURAL DEPARTMENT is under the charge of Mr. P. J.. ucis. wno wm couuuuo u.D a rtkdes on the Management of Small Farms, Fruit and Vegetable Culture, and how to make them pay. AS A FAMILY NEWSPAPER ty and completeness it shall remain altogether the most valuable; interesting, and mstructn e M LWbPAP...

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. — 31 July 1872

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. WEDNESDAY ilORNLNG, JULY 31, 1S72. CIIP.ONICLE OFFICE 19 KAEKET PLACE. I he Largest. Circulation of any Daily in I'.ast Tennessee. SJAII,r nETEOROLOGICAI. BErjBT NiRiml Service, U. S. Army. Knoxvillk. Tf.xk.. July 30. 1S72. .3 o .C . -I -- CO a i"3 s a c (ki -l c H.J a i r? H I H ft fr'W'S & orix. Fair. i 12 12 N.W, o.oo WEATHER BEPOKT. War Dep't. Offic Chi" Signal OrriGM. Washington. D..C. July 30. (7:J0. r. ..) 187. ProbabilUiet : The area of cloud and rain on the upper lakes will move c.titivard over the lower lakes with southerly ami easterly winds and falling barometer during iues d.iy uifiht. Increasing cloudiness and higher tempera ture with winds veering to southerly in the Middle States and with southerly to easterly winds and possi bly rain on the South Atlantic coast on cdncsdjy. Clearing and cooicr weather iu the northeast and on the upper lakes with northerly winds and in the Mis fiss'ppi and Oftio Valleys, clear weather with easterly yt'.wU. . ...

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

? VOL. III. ENOXVILLE, TENN., THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 1, 1872. NO. 73. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. vnuvinx BY THE CABLE, 1 VlllilU.I Miscellaneous and Washington NCWS HOME NEWS. THE GKEAT FIRE IX NEW YORK. Prtinfljfe One Million Dollar. ijoctox. July 31. Senator Wilson has rone to Indiana. Evansville, Ind., July 31. A storru urost rated the German Methodist Church t and four dwelling houses were injured. Several persons were hurt. New York, July 31. At midnight last night the fire at Hunter's Point was under control. Loss over 1 ,000,000. The damage by the fire at Hunter'sPoitit is estimated by the insurance agent at si million ami a half. Last evening im mense crowds of spectators visited the M-ene f the conflagration. The lire con tinued to burn all last night and the spec tacle presented upon the river was singular ly beautiful. All the surrounding section was brilliantly lighted.allhmigh it hadvery materially abated. The lire will probably continue to-dav if the supply of oil holds ou...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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