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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 7 August 1872

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. RULE RICKS, Proprietors, WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUG. 7, 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. The Greeley organ of yesterday morn ing contained a characteristic blow over a statement that the New York Slaals ZeiU iing, a Democratic German paper of great influence, was a late "recruit " to the Greeley movement. Its issue of Satur day was not for Greeley and Brown and showed no leaning that way. "Where did the orgau get its information ? Is it one of those lies that make up the game of brag ? The shameful legislation of the last Democratic Assembly has at last aroused the people of East Tennessee aud the force of their indignation Is to be witnessed in the results of the late elections. We have repeatedly noticed some of these cases of vindicative legislation. One of the most outrageous instances was that in th...

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 August 1872

Confectioner. Railroads. Real Estate. O B. SMITH & CO., CONFECTIONER. IlooUs and Stationery. BLUE MOUNTAIN ROUTE - VIA - Selma, Rome &Dalton E.R. AND ITS CONNECTIONS, IS THB Shortest and Most Comfortable PASSENGER ROUTE EAST TEX LESSEE LAND AGENCY. E8tabll9hed:iS65. Wholesale and Retail. 108 GAY 0. B. SMITH. D. L. ROSS. tm ctt f cjr-TTOOL ROOKS and WIleSTr!isliC"Sln. Call and jsfaction. EAST TENNESSEE O Williams, Sturges & Co., WHOLESALE AND 11ETAIL BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS. DEALERS IN All KINDS OF MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AND MUSICAL MERCHANDISE. To Merchants we Offer Special Inducements. aug9-dly. ; Prospectus. DAILY $10 a year ; WEEKLY THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. THE BEST AND THE CHEAPEST Paper for Farmers. ON-L."Y S$l ,Y YEAR I IV LARGE CLUBS Terms of the Weekly Tribune TO MAIL SUSBSCRIBEIl. One copy, one year o2 issues, live copies, ono year 52 L-sues TO CNE ADDRESS. A'.l at one Tost-Office. W copies SI .c-0 each. copies 1 25 each. y) copies 1 00 each. And and Extra to each Cl...

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. — 7 August 1872

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. WEDNSDAY MORNING, AUG. 7, 1872. CHRONICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET PLACE. The linrjcest Circulation of any Dally ii East Tennessee. The Weekly Chronicle. This favorite family journal is published this morning and contains its regular amount of in teresting reading matter, with the Knox county election returns in full and the other counties in East Tennessee so far as heard from. Persons having friends at a distance could not gratify them more than by sending them a copy of the Wekkly Chroxicle. . Trice 5 cents per copy. Redaction in Cost. By close attention and the exercise of sound discretion, Gen. Holman has very materially reduced the cost of getting the stone from tne quarry for the custom house. It costs about one-third less than formerly. Sale of Steamer. The steamer "Emory City," recently built at Kington for the coal company, as sold on Monday to Col. K. K. Byrd, lor So,400 The Colonel is making his arrangements for the trip up salt river in November next, as we...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 8 August 1872

U M VOL. III. KNOXVILLE, TENN,,. THIT11SUAY MORNING, AUGUST 8, 1872. NO. 79. NORTH CAROLINA. The glorious victory in the old North State is all the more glorious because wrnnir from a desperate foe. The last party contest in the State was in 1870, when the Democracy carried it by 4,095 majority on the State ticket, electing rive out of seven uonsressmeu, anu a leg islature with U Democratic majority. The Republicans last Thursday carried the State by over a thousand, a gain of over rive thousand, elect three Congressmen, a gain of one, and choose a legislature, prob ably Kepublicau, a large gain, certainly. This is victory and glory enough for one State. .. - OUR SENTIMENTS. " More eloquent and impressive than 41 any words of our1 are the simple details "of the election in North Carolina as re- " ported in our telegraphic columns. A " more glorious and siguiriuant popular "victory has not been recorded in our " modern political annals. " All honor and praise lo the peoleof "the gall...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 8 August 1872

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. BILE RICKS, Proprietors, THURSDAY MORNING, AUG. 8, 1872 1 THE LARGEST CIRCULATION Of Any Daily Published in Zat Tennessee. 'ATI0AL REPUBLICAN TICKET. JFor President, ULYSSES S. GRANT, OP ILLINOIS. for Vice President, HENRY WILSON, OP MASSACHUSETTS. When such honest, influential and non aspiring Democrats as General John A, Dix, of New - York, come out for Grant and 2ive such telling reasons, ; it jshows where the real, substantial men stand. General Farnswokth, of Illinois, was badly defeated in a fair convention for the Republican nomination to Congress- some two weeks ago. Now he is reported for Greeley, His sore is so fresh that most peo ple can not fail to see it at once. He carries the badge loo prominently. Next ! '. : : - ,. WHO IS SOLO t The Democratic journals supporting Mr. Greeley occupy an embarrassing position. They say to their readers that they believe Mr. Greeley U sincerely a Democrat, and if elected, will act in harmony with a Democratic Congre...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 8 August 1872

Confectioner. THE DAILY CHRONICLE. Railroads. rs,v vrvX WV V V sv WWW V Heal Estate. 0. B. SMITH & GO., CONFECTIONER. TERMS OF DAILY PAPER. BLUE MOUNTAIN ROUTE EAST TESITOSSEE LAND AGENCY. E8tabl!sliedElS63. Per month, by carrier or by mail,, Per year, by mail. ..$ 75 8.00 -VIA- Selma, Borne & Dal ton B.E. 'and its connections, Wholesale and Retail. WEEKT PAPER. Per year. Clubs of Twenty, or over, per copy. ..z co Rooks and Stationery. 1?. SMITH. L. ROSS. 108 GAY A Large Stock of SCHOOL, liuuivo "Wholesale Trade is now coming in. can lsiaction. 0. D. EAST TENNESSEE BOOK o Sturges Williams, WHOLESALE AND BETA1L BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS. DEALERS IN All KINDS OF MUSICAL iNditfUMENTS AND To Merchants we Offer aug9-dly. Prospectus. DAILY $10 a year; WEEKLY THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. THE BEST AND P aper for OIVLY Si A. YEAR Terms of the Weekly Tribune TO MAIL BUSBSCRIBEK. One copy, one year 52 issues. i ive copies, one year 52 Lssaea TO ONE ADDRESS. All at one Post-Office. 10 copies 1 ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 8 August 1872

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. THURSDAY MORNING, AUG. 8, 1872. CHRONICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET PLACE. The Largest Circulation la at Tennessee. of any Dally Married. Tuesday night, at the bride's residence in Athene, Mr. Joseph McDannel, of Greeneville, and Mi Emma Morton, of the former place. disconnection. Tdo AtlauU and Nashville trains failed to connect with the E. T., Va, and Ga. tram yes terday at Chattanooga. The failure of the latter waa caused by a run-off. Died. At the residence of her father on Water street, vesterdav mornincr. of consumption. Miss Cyn- U . lntr Ian rr H tar funeral will take place at her father s residence this evening at 3 o'clock. 1 riends of the fami ly invited to attena. . . . 3 Fine Melons. Mr J.W. Miller on yesterday sold two water melons at the Market liouse that weighed eighty-three pounds. They sold for seventy-five cents each. The prico shows they were fine, for melons are abundant ana very cneap. jlaryTllle College. The attention of the public is invited to t...

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

' .vXAxW W fsy, .-. : r. Wy.- r-.r JJq&U' ' ' : -: ' : I .J J U ',10 ,1 ';0 JUU H-: :y;;ftl ill!ti1Wrf i KIT" KNOXVILLE, TENTS., FllIDY MORNING, ;AU(ilJST 9, ;::1872,V; no: SOl" VOL. III. ' Ti j.vi,-k LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. FOREIGN KEWS BT. TIIK t ABLE. Wscellaneous and irasliinglon News. POLITICAL. BEFl'BLIt'AX VICTORY I AOKTII t AIt. lAlrtvt rir MuforJIy 2,000 with a RMn of 26 Legislators. Jn'tw Yoek. Aug.. 8. The latest di3 patcli to the yV'wes says Caldwell's majori tv is two thousand. (Senate, 31 Demo crats and 10 Republicans. - House, 63 Democrats and 57 Republicans. Washington, Aug. 8. The Republi cans fired one hundred guns to-day orcr the decided victory of North Carolina. A Boston special says Butler says he will make no particular effort for the Guberna torial candidature, but Mill accent the nomination, either Republican or L:ibor Reform party. Banks will epeak on Wall street on Tues day. New Orleans, Aug. S. After n pro longed conference the Liberal Demo cratic and Re...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 9 August 1872

Jr.---' i THE DAILY CHRONICLE. RULE & RICKS, Proprietors, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 0, 1872. THE ULKGEST CIRCUULTIOX Of Any Daily Putlisaei in Zaat Tennessee. NATIONAL . REPUBLICAN TICKET. IFor President, ULYSSES S. GRANT, " OF ILLINOIS. V:" , Tor, Vice President,-' HENRY WILSON, or Massachusetts, rr Dr. FrancIi Sieber, the eminent German scholar and political writer, is out in a very severe 'article against Greeley and strong for Grant. Still they come. The number of sick Democratic roosters on hand now is frightful. ..Feeding them on " crow J.' and North Carolina victories that turn'out to be "Waterloo defeats is too hard on them. Senator Sumner says, in his answer to Speaker Blaine's scathing letter, that he finds so many of his old abolition friends and equal rights champions in the Greeley camp that he had not missed Mr. Blaine. Thi3 is the kind of news Democratic pa pers don't print. They want their readers to believe Greeley is completely under Democratic control. Evidently ...

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

Books and' 108 GAY 0. B. SMITH. P. L. ROSS. a -r.i-m. stiiv of ?fIIO0L BOOKS anil olbcr stock for Uie Fall and Wintei WhdeS,legTr!d?iS t,w coming in. Call and get our Trices. We guarantee sat isfaction. ' : EAST TENNESSEE BOOK Williams, Sturges WHOLESALE AND KETAIL J300KSELLEHS AND STATIONERS. DEALERS IN All KINDS OF ...kipaL INSTRUMENTS AND To Merchants we Offer . aug Lire In EAST TENNESSEE BRANCH R E P TJ Insur an Life Ulaj, K. C. JACKSON, President. Treasurer: E. P. BAILEY Secretary: SPENCER MUNSON. Col Managers : MUNSON & BAILEY. Executive Committee. E- J. SANF0RD. J. A. RAYL. JOS. R. ANDERSON. Bristol. Finance Committee. JOSEPH JAQUES. Medical Board. J. M.' BOYD, M.D. Directors. F. II.McCLUNG. Capt. JOS- JAQUES. Maj. R. C. JACKSON. C. W. COFFIN. J. B. HOXSIE. GEO. 11. SMITH. JOHN BAXTER. 05IAH CURTIS, MD., Cor,. JOHN BAXTER. (JEO. W. ROSS. II on. 0. P. TEMPLE, . J OS. R. ANDERSON. Bristol, J OS. BROWN. Morristown, J NO. S. ROSS. Clinton, J , B. HOXSIE, Capital Stock, $5,000...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 9 August 1872

THE -DAltffHI; IaTmORNING, AUGUST 0, 1872. CHRONICLE OFPICE-10 MARKET TLACE. The l,rs;et Circulation i 1107 In East Tennessee. '- i Scott Connfy. The vole in this countv was as 'follows : Mc Farland, SUO Cooke. 1. M ilton Terry was elected Sherifi', Oliver Parker, Trustee, and John Thompson, Tax Collector. New Books', School Books, Croquet, Pi inters' Stock, Carter's Ink, and many other useful and ornamental articles at O. B. Smith & Co-'f; at low prices for cash. , .,vnrOdl.t. ' - Personal. r' RpII f the. Atkin Uou?e, re- turned yesterday from Tate's, Hale's and L?a s Springs, between which he has been spending his time fbr the last two weeks. , . Grnnt Rally In Cocke Connly. There will be a Grant and Wilson Kally at New Tort, Tenn., on the 2Sth day of August, 1871 Hon. Horace Maynard. Hon. R. R. But ler, A. J. Kicks, Esq-, and others will address the meeting. . - , . Chance ot Schedule. On and after Saturday, tho 10th of August, the mail train on tha Knoxvillo and Ohio rail ro...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 10 August 1872

r i i j ,; VOL. III. KNOXVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 10, 187'J. NO. 81. 1 LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. FOREIGN KEIFS BY Till! CABLE. Miscellaneous andJTalliiDSlon News POLITICAL. BKPl'BMCASS EVERYWHERE REJOIC ING OVER SrOKTIl lAKUMA. The Presidential Candidates on Ihelr TYnn- derinss. Washington, D. C. Aug. 9. The Re t.ublicans are firing guns in nearly every citv over the Isorth Carolina election news. Grant, as he raove3 from place to place. is receiveu uy t-uouuug cruwus. Four harmless pistol shots were fired into the Conservative torch-light proces sion last night. The above epitome of events shows that the campaign has opened. Dispatches indicate that Greeley's lro en's throuch New Kusland is anersistent ovation. Thousands of throats and hun dreds of cannon roar welcome wherever becomes.. , Xkw York, Aug. 'J. Governor Cham berlain, of Maine, writes that his name was used without authority in the call for a (soldiers' and Sailors' Convention at Pittsburg. Tallahassee, Fla., A...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 10 August 1872

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. PULE A RICKS, Proprietors. . SATURDAY MORNING, AUG. 10, 1372. THE LARGEST CIKCEEATION Cf Any Daily Published in East Tennessee. XATIOXAL REPUBLICAN TICKET. x ' JFor President, "ULYSSES S. GRANT, OF ILLINOIS. ' ' ' Tot Vice Fresident," HENRY WILSON, OF MASSACHUSETTS. Andy Johnson lia3 been interviewed. He doesn't hanker after " crow." He has fears too many Radical leaders are rallying about Greeley, and then he nays " he will become their man and then where is your dern ocratic) triumph ?" Senator Wilson's meetings in Ind'mua are the largest, most enthusiastic and grandest ever known in the State. His re ceptions In his travels are perfect ovations. At every railroad station crowds flock to see him and shake him by the hand. The eminent Christian Senator and honest workiugraan's friend has reached the heart of the people. Indiana is ablaze with cn thusiam. Andy Johnson thinks the Democracy " too great a tail to be tacked on so small a kite" as the Greeley movemen...

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. — 10 August 1872

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. Rallroadi. Ileal Estate. BooUs and Stationery. BLUE MOUNTAIN ROUTE VIA- Selma, Rome &Dalton E.R. AND ITS CONNECTIONS, OB. SMITH & -00:, CONFECTIONER. TERMS OF .DAILY 1'APEIK. EAST TEXXESsEE Per month, by carrier or by mail.. Per year, by mail, .. ..$ 75 .. 8.00 LAND AGENCY. Establlske3i;i565. WEEKY PAPER. Wholesale and Retail. Per y r ... fm Clubs of Twenty, or over, per copy .. 1 50 IS TBI Confectioner. r - - . B. SMITH. L. ROSS. 108 GAY STREET. A Larze Wholesale Trade U now jsfactiou. -r,srira ttn nfhpr stork for flip. Fall and Winter Stock of SCHuULi oyu Priori We cnnrantpfi sat- rrn i n !T III. vrti fa". o f Or-Vrs from (he Trade Fi onipllf Filled RATES OF ADVERTISING. AND EAST TENNESSEE: BOOK Williams, Stdrges HOUSE. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. ft Co., WHOLESALE AND FvETAIL BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS. i . ; DEALERS IN &IAj KINDS OF .aiieirAL INSTRUMENTS AND MUSICAL MERCHANDISE, PETER KERN, At the Old Stand, market Square. CANDIES. MANU 1 A17J. u lU...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 10 August 1872

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. SATURDAY MORNING, AUG. 10, 1872. CHRONICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET PLACE. Tlso Iirp;cst Circulation 1 any Daily 1m tost Tennessee. Personal. J. D. Goodpasture, Esn., of Overton county, is stopping at the Atkin House. New Hooks, School Books, Croquet, Printers' .Slock, Carter's Ink, and many other useful and ornamental articles at O. B. Smith & Co.'s, at 1jv prices for cash. viiKd2t. Who Can Beat II? Mr. Jackson ITunter, of the 7sh District, has thown us a cucumber of the Long Green varie ty that measures 15i inches. He -wants to know who can beat it. 31. E. Church. All probationers connected with the M. E. Church will please be present to-morrow at I0i .'clock, k. m., a3 I desire to receive them into full membership. . J. B. Ford, Pastor. A Change. . Tho (Juarterly meeting for Knox Circuit, will be held in connection with tho National Camp meeting, on the 2lst of September, and the Quarterly meeting for Little Uivcr Circuit, will take place at Logan's Chapel, Septe...

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

1 - f 1 L I am X. ".X - . I I ' f ---In tern WW S Wwm'MyW.. VOL. III. KNOXVILLE, TENN.; SUNDAY MORNING , 'AUG U ST. 11 , i 872. NO. 82. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. FOREIGN NEWS BTTUE CABLE. Miscellaneous andtfington Sews. HOME NEWS. Trouble A.uons Massaennsetts Crispin. An?. 10. Over fifty of the heaviest sbo manufacturing concerns in Lynn have pledged themse vesnot to em nlov anv person controlled by. Crispin as Sus after to-day. The Crispins on their part have voted to withdraw from the iiyim Savings Bank all the money standing to their credit, amounting in the aggregate to about 1,000,000, which loan the Crispins claim is largely controlled by the manufacturers in real estate and other business transactions. The steamer Bristol which sailed from New York last night for Fall Kiver with six hundred passengers was run into at 'epwort this morning by a bark, and af ter starling for Fall River the steamercom nienced leaking and she was run ashore. The steamer Canonicas has! gone from "ew Bed...

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

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. RULE RICKS, Proprietors, SUNDAY MORNING, ; AUGUST 11, 1872, THE LARGEST CIRCULATION Of Any Dtily Published In Eait Tennenee. RATIOXAL REPUBLICAN TICKET. IFor President, ULYSSES S. GRANT; OF ILLINOIS. ,T . . " For Vice President, HENRY WILSON, .OF MASSACHUSETTS. DELEGATES FOR THE STATE CONTENTION. An important State Convention of the Republicans of Tennessee 'will meet at Nashville on the 4th day of next Beptem- Der.; c IrllSb gUVU uitu v 111 ud ocicticu, as U18 UOnveouou WJii iiave-iuiuuui business to transact.. Let county conven tions be held in every county "as eoon as nrnp.fir.ahlp. . . ' 4 The painful absence of any allusion to the " little organ" in the columns ; of the Greeley organ since the late elections need not awaken apprehensions. The editors have not yet returned from their salt river expedition. The first indication they can catch of that " tidal wave" that didn't roll out from North Carolina will restore them to their natural state. Then we will ...

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

Books' and Stationery. Confectioner. THE DAILY CHRONICLE. Railroads. Ileal Estate. BLUE MOUNTAIN ROUTE - -VIA- Selma5 Borne &Dalton E.R. AND ITS CONNECTIONS, .18 THK Shortest and Most Comfortable PASSENGER ROUTE TERMS OP IAILT PAPEB. Per month, by carrier or by mail.............. EAST TEXWESsEE LAND AGENCY. Establlslie3;lS65. .1 75 i er jear, py mail, . 8.00 WEEKYPAPEB. Per vear... Clubs of Twenty, or over, per copy.. 150 108- iQ-AY?. D. h. iiuss. 0. B. SMITH. A Laree Stock of SCHOUIj HVVivn ana ouier biock ior uie ran Whdes5eSTrad?is now coming in. Call and get our Prices. We guarantee Bat faction. . ' I - , -- - - - " EAST TENNESSEE BOOK HOUSE. ' U Williams, Sturges & BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS. DEALERS IN All KINDS OF MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AND MUSICAL MERCHANDISE. To Merchants we Offer Special InducamenU. aug 9-dly. - - ' ' - ' - ; Life Insurance. EAST TENNESSEE BRANCH REPUBLIC Life Insurance Company. MaJ. R. C. JACKSON, Frr sident. Treasurer: E. P. BAILEY Executive C. W. C...

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

THE DAILY: CHRONICLE. SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 11, 1872. CHBOHICLE OFFICE 19 HABXET PLACE. The Largest Circulation of an j Daily In KMt Tennessee. Religions Notices. METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH. Situated southwest corner oi Clinch and Prince streets. Sabbath School at 9 a. m. The ser vice this morning consist in the reception of probationers into full membership. The very in teresting service, in the book of Descipline will be observed. There will be no service at night. Prayer Meeting "Wednesday evening at 8 r. M. You aro cordially invited to attend. ALL SEATS ARE FREE. J. B. Ford, Pastor. Rev. J. B. Ford will preach this afternoon at 1 o'clock, at Fountain Head. GERMAN LUTHERAN. Service at this Church at the usual hours, 10 a. M. and 8 r. m.. Sunday School at 9 a. m. All aro in vited to attend. Johx Heckel, Pastor. . CHURCH ST. M. E. CnURCH, SOUTH. Scrvices at the usual, hour. 10 a. m., by the Tastor. No services at nigbt BROAD ST. M. E. CHURCH, SOUTH. Rev. R. L. Kirkpatrick will pre...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 13 August 1872

. .. itliti iifri... t t ' r til: '. l 3, V r.: KNOXVILLEi TENN., TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 13. 1872. VOL. III. NO. 83. .11'" ' i J J - v m"" r 1 . -, .T s . . , : -,....-..'' . .. - . i r i i LATEST BY TELEGRAPH FOREIGN NEWS BT THE CABLE. -o- Miscellaneous and Hasninston News. HOME NEWS. : Seizure f Cleveland Watches, de. Worcester, Mass.," August 12. An un precedented thunuer storm prevailed Here, to-day. Four houses were struek by light- nine and the streets uaaiy washed. Kt. Louis, August 12. A large lot " of watches from Cleveland,irregularly stamp ed, were seized here. ihe seizure of the factory at Cleveland has been ordered. New York, August 12. It was excess ively hot this morning. The Democratic State Central Cpmniit tee meet at Saratoga to-morrow, to issue a call for a State Convention. An answer is expected from Chief Justice Chase, stat ing whether he will permit his name to be used as candidate for Governor. At an Italian meeting last evening it was decided to celebrate t...

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