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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 24 August 1871

Tobacco. THE DAILY CHRONICLE. Stoves and Tinware. Real Estate. Real Estate. Medical. MUNSON & BAILEY'S REAL ESTATE COLUMN. No. 39. BROOKSIDE FARM. BKAfTIFrL BITKS FOR Suburban Residences, Market Gardens, Tlnerds, and SMALL FRUIT FARMS For Snle. WE have recently divided " Brookslde Farm," tchich lies less than half a mile from the northern limits of the city, into tracts of about five acres each, fronting on broad avenues sixty-six feet in width, which will be opened when necessary to the convenience of purchasers. The locations are very fine for SUBURB Ay RESIDENCES, as the sites arc elevated, overlook a large extent of country, and command a fine view. The soil is in a high state of cultivation and is tcell adapted for Market Gardens or Fruit purpoea. The growing of the mall fruits would pay handsomely here, as the demand is good and the supply very limited. To those of our correspondents who ftavc written us regarding sites for fruit-raising, this affords fine opportunity for ...

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. — 24 August 1871

- WntJTF'"' RtfU F'jr Sale-Boarding-Lost-Found ci venreiir t, column at 23 Cents each in crtu!i Hot . j:-. 5 rents ddiiiortal line will be charged. Found. V POCKET-BOOK. UUiaumau a ozlauu j sum of money, which the owner can obtain by applying at this office; THE DAILY CHRONICLE. THURSDAY MORNING, AUG. 24, 1871. The Injet Circulation of any Daily In East Tennessee. CHRONICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET PLACE. TIIF. ntll.T niRrtICLE Ca t be sent to any address, at home or abroad. fur any length of time desired, application to be made at this office. DAILY METEOttOEOGICAl. REPORT. Signal Service, IT. Army. Kkoxvillk. Tisx.. August 23. 1871. e ot.ti i i 7 a.m. j 30.07S 2 P. M. j 30.0S5 4 P. K. ! 30.077 7 77 68jX.E. 6 T.TjN.E. 12 71iN.E. 9 Fair. Cloudy. O.OljCloudy. I WEATHER REPORTS. War Dkp't. OrriCK Chikp Signal Office. Washington. D. C. August 23, (7:30. p. jr..) 1871. Probabilitiet . The barometer will probably continue to fall, with light rain, to-night, on Lakes Erie and Ontario, and Huron. ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 25 August 1871

t ft wmmmm I KNOXVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 25, 1871. NO. 96. VOL. II. M H Is! u 11 1:1 1 In LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. FOREIGX SEWS HI TUB CABLE. -o- Ilpary Mars Won by Prominent Sporting Tnriracn. o THE ARMY WORM IN THE SOUTH. Dissolution of the National Assembly Proposed in May. -o- -AMBETTA OX THE FRENCH IMOX. -o- Miscellaneous and Washington News, -o- FORE1CN. UAMHKTTA OX IREXCII I'MOS. Ititirrh iu ISoloffiia Strnck by IJffhtiiiiiff. Taris, Aug. L'4. Gnmbetta proposes to tho French a Republican Union and the dissolution of the present Assembly on the first of Hay, A church in Bologna, Italy, was struck by lightning to-day and thirty-two killed and in jured. " ' Gambctta's bill proposes the dissolution of the National Assembly on the ground that its dis cussions have proved fruitless ; and provides for the election of a Constitutional Assembly. It also provides for the resignation of Thiers -when the Constituent Assembly is elected. A special dispatch to the London Times say...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 25 August 1871

- THE DAILY CHRONICLE. RULE A RICKS, Proprietors, OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE UNITED STATES. FRIDAY MORNING, AUG. 25. 1871. HOW TO REMIT. Money sent to us in registered letters, by Express, prepaid, or by Postoflice orders, will be at our risk rtherwise, at the risk of the sender. SEXD US THE EWS. Wo extend a special invitation to our friends to eend ns brief and pointed letters, giving items of interert in their eevral localitios. We desire to have something cf local interest in every issue for our East Tennessee readers THE LARGEST CIRCULATION Of Any Daily Published in Eait Tennessee. Agents Tor the Chronicle. Messrs. PATTOX & PATXE, Booksellers, Stationers and News Arnt, Market St., ChattAtiooirm are our author ised Ascents for the City of Chattanooga. Subscriptions or Advertisements left with them will receive prompt attention. SUMMARY. A case of Asiatic cholera Is reported in New York vn the 19th inst. ' Mr. A. T. Stewart the merchant princo of New York, has been very ill, but ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 25 August 1871

Real Estate. MUNSON & BAILEY'S REAL ESTATE COLUMN. No. jy. BROOKSIDE FARM- MAUTIFUl SITEi KOK Suburban Besidenees Market 'ardcns, Vli.crar.ls, ana SMALL FRUIT FARMS For Sale. WE have recently divided BrooksiuC Farm," w?lkh ftV lcsH than haJf a miIcfrom the northern limits of the city, into tracts of about five acres each, fronting on broad avenue sixty-six feet in xcidth, which will be opened when necessary to the convenience f purchasers. The locations arc very fine for SUBURB Ay RESIDENCES, as the sites arc elevated, overlook a large extent oj country, and command a fine view. The toil is ina high slate of cultivation and is well adapted for Market Gardens or Fruit jnirposcs. The growing of the email fruits would pay handsomely here, as the demand is good and the supply very limited. To those of our correspondents n:ho have written t regarding sites for fruit-raising, this affords fine opportunity for securing choice locations not heretofore available. Parties do ig basinets i...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 25 August 1871

fykltfsFor Kent-' For Sale BoanlingLott Found will be inserted in this column at 23 Cents each in sertion, not exceeding five lints; over Jive line 5 Cents er emch additional line will be charged. Found. C A POCKET-BOOK. CONTAINING A SMALL J sum of money, which the owner can obtain by applying at this oflce; THE DAILY CHRONICLE. FRIDAY MORNING, AUG. 25, 1871. The largest Circulation of any i Dally In East Tennessee. CHRONICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET PLACE. THE DAILY CIIROXICLE Can be sent to any address, at home or ubroad, for any length of time desired, application to be made at this office. " " DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT. L Signal Service, V. S. Army. K.voxTiLtK, Tkss.. Angust '24. 1871 a .z Hi 08,0 , ft. W j V S o a 3 . ESS, i p a ;! r? o U B m S k r a -I? J3 S-B& 7i.H. F. M, 4 r. v. 30.122 30.007 29.983 63 N.E. 4 TP S.E. 8 i Fair. 91r Thr't'ng 74iS.E. 12 O.OrCloudy. WEATHER REPORTS. War Dkp't, Offick Chixf Sigsal Offickk. Washington, D. C, August 24. (7:30. T. K J 1871. ' Probabil...

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

v. i. 14 i" j si, 1 i f J.: ,. ... KNOXVILLE, TENN.,, SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 26, 1871. NO. 97. VOL. II. T . LATEST BY TELEGRAPH FOREIGN NEirS BT THE CABLE. iu. Jmnni Caltolics in Ihe Cilj of Mexico. THKKOI MAMAX TROUBLES SETTLFD o Gen. Butler Intcrrnpted IVhile Making a Speech at Springfleld. CHOLERA REPORTED AT ANTWERP. Hiscrllaneous and Washington News. FOREIGN. ST. JOII.WS KOAT RACK AGAIX. Suspicion of Poioninjf Ren fortli French Uonoral on theXationnl Onardw. Washington, August 24. The Tyne crew will row at Halifax with Kelly at the s-troke. Uenforth's inquest has been held. He had had five fits. When first attacked in the boat he said, ''Oh! hurry, I have had something :ivcn me." The doctors are making An exam ination. In the French Assembly, General Pelleeier, a brother of the marshal, opposed the disband -men! of the National Guards as inopportune nnd dangerous. Viscount Meax advocated im mediate disbanclment, and was vociferously cheered. Thiers attempted to speak, but was...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 26 August 1871

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. RULE A RICKS, Proprietors. OFFICIAL JOTJRNAL OF THE HUTTED STATES. SATURDAY MORNING, AUG. 26, 1871. HOW TO REMIT. Money Bent to us in registered letters, by Express, prepaid, or by PostbflSce orders, will be at our risk otherwise, at the risk of the sender. KEXD US THE STEWS. We extend a special invitation to our friends to send us brief and pointed letters, giving items of interest in their several localitios. We desire to have something of local interest in every issue for our East Tennessee readers THE LARGEST CIRCUEATIOX Of Any Daily Published in East Tennessee. Agents Tor the Chronicle. Messrs. PATTOX A PATJfE, Booksellers, Stationers and Jfews Agents, Market St., Chattanooga, are our author 1 zed Agents for the City of Chattanooga. Subscriptions or Advertisements left with them will receive prompt attention. SETTS SUMMARY. Great Britain exported to the United States last month 287,169 tons of iron ore. Secretary Boutwell refuses to refund income tax collec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 26 August 1871

Real Estate. KUNSOH & BAILEY'S REAL ESTATE COLUMN. No. BROOKSIDE FARM- r.F.jirmTL eitks for Suburban Residences, Market srdcr.s, Vinffrf , and. SALL FRUIT FARMS jr0i- fissile WE have recently divided ' Brookslde . irh I'm frf than half a m He from Til!) " it 11 tie northern limits of the city, into tracts of ,',(t(tf fire acres each, fronting on broad omiut tixty-six feet in width, which will opened irhen necessary to the convenience f purchaser?. The locations are very fine ',; SUBURB AS RESIDENCES, as the . jf,- are derated, overlook a large extent of ,--nntry, and command a fine view. The noil is in a high slate of cultivation md is trdl adapted for Market Gardens r Fruit piuposcs. The growing of the ,'!! fruit u ouhl pay handsomely here, as (Irmand is good and the supply very fan if id. To those of our correspojulcnts n-ho have irrittin vs regarding sites for iriiif-raixing, this affords fine opportunity in,- curing choice locations not heretofore nr'ii'ofi'e. Parties doig b...

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

XV s. - " " -(hS z"5 crer Km. 3 Ont. . k " e trtVi he clinrard. "rfj'an nt t:ofum af 2d lenis eacn tn- THE . DMLY CHRONICLE. jATUKD AY MORNING, AUG. 20, 1871. The Lihrg-'Mt Cirenlatlon of any- Daily In East Tennessee. CHKOVICLE OITICE 19 MARKET PLACE. THE DAILY CHRONICLE Can be sent to any addresSj at home or abroad, for any length of time desired, application to or. made at this office. DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT. Signal Service, U. 8. Army. Knoxville, Teks.. August 25. 1871. S ! ; ui . 1 a ! 3 o.S !! rfs "SoHl1- e2 - u r ? - ' s ,:s a re 69jCalm. 75cjW. G 74iS.W 12 jFair. jFair. 0.01 ! Fair WEATHER REPORTS. War Dep't, Offici Chikf Signal Office. Washington. D. C August 25, (7:30. p. if..) 1871. Probabilitiet . The barometer will rrobably rise from Lake Superior to Maine, but will continue low south of that region, with local storms to-night and on Saturday from Iewa and Arkansas to New Jersey and of special severity in the Ohio Valley. Southeastern Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Th...

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

1 KNOXYILLE, TENN., SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 27, 1871. NO. 98. VOL. II. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. FOttEIGX SEWN THE CABLE. Thp e-Eiapfror XapoleoiTs Visit to Lord Chatham o JL'RELLIOX IX PARAGUAY CRUSHED. J The Cholera Prevailing in Charleston, South Carolina. HE GREAT OHIO POISOMXG CASE. Miscellaneous and Washington News. o HOME NEWS. THE OHIO I'OISOX CASE. .Mi-H C'rt'.Iiiis IJisclistrjjed Commerce with Ciiina, Ac. Ln-ix, O., Aug. 20. Mis Collins has been honorable discharged. Sax Francisco, Aug. 2 V The Lark Ilong lvocs:, thirty days from Yokohama, arrived to day with teas for the Atlantic seaboard, on the through hills of lading. This is the first cargo whose shipment YO.S thus made. Officers telegraph from South California for more troops, stating that Indian war is ine vitaViC. The Colorado, from Panama, has arrived. All are well. Sew York, Aug. J'i. The coroner's jury of Brooklyn over the "SYcstficld victims return a verdict that the boiler was originally defective; was worn out by u...

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 August 1871

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. RI7LE fc RICKS, Proprietors. OFFICIAL JOUEXAL OF THE UNITED STATES. SUNDAY MORNING, AUG. 28, 1871. HOW TO REMIT. Money sent to us in registered letter?, by Exrre?!, prepaid, or by Postoffice order?, will be at our risk otherwise, at the risk of the sender. SE3D US THE XEWS. We extend a special invitation to our friends to send ns brief and pointed letters, giving items of interest in their several loealitios. We desire to have jonicthing ot local interest in every issue for our Last Tennessee readers THE LARGEST CIRCrEATIOX Of Any Daily Published in East Tennessee. Agents for the Chronicle. JImim. PATTOX PAT3TE, Booksellers, Stationers and Xews Ajjents, Market St., Chattanooga, are our author lzetl Ajrents for the City of Chattanooga, nbserlptlons or Advertisements left with thorn will reeelve prompt attention. KETYS SUMMARY. The ravages of the cholera are reported very serious in Kussia. Secretary Delano made a very long and ablo speech at Sandusky, Ohio, on th...

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

Ileal Estate. I Li ST TEX IV ESS EE LAND AGENCY. CHARLES SEYMOUR, Real Estate Agent. Attorney at JLav, ronveyanccr and Commissioner cf Deeds for Michipsn OLio.Gcorgia, etc.. etc. iical Estate of Every Wj.on Koajjhl, Sold, Exchapjcd, Rented or Leased. i. (i umi tase rnii in all I-arts of East entfi collected Dd CJSCC. &$Z& to ia all ,,rts of the Unite !5i-u-l "f tiUc carefully prepared, and .Surveys superintended. tin", care and management of Kcal Estate made a speciality. DcoLs rortjrajres and other papers relating to Ileal Instate promptly and carefully drawn, COM PLICA TED TITLES INVESTI GATED AND PERFECTED. Kt.rt.1 the list Riven below of a few of the rrorertie nhich I offer fur sale. CITY LIST ViiIiuillo Lots tor Sale. I tiFFKR KOKTT OK THE CHOICEST LOTS NOHTH OK IKE KaILKOAD. AND AFFORDING THK BEST INVESTMENTS NOW N 1HE MARKET. CoKNEB LOTS OX IMPORTANT STKEETS. Call and look over Maps and Prices. -cVtioiioii ?5iilc. I will fell, to the highest bidder, on the 2Gth of Au ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 27 August 1871

WanU For EentFoi Sale Boarding Lost Found trill he inserted in thui column at 25 Cents each in sertion, not exceeding Ji ve Unet; over Jive Unci 5 Cents or each additional lim icill be charged. THB: DAILY CHRONICLE. SUNDAY MORNING. AUG. 27, 1871. The Largest Clrenlatlon of any Daily In East Tennessee. CHE03TICLE OFFICE 19 1IARKET PLACE. THE DAILY CHRONICLE Can be sent to any address, at home or abroad, for any length of time desired, application to be made at this office. 1 DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT. Signal Service, TJ. S. Army. Knoxville, Tkxx.. August 20. 1671. WEATHER REPORTS. War Dkp't, OrriCK Cffiw Signal Offickb. Washington. D. C. August 26, (7:30. p. k..) 1871. Probabilitiet : Probabilities are that the barometer will probably r.ii cpnr nerallv. execntin the Gulf States. Local ut 0 - rains continue from Indiana to Maine. Erwk south west wind en the south Atlantic, and southeast on the middle Atlancic coast. The syclone will probably di minish its central area, but spread in...

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

! .-7s ' ' ' ' .1 I KNOXVILLE, TENN., TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 29, 1871. NO. 99. VOL. II. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH r fOREIGX KETTS BY THE CABLE nn Hie Erie Railroad-Six Killed and 3Iauy Heunded. STEAMBOAT EXPLODES HER BOILER Dreadful Railroad iv ssier Reported near Boston -o- Misccllaneous and Washington News. -o- HOME NEWS. TAMMAM AXD TIDE TIMES. sinlliii!r Railroad Disaster nfr Boston, - - B 1 tlr., Ac. si'sdat's nsPATcur. New Yokk, Aug. 27. Mayor Hall declares bis intention to sue the Times for ground rent It i? also stated that lie will at once move for the arpoinment of a Receiver. A man, who was struck with a tumbler in a saloon, went for a shot gun, nnd wounded a man and three women with one shot Boston, Aug. '27. The Bangor Express ran into the Beverly train seven miles from Boston, killing 18 men and 3 women. From 40 to 00 v.pre wounded. Little Hock, Aug. 27. The crop reports are not so favorable. The drought and worm are mischievous in some sections. Chicago, Aug. 27. Goldsmith ...

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

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. RULE & RICKS, Proprietor. OFFICIAL VOUENAL OF THE UNITED STATES. TUESDAY MORNING. AUG. 29, 1871. II OH TO REMIT. Sfconey sent to ns in registered letters, by Express prevaid, or by Postoflice orders, will be at our risk otherwise, at the risk of the sender. SEND CS THE SEWS. We extend a special invitation to our friends to send ns brief and pointed letters, giving items of interest iD their several local it ios. We desire to have something oflocal interest in every issue for our East Tennessee reader THE LATEST CIRCULATION Of Any Daily Published in East Tennessee. Age'uts for the Chronicle. Messrs. PATTON A PAY3TE, Booksellers, Stationers and News Agents. Market .St CnatlAuooK. are our author led gents for the City of Chattanooga. inscriptions or Advertisements left with them will receive prompt attention. SE1TS SUMMARY. The cholera is increasing in virulence in Northern Prussia. The .Massachusetts politicians are excited over the coming nomination for Gover...

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

THE DAILY CHRONICLE, Medical. Real Estate. Heal Estate. Tobacco. CAST TEXXESSEE LAND AGENCY. CHARLES SEYMOUR, Eeal Estate Agent. Attorney at Law, I oi.veyanoer and Commissioner of Deeds for Miehif rn Ohio, Georpia, etc.. etc. Krai Estate of Every cnrHon iJought, Sold, Excised, Rentfd or Leased. ,nts collected and te fM in .11 Parts f East Tennessee. Tbroncb active nrfuitMuliratteSto in al; Parts of the Inite rtrivts of title carefully prepared, and purveys superintended. tins care and management of Real Estate mad a speciality. ' J Veils, Mortgages and other papers relating to Ileal Estate promptly and carefully drawn, COMPLICATED TITLES INVESTI GATED AND PERFECTED. U I the list given below of a few of the prcrertie" i bu-li I offer lor sale. CITY LIST V;iluulle Lots lor Sale. i OKI' Kit FORTY OF THE CHOICEST LOTS NORTE 0 UK 1'iAILROAl). ANT AFFORDING THK BKST IXVESTMKN18 MiW OS THK MARKET. CoKNER LOTS ON IMPORTANT -TKKETS. Call and look over Maps axd Prices. Auction $5le. I will se...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 29 August 1871

hr Sale-Boarding Loit-Fonno iitti ",-rf ed in thi column at 25 cents each in r ' . not efjceeding five line; over five linei 5 Cent jLck tidd'ttiona.l line will be charged. THE, DAILY CHRONICLE. T - V TUESDAY MORNING. AUG. 29, 1871. i. The' Unrest"1 Circulation of any Dallj in Eatl TennfMee. CHRONICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET PLACE. THE DAILY CHRONICLE Can be sent to any address, at home or abroad. for any length of time desired, application to be modi at this office. .. DAILY J1ETEOKOLOGICAL REPORT. gSijruni KerYlce, V. S. Army. ' . s ' Ksoxtilli. Tex5 Augu?t 28. 1871. b I - .2 C Z I . 7 a.m. 29.945 72 70 Calm. Cloudy. 2 p.m. 29.852 81 73 W. 8 4 P. M. 2851 7f- 73 S,W. 6 ".15 WEATHEK REPORTS. "'War Dsr'T. Orrict Chief Sigsal Orricia. Washington. D. C. August 28, (1:3), p. M..) 1871. lrohahilitxe : Southerly winds with cl ndy and rainy weather i probabie for Tuesday on the Southe- n and tiulf coast. Clear weather from Wisconsin to Arkansas and west ward. The a-ea of lowest pressure will prob...

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

3 & " - .... , Xr-.-...- . .. - .r A- . . .'. .'. .; o! f s " v 3 5 ' ' KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST SO 1871. NO. 100. VOL. II. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH, FOREIGN BY THE CABLE. Retnra of the Supply Ship Confess from (irecmanu TIE FOLARISTS STARTS TO THETOLE Dr. Livingston Making His Way Home from Africa. -o- TROUBLE WITH CALIFORNIA INDIANS, Miscellaneous and Washington News o HOME NEWS. REPORTS FROM THE ICEBERGS. Firm unci Robberies. Neat York, August 29. The steamer Con gress has returned from Greenland, having made twenty-five hundred miles running time in less than thirteen days. In returning she passed a hundred icebergs, but no packed ice. The sea sod is Tcry opon, not unMke May in New York. The day became perpetual as the steamer ad xanced north. The Polaris sailed northward on the 17th with three parting cheers from the crew of the Congress. The Congress is the largest ship ever in Disco Bay. The Rational Bank at Newark, N. J., was robbed of three thousand dollar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 30 August 1871

4- ; . r. 1 . m . ' i. V, 1 M '1' ft?' 4 .i ,tl i'.i. i . ! i.i- ': 4 "4. t-' THE DAILY CHRONICLE. RULE A RICKS, Proprietors, OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE UNITED STATES. WEDNESDAY MOKNING, AUG. 30, 1871. HOW TO REMIT. Money sent to us Jn registered letters. Lv Exhtvpr prepaid, or by Postoffice orders, will be at our risk oincrwise, at me nsK oi me senaer. f SEXD US THE SEWS. W extend a peial invitation to our friends to ? en us bnei and pointed letters, giving items of interest ii their several localitios. We desire to have poniethim ot local interest in every issue for our East Tcnnesse readers i ; THE LARGEST CIRCULATION Of Any Daily Published in East Tennessee. " - ? i . Affcnts for Hie Chronicle. . Mesr. PATTOS I'AYSE, Bookseller, Stationers and News Affents, Market. St., Clint uuioos, ore our author ieI Agents for the City of Chattanooga ubnerlptions or Advertisements left with them will receive prompt attention. NETVS SUMMARY. There were 537 deaths in New York last week, 33 less th...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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