ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Brownlow's Knoxville Whig Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 920 items from Brownlow's Knoxville Whig, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
920 results
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownlow's Knoxville Whig. — 24 July 1867

'i ii:)4KTfyf7ts VOLUME IV. Site gtuwiUe 5$big, By U rtlUMII VIIIXT DEOWNLOW & HAWS. Terms f ftabwrlptloa MX M'iTIIS, . , , . t, f2 1 00 will fc reoeieed for B lea period tbmm Six ONR No eobecriptioa JUontli. Remittancea taa be made through the Pee Office, at 'he rt tha rubllabera, wbea the receipt of tbe roatmaater it takes. for the amount forwarded. Order for chakqr of mihtio mnat firm Port Offle, Coca, ty and Bute to which the paper baa been Mil t to be, Bent. KaI- of AdrerUnlflg. n :u,n.are, ten 11dm Koaparell, one laarrtloa,. fl 60 F.arh rontmnatioa of urn adertieraest, 1 ( One aqnare, an month, ... ., . ...16 f ' ( xiaare, par annum,.. . , o oo Liberal diaconnta will be anode to thoae who 5 4 vert La lib eraliy. all on p-raon to bwm candidate will be Inserted a omrr aoTemeeraeni, 10 lie paid for iarnriably is adtenre. All aUTrrtieement oo which lb number of iaeertioae is aot marked, will be pnbliihed tili, rouain, and charged accordingly. aoriuKnirDui win lie conidreJ lua ...

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. — 24 July 1867

Site gnoxnUt3iVIuffi BROWKLOW & EAS, Publishers. th. Mhrr check, 4 I,r0rl',,n' th t -peak," ' ? 1 1 W3I. FOR GOVERNOR, (J. BROWNLOWi Ok Knox County. f FOR CONGRESS, . j ttad a ni? at a vr a t? n I IIKJIXIYKJJlJ Jill x. ixiaw, , Or Knox Covntt . , . For Superintendent of Public Infitruc- xion, JOHN EATON,' ".III., Or Shelby Count v. For State Senator, R. P. HAT ON, j Or K"ANE Coi ntv. j FOR REPRESENTATIVE, 7 LYXXYILLK .M. MYNATT, Ok Knox County. ) For Joint Representative, CHARLES iNMAN, Or Sevier Covstt. . i i - i ! Attacks on Horace Maynard. ; The Itebol pnrty ook to tnako personal iMi in every important rneo in the Stale,, by getting uy old i'uo tho rwT!c rre n'll,in b'1- Thi Js done to avoid the truo and only fcsue Ic-fore U10 country, which is loyalty and disloyalty. Are you a Union man or a Rebel ? is the question. This the candidate of the rel.nl T? Aod Tbcir at" tn k! upon Maynard are made with a view to con ceal the fact that John "Williams i the candidate of the rebel p...

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 July 1867

II I u f 4 I i She 'guoxtilUTIiig ' knoxvil!, Tenn?, July 24,12 &7.'. Diki, Julj 16ih, at Franklin, Tcon, Jrhsik Cutt Brcwttlott, daughter of Gen. Jamet I. and Mrs. Belle Brownlow; agod'l uo'nlht and 12 days. At' FitRsoyAi,, 1. F. W. Sparling, of Nashville, has bn in oar city a few daya, lie will hi. re membered at Got. Browtlotr'a appointee ai Com DiiMiorer of the Metropolilan Police of that place. Tbxkx will bo an election held In thU district on the first dy of August for a Jualice of the Feace, to 11 the vacancy occasioned hy the removal of Tf. T. Mnrn lyonJ the limit of the district. 1. I. A Hoy and Imac Joseph are the candidntos. Death or an Old Cither. Harry Turk, an old colored tnaa who haa long wided hre d,ei on Friday last. Hi rernaini were followed to their firml retting place on Sunday j a Urge number of pprKon. Every oDe who knew him will at once ..grce that lie wm an honeet man in the true sewn T the word. No man had fewer enemiea than he. MakwilCk, & Tjkkk., J...

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 July 1867

i r if J! - r - few She koxviUc Itig. Knoxville, Tenn., July 24, 1867. Proclamation tij the Governor, j AVherias, An incoftlmry tJocumci.l h bwn ui at Nas-hville, 1j ibo p.-irtiz-n Chairmen of pelitical UeminiU?, in the f.-llowins wmi-I", l.-wit : TO TH COCSTT COURTS Of Til PTATC. j fv. -. r :t . :.i T., In fill the prifin V iA) nuv mil w rpiuni ujr --- .1 T...- ' 'ThU U r,oiTn!.l t- M .' rt rr.rinS lb, elgjj.- Jtf. iS not changed cn t'! fr.nthie n,t, e.-t. n lxuri o , . flprMjiDt, in cages when tho noner i "'"". . r " Li i s ii... i ...... I ilUXlg w vvua u v auu lUdt w an louri lauea to auond ShriC bj llie Sfdutt orthr"ons lhf7 Pointed f.ilad to , s4'cKlrt M'- lilover may hit re boon ,,.,kvJ with aid sections f the Oie, admits of nrt otlw oon.truftion it is frt(iinlj plain to-i plnin for controversy. By order of the Central CVimmittec. ; . ; j JHy C. Gaut, Chslrniftn. , And Whereas, tbis seditious circulur recommends tho Bonification of tbo Franchise Law, which is now a part of th...

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. — 30 July 1867

i 1 .KNOXYiiLL H Li -Jtoa 'Journal" TT ) 1 w u JJ JJL d-L pi in 0 VOLUME IV. DfOXVILLE, TEM, WEDNESDAY, JULY 30, 1867. She vti0XviIU Iiig, it rvausvuB wimxt By BEOWNLOW & HAWS. Terra f BatMrcrlptlo. ONK YEAR, payable invariably In advance,. 2 W 81 X MONTHS, .. l no No ulmcripuoa will be received for lees period than Ola M'ntlm. Remittance can be made through th Pot OfBoa, at tn H?k of the Publisher, when tha receipt of th roatmaater 1 ke for the amonnt forwarded. Order f.r emtio of mbectioS miirt give Post Offlre, Coun ty and btata t which the paper bu been nd nt- Kt or AdrHm. ( square, ten llnei Nonpareil, one Insertion, fl M Kack continuation of eame advertisement, 1 no One rquare, ix month ... 1& W One square, per annum, 2t Liberal discount will ba made to tboea who advertise lib rally. Call on person to become candidate will be inserted m etbr advertisements, to b paid for invariably In adranre. All advertisement on which tb number of Insertion is not marked, will be pub...

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. — 30 July 1867

4 Site glnoxvUU 3iVlug. BEOWNLOW & HAS, Publisher.. c,r in . a- f III " isst-. 3-867- FOB GOVERNOB, G. BROWNLOW, Or Kkox Coujqr. : FOB CONQEES3, HORACE MAYNARD, Or Kkox Couktt For Superintendent of Public Instruc tion, JOHN EATON, JR., Of SlIELBT COUNTY. For State Senator, R. P. EATON, Of Roane County. FOR REPRESENTATIVE, LYXNVILLB M. MYXATT, Ok Knox County. For Joint Representative, CHARLES INMAN, Or Sevier County. To tliC Polls! To tlic Tolls! To-morrow is a day of momentous lccis ion.' It will determine lictlier Tennessee cIimII nrrntn Iimuh iindpr IV rule, or wheth er it diall remain in loyal hands and in nympathy with tlir great loyal heart oi'thc nation. Every true man is expected to do l,;-,1..t- Tl.n t.-.M 1 of 1 Si! 1-1 SC.") is Flill upon us, with this difference only, that to morrow it will be fought with ballots in toI of bullets. Let none falter. Let none be indifferent. Let none be absent from the polls. Especially should none be de terrfcl from fear of violence 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. — 30 July 1867

11 She jUox viMe ! OTjj Knoxville, Tens.., July 30, 18G7. Thi wills of tho new etone jail, t thii lc, hare just teen completed, and Is pronounced by all who hare seen it to bo a first-clan Job f touonrj. The President h&s nominated and th SenaU bM confirmed Joha Nelherlabd,' of Uawkioa coun ty, Et Tennessee, as XJ.8. itiauler to Boliyia. A citizen of . Anderson county wns killed at Wallace's Cross Iloads on Wednesday of font week, l j being stricken by a rock thrown from the hands of another citizen with whom he had difficulty. We have been unable to learn the namw of the par ties. . ... A recent publif hed report of the surTey of the proposed Nashville and Knoxville KaiJroad, shows the line to be one bundered and ninety miles by 'a natural route along the 'western Iepe of the Cum berland mountains. The ti mated cost of con structing the road is $0,240.844. . , . , , r Arpoj ktment. Cspt. 1L. T. Brooks, of this place, hw been comrr.isEloned Paymaster of the Tennessee Slate Guard...

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. — 30 July 1867

1 ' i f $ ;i i: 5 n u i ? r ' ( i i .'li 1 If ' i i n -ts nn I'jr t: in ,1.1 'Itin ihw 1. If (hi " li i;Un t-l, She .gwaxvilU -.flVhifl. Knoxvi!!e,Tenn.,Ju!y 30, 1867. rrotlamatlon by lie (.oicrnor. ' Whkrias, An incendiary d.M-tiin-nt 1m P" aued at NnshTilU', lj thn prtrti.tn C'l.nirm:.!. .f a political OunmiUoo, in tho f..ll..witi- wnJ, l"-'1 : Trt smir rni!iiv vii'BTH Of TIH H'AT. Do not f&il to appoint Jii-ifr ' U !" V' nl vour July t. r.u! This is r.-juiroJ f . theO)!jclj OourU of each iy, dnv of Aturw-t next. CfjJ'J, not cnangw on at u , - ,H0. 10, pag., 31, the power d" J 0nHolIS, y Bup. M..ner irflU-iUUun. pn frorij UftCollI. , ,-,-r.l that t P(;rh;;' ;m tho Cmuiis- : tyOmrtbvtUatacl. 1 iM CH(1(J3 wi.n lh! sioner u M"'0"1." roi.M do so, and that whs Uit duly, V 'WtmU-vrtr my 1 v ",'V, hilh V o(Uf 2th or Pobruary, 167, ,."tet 'd ''h e'd 4,c,'i'1n,, f thft Co'3' aJmiu of C'"fth"fir construction it is rU'iDly jiliiiri Uin Huin fr controversy. HrordiTof the Central Comrmttoe...

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. — 7 August 1867

I BROWNLOFS fflOIflLLE U as t -i I - I nil VOLUME IT. KNOXVILLE, TENN, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1867. NUMBER 26. She lUoxvillc hVlih, II rtTBUSSXD WEEKLY By BROWNLOW & HAWS. Tfrmi of HnbMriptlon. ) K YE R, payable invariably in advene. W 110 SIX MONTHS, 1 No ubcrlption will b received for a lew period than eix Month. K-mitt.nc. i can be made through the Poet Office, at the risk of the Publishers, when the receipt of the Postmaster li taken for the am'iniit forwarded. Onlera for chaok of aiarc-rios mu-it give Post Office, Coun ty and Mate to which the paper ha bn an 1 it to be tent. Kntcm of Advertising. One square, ten line Nonpareil, one insertion, f 1 50 i.cli continuation of tame advertisement, 1 00 One square, aix montht, 15 00 One square, per aonam, 00 Liberal dinuDoU will be made to tboae who advertise lib erally. iV.U n persons to bD candidate will be inserted a ot'i'-r advertisements, to be paid for Invariably in advance. AH advertisements on which the number of insertions 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. — 7 August 1867

v s i i I. , t . V s 1 - f t r. i! 1 t k Hi -1 Site gnoxvMr nl'hiij.'P BROWNLOTV & HAT7S, iv-.ll!s-:ers. i S " Til r- , V- fcf . ' .... , V-1 w,t!, rr. ,!tl--ii-"';ii,,:'VT; rl.. ' Knoxvilic, Tern., Auyt 77- ah iiV.-i'ii'-s i:-i ,V"H',r,,.'-: !,;,vc v h, ;ii J ji-. it l.i:t ill', r. ari l lM-'iWnlMn 's n,.,j..rifv - g Tl..' r.-...a;i.i...L; o.rtii4 .'-lha f!iij" i iiy lJU!..'0i. Thi tiK"ii ' j.,rilv :ni. I th.- I ' : 1 1 lui-f c' i'v, j"' twee ii 1 1 10 same (wt . ill vi Oiin dil f toik - vola-l ' iM;i!( no. li e lli- num. v i',nt.t-p,r,'ir-t - w'ni' h cii.J (ii.'in i.m- Tiic roor and Dirty, Tarly., : - Tho iarty.rvir.-s,::t:,r.S iV.c . V,i--' iftJ moral wot tit of tl... uatry j.is Wi 'V.'11'' 1 l-v i'.ailcr " fiUU ml! ff-tvunz of .-v-Hr." " F.th cridgo ftHtcj in lU fp-M-h ifcat ta- to-li'M paily paid no tnxo, ownl tio property, n.'V.f ehA.-iir tiuirt, bad no i5.cf..r ';d rode pvr Jm- ! To bo l!.t.-n ri.'far by ruvh a i;iriy U h.-..! 'i.y'.igh. It inlirl thai the people nr.! ski...

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. — 7 August 1867

i i I i $ t t 7 KnoxviHa, Teun.V A-iLti 7, li 07.' WAii.liKEi.JM in j:itut k'-uii.'-siii.-. .iiv t lUi: miirJitit 1H w. 1 Climb Smtn, ire;! yl C.i-ul t"j i. ctn- wi :yv iaMloP WltLiAl..-, l I i.u, vX.'.Ui i.t , l ; l'm.v t-itil tjujt'M.'ai; Chi '. ujil I 4 V, id i- ' r? ! lu iLc evi-ung, at I o'tiviV, aVKftti a :.ary ia Ur uf fall-ill li SjIi-" f r -'nr.-, :; he fi.utt: j Va. I.A'- ' -' flrrif.o-! nu-l arraign. 1 1 -.1 i..- yt.i .Mvnall oa il At y laCruT. , ..lrt-i -.'. a I. i.i ."-d a riHal! uiu -f ui":i-.- iiviU lift -til's id :!- ': A i-vv- I jc v l iti ! 1 u-tit li Hid Liui lu u'J-iar i'l .,.1 lda.1 a l.i. 1 i ia--i t ! j i. ! . . -'I.-' -,; -iv ! J L a .,..jj- ' ''.-J K '-. t. - 0 !' t!iv CvM JF I I V-vti., i- t .- '" ' J 5 A, i - J I -' - I . l.; .... ,. i. !1- , . l;d d ii-, I .; i ti ! ii i-v', ;l -' ' da .i ... .. ". 1. A M.'V n.'c i.-.' I'. Lib..'.-, ! ! i:1Ki..-.i....l-- f-r 1 '.' ! . ... . "- - 1 J.i:....-t C. dv,. J .U CfUy, ! iCuos-.ii!t ir l;..:y .:.rit,r. A. i : : .....

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. — 7 August 1867

She ghtoxviHe TOg. Knoxville, Tcnn., August 7, 1867. OFFICIAL ACCOUNT OF TIIE FRAXKLIX RIOT. Gen. GarUn'i Report to Gee Howard. Gross Provocation to the Colored league Eebels. Ruffians AttackthTir Processions. Repeated Insults and Acts of Violence. The Town Officers give up by the Town to Eiot. First Shot Fired by a Rebel. Wo lav before our readers the official re port of Gen. Garlin concerning the Frank lin riot made to General Howard, chief of the Bureau. It clearly fixes the responsi bility and guilt 0I tnc rot open the rebels. They bad interrupted colored processions on a former occasion, nnd fired the first shot at the time of the riot. The official report fully sustains the truth and correctness of the carefully sifted account which appeared in our clumns, while it effectually refutes the ono 6idcd and perverted accounts w hich appeared in the Conservative orjrans. The Franklin riot was as much a rebel affair as those of New Orleans and Memphis. Bv. R. axd A. L., State of Tenn...

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. — 14 August 1867

! II IQPAW VOLUME IV. ; 1 - . .... i .... i i . . , . . - - : -Jv : rr? ' : t r" - - :rr- KNOXVILLE, TENN, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST U,-1867. K.UMBER 27. Site fvnoxfiUc Wltij, IB rcausaisD wiiily By BBOWKLOW & HAWS. Term if Hnbsirrfpilon. f'NK V I. A R , payable invai iatdv in advance tl w MX MONTHS, " , tK, No subscription will tw received fr a leas ,eriod than tiJ Month. Remittance, can be mail- through the Tint Office, at the risk r.f tli Publishers, when the receipt c.f the rwtniim is taken for the amoDDt forwarded. Order fur niitGX of dibki-tiox must give Tot OfHe, Coun ty and State to which the paper lian hwn and it to l nt. ,.fl 60 .. 1 m ..15 no . (HI llatn of Adverlialnjr. One s.juure, ten liuea Nonpar:!, one inarrti'u,. Fach rontiuuation of anme advertisement,.... ... One square, alx months, One eouare. ter annum Liberal discounts will be made to those who advertise lib erailv. "11b on person to l-eoome randidatea will be insert-d at other advertinients. to l raid tor Invariab...

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. — 14 August 1867

BEOWHLOW 4 HAWS, PuMidian. Forever float that standard shoet, Wber. breathe, the to but ta J0 U" With Fnwtan'i .oil Sro'er us. And Freedom, banner gaming o us- Knoxville, Tenn., August 14, 1867. Gigantic Mar Lost. , t Tie i:eb(!-Conrvative rrtT rode Krelr.ef fori to carry Tonaos.e- than ejer 7 ,ny political rrt,vll 6t.U befor,. th Tt wpapr to our one, they flooded the ej.tir- State with falsehoods nut foul and damning. ita iie whole rwer and patronage of 'the Federal admin istration at their fwrvrc, bribery nd corruption was the order of the day. Liquor-ehopa were char tered and men were drenched into the support of the cuse ot treason, and rebellion. . Speak en were imported who lied like the vary devil. Never wero such effort made in any State, by any party, to lead the people astray. ButJl to no purpose, the poopla uaderelood thoao secret advocates of a Southern Confederacy, and resolved to crash out tboir new scheme of disunion. ; Manurd nsd Eineriase. Ktbcridge alleged that he ...

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. — 14 August 1867

Knoxville, Tertn., August 14, 1867. Cajtt. Bkooxs, Paymaster f.th SUle Guards, left bere last week to psy off the Militia. Thb member and friendi of Use Episcopal Meth odist Church in Knoxrille hare determined to erect a new Church building on Church street, between Qnj and IMnce. A little eon of Mr. Wm. McCampbell was te verelj injured last week bj being caught between two cog- boelg in Scolt'i mill, OfK enterprising fellow-citizen, L. C. Hoes, is erecting a splendid brick dwelling home on the cor ner of Church and Henley ftrecU. A n interesting religious meeting has bocn pro growing during the last week at the Methodist Episcopal Church, conducted by Rer. J. B. Ford. Tni earth is being remoyed preparatory to the erection of two brick buiiding, on the west side f Market Square. Isaac Batlkss, Esq., an old and prominent citi zen of Union county, died at bis residence in that county on Tuesday of last week.' - Geo roe Etaxb, of Union county, formerly a sol dier of the 1st Tennejsee I...

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. — 14 August 1867

M9 KnoxviSIc, Tnn., August 14, 1867. The Election in Nashillie. Th. :lecUon in NlvilJe Is thin dusenhod by the oTre?yKiiidfiit of the ew York Herald: of in insnviwe lorrro was a c"" - ,. , , business, and reoplo kept their houses; w BM?, street, except in tb imiriM vicinit Ihepoiu, were tlnwt m deft-rtci '.and quiot nt "y;w y5nK concealed wm ; ".g the de- len were ri'reh( nJHl, ' 'J. 'tun once Even tic etratecv of voting morewn a eenerai tu-' f,, e Tefts were to carry ored men mocratic strategy the disfranchised were, ruimnr . ' m i'Jj !v . rLd order due to martial effect, for i ft b or wai Uui F 1 . ,ha military most unob- aD, Oen. Duncan m ""Jurymen were picket! in trusively. A w deUchinent cf infantry hud rear of the Wto and a horseman quietly .lacked armi i" r distance . otherwise the watched PgkS otjt of eight. m'?rt future of the election was, of course, w rrise of the franchise for the first time in an y ,. -be AfriCan race or toe boutn. U wouw r hlen a curious s-cne anywhere...

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 August 1867

11 l R i J .1 UJU 1 n J Q VOLUME IV. KNOXVILLE, TEM., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21, 18G7. She gUoxtnllc Wiia, ia rcuaD WtKILT , . .By. BB0WNL07 fc HAWS. " f. Term r Knlrtcrfptloa. 'MC 1 EAR, payable Invariably In advance 12 tO N. subscription will te received for a fe riol th S;x K-nittnce. can be made through the Poet OBoe, at tb rink rf th PnhlUhM . i . - - . . .. . i . . i fnr Int aminnf f . . w A A Orure for chahqx of bikcctiok innit give Fost Office, Coun ty and lUt to which the paper has been and is to be ent. .Rate of Alvrtlior. square, ton 11dm Nonpar?!, one Insertion,. . 60 Kara continuation of unit advertisement, 1 (pO One square, iix months, - ......15 00 One square, per annum 2 (X) l.iWal discounts will be made to thosa who adverti lib erallv. falls on persons to become candidate will be Inserted a other advertisements, to be paid for invariably is advance. All advertta-mente ca which t'ae number of insertions ie not marked, will Republished tili Whib, and charged accordingly. A...

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 August 1867

BROWKLOW & HAWS, Pulli8Ws. Forwcr float that rtaodard sheet, Where breathe, the foe but Wta Nfore u, With Freedon'1 toil beneath our leet. And Freedoms banner .tremin0M. Knoxville, Tenn., AvJ, 867. A Card from eorernor Eroiralow. KKoxmi-X, Acgurt 13, 1867. 5P. the Editor, cf thi ChrwU : . The f pringflold (Mn-.) the 10th iniUnt, thus intrJu the .abject our late eleo '"a Mter from Nathalie, Tenn., state that Got nrnor Brownlow promised, beforw election, tbt if bis rarty succeeded auflrage should be extended to all the vhit men of the .State. . The Conservatives will now ak him to call the xld Legislature to cclber, a tby can change the law at once, -while it would'take fix. yean to carry through an amend ment to the constitution. If Brownlow rofiwa to fulfil b' promiee, there will be aa agitation at once for a convention to pass a new constitution. I made no euch ridiculous promise, either' pri vately or publicly, in writing, or by speaking, and for the all-sufficient reason that...

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 August 1867

"wir-inwni1 wiiimjgw j wut' i ,a. Knoxville, Term., August 21, 1 867. A ETBl Twaltlwrnake, BissiirSrg tight feot in lecgtli w:i ten IccIm in circumference, wag killed near Alhc&j a few day Ago. , im JL braxck cf t be ix&RCTil mi Chaltanoog. Kfcilroad, ii biaj consiracUd to Juper, Harion county. alout Ihirtean miles from Bridgeport J. 31. CRAwroRD wgg committed to jil lust week for itealing a horse from Mr. Breck, in. the neigh borhood of Concord. ? He a pursued by a party of citizen! and overtaken near Tost Oak Spring. Militia Cocbt Martial. A priTalo of CapL Evane' company is now being tried before the Mi litia Court Martial at the Capitol, for hou?e-break-irg at John son ville. Ixstkuctiok ih Music Those in want of in ftruction on tbe Piano are informed that Mrs Wick's Fall and Winter Session will commence on Monday September 2d. Terms $25 per session of wnly weeks. StRiacs AcciD5T. !TLe Bristol Acjjj . learns that Col. Geo. R. McClelland, who commanded one cf tbe East Ten...

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 August 1867

Site poxEtllc AVhig. Knoxvi!!e, Tenn., August 21, 1867. The Fusion or Religions Ideas. This seems to be the ao of religious fu fcions. Sixty years ago Napoleon, when he got among the Turk?, professed hitneelf a good Mussulman, .juoted the Koran, and proclaimed himself the Man of Destiny. But he never really gained anything by it, and historians like Alinon, in tho hintory ol Eurnno nr.,. msnr other, made a great habitual insin- ulmoL was ti !rr.roinau, "I'.HUIV VI II, 1-lu.v Ui cerity on the moet solemn BUOjecu. iu the. Sultan, in his reeent rch d!? at Guildhall, London, has astonished the world bvhb liberality- H Toth the t fluency m Arawc;, -..u ot oi.lr interpreted Ly a secretary, or rnau but printed, and copies of it frtV ririMilated.-to the great admiration ol the assembled crowd. He seemed to have 1. a behind him all the peculiarities of tho Modem faith, and to have brought out only - some of those great principles of universal religion that belong 10 an kingdoms and nations o...

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