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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville tri-weekly Whig and rebel ventilator. — 26 July 1864
XATAWTT TI v m PEE AND KEBEL VENTILATOR. Vol. L KNOXVILLE, TENX., TUESDAY, JULY 26, 1864. No. 1. TYT Mil TUB TRI-1VEEKLY MUG. AV. G. BEOWNLOW, Emtok. Xnoxville, Tuesday, July 26, 1864. joining the rebellion has become a public enemy, ile has iorieited his right to vote National Prayer Day. The President has issued his Proclama tion, in accordance with a resolution of Congress, appointing Thursday, the 4th day of August, as a day of humiliation and prayer, recommendingthepcople to implore NO Rlht to Vote. ' the kind regard? and tender compassion of We contend, despite the amnesty oath. the Almirhty, to pray for the suppression that an open and avowed rebel has no right jof t,,e rctellion,tind that the rebels may to vote in Tennessee in any coming election, i down their arms' and I,eace aml unitv A traitor has ceased to be a citizen, and in I "c t'siamisnea in an our ooruers. for an which, including the petition that we ma kill them off in every field-fight, may God with loyal men, bv...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville tri-weekly Whig and rebel ventilator. — 26 July 1864
Is Pffifl i 'Mectiag In Seller Countji -AY.!!. BKOWXLOW, Editor. . vv i iu wnvi vuuuij r i . : At a recent Union meeting i a SeyWvtilefV "Aiay dOTM South In Dixie." . j c following resolution! were, adopted. ', VNkak Isuam's Ford, Titto Co . Ga., j "1 ! the follow il ho meeting was large, enthusiastic, and For the Knoxvillo Whig. ami many more of them are maimed for lite. : some of us will survive the contest, and ain j return to our homes. An,d then traitors cannot i, i' ihiu i live amongst us. t.'ur once fair tut now aesolat j . j . A, . . . ' country forbids it : our honor and spirit of re Knoning the anxiety among our numerous J 1 ,.,.,.. , . ...i sentnient forbids it : the blood of our comraue menus in .asi itnnrsiee i kiiuvt uib nuae- I IvIlA l.n v-i-n Tnsdsv. Jttly 26, 18b4. :; . ? ! -i x3UUcr.ana lioutc. 1 here IS HO mistake as j .-.., .- . v I who have fallen in battle, and the mand.d z , i . .i i.. . ,' , abouts, condition, Jfcc, ot the Lst lennesseei. . i vAM!M'Pinvy tto ...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville tri-weekly Whig and rebel ventilator. — 26 July 1864
T w -f - XEW GOODS! and NEW STORE! J. 11. PACE & CO., JO. LYOVB. M. STERJf. Lyons fc Stern, Cay street, Opposite the Custom House. Knoxville, Tcun., ! Deaderick Block, under Ramsey's Hall, Gay St., j . HAVE just received nnd opened a new and KuoxvilIct ri'?iiii., ' Fpionaia mock or g"xis, consisting oi UMMEU COATS, PANTS AND VKSTS, LIXEX SHIRTS. FLANNEL SIIIIiTS, L:irsc variety uf feOOTS A XI) SUOlvS, If ATS A XI) CAPS. KENT'S FUliXLSHIXi; GOODS TOliACOO, CIOAHS. XOTIOXS. A-c Slv. The Ladk will nnd a choice selection of Prints i J"',' T,!a; W'T;.1' nT.'h,.ts V,;..,,l,;,.,. H, ni.. lVriMn I Crnkr'!' Candy, Lig Vhtsd, Silk Plaid. 15!;.. Silk. Oriental Lustre, Scotch j alt""i v.rvthin.jr u-imlly Plaid, all wool DcLairns. lVint.-d, Stiii d and Plaid I r,t,'''e ,n u"s "V"1?'' . . 1 Vhiilli, C5iam.rv, (tomlv, Lawn. Jaconet. Nain- , ""'Jtfully invito purchasers to examtneour 'took. vro-s-narnM lri!!.;iiits. wih-. i:mn; :tiid i ... : . 1,v, DRUGS AND MEDICINES, DR. JAMES ROD GERS. Gay S...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville tri-weekly Whig and rebel ventilator. — 26 July 1864
Chancery Court Knoxvllle. , Baxter Edmondson vs. Wm. H. Conner. THE respondent, Wm. H. Conner, being a non resident of the State, as charged in the bill: It is ordered that publication be made for four successive weeks in the KnoxvilU Whig, notifying said defen dant to appear before the Chancery Court at Knox ville on the first Monday of October next,' then and there to make hia defense to the bill, or the same will be taken as confessed a to him, and set for hearing ex parte. A copy 01 tne oraer : j2V4t pf$5 D. A. DEADERICK, C. & M. Richard Pryor vs. W. II. Conner. THE respondent, "Win. II. Conner, being a non- i resident ef the State, as charged in the bill : It ; dered that publication be mnde for four successive week in the KnoxvilU Whig, notifying said defen dant to appear before the Chancery Court at Knox ville on the first Monday of October next, then and there !o nake his defense to the bill, or the same will be taken as confessed and set for hearing ex parte. A copy of ...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville tri-weekly Whig and rebel ventilator. — 29 July 1864
TBMEEKLY WHIG KNOXYILLE AND EEBEL VENTILATOR Vol. I. KXOXVILLE, TKXX., FIUDAY, JULY 29, 1SU. Xo. 2. rriTH 'IMt irin.MrT irtnrt ! t.. v.min.r f ,nir.,. nA ......1..,: r.v..n- ...i..n . , . . I Tj -U Fj lK L H M It ! - " ' ''"" ing classes 01 oncnuors to I seizedand ; the Treas ----- ----- x ; ? . W. C. J5KOWNLOW, Kpitok. Znoxville, Friday, July 29, 1864. lirv. without horns' nndimTiiil W .th- 4u. ... mr, , . B u.r. 1st. Of any person hereafter court, and without giving anv person, whether a ; camp-meeting .ngS. the enemy still confronting uS acting as an officer of the army or navy of the r,M, ' r-,1 rr prctgnM ri-htiul I owner or daiV -f a JW ir? ----inth:rtr lu aims againn the. Government cf the Uid j in cm. -The ,airedres, left . person who might : i-t,,, th God ;.f D,Mlc, our be- Stat, Sw,dly, of any per.,, hereafter actings ! be injured l,y unlawful seizure, is by application i half, and it is gi t pleasure to know that ours is not j President, Vice President. rneml-er of r.,M i...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville tri-weekly Whig and rebel ventilator. — 29 July 1864
. j y qAV Y disloyal devils poison the air wherever they i LOSS Of Rebel Property. A TokCll Of )Ierit. fcllt 'fori-JUnUlJ jwj)lfj. circulate. Xay,.they daily utter language; 1 (;on. Sherman's campaign in Georgia has j At an - impromptu meeting of the cm- 1 . j - traitorous language, fur "which loyal men been xery destructive ot'rel el property, but ployces in the (lartcrmastcr Department AY. G. BKOWXLoW, Kiutor. i would be arrested, or shot down by thesol-' notas ,mK., so :IS it ought to have been. Let at Knoxville, Teim., .July iWth, ISG4, it was diers. esay tighten the ropes around i us ma;c tiK,lu j.,v ,lVi-n tieir Virms, or else unanimously XnoxviUe, Friday, July 29, 1864. ' these vile enemies of the Government. ; ot us jay lu.:r (;(,uutry w;lte. Let us re-: y. ,,, That we .!-..... it j.,t n.l y r-r .i.tt to r - " iduce them to nakedness, starvation and ? uur ?v?? O xT Zm ,;5tfBt: UNION NATIONAL NOMINATIONS. Stand by the Fla i ruill, if it becomes lieeessai'V to-Ut down 'y his u...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville tri-weekly Whig and rebel ventilator. — 29 July 1864
BANK NOTE LIST. XA.HVIM.F.. Thse quotations arc for I". S. Treasury X"t-C. Lank of T-.iniessee 411 di. r:ii..n l!ai:k 15 di. Planters' P.alik 1.1 (IN. !:.n:k of Sh.-Ilyrillc :!r 1K Merchants' 15,-itik 7'.' (lis. II.UIK of tho I'lliotl , 2'i dis, Tr.ebrs" I'.:ink ; dis. Paul; of Commerce.... t;o di. City Hank 4u (lis i!-..'jk of I ;i ris 7" di. j'.al.k of Chattanooga S'.l dis. Laid; of Memphis ..., riis. 'ii'-k i;;.tik i dis. ( - i 1 1 1 . : i-!-!.-! I Lank so dis, Southern liallk 7" dis. Lank of Nashville . CO dis. I '' i',r,u,. 7 t i ' ' - Lnnk of ot Tennessee T." dis. Uniik of .Viddlc Tennessee IT, di. Northern llnik of Tennessee 7't '". -.-:-"i:i ami Small Carolina 70 dis. North 'ar-dinn iiVi'l Virginia 1 is. , .:. ! 7'J dis. L" -.Mai. :i 4i dis. GOODS AT WHOLESALE. .;. il n:s.--:xi)i:x & co. M''.:soi:s of ). 1 TIvMIM.K & Co. WILLIAM B00ND, GROCER, I I O A' T e a, 1 c r 1 s 1 o n ,XD COMMISSION MERCHANT, Comer f day and Union Street., Knoxville, Tenn. FIRST. XATIOXAL BAXK...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville tri-weekly Whig and rebel ventilator. — 29 July 1864
lit Chancery Coi.rtKnxirille. i Attachment. Barter Fdmondson rs. Win.'jf. Coniiv. j John Ellison vs. Eli Miller. THE re-pHi'dent, WmJH. Conner, licing ii -riofr-ij the plaintiff, n affidavit, says the defendant is resident of tins State, as charged h the bill: It h t metHl to him, and that he so absconds thai pro--ordered that publication be made for foiir'siicci'sJ j ,,rf.;Uuii't le served upon him, having obtained an weeks in tin; hnikT'ille l nf, nntimng naifl tieicn- ; ,,ri?iul nttachment against the estate t iiieaeten- darit to appear b. for; this Chancery Court at Kivx- ; jt lllH, returnable before. S. II. Kroughmnn, a Attachment. j M. Ii. May vs. 1 B.Iursf. j THE plaintiff, n affidavit, says the defendant is indebted to him and so absconds that process cannot i be served upon him, having obtained an original! of the defen-l attachment afaint the estate ot the defendant,. made returnable 1m fi.re James Baker, a Justice of! ,1 . A .1.-. -ri ih . i..... mill . . . . .. . . r i. ...