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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownlow's Knoxville Whig. — 2 October 1867

! 1 ? St ' V BROWNLOW'S KNOXVILLE WHIG, VOLUME IV. KNOXVILLE, TEM., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1867. Boston Journal NUMBER 34. She UttmiIU 3Vliig, By IB rClUKBKD WEBKLT BEOWNLOW & HAWS. TrriiM or NnlxM-rlptlon. NK VKAU. fumble Invariably 1n advance SIX MONTHS, " - No miln-nptioii will be rr-ci-ived for a lma tut!...! .f2 (X) 1 (10 than Sit M'Oi he. li- niitari-.- can be mad through (he Tot Office, at the rink f :'. I'liMieli.Ts, wlin tha receipt of the rohtmaeter in taken i,.r i ie ainmni it-re. aror'd. r.. r f r niANM of wkKmos Must give Pout Office, Oun ty a 1 Sute to which the paior haa Imo and l to be afrit. Katcw or AdTertlnlnff. "nc s.iuar.-, tin lino Nonpareil, on Insertion, 51 oO Kai b continuation of am advertisement 1 00 i'n square, six months, -.15 00 oiih i..ji.rc,, p.r annum "0 I.I'xTal discount will l mad to th who advertise lib i iiiy. i ..lis on persons to bocum candidate will bo iu.ert-d a t r advf-riioi-tnciita, to le paid for invariably in advance. All '!vTtl.u'iit...

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. — 2 October 1867

She guDxyiUc ?$ltig- BEOWKLOW & HAVE, Pablishers. Forever float that d-buffl fere Where bwlh the fo but to" With Fron,'.. SiKVMm And Fre-dow bvnt s A Card. find remarkable epeech re Mk. JtBC gftid to tftye ciiveroj jn rr TonLcA b7 lbo Swretary of sule- 1 rC erusod it twice, and I have come to the con ku?ortbt nn3' moet considerate friendi ave lbat is to ray, the object of the speech was an attack upon nje. I propose briefly to notice two or three print in this unkind and ungenerous attack. Speaking Ike appointment of Northern men to office, Mr. Fletcher iay : We have put them on the bench and made them Attorney! General. Some of them are very ihrewd in the pursuit of office. One of them, eome time since, from about Columbia, obtained a comrr ission of Chancellor before there wag any vacancy, long before he was eligible, and a life time before he had any fitness for the office. The ind'vidual alluded to is J. J. Noah, of Colum bia. To the best of my recollection and bdief, Mr. Fl...

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. — 2 October 1867

She uosviUc 9 big Knoxville, Tenn., October 2, 1867. For Sale. A small Fire Proof Safe, in go.-d order. Apply at thi office. Wasted. At thus office, the address of the hairs of Mark Gugenbein, dacMiad, vho mored to Ten nessee several years ago. Col. Wh. C. I'ickexs, lata of the 3d Tennessee Cavalry, hai been Appointed Minister to Constanti nople by President Johnson. Thos. Lockitt, and a colored man whoso name vre have forgotten, were arraigned before Justices .Morrow and Alley on Monday, charged with being acromplicee of Snith, of hom we gave an account ft week, in the robbery of the store of "Warters & Bron but failing to make the necessary proof, they were disebard. Thk old brick building on the corner of Gay and Cumberland streets, known as the Coffin's Corner, belonging to the Park's estate, sold at public sale yesterday for $3,050. Tho framo building occupied by Shropshire, front ing 27 feet on Gay street, adjoining the abore prop erty, sold for $160 per foot. Jirn L. Kikq...

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. — 2 October 1867

She gUoxviUc nlMug. Knoxviile, Tcnn., October 2jZl Brcaa Upon tl;c Vi'aters. A youth in Et T-r, nwc, has iv."?it A.-adnmv at W.si. 1W. When thearrngmentf lnr departure from bomo w.tp 0S, co&'.uig mother, it was fiiw'eu'u " ffi ,.jont, with s.ie bad been able to K-t UP,W"V' nen -'f tfce lie strictest economy, to defray U' B(.:ghtwr tr.p. It wi somehow cert"'n,,?:r$ jn tpeeio, Em! a nile or two distant hud tnB , reT.mal appeal lb tnolbflr det.-rrair.eJ to "h,, c(,nc!iideJ that for it, iind mccppdeJ. It s g feW hundred miles, the oulh, by traveling on I" "JIsving bravo beHrt could make his way thw'.nj he umVrtook ft and ped away. Tho Ti.ir.y years bd jVing years bad dr.g. lute wa,' came up. tjonffl fcnd finally the war K.,d tb.-i.' terrible d ducted himself well, bHd endovl. Our c - rroraoted in the array of -nrl in daytime bad """I Legal Advertisements INSOLVENT notice. miil-3 INSOLVENCY OP THE ESTATE b prrscribed by U-. with th. ?frk of ins Connty Court f Mnjroe ceunty, on or bef...

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. — 9 October 1867

OOAMTMTi AW90 .MAT1T TT TT71 ;'.MrrrirTrvr. mm w m jjy w k3 mwm v i ill hl rp i u, .-.- - - - MW gw. . iJ ifc as eaaassa. as VOLUME IV. DfOXVILLE, TEM, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1867. NUMBER 35. Site lyuoninc Iiig, By it rciusaaa fiinr BROWNLOW & HAWS. Terms of ftaWcrlitifon. 'N8 YKAR, payable. Inrarieuiy in sdrance,... ..12 (Ml MX MONTHS, 1 (hi Xn sul-.rnptlnn will lie received ror a less period than Six Month". Kmittanre fan be mado tbronRh lie To't Office, at th risk rf tin? Publishers, bn the receipt of the Fntmeter U taken for the amount forwarded. Orders for chanos of r.macTiox must rWe Pout OfEce. Ca tj end Mute to which the paper has beon ana if to be sent. Kale of Adfrrlinins. 0u square, ten line Nonpareil, one insertion,. ....H " l.erh continuation of same advertisement, 1 W on? square, six months, ...IS W one square, per aunttm, W Libera! discounts will be mad to those who advertise lib-ri.lir- Oils on persons to become candidatee will b inverted as ol'i- r advertisements...

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. — 9 October 1867

ii ... f h r I 1 She SoxiH ?Irig. BEOWNLOW ft HAVS, Patli&er.. Forever float that standard ibeet, Where brealLe the tot but fall lf re With Freedom-! noil beneath our . . And Freedom ! banner gtreanng "7 " n,hpr 9. 1367. Knoxvilie, lenn., IXA161BAL ADDRESS. What idl - undignified appro- riate or i!M'n-e,Y 1' MIK;U1" or its Icnh or Drevuj , are u mu. mv Utb of taf-tc on the part of those ho hear documents 01 iQis iiinu, ana arc ubuanj" passed upon in accordance with the likes or dislikes of the confirmed parti znn Therefore, in the brief Addrcns which I j.roposo to deliver on thin occasion, I in tend to be governed by my own convictiona of what is proper, and by the feeble condi tion of my health. In a document of a dif ferent character, which I expect aoon to lay before vou, 1 f-ha'l confine myself to a brief review of the principal interest; of the Stato, and direct your attention to Mich recom mendations us their needs have HUggcritod. (Jratcful to the people of Tennessee for ...

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. — 9 October 1867

Knoxville, Tenn., October 9, 1867. For Sale. A .mall Fire Froof Safa, in good order. Apply at thu o'Ece. No buiinoei of importance wa transacted by the Quarterly County Court on Monday. ArroiSTMKST. Dr. D. T. Boynton hat received tbe appointment of Adjutant General of Tennes se, vice Gen. James P. Brownlow, who now hold a position ai Captain ia the regular army. Exr-8K or thx Militia.. The expense of the State Guard, authorised by the last Logklature, end called out t-y tne Governor, up to the first inst., we learn, amounts to $93,832 36. Fuel. Af a rna'.tr of economy, we would ad vi(.e cur citiaeru to procure grates or stores for their houses, and all prepare to burn coal. At the pres ent prices of coal and wood, the former la fifty per rent, cheaper than the latter, which is certainly an item worthy of notice. "We presume that snder the arrangements alroaJy made, and that are being xuAo, there will be .10 scarcity of the article in our city during the winter, therefore we believe ...

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. — 9 October 1867

0 1 , f 1 f . "I I t 1 i S ; 1 ) . i.iifaLrffiiw-i uttt- - .j i fcBJSlX.JiW-!m n- " In iTirU?WtjsUL ii .m - Site guoxsUU tug Knoxviile, Term., October 9, 1887. The Corpse or Maximilian. Mexico, in the correponde&ce between iu .oVl rnmoJit md th rtproenUtiyes of the family or Maximilian, tag Ukon ground which i tartainiy cnufual, and. hastily considered, would rreT u; u?tif.abie. It fcf.. refused t center -; - S . 1 ... in thU day, trouble Ihoraselv wilb tha Jw', lath the remain of those offender! they Puw nd it Tha corpse it bfjond their of the matters little who werp beiiue.t&e ex,,ep rebel t tke leader. Yrt iomrt."-t f6 tiona are rnnue. uur -' R b tt, b;i train fused to give the Uxly V'""" of rebel Gen- j r for interment, and mililrJ' ibited throughout i ertila slain in the war "eT V cjj tbequica too j the South. It wu W ht forgotten ia j plcndid rrcret for t,"'n.1,.t the burial of the I anger with the t layer. tb resurrection of hia nt reasenn from Jt ?XiCO'Z i different ...

Publication Title: Brownlow's Knoxville Whig
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownlow's Knoxville Whig. — 16 October 1867

!) i ! 0iw W i! lw W -p ; M WA v 1 JJjJljj W MI ti0 I. ... VOLUME IV. KXOXVILLB, TENS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1867. 5lic 'unxviin W&ig, II PtmusaiD WMCIT By DHOWNLOW & HAWS. Tfrmi f SntMK-rlption. n W.AK. payable Invariably ia advance fg 00 MX?!OSIlli, 100 So subscription will be received for a Inu period Mian Six Mmthi. r -mi'tance can be made through tb Fot Office, at the risk rf the Publishers, when the receipt ef th Postmaster li taken for the amount forwarded. Or.tcrs for chaoi cf DiaKmon mnst give Poat OflBoj-, Coan I, -ia Mate to which the paper baa been and is to be eent. Rate or Advertising. cine square, ten tinea Nonpareil, one Insertion f M F.rh continuation of tame adTertiarment, 1 00 oar .uarc, aix montha, 15 W nn square, per annnra,... W W) Liberal discount will be made to thoao who advertise lib- 'rail on wraona to l-erome eaudidate will be inserted at ,1',,-r advertisement, to be paid for invariably in advance. All advertisements on which the number of Insert...

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. — 16 October 1867

ft iSuoxvilic TOg. BEO'WKLO'W & HAWS, Publishers. Forever float that standard sheet, wk.. wiIim tha fo but . Yitb Freedom . .oil ing ocr us. And Freedom'! tanner f-r Jitcrn Elections. Wd in Ob. Pennsylvania and Election. ?ni in each But an active l0W going on for some time past In canvaw B tion was for a Supreme Judge, renn?J J.irJ of the State Senate and tbe whole "d ver House, together with county officers, result, "ur M we &re aLle 10 learn befre loInc to Prc88' ia tbat GoorS Sharawuoft, of Fhila f "lohia, the Democratic candidate, was elected Su preme Judge by about three thousand majority. A majority of the members of the Legislature are also Democratic, but what majority we are unablo to f-sy In Ohio a Governor was elected, and also a por tion of the Legislature. The candidates for Gover nor were Judge Thurman and Gen. R. B. Hayes, a gallant soldier of the liale war. General Hayei' majority is about three thousand, which is a heavy lots on tbe elections held for Congre...

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. — 16 October 1867

5!u Xu0XvUU Knoxville, Tenn., October 16, 1867. Chakcirt Coubt ie in lessiott alSeyierYille thu Tktks Kkci, once a citizea of th'u place, wm fbt and iUled by hu brother-in-law a few dayi eincB, ic the Slate of Georgia. Tbjc daily average number of bcevec and cheep daughtered by the Knoxville butcherg, ia fifteen of the former and twenty of the latter. Tbk rebel General, Sterling Frice, died at St. Louis, Missouri, on the 23th of September, of a dis pute contracted while a soldier in the Mexican -r. Tkxas Cattlk. A fine drove of cattle arrived here last week, which is being taken to the Eastern markets. They were taken to the old Churchw.ll pluce to graze and reet a few days. Biiic Ball Touru auikt. A grand Base Bail Tournament is announced to come off at this place on the 5th day of November, to which all the Clube in the State are invited. 1'EKhONAL. $100 reward is offered by Thomas G. Boyd & Or, of Sweetwater, Tenuoseee, to any one who can point out the nearest of kin to Eliza...

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. — 16 October 1867

Irom. th New York Tribune. dent's Party. She nosuiUc nVlug. Knoxville, Tenn., October 16, lj67. vnnlnn tfcp Kofond. In 1840, by permission of the Brit. ah Government and on solicitation oi Louis Pbillippe, suggested by 3L Tb or , Ibo mortal remains of the first fo were transferrod from the roy-T" of St. Helena to a French frigate. La Taule, commanded by the "?;c lSi0 Villo. A Tveeic before rcmark. theso remains were deposueu. thc able funeral pomp in nj thus, IIotl des Invalided n i q frreat csjie'8 nearly twenty years a conveyed v.a..u, .iw-nineni, vui.u -"s 0f i! wbom I have loved so well." cVCT!nrei-ns in France under Trr "Wleon the Third," and Home have wondered, or affected to vron bcingonly the second of his farm In the throne of France, he calls him- in the testamentary " Francc. "It is my land has also givu osc on lll0 wish that my - ho Jmidst of tho hunks oi i Lou.8 jeon the Third," and Home the title p1 f ndered. or affected to won- rinu ' v" ' - - irri(jiJ3 dcr, w v'.YPr ...

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. — 23 October 1867

BROWNLO W'S KNOIVILLE : WHIG, VOLUME IV. OOXVILLE, TEM, WEDNESDAY, ' OCTOBER 23,1867; mirtiser Che uoxtuIU lug; Thc mrMt p-s-Bonds By U rOBUIK WEIKLT BHOWNLOW & HAWS. TfrnM of KnrxHTlpflon. OFFICIAL REPORT OK L. ! CLAEK, CHIEK OF THE TBINTINO BUREAU, TO TIIE SECRETARY OF TIIE TREASURY. ONK YEAR, payable inrartably In adrance U 0 SIX MONTHS, 1 on No eubscrij tiou will lie rcceired for a le.s fcrioil tban Six ajouiiii Remittance iao be made t hrouk-b tbe Toef Office, at the rUk pf tin I'uMisliers, when till rueirt of the 1'oetn.iai.Ler ia Icn for th amount forwarded. Orders fi.r chakok of DistfTioN must gire Tost 0 flier. Coun ty and Mate to which the pajier La. been aud ia to be Lt. naff or AdVPrtJnlnjr. uo .jar, tn liueg Nonpareil, one Jnrrtl"ii, ..tl M Kach continuation of unu adrertisoinent 1 due sonare, six months, la One square, per annum - 00 Lihorel discount.' will b wade to those who advertise lib erally. Call on person to become candidal: will be inserted ai ether advert...

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. — 23 October 1867

gi' '-w- She gftwiriUc SMig. BROWNLOW & HAWS, Publishers. of the Republican party. noj will r.ot of cours. b the B?Win ndi any bow evidence ui . . Wo do not lorgev date lOf IDC irr L.Cil. fnrniiih Rut the in'"" " denceof Grant'- unsoundness. For-v r float that standard s b us Ubere t.roatces tno o - reet, With Freedom's toil ,ene mirg o'er u. And Freedom's banner llL Knoxville, Tenn., October 23, 1867. was : An Infanions Lie t a . wrtPhed from this city, to tbe Cin SofflebodtelP tth6lteCapU.IB mliMB cinnati Cbmw murJered 4l EviHe pemore w o wa(( ;DsUgator of th, because of n I h moj.e ,nf8moug faiSGhood was lb. "Father of Lies." revcruit."- w..-. tv,a ..Wiion. . .-.td lv some asEass ins cf the Conserva- Ir" . ..a v,; orr.tr intelligent man in East tiV I''1! O '.... knows to be tbe case who knows anything .rk- f.. w. and the wretch vho knows nothing of the ftrte bd no r'bt to lhe rpon8lbillty r .i ,; riot upon an innocent man who was muraerea , i V,. Radical. From different un-""...

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. — 23 October 1867

I Knoxviile, Tenn.. October 23, 1867. Thi work on the new Soulhrn Methodist Church, on Church street, was commenced on Mon day. ;1Iirkiex?. On Thurdj, October 17th, at the retsidenee of the bridt father, Harlem, N. T., by Be?. J- C. JJcKnown, Mr. Tilqhmav Haw r, of the f.rm of Brownlow & Haws, to Xliti Fisme, eldest daughter of Dr. II. E. Schooninaker. Death or Fohmir Citizess or Kkoxtille. "We regret to learn that James IV. Campbell and wife, and Mr J. TF. Bridges and wife, formerly cit izens of Enoirille, all died of yellow feTer reccnt- lr, at Mill.can, leias. Mr. arid Mrs. Bridges left four children, it is said, in a destitute condition. More Lisar Wasted. Asylum street should tare more gas lights. Whoerer is responsible thoM sea to it that improvement in this quarter is rr.tie. Thore is as much passing along Asylum street as almost any portion of town. The good people residing in that locality want more light, snd th?y ought to have it. Tee Si. John's (Episcopal) Church 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. — 23 October 1867

-II II HSS DIIWWW 1 ! She guaxviUc Knoxville, Tcnn., October 23, 1867. A Parable for Business Men. TUE EH KIT OK mrSTEBS INK- There was or.co upon a linn' h mnn wmt j ttore r.d 'old poods wiKlfa!c fid r-t- , And tnelHncholv, tcrau?e -titomr were - ) Winet, hard. iJm feusfctwn j And be taid, Le! I aw ruind, a.i.l i ; is di?agrw able. . . Le0HuM! it is And try ruin u more pou-iil to dj,lly lie. slow in pmsr?, even m , ter b(ii.th, come hollar in the pt where'" 1 . h ut bis ,oui ; until the cruflaoeoiis creatu-s in anguish. , jok-ly than to en- . Lo! It Mter t bo raintJ dure this slow torture. ana 1 win mji.i mr k-c li.'Jl of : perilous or r.k',n in the P'Kr ijimu uvuu irini end ....... .uhv ' l i c . .... v rrint,th newspaper; my f " . i. j r banks, curing ilhj unruuues ui wrap iiijhmi in my tlnvs in the '. . " -nHinr mv Mrrner.U. I A S'Tr-e howling of Homo shall be as dulcet j rounds ofduU-imm, and they who blow the Hut ! "d jntn;merits of music, comparpfl to dm, I will ; tV.i-A in t...

Publication Title: Brownlow's Knoxville Whig
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownlow's Knoxville Whig. — 30 October 1867

! y i ' - ' ' . - - - - . i TDH) Am7TTT flWjm T"vTp W"V 7"Trrrf 1T X Jjjil 1 i iM W M'TOl jiiLjiUJlj , .M... MM J . ,. . M 1 , ' HI ... M, - , - III ' M ' "" " ; ' ' 1 1 . , "' mi , i - X ; t f , j !j -i i- V U VOLUME IV. MOXVILLE, TEM, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30i 1867. She ,umuHc TOn, If rcaucBis tlHU f By BBOWNLOW & HAWS. j Terms of Subscription, j ors matt. payaMe Invariably In advance JJ 01 HI MONTHS, i (yj No subscription, will be received for a l.se period than tii Months. Remittance cob b mad through th root Office, it tbe rlak pf tbe Fubliahera, bn the receipt of the Pcstmaater if taken for the amount forwarded. Orders for ri)t cf BinrcTl"K mnst give Poet Office, foun ty and Mat to which tb paper baa been and ii to t eent. Kate of A1rrrlUiag. On qure. ten lint Konpareil, on Insertion,. Facta continuatioa of same advertieement, rno square, aix nioniba,. One square, per ennnm,. ..Jl M . I no ..is w ..28 00 Liberal discount will b mads to thoee who advertise lib erally. 4'all en...

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 October 1867

mM'w,'jj.'., awBiwitimiuty3'SiSi8!-''gf flSPJJ3B,3flP'" ir anar re pis if ? jnpanpa ww arr 5ltf G- BEOTsKLOW & HAWS, PuUishm. Forever flout that standard fhoet Where breathe, the foe but fall TVith Freedom-, toil nc." 'er us. And Freedom Mincer .w - Knoxville, Tenn., October 30, 1367. Glorious Kadlcal Triumph I ! L J fSSESi ism! N , f 1 W1Al5f7 :1 v v7 i t Tie F.cpubHcnc Union party of .Virginia Lave achieved a triumph far eclipsing in the magnitude of iU results the partial tucccte of tho Conserva tiTfc. in t"ino of the Northern States. The "Old Dominion" record, her verdict in favor of loyal re construction on the term, prescribed by CoDgres. A more exciting contest has never been held in the State. We have never expressed an opinion a. to the mult, because w. feared the copperhead. might be successful. Of the entire pres. of Virgi nia, there were not more than half a dozen support ing the Radical ticket, and these were but recently established and Lad but few subscribors. The...

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 October 1867

n She puosviUc $Iug Knoxville, Term., October 30, 1867. J. iit Dailt riTEJL-The EnoxtilU Herald is tl title of a new daily paper wfcich mde iu p- poamnce here on yasterdny morning, pu.bli.hed by IUmare & Union. Co., of the ChitUnocga American The teachers of the Hampden Sydney Academy tare rented the frame building adjoining the Tranklin House, where they hare opened a Gram mnr School. The room at the Academy was loo email to accommodate the students in attendance. and they have resorted to this to make room for all Their school is well attonded. Psmokal. Oa yesterday we had the pleasure of mseusf la our editorial sanctum Lieutenant B. F, "i"'1! vi zujj!ueu counvy. i,ieui. is. was one ef the most efficient and gallant officers of the 9th Tennessee Cayalry, and we are glad to see him in god health and spirits. He is now Belling goods at Fincastle. He has boen purchasing of that solid arm, O wan, ifcCIuog & Co, of this city, who sell goods as cheap as they can be purchased in ...

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. — 30 October 1867

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