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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownlow's Knoxville Whig. — 1 August 1866

1LMW W ll UJHJ' V KNOXVILLE VOLUME III. KtfOXmLE, TEM, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1866. NUMBER 25. Wlit gnaxvilb mig. Is ruLISBCU WIIXIT By BROWNLOW, HAWS & Term of Subscription. CO. .. in 7 5i 13 UO ! SO W W S??TEAB Pytl invartabl- la advanc. i EIGHT MONTHS. 2 00 TOL'E MONTHS, 'l SotuUcrlptloD will be'iccuvi .1 for ! p""1 ,bt" r Month. For two papm, to bih ofli.e. uo y.r.. Tor tbr paprs, to tamo hie. tor nx papers, tu nae office For ten paper, to earn othrn For fifteen paper, to cam office Remittances can be mad through tl,e Purt Office, at th.. risk if the Publisher, when tbo receipt of the Poetmastrr Ih taken ft T the amount forwarded. Order ft,r ciianui of m'TOS give Post Ottu. touti v and State to hieb the papr baa boo aud . to be a. nt. Rmtcn of Advertising. Ou Muare, ten lines Nonpareil, one insertion,. . . 1 oO Each continuation of aame advertisement, 1 00 One aqoara. aiz mon tbo, 15 l0 On joare, per annum, aj CO Literal discount will be made to those who advertise lib' crailr...

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. — 1 August 1866

it nntvillt Whig BEOWJTLOW, HAWS & CO., Publisher.. Yie'.ditE up tb otbtr cheek, Dropping humbly tB the kceei; Cl"tiog lipt wbo dared to iprak, Will not do iu timet lik tbe. KnoxviUe, Tenn., August 1, 1866. C. 6. liCBBAKD, No. J. Broad Street, Buctoii. MaSi U ar rgulrly ppointed agent to receive subscnpiiom f-r ocr paper in Itte Sla'.e ol Connecticut and Alius Cuutu. Th Whig can ba had every week at the Newr Dp.a of K. II. Singleton, lost Office Buildin,. Sai'aville, Tenn. rnbllc Speaking In KnoxYllle. Akcre J. Fletcher, Secretary of Statx-. ill address the people of Knox county, at t-ie Court House, on Saturday, tho 4th d August, in defense of the State Government, and of the acts of the Legislature. &c, 5cc Come one, come all, and hear for yourselves ! Come at the ringing of the Court House bell ! Light is what the honest peojjle want ! Truth Tvill epeak fur itself, and invites all to hear, mark, read, learn and imvardly di gest! The Johnson-Democratic Meeting. Tbeaewty or...

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. — 1 August 1866

Knoxville, Tenn., August 1, 1866. To Job Pwittibs. Wanted, at this office, a first rate Job Printer, who has a throough knowledge of every branch of the business. None need apply but those who can come well recommended. A permanent siluatiou guaranteed to a good industri ous man. Application to be mado in writing. Browslow, Raws & Co. East Tennessee rnlTersMy. For want of space last week we did not notice the final exercises -of the rretenl session of this Insti tution, which occurred on the evening of the 20th ulL, at the court house. The court room was crowd' ed and many found it impossible to procure seat. A more intelligent audience could not be gathered. The extrcibes were commenced by the delivery of speeches. There vere nineteen students who de claimed. All of th Hoelamations were well re ceived by the audience, and evinced study and practice in the art-ortorj-by every speaker. Eight prizes were placed in tbe hands of an educated and competent committee for distribution a...

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. — 1 August 1866

O 9 o DEUGS. Ac. rim 1! e-MIlK II! mmm rTBCUIT COUBT-DAWDB1DOE. "... ' Second Joureiaicirc-it, JeflOTSo. county, Tennessee. . A. A. Kjle B. F. Toe. . ;. rT APPEARING FROM THE AFFI- L DAVIT of -he plaintiff in this cans that th. defendant h. removed himself beyond the limit, of th.6tat. of Tenaes Tr . .bscou-is or conc.U him-wlf-that the o'fyJT 7Z of lw cannot be served on him : It li ordered that m Mi ration b. mad. tor four euccewiv. week 4b Brownlow s big. notUyiug Mid deleodant to appear at the ty-xt Circuit Court for Jeflerson county a xmnan, - oud Monday of A uKui,t, 1, tl.cn and there to pJed. answer, or .lemur tJ the ..lit ami demand of the plaintiff, or the same will be taken lor con Wed ad proceeded with . June 21, It.. pf5. . MctLISIIOif. Clerk. Jon R. Banner. Administrator of Wm. A. Branner. deceased, vs. James C. Liradford and Theodenck I. iSradford. IT APPEARING FROM THE AFFI- I n VIT nf i l.e nlalotifr in this cause that the defendant. t DA IT of V' P tl Ma!eof Tennee....

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. — 8 August 1866

WHIG. VOLUME III. KNOXVILLE, TBNJf., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8, 18GG. NUMBER 28. Ear gnoxrillc li'liig. 13 MBUiSIU WttKLT By BHOWKLOW, HAWS & CO. If-rm f Nntecrtptton. eNK 1ZAR. r! m l- imsti.l.lv in a-lvsO' . lir.nT MOX1H " VOIR MONTHS. No ut-scrlptloo will I r. r. iT.-.I f..r a ! -Months. Inb Rntf. two .jk r-, to fame c-fti. . .' Tor three pap.-rs, to sui ofi..-.- ' Eor six papers, to same office, For ten paper., to same c.fl.o- F.-r ftix'ti psiH-ri, to -an;' orhre, y no , ilsii Four . T o .lj " .-J Co) .j'l UU Hniittances can li rusde llironh t'e r t Office, at the rik Fotinater is tal;n I the Publishers, when the roc. ipi Ho for ibo amount forward-d 'rd-rs for ciiasuie of MarcTioN luiin . e T.-t OflU.-, t'iiiin- v anl Mat to whl. h the paper '" u " ' ' " Rtci of Advertising. 'u juare, ten lines Xonpanil, one inscrtiou, $1 iJ Fa,u coutiunstion cf ssnie adverti nient, 1 ll "ue square, six month, 15 CI u- square, per annum, . ."'J ' I.iWal dicounts will t made to these vho adrertl-e ...

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. — 8 August 1866

idea be ggoxi-Ulc W$ BBOWBXOW, HAWS & CO., Pnoliaheri Yielding op tbe other check, Dropping humbly on the knees; Closing lip when dared to (peak, Will not, do in times like these. Knoxville, Tenn., August 8, 1866. C. S. IIcbbakd, No. 24, Eroad Street, Boston. Maf.. Is our regularly appointed agent to receive subscriptions forourpapr in the ftatd of Connecticut and ilata choMtta. Tho Wbiq caq lo Ltd evory week at tho News Depot of R. H. Singlaton, Poet Office Building N MhTille, Tenn. Tbe Union Speaking. Saturday waa a proud day for the Unconditiona1 Union Man of old Knox county, and those portions of Blount and Andereon countiea repretented in th roreting. Tbe crowd wag large, attentive and ap preciative. The Secretary of State, A. J. Fletcher, led off in a speech of tveo hours and a half. U indication of the State Government was complete, and hia showing up of Johnson's record was crush ing. The speech waa all that the friends of the true Union cause could de6ire. CoL Doughty, ...

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. — 8 August 1866

KnoxviUe, Tenn., August 8, 1866. To Job Pibs. Wanted, at this office, a first rat Job rrinter, who hai a throough knowledge of every branch of the business. None need apply but those who can come well recommended. A permanent situation guaranteed to a good industri es man. Application to be made in writing. Brown low, Haws fc Co. rnblle Speaking. The Secretary of Stale, A. J. Fletcher, will ej'cak to the people on Friday, the ISth inst,, at Joncbborough, and on the next day at Elizabclhtou, beiug Saturday. The Gov ernor expects to le with hiru, though not to speak. Naval Academy. WAsnx'G'ro' July oO, 1660. Givtlimis : I am officially notified by the Navy Department tLat there are two vacancies in the Naval Academy at Annapolis, which will bo filled upon my recommendation, as the Representa tive of the 2d Congressional District of Tennessee. The candidates are to report for examination, at Annapolis, by the 20th of September next. As there have been several applications, 1 Lave decid...

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. — 8 August 1866

The Song or me Tilt. Thtllt,h. tilt, till', tb. tblug-T." AT, outdone In ,',. .nd tingle ir.cn "wilt." j ZVSZZZZ r itt " T " T T ... .oj ob Mount B1nc and been lost in ama;i i. ..tor her ies-boond arandeor dlsplaTt ; "f t. frit bit onl thrill on bripbt .nmmer dar. At I Ungnidly floated dowsi aplea' lair bay. But to tee nature perfect iu Th tIit-waT boopt - M lar:' na ltf!hl' Rami tuch qawr dry good, one bid from lb tifcht. Too. ean read tbe initult marked on th-m qnit plain. From which men (if tbey r mortal) will tcarc-ly relrain. It make ne great difference 'bout culture of mlud, Wtall crowd of young fellow't are always bchlnrij; Parhapt tbe't flirt, or pereb DC she's a Jilt, ht Set tbem all craxy by swinging her I ill. Tt fair m the round cncitt least so I bctr. Are the chief apparatus ou which tilt- appear. Tht jot tn von know Tory well wht 1 lao Wear the cld-fathioned hoops aud a long crinyl n At tht tifc-swny twingt make. lutiful 'f ''' And at flora tfpt gai'J o T wtr that s .p...

Publication Title: Brownlow's Knoxville Whig
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownlow's Knoxville Whig. — 15 August 1866

My w . V J mwm J 1 YOL0ME IIL KM)XmLE, TEM, WEDNESDAY,. AUGUST 15, 1866. MfflBEE 27. n rnuuu wisixf By BROWNLOW, HAWS & CO. SK V LAB, payable invariably la advance, J i LIGHT MOST Hi5, 2 I OCR MOST 19, 00 So subscript! will b, rcouived for a vm ptrwd than four fontha. lab Rnt. Vor two papers, t him ofli.e, o yr. ?i VJJ tor thrs papers, to in is uo Er tlx papers, to aaui olHoe vj - For ln paper, to sane office For fifteen pai-era, to name office, ' Remittances can be made through the rl OBcf.at the risk -f the Publishers, when the receipt Postmaster . taken for tbe amount forwarded. Order for CH.ja of piatcne wt give Post Ofhco, toun y end Slate to which tb paper ben nJ lo Kates f Advertising. ue square, ten Uuaa Nonpareil, on inaertioa 81 JO Kach continoattoa of asm edvartwement, 1 00 Una square, six moctiu, lo 00 Una square, per annum a 00 Liberal diaconnta will be mado to these who advertise lib. erallv. Call! on peraoas to become candidate will b inserted as otber advertiseme...

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. — 15 August 1866

BEOWKLOW, HAWS & COi- PntllAen. Yielding np the other cheek, Droppltg humbly on tbe kbeet; Closing lipi jrheu dared to speak, Will nut do in timet like these. Knoxviile, Tenn., August 8, 1866. C. S. HrBiAKD, No. U, Broad Street, Boton, Mass.. it our regularly appointed egoct to receive subscriptions for our paper in the Stafi ot Connecticut and M's chnsetta. The "WHIG can Le had ewy tteek .at the News Depot of R. H. Singleton, Post Office Building aahville, Tenn. 6en. Joseph A. Cooper. la noticing the speech recently delivered in tbia ci:y by our distinguished fellow-citizen, General Cooper, tee Sashville Tren and Times has the fol lowing : "The gallant General Joe Cooper, cf Knoxviile, made his position very intelligible even to the little Johnson organ of that place." To a man who heard the General it would rather teem ho did. Be said he "did not recognize the right of a contemptible little fellow, in a dirty little 8 by 10 Copperhead sheet, to catechise Li in and call in ques...

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. — 15 August 1866

Knoxville, Tenn.. August 15, 1866. Ho. IIokacjc iUrifABD will address the people of Blonnt county at Maryville on Saturday ne. on e political topics of the day. And on Monday next he is expected to epeak at Jacksborough, in Campbell county. ' : ' Dkatb or Thos. H. Smilet. W announced, lust woek, the death of Tbomai H. Smiley, Esq., an old and much respected citizen of thu city. Ha died, after a protracted illness, on Thursday, the 2d inst, at the age of sixty-two years. He wai born at Springfield, Vermont, the ion of a clergyman. Early in life he commenced a cource of study for the medical profession, and bad already made great progress, when a permanent loss of health inter rupted, and be abandoned hi rtuJies, and for a time engaged successfully in mercantile pursuits. But the continued pressure of ill-health compelled fur ther change. The milder climate of the South at tracted him. And having gained some knowledge of the then newly discovered Daguerrean art, he availed himself 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. — 15 August 1866

MEDICINES Notice to the Public. la tk year ISM, th WTli0r rmrkrl ! the Drag new la the eity of Philadelphia, nd whn lioeneagd, mad xrTorml Mprrim-nU to r-rd ' eesirahle mod of rrnrin Flnid Extract. Sv effort WIa nccful the articUll(tr",T'4,, n"pd !'T tb Mo,5ic1 rarnlty I w. Viro of pUdng thm before the public, tot hesitated for Mn Um-before conclJinS rort to uetr.napflr adver i.iBS, knowing the prejudice that .xirted to the mind of many against frE advertised XWtoWt or Sotnmi, but through the advic of friends nJ thows ho hai used them ttilolyecti. wfc orerrome. After IS yenri'f'tlODi. coDiui'Uiiug iu u.Ul vrj, the -.pulrity of ujy articles has exteu4-J to all parti uf the t niled Sfntee, nd vidHy thronjhont Forrign conntrin n4 this In the fkeeof mach opphin. Every mentis V' u r..rird to by nuprincipkd dealer Bincc th-ir ni'-rit and u mi hav been know such as aavr-i'tieiug largt-r bottle at ls price, ensuring all other preparation, and even copying roy ndvertisemcnU bnt 1 am happy 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. — 22 August 1866

VOLUME III. - DfOXVILLE, raw, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1866. NUMBER 28. u i-cbushib vckslt By BEOWNLOW, JJAWS & CO. Term tr SulrHrrfplion. cNK YKAI5. rtMc Invariably in advam-r, ?-1 " f hillT MONTHS, 2 ' f Ol'U MONTHS, . I t Noaulwriplion will It r.-ceivH fT a less period than '"oor Months. Clnb slAtr. fW to 1. r, ti. Mine oifir-, cue year tor three papers, to tam .flnr, hor MX papers, to hup oilier , - Kor t'n paper, to same office, for fifteen parrs, to Sanic office, K"nrt(an.-.-sn bo mad through foM office, at the rik of tlx- Publishers, when the receipt of Hie IVtmant r is taken tor the amount forward'-d. Oi It rs f.T i-iiamie of I'lKin TioN iuii.t nive 1 in-t Oilier, oim I v ami Stale to hi b tbc rl" r lvva ui l to 1,0 " "' ...J ... 7 &i ...1) i . ..30 K.-itr-a or .tvcrtiin;jr. n siui ten lini. Nonpareil, mil insertion, $1 5 I'aeh continualion of Mme advertisement, 1 1") On t.juare, six months,.... 15 (HJ One square, mt annum, 20 00 THE KN(LTILLE WHIG. Knoxville, Tenn., Au...

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. — 22 August 1866

JSOWBXW, BITS 4 CO.. Mailtos. Yielding nF ,n other cheek, Dr-opping buiably om the knee! ; Closing lipa when dared to epeak. Will set do is timet like these. Knoxville, Tenn., August 22, 1866. C. S. Hcibaho, Ka. 54, Broad Street, Boston, Mats, i enr regularly appoiBtad agent to receive subscriptions for er paper im the Stale ef Ceanecticut and Massa ehuetta. The "Weiq cm be had every week at the 2f ewi Depot of R. II. Singleton, Post Office Building NaihVille, Tenn. What Is Radicalism ? A great many men denounce the Radicals without knowing who they are, or what they hold. The term radical u a primitive word ; a radii, root, or a eimple undented unoompounded word. In politics, a radical ia one who adrocalea a radical reform, or extreme measure in reformation. In putting down a rebellion, and sustaining the Union, a radical is one who goes for disfranchising rebels, punishing traitors, and giving the control of the country to loyal men. In politics the Independents were radicals, and...

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. — 22 August 1866

Knoxville, Tenn., August 15, 1866. Teufkrxxck Lectt!- Eer. J. B. Foed .will deliver a lecture on Temperance, at the Hall in East Knoxville, on Friday evening next. Criital Like Ice. A superior article of Ice can always be bad of Messrs. Brown & Co, at Bigdon't store, at tbe low price of 31 cents per pound. , tviRT cay affords new proofs of tbe peculiar effects of Boback's Stomach Bitters in cases where a disordered condition cf the stomach, liver and bowels, is combined with great debility, nervous weakness, and intense melancholy, there can be no doubt but it is sure panacea. Private Mtmrn Am u k Read Dr. Vbit- ter's advertisement in another column. IIo for Phlladelpbla. The Southern Unionists hold their Convention in rhifcdelphia on the 3d of September, and arrange ments have been made with tbe General Ticket AgjnU for half price going and coming on the Northern route. Let those who go trom iast len- uebtee that route report themselves at Nashville by the 28th iut,"at the Stat...

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. — 22 August 1866

iiEDicnrEs. Notice to the Public, la the year 1W6, tba writer embarked in the Drug Bo" la tb cltj or rbJlaaelpbla, and wbile ttut engaged, ma overal experiment ' regara to the caoct deairable oIe of preparing Fluid Extract. My efforts twins itccfol aile bdngaprwteaana ced by h Medical r""' J wi deiirooc of placing them before the public, tnt for tome tine before concluding to wrl to owpap tnS,aarwinC the prejudice, that .!? J" , After 18 yearVe..-""'" "U popularity of W b" "'":J"1 'I' "irt" "f tU' I Bited Put, aadwI-Wr throughout Foreign countries-ana thi In tne fee of much opposition. Ev,,7 wane ban been rceortcJ to l'T unprincipled dealers iuce their merit and uc bae been know ench a advertising larger bottles at lets price, censuring all other preparations, and crcu copying ujjt a JrertiMBients but I am happy to state that out of the many .ho have rcwrtvd to this, Bene bare b-en Micrcful. MT OBJECT in this notice is to make facta known to the puMicc and re tractable dealers, bett...

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. — 29 August 1866

) 1ST1 Willijo VOLUME III. KNOXVILLE; TENS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29, 1866. NUMBER 29. Site ii0xriUc hWi$. 18 rCBUSDKO WEEKLY By BROWNLOW, HAWS & CO. Tfrnw of Subscription. 'NE XX Mi. pevM inrUMvin advance,. eight months, KOVR MONTHS, No subscription will I rwivH fr a rrrl' M.nths. Club Balo. vrr, a no j on .J than Pour 00 .. V w ..15 00 ..30 P For two pair, to came cllio". otk For three papers, to same oflice, . For six papers, to ssmeoCiee For ten papers, to same oftVe,.... F"r Cft.'cu papers, to same ofhc", - - R-iui(tauce can be made throuch th Poet Office, at the rink of the Publish-m, when the receipt ol the Postmaster ia taken fr the amount forwarded. . Orders f..r rnNjs of dissction must give Tost Oflico, ( y and State to wlib b tb paler has born and i to be s-ut. Kale of Advert iving. One sqnare, ten lino Nonpareil, one Insertion,. . Each continuation of same advertisement one lOare, six months, one eqnare, per annum, .. 1 ..IS (0 ..'JO 00 THE O0IYILLE VIM. Knoxville, Term....

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. — 29 August 1866

BROWHLOW, HAWS & CO., Publishers. The State Government. The folio ioc article irom iunug and Time show mat vu rrww.wNHi.o; abandoned tbe Idcaof overthrowing tho State Goy crnment. Whenever they are ready let them pitch in we promise them a lively time : The Lebanon Herald, published in a county whoee ..UrrU niH few month since voled to tax its peo ple to pay a rebel war debt of $4,000 contracted by the countv, u in exftaciea at the idea of holding a convention to upset the present Stale Government. Somebody asks how that can L done leg&ny, anu it replies: ' ' " . , V Simply ty Holding preliminary luwuugB, .uu ing on a day for a general election of delegates. The constitution givu them tha 'inalienable' and inde this 'whenever they think AOMO.lIU " 5 . PP , .? - hit . sn A 4rtat. the But, an otyccuon may oe ruitvu i-j militarv will interfere and prevent the election or meeting of the convention, we Deiieve w warranted in saying that so long at the Presidential Chair is filled...

Publication Title: Brownlow's Knoxville Whig
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownlow's Knoxville Whig. — 29 August 1866

ft.,SnoxUIe .Whig. KnoxviHc, Tenn., August 29, 1866. Union Meeting In Anderson County. On Saturday, September lt, a Union meeting will b4 keld at tliston, in Anderson county. Speeches will l nude by Hon. llorace Mayuard, Gen. Joseph A. Cooror, and Judge L. C. Houk. . Camp-Mectlng and Yanfialisn. , (From the Baltimore America.) Frederick, August 11th, 1866. The members of the Methodist Episcopal Omrch arc now holding a camp-meeting In te adjacent county of Montgomery, ncv Hyattstown. A ma jority of the church-going people of that part of Montgomery being Methodists, the attendance is large. It has been their custom for many years to hold such a meeting in that locality, and always, until now, without disturbance or molestation. Re centlv, however, Kers. J. . P. Hall and W. H. Wilson the litter of your city, (of the Methodist Episcopal Church South,) haTe been stiring up the passions of the most vicious part of that community, and the announcement that the above meeting was to be held...

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. — 29 August 1866

MEDICINES. hesitated irspupcr (be minds or Notico to tho rublic. . Ia tot year lf4S the writer embarked io Ihj Wfitf Ms In th cilT of rbiUdrlr-bia, aad while thasensagKi. everal experiment. In rejard to tho most desirable " ' " preparing nuui m..-., J . .i,i-linr.PPrndBd used l the Medical Frn ,J. . . - i tho mil. lie. but Was desirous vi turui v - foriome time before concluding to resort to f m.ey araia-t aios advertised ' . A., .nf (I. ,.ar who had used tliein throng trlhs advice of rritad ana " thiol'jection mot""- A Afterl8vear.aertfoo..co.m.euunina UnaU -." popularityofW to all rail, rftlu. l'uttd Nh- ad widely throughout Foreign countries and ill it In the fa pf am opposition. Every won. baa Imn rrorted 'T unprincipled dealers since thir merit and ik- (uit, bH'D know such as advertising Urgi-r bottles at less pric. censuring all other preparations, aud even cot) iug luy .dvei tismeuts but I am happy to state that out of tin many who have rworU-d to thin, none have uc-n snccwfu...

Publication Title: Brownlow's Knoxville Whig
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