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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 28 September 1871

Real Estate. HTJITSOH & BAILEY'S HEAL ESTATE COLUMN. WE TAKE PLEASURE IN AN NOUNCING to the public that we have made the necessary arrangements to sup ply, from EUROPE, LABORERS of all UlnA, SUCH AS Coal Miners, Farmers, Gardeners, &c. &c, On short notice and favorable terms. Wo haro also tlic Agcucy oftito well lcnovxi nnl pop lar CUKARD STEAMSHIP LINE, Running: between New York and Liverpool, And eau sell EMIGRANT TICKETS t REDUCED RATES, and other passage tickets at NEW YORK PRICES. We have also for sale DRAFTS on ull the PRINCIPAL CITIES OF EUROPE, In small or large amounts. o So. 39. DROOKS1DE FARM. BKACTIFCL BITFS FOR Suburban Residences, Xarkct arde ns, Vineyards, and ; SHALL FRUIT FARMS For Snlc. WE have recently divided " Brookslde Tana, 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 epencd when necessary to the convenience cf purchaser...

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. — 28 September 1871

Want For Rent For Sale Boarding Lost Found will be inserted in tn.it column at 25 Cents each in sertion, not exceeding five lines; ever five lines 0 Cents or eaei iuU'&onil line will be charged: T T?tO. For Rent. 1 CHANGE AND DEPOSIT BANK BUILDING, are for rent from October 1st ix-7 dtf E. P. BAILEY, Cashier. THE DAILY CHRONICLE. TTTmI.T T- i r THURSDAY' MOBNIG, SEPT. 28, 1871. The Largest Circulation of any Dally i ii Kant Tennessee. CHROKICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET PLACE. 1AIL,T METEOROLOGICAL REPORT. Signal Servlee, F. Army. Knoxvillje. Tbn.v.. September 7. 1871. . . o I it tt.o u a I se 3 ! 38 fl5"ln (11 t'd 1 ( P 5 2- .2 V O la c 3.2 XI H 7 A. V. 2 P. M. 4 P. M. . .9S7 ' 9.063 47jCa'iB. Fair. Cloudy. i or 55L 50c N.W. 20 50 N.W. 13 o.co Hazy. ,t WEATHER REPORTS. . if f War Dkp't, Office Chikf Signal Offickr. r Washington. D. C September 17. (7:30. p. it. J 1871 Probabilities : A rising barometer with pleasant weather is probable for Thursday fer the Southern and Gulf States ; fal...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 29 September 1871

knoxville; 'enn-friday morning, September .29, 1 871 . NO. 126.! VOL. II. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. - o FOREIGN, m$ M THE CAB-LE.' Miscellaneous and Washington News. ALABAMA- Jlow Urn. Clnnton's Dentil is Received. f3Xt)SGoliEU Al,, Sept. 28. The death of Gen. James II. Clanton, Chairman of the dem ocratic State Executive Committee, creates the profoundeft grief among all classes. Every business house yithorut exception, and many private houses, are draped in mourning, and festoons of crape are stretched along all the streets for more than a mile. The colored people vie with the whites in tes tifying their, affection for Gen. Clanton. All their "business "houses and engine rooms are h eayily. dxapecL- . -,, An immense meeting of all parties at the theatre nssed resolutions and 'appointed com mittees to receive and' escort the' remains. The mayor arid city-rotincil did likewise. - Every! heart is bowed down, and every coun tenance haded among the people of Alabama, who loved him regardles...

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

: s ii -,ry 'T.MST-2S --r 4 1 f THE DAILY CHRONICLE. ItFXE KICKS, Proprietors, .... Drugs and Medicines. ANNOUNCEMENT. Railroads. ft M x v i M If I. 'ii 1 H I a' V ,U ; ! -1! : : ' T ii. If ii r fi s 1 FRIDAY MORNING, SEPT. 29, 1871. : THE LARGEST CIRCULATION Of Any Daily Published in East Tennessee. , .x XE1YS SUMMARY. The lives of ''outside barbarians" residing in tne v.eiestm empire aro not afe.-- The reduced rates of. postage to Germany goes into effect tin the 1st of October. Nineteen horses belonging to Older' s circus were roasted to death by.firo last -week. Senator Conkling and the Administration havoecn' endorsed by. the Syracuse Republi cans. An epidemic among fish in tho Gulf of Mexi co prevails, and large numbers are found float ing on the surface of the.water. The loss by the explosion at Rand's powder mills, Newburgh, N. Y., reaches $10,000. One man was killed: and the building demolished. Wk tire glad to; i'.e3ii;,our: i&spatcIiejS tliis morning so satisfactory a...

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

Heal Estate. UUllSOU & BAILEY'S EA!illESTATE COLUMN. . WIS t TAKE PLEASURE IN AN NOUNCING to the public that re have made the necessary arrangements to sup ply, from EUROPE, LABORER al1 Iiln!8 such as Coal Miners, .Farmers, Gardeners, &c. &c, On hort netlce and favorable terms, yr haro also tlio Agency ortho -vroll known andl pop lar CUKARD STEAMSHIP LINE, Barmln? between Ne-w Tork and Liverpool, And can sell EMIGRANT TICKETS at SEDUCED RATES, and other passage tickets at NEW YORK PRICES. ' We hare also for sale DRAFTS on all the i PRINCIPAL CITIES OF EUROPE. ,- ; In small or large amounts. o No. 39. CROOKSIDE FARM. J BtimrTL BITES FOB Dnbiirban Residences, Market Gardens, Tincxards, and SHALL FRUIT FARMS For Bale. WE have recently divided M Brookslde Tim," which lit less than half a mile from the northern limits of the city, into tracts of about five acres each, fronting on broad siconue sixty-six feet in width, which will be opened when necessary to the convenience of ...

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

1 Wants For Rent For Sale Boarding Lost Found -mli beinserted in this column at 25 Centsrcei tn ncrlion, not exceeding five Unet; over five line 5 Cents or eah Additional line Willie charged. " Tor 'Kent. rplTREE 'ROOMS 'IN SECOND - STORY" 07 EX L CUaVgE ! AND DEPOSIT BANK BUILDING, are for rent from October 1st ix-7dtf l.,-.,,x,,,s. ; ,iAV4iAiLXii,uamer. THE rDAILY; CHRONICLE. Z FRIDAY IMORNING.J SEPT. 29, 1871. The 'largrest' Circulation 'of 'any' Bally In East Tennessee. CHRONICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET PLACE. DAILY METEOROLOGICAL BEPOBT. Signal Service, V. S." Array. Kxoitille. TexsL September S8. 1871. fl. 5S o g t Si g.s o a 'f 49c. 49 N.W. M , jVTEATnpR .SEPOBTS. rjry War Dxp't, Omci Chiip Sigsal Omns." Washington. D. C, September :8, (7:30. r. u J 187L ; ' Probabilities t !.: ; t Rising barometer and clear weather will probably continue on Friday in the Southern and Gulf States; rartially cloudy and clear weather in theMiddle States; cloudy and clearing weather in New England, wit...

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

IH fr ! t I? WW, it if KNOXVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 30, 1871. NO. 126. VOL. II. i ! LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. -o- FOREIGN KEffS BY THE CABLE. Miscellaneous and Washing oil News. FOREIGN. SEVT LORD A ATOR OF LOSDOX. I'rn n re Declines Liberia Customs to the Powers of Europe Londos, Sept. 29. Gibbons, a successtul merchant, and a member of the Conservative party, has been elected Lord Mayor of London. Gales continue and several additional disas ters have occurred. Tho rimes' Versailles special says that France declines to give to other powers the same favor able custom clauses that are accorded to Germany under the recently negotiated treaty. On the other hand, a correspondent of the Time, -writing from the same place, expresses the opinion that the negotiations with Germany will be pro tracted and fruitless. Versailles, Sept IS. The Minister of Com merce informs the committee of the Assembly which controlla affairs during the recess, that the negotiations with Germany arc...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 30 September 1871

THE DAILY CHRONICLE KUL.E A RICKS, Proprietors, SATURDAY MORNING, SEPT. 30, 1871. THE LARGEST CIRCUEATION Of Any Daily Published in East Tennessee. SETTS SUMMARY. Tlie usual fall fairs have commenced. The price of coal is advancing in New York. There are 1,200 masons and 17 lodges in Colo- Weston, the pedestrian, is w alking at Cin cinnati. , . . . . The Bristol Neics is indignant at Democratic uiuu wmcnis going to be practiced in wasn inton county, Ya. . killed some moths ago in Dublin, haTe entered tun against tne city tor W,iW. . Breads riots in New York arc feared on ac count of stopping the public work and throwing a large number of laborers out of employment. Leo Frankel, the Prussian Internationalist, who became a member of the Paris Commune, was not shot as reported, but is in London. It . in l i v - "w r.T -1 A the warrant for General Clusoret's arrest. EAST TENNESSEE FAIRS. Next rveck the first of our East Tennes see Fairs begins at Cleveland. It will be followed by one at...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 30 September 1871

Real Estate. HUNSON & BAILEY'S :EAL ESTATE COLUMN. WE TAKE ' PLEASURE IN AN NOUNCING to the public that we have ,ua.le the necessary arrangements to sup ply, from EUROPE, LAKOUEIW or all Kinds, SUCH AS Coal Miners, Farmers, Gardeners, &C.&C, (, ,hort notice and favorable terms. We have also tlio Agency ol'tlie Avell Iciiowii Jiiid 11 lai CUXARl) STEAMSHIP LINE, Running, between New York and Liverpool, And can f-ell EMIGRANT TICKETS at REDUCED HATES, and otherassage tickets at NEW YORK PRICES. We have also for sale DRAFTS on all the m.ivciPM, CITIES OF EUROPE. In Mr.all or large amounts. BRGOKSiDE FARM. ETAI'TIFVL SITES FOR Suburban Besidences, Uarict Gardens Vineyards, and. SMALL FRUIT FARMS JPor Sale. WE have recently divided " Crootsklc raTW,' which lies less than half a mile from (he northern limit of the city, into tracts of about five acres each, fronting on broad avenues sixty-six feet in width, which trill I'C opened when necessary to the convenience f )vr chasers...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 30 September 1871

ft : . I; if' 'lit if n ! i i-.: !; Vi I'll : : ill f . ' 1 i mi 1j l ni u - tu it a ?-, S I : 1 ;! I l hi J: ; !i 1 I? I ij; I S f i k ii It'. it5- Tran for Rent For Sal Boarding Lott Found irill be inserted in thi column at 23 Cents each in sertion, pot exceeding five line; over five linet 3 Cents or each additional line teill be charged. For Rent. r piIREE ROOMS IN SECOND STORY OF EX 1 CHANGE AND DEPOSIT BANK BUILDING, are fr rent from October 1st. ix-7 dtf J E. I BAILEY, Cos hier. THE DAILY CHRONICLE; ."SATURDAY MORNING, SEPT.ISO, 1871. The Largest Clrenlatlon of any Dally in fcast xennessee. A - . CHKONICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET PLACE. DAILY METEOROLOGICAL BEPOBT. Signal Service, U. S. Army. KXOXVILLR. TeXX., '., September H?. 1S71. a 2 .5 o o 5 ! 2 Si . s J 4 he- E i C 3 f og. -2 OQ a & in - c ; .a 7 a. h, 2 p. if, 4 r. ii. 30.457 30.254 39.376 40' C3- 39jN.E. 56C;N. Foggr. Clear. Clear. 0.00 WEATHER REPORTS. "War Dkp't, Orncs Chief Signal Officer. Washington, D. C, September 2...

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

.M !!!:;!!'( v.! 1 N 'A t Si? ft' KNOXVILLE; TENN., SUNDAY MORNING,4 OCTOBER 1 , 1 871. NO. 127. VOL. II. -. . . . HI . , ,'. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. NEWS HV THE CABLE. FOREIGN Miscellaneous and lVasIiingtou Kews. FOREIGN. L.tNTOXE AT B.IL3IORAU Dniojii I rHKJ's Noiit lo Austria. Londox, t?cpt. T.O. Tlic u-uitl reference to the Queen's health does not apc:ir in the court journal. Gladstone ar.d the Prince of Wales have gone to Balmoral castle.. Paris, Sept. :J0. Druoyn Do l'lluys is ap pointed Ambassador to Austria. The German Generals refuse to evacuate the depart ni out of Oise until officially informed that the third half million indemnity has heen raid. m t x. Veksallles, fk-pt. :H The representations of the Government to Germany, with reference to the continued occupation of Oise, arc un answered. There are still troops at Compeigne, and have returned to Creil, Cressy and Claremont. The disarmament of the National Guard at Bordeaux has Veen completed. 1 HOME NEWS. MAV YORK I'KIJI....

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 1 October 1871

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. KFLE RICKS, Proprietors. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1871. THE LARGEST CIRCULATION Of Any Daily Published in East Teanesseo. 'F1YS SUMMARY. The Emperor William has given away forty thousand iron crosses. 2 A dispatch from Fort Laramie states that serious trouble with the Indians is anticipated. The great fires in the woods of "Wisconsin and Michigan are nearly extinguished. The damage cannot oe estimated. "Weston undertook to waIIc 113 miles in Cin cinati m twentv-four hours. but broke down at- ter walking the eighteenth mile. Deimtv (Vntrnller Rmon of "New York, has determined to distribute the printing of his de- partment among a number of printing establish ments. A French m fin pp.t surcests the building of a railroad from Paris to Pekin, tha cost of which he estimated at 220,000,000 francs about 212,000,000. The Crown Prince has presented lockets to the ladies of honor who welcomed him at the entry, at 3Iunich. as souvenirs of the festive oc casion. The directors of...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 1 October 1871

w5i)7ug'ht iron jbrid;ges r ' ' COLUH IBOW AKCH ' L BEAM ARCH , " EiCTIOMi. ' "BCn0'S' uriir y the . " ; ; . ; ! WROUGHT IRON BRIDGE COMPANY, CANTON, OHIO. PT AYS FUKNISHED COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND OTHERS, ON APPLICATION. Any Bridge tp,j bv this Company which does not jrivo perfect satisfaction, removed without i. -septltS RUBLE A HIGH T, Chattanooga, Ageu. for Tennessee. KNOXVILLE, HAVE Nf W OPEN FOR INSPECTION AND READY FOR SALE. THE LARGEST, MOST COMPLETE and varied assortment of ....... - . General Merchandise,, Io be found in any establishment North or South. The additional room afforded by their New, piM'ion.-i ;ml Eleg-aiit vAVa.relibn6 ;rju Has enabled them to materially increase their stock and present to the trade full and complete lines of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, t; ' -jYolloii, Clothing:, Boots,5 Shoes' and Hats, ' Hardware, Queexisware and Groceries, ' ' TO WHICH TnEY INVITE THE ESPECIAL ATTENTION OF. i MERCHAN T S Tiiuo ugiio vr Sept. 2MS71-diw. THIS E. O. LOCK...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 1 October 1871

Want For Rent For Sale Boarding Loth-Found will be inserted in thie column at 25 Cents each in sertion, not exceeding five fine over five linee 5 Cents or each additional line will be charged. , For Rent.. rnjIREE ROOMS IN SECOND STORY OF EX 1 CHANGE AND DEPOSIT BANK BUILDING. are for rent from October 1st. ix-7 dtf E. P. BAILEY. Cashier. THE DAILY GHRONIULE. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1871. The Largest Circulation of any Dally In East Tennessee. CHRONICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET PLACE. DAILY METEOROLOGICAL BEPOBT. Signal Service, C S. Army. Knoitilli. Texk September 30. 1871. c - ft. c ts.o . et a O o X J3 . CO a H 3e 0 2 as C a a - ac o H ft ' Pi 1 A. M. 2 P. M. 4 P. M. 30.353 30.583 '.116 42 bo" 62- 40iN.E. Gear. Clear. O.COCIear. N.W. 8 N.E. 7 WEATHER REPORTS. Wah Dir'T, Ornci Chiit Sigxai. Omen. Washington, D. C September 30, (7:30, r. K J 187L . i ( . Probabilitiet . The barometer will probably continue- high, but Call ing on Sunday over the Atlantic State, and falling-. with increasing east...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 3 October 1871

i 5 h ? f 1' KNOXVILLE, vTENN., TUESDAY f MORNING, OCTOBER 3, 1871. NO. 128. VOL. II. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. FOREIGN NEWS BT THE CABLE. Riiscellaneoiis and Washington News. HOME NEWS. EXCITING TIMES IN VTAII. Kallrond Litigation In Virginia-. ErcHMOXD, October 2, A bill for injunction against the Virginia and Tennessee Railroad Company, and its President Gen. Mahone, was filed this morning iv the United States Circuit Court, by James E. Tyson, of Baltimore, a non reeident stockholder, charging the consolidation of that road with others to bo illegal and uncon stitutional ; and that the President and officers propose to issue bonds for eight millions, secu ring the same upon ths consolidated roads, in cluding the Virginia and Tennessee, Southside, and Norfolk and Petersburg roads, under the name of the Atlantic, Mississippi and Ohio Railroad Company. The bill charges that any euch use of said roads and property is illegal and destructive of the rights of stockholders, as is the carryin...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 3 October 1871

THE DAILY CHRONICLE. RULE A KICKS, Proprietors, TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 3, 1871. THE LARGEST CHICCXATIOX Of Any Daily Published in E&it Tenaeme. SIMMY. Cusiius IU. Clay Avill take the tump in Mis souri next week. Tlie total cost of the Mount Cenis tunnel is t-j.UUU.UUU francs. . There are G20 prisoners now confined in tho Shelby county jail. lhe largest hor in the "West is owned bvCapt Wright, of Illinois. His hogship weighs 1, pounds. A negro convict named Norton attempted to escape trom the guard in Memphis last inurs uay, out was shot and killed. The Tyler-Davidson fountain will beunvailed in Cincinnati next Friday. It is the gift ot Mr. Henry Probasco, and cost $lu,(XW. General Stand "VYattie, a prominent Indian, and 'a Confederate General during the war, ilicd'in the Cherokee Nation a few days since. The Russian government is going to revoke turloughs granted to omcers and' enlisted nun, in order to test the efficacy of mobiliza tion. 1 , THE WAR Off TAMMAHT, The leaders o...

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

W RiO U GHT IRO N BRIDGES, . COLCIfll tBOH ABCH I. MJM ARCH - - . . - eiaiONa. - THE DAILY CHRONICLE. TERMS OP DAILY PAPEB. Per month, by carrier or by mail... f 75 WEEKLY PAPER. Per year Clubs of Twenty, or oreT per copy'.. RATES OP ADVERTISING. m 50 Ten lines, solid Nonpareil, to constitute a square. One Square, each insertion.. i..tll00 BUILT Y THE s WROUGHT IRON BRIDGE COMPANY, CANTON, OHIO. T1LAN8 FONISHED COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND OTHERS. ON APPLICATION, Any Bridge X erected by this Company wnicn aoes noi give perfect sntistaction, removed without 08 septlti III E A IIIG1IT, Chattanooga, Ageu sfor Tennessee. IT ff LAL 11a V KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE. HAVE NOW OPEN FOR INSPECTION AND READY FOR SALE. THE LARGEST, MOST COMPLETE and varied assortment of ' . , . General Merchandise, To be found in aiy establishment North or South. The additional room afforded by their New, Spacious ami Elegant WarelioiiNO Has enabled them to materially increase their stock and present to the trade full a...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 3 October 1871

1 yanfgFor Rent For Sale Boarding Lott Found tcill be inserted in thi column at 23 Cents each in itrlion, not exceeding five linear verfive line 5 Cents or en-h additional line will be charged. For Rent. THREE ROOMS IN SECOND STORY OF EX I CHANGE AND DEPOSIT BANK BUILDING, arc for rent from October 1st ix-7 dtf J E. P. BAILEY, Cashier. ".'1. -A-.. 1 THE DAILY CHRONICLE. TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 8, 1871. The Earnest Circulation of any Dally 1 East Tennessee CHROSICLE OFFICE 19 MAE EXT PLACE. DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT. Signal Service, V. S. Army. Knoxvillk. Ten.v October 2. 1871. 7 a.m. '30.330 N.E. 2 Fair. 2 r. m. 30.154 69 59 S.W, 3 Cloudy. 4 r. m. &M10 69 53 W. 1 O.Cojaoudy. WEATHER REPORTS. War Dif't, OffiCc Chikf Signal Orrici. Washington, D. C October 2, 0:30, r. x..) 1871. Probabilities: Falling1' barometer with brisk southwesterly winds and possibly rain will probably prevail by Tuesday noon from Tennessee and Illinois to the lower Lakes and New England; continued cloudy...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 4 October 1871

1 i. ' Oi&SS fSVO " i l 0 1 H & 1 T TP ; morning; October 4, wi . NO. 129. VOL. II. - - 'I ., ((WAS a. . a. ,Al,Ayw 1 ?iilOTiif : Ml i r: i': " ai. .y X jpy V NT 7 V ' Y ' ' v . v i AY LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. FOREIGN BT THE CABLE. Miscellaneous and Washington News, HOME HEWS. THE FAIB AT ST. LOTJIP. l V Terrible Balloon Disaster at Louisville.,. "SrfLori Oct 3. The Fair opened -with favorable auipices. ' Four hundred cotton hales have heen entered. ..-t--fv :i LouisTiLLE Oct. 3. In the balloon ascen sion the balloon broke prematurely from its fast ening!. Two men sprung for thecarr hut only caught the ropes. -They were carried off, and one of them fell at the height of thirty feet hut was unhurt The other, Professor !Y.ilbuT, clung to the ropes Until the balloon had attained the height of a mile, when he came whirling to the earth. As he approached the earth he was feet foremost, he then fpread out horizontally, then" doubled up and turned over and then str&igtened , out wi...

Publication Title: Knoxville Daily Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville daily chronicle. — 4 October 1871

1 .- THE DAILY CHRONICLE. RULE A RICES, Proprietors. WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCT. 4, 1871. THE LARGEST CIRCULATION Of Any Daily Published in Zait Tennessee. PACTgAB0I7TTHE "" KONTCENIS TUHHXlT We referred a few days ago to the suc cessful completion of the eight mile tun nel through Mont Cenis." The 'first train passed through it on the 13th of Septem- her, making the transit on the down grade jtLforty minutes and; the return in 5-5 mlnutesi Some remarks in reference to this remarkable mountain may beof inter est to onr readers. It isa"n" elevated platform -6,7rj feet above sea level, with a peak rising 11,4541 feet, situated at the juncture of two ranges f the Alps between France and Italy. On the plateau is a beautiful lake called La Ramasse, which is filled with : trout, over this mount is one of the most cele brated Alpine ' passes. In 755 ' Pepin 'led the, French army against"; the; KingVof Lombardy in aid of .Pope Stephen III, for which service the Pope .promised great spiritual bl...

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