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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownlow's Knoxville Whig. — 14 March 1866

I- J J VOLUME III. f r ft. .-I 4 A r KNOXYILLE, TEM, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14, 1866. NUMBER 5. She 'gwxfftlle TCg By BROWNLOW, HAWS & CO. Tern of SnbxripMm. OK THE, payable Invariably in advance, S3 00 - EIGHT MONTHS, .. .. 2 00 ; rOCR MOSTHS. l no Ko sibseriptioB will be received for a let period than Fonr hontbi. KemittaBca can be mad through th Port Office, at the ride of tb Publishers, when the receipt of the Postmaster if taken lor iot amoani lorwarded. Order for caanci of bibectiox unit fin Pott Office, Coon ty and State to which the paper has bees and is to be sent. RsrtM or AdTwrtiaiaa;. Ou square, tea lice Koapareil, oae iniertion Jl 60 Each continuation of aame advertisement, I 00 One square, six months, 16 ou One lunar, per annum, 20 00 Liberal discounts will lie mad to thoae who advertise lib rail v. Call on persons to become candidate will be inserted aa other adTerttMmenU, to be paid for invariably in advance. Ail advertisements on which th Bomber of inaertiona ia not m...

Publication Title: Brownlow's Knoxville Whig
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownlow's Knoxville Whig. — 14 March 1866

LEGAL. CHANCKEY CO ITET KNOXVILLE. Joh. WU1U, Adm'r, it-, t J. THE FOLLOWING NAMED RESPON- I "V " wiM- .o.-ridret of this M charged in .WbK-V-rTfor ..co-iT. week, in Brown. jU.t pottiira defendants to appear before th. 4ortUnoxrllle, o. the on Monday of April -T 1 1 h. ti fcrwi' as to them, and set for hearing ex rt. A "p" ri,,r- A DlkDt&lCK, C, M. rc 4 Coot ts. John II. Parker and other. THE DEFENDANTS, JNO. II. Pakkeb ad Qtoff Parker, being non-resident of Tennessee, m Ltd ia tb bill : It It ordered that pnblicatioa bo Bade for foar (SCCMaiT weeks ia Brownlow's Whig, notifying amid de fendants to appear before tbt Chancery Conrt at Knoxville, on tb first Monday ot April next, tben and there to make defense to tbe bill, or the tame will be taken for confessed aa to tbem, and set for hearing ex part. A cpy of the order. I. A. DEAUacUCK, C. k U. P.. H. TaaUan and others ts. A. Daidsbn ami others. 'pnE DEFENDANT, A. DAVIDSOIIN,. I being a non-resident of this State, a charged in t...

Publication Title: Brownlow's Knoxville Whig
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownlow's Knoxville Whig. — 21 March 1866

' " M X M H A XJ ft- y0 YOLDME IIL KNOXVILLE, TEH, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, 1866. NUMBER 6. By BROWNLOW, HAWS & CO. Tewsw f SatMerlptivm. OX TXA. payabl Invariably In advance....... ..W 00 SIGHT MONTHS, - " t 00 rocs HOKTRS, mm J 00 So Bbwaiptioa will b reelv4 for a 1m period than Tour Month. Bnlttaao eaa b mads through th Pott 018 cs, at th. nak f th Publishers, whn th receipt of tbc Postmaster is takes for tb tnoait forwards. Order for cannot of sibsctiok mart giro Post OfBeo, Coun ty ss SUM to which tho paper bu bwi a ad I to bo Mat. Rates of Adwwrtlstsi;. Oa tqaaro, toa line Nonpareil, one Insertion Z 00 Each centisnattoa of nM advertisement, 1 00 Oao qnre, olx months, 15 00 Oa square, per annum, i0 00 Liberal discount will bo mad to tho who adTrtiac lib orally. , Calls oa persons to becom candidate will b Inaerted a other advertisement, to b paid for invariably in adTano. All adv.rtM.ment. oa wbicb th number of insertion is not marked, will be published till roaaia, and charged...

Publication Title: Brownlow's Knoxville Whig
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownlow's Knoxville Whig. — 21 March 1866

Ju gtioxriHt Whig. EEOWKLOW, HAW8 & CO., Publisher. Th onion of Ukei to onion of lands Th anion of Statei nono can itYcr The nn'.on of haart th union of hand' And the flag of oar Union forerer." Knoxville, Tenn., March 21, I860. C. 6. Uciurd, No. 24, Broad Street, Boston, Mass.. il oar regularly appointed agent to reoeiv subscription for oar paper in the fitats of Connecticut and Massa Ciuretu. The Whio can be had every week at the New Depot of K. II. Singleton, Poft Office Building Haehrille, Tenn. Louis McGlaUflijt U authoriredto act at oar a?ent alone the whole Pacific Coast. Hit addrew it San Francisco, California. Col. Joh H. James, Chief Quartermaster of the District of Eaft Tennessee, la authorized to re ceive payment for subscriptions to thii paper. Govkrnor Brownlow will address the ' German Union League," by request, at Temperance Hall next Saturday evening. The Coming Election. Our accounts from the East Tennessee counties which select Representatives on the 31st, are...

Publication Title: Brownlow's Knoxville Whig
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownlow's Knoxville Whig. — 21 March 1866

Knoxville, T-nn.f Mirch 21, IS66. Belief for Colored People. On lb 13th Dr. David Scott, ot this count j, received from New York, fjtten hundred dollar i worth of clothing for distribution among the desti tute colored people of East Tennessee. "We are grrtified at this gratuity of the liberal donors of the Korth toward our destitute colored population, Without protectors, the war has thrown them upon society homeless and landless, andihej deserve the sympathy and protection of all good citizens. More than a year ago, one hundred and fifty thou sand dollars were subscribed, by the generous peo ple of the North, for the relief ( the white people of East Tennessee made destitute by the war. - It is eminently just that the colored race be en couraged to be benest and industrious. The inter ests of all classes of wbite people will be subserved by this. To do this, black people should be taught that the whites will befriend them when they are unfortunate and unable to work, and that those...

Publication Title: Brownlow's Knoxville Whig
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownlow's Knoxville Whig. — 21 March 1866

Ui.lTtD STATES HAILS. TENNESSEE. r.t Orrrow Dsabtiet, ?0?.AIS JLL BE RECEIVED at , it ; " Department oniu p. m. o. ... u-cu 3i. 17C in tn Stat or iennere, a -r i.i schedule of departure and arrivals J. .1. kl ,.r 1 u ike r.K aW.ft-t'or.'d April 2, 16. ( liirfatr v: 'i m'nine rnrffvXly the form $ and in sirHff, fi,--f"--. especially the latter pnrt ot dniruciin 19.) ,1 fr 1S'iT1ii ly VrMil'kU, Strawberry Tlains, Ji'ew a.-ai.-t, IIf.) 'i k. Talbott'i Mills, Panther Sprinrr, J.oi. :i atnrellrille, Whiteeburg, Eorrrille Juti , i'iiray, Gusta-rua, Graenerille, Uendsr ' aaiii , rll(,u', Rheatown, Freedom, Leesburg, l-oli -';. Jf"j"'orooth. Johnson's Depot, Carter s . ? ..it, P(-? FUt, and Cnioa Depot, to Bristol, I hi 7-1 u i-er hrd buck, daily, or twice, daily if trains rr .. I e. ... iii.-x "lif- dally at S a ta ; ' i:iy ct I'ruud hy 4." p m ; T. i-r U;l d-.:l y t i.2i a m ; ,Tr.i t .r. I T U 4S a m. ,v. . iifl r.o- iile. br Cncord. Lenoir's, Loudon, Phila , fc Wa-.ar, Facility, MouMCra...

Publication Title: Brownlow's Knoxville Whig
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownlow's Knoxville Whig. — 21 March 1866

1 WHIG. VOLUME III. ? . KXOXYILLE, TEM, WEDNESDAY, MAKCH 21, 1866. NUMBER 6. She gnoxvtllc 3,Mig is rrsusBiD wiillt By BROWNLOW, HAWS & CO. Term's f Subscription. ,.K T kK, payable invariably in advance Si l EI1.HT MONTHS, . ' o of) ru months, .... M S..ubcriptioB will b iwivd for ilw period ihxn Fonr ji 'i'.I.v i.-m limei can be m,,i. ihroapli th Tot Office, at the risk f th- Publishers, when the recipt of the I'cstmaMrr is taken ! r Hi. amount forwarded, "r i.-rs i,ir iihob of meectios. mu.t gi.o Pjst 'iflVe, Conn v an1 Mat" lo which the paper bu bwu and l lo be sent. Katm of Adterf Uiugf- "i." ?iUa:, ten linos Konparil, one iiibertion, Jl ;..i In !: i onlinuatioo of same advertisenviit, 1 0o junre, it mouth. lo H, ' - iuar, pur annum li'l (i discount will be male to tii'.n who adv.rliso lib- I.il -T ft , . :: . a ir.-rs to become candidates will be iut?rtii as '. : a,!,.-; niriiia. to b paid lr invariably iu advance. A .1 ,oiv rtw.-uit-iit. on tioh the number of in.'-rtions i...

Publication Title: Brownlow's Knoxville Whig
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownlow's Knoxville Whig. — 21 March 1866

LEGAL. CHA.NCEBY COURT-KNOXVILLE. Jena Wd:intua, Adm'r, Ae., vs. J. W. Percy and others. THK FOLLOWING NAMED RESPON- ' I EtSTS being noa-raaidrats of tbia State, M Cuarged ia e. "bill of rTtur," that Is: William B. KiapUto, I bos. L. W. Kaptoo, John h'aptoB, Jam 8. Kapteu,, Cbarlre JJoU. NapUa, Barry P. Kapion, itery L. hapten, Wellington atwa, Lewia W. Kaptun, Franklin T. liapion . It U ordereJ that paMtca'ioa ba Bad tor four sneoaeeiTa wwfci ia Bruwn low's Waif, auufyio aaid dcUudaaia to appear belura tha Cbaacery voartal knuirtlla, oa tba firec Holiday of April writ, llit-a aod tber. tu aiaaa sWlaoer to the bill, or tti aania will ba taa rcoafre-4 aa to iliem, and at tor boariag ex art. A copy vf tba order. D. A. LAULK.iLK", C. M. Bruce oCo& ti John H Parjfcer and other. 'piIE DEFENDANTS, JNO. H. Paekek A aad Grorja Park r, heing non-residents ot Tenness, aa stated ia the bill : It li ordered that publication ba ai.de for f.iar socerssie works ia Bruwolow a Mbig, notifying aa...

Publication Title: Brownlow's Knoxville Whig
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownlow's Knoxville Whig. — 28 March 1866

.li! . volume, m OOXTILLE, TENE, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, 1866. NUMBER 7. Sit gnoxvillt $tiig B pvbuhbs mm ijy JJiiuwifLOW, HAWS & CO. Terns r Sabaeriptlon. ??;IIXi?:."ybl variably ia advance J Of EIGHT MONTHS. e a rOlE MONTHH ' u . . Ko .bsariptioa. will be received for ale prio4 than Tour Club Rate. For two papers, to same oflSee, on year $S oo For throe papers, to same office, T 60 Eor six paper, to eame office....... 15 00 For ten paper, to tame office,... JJ 60 Sot fiftecnjiapera, to same office,..., ; 00 Remittance can be mad through tb Poet Orflce, at the risk of the Publisher, wbes the receipt of til Postmaster ia takra for tbe amoaut forwarded. Order ftr rusei of bibbctiow nut pre Poit OSlce, Coun ty aca state to wmcn tor paper oa oeea and la to be tent. Ratn or Advex-tisiBg-. due squar, tea line Nonpareil, oaa Insertion Jl 60 Each ountianatioa of aame advrtiement, 1 00 One square, n month 15 on One aqaare, per annnm, 20 0W I Liberal discount will be made to tbo who adverti...

Publication Title: Brownlow's Knoxville Whig
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownlow's Knoxville Whig. — 28 March 1866

BROWNLOW, HAWS 4 CO., Pnblisheri. Tbo anion of lakes tho union of lands In anion of Statos none can teTor The nn'.on of boarts tbe union of bands And tho dag of our Union forever." Knoxville, Term., March 28, 1866. C. S. IIcbiard, No. 24, Broad Etreet, Boiton, Mass.. is our regularly appointed agent to receive subscriptions for sur paper in the States of Connecticut and Massa chusetts. The Whio can be had every week at the Xew Depot of R. II. Singleton, Poet Office Building Knshville, Tenn. Louis McGlatjixix is authorized to get as our agent along the whole Pacific Coast. His address it San Francisco, California. Col. Johh H. James, Chief Quartermaster of the District of East Tennessee, is authorized to re ceive paymeni for subscriptions to this paper. Radicalism. N Radicalism means the rejection of what is bad, and the preservation of what is good, and it always means the right of the majority of the people to gov rm. The endless perpetuation of the Federal Union is the gist of rad...

Publication Title: Brownlow's Knoxville Whig
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownlow's Knoxville Whig. — 28 March 1866

Knoxville, Tnn., March 28, 18C6. Public Sfauko is Kkoxtillx. Lut Sat urday evening tb Governor gpoke to a large crowd cf indies aod gentlemen, dj inviuuon of the " Ger. man Union League" of Knoxrille. He poke about 9ne hour and a quarter, touching upon all the lead iog iuet of the day. Aa the speech will be pub lisbed entire, by requert of the League, we forbear further comments, except to aay the speech waa well receiTed and repeatedly cheered. The Governor wai followed by General Smith, a member of the Legislature from Hardeman county, who made a teniible ipeech of about half an hour, giving a history of the late legislation in the State, and showing up the bcliert in their true colors. Gen. Trowbridge, a citiien of Knoxville, con cluded the exercises in a sensible and a dignified Fpeech, that did honor to his head and heart Good order prevailed, and the meeting, as a whole, went off well. Knoxville and Kentucky Railkoad Elec tion or Directors. At a meeting of the Stock holders of...

Publication Title: Brownlow's Knoxville Whig
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownlow's Knoxville Whig. — 28 March 1866

DRY GOODS, &c ' BRANNEB fc JOIIIYSTOIV, 8y 5arc4 3 4&n aWA 0co Bank, '. ' ifOXTILLl; TIKN, WbolewJe and RoUil Scalers in Dry Goods, fJOOTS and SHOES, HATS and CAPS, ' GROCERIES, QUEENSWARE, and VIRGINIA SALT. 1 pats for Falrbeak's Standard Scales of all kinds. erTtf BBANNEK JODXSTOV PHILADELPHIA STORE, GAT STREET, Opposite the Post Office. HAVING PURCHASED THE EX TXVSITS eaa Faaiosasli stock of BUY . erotefore belonging to J. C. fLAVDMs k Co.. JAS. H. ARMSTRONG, Would respectfully inform his OLD FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS, That he wmM bt happy to wait oa them again, guaran teeing w GOOD BARGAINS, It eny bouse in EAST TENNESSEE. Tbe Stack will be added to from day to day, by Ezprtu, and 11 la hoped that tba moat fastidious, aa well aa the mosteconcm raJ, beta of Ua etty and the country, can be pleased. COME ONE! COME ALL ! I eev29tf WE INVITE THE SPECIAL AT- TESTIOM or Country Merchants visiting Knoxville, te ear large Stock ef TOREIGN AHD DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOE...

Publication Title: Brownlow's Knoxville Whig
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownlow's Knoxville Whig. — 4 April 1866

WHIG- volume m. KNOXVILLE, TEM, WEDNESDAY, APIEL 4, 1866. JfUMBER a a rnLau fmu By BROWNLOW, HAWS & CO. Trm f SnbMriptla. p?KJLllR PTWt Invariably n limn, J IIOHT HOVTHS. ., ...... 00 rOCB MOKTHa. " K u:eription will b rwe.ived tor a I period than "r Xatt. Club R- ..5 00 .. 7 50 ..15 00 .. 60 ..30 00 For two pp.re, te tame office, on "'rt For tbrc papers, to nunc U1ce Eor fix papera, to time office,. For tea papers, to iu emce, Fr fifteen pipers, to ume office Keaittan ean U mad throuth tko 1 Port Office, at th. risk of tb. PnblUh.rs, whea the receipt of the formatter U taken trr the amoant forwarded. Order, for caaaai of ictioii "t Foitomce, Coun i , aad State to which the paper ha beea and ie to be sent. Kate of AdTwrttebir. u. syuaie, uo line Nonpareil, ona laaertion, SI M Ceca continuation of same adTertiaemeot, 1 00 One sonar, tix months, IS 00 On square, per annum, SO 00 Liberal discounts will be mad to thote who adrertiie lib- r'lf oa peraoBi to become candidate will bo i...

Publication Title: Brownlow's Knoxville Whig
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownlow's Knoxville Whig. — 4 April 1866

BSOVILOV, HAV8 h CO., Pabliahen. .. "The nio ef lakei the onion of Unds- Tae aion of States on eu mw Te aV cf ru the anion of band Aad ike en or our Union forovet." Knoxville, Tcnn., April 4, 1866. Boston. Matt.. r C n n V. 41 Ttrnad Street WBrKsnlM-lyppointed'gei)ttorceeir. bcPtD for our paper in the Sta'ee of Connecticut an1 rhafttu. Tha Whig can be Lad every week :at the News Depot of E. H. Singleton. Post Office Building Nashville, Tenn. Louis SIcGlacixik authorized to act as our aCent along the whole Pacific Coast. Il.s address t San Francisco, California. Col. Johit H. Jamis. Chief Quartermaster of tte District of East Tennessee, is authorized to re ceive payment for subscriptions to this paper. Tnlon Sleeting In KnoxTille. At 1" o'clock on Monday, 2d inst, the Court House toll was rung, and there being a large number of i. TTni., nponlfl of the county in town, tno large court room and every available spot was crowded, nhile many crowded the doors and windows, unable to get se...

Publication Title: Brownlow's Knoxville Whig
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownlow's Knoxville Whig. — 4 April 1866

"WMW".n'' ' viia; wmwr-mr& eeatwawaaasntyE- "11 SMU' " HKnoxviiIeTmu April 4, 1888. Kkoxtiixi ajtd Kxxtcckt Eailroad. Tha stockholdori in thii road held meeting in this city last weak, and elected a new Beard of Director!, and the Board elected Chaa. M. McGhee President. He is a man of energy, property and credit, and will put the enterprise through at once. Ee haa gone East to look after the enterprise immediately. The Company will be entitled to draw the Bondi of the Stale lo the extent of about $350,000. The track is graded from here to Clinton, and the pien are op there for the bridge over Clinch Kiyer. The first twelve miles of the track has been laid, and but moderate repairs are required to have it in running order. The first thirty miles will take ui to the coal and iron banks, and eire us coal here at fftetn ctnta per bushel. We hope to reach the coal banks by ; Christmas. Let a heavy force be put upon the work j ai once, as we doubt not will be done. There are i frecdm...

Publication Title: Brownlow's Knoxville Whig
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownlow's Knoxville Whig. — 4 April 1866

4' LEY GOODS, Ac. UTUL-XttJZIZ JOHNSTON, ?? Strttt, Aow f A" V OXVILLE, TE2TK, , Wholesale and Retail Dealers in DB Y GrOODS, J5O0T5 and SHOES, HATS and CAPS, GROCERIES, QTJEENSWAEE. and VIRGINIA SALT. Agents fcr rurback't Sutdud Scle of HI Wads. fMrTaf BBiKTEK J0HJ!TOi. PRY G00B3, &e. BEY: GOODS, Ac. THE LADIES' BAZflflR. JCST OPENED , : E On Gay Street, next door to Oooee Bank, The Snest wUbliratat ever opened In this city. TorUtkMtMwrtDWtof BOOT, SHOE AND! LEATHEE STOEE, ' KNOXyitliEj TENNESSEE. EXCLUSIVE WHOLESALE HOUSE. FANCY GOODS, Ladies' Furnishing Goods, HOSIERY, WHITE GOODS, . EMBROIDERIES. SILKS. MANTILLAb, Shawls, Saqucs and Circulars, DRESS TRIMMINGS, NOTIONS, A splendid assortment or LADIES, MISSES, AND CHILDRESS PHILADELPHIA STORE, OAF STREET, Opposito tlio Post Office. HAVING PURCHASED THE EX TEKtiTE m rf iiikBit nk ft Htmjti basics t J. C Titjrtu A Co , US. H. ARMSTRONG, WouM wportfcilj inform hit OLD FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS, Teat b wcaid be happy to wait on tbm a...

Publication Title: Brownlow's Knoxville Whig
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownlow's Knoxville Whig. — 11 April 1866

" " i -' . - ' r - .:.. -t ' j VOLUME III. is prauaru wuilt By BEOWNLOW, HAWS & CO. Terms r 8abcrfptitn. ONB T I A E, pavtbl invariably ia advenee,.. " BIGHT MONTHS, " J FOUR MONTHS, " " , ' ,,00 So .nhwipUoi will" be rtuini for a lees V1'" tbMt onr Xmlhs. Club Bi- For two papers to a ofnee, one yeat" V? Fot three papers, to wafl lloe.. ' " tor six papers, to same office..... rr for ten papers, to same lnoe. - rr For fifteen papers, to offif "5 w Seuiittano. ean bo mad. through tbe Poet Office. at the risk ..f the Publishers, when the receipt of the Postmaster if taken fur the amount forwarded. Order, for of iT" """t give Poet Office, Coun- l j an J Mai. to which the paper ha been and it to be sent. .SI 50 . 1 GO .15 00 .10 00 Rates of Advertising:. one auuare. ten line Nonpareil, one insertion Each coutinuatiou of same advertisement,.... One square, six months, One auuare, per a&Dam, Ulxril discount will be made to those who advertit lib- t-rally. Calls on parsons to become...

Publication Title: Brownlow's Knoxville Whig
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownlow's Knoxville Whig. — 11 April 1866

BSOWKLOW, HAWS & CO., Publisher "The union of lakes the union of lands The union of Staves none can sever Toe nn'.on of heart the union of band And the flag of our Union foreTtr." Knoxville, Tenn., April II, 1866. C. S. HcBBiM, No. 24, Broad Street, Boston, Mass Is our regularly appointed agent to receive subscriptions for our paper jn the Elates of Connecticut and Massa Auntta. The "Whig can be bad crry week at tha Neve Depof of R. n. Singleton, Post Office Building Kashvilla, Tcnn. Louis McGLAurLix is authorized to act as our jent along the whole Pacific Coast. Hiiaddref in San Francisco, California. CoL. John H. James, Chief Quartermaster of !he District of East Tennessee, is authorized to re etive payment for subscriptions to tbis paper. Glre ns a Separate State. If ever the real people of East Tennessee were united on any one proiect, it is that of forming and erecting a separate State out of the thirty-one coun ties of East Tennessee. The people with one voice, cry out giv...

Publication Title: Brownlow's Knoxville Whig
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownlow's Knoxville Whig. — 11 April 1866

Knoxville, Tenn., April II, 1866. ' Sharp rRACTicB- AH the roada from New York to Memr11" JTertisod me weet 8inca " foreigners emigrating South would be passed over these roads at half-price." On Thursday, a scoun drel, not a foreigner, but a native of American soil, passed over the E. T. & Va. R. R. with an emigrant ticket, on his way to bis tome in New Orleans via Memphis. The ticket be procured in New York from the agent there for the purpose of furnishing emigrants tickets. The agent was doubtless im posed upon by some foreigner, who procured the ticket for this fellow. The thief was handsomely dressed, wearing con siderable jewelry, and having two large trunks. President Branner ought to have held his baggage until be " forked over " full fare. He, however, let him off with anexpreftion of his opinion that he was a "thief and scoundrel" T. H. Calloway, President E. T. & Ga. E. R, telegraphed his con ductor to collect full fare. Mr. Branner did not know of the fraud unti...

Publication Title: Brownlow's Knoxville Whig
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownlow's Knoxville Whig. — 11 April 1866

HARDWARE. W. W. WOODKUFF'S - i HARDWAEE STORE, SIGN OF THE BLUE PLOW, Block, Centre Store, Coffin Gay Street,., i KSOXVILLE, TE.., HAi.J5lT 0PEXKD A EW STOCK OF HARD WARE, consisting of table cutleky, .-r' POCKET CUTLERY, CAPREXTXRS' TOOLS, - ELACKS.MITI1S' TOOL, SADDLERS' TOOLS, STRAW CUTTERS, LOCKS, HINGES, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, 4e SHOEMAKERS' TOOLS, NAILS, AXES, ALL SIZES OF WINDOW GLASS!! 7 by 9 to 18 by 24. THRESHERS, REAPERS, PLOWS, AHM rill be supplied vith MOWERS STRAW CUTTERS, AND ALL IMPLEMENT? in their line at manufacturer's prices. . I have juBt received a largo Etock of Agricultural Implements "Which I will sell at manufacturers prW, coroprv ing the following valuable m. Hnn Bnofceye Mower and bined, Buckeye Mower Senior. Dnckeye Mower Junior, Victor" Cane Mill, 2 tize. Cook's Copper Evaporator. Western Corn Sheller, 2 xizes. SanfortTs Straw Cutter, Kentucky Cider Mills. The farmers of East Tennessee arc oflVrtd a new opportunity to obtain theee machines at less pric...

Publication Title: Brownlow's Knoxville Whig
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