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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownlow's Knoxville Whig. — 27 February 1867

J u n i I MM YOLUME IT. - ? i : . .. i t MOXVILLE, . TENN, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1867. -NUMBER 3. Site gnoxvillc miq, ia rrrauaaxa wmu By BROWNLOW, HAWS & CO. Term ef flnbrlptlo. OV TEAR, payable invariably in advance f3 00 MGHT MONTHS, " " FOCB MONTHS. " " " 'J10 No subscription will be received for a leaf p;riod !".ben OBr Moatue. Remittance, eaa be made through the Foot Offlre. at .f the Pabliabarf. th. receipt of th. J'oetrea.trr w for asaoant forwarded. . f.,. Ord.r, for CAM. of tiancTio ! f1"" SS t ty tate t. wh h th ppr ha beea and to I sent. , On. .,nare, too line. KreA, one insertion,, k.ch tS-ntinnation of advertisement ..fl M .. 1 0) ... .,th. Om aqaar,,' per annum 0 Liberal disoouata wUl bs made to UoM wko advertise lib- "cails on persona to become candidate, will b Inserted m ether advertisement, to be paid for invariably in advance.. All advertisements on which tb number of insertions U not tarkad, will be published TILL roiBin, and charged accordingly. advertiae...

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. — 27 February 1867

BEOWJSTLOW & HAWS, Publishers . Yielding up the other cheek. Dropping humbly on the knees; Cloning lip when dared t pek, Will not do in timet like these Knoxville, Tenn.. Feb. 27, 1867. ThA Wnia can be had every week at the News Depot of R. H. Singloton, Tost Office Building Nm&tiIIo, xenn. C. S. Hcbbad, No. 24, Broad Street, Boston, Mass., if our rgulrly ppointed agent to receive subscriptions for our paper in the States of Connecticut and Massa- chuMUs. Dissolution. The partnership heretofore existing under the name and style of Brownlow, Haws & Co., is this day dissolved by limitation. All persons having: claims against said firm will present them without delay for payment. Those indebted are requested to come forward and make settlement. "W. G. Bbowhlow. T. Haws. J. B. B bowk low. February 6, 1667. The undersigned have this day entered into part nership, and will continue the Publishing and Printing business as heretofore. W. G. Browklow. T. Haws. February 6, 18C7. K...

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. — 27 February 1867

Knoxville, Tenn.t Feb. 27, 1867. Railroad Time-Tables. Train on the East Tenncsiee ttnd Georgia and East Tennessee nd Virginia Railroad arrive and depart ai follows: I AST TIXXEbfrSK AND GEORGIA 3U1LBOAD. First Train leaves Knoxrille, at 1.23 a.m. Second Train " " " LIT p.m. Arrive at Knoxville at 8.46 a. and 8.46 r. M, EAST TENNESSEE AND VIRGINIA BAILBOAD. First Train leaves Knoxville at 9.00 x. it- Second " " " 9 00 r. u Arrive at Knoxville at 1.08 A. and 1.02 T. m SaooTiko ArrAiK. On Friday night of last week, a serious difficulty occurred at the saloon of Henry Smith, near the post office, between Martin V. Bridwell, assistant Chief of Tolice, and a young man from Rogerville, named Joseph a 'Williams, which proved to be a tragical affair- The difficulty was brought about by circumstances of a trifling character. Sharp words ensued, which ended in blows, when firo arras were resorted to, and proved disastrous to both. Williams drew a revolver and fired four shots at Bridwell, two...

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. — 27 February 1867

Knoxville, Tenn., February 27, 1367. From the Toledo Blade. NASBY. An Important Gtse at the Corners, Under the Vagrant Act The Dccisiou of Sjuire . Oavitt. Tost Orris, Co5drit X K . 1 (wich is in the SUit uy Kentacky,) V v January 2Un, 1867. ) Wun uv the most important ca-im-portant in a nashnl Hense-vcr tried afore ft court uv justtis, came off afore Squire Gavitt at the court house at the Corners yesterday. It wuz important becoz it in Volvedtho Tory existence uv the insti tooehn upon wich Kentucky w built-bccoa upon its decihhn hung the great question Aether or not the Bible shood be reepectid and its holy injunctions obeyedwhether Kentucky shood, chngin to the Sknptcrs, go on ez a Christian State, or, denyin it, go Eflrk into Infidelity and barbarism. I pkase- ly need say that the porshens uv the Bible to wich I refer is the ever blessed chapters rclatin to Ham, linger and Onesiraus the onlv parts of the Sknptcr we pay much at tenehun to. But if them is successfully at- t&ck...

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. — 6 March 1867

5 3 -J BROWNLOW'S INOXVI 1 W-H JLL JJ 0 VOLUME IV. i KXOXVILLE, TENX, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6, 1867. NUMBER i. She gvttoxviUc tflut), IB muaiiD wmw By BROWNLOW & HAWS. Trrni of Snlrwrlptlon. ONE TE.U, jhtM InrarUtlv In dw. " KIGHT month's, KjtR MONTHS, " " 1 No lubfcni'tion will l t ni'l L-r a l' priM hn Frur McDtbi. Rnilttnfm tn be m4- throngh th r-t ('We. t th n.k cf th Fubluli. wbn tli rrl ef V'ni-T ii KK'n fcr th moniit forw-rilpl. Otdor for rmir.i of rirTi" mn-t clv T'.i-t t'ffl.. "tin ty nrt Flat o whirh th rPr ,"n "'' ' ,0 nt- RaK-a of Advertising. . 1 .liK1 'n tii, trn llim onpt-il, ti inttln, Ki b contmnatioi. cf ni 4rrtinviii, On iqnar, nix fnonth iutr, rr aunum, I,ihr! ii'e-:..nti will L ir'1 " th""' "ho 4tti. l'L rlly. (.all on .Mfut to linnmii , unddalm w-il! f' t'"tt"l rlhfr advniurcMilK, N paid for InTanaMy Id 'iianr. All aditlM-mnli n which It numt:r of itn"Ttlou L net markH. 111 t pnlliliaO TIM mapin, and harF"l accor-linly. A4vrrtUrm-iiU will b rcnsldoi'd dtia wbn 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. — 6 March 1867

3 "s. -Vv J gh jluoxvUU Whig BBOWNLOW 4 HAWS, Publishers. V Yielding uji ttc other cheek, Dropping burnt. ly on the kneee; Closing lips wceu dred to pek, Will n't do i times like tbe-e Knoxville, Tenn., March 6, 1867. FOR GOVERNOR, WM. G. BROWXLO.V, OF KNOX COUNTY. r. ? f Bcpnbllcan Union State Central Com mittee. l,t District R. K. Butler. 2d District Jchn W. North, Knoxvillo, Tenn. 3d District Dr. J. A Fuon, Liberty. 4lh District lib District S. 15. Brown, 'asLvi)l-. eth District Dr. A. W. Hawkins. 7tb Dictrict Col. J. J. Hcach. 6th Dittrict Gen. John baton, jr., Mom, his. The fullnwiri motnbers from Davidson county were added by tbe Central Committee : H. II. Harrison, George; "V. Blackburn, K. I Cone, II H. Thomas. orncKRH of the tTrr. central committee Chairman, It. H. Butler; Trw.urcr, E. P. Cone; 4S')cretary, II. H. Tboma.i. V Tho Wunuan bu tind every week at tho News J)pt of K. U. bingleton, Port Office Jiuilding Naehvil'pJTj'.n. i rB. Hi BBar, No. . 1, i:r'.d Sircrt, IJuttt...

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. — 6 March 1867

mt gnoxriUc Whig. Knoxville, Tenn., March 6, 1867. Railroad Timi-Tables. Trains on tho Eat Tennewee and Georgia and East Tennessee and Virginia Railroadi arrire and depart as follows : ZkiT TENKEMEK AND GEORGIA RAILROAD. First Traiii leaves Knoxville, at 1.23 a m Second Train " " 1.1" p'.m! Arrive at Knoxville at 8.46 a. m., and fU3 r. m. EAST TENNESSEE AND VIRGINIA RAILRUAD. First Train leaves Knoxville at ;.oo a. m. Second " " " o.OO r. m! Arrive at Knox ville at 1.08 a. m., and 1.02 p.m. Mammoth Etahli. hment. Such is tlie wholo , nlc store of Cowan, McClung & Co., on Gay street, in this city. Tbey are doing by far the largest mercantile business ever done in East TcnneFsee. The establishment is built up on a firm basis, and is an honor to tho proprietors, and to the whole com munity, as well as one of incalculable benefit to the people throughout Ewt Tennessee. There is prob ably no stock of goods in the State which will for variety, r a first class quality, surpass that or ...

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. — 6 March 1867

4 GROCERIES AND COMMISSION. mi i.ewis Legal Advertisements. shall, iiorsi; a nidi. C1TANCERY COURT-Maynardville. FtUBVAKT It I 1.7. (i I'almer. Jhn fi),.rn . n,l Alfred Sham s. John B. M- IAL!S IN 1 J. i lone and Jama Lett, A dmiuistraturs of likhard Malone, i deceased, and Allen Ilurfit. n Bill. O- initial cad" oiiii, U fionornl MArnl.nr.ri ,cp i rx this cause it aiteakixg to wl VXAWJk a-v-v v -va mi .a...- .a. evj Produce and Commission Merchant, First door Notth of Tost Office, Csy St , Ky ox villi:, TEyy W'H. A ElC. bKALL, Wm. M II 01 i, Ciias. V. Fitcn II. 'I iiorTtf C.RISIIAM A C O.. LliLlkK IN Groceries, Produce and Notion Oaj Street, between Union and Asylum, KNOXVILLI-:, TlIVX. tug 1 WILSON Ac J COLI MBt M LLI,, Late of Kuoxwll", 'Jehh c. I'OltCLL, O K.N ERA L I I' . . if F, L 1 , I. at.- ofNaslmlJ. , 1. f-ULEX & CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS, -No.-: BioHd Street, AVIC J 'OA' A. REFERRING YOU TO THE ALOVE raid, w. beg leave o inform you, :hat we ha.e estab li.Usd oura le iu...

Publication Title: Brownlow's Knoxville Whig
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownlow's Knoxville Whig. — 13 March 1867

ij r . - ; : If I - ' ... too Jo J VOLUME IV. KXOXVILLE, TEOT, TONESMY, MARCH. 13, 1867. NUMBER 5. mt QntivUh. By BROWNLOW & DAWS. Terms of 8nberlUoH. OVK TEAR, payable Invariably im advance 0 ' SIX MONTH. " l 00 N subscription ill be received for a 1m period, tbao feix Months. B.nittanow ran b mad throngs the Poet Office, at ths rUk ef tha Publishers, w hen the receipt of tba Fostnsastor ia takes for tha amount forwarded. Orders for cbawoi ef BiaEtTio and r,'vs Poet Office, C'ooa ty and Mate to which tha paper baa been anl ta ta beeetit. Able Speech of Horace Jlajriiftrd. On the 27th of February, the Republican Union Contention of .Maryland asaembled ;!n Baltimore. Among the resolutions adopted waa the following : ; eer of prosperity. Yoa and I were outnumbered in : : i i r . ,1 r : ; . uur views wun reiereace icj me lormga euiigraui. He was allowed to vote. ISut when the tocsin of war sounded these men showed a degree of patriot ism that, I confess, I found H , mortifying to t...

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. — 13 March 1867

BBOWKLOW & HAWS, Publishers. . t,. nth.r cheek. WW not do in times like these Held CI KnoxviHe, Tenn., March 3, 1867. FOB OOVEBNOE, WM. 6. BROWNLOW, OF K'OX COUNTY. RepntUcan Inlon State Central Com- ... ni.trici E. B. Batler. ' 2d Diitrict John W. North, KnoxviHe, Tenn. . 3 J Diitrict Ur. J. A. xuson, jiDercy. - 4tb Diitrict jth District S. B. Brown, Nashville. flth Puttrict Dr. A. W. Hawkina. 7th Di-trict CoL J. J. Boach. 8th District Oen. John Eaton, jr, llemphi. The following member from Davidaoa county ware added bv the Central Committee? II. II. Ilarriaon, George W. Blackburn, E. P. Cone, II. 11. Thoma.. OrriCEM OF THE ITATK CESTiAL COMMITTEE. Chairman, 31. R. Butler; Treasurer, E. T. Cone ; Secretary, li. II. Thomas. A Motley Crew. Tor more than a year we hare had ia KnoxviHe a Conservative-Andrew Johu-on paper. A her maphodite concern, now called The Mxssxxger, until recently The Messenger of reace. Though the name U a little different the paper U the same that it baa al...

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. — 13 March 1867

IBM Knoxville, Tenn.",' March 13, 1867. New ScHtcrLE. Fawenger Tr&ini on the East Tennessee and Virginia- Railroad "will be run for the present, u foTowi : Leave Knoxville at.. , n.cO a. it. Arrive at Bristol at 8.00 p.m. Leave Bristol at .....5.52 A. M. Arrive atKnoxvill j at , -4.15 r. m. Great Freshet IIiatt Loss of Property Delcge or "Watkm Unparalleled is the History or tbx Cocktrt. Xever in the history or the countrj hat euch a deluge of waters covered the land as did here during the past week. The rain fell in torrents, at short intervals, for four dajs and nights, which, together with the meltine sno from the adjacent mountains, has swollen the dif ferent streams of water throughout the country to sucn an extent as has ner previou.lv bec-n known The Holstcn at this point is higher than has ever been known by the oldest Inhabitants, boine. from the most reliable information we have been able to gain, about seven or eight feot higher than it was in tn great freshet of Marc...

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. — 13 March 1867

i- - ! ! I . Ii Am, 've t7' lrt. I I : . ; She. aoxUU, Whig- Lejjal Advertisements. Knoxviile, Tenn., March 13, 1867. A Eepnullesa Southern State. As a bright oasis in the Rebellion deHcrt in Tenr.cssce stands forth, not as utterly redeemed by the effort of her heroic Unionist, but a a fair model for her s sters to follow. It seems but just to V that if the Present dominant party 'in Jjn ncsee should continue to retain pos ess. on nf the State, it will become r- a " - . II II Lai- Sfatitics show that while ;reasca m i and since uus tlmn ,n,l Ann viRIll D 2T COinuiW""-" Mitu v - ; j . . i j t. 01 n any in the soui i. ; d in most thoTjeror001.: " since the! parts of the soutn auiya e becaus, war, it has increased in .. . nro- 1 labor .. . . . : . its riijui.3. it is proiecieu m nf ,.heap war. Tennessee has generally been found to ana ner puone men The loyal population has t A : n nvKOoft of thai, regard for free principles. i. 1-iit immiirrntion lrom imn 6trentcuv ij , Jher States, an...

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. — 27 March 1867

i ' - -.TL KMMIiEE Will bio .VOLUME IV. KNOXVILLE, TENN, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27, 1867. She nflxUlc I rCBUUBB WaaKLT i By BROWNLOW li HAWS. Term of Subscript ! "NK YEAR, pavable invariably In adTaaoe... -.. . -li TO MX MONTHS, " " 1 00 ; No subscription will b received for a lee period thaa tix I M. uthi. li-mittanre ran be made throoph th Toot Office, at the risk , t j ha 1'ubliabe-, when th receipt of tha Postmaster It taken ; f r tlir amount forwarded. i OiVii lor ch!o of niaicrio must give Tott Offlca, Onn- : i, and Mat tu which tba per baa lfn and la to be nt. nl or Advert lain;. , n .quare, tao line Xonpaxa.il, cm insertion,. W ? r'.aib continuation of aame advertisement, 1 00 en URr, tx month,.... 15 00 en sjunre, per tniiin, iO 00 ' I.iheral ciact-nnt will be made to th'na who advertise lib- i -.'if on parson to become candidate will b Inserted M r'.r' advrOaaienU, to be paid for Invariably In advatre. , a1 advertlaements on whh b th nnmber of insertions' t not . marked, wili be...

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. — 27 March 1867

BEOWNLCW St HAWS, Publisher.. held in lotal East Tennessee in a loyal town and ! . , ,M thna hid defiance a loyai county. 11 traitor to the laws in loyal East Tennessee, would they not do so in dis'oyal Middle and West Tennessee ? Un questionably tbey would. Tben, we ask, what evi dence could be more conclusive of the falsity of the assertion that there w " no necessity for calling out the militia," and that Got. Brownlow is unwarrant ed in so doing? Triumphantly we point to the ac tion of the traitors of Mcilinn county as justiSca tion, full and indisputable, of the "necessity" and prudence of the Governor in ordering out the militia. beck, ,v,. niher cl will .nt do in time. ns " Knoxville , Tenn., March27, 1867. FOB GOVEBITOB, n G. BBOWNLOW, or COUNTY. EcpnDllcan rnloState Central Com- i.t District U. B. Butler. id ULtrict-John W. North, Knoxvillo, Tenn. 3d District Dr. J. A. Fason, Liberty. 4th District . ' 5th Ditrict S. B. Brown, Nashville. 6th District Dr. A. W.ilawkins. 7th D...

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. — 27 March 1867

Knoxville, Tenn., March 27, 1867; Niw ScHiDVLLraMeoger Traini on the Eat Tenneese and Virginia Railroad will be run for the present, at followi : Leave Knoxville at Arrive at Bristol at Leave Bristol at Arrive at Knoxville at .9.00 A. if. ,..8.00 r. M. ..5.52 A.M. ..4.15 r. M. Thi Knoxville Bridge Aoaln. We alluded in our last issue to the fact of books being opened for subscription to the bridge over the Uolston river at this place. Those wishing to subscribe to this worthy and paving enterprise, can do 10 bj apply ing to Hon. C. W. Jones at his ofice, or to Dr. Jas. Rodger, at his Drug Store, on Gay street We are glad to see the people taking a deep interest in the work, and we feel somewhat sanguine of its success We understand these gentlemen have been author ised to employ special agenU to solicit subscriptions, and the country will be thoroughly canvassed to raise the necessary f.,ada for the completion of the 1-riJge. Our "Sjuth American" friends will cer tainly come up to th...

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. — 27 March 1867

: I 10. She ginoxftlft hi Knoxville, Tenn., March 27, 1867. on II a me. Home's ni ii-ire'.T tour njuaw Trail, Tiini:li Lun with 'u turcf richly gil J-t : Ilo'iie i win re afioction cnV. . 1'ilic.t wilh rhm,.- l.c ruart hn ,,U,,'J" Ilotnr! pi. watch tljc fail'ful !"" Palling Win li.svcri st.ove ; Untm; in wbvr their is one to I'"- Home is w here th rc f one " i"T' s- not mod i""i u,i r""'1 ,:,- t eu'iure i.. run I. loom. II. .i. r Hollo? ln-flr t .i;i' I"" II . I .).- In. rt rt What if h'.-n- ' rrrft-, ,, - N,1,co.'ff.r"rM;-"'-'- U.iliir l swrrl. rol ''". W'fcfB ihTi'i one w '' Charles F. Brown, known to the people both Bides of. the Atlantic a Ward" i reprofcntea io Southampton,1 England, upon the b lb iitnnt He bo vol! know, tbrungh the 1 otches that bear the title of "Artomns V.,r.l " that it is pcarccly necessary to go into anv detaih.of biography. Ho was i-noii" the bet vf our American humorists in theparticnlar vein he had adopted, c.v.-r n Fancy. In Kentucky liven a w, tlic he...

Publication Title: Brownlow's Knoxville Whig
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownlow's Knoxville Whig. — 3 April 1867

I i i s I t 1 i f ! -1 1 1 -IS V -IT .TT-T-T VT t; FEW iU :U ; VJJ 'O VOLUME IT. KNOXVILLE, TEW, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3, 1867. ! Boston Journal j ATJJIBER 8. rvaufsixn tnut By EROWNLOW & HAWS. Terms r Subscription. OX TEAR, payable Invariably la advance,.. 11 00 (IX M0XTH9. " .... i oo No iQbtrrintiun will be received for a lea rieried than 8ix Mouth. Remittance (an be mad tbronch th Pool Office, at the risk ef tha Publisher, when tha receipt of tha Poetmaster la taken lor ilia araount forwerflea. Order for ckakoi of bikectio unit give Pmt Offlc. Coun ty and state te which tha paper haa been and ia to h mt. Rat of Advrrtlalngr. One square, ten line Jionpareil, on insertion, II Each continuation of aama advertisement, J '! Una tquara, eix months, "2 Oil nun re " 00 Liberal discount will be made to those who adverti lib- arallv Cull on naranna to become caaciaaw win do inserted a other dnrti.m.nii to w n.id for inrariaMT in advance. All advertisements on wlilcn me numurr i insertion i...

Publication Title: Brownlow's Knoxville Whig
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownlow's Knoxville Whig. — 3 April 1867

Site gtattxUU;3$fttn n.i.i... nn ii other cbk. ' ' Cl,.inVlir. when dared I. fpwj. Will not do in time ''!L " Knox"vi!lef TennM April 3, 1867. FOR GOVERNOR, wit g. brownlow, OF KOX COUNTY. - , fr 0 ' r : FOB REPRESENTATIVE, i LBTxWILLE M. MYKATT, OF KKOX ; Ecpalrtlean Union State Central Com mittee. lit District K. R. Butler. - 2d District John W. JJortt, Knoxville, Tenn. 3d District Dr. J. A. Fuson, Liberty. 4tb DiBtricV 5tn District S. B. Brown, Nashville. Cih District Dr. A. W. Ewkini. 7th Dietrict Uol. J. J. Roach. 8th District Gbd. John Eaton, jr., Hemphi. The following nsember from Davidson county were added by the Central Committee: II. II. Harmon, George W. Blackburn, E. F. Cone, II. U. Thomas. . s.j crncE8 or to statu cistbxl committee Chairman, K. R. Butler; Treasurer, E. P. Cone; Secretary, 1L II. Thomas. The "Whig can be lad every week at the News Depot of K 11. Singleton, Poet Office Building KashTille, Tenn. C. S. Hcsaaan, No. 14, Broad Etrtt, Boston, M.m Is oar regula...

Publication Title: Brownlow's Knoxville Whig
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownlow's Knoxville Whig. — 3 April 1867

She guoHUU; "$Itig Knoxviile, Tenn., April 3, 1857. SACiAMisTAi. MtxTijr occurs lit the Helho- j ! diet rpi?crpai Church in this citj next Saturday and S!balh, commencing fcaiuraay exeang at 7 ! o'clock. Let. Dr. rarne ofEciatea. CorsTt CoraTv -The aarttrlj term1 of the Countj Court held its session a Jktonday, . lion. C. W. Jones presiding. Thirty-eight Justicw were present, and quite an amount of basSncas dispatched, "Wm. F. Soay, Eq, was elected Entry-taker for Knox county. IL D. Joroulmsn, Esq, was elected Ranger. DaTid Nelson . was elected Coroner, the office for some tine past hating been vacant Charles Morrow, Wm. F. Seay, and R. D. Joroul man, were appointed Commissioners to repair the bridge at the foot of Main street, on first creek, damaged by the late flood. . G. IV. Summers, J. T. Doyle, and J. I Ford, were appointed for a similar purpose, relatire to the bridge carried awsy which was over Stock creek, oa the Maryrille road. The bridge at A. E. Trotter' was carried away...

Publication Title: Brownlow's Knoxville Whig
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownlow's Knoxville Whig. — 3 April 1867

Tville. Tcnn., April 3, ISS7. in EniisMencd Decision. Under .the. above caption tro ?opy the .Mi-Vninn of the cheat decision of .t . c a Pnnrt of tb-8 State, T lie ouui c.uav - - 1 It is HUDSON & SEYKOUR, Bed! Estate Broilers, 'knoxville, tenn, i TTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE A and jRxchanrro of Eeal Estate. Have Legal 'Advertisements. 4V n r,n Ol the. Viuv.u....".. - ' , . , I tj . . . - -i Tr,nPi r.omuint'u A V. r I' n I Vtr.JQ III i ruuv,' UVV LUC iCUCi - io . opinion.. w flaence'tuaaall wo, Miswa, Timbeh and GrazisO; Lands joarnal posesswg more innuem. , counties, in iwt Feniewee. " , We also have for eaie Hills, Water Pow; .1, rrfitiivinar .-... r - . m a TTe have from lennessc era ana sites lor .ianniacioriC5, xuu uv .i Cnnwme Court 01 mo i n:. t intelligence w Franchise nallv Parsed up toe rrau" City Property. f ersons wishing us to negotiate for the State has fi Law enacted bj v. (rmf.,! the entire validity of the law. Thoso Lands in Eaet Tennessee exchanged for intense in...

Publication Title: Brownlow's Knoxville Whig
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
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