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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 22 April 1871

7, , .,V..-- 1 4 : 1 ILL srT& (rj 7 ,! i a v.) zo.n " KNOXVILLE,TENN., SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 22, 1 871. VOL. I. NO. 302. Ifft" LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. v FOREIGN AETrT" THE CABLE. Auoifcer Kcrolulion Imminent in Paris. -o- Commnnc Arrests the Central Committee -o- Xalionals Threatening the Commune A Republican Victory in Washington! MISCELLANY, , YERSAILLISTS GAINING GROUND. Asniers Captured Bloody Flshtluff The Nationals inspirited and Disgusted.' Washington, April 21. Asniers has been captured by the strategy of the Ver saillists, who passed the outposts pretend ing afliliation with the Nationals. Twenty thousand Imperial Guards under Ducrot have reached Versailles, and are in excellent spirits. v There was an engagement along the en tire line on Wednesday. Dombrowski re lorts the results as favorable to the Com mune. The Communists were mustering on the Island of Grande Jotte, when lighting of a bloody character occurred. The Communists are making a stragetic movement to envelo...

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. — 22 April 1871

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. KUI-E & KICKS, Proprietors, OFFICIAL JOTTRHAL OF THE TOTTED STATES, SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 22, 1871 IIOTV TO KEJUT. Money sent to us in registered letters, by Express, prepaid, or by Pqstoffice orders, will be at our risk otnerwise, ai u ns& 01 me sender. ... -' - ' i SOD US THE SEWS. - We extend a special invitation to our friends to send u j Dnei tna pomiea letters, giving items of interest in their several localiUae We desire to hare something oi locw interest in every issue for our East Tennessee reaaers. THE LARGEST CIRCTXATION Of Any Daily Publisaed In East Tennessee. A gentlemen, prominent in the Narrow Guaee road to Revienrille. has just re turned from a trip to Sevier county, and reDo'rta the Deonle of that county wide awake and determined to press the road through. : j ' ". The Brussels correspondent of the Lon- ';, don Standard says there is no further room for. doubt as to the future of Luxembourg. The fate of the duchy is decided ; it is 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. — 22 April 1871

Boot and Shoe House. ?. S. PAYNE VCO.'S COLXJ3XIV. B OOTS, SHOES AND HATS. SUNDO W. N S ! srntewo. . , sUTIOWNS for twenty. RUNDOWNS for a hundred, and SUNDOWNS for everybody, at PAYNE'S Hat and Shoe .House. CONGRESS GAITERS! Thtk VashinnMn Goiter nT the Reason, to which Con pressmen are not alone entitled albeit they are named Congress. New Spring Style of Silk Hats, Adopted by the American Silk Bat Association, just arrived at PAYNE'S. ....... CHILDREN'S FANCY SHOES And SLIPPERS of every hue and Pattern. "We have a very superior variety of them. The Latest and most Stylish SHOES for Ladies can be found at PAYNE'S. READER! You are personally invited to rail and examine our stock. It will surprise you to learn the wonderful adaptation of our prices and styles to your wants. AT PAYEE'S Can be found the largest and most varied assortment of Children's fihocs ever brought to Knoxville some thing Knoxville has long wanted. TruulcH, Hng&, TJiiiliellus, Form leading items in our stock...

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. — 22 April 1871

Wantt-For BentFor Sale-Boarding Lott-Found villbn9erted in tkit column at 23 Cents each in sertion, not exceeding fit Unci; over five linet 5 Cents or each additional line will be charged. For Sale, DESIRABLE HEAL ESTATE FOR SALE. Two Uouses and Loy and Three M1,3 on ilabry Street, adjoining Major Elliott 8 and Col .Han son's property- - ? RICHARDS. April 18 dlot 4. - Wanted. 1 r AXTF.D AT THE r - EXCITANfiTC A7TT T)F- POSIT BANK: East Term., Ya. and Ga. Railroad Stock, East Tens, and Ca. Railroad Bonds, .Bank of Tennessee Notes, New and Old Issue, And Land Warrants, For which the Highest Market Price will be paid. marchl9-dwtf 1 E. P. BAILEY. Cashier. THE DAILY CHRONICLE. SATURDAY HOKXIXG. ArEIL 22,1871. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Per week, delivered by carrier... ......... Per month, 1 For 2 months, ,. ,. For 6 months, tt - One year, .............. ....5 20 75 .... 2.25 ... 4.10 ... 8.00 The Earnest Circulation of any : Daily In East Tennessee. DAILY" METEOROLOGICAL REPORT. . - Signal...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 23 April 1871

( k. ;,. vty - 4 . tit T ? i ' a;? ' - 0 knoxville; tenn., Sunday morning, april 23, 1871. ' VOL. I. NO. 303. - . I ... ftjfV- . 1 I' 1:-: : W I 111 I.I .11 X I i M J S f ' I 5 I . Jl LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. FOREIGN M-ITS BY ! THE i , CABLE. ' Final Single Imminent in; France. T ! ' : Minor Encasements Occurrin? Dally. . o- -:; l .F5 Miscellaneous and Washington News. ? o ' MISCELLANY, FIGHTING FAVORABLE TO THE TEB SAILLISTS. Iflerate Flnnl Strangle Immiu(. ENGLISH NEWS - f - j . s London, April 22. A special 1 dispatch to the Times from Paris, says the Com mune has delegated its powers to a com mittee of nine members. A company of terouauts is being formed in Paris. ; - ' -r The Times1 correspondent at Versailles saj-s it is reported that the Prussians will surrender the forts still held by them- on Sunday. - jjhcll from the insurgent batteries fall rfiort of Valericu. . A special to the Xcicts from Paris says there are serious dissensions among the members of the Commune. Communicati...

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. — 23 April 1871

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. lHXE & RICKS, proprlelors. OFFICIAL JGITRKAL OF THE T7STTED STATES. SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 23, 1871. HOW TO KE2HT. Money sent to us in registered letters, by Express. Tprepaid. or by Powtoffiee orders, will be at our risk o therwise, at tne ms. oi ine senaer. ,vJo GETS'O US THE NEWS. We extend s special invitation to our friends to send .01 brief and pointed letters. tiTin items nf 4 their several localitios. We desire to have something oi locuuiiarcstuicrery issue lor our JULst Tennessee reaaers. -t:tiie lakgest cmcxtATiox Or Any Daily Published in East Tennessee. a tr- .i.I. .i-.t- ;3.jamesTicknor Fields is to retire ai editor of the Atlantic Monthly on the 1st - July, to be succeeded by Mr. D. How ells, v at present assistant editor. fact that the President has issued his proclamation convening the Senate in u Executive Session on the lOtli or May is regarded as conclusive proof that the Joint High ; Commission has arrived at such a satisfactory stage of '...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 23 April 1871

Hoot and Shoe House. A. S. PAYNE & CO.'S COLTJ3X2S. BOOTS, SHOES and hats. SUNDOWNS! QTTVDOWyS tor oue HUNPoVxVS for two. for twenty. gUNDOWKS for a hundred, and SUNDOWNS for everybody, at PAYNE'S Hat and Shoe House. CONGRESS GAITERS! The Fashionable Gaiter of the season, to which Con gressmen are not alone entitled albeit they axe named Congress. New Spring Style of Silk Hats, Adopted by the American Silk Hat Association, just arrived at PAYNE'S. CHILDREN'S FANCY SHOES .And SLIPPERS of every hue and Pattern. We haTe a very superior variety of them. The Latest nnd mort Stylish SHOES for Ladies can be found at PAYNE'S. HEADER I Yon are personally invited to call and examine our stock. It will surprise you to learn the wonderful adaptation of our prices and styles to your wants. . AT PAYXX'S Can be found the largest and most varied assortment of Children's Shoes ever brought to Knoxville some thing Knoxville has long wanted. Trunks, Bujjh, Umbrellas, Form leading items in our stoc...

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. — 23 April 1871

Want For Kent For Sale JSoardinpLott Found teiU be inserted in (kit column at 25 Cents each in- tertion, not exceeding five linet,' over Ave tines 5 Cents er each additional line will be charged. s For Sale, DfcSIRABLE REAL ESTATE FOIl SALE. 'Two Houses and Lots and Three acant Lots on Mabry Street, adjoining Major Elliott ,a and Col .M un ion's property- ,, , v - o -v ? Aw RICilARDa. April 18 dlOt V ' - ' ' Wanted." TTT-AJfTEDBya.Practical Cahinet-Maker. arit- v ? uanon as woning loreman. Had much expen- -eiioittinr.ngianaana iNortn. Apply by letter to w. u-, A.aoxruie jr. v. ap23-aot" VTrAarTED A servant, white or colored.' to do J T i reaeral housework in a small family. - Apply to AJTTED AT THE EXCIHANGE AND DE- i East Tenih, Yu and On. RillrMd Stock, EsutTenu. and O a. Railroad Bonds, Bank of Tennessee Motes, New and Old Issue, And Land Warrants, Tor which the Highest Market Price will be paid. ' archl9-dawtf . E.P. BAILEY. Cashier. THE DAILY1 CHRONICLE. SUITDAY x MOANING. APRI...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 25 April 1871

t i V j ' ii i I ( VOL. I. Knox V'iLliE;i'TEN!; TuES,5XY morning; 'april 25, i 87 1. NO. 504. - . . rT Tf- T- w . , .''MajaaMaaMaaaawaaMaaaaMaaaaaMiaaaaaaaaaaMa.aaaaaaaaMaaaaaaaaaBMa,,, llllllll 'W . --:- . I . - . '-. j LATEST -BYrTELEGRAfH. FOREIGN- , BY', TILE- CABLE. l - Ref nforf f Bf n s r 1 ) Versailiists ' ' ' ' " jt ! , , -2 irrftilack Repulsed witliisiangh'ler. .v.- . j : 1 ? , ' .rr ,it -.'UKi'.'! .3 ; . Miscellaneous and Washington News -o- Crerasses in the Mississippi lctccs MISCELLANY. t ADYANTAGE TO TIIK COJtilC'Xiwm Outbreak, at -JUuHeilles B?inYreeirfenis ; : 1 A'-Jli fr Ibe VerMilllslA. I j U a I Paris, April 23. Official reports to the Commune state that the nationals silenced several of the enemy's batteries on' Satur day and repulsed the attacks on Issy and Vanvres ou Thursday night.'- l- . I The Prussians hare ordered all strangers to leave St. Denis. . vv 7. j i Gen. Cercillia has been' appointed com mandant of Paris. ' j , Gen. Bergerott has been releasel , ....

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 25 April 1871

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. BtXE & B1CHS, Proprietor. OFFICIAL JOTTBJiAL 07 THE UBTTED STATES. TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 25, 1871. , HOW TO KEJLTT. - - - v Mmm ant to as in rerietered letters t P.m.. prepaid, or by Pvstoffiee orders, will be at our riak otherwise, at me n&. vi ut aenaer. .. -sEarr rs the news. We extend a f pedal invitation to ur friends to send ns brief and pointed letters, giving items of interest in their ererai loeahtK. We desire to have nomethinr S uiwcixBfc in every issue lor our East Tennessee -THE lAltGEST CIRCTtATIOX Of Any Sally PuMishedin last Tennessee. -; In our TVeekly issue, which goes to press thi afternoon, will appear the full correct ' d proceedings of the Sabbath School Con- . -r vention, held here last week. ' ". It is thought the Executive Session of . . the Senate, called for next month, will last but a few days. The President said to a v " Senator it need not last but a day ; but if much discussion over the business present ea was provosea, it ...

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. — 25 April 1871

Hoot and Shoe House. B S 'PAYNE & CO.'S JA3fi . BOOTS, SHOE AND HATS. SUN D O W NiS! i. eTTvnoWyS for one. KTJVPOWXSfortwo. DL'tZfCivVS fnr twpntr. RUNDOWNS for a hundred, aim 1 SUNDOWNS for everybody, at PAYNE'S Hat and Shoe House. CONGRESS GAITERS ! , j The Fashionable Gaiter of the season, to which Con gressmen are not alone entitled albeit they are named Congress. ; New Spring Style of Silk Hats,; Adopted by the American Silk Hat Association, just arrived at xr a i j. r. a. " IT T"' 'i CHILDREN'S FANCY SHOES And SLIPPERS of every hue and Pattern. ' We "have a very superior variety oi wem. The Ltt and most Stylish RJTOES forLalies be found at PAYNE'S. can ) Von are personally invited to call and examine our stock. It rill surprise you to learn the wonderful adaptation of our prices and styles to your wants. , AT PAYNE'S - ' , Can be found the largest and most varied assortment of Children's Shoes ever brought to Knoxville some thing Knoxville has long wanted. . Trunlcw, J3uH,...

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. — 25 April 1871

Want For Sent For SaleBoardimr-Loet-Found e-f inserted in tkit column at 23 Cent each in eertion, not exceeding fixe linet ; over five linet 5 Cents or each additional line will be charged. For Sale, DESIRABLE REAL ESTATE FOR MALE. Two Houses and Lot and Three acant Lots on Mhrv Street, adioinina Major Elliott e and Col. Man- Mabry Street, adjoining Major J son' property. . IV. U, RICHARDS. April IS dlOt' Wanted. TT7-AJITED By a Practical Cabinet-Maker. a Bit- V V - uaiion as wording inreman. llad much expert enee both in England and North. Apply by letter to G. H., Knoxville P. 0. - ap23-d5t t,TVA3fTER A servant, white or colored, to do f J general housework iu a small family. Apply to W, u. Urowning, at the Castom liouse. ap23-tf TlT5?JrAT THE EXCHANGE AND DE- v ruair uank: East Term., Ya. and Ga, Railroad Stock, , East Tenn. and Ga. Railroad Bonds, . Bank of Tennessee Sates, New and Old Issue, And Land Warranty For which the Highest Market Price will be paid. marchW-dawtf - E. P....

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 26 April 1871

t " i hit-- r in m i ui n w 1 1 " m i, , M, m, , n ,,,.-.rT - -,-7r 1 1 : rill It f! t J ' ' ' u & V I 1 -rilSl f-.-jtr jtI VOL. I ., NO. 305; vi;!MlI ; ; -i ' : ''' '-' '" "" 1 I LATEST! .BYuTELEGRiFHI o VfrsaillBts.pemfercedjaBrPrfParinr for Battta . , .. . .000.00 -2 - bosnodJuA Late Jlisce llaneous Home Intelligence! Crerasses in ; (he Mississippi Repaired! .II ;i;si"iit Miscellaneous'; and Washington: News. -o- 4 '--j '4't lie" 4 HOME NEWS: 'f y.Ti .1 . . dlGAXTIU .FRAl'D rEXPOsillW. rt O Heary Frosts mm Great Damage to Frails. .St. LoyiIo., April .-The peach and grape crtfl'hasleeri seriously , damaged in this section, owing.to a heavy .fall of frost last Saturday night: ... ... r. N ' "William larsli, engineer bf : the.ateaniei Belle, of (Alton, liaa been ' taken to Net Orleans, charged -vith the hurnirig of Uie Bene.'. -"fv;..::Tv; ".'-y. Louis vi u. e, Kym April 25. This sec tion haa been visited by a heavy frost. 'Ice n4nchHhiek.'crfrult"Crop lsSeTlotSSIy damaged. yr,,...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 26 April 1871

i: I t; t; -'a 1 ! " ? "I U t :! il ! i . ,:.Jl s - THE DAILY CHRONICLE. ECLE & RICKS, Proprietors, A OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE TJNTTED STATES. WEBNESDAY MORNING, APKlt a: loB.eysent to us in registered letters, by Express, prepaid, .or by Postoffice-orders, will be at our risk otherwise, at fre riskj& the sender. We extend a special invitation to our friends to send us brief and pointed letters, tiring items of interest in their several localiiios. We desire to have something of local interest In every issue for our East Tennessee readers c--jo idsaaMpf amwuni I Kf? T1TE XARGEST, CIRCCI-ATIOX -& Aaj Daily Published: ia$Mt .Tenftcsse. : -sal. r7 i'l'! J f iThe loose charges preferred ans t ij aft&niUration ty ilieDeuiocratic; address 1tret i5ded.- are best ariswereJthlB f tal rlgum ftoni tbe.Treasury Department, jnbJishedyhiclVsbow.iii ' e wUe Man of xewmie alone, o sawmtf OO.OOg feUiiiluaHer just ended, over the correal 1' quarter JorWT OUE FKESIDENT. Nothing' SoJf ur...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 26 April 1871

III' ' I I! fcAu Boot and Slioe House. R.s SAYNE U&aiCCtfS BOOTS;1 SHOES AND .HATS. . .'-21 ,.r-il ' L A SUNDOWNS for two.; siTT-rroVNS for twenty. , SUNDOWNS for a hundred, and . . , . SUNDOWNS for everybody, at o il ! PAYNE'S Hat and Shoe House. CONGRESS GAITERS! Tha FasnSonaMe Gaiter of the smon. to which Con gressmen are not alone entitled albeit they are named Congress. 1 New Spring Style of Silk Hats,; Adopted by the American Bilk Ilat Association, just arrived at PA1 Lb. , ,,,..- ;.-, t.-... . CHILDREN'S FANCY SHOES A nd SLIPPERS of every hue and Pattern. We baTe a very superior variety of them. '. - ' j The Latest and most Stylish SHOES for Ladies can le found at PAYNE'S. - READER .1 You are porponally invited to rail and ei amine oar stock, it will surprise you to learn tne wonaenul adaptation of oar prices and styles to your wants. AT PAYiYE'S Can be found the largest and most varied assortment of Children' Shoes ever brought to Knoxville eome thing Knoxville has long ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 26 April 1871

ffiSlt-For Rent For Salc-Boardinr-Lo-Found vXl be inserted in tkit column, at 23 Vents each t ertiem not exceeding jive linen over Jit e lines 5 Cents r eaeA additional line will I charged, a -j DESIRABLE REAL ESTATE FOB SAIX. Two Houses and Lots and Three acant Lots on Mabry Street, adjourn P" "4&L Mun ron'i property jS'j hiJw K.U. RICHARDS. April 18 dlOt Wanted. "T T T A3TTE D By a Practical Cabinet-Maker, a sit 1?: Tialiou aa working foreman. - Had much cxperi- ece com in Xingiaua ana auu. Apply by letter to w. 11., jvnoxviue u. j A , aps-dat ' 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 - i . ..it East Tenn., Ta. and Ga. Railroad Stork, East Teua. and Ga. Railroad Bonds, ' Bank of Tennessee Notes, New and Old Issue, And rand warrants. ... . - ')y marchia-dftwtf , ., E. P. BAILEY. Cashier. f THE DAILY CHRONICLE; WXDKES DAT H03XIBG. APBIL;26. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Per week, delivered by carrier J. Per month, , , .. , . . a For 6 months, " ' - - A Art One year. HZ 8.00 Tbe'Earret circulation ei any Daily...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 27 April 1871

7 A A i r m m - - m U 1111 V 1" i I I Ml ti lt ..111! 1 i IV IV . V J 3 I I- " . O -T- ' ' I ill I . ' I I. V IL 1 , l I ' . I I . l. ;1 1' f (1 yTi.v' T Tilmi . j;.--rr.-;hX 1 '; 1U cHJJijn ; .': ,; ;., , ,,, y:,;,,',,, i TfJ'JH Of ,ViHi KNOXVILtkrTE.THIJEfeDAX, MQRNINGi,APJlIL . 27, 1 871. v'. a mm t. "V I it . i i " ' . VOL. I. v.u .-n,.,- w:r-':-KO: 306. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. t i - ' i FOREIGN f EIFS BT TUE CABLE. ... v,!r..v,..VI : ' State of Affairs In and Around Paris, o ,1'lAtest From the Mississippi Crerasses. Tfie Jackson Rail Road Sabmered. . .. o ; Miscellaneous and Washington News, HOME NEWS. crnAX issmuEiTiox exteniiho. T&e Ulsslssippi Crevasses. - j ' Havana, April 24. A correspondent at Santa Spiritas says there are more insur gent bands in than at the beginning of the insurrection, a majority of whom have in vaded this jurisdiction from Comaguay and destroyed much valuable property. V&lmascda, since his arrival, has given them pursuit, and has ordered the exe...

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 April 1871

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. RUL.E & KICKS, Proprietors, OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE TOOTED STATES. THURSDAY HORNING, APElL 27. v HOW TO REMIT. " Aloney Bent to us in registered letters, by ExjJressT prepaid, or by PoEtoffiee orders, will be at our risk otherwise, at the risk of the sender. , ' ' . SEXD r THE XEW8. ' We extend special invitation to our friends to send us brief and pointed letters, tiring items of interest in tii eir several foe&litios. We desire to haTe something of local interest in every issue for our East Tennessee readers. . ... - --.-r-. : : I ' TUX ILRGEST CIKCrtATIOX ' Of Any Daily Published'! Iu(,TeMee : ..- i . ' A5 ISSUE CLEARLY DEFUfED. " The recent Democratic address does not, as we hare before stated, fairly meet the issues before the country, and in an une- . .quivocal, straight-forward manner define the position of the party upon them. J ust kso long as that party chooses not to recog- ' tiize the reconstruction legislation of Con gress, and the Constitut...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 27 April 1871

ij Hoot and Shoe 'House. r.tSHPAYNE ;&iiC0.'S t t fi 1 If j J A . v , -. - ".- ' BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS. ,S U NDOWNS! ; 'I. : " ' : ... SUNDOWNS for one. SUNDOWNS for two. cTTvnnwNS for twpnt v- SUNDOWNS for a hundred, and ! SUNDOWNS for everybody, atj PAYNE'S Hat and Shoe House. CONGRESS GAITERS! The Fashionable Gaiter of the season, to which Con pressmen are not alone entitled albeit they are named Congress. NevrSpring Style of Silk Hats, Adopted by the American Silk Hat Association, just arrived at PAYNE'S. CHILDREN'S FANCY SHOES A nd SLIPPERS of every hue and Pattern. "We hate a very superior variety of them. The Latest and most Stylish SHOES for Ladies can be found at PAYNE'S. header: You arc-personally invited to call and examine our stock. It will surprise you to learn the wonderful adaptation of our prices and styles to your wants. . AT PAYEE'S Can be found the largest and most varied assortment of Children's Shoes ever brought to Knoiville some thing Knoxviile has long w...

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 April 1871

. WanU Tor Bent For Sale-BordifLo-F rund will be inserted in tlU column at 23 Cnt each in eertion, not exceeding Jive line; over Ave line 5 Cents or each additional line will be charged. For Sale, v . DESIRABLE REAL ESTATE FOU SALE. Two Houses and Lots and Three ; Vacant Lots on Mabry Street, adjoining Major Elhotta and Col. Mhb? son's property. . . JK-.au KIUIAKDS. : AprU 13 dlOt - ' '- - " Wanted. "IT TASTED By a Practical Cabinet-Maker, a sit V nalirtn wnrVinor fnrtmn IlatimnA enee both in England and North. Apply by letter to AVrAJH2A!LTnE EXCHANGE AND DE V POSIT BANK: ;...:. East Tenn., Ta. and Ga. Railroad Stork, East Tens, and Ga. Railroad Bonds, Bank or Tennessee Notes, New and Old Issue, And Land Warranto, - 1 , For which the Highest Market Price will be paid. -marctl9-dwtf E. P. BAILEY. Cashier. - THE DAILY CHRONICLE. THURSDAY MOKNING, APRIL 27. TERMS OF srBSCRIPTIOJT. Per week, delivered by carrier....... Per month. - r. I or 2 months, I 20 u 75 2.25 4.00 8.00 For 6 month...

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