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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownlow's Knoxville Whig. — 6 November 1867

0 D !1 I M M BiOWNLOW'S iCl Oil H J ( ! Advertiser f I J 1 i J Advertiser VOLUME IV. KtfOXVILLE, TEJJK, WEDNESDAY, iYOVEMBM 6, 1867. to that the ST! ft t ST? t 44 tt Y f 3i.t f I ! secure the tiling nf Um numerf.tion. W l V VHMAVUH W H . ! necessary rwmlts may be forwarded to this effice, u rcausaiB wzei.lv By BltOWNLOW & IIAWS. Terms r Nnbaerlfttlon. NE TEAR, psynbL inTarieblv In ad ranre MONTHS, " .. ' 1 TO In period than Sm No subscription will be received for Month. Kemlttanees cn b. made tlirouch the Tot Office, at the rink ef th. Pobllsber., whsn the receipt of the rliniiln ie taken for the amount forwarded. Order for rHAi of diecuon uiii.t Rive Tost Office, Coun ty aad Stat to which the pap. baa been and is to be ent. Rates or AdTrrtlninff. ne square, ten line Kocpareil, one Insertion, tl 60 Each continuation of aame advertisement, 1 W ftne square, aix months, 15 00 -, square, per annum, 29 00 Liberal discount, will be made to (hoe who advertise lib rally. Call en persons...

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 November 1867

WH"5W'el5s9 She fgnexitUU kWi$. BROWNLOW & HAWS, Publishers. i Forever float that MTM. fft tsfere us, Where breathes the fJ our fecl) With Freedom'. s'' ten reaming o'er us. And Frwdora i t'"ger Knoxville, Tern., November 6, 1867. olB PLATFORM. J our institutions ,'pcaii tirs ant f Unrk ' ,tof men of any complexion; Ivilile men, l m j . i tCS of God tie Ten Commandments and ... 1. , t 4l, i ,,r7's Prove? let tnem spcau j inc Horace JIaynard. tne Ptopk The Tress or Knoxville. Tho extent to which the newppaper press is bus i Hired is regarded aa good standard by which to estimate the prosperity and intclligor.ee of a com munity. Judged by this standard, Knoxvillo is a iiioM. r-roFPcrous and intelligent little city. Here i hac two Baily journals, the Free Frets and Herald, --.i t ,..nviinq Whiu and Messcnner. in the newspaper line in number, if not quality, (mod cttv forbids our f peaking of tbo latter,) Knoxville purparts any city of equal population in the entire South. We will a...

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 November 1867

lie g0xiHe ?:m$ Knoxville, Tenn., November 6, 1867. Thi masonry of the new SI. E. Church has been completed. The iron on the Enezrilla and Charleston Rail , road is being put down as far as the rirer. The President has appointed the 28th day of the prwcni monin as a flay of National Tha nkggiving isroiignouuM uniie-i States. A Youko girl connected with Robinson's Circus, while performing feats of horsemanship at Cleve land, lail week, foil and broke her neck. a wen tnown former citizen of JknoxTiile, died of yellow fever, at New Orleans, a few dsyg ago. Da. Mykatt, our Eeprenentativa in the LerilA lure, was in town Friday and Saturday of last week, leaving on Sunday for Nashville. Tolk Cores was shot at Shell Mound, by Tho mas Stewart, one day last week, and instantly killed. For the Penitentiarx Capt. Bearden Hfton Sunday, in charge of thirteen prisoners for the Stale Penitentiary, the result of the late Supreme and Circuit Courts at this place. Crime has become too common among up...

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 November 1867

i ii. mi in ... . , - ; Knoxville, Term., November 6, 1867. The King of the Cradle. HT i . i. Draw bek tlie cradle-curtain. Kate. W htlet watch tod wsrd your'e kT'n' Let's e the monarch lie In . And view him whilst be l ler' Be smiles and cla.ps bii tiny nana, A I sunbeams in romt H riming , A world of bety-fairy land llMlnli while he's dr-auilD.- Mmarch or.iljlJ" Krv In nest so coey. icugh Sli.lded from breath ol 8v curt-Ins warm ' c-H. Ill slumbers "unli,y,i1 A. we.k a. df floid of Bell, Tliongh Kidk ,I,t,h',hl lei'"'- Al. U . , k.nV lot ! k, tyrani ' -.i,. Fair hr.,d bn cot. And hufc to smooth 0 D'at Vhl,,fcr, w""o Its rainpled, II T'1'" row.eTM fresh and aaeet, Jimi'!"J haul r nd . t, .nn.l. r .aiaty .. no"'"1" ,tid i1,'tr I r tlP sabre, lc-d lnd t- ..lure and to slaughter ? tid. ' ' ,k. wil1 tu0c Llu ees In balypiJou, "peepers," j r In liic Uodh of Common rise. And strive to ceUh the !rpaer's ? Though ivy, dimpled, plump a-iJ ruuud, Tuonan fiacile, soft aud t.ndir, f omrtnuM, a...

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. — 13 November 1867

Ill 'Dp AlfMf'iRiW IliTnwrfir it in VOLUME IV. OOXVILLE, TEM., WEDNESDAY; iVOVEMBER 13, 1867. ; - 1 - . Boston Journal is rcausai wiiixt By BUO'WNLO'W & HAWS. Trrma r MntmeriiMlan. ".r. I EAR. payable. Invariably In advance . IX MONTHS, " .. v.. iiiIk ription will be received for tea pel -i4 i hi-. risk a Keruittano. can b made through tha To.t Offlce. at (he rl. of IJ.. Fubll.l.-rs, when, the receipt of the Fo.tmaVter is t.k for the amount forwarded. md-r for cbako-. of tinr.cTio( roust giv Pot Office Conn t, anl State to which th. paper h.. Leu ,nd i. t. b .'niT i lUtwi of AdrrrtUln-. ii. 'J'i. ! line i Kcupareil, on insertion, t.ioh continuation of Mm advertisement 'n square, eix mouth,. ..' " Crie square, per annum L.M'1-I .sllT. Slls ..fl S .. 1 oo ..IS 00 oo r.l discount, win u mad, to'Vh'o. Vh',".'4T;ir, lib. .l",n,.lo.fc,OIB Bdidate. will r In-le4 dvnnre. Insertions U cot Advertisement, .in iI,:i"i"""",P-ar,'ro,BlT - v vuuiiuriwu uut wnw nil ill ldU mnt,' t0 b" '",d ,or ...

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 November 1867

i I - '. r r f ' 1 t I. si - ; .tt i .!'! I ) V - 1 ! a if 5 I ' ' . i -' i J I : 35 IW inns," "" Msj!g"'gBtWBVWW wt, "slftiewiii,i.a"i "5 swwep BEOWSLOW & HAWS, Publish.rs. Forever Boat that standard sheeV, fl ugf Where breathes the ft b"1 With Freedom soil wuc ' in: o'er uf . And Freedom's banner Knoxvi immigration. 603 imtrngranis, cuibuj During IDc F"1" . Cincinnati for the purpose ... . - . - iio. . an B F L it 1 b.- 7"76 lowing States: Missouri, 118 Tennessee. , 74 6i Wisconsin, 72; lenn lllin0lPJ 1 CO- Kentucky, 57; Iowa, 47. f?! In2rifcoa ttat all of these immigrants cents per aero. luiox couui , - ... - .. ...... t omrsfffl val- ville as its county Bcauu-'"-lf . nation of 811 62, and " which is situated the town - valuation of 51-' .kC iw. DTtLc valuation of all taxable property of ftf State, tho average value of lands, and ., av'fnr ascrioaof vears. In lbdb value of property of the State was 117,- Lit 483 136; the average value oi lanu was iuur dollars per acre; the St...

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 November 1867

Knoxviile, Tenn., Nbcmber 13, 1867. Ma. S. T. Atkik is erecting large ard commo dious tavern north of the railroad, near where the Humphrey Ilouse once stood. John M. YizvnitQ, editor of the Free rress, is con C nod to his room, where he suffers with a se verely sprained if not fractured ankle. "We are sorrj for jou, John. Murder. A young man, while engaged in gath ering corn near New Market on Thursday evening last, was murdered in a most dastardly manner by some unknown person, who escaped-without detec tion. Tbk Knoxvillo Exchange and Deposit Bank has made arrangements to tarry on a Deposit and Bar ing Bank, in connection with their present busi ness. This is good opportunity for the mechanic and the laboring man to deposit in a safe place his spare earnings, instoad of foolishly squandering them away. Mkssrs. Clabk. & QuAire, late of the firm of urth & Quaife, have, we learn, determined to build a new foundry near the depot of the Knox ul'e and Kentucky railroad. They ar...

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 November 1867

WW!"1! 'J1" -if.' Site .gnoxi'iHc Wliig. Knoxille. Tenn., November 13, 1867. Rober J -Express omce tnicreu aau an Iron Safe Stolen. daring and successful ; been cornmittcd for rear- was perpetrated on Inst Thursday ,r,iiovvn r,f Jackson Tennessee. li J k. 11 M v .----- - - One of tbo most robberies "which h& Shortly after daylight on Thursday morn ing when the ofiicc uas -opened it Yas covered that the safe which naa uw. ted in tho effice of the agent JJ? & It had been ki thero the night bci 01, tafo. Tho agent of the inPcdiatc- toa is Mr. D.V. Clark He d ly sent tor, and the a arm og7nn'Marci 0f lies were at once started ou , of the missing tale, a - madc; the town as the and uDuru nt,rf,A n0nnds. it ,t IffO . . . ' . acvmr.,! nrnhahlo tUtU UJ." . a s baft weighed abous i wrlars had not O -. . aV u - t distance irora. mo conveyed it 10 v -flS found to be cor- office This aarmj & rQm rcct, for m the wp door ha4 bccn the town, ll",-lh powder, and between 000 in greenbacks...

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. — 20 November 1867

TFMT) fWT xmwQ VOLUME IV. KNOXVILLE, TEM, WEDNESDAY,' NOVEMBER 20, 1867. L f!j f - TN Site uoxviUc ?turj, 3y is rvBusato weekly BEOWITLOW & HAWS. Terms of SnbM-rtption. 1E JEJ-V 'rbl lTrUblj In advance t- oo fU MOTil, " (10 No subscription will be received fur a lea period thio Six ImittB-j cau be made through the Pet Office, at the rUk .,f the rubli.hers, when the receipt of the rotmatr la taken for the amount forwarded. Order for cjiinoi of Eiatciios must give Tout Office, Coun t jt aid State to which the paper has Iwn and 1 to be ent. Half f Advertising. One square, ten line Nonpareil, on lnrtlu SI 60 Fach continuation of eame advertisement, I W One a.jiiare, Ix month . 1 K ne square, per annum 2 00 Liberal discount will be made to those who advertise lib ei ally. Calla r-ertuus to become randidatea will be inserted aa ether advertisement, to be raid for lavariahl iu advance. All advertisement od which tha Bomber of insertion ig uot ' marked, will be published till rotEin, an...

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. — 20 November 1867

latsmy n.a.'janteaeg She uoxihUc unuam -'i ' 'i.ui'. m Whig. sraw ya wTZ.. BEOWSLOW & HAWS, Publishers. Forever float tbfct "Jr r8lr Lefere w, Where breathe, the t"oat feet, With Freedom '".reaming o'er vs. And Frcdomi banner- Knoxville. Tenn. November 20, 1867. r. s. s. linn D. 1 i'"i5WU tinman, whose name heads This dii"?"'; ,,rcn for some time the oijoct of this rtK-f. abuse En the penny-a-liners cf .1 - KadlC' .' t: v:. ,.,;nn Kara the Kdl jme ftrid injure his reputation have tempt .j,. this g,.r,tleraan nor bis friends the Fivcnronccrr. It is however a matter of deep re .it villi the returning resson of the country, Fr,t i v the eraud urhenvals ISorth, Tennes- - rd the whole country, thould loee the services f this true anu at'ie Dcnaior, wnote uiuy vi ... " . , r.f this Radical party. is that he has, with V'fl (Laracteristic Lonely and .eal ever kept in view ,nd as the governing motives of his public life, those ;.',. of im-ticc. admiration lor the constitution, i,.,.riiMt...

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. — 20 November 1867

She gnoxvMc m$ - , r ; -- . Knoxville, Tenn., November 20, 1867. Tea fALE. A four-borso power Steam Engine in gooJ running ordar. Apply at this office. Fei'Lkal Covet comuicnccs al this jlco oh Monday nc.t. Us tturJay latt, Sheriff funnel, of Meij;a cviin-lj-, hlu-t a man riamed McKciizie, killing him in tlanlly. The Alh'jns Rr publican, tha organ of tho ltf pub lican party of McMiiin county, is an ardent advo cate f the repeal of the ICth section of ltiefran hm Ibw. Iiaac R Silk, of the Greene ville Vnwn, Las re tired troai the editorial chair, and gone into the ' D)"i.io Tump business. II. 11. Ingcrsoll is for the riescnt conducting tbe ediloriul department of tho 'xH'JOL i ok ORriiAss. Major General Howard, lh Christian gentleman and soMier at the bead of the Freedmen s liureau, has declared his intention (' nitaMiihing a school on .Lookout Mountain for the education of tho orphan children of the .State. A i koka Oil. As an evidence of the superiority ot tlio Aurora Oil, recently...

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. — 20 November 1867

(She gnoxriUc ?$Iurj. "KnoxviMeTTenn., Noember 20, !867- southern Society ana Representative il.cn. "The South must be regenerated by her society." say the lachrymose devu ec s o the 4ost Cause;' a.l bmj -Southern newspaper a ,t- , . i,oIon"9 inflated btyle ofW.dulai.on to ecmi-civilizcJ races, ai llure. cd by people of tfl'ZSZ j. Persons who feel n to lf-assertion, sitionaro the leas i p accompanied by a 3d true worth is Q q tho rcal aUi. modesty bet j. . could bc pro. tudo of SoalhcrB rtpo charactcr of er duced tban i'54' u,,. i ,.., Kru.IAt- Rri :ci,t:. rnd people boasted, nor in i 7 - ,ni- cnlarircd hensu other than as I't'.'lwtiwr a very limited (and that the i..0f useful) " me ooum (an should reiterate the must bc re But what id furnished Buc!i as they -were. If the class, we .ln-ation that .ncialed by her society. society? Does it consist merely of thoso w ho are lifted above the necessity of labor, who demise the honest workingman and the humble frccdman, and still cling to ...

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 November 1867

4 V Ij ! sn 1LM1L J V V A. i LOW'S IMOIVILi 1 J M7TT W Jl 4 j I TT Jl 0 VOLUME IV. knoxville; tenn, Wednesday, November 27, lsgt. 'scr She By 'A' n l V tt it T I S W T i vii, 10 Sulphur Fork, km used during tha whole M H U A i H V IVJUff,' war for the transportation of troop, lumber, wood w ... v' ! timiF tvr tha armT. 1 CIS road j absolutely bcloncs to tbe State, and was m lis pos- : soetjon at the time oi ua eeizu. v.i remotest probability that the State wnl ever U re- i'.i. m!t she has einended in iU vin- IS rCBU?BD WEEKLY I3ROWNLOW & HAWS. Ttnns of SiibHcrlplion. Si; VKVli. pa; able invnrin1.lv in advance... m IX JK'Mlls, ' " .. 1 j , N.. i n.ti.,n will t.c received f.ir a 1m pened than x ' i mh. K- mitum -.- ,;,ri be ui 1" tliiimh 11k- IVt imri., at (ho risk ' i il... I ill lil.ri, hcn (tie receipt of the I'mlmtMT in taken 1 I" nx.'.ii;. I l I nr'!--.l. I . . . , , t'l.lois f.r niA.;r, i. f wrf.'tiosi must cive I'.et Office ('..an rolling stock: irt on the road or sold to 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. — 27 November 1867

BROWELOW 4 HAWS, Publishers. forever float that ilarvdard ib- Where breath, tbo fo but t With rr.edon.-B .oil breath our i , And Freedom', banner streams Knoxville, Tenn., November 27, 1867. REPUBLlCANJpfl TICKET. FOB MAYOR, CAfTAlX M. D. BEARDEN. FOR ALDERMEN, first tpakd: D. G. TERRY, JOHN A. DOBSON. SEUTI WARD : J. F. SPENCE, JOSEPH RICHARDS. THIRD WARD: j. w. hope; H. C. TARWATER. roCRTB ward: G. L. POWELL, CHARLES MORROW. FIFTH WAI: JOSEPH BURT, JOHN FERRITER. On baturflay, tne 4th day 1 January next, an election be held for Mayor and Aldermen of the city of Knoxtille. The Krepublican-Union party of this city have agreed with absolute una nimity upen the ticket at the head of our columns. It is a etroDg ticket and deservedly popular. For Mayer and Aldermen better men could not be te lected. All cur citizen, are familiar with tbo character of Captain Bearden, the cadidate for Mayor. All hi. life he has been a citizen of this county. Ilia private character is and has ever been ir...

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 November 1867

ll J "I & ltc EuosviUc hWvx Knoxville, Tenn., November 27, 1867. For Sale. A four-horse power Steam Engine in good running order. Apply at this office. There is an abundant eupplj of com in this market, 6elling at 00 and 65 cents per bushel. A fine drovo, of about one hundred hugn, passed through town on Monday. We believo they were shipped bouth, on the East Tennessee and Georgia mil rend. The U. !i. Circuit Court convjned here on Jlon flay, Juigo lngg presiding, bctne interesting questions will le up for adjudication at the present term. pire at Chattanooga. A fire occurred at Chattanooga last Sabbath morning, in a large frarue building known as the "Soldier's Home." The building was entirely consumed. It was supposed, lo be the work of an incendiary. Tax ox Coal. A petition was presented to the Legislature a few days sii-. ,rom "ii-iens ci An 6fTf.cn county, praying tbe passage of an act levy ing a tax on all shipped from that county. What an idoii. Ua-f. li all. On to-morrow...

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 November 1867

She ffinoxriUe ::: zzZ- .1 i fn iok? e, Tenn., rcoveiTioer loyl Under fctv Knoxvill iiosih ofa Remarkable Tcnnessccan ... . . i.-ninnnll the above heading me - ..uUMiv- Hie following graplc 1 .. . lotP It. r. 1, im 1 muiuJ tntiuto ' '-r,.rf.,. vf .I u.i:avv '. ; ' l; Ins of .i,c a,.,villcuu..,S"; Eaulst011-6 character inuuwtv-v r-. .. . :..r.n lhr r('-"l FOB SALE EAST T EHH.JAfi D AGENCY. MUNSON & SEYMOUR, Eeal Estate Brokers, Legal Advertisements. KNOXVILLE, TENNn CHANCERY COTJRT-KNOXVILLE. NOTICE TO NON-RESIDENTS. Benjamin Di key vs. Evaline Temple et al. THE DEFENDANT, WM. S. CALLO- X WVY beine a non-resident, as stated in tbe cross-bill in this casa-' It is therefore ordered that publication bo made iU"S?'V,-..i.. woka in Brownlow's Whiz, notifying .aid defendant to appear before the Chancery Court at Knox- TJOW BEING viHe, on the fourth Jionuay oi juuij '' ------ A. . t i t n i .v tn h fTOBs bill, or the 6ime wi!! be taken TTEND TO THE PUKUllA&X,, CALL t ,d set for hear...

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. — 4 December 1867

ii id fm J W ! , PP W :M )( V i 1 h VOLUME IT. KXOXYILLB, TEM, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1867. -ml i H it. Boston Joarn! L She fviioxviHc TOri, By BR0WNL07 & HAWS. Terms or Snbtcrlptlou. .-.o eutsrrtptioii st ill Le received fur Months. Remittance c osU of the State, are Dondine in the highest courts 1 omission which the Lisklura now siltinc tfiAn'M s.f U . 1 . -1 I 1 Jleinn I- I -. -1 1 A . . 1 .... 13 vi wo tuuawy, aaa unui a tuw tuo i umaa ubjio to euppiy. we trust teat not a. fort l oo less period than Six CAD b ma.i ft..-. .....I. . c . ti . . f the Publish..,-. -1...," rl "mce, .1 tue rlf k lor the mmlnt VoVwMjw. U'P '--tmnitT i- t.k.n inM.i"??.?1"1'' ,"""t fuel Office, Coun- and bl.l, to lat h th paper ha. bee,, aud is to b -. ItatfVof AtXvf (i.fi)ir. ne ten hue Nonpareil, one Insertion, iuui.uinii.in ui same advertisement. "'lie equate, six tnouths,. . J'ne e.juare, per annum Liberal discounts will be niado to those wl ...fl 50 ... 1 00 ...15 tl ...J CO ho aitri.rtiM.. 1 it...

Publication Title: Brownlow's Knoxville Whig
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownlow's Knoxville Whig. — 4 December 1867

BBOWSLOW & HAWS, Publisher.. toil Uat iUndard beet, breath,, the fa. buU.lP"' il beceatn w : Forever Where t . s : 1 v nn rreeaom boh - rainc 0er us. a rrUHAm'i hunner stream ' c, 1 mi- -r.n December 4, IS67. MUNlGJPiiELECTION. REPUBLlWJJNIOH TICKET. FOE MAYOE, CAI'TAIK M. D. BEARDEX. FOB ALDERMEN, Tiur wasp: , D. G. TERRY, JOHN A. DOBSON. i:coxd ward: J. F. SPENCE, JOSEPH RICHARDS. THIRD WARD: j. w. norE, II. C. TAR WATER. fOVBTH WARD: G. L. rOW ELL, CHARLES MORROW. rirTH ward: JOSEPH BURT, JOHN FERRITER. mica Leagues. nearly every county in East Tcunes.ee we able and full reports of the doings of this It is, we are ro- kent UP w.tn almost as rauiu a From have rcli -n r,tritic ercanization iy know, kept ' tereet as it was on me evo mo At tho stated meetings the Council Chambers are crowded with the faithful and heroic devotees of Union and Freedom. This is as it should be. The camp fires of liberty should be constantly kept burning. The Leagues 6hould werk with renewed aeal and...

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

Knoxvilie, Tenn., Dcoembcr 4, 1867. Fob Sale. A four-horse power SVft&m Engine in good running order. Apply at thii office. Fifty persons joined the colored M. Church on last Sabbath. E. Zion A protracted religious mooting is progressing at Temperance Hall, conducted by minUters of the 21. E. Church. Tork Packing. The cold weather, for a few days past, has given quite an energy to this busi ness. The ruling prices of nett pork in this market is from 8 to $0 per cwL Mobk Light. "VVe are glad to see gas pipes be ing laid down on Clinch street, between Eenly and Crooked. Lieht is rerv much needed In that miar- L?r. Notice. The District Stewards of Knox villa District will please meet at my house in Knoxvilie n WeJnenlsy, December 2i"th insl., at 19 o clock AM. THOMAS H. PlARKK, P. E. Knoxvill, Tenn, Dec. 2d, 1867. IIolidav Pekkkts. The M. E. Church Sab- Imih School is making arrangements for the distri bution of presents among the children during the Christmas holidays, who attend ...

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. — 4 December 1867

UB1HW ... .,' -tfait m ini jU)n "IT jgVWSIffcBn KnoxviUeTTenn., December 4, I867 Fight Between Indians and Neoboes. The San Antonia (Texas) Express thus de scribes a desperate fight that took place ro cently between colored soldiers and In dians: Major Bacou and Lieutenant Fred. cavauy llooro, of tho OtU United SUIch" cuj-"j-with an cfieortof seven men, on I r down from Fort man ultimo, after g i by a party of running at fall titbnt he was travel- inaians. "u . rtv when the Indians mg with the mad 1 - fficcrB pared whil roan of the mail party DRY go!55lSl Itay7up With tlif Times! NEW GOODS AT SMALL, HOUSE & CO.'S 1 1 made their a";bcd onward. Some four f2 were hailed by Val- XZrchitc roan of tin V ' Indians wcro alter, btill on W Tthcv discovered the bodies of Cor wa . -,Lt and private Irvine, colored, the Vinth, and tho mail was found bcat iJLcd fiiong the road. Tho mail party, umbering three privatcrt and a corporal of "lie 'inth, with two white men, left How ard .Springs abou...

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