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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownlow's Knoxville Whig. — 10 April 1867

) H. I 71 fYUW- mA . .A; M . M A U y Jul 'VOLUME IV. r " "" "' ' ' 11 ' " ' "" ' ' I i Boston Journal ! . KiOXVILLE, TEM, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10, 18G7. IX U tt rjnri wxxxxt By BSOWNLOW & HAWS. Terms f SabaertptSoa. - OXS TEAR, payable invariably In advance,.. $1 orr SIX MONTHS, " - " - 1 00 No sDherrirtivn will Is rcir fjt a leaf period than Six Months. Remittance can be mad through the TbrX Office, at the rirk of tfa Publish, when the receipt of the Postmaster I uk'i for the amount foivrarded. . . : , - Order tut cbabsb of Bixrcrtox rr.vtt give Tnet Offlce, Conn ty and Stat te which th paper hM teen Bad ii U Nt eeo. Ths South was bodies, but they enforce the coer- Rai of Ad wert Mng. ..$1 M 1 00 ..1 0 ..20 CO 0a (fun, tea line Nonpareil, on In.ertk. f.erh continuatloa of earno advertisem!,.. ( square, six months, Liberal diacoant will Iw'mede to b b advertise lib erallv Ceil on noraoBt to become candidate will fee inserted as ther advertisement, to be paid for invariably In advanc...

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. — 10 April 1867

BEOWKLOW & EATCS, PuUisaera. DropriBS tbl70ItV" .peak, niii not Knoxville ,T.nn.f April 10.188 cot? OOVEB011! wm. o. uonm, or ssox COUNTY. FWlBEPSESENTATIVE' LB'XVILLB SI. MYNATT, i OP KSOX. Ecrnbilcan Union Stale Central Com- l,t District-. B. Butler, Tajlorsville. - Jf D..tricV-Jobn W. Sorlt, Tent,. 3d Dirtriet-Dr. J- A. Fusor u Liber y. 4tb Datrlct-Lewii Tillman, ShelbjTiUe. 6tb Dutrict-S. B. Brown, Isasavilie. 6 h DmiricV-Dr. A. W. Hawkins, bmeedsviile. 7th District-Col. J. J- Ho . Trczet Eth D.strict-Gen. John Eaton, jr, Memphis. Tb. following members from DaYidion county ere added by the Central Conawuee: H. II. Harrison, Gcorg W. Blackburn, E. 1. Cone, 11. H. Thomas. ; emciM CT TUB STATE CZ5TBAL couMrrrr Chairman, R. R. Butler; Treasurer, E. P. Cone; Secretary, a E. Thorn. tne 2d Jleet ai A Call for a Contention In rncrrsKlonal District. TO Alliens, Tenn. After haTicz teen in uonimunlcfctfca wita the 23 CongreMiocal Commits, who was appointed at the Mass Meeting held at I...

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. — 10 April 1867

Knoxville, Tcnn,f April 10, 1367. Tni School Xi'w. Amor 5 tht Ust ncU of the Le;islatur of Tennessee pt iU recent session, to pass a law providing foa irstem of Common School Education. Thus1 Las Tennessee taken another step in the great journey of civilisation. If the law ii carried out at provided, no one in the future, residing in our State, can have a lawful ex cuse for not obtaining at least a good English edu cation. . . The law provider for a thorough organization, by the election of a St&fp Superintendent, a aubordi nate Superintendent for each county, also aubordi nate for each civil district, and each tub-district. The State Superintendent exercises a general control over the entire State, and is elected by the reoDle. The CountT Superintendent exercises con- I a , trol of the counties; examines teachers as to their qualifications, and attends to the interest of the schools generally, for which he receives a salary of fiTe hundred dollars, and a fee of one dollar and f...

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. — 10 April 1867

She gnsxnUj-?!lug. Knoxville, Tenn., April 10, t867. Abraham Lincoln a Man cf Feace. John Minor Bolts, in his "Secret History of the Orcat Rebellion." reviews rart. of tho history of the war not generally known, an incident of the late Mr. Lincoln. Tho tollowir.g is extracted from an account of an interview in l$Cl,lctwon the F011 historian and Mr. Lincoln;-in "which the latter "is'said to have used this language: "Bolts. I have always been an online tt , tci,! rr1 if roar boumern v. I t , v " w . . . . f sew n 1 it 18 possible ior one nomer then, and believe now man KJ w'un " tl, cA nother an o ieh I believed be would have done. n,en Fn For Samter, ha are short cl pro tons. I cannot and will not let them suffer for focd; they h are 80 much beef, o much pork, potatoes etc, but thvr bread will not last longer than next ednesday, and I bare sent a special messenger to Gov Pickens to pay that I have dispatched a eteamer loaded wiih . 'bread'" that was his expression, though I suppose h...

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. — 17 April 1867

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Publication Title: Brownlow's Knoxville Whig
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownlow's Knoxville Whig. — 17 April 1867

he tt0SviUV BEOWSLO'rT & EAS, PuMishera. . Tiolding up tba tlier cheek. n knmhlT ob the keeeij ' Oozing liri ben Jl WM. KnoxvineTenn.V April 17.1867. FOB OOVEBIfOE, g. -roorapw, 0y x'OJ COCKTY. - - FOS 'BEPBESEWTATIVZ,! 'L1XWILLE M.. MYXATT, OP KXQX. EeDQlJllcsn Union State Central Com- mlttce. lit District B. B. Butier, TayloriTille. 34 Wetrict John "W. Hcrit, Knoxville, Term. 3d District Dr. J. A. Tukid, Libertj. 4th Difctricv Lewia Tillman, Shelbyville. 5th Diatrict S. B. Broirn, lTabYille. 4 eih Diatrict Dr. A- W. Ilawkint, Smeedgriile. "th Dif-tricV CoL J. J. Roach, Trere-want. Etb Diatrict Gen. John Eaton, Jr, Memphis. The following membera from Davidson county were added hj tbe Corrtral Committee: II. II. HarrUon, George W. Blackburn, E. P. Coa&, II. U. Thomas. . omcrRe or rut .tatx cbtval cummittes. Chairman, B. R. Butler; Treasurer, E. P. Cone; Secretary, II. II. Thorn ai. A Call for a Contention In the 2d Congressional District, To Meet at Athens, Tenn.. After bari...

Publication Title: Brownlow's Knoxville Whig
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownlow's Knoxville Whig. — 17 April 1867

Knoxvitle, Tenn.: April 17, 1237. Thc Brxdoi AoAis.TVe fear thos who are most deeplr interest in tie "comrlcllon of the .bridge over the Holston here, do not approciale lh mailer at tt?j should. "We should deeply regret any develops; enU which would ihow a deposition . to fall back on the old defunct system of ferry boU and yawls, of fifty year ago. "We would xery mucn regret to cee cur friends over the river, In "South America," whofe loyalty is to proverbial, and who haTe ehown a somewhat progroftive spirit in the past, allow a scheme fraught with to much real benefit to themselves to fail, merely from a want of viewing the matter in its true light. . - We have heard a goodly number of the citizens of Knoxville speak favorably and encouragingly of the work, and if those in the country, who are certainJy to be the beneficiaries to a great extent, will only do a liberal part, they can rulyon meeting with a favorable raponse from the citizens of Knox ville. Come, friends, wake op on ...

Publication Title: Brownlow's Knoxville Whig
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownlow's Knoxville Whig. — 17 April 1867

Knoxville, Term., April $7, 1267. ? T (57.- J Jr. K&sby's Board Commntt the Compila tion of a Scries cf School Books for the "Institoot" and the South Generally, but . r Thv: art ed ty (Ac Pmcrse Joe Biglcr. ' ' Tost Orris. Coxfideit X Boad , , (which is in the Suit ur Kentuc . . Frnarv20,l8G The iDititoot is, I may ey, Contributions flow in slowly bat i b1o orij feet rnnff indeed to giro each f 'a new set uv close, b4 wc Pj,Ti hev .11. first handlin v thi . oJJ other comfort. But lJl 50plo BaW troubles us. Sam hundred. JK&k that a bottle ur likker and g" Jf deposited under it, -d ffnSh uv its b.n overturned I by Vc we buiIt them rchoi At great ,xp makc5u onto it a section . tbey otcrlBrned rBtfhffi boarJ bcarin this it; "V 'lt iiy gone, and the ,CgC "fUSSW y&e Board, but grcentack Jtoje crenuv tiat lokalitJ Tet rlid and tothr-didnt hov the nessary j Sd'enceln the truthfulness uv the Board J to prevent era from, goin- for the artiklce tho the very fcnowledgo uv us which ...

Publication Title: Brownlow's Knoxville Whig
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownlow's Knoxville Whig. — 24 April 1867

I II TTT) w VOLUME IT. IT 0 axa KiWYILLE, TEM, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24, 1867. ' V. Mi By ii munis vmir BROWNLOW & HAWS. Teriaa of Sabcrlitlon- ONE TliAB, payebla forarlably la adranca 12 UO l!I MuSIHS, " " " 1 W ho subscription will b rc-iTed for In period than tit Mmtb. Remittance can be made through th Twat Office, at th riak nf the PuMiahere, bn the receipt of (be Tostma'tar ii taken for tbe amount forwarded. Ordere for iaaias of dibectiok mutt gire Poet Oflloa, Ch I j and Plate to which the paper baa beeu aa l in to b" eent. RaU f Arlrertllmr. ou square, tea line Nonpareil, on iniiertion,. Each continuation of earn adrertieemeat, ' square, six months One jure, per annam,.. ....fl W .... I oo 1 00 .20 (K) Liberal diacouats will ba made to the wno aa Terr lee lin- rrally. (.'alia on persons to become candidate will be inserted ether adrertiMmenia, to be paid for inran.blr lo advance. All adenrtlsements oa which tb number of itMrtiDS la Cot marked, will be patiiiahed nu. roaain, an...

Publication Title: Brownlow's Knoxville Whig
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownlow's Knoxville Whig. — 24 April 1867

BBOWELOW & HAWS. Publisher.. ( Tielding Bp th other check. Dropping humbly ta an' Casing lips wheo '" f ' IU KV WW Knoxville, Tenn., April 24,1867. FOB GOVEBNOB, WM. G. BKOmOW, or kxox county. . . FOB EEPBESEK'TATIVE, LTXNVIUiE M. MYNATT, OF KNOX. RpDn&Ilcaa Inlon State Central Corn " mltiec 14 Dittrfctr R. B. Butler, Taylorsile. 3d District John W. iJortL, K.nox-iIle, Tenn. d District Dr. J. A. Fuson, Liberty. ;t District Lew Tillman, StelbTTille. 6tb District S. B. Brown, Nashville. 6th District Dr. A. W. Iiawkiris.Sineedsvwle. 7th District Col. J. J. Roach, Trezewant. Itb District Gen. John Eaton, jr., Memphis The following members from Davidson county ware added by the Central Committee : II. H. Harrison, George W. Blackburn, K. P. Cone, II. II. Thorn m. crricisi or the stati crNXHAi. committee Chairman, B. R. Butler; Treasurer, E. P. Cone; SecreUry, II. H. Tbotuae. A Call for a Convention ia tbe 2d Congressional District, To Meet at Alliens, Tenn. After having been in c...

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. — 24 April 1867

'WWH1HCIIMllPlMt IW'U..', IjgaajlJIWaBOl She poxiillc Knoxville, Tenn,, April 24, 1367. I-comx Tix. Ia Union county, tot a sisgla nin ry in)mo tax, since the lata act of Con grew fjempting one thousand dollars from taxation. Fkksoxal. Major "Y. A. "Wainwright, late Toti tuarteraiastor at thii arrived in our citv en Menus morning. . - IsirROVlNO Collxoi IIiix. The managers of ibis institution have procured a large number of (Jar post, and will, ai scon as the necessary ma terial can be procured, proceed to erect a fence around the entirs premise. J ItfFKOTTUfcXTi. "We are pleas! to se that the Loi dox Cosriynox. At the request of citizens el both Knox and Koane counties, we will state that the Senatorial nominating Convention will b held st Loudon, on the tecond X'oday in May. Let the Kir.gten papers give notic to the delegate. Thi 'iw Ja:i Owin,; to the very incletaent eatber during the latter part of the winter, and tie unprecedented amount of rain this spring, the :k on the new ja...

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. — 24 April 1867

MIJBlg'.WJlgg'WM 1U-. lifilLJI mhjusjw '. i j.i.;iijjibii "ssp-s She Knoxville, Tenn., April 24, 1867. From the Chicago Republican. Tlie Breaking Up. When Vice-President John Tyler, became Prcsidcnfby the accident of the death or Harrison, be was accepted by the party that hai elected him with an abiding conadericc oficial'and- personal integrity. , is Ins t. - A I ' t ..;lrt Henry -a3 and nhe union of tho Whig, for th . ako of tho Union" came as freely rom h lip. as from those of any other ...rtt. At t!, first session of Copgresb J- -f L.n n accd mm- iurauon, no even those afYpr his ir.an self in opposition to bis rfc"---11 .v . i . - nr-tir measures, huff ITsS .red by! hi. ibdbre -SS- aDud' . . S: cress as a caoai, auu . , . . Snetituted despotism. Hi. Cabinet pro testing carnstlj-nft l" treachery to the party that bd elected bira and to the prin ciples which they sustained before the peo ple remained with him f long as it was possible for them to do so with honor to themselves or...

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. — 1 May 1867

U it M: a w w - t 1 1 .1 n 1 i ;Xi : i r il I i 1 1 i a ; r . n . . ? ? .m $ ; ; ; : : : : - .11- LciVm Journal i VOLUME IT. DfOXYILLE, TEM, VEDNEfJDAT, MAY 1, 1867. She iiaxrillc JW&ig, n rrauiKO tuu By BEOWKLOW &; HAWS, Terms f Sabwcrtplloau OX E TEAR, reyabl. invariably In advance.. SIX MONTHS, " " Xo eubsoription Mouths. and now aTOwing that tbey were, In hi. JudgnanL right it the time, and tbat h? urged their truth and ! propriety upon the people with all the powers he ipoJeuel EKiisMrlraaiMi, Six or eren witnesses were examined during the ' thL'd day, every one of whom, in lutatance, told I the sa story aa that of the first one. Puring thia i day, Mr. Etheridge, in order to accelerate the busi l nest ot the court, offered to submit the following: conioesion, wuiuu wu oDjeciea to by the Judge Aa- ..52 oo 1 oo will be received fur a lee. period (baa Six A j v" f Remittance can be made throurh Ilia P,it Offlre. at tbe risk - J tuurl' of the Publisher, when tbe receipt of ...

Publication Title: Brownlow's Knoxville Whig
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownlow's Knoxville Whig. — 1 May 1867

BEOWHLOW & HAWS, Pab&wr3. Wfcjtt a Committee! Th. I..hfll-Cotl.?rV81.1TO tvuai V m eh.ek, th. knee. ; . U1 aw All Dropping- -J u .pe.k Closing !",-. lik. th.s. not eo Will Kasxrllb. T.M.. M 'L6Zl W31. FOB GOYESIfOB, ft BROWNLOW, OF XXOX COUNTY. FOR REPRESENTATIVE, LTNNVILLE JL MTNATT, OF KNOX. EcpnMlcan Union State Central Com mittee. it District JL R. Butler. TylonTille. 3d Dietrict John W. North, KnoiTilla, Tenn.- 2d District Dr. J. A. Foeon, Liberty. 4th Dietrict Lewii Tillman, Sbelbyville. 6th District S. B. Browo, Nashville. th District Dr. A. W. Hawkins, Smeedsville. 7th Di.uictCol. J. J. Roach, Trezewant. Sth District Gen. John Eaton, jr., Memphis. The following members from Davidson county ware id&i by the Central Committee : II. H.' Harrison. Georga AV. Blackburn, E. P. Cons, U. H. Thomas, omens or tbi stati centkal committee. Chairman, R. R. Butler; Treasurer, E. P. Cone; Secretary, 11. H. Thomas. A Call for & Conientlcn In the 2d Congressional District, To...

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 May 1867

1 1 She u0xvilU Vltig Knoxville, Tenn.. May I, 1867.:. " Fight. On Saturday" morning last, Thomas Sharp, a Caucasian gentleman, aula femala Amer ican citizen of African descent, named- Loe, had a regular fisticuff fight, somewhere on .Gay street, north of the Crozier house. Eliza held ber own pretty well, but Charley Itorrow, a gentleman of very peaceable proclirities, came up before a&y one was seriously hurt, and by the assistance of Policeman Kick Lewis, pat an end to hostilities. Thomas appeared before Esqaire Morrow the same evening, and atoned for this little display of pugil ism to the tune of twenty dollars and cost. To ap pease the wrath of tho corporation, he also appeared before Recorder White and contributed fire dollars to the city treasury. " Dos 't "be I'ooi8H."--Tou can make Six Dol lars from Fify Cents. Csll and examine an inten tion urgently needed ly everybody. Or a sample sonl free by mail for 50c, that retails easily for $6 by B. I Wolcott, 170 Chatham Squar...

Publication Title: Brownlow's Knoxville Whig
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownlow's Knoxville Whig. — 1 May 1867

She anomUc iWMg. XroxvUIc, Tenn., May !. 1867. KasfcJ. The Xtgro Vote-Mr. Na! inm fTtfe WaJ4 Hampton Tries to ConMe the African-TheEctMeftU entvre. Post Orris, Cosfedrit X Roaj, j i mf:t7o 'etrordinary change J" nt perdoost very sudden that he , jjre x conjcstion a ce trflde ad high Pro- tcctive tariff, wl ;cait0Oral decstrik nv made a J'nfrcnoon at 10 A. M., and Noo " Mtrn in Pcnnylvany in in a mannfactunn tform fi() COI15trukId l'e eIC?h iidci cood find a endorsement in that th d many other feats of k hia called upon to make lsproDaoiy me snddonest. .Last wees auuui.v. Pogram, Captain McPclter and I Deekin wuz en raged in riddin tho Corners of niggers. We b ? j-A Tnm v Inner as Wiithbt DOB- eille, and determined on 6tandm it no longer. Selectin three wich we wuz satis fied bed too much epellin-book into em to bo enslaved agin, we wuz preparin notiees to be served onto cm, orderin em to leuye in twenty-four hoars, wbeu I received in the Northern mail a letter marked "Free Alex. W. ...

Publication Title: Brownlow's Knoxville Whig
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownlow's Knoxville Whig. — 8 May 1867

11 BROW volume rvv KNOXVILLE, .TENS', WEDNESDAY, MAT 8, 1867. NUMBER 13. Site DUtcrxt'iJlc 3&ig, IS PtlLHU WIUXT By IJI10WNLOW & HAWS. Term mf KabtK-rlptloB. (NK TEAR MX MONTHS. Remittances can be made through th Pout Offlce, t tb risk ( tbe Publishers, when tlie rw-mpt of lb PortmuM Is taken for the amount forwarded. Or.lcr for cbakoe of dibictio mint giv Poet Offlc, Conn it and Hate to which tbe paper ba been and ia to be Rules of AtlwrUlie Our square, ten Hue Nonpareil, one Insertion, tl M F.a.h continnatlon of aama advertisement, 1 00 cue square, aix montba ? J One square, tx-r annum. ..........M UO L.b. ral discounts wiii be ma le to tho who advertia lib- "''alls oa persona to Iwcome candidataa will be inserted aa oth--r nlmlimiirDti, to be paid for Invariably In advance. All advertisement on whh;u the unmbar of insertion "T m.rki-d, will be published till rotBtn, and charged accordingly. Adter'tisenviils will bo considered dne when inaerted, except with whom we keep re...

Publication Title: Brownlow's Knoxville Whig
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownlow's Knoxville Whig. — 8 May 1867

BBOWELOT & HAWS, PuUislen. m", Drorri"8 numbly , " ,Mv Will not do in times " KiioxviIIe,Tenn.,May8,867; FOB GOVERNOR, W3L G. BROWNLOW, CF K'OX COUNTY. - FOR REPRESENTATIVE, LIXXTILLE JL MVNATT, OP KNOX. Kcpobllcan Union State Central Com mittee. 1st District B. JL Butler, TaylonsTille. Sd District John W. North, Knoxvillo, Tenn. 3d Dietrict Dr. J. A. Fusod, Liberty. 4th District Lewis. Tillman, bhelbyTille. 5th District S. B. Brown, NMbiille. 6th District Dr. A. W. Uawkins.Suieedsville. 7th DiHrict Col. J. J. Roach, Trezewant. fth District Gen. John Eaton, jr, Memphis. The following member from payidaon county AAtvl hw the Central Coratnitloe: ii 11 HiniHiL Goorr Vi. Blackburn, E. P. Cone, II. 11. Thomas, orritBsa or th stats cestbul committee. Chairman, B. E. Butlor; Treasurer, K. T. Cone; Secretary, 1L n. Thomas. The School 3111. f A Reverend gentleman sends us long article abusive of the Tennosceo Legislature for not hating passed School Bill. He winds up by stating "that si...

Publication Title: Brownlow's Knoxville Whig
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownlow's Knoxville Whig. — 8 May 1867

i.r She uoxviIU iHiig KnoxvIIle, Term., May 8, 1867. Base Ball " Hatch. An exciting bai ball match rame off here on last Saturday evening, be tween the Knoxville and Iloliton Cluba ef tbia citj. A large crowd of gentlemen and ladiea were ipectatirs. The game waa hotly contested by both clubs, resulting in a victory for the Knoxvillo Club. Ve understand the match will be repeated soon, but at what particular time, we hare not learned. t? Abu Am Schools. The Sabbath Schoola at the different Churchos in Knoxville are all in a thriv ing condition. This w right, and it gives us much pleasure to announce that such ft elate of affairs ex ists amongst us. Although there ara probably as many as seven hundred children attending Sabbath Schools in the city, there is yet room for more. Many boys and girls loiter away their time on the Sabbath day, whose time might be pleasantly and profitably spent at these Sabbath Schoola. Pr-mc The inmate of the Deaf and Dumb Asylum enjoyed a rich treat on Fr...

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. — 8 May 1867

Site IXnoxiillic ;.5VIug. Knoxville, Tenn., May 8, 1867. job FurriTirra. Legal Advertisements. ! -- i Battle Cry of Freedom. t, we'll rally round" the fljr. t, "'H ,nc Shouting the battls rry t-f t roenoi ; , . We will wily from t- hi" ? SlhtT frwM tbe plain, lhoutin- the bailie cry of Freedom. Chohi Tbo Union forever, Hu'rab. boys, barren I Down wiC tSe Traitor, U. wiih tt; Star; WbiU. we rally round he flag, boys, rally one apain, S routing the battle-cry of fwJona ! V, .re fprinKing to Ibe call of our brctberf gone Wore, t?i.utine the battle erytif Frd'ni! AMdwliClltbe vacant rank, witb a w.lhon r roeiuen more, , Shouting the battle wry of freedom. Cfi"Br The Inier) forever, Ae. THE TN A fro We to onr nutuln-ri! the loyal, true and ill wcirnuie rtouMrslte ett e try of Fret Jonj ? A id Altbo' beajsy be poor beihall never be a slate, Skoutin- the WUe cryf Freedom! CHOKf Tbe Inwu forerer, 1c. .So we're ringing to tbe call from tleeatt and from tbe Witt, ,hnBtinpr the ua'tie-cry 01 t...

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