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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 13 August 1872

t y THE DAILY CHRONICLE. RULE A BICKS, ' Proprietors, TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST .13, 1872. THE LARGEST CIKCrLATION Of Any Daily FttDlhaed in East Tennessee. - .V RATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET. - JFor President, ULYSSES S. GRANT,' OF ILLINOIS. Tor Vice President, HENRY WILSON, - Of MASSACHUSETTS. The New York Times has about half a column of communications from promi nent men hastening to deny they are for Greeley, as the Greeley organs claim. In the Nashville County Convention on Saturday, the delegates to .the State Con vention, were instructed to vote for Gen. Frank Cheatham, for Congressman for the State at Large. .... ' j Ex-Secretary of State, "William j H. Seward, Andy-Johnson's Prime Minister, can't eat crow if hi3 former chief does. In an interview with a Times?, reporter he says he is for ."Grant and Wilson," He thinks Greeley unfit for President. Dr. George A. Mathes was nominated at . the late primary . election in Shelby county to represent that county and Fay ette in the 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. — 13 August 1872

o b; s X-. T T r r BooUs and ( Stationery. r ; -. 1 3w - 0. B. SMITH. D. L. RObb. EETi'v-- v.:- :;,J; stb: i ns ' ' GAY A We Stock of 6CH00I. JWOKB W oU,or Wholesale Trade Is now coming id. v", . -. . iafaction. . 1 ' ' ; ' ' ' " ' . ' ' EASTTENN ESSEE , BOOK HOUSE. Wil 1 4 o rh si Stll X& WHOLESALE AND RETAIL , BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS. at.t. tvtttds or j ixvAji-ikkj . a unlet? INSTRUMENTS AND MUSICAL MERCHANDISE, To Merchants we Offer Special Inducements. ,aug9-dly.' - - M ; ' , "J-j-i-l- Confectioner. C01TFECTI0HER. Wholesale and Retail. Orders from the Trade Promptly Filled AND THEDAILP CHRONICLE: TERMS OF DAILY PAPER. Per month, by carrier or by mail, Per year, by mail. .1 75 , 8.00 WEEIiT PAPER. Per vear... Clubs of Twenty, or over, per copy- Si DO 1 50 BATES OF ADVERTISING. . 66 .1 9 SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. At the Old Stand, Market Square, i H.riVTTVArTTrRim Attn PftT.T) AT lowest wholesale and retail rates. OANDIES MUSICAL Life Insurance. FRENCH CANDIES. ALWAYS ON HAN...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 13 August 1872

THE DAILY CHRONICLE: TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 13, 1872. CHRONICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET PLACE. -The . Iritrjceat Circulation ' of an j ' Dally In Kaat Tennessee. School Opening. Miss Anderson's school will open at her resi dence on the corner of Gay and Asylum streets on Monday, the Oth day of September, 1872. viiil3-d6w. - , - Personal. Capt. Joseph Jaques, returned to this city yesterday from Memphis. .. , Rev. Perez D. Cowan, of Rogersville, ana Capt. Raht, of Cleveland, arrived in Knoxville yesterday. Changed Bnslness. , We see that our friend. A. A. Sharpe, has changed his place of business, and is now a salesman in the establishment of Messrs. . y. "VVoodrufr& Co., where he will be pleased to see all his old friends and customers. Mammoth Cheese. A gentleman of New York, an extensive dai ryman, intends, as we are informed, to have on exhibition at our fall fair a cheese weighing one ton. Won't that be a big one? The little fel lows won't be a circumstance. Bitten by a Snake. On ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 14 August 1872

KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 14, 1872. NO. 84. 4 VOL. III. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. FOREIGN XEWsTbT THE CABLE. o Miscellaneous and Washington Xews. HOME NEWS. New York, Aug. 14. There were six caes of sun stroke yesterday. Several Miowers of rain, accompanied by lightning and thunder visited liere last night and continuing this evening till ten o'clock, when it cleared again and become ex tremely hot. Baltimore, Aug. 13. O'Baldwin was arrested to-day, but was released in $2,000 bail not to fight in Maryland. Mace has not arrived. Xkw York, Aug. 13. A Greensboro', North Carolina, dispatch says that a negro named Jim Johnson was arrested there yesterday for an attempt at poisoning a party of twenty-six, on the occasion of the commencement of Rev. Mr. Fontaine's Female Academy at Heidville, on the Hth in?t. Johnson, to avenge himself for a nupposed grievance by Fontaine, poisoned the ice cream which he had been directed to freeze and superintend. Twenty-six persons, includin...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 14 August 1872

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. RULE A KICKS, Proprietors. "WEDNESDAY HORNING, AUG. 14, 1872. THE LARGEST CIRCFLATIOJt Qf Any Daily Published in Eaat Tennessee. .XATIOXAL REPUBLICAN TICKET. JFor President, '.ULYSSES S. GRANT, OF ILLINOIS. , For Vice President, HENRY WILSON, OF MASSACHUSETTS. . Mrs. Matthews, the mother of Vice President Colfax, well known to visitors at Washington as the lady who presided with such grace and elegance at the receptions given by her son, died on Sunday night at Bouth. Bend, Indiana! . j The Adams family do not take crow. John Quincy Adams, twice the Democrat ic candidate for Governor of "Massachu setts refuses to support Greeley. Charles Francis Adams, Jr., says he can not sup port him, and it is intimated: that his father, the present Arbitrator, at Geneva will support Grant, He was supported for the Presidential nomination by the brains of the Cincinnati movement. The Greeley ites say there are many Re publicans going for Greeley, but that they are only waitin...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 14 August 1872

VI . - I Books and Stationery. O. B. SMITH & GO 9 i i .. 108 G-flL X SXlUfTiX o. B. SMITn D. L. ROSS. TtnrtTCS sind other stock-for A Large btoCK oi binuwu priceg Wholesale Trade is now coming in. ig faction. tho Fall and Winter i we gtiaramee eai Confectioner. CONFECTIONER. Wholesale and Retail, OTitrs from the Trade Prorapllj Filled AKD THE DAILY CHRONICLE. TEHMS OF DAILY PAPER. Per month, by carrier or by mail,. Per year, by mail, - - ........ ...........a $ 75 8.00 WEEK! PAPER. Per year Clubi of Twenty, or over, per cory, ..160 RATES OF ADTERTISIKG. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. EAST TENNESSEE BOOK Williams, Sturges HOUSE. WHOLESALE AND EETAIL BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS. DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF iM MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AND MUSICAL MERCHANDISE' ni To Merchants we Offer Special Inducements. aug 9-dly. . At the Old Stand, market Square. CANDIES. MANUFACTURED AND SOLD AT lowest wholesale and retail rates. . Ufe Insurance. EAST TBJNJNlfiSlsJiiJii REPTJBL Insurance BRANCH IC Life Company...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 14 August 1872

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. "WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUG. 14, 1872. CSS05ICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET PLACE. Th LKi-jtetrt Circulation of any Daily In Eant Tennessee. School Opening. MUs Anderson's school will open at her resi dence on the corner of Gay and Asylum streets on Monday , the Oth day oi September, 18i vhil3-d(iw. Married. On the 12th infant, at the residence of Jos. It. Allison, Esq., in Chattanooga, Temieee.by Rev. J. Albert Hyden, Col. P. A. Wilkinson to MUs Mary F. Lipp, all of this city. Hot Weather. We are Laving unusually hot weather but they seem to beat us in Maine. On the .'th fit leen passengers fainted from the intense heat, on the Maine Central Railroad Pullman Ex press, between Bangor and Portland. School Notice. ;. . On Monday, September 2d next, I will open ray school at the Episcopal school room on Crooked rtreet Further notice of it will be given in due time. 3Irs. Mary A. Richardsok. The Bar of Tennessee can now be supplied with the "New Code of Tennessee" at the East Ten...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 15 August 1872

i- - 'v.. KNOXVILLE, TENK; THURSDAY MORNING,: AUGUST 15, 1872. NO. 85, VOL. III. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. FOREIGN NEWS BI TIIE CABLE, miscellaneous and Washington News. HOME NEWS. The Cleveland Buees-Los by Fallln Building:, Cleveland, August 14.-Annie Wat rtou of Pittsburg, won $10,000 trotting ; time 2-36JI, S35, 2:37J. I,ouisville, August 14. At ten o'clock last ufrbt, during a severe storm, the walls of the new unfinished building owned by 6. T. Huit & Co., opposite the ualt House, were blown down with a fearful crash. Tbe walls which were seventy-two feet high above tbe ground, fell east on the ad joining two story brick residence of Mr. Jordan Giles, entirely destroying the build jiiT and its contents. The loss by the ac cident is estimated at $60,000. Several miall buildings on the west side were also trashed. No person injured. :v York, Aug. 14. A Greensboro , . C., dispatch says that Jim Johnson, the ice cream poisoner, has been indicted and put in jail. Several of the pers...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 15 August 1872

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. RULE RICKS, Proprietors, v THURSDAY MORNING, AUG. 15, 1872. THE LARGEST. CIRCULATION Of Any Daily Published in East Tenneiiea. . NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET. Tor President, ULYSSES S. GRANT OF ILLINOIS. For Vice President, ; - HENRY WILSOK OF MASSAC'nCSKTTS. " Gen. Kilpatrick, . who has turned Greeleyite because Grant, woujd not give him the office he wauted.has been canvass-; ing in Maine. So outrageous has beca his slang and abuse of the President thai lie has done our cause great good. Our friends are anxious he should be sent there again. o t Senator- "Wilson has closed his " re markable canvass in Indiana, His meet ings have been perfect ovations. How great the contrast between the demonstra tions extended to him and those . given to Gratz Brown ! The latter meets with cold receptions everywhere, save in Kentucky. No wonder Eastern papers demand hi3 re signation. A CSYIHQ SHAKE. We publiish elsewhere an important let ter from Consul General Hitz. The first q...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 15 August 1872

5K i Books and'. Stationery. o. r,. SMITH D. L. ROfcb 108 GAY STBEST.;. 1 Stock of SCHOOL O0m&S&&8to& Wholesale Trade is now coming in. .w "- ' ' faction. " - . EAST TENNESSEE BOOK HW!Er Williams, -Wmge WHOLESALE AND BETAIL BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS. DEALERS : IN ! All KINDS OF Mmcf MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AND -'MUfilCAL.. MERCHANDISE. To Merchants we Offer Special inducements. augv-dly. Confectioner. CONFECTIONER. Wholesale and Retail. Orders from the Trade Promptly Filled AND THE DAILY OHRbNICLfi. TEBM3 OF DAILY PAFEB. Per month, by carrier or by mail. Per year, by mail, IHMtHMNHHHUtM t 75 8.U0 WEEKT PAPER. Per rear dubs of Twenty, r oTer, per copy.., MIMtHNHIkHMMIIMHlHMMNMHHtlllHmfA - I 150 BATES OF ADVERTISING. Railroads. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Go 9 PETER KERN, At the Old Stand, Market Square. CANDIES. MANUFACTURED AND BOLD AT lowest wholesale and retail rates. life Insurance. T7RENCH 7 CANDIES. ALWAYS ON HAND large quantities at lowest jobbing rates. IN EAST TENN...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 15 August 1872

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. THURSDAY MORNING, AUG.: 15, 1872. CHRONICLE OITICE 19 MARKET PLACE. - The liftrgetit Circulation of any Dally In East Tennessee. Remember the sociable at the M. E. Church, to-night - Wanted. This day, twenty-five persons to lecture nie on morality, ueasoaoie wases win . viiil5d.lt Will R. McI3atu. School Opening. " Miss Anderson's school will open at her resi dence on the corner of Gay and Asylum streets on Monday, the 9th day of September, viiil3-d0w. Personal. Assistant Supcrving Architect Ra nkinj of the Treaury Department, was in the city yestejdav looking after the interests of the Government in the matter of the Custom House. Off the Track. It was rumored on the streets yesterday that Honorable Ed. Baxter had refused to accept the race for Governor. This will doubtless relieve the painful anxiety manifested by some of the " big organs" for their favorite. Worth Trying: For. Bear in mind that Mr. Cullcn, of the East Tennessee China House, is offering a Fren...

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. — 16 August 1872

17 r v ... KNOXVILLE, TENN.y FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 16, 1 872. NO. 86. VOL. III. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. FOREIGN NEWS BY THE CABLE, aiiscellaneous and Washington News. HOME NEWS, HEAVY BUSINESS FAILUBE IS LOl'IS- . . VIIXE. Blnnton Duncan on 1 lie War ralh. ftiTinn Auir. 15. Blanton Duncan sues the Cbica-o Tribune for $100,000 for a libel published on the 10th instant. New Yokk, Aug. 15. There was a ter rific storm here from midnight till day light, which extended throughout the State. Trains were delayed. - The North German brig Jno. Freidrich, (torn Savannah bound for Stettin, put in here in distress, having lost six men by vellow fever. The British ship Cathedral, from Pensacola for Liverpool, put in in a leaking condition, Jwith 0 feet of water in (heboid. - The German bark, John Frederick, which arrived here last night, left this morning for Stcittin, with 'nine of the crew sick with yellow fever, of whom six died prior to August 7th, since which' time the vessel has been drifting...

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. — 16 August 1872

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. KtXE RICKS, Proprietors, . FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 16, 1872. THE LARGEST CIRCULATION Of Any Daily Published in East Tennessee., NATIONAL BEPUBLICAN TICKET. For President, ULYSSES S. GRANT, or illixois. For Vice President, HENRY WILSON, OF MASSACHUSETTS. The New York Herald that a few we ?ks ago was wild for Greeley, predicting he would sweep the country, now admits that the scales are about even." If North Carolina brought them down even, Maine and Vermont will make the Democratic end kick the beam. -- o- VfE have private advices from New York and Washington of the most encour aging kind. Our friends are entirely con fident of victory in the September and Oc tober elections, and then of a sweeping tri umph in November. The Gredey game of bra is already played out. mm Ack Stephens, the Vice President of .tne late Confederacy, is unkind enough t$ write thin over the North Carolina 5news: v Th far.t is RTnaret flint the Grfielev move M raent has alraaay crane lo gri...

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. — 16 August 1872

Books and Stationery. fcfcSSS?- 168 GAY STREET. . A Large Stock of SCHOOL BOOKS and other stoc( for tbe Fall and Winter Wholesale Trade is now coining in. Call ana set our prices. " ye guaiaa p jgfaction. - . :'. . : . : EAST TENNESSEE BOOK HOUSE. Williams Sturges & WHOLESALE AKD RETAIL BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS. DEALERS IN' aLL KINDS OF MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AND MUSICAL MERCHANDISE. To Merchants Offer Special Inducements. I aug 9-dly. : ' ' -0- Go Life Insurance. EAST TENNESSEE BRANCH RE P U B LIC Life Insurance Company. MaJ. R. C. JACKSON, President. Dr. JOSIAII CURTIS Vice President Treasurer: E. P. BAILEY C. W. COFFIN. J. B. II0X8IE. r GEO. IL fcMIlH, JOHN BAXTER, OSIAH CURTIS. MD., Cot. JOHN BAXTER, GEO. W. ROSS. Hon. 0. P. TEMPLE. . JOS. R. ANDERSON. Bristol, JOS. BROWN. Jiorristown, J NO. 8. ROSS. Clinton, J, B. KOXSIE. Secretary: Attorney: SPENCER MUNSON. Col. J. M. THORNBURGH Managers: M U N.S ON & BAILEY. Executive Committee. E. J. SANFORD, J. A. RAYL. JOS. R. ANDER...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 16 August 1872

THE DAILY CHRONICLE FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 10, 1872. CHEONICLE OFFICE 19 MAEKET PLACE. The Largest Circulation of any Dally la Cast Tennessee. t ... .. Tho Bar of Tennessee can now be supplied with the "New Code of Tennessee" at the East Tennessee Book House. Price 3 vols. $10, vols. 2 and 3 $10. Takes Crow in Ills. The Kingston ' Tehnesscean takes kindly to "crow," having been presented with a water melon by Mr. James Crow, of that place, who is not the individual "Jim Crow" irreverently mentioned in the song, whose delight; accord ing te the poet consisted in "cracking corn. Race for Attorney General. The latest official returns, as published in the Kingston East Tcnnessecan, shows i that elcK cr is elected Attorney. General of the Inird Ju dicial Circuit by a majority of 119. Last week it was thought that Mr. Childress was elected, but at that time the full returns from all the counties were not in. ' ' - ; . ? . ", Boobery. The East Tcnnessecan says on i Monday night last the re...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 17 August 1872

1 ? J KNOXVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 17, 1872. VOL. III. NO. 87. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. FOREIGN NEWS BY THE CABLE Miscellaneous anflVasbingloii News HOME NEWS. SnlM Against Tweed and Sweeney. ; New York, Aug. 16-TI.e State At tornev General Davis, reports that the lOrney, W" , .!. ilnl: TtePPrl ftnrl civil ana cnnn .-.t, r Hwecney have been aoanuoneu. - - - ThebriSea Bird from Mancaibo and the llelretia from London arrived with yellow fever. All the pneumonia patienta but two are convalescent. A Washington dispatch states that claims aggregating $117,500,000 have been filed be fore the mixed American and English Com mission from British sources for damages sustained by seizure and confiscation of blockade runners and their cargoes during the rebellion by the American Govern ment. ... It is stated that Secretary Boutwell will deliver several political addresses in Penu -ylvauia next month. Secretary Fish is reported too unwell to return to Washington at present. " Louisvill...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 17 August 1872

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. RULE RICKS, Proprietors,, SATURDAY MORNING, AUG. 17, 1872.; THE LARGEST CIRCULATION Of Any Daily Published in East Tennessee. MTIOXAL REPUBLICAN TICKET. For President, ULYSSES S. GRANT, OF ILLINOIS. For Vice President, . ; m . ILENRY WILSOIsV OF MASSACHUSETTS. Cod. Buck Travis is making it lively for General Atkins, the regular Demo cratic nominee forCougress in the Seventh District, He goes Tor Democratic .nomi nees generally. He is very popular in his district, and if he does not beat Atkins, he will at least interest him from .now till November. ; WHO IS EIGHT! Horace Greeley in his Portland speech said he has frequently been asked if he would ignore the Democracy in case he is elected. He answers by saying that a man who invites his neighbors to help raise his house docs'not kick them out after it is up. He then declares no man has ever asked him for office, but he does not directly say ho has not given out pledges to the De mocracy. He cunningly avoids the ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 17 August 1872

Books and SMITH & to) U U U iV o. b. smith. D. L. ROSS. 108 GAY A Large Stock of SCHOOL BOOKS and'other stock for the Fall and Winter Wholesale Trade is now coining in. Call and get our Trices.- "We guarantee sat j3 faction. - 1 -, - - . . - -' ' - " - EAST TENNESSEE BOOK HOUSE. O Williams, Sturges & Co., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS. DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AND MUSICAL MERCHANDISE. To Merchants we Offer Special Inducements. aug 9-dly. . ; ' Life EAST TENNESSEE BRANCH REPUBLIC Life Insurance Company. Maj, R. C. JACKSOS, President. Treasurer: E. P. BAILEY Secrctar y : SPENCER MUNSON Managers : MUXSON & BAILEY. Executive Committee. c. vr. COFFIN. J. B 1IOXSIE. iEO. II. t&UTII. E. J. SANFORD, J. A. RAYL. JOS. R. ANDERSON, Bristol. rinance Committee. JOSEPH JAQUES, Medical Board. J. M. BOYD, M.D. Directors. F. II.McCLUNG. Capt. JOS- JAOUES. Ma j. R. C. JACK0N. JOS. II- EARNEST, Rhea town, R. McCORKLE. Greenerille. Ret. . ESPERAND1EU...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 17 August 1872

THEJUILY CHROKIOLE. SATURDAY MORNING, AUG. 17, 1872. CHRONICLE OFFICE 19 KAEKET PLACE. The L.frtcett Circulation of any Dally In Eant Tennessee. Correction. The meeting ot farmers heretofore announc ed to take place at Chestnut Grove on the first Thursday in August, will be held on the fourth Thursday, the 29thinst. Died. Mr. J. M. Rice, of the firm'of .Kerr & Rice, died of consumption at the house of hia brother-in-law, Mr. J. G. Wesscllen, at nine o clock last night, in the 80th year of his age. lne funeral will lake place from Mr. Nesler s, cor ner of Main and High streets, this afternoon. His friends and those of the family are nvitecl to attend the furneral services at the Baptist Church at 4:30 o'clock this afternoon. Accidentally Killed. The Jonesboro' Flag states that a Miss Nancy .McCurry, while visiting some friends in the Flag Tond, in Washington county, on Satur day last, was accidentally killed by a falling tree. It appears that she, in company with other ladies, wa...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 18 August 1872

-J r- A i 4 - vol. in; KNOXVILLE, TENN.,- SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST,, 18, 1872. NO. 88. ) . 1 1 ';iri1" .. .. ., ..' . ' . , - ----- -----;r:rr.: -T VVttXVV 1 w J V Hl '?" ' - - - - - - -- - ' 1 LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. FOREIGN ; NEWS BY THE GABLE. Ilisceilancous and Washington News. THE BITTERIXG BAM DISTRICT. Another Gray Coat On Top. , Alf. Caldwell, Esq., for Congress. Sperial to Daily Chronicle Tullaiioma, Middle Tennessee, " Aug. 17, 11:50A. M; A. Caldwell, Esq., of your city,1 was nominated for Congress yesterday at Spar ta on the.twenty-fifth ballot, by a vote of 110 to 50. John M. Fleming was let down easy by a complimentary vote. Some doz en rebel .officers were before the conven tion. It lasted two days and was at times stormy. TENNESSEE. AXDKEW JOIIXSOX AT STASH VI LLE. A Rnilrond fcrUed for Debt at Memphis. Nashville, August 17. Andrew John sou made his promised speech to-day, at the Exposition building iu this city, to about three thousand people. It did not vary much from hi...

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