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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 25 July 1871

Sasli and L. T. CRAIG. EN OX STEAM SASH AND BLIND MANUFACTORY, On loGlicc Street, ISoi'tli Knox ille. CRAIC & BARTLETT, ,,-r to TAR WATER & AMBROSE,) r i-rnr ville nn'l the public generally that they have leaded the Factory former" VNNOUNCE 10 the t ''!;f"v? r t juk sE, where they will keep constantly on hand, and mak-- to order ly occupied by TAK Ait"i- all kind of Saslx, Blinds, Doors and Frames, Also, a large Tarety of t mm niNGS AND SCROLL WORK OF LATEST STYLES. i .Mrtd atshortnotice.tomaleallkindsoffrortnsnallyconnectedwitbthisbranchofbtta They r?"lbat defv competition. ?s11? ruaranteediii all cases, rar further particulars call en or address Fatl8fi!iif CRAIG & BARTLETT. Knoxville, Tena. Drugs and E. C. LOCKE. n ij KNOXVILLE, TENN.. Jol)lcrs and Do?ilei in HI115 I OIII Patent Medicines, Pertumery, Toilet boaps, BRUSHES. COMBS, FAXCY iOOIS, &C, &C -Al;o,- PAIMS, OILS, VARNISH, WINDOW GLASS, WALL PAPER, CALCINED PLASTER, LIME, CEMENT, &c, Azonls for JEtna...

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 July 1871

SI ft ft K ft ft S ? k'- ?! 1 r -: 1 x P '3 i3 8 I 111 1 in h a: I i", K i a. 1U ft 1 r. r a . L J. 3; A' L r -s.i 'if -r,7 be inserted in tki. rolum. t 23 J n, f -eei. Knc; err hnt. 5 Cents or wA Additional lin will b charred. TVanted. l MATT TFACnEROF EIGHT TEARS' STAXD A d"5t .Suation teacher in a rood country ing desires i . iiu . piaranteed. Khool. OjndwJ" GEO. W. KICHARDSON. j . W&dftl iff ? Knoxv.lle, Tenn. THE DAILY CHRONICLE. TUESDAY MORNING. JULY 25, 1871. The I.irjfet Circulation of any IIIy In East Tennessee. DAXLT METEOROLOGICAL. REPORT. Signal SerTlce, V. 8. Arrar. KyoxntL. Tf kk July 24. 1871. 7V a , o o I as o - ISIS5 J O o S. 7i.V. 30.190 591 2 r. X. j 80.875 Slr tr.M. j 8" 62" B. ' 4 jFair. 74' W. 3 i j - 77 S. B. 5 ! O.Ooj " ' ; - i L- WEATI1 Elt REPORTS. Wik Dkp't. Ornci Chikf Siosil Ornci. Washington, D. C July 24. (7;30. r. v J 1871. . J'robabilitU . Easterly winda, with cloudy weather, will probably continue on the Atlantio cot until Tuesday monrns, and tk...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 26 July 1871

- cl,... . , - n i ' i ! i.U , i , , 7 - KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY MORNING, - JULY '26, 1871. NO. 70. VOL. II. H- i r -K -A IV. - r , - r v v jr ' v -v NT LATEST BY TELEGRAPH, FOREIGN SETTS BY THE CABLE. Henry Robbery on the Mobile and Ohio Railroad. -o- TIIE THIEVES MAKE THEIR ESCAPE. o Work on the Streets in Washington City Suspended J o KILLIX INVESTIGATIONS CONTINUE. Red Cloud Thought to be Peaceably Inclined. -o- HOME NEWS. m:n ii.orn sot to fight. Death of an Old Fiig-lneer. Omaha, July 25. Red Cloud's preparations for the war path arc contradicted. Nev York, July 25. Charles Dyke, Assist ant Engineer on Fulton's first steamer on the Hudson, and Engineer on the first boat down the Ohio and the Mississippi to New Orleans, died yesterday, aged 85 years. t The wife of Gideon Lee, and granddaughter of John C. Calhoun, died at Cannel, New York, last Sunda-, aged 20 years. Sax Francisco, July 20. The miners strik ing outrages in Amador county have been re newed. The llakh book-kee...

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

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. RULE RICKS, Proprietors, OFFICIAL J0T7BNAL OF THE UNITED STATES. "WEDNESDAY MORNING.' JULY 2G, 1871. HOW TO REM IT. """Money" sent to uTin registered letters by Exprese prepaid, or by Postoffice orders, ivill be at our risk otherwise, at the risk of the sender. . V - SEA'D TS THE SEWS. - We extend a fpedal tnTttatioirto" our friends to sen us brief and pointed letters, giving items of interest in their several localities. VWe desire to have something of local interest in every issue for our East Tennessee readers. THE EARQEST CIRCEEATION Of Any-LailfPubiished in East Tennessee. - Agents (for. the 'Chronicle. Messrs. PATTOX : PAYSE, v kscHers, Stationers and Xew Agents, "rket St., Cbattanooga, re onr anlhor. zed Agents for the City of Chattaridoga nbscrlptions or Advertisements leftWrilh -them will receive prompt attention. fc; 1 SOI3IARY. : ' ; " Z ' - A terrible fire occurred in San Francisco, on the 23d iiist., resulting.ia & loss of $250,000. ' It i repor...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 26 July 1871

Sasli and h. E. CRAIG. IOTOXVILLE STEAM SASH AND CRAIC & BARTLETT, to TARWATElt & AMBROSE.) Ufaw'fj j , fT--nvrnie an(l the rublic rpnerallytbat they liavc leased the Factory fornier- 4 NNOiJCE to tlf "J, P. AMBROSE, where they will keep constantly on hand, and make to order J ly occupied hy 1AR Aim ; r . '". . -ii i: .1 . c - v f 1 . i k s Sash, Blinds, Door ; and Frames, r Also, alarge-jaretrof j.j r; MOLDINGS AND SCROLL WORK QF, LATEST STYLES. , tv, i o i.rcnared. at short notice, to male all kindi of work" usually connet ted it'll this branch of biiei lney are ai?o I defy competition. . " nefs. nna at rrici- j j n Far farther particulars call on or address . hatisJacti.w ffnawm CRAIQ fe RARTLETT. Knoxville. Tenn. July 20-a -mi . Dm? and E. C. LOCKE. lilkii KNOXVILLE, TENN., .To"ller? iiikI Dealers in Patent Medicines; Perfumery; Toilet Soaps, BRUSHES, COMBS,' PAINT, OJ LS, VARNISH, WINDOW plaster; lime, Agents Jitua While Lead, ImiHirial Ess. Jam. CJinger, St. Louis July...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 26 July 1871

Wanit-For lint-For Sale-Boardin,T-Lo-Fovnd icill be interted in thi column at 23 Vent each ih tertion, not exceeding five line; over Ave linet 5 Cents or each additional line will be charged. Wanted. A MALE TEACHER OF EWin ' JEARS' S A .n, desires a situat on m t- ' Wrd STAND- country ecnoou Wood oraer urni niinv nuu ' L . ay l 'rnnn. IJJtl U1V. II, IVUUUVva., jaly23 d2twltJ THE DAILY CHRONICLE. "WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 2G, 1871. The Erjcest Circulation of ny Dally lu East Tennessee. OAILT METEOROLOGICAL REPORT. Signal Service, U. S. Army. Kxoxtille. Tsss., July 25. 1S71. 3 fl B ct 5 o B a 5 .. o .2 a.e5a c c K 5 e. WEATHER REPORTS. War Dsp't, Offick Chibp Sigsal Ofhckr. ' Washington. D. C, July 25, (7:30, p. m.,) 1871. ' Probabilities T" ' The low pressure on Lake Superior will ' probably move eastward and on Wednesday extend southeast ward to Lake Ontario. Brisk eaiterly winds will prob ably prevail on the East Atlantic and partially cloudy or clearing np weather on the South Atla...

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

.J ' : - 1 I ! -4 J i V v 1 i KNOXVILLE, TENN., THURSDAY MORNING,-JULY' 27," 1 87 1 VOL. II. NO. 7J IK i J j i :"",r '' F ' ji f J''". '1 " I f w " 1 i'1 ii Mil ITT 111 ii iii .l ' i , . , . . ...,.. I LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. foreign mrs nr the (able. -o- Indian Fffbtins Reported in Arizona Territory. -o- THE OSAGES OX TI1E WAR PATH. o Hayticns Arrested for Practicing Can nibalism HORRIBLE SUFFERING IX PERSIA. o Terrible Ravages of Yellow Ferer in Brazil HOME NEWS. INOIAW riHT IX ARIZONA. i Fort RmHh Ad vleee -Ontresrs by the Osnsre Indfaua. "Wasuinotox. July 20. Commissioner De lano Las returned. Naval Captain Jarr.cs V. "Williams has returned. "V. D. "Wriswald has been tendered the presi dency of the Toledo, "Wabash and "Western Kail road. Tex an, -Arizona, July 20. Advices of the 18th of July, report a fight over a wagon train enroute for Bowie. Thirteen Indians :ani one soldier were killed and three wounded. Nothing has been heard from Gen. Crook for three days. Fort Smith advices ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 27 July 1871

13 it 19. S S3 21 : Mr V !! 'I f 'Hi? : II I I-: 1-i t. w P. $8 if i I? I'M 1 L 11 in m t ilW. 1 if i m lit THE DAILY CHRONICLE. KUL.E fc RICKS, Proprietors.: OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE UNITED STATES. THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 27, 1S71. IIOJV TOREJfITv Money sent to us in registered letter?, by Express, prepaid, or by Postoffiee orders, -will be at our ru-k otherwise, afctherfck of the sender. , . v r SEXD US THE NEWS. "Vtrixtend a special invitation t6 our friendsHto ?en'T Kg brief and pointed letters, giving items of interest in their several localities. Wetlesire to feavc something of local interest in every issue for our. East Tcnnesser reaicrs. ' THEL tAIt6EST cincrxATiox i r , Of Any. Daily. Published in East Tennessee, ; Agents fori the Chronicle. Ill n 1 n !! "! 1 9 ' I J JUximni. PATTOX & PAYJfEj O okscllcrs, Stationers ,anl Xews Asonls, rket St., Cliattntiooga,' are our author Jfzed Agent for lhe"CHy or Chnttanodjc a. t utMcriptions or Atlrer tisements left will ...them will...

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

r Sasli and L. E. CRAIG. intfOXVILLE STEAM SASH AND On 31cGlice Street, rRAIC & (Succ-wsoni to TARWATER & AMBROSE,) . .n ' . - w. rtr .TriHf Tid tnc puonc generally tuat iucy uas nascu iuc j nvww .v.ui , NNOUNCE to th- tMtuen? of KnoxiHe they m k constantly on hand, and mako to order-; A Iv occuried by TARN AThK Jc AM&nv- r T . , ; -V ' v- - - -.1? - " V- J j " 1. Sash, Blinds, Doors ana Fraiues, .ill aiuu v Also, a large 1" MOLDINGS AND SCROLL WORK QF LATEST STYLES. . t i .i .11 . ?JM&W defy competition. - J- c.;-firriou J Uiy sirw" l 1 '- ' B. C. LOCKE. nets. ' jMI,tred in all cases, xar iurcner particulars wii ... . PA BlU KNOXYILLE, TENN., .... -,.( ,,; - -. -Joloi5'mil Dcalcrn in ' Patent Medicines,' Perfumery, 'Toilef Soaps,1 4 BRUSHES, COMBS, 'FARCY GOODS, &C, &q JPALVr, OILS, VARNISH, -WINDOW PLASTER, LIME, Aleuts . AXM.ite T rid St. SUIME R Jl V KNOXVILLE, Imperial Es. Jam. Linger, " - v?f n - -; ,, j :-; 7 Dry Goods,'5 Moots'; SUocs,c. I.'IX V ii. !...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 27 July 1871

i J. i '"J ' Wnlr-For firrFor Sale-Boardino--Lot-Fovnd oill be inserted in thim column at 25 Cent each in- nertion, not exceeding five Unet; over five linet 5 Cents or each additional line will be charged. THED AIL? CHRONICLE. THURSDAY MORNING. JULY 27, 1871. The ' Earnest 'Cirenlntion of any Daily In East Tennessee, DAILY METEOROEOGIf;AJU REPORT. .Signal Service, U..S. Array. Kxoxvillk, Tksx July 20. 1S71. . O t , Mi tS - - , c '3 ' - e sSfc -.2" -i t '!.- i m : - ' 7 a.1. $0,127' 6? 2r. li. a 30.033 f T, 4 p.m. 23.99:1 :: 13 w! IS J2 " "3 B C " ft 4' jCalm.' :' .TjW.'OS Clear. ; .Cloudy. O.Co'Fair- t' ri), J r vt WEATHER i REPORTS.' , - I J. War Dxr'x. Omci Chikf Siokal Officer. Washington. D. C July 6. (7:30. p. x..) 1S71. ProbabiHtiet : Pleasant weather & provable for the upper Lakes on Thursday, i N'o Material, change is indicated for the Gulf coast and Southern. States-;i An area, cf low ba rometer will probably move eastward from' Lake nu ron, with firli SoufhVcstcrly" jr...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 28 July 1871

i .'.it :;.! !'.:':; ?rj yji.u :i h t ? - ft nit I "I in f f ','jrj 13 v ynnr J. A I 'J IT ,V.'. -,7 1 , ,Kn61 VILLE,f TENN., FRIDAX.I0RHifeiiXLy 52 1871; VOL. II. NO:7l2. i .!": 1 !' ;. 7 a i tf 3 l : i ' . 5 r f LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. FOREIGN NEWS BY THE CABLE. -0- Tne Confederate General Gordon Be fore the Kuklux Committee. - -o- HE KNOWS NOTHING OF THE KLAN. -o- Railroads in Tennessee Auction. to be Sold at -o- FLIGHT OF DISOBEDIENT ENGINEERS . ! -- Bonds of (be A. & C Railroad on the Stock Exchange HOME NEWS. TKLEURAPJI SVIT DECIDED. Tlie Dri til tins TrnnrMte Kod. Nrw York, July 27. The schooner Isaac, loaded with pine for the first port, capsized about twenty miles southeast of liarnegat with her broadside well out of the water and six of her crew clinging to her. Rough weather pre vented the pending of assistance to ' her. The bad weather soon calmed, and it is hoped (hit other passing vessels will rccue them. Cikcixkati, July 27. The suit against the Western Union Telegra...

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. — 28 July 1871

u r MM THE DAILY CHRONICLE. RULE fc RICKS, Proprietors,- OFFICIAL JOTTKlfAL OF THE UNITED STATES. FRIDAY MORNING; JULY 23, 1871. Money sent to us in registered letters, by Express, prepaid, or by Po?toffice orders, will be at our ri.k ( otherwise at the risk of the sender. . i . SE!TD rS TIIE NEWS. We extend a special invitation to our friends to send us brief and pointed. lqttcrsHriving items of interest in their several localities. We desire to hare something of local interest in every issue for our East Tennessee readers. t - - 1 i . i . F.) THE LARGEST CIRCrUlTIOX I. 47, Daily Publish in as Jenaessee. Agents for Inc. Chronicle. '3Iesfr; PATTOX PAYNE, oksIlers, stationers and New Ajreni rltct St., Chattanooga, r nr anthor d Agents Jr the Clly ,f Chattanoog-a. . t Subscriptions r-dferilsVmeiits left with thm will rereire prompt attention. '' T - :- -r CJcnl Gordon, of Atlantaris to nppoar-boforc -izrVthe Knklux Committee. ' . hirJ ' The Republican State Central Committee of r, . I...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 28 July 1871

Sash and L. E. CRAIG. KNOXVILLE STEAM SASH AND On JlcGHcc Street, CRAIC & .Successors to TAR WATER & AMBROSE,) I ; ... li! 11. tl.t l) Tiii-trirt fnrinar1 A NXOUNCE lo citiwna f KM" bcr5 ly occupied by TAB W ax a. . , . ,,., aU kinds of -f '. TVJ Sasli. - Bliadsj ,D p Alscv largt MOLDINGS AND SCROLL, T. prcrareJ. at short notice! to make all kind f work wuallv ciectelwith this branch offusi 1 L?llt Dricc' that defy competition. . f nt"HctjonP guaranteed in all cases. Far farther part.eulnrs ggf BTLEIT. Knoxville. Tenn. JJIimi aia mawm mam Drugs and Medicines.. j B. C. LOCKE. I il i ilv Ui 1ft II m KMtXVIl.l.K. TK.N.N.. TolleiK unci III; II ill Patent Medicines, 'Perfumeryf Toilet Soaps; BRUSHES, COliBSj" -AlMO,- PAIM OILS, VARNISH, WINDOW PLASTER, LI ME, -Agents ttua White Lcml, , - ; Imperial Y,st. Jam. Ginger t St.Jxjai5 Dry Goods, Iloots,'T51iocs, &c. XX ' STJMM EE KNOXVILLE, . . a-bv rnlTLD c-ill the special attention ot juercliants in lenncssee, oouinem xvtuiucivj, ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 28 July 1871

Wan For Rent For Sale BonrdingLott Found will be inserted in tii column at 25 Onf each in tcrtion, not txceeding five linen; over five linet 3 Cents or each additional Una will be charged. ..THE.DAJLY CHRONICLE. FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 28, 1871. The Inrjrest; Circulation of any Daily lu Insl Tennessee - r - DAIIT METEOROLOGICAL. REPORT. Signal Service, V. 8. Army. . . , , -, Ksoxtim.1, Txjf ., July 27. 1S71. . t ' .1 . Iil!..l i . C V Sees' . 1 "fleS H !ti-i lB:l-s jHc-i3!h H .ft ftSS'Zg. : . . i i l i : I i" 72 WiS-TT. 2 Fair- 7" 79' iW. ' 1 18- 79,S. 5 ! O.Oo' 7 a v rm n 2 p. M. I 30.032 8 i r, i. I . y.io - i WEATHER REPORTS, .tu Dip't. Omc ChiifSigxal Offickr. ' ; Washington. D. C July 27, (7:30. r. J 1S71. Probabilities : It Is probable that a storm of some severity is nd 5 Vaneing eastward towards Illinois, with brisk winds on the southern part of Lake Michigan. A rising barom eter, with northerly winds, will probably continue on Lakes Superior and Huron-,. Southwesterly winds, w...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 29 July 1871

1 . . ' !' iui t i i KNOXVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY MORNING,. JULY pi), 1871. NO. 73. VOL. II. I IStlttC lit ' LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. FOREIGN XEITS BV THE CABLE. Spain to Suppress the Cuban Insurrcc- - uon. -o- Anothtr fiiban Expedition in Prepa ration. The Alabama and Chattanooga Era- , broglio. Great Storm in Eastern States. HOME NEWS. ANOTHER EXPEDITION FOR CI' II A; PREPARING Urtnt Hitil Storm nt Olilciro. New York, July 28. A large meeting was held laet night, which bitterly denounced Hoff man, and resolved to elect the policeman who was dismissed for disobedience of Her., on the 12th, to some office. Louistille, J uly2S. Negotiations are pend ing, which will give the Pennsylvania Central railroad a controlling interest in the Ohio bridge at Louisvilc. Chicago, July 2. Eighteen thousand dollars 'worth of window glass was broken by hail. New York. July 28. Domingo Kuar, who was indicted for violation of the Neutrality laws in furnishing aid and comfort to the Cubans.has been released....

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 29 July 1871

RULE A RICKK, Proprietor. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE UNITED STATES. SATURDAY MORNING. JULY 29, 1871.; HOW TO REMIT. Money sent to us in registered letter?, by Expre? prepaid, or by Postoffice order?, will be ait our ris k otberwi!e,-at the risk of the sender. SEXD T.S THE SEWS. We extend a special invitation to our frier is to send tifeIDr.1 leUe' lTin item" of interest in f itillo?,,tloi- edmire to hav something of local interest in every issue for our East Tennessee THE LARGEST CIRCXI.ATrOX Of Any Daily Published in Eait Tennessee. Agents for the Cln onlcle. . . Messrs. IMTTO.1 A PAYXE, okseiiers, Stationers nl Xews Agents, "rket St., Chattanooga,' r.re onr author zed Agents for the City of Chattanooga. urmerlptlon or Advertisements left with hem will receive prompt Attention. SUMMARY. Senator .Sumner is on n risit to Longfellow, at Cambridge, Msachu.rU s. The nniount paid for ar!rertisinjr the new loan Uj to June lith, is stated be $314,508. A Pennsylvania lawyer has just been sen t...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 29 July 1871

Sasli and L. E. CRAIG, f ; TtfOXVXIXE STEAM SASH AND BLIND MANUFACTORY, On MoGhoc strccJXox-tl. Kitoxville. CRAIC & BARTLETT, r , . .Successors to TARWATER & AMBROSE,) ' " " nTVHleandthe public generally that they have leased the Factory fonucr" NNOUNCE o tbecitircn? of Knoxiiin constantly on hand, and mak to order. j ly occupied by TAKM Alt1 - "UJ!C1 Sash, Blinds, Doors and Frames, " ' -. ' Also, a large variety of ' , .' MOLDINGS AND SCROLL WORK QF LATEST STYLES. U , snared nt short notice, to make all kinds of work usually connecte J with this branch of busi They are al?o rre"rej' f y con),ictition. niaJac"onrguaranteed in all ca.es. Far further particular, QtARTLCTT; Kuoirillc. Tenn. JulylV-d-'"1 ' . i i i.i " Drugs and Medicines. E. C. LOCKE. KNOXVILLE. TENN.. Tollei"K sukI Doalcrs in i Patent Medicines, Perfumery, Toilet Soaps; : ;; BRUSHES, COMBS, VAXCY tiOODS, &., &C PAINTS, OILS, VARNISH, WINDOW (JLASS, WALL PATER, CALCINED - ... PLASTER, LIME, CEMENT, etc. ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 29 July 1871

mi Wnnti For Rent For Sale BoardingLost Found tc ill be inserted itiihii column at 23 C ent each in sertion, not exceeding Jive line; over five line 5 Outs or each additional line will be charged. THE DAILY, CHRONICLE. SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 2, 1871. The Largest Circulation of any Dally in East Tennessee. DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT. Kijrnal Service, V. S. Army. i - - Kxoxtillk, Texx July 2S, 1871. , rsd.:i'a l s : H I S r C ! C 4 A. X, 2 P. V, i ' - 4 P. M. SO.Ot'l 70 CS'jE. 1 ; i Fair. 3(1.021 SSC 74' jW. 1, j . " 30.002 S9'-r.8ytW. 3 j 0.00 ' " 1 : 1 WEATIIER REPORTS. ; War Dsr'T. Omc Chikp Signal OrncgR. Washington. D. C. July 28. (7:30. P. v..) 1871. Probabilitiet : Threatening and rainy weather will probably extend to-night eastward to Michigan and Eastern Tennessee. The same is probable for Saturday in the interior of the Southern and Gulf States and pliant weather for New England. . . , CHRONICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET PLACE. THE DAILY CHRONICLE Om be sent to any address, at home ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 30 July 1871

KNOXyiLLE, TENN., SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 30, 1 87 1 NO. 74. VOL. II. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. FOREIGN SEW TUE tABLEf New Troubles of the A & C. Railroad. Track Torn I'p and Cars and Engine Attached. -o- Serious Riot at Coldsboro, N. C. -o- fonsolidation of Sonthern Pacific Rail Reads Favored. HOME NEWS. DEATH OF LERAL BOYLE. Krhoonor Wnterlosrseil nt Sca-Soulliern Pacific Railroad. Louisville, July 2-A-Gen. J. T. Boyle is dead, aged 53 years. New York, July 2V. The schooner, (J. A. Conklin, is reported forty-five miles off Barr.e jrat on her beams end, full of water, with her fore-top mast gone. At a meeting of the executive committee of the Texas Pacific Railroad yesterday, the pro position from the Trnn.-Continental and the Southern Pacific Railway Companies, with reference to the sale of the two roads to the Texas Pacific Kailroad. was favorably received. "Wilmington, X. C, July -J!.-A bloody riot occurred at Goklsboro' to-day. About five thousand negroes arrived there from Xewbcrn...

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 1871

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. RULE & RICKS, Proprietor!. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE UNITED STATES. SUNDAY MORNING, JULY GO, 1871. HOW TO REMIT. Money sent to us in registered letters, by Express, prepaid, or by Fostoflice orders, will be at our risk otherwise, at the risk of the sender. SEND rS THE SEWS. VTc extend a special invitation to our friends to send us brief and pointed letters, giving items of interest in their several localities. "We desire to have something of local interest in every issue for our East Tennessee readers. THE LARGEST CIRCXEATIOX Of Any Daily Published in East Tennessee. Agents for the Clironlclc. Messrs. PATTOX PAYXE, oksellers, Stationer! and Xews Affenls, 5,rket St., Chattanooga, are our anthor cl Agents for the City of Chattanooga. Subscriptions or Advertisements left with liifm will receive prompt attention. SEWS SUMMARY. They have small pox at Salt Lake City. Lieut. Fred Grant, who has just graduated at West Point, has gone "West. Grand fancy masquerade ball...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
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