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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownlow's Knoxville Whig. — 15 January 1868

! I it -a.- BROW KNOX V 1 L L 14 VOLUME IV. KNOXVILLE, TENS'., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1868. VV S. HjJo . r ' i he 2Um-Mc 'hirr, fly 18 rl'SLlSBED Willi.! I3ROWNLOW & HAWS. Rebel Threats. NU3IBER 49. - ! Tcrnm of !nb-rrlptlon. bMJ In advaltr e,., 1 f0 NK t I. A II. pajal luvai- .i n! - 1 Ij ( t a h period thn tsx M .nllis. . . in, Hi. fir- mi he load' through, tlx- I1'-' "n'r"- ' ' ..- l'nl.ii.h. r. when t tt- re, e.pt of the i'tniter i. i.n-u ! am. uitl I-.rw ar-i'-o. !t 1-r ttAi'i of tiar.-vi"-t nui"' fc"' I -i tt" to l.n h the pip. r has I. r t Office, Toen ail. I is ! I r-nt. ntt- or Al-rlUln. ..fi v !..is rtise lib- i.- - iii.., t. lin- V iiparei!, inrti" I . h xi.tllllUII.iO ('" .liTU-mM,t,.., . :,e ..pur.-, ni nioritl,"1, :i" F..n.r. pr mifiiin:, i.,i ,i ,t i!l I"- mi!'- to l.r-hn " lu. ,..-r.ni to !-ni candidate will ho lnwrlfJ as r r a h. i ! mi-M. In lx- paid ,,r invariably 'l '''" i .. nnonll ,ll Wl.l. h til number of insertion i mir !,!. w lil bepubii-ti'-d Tit I roBi...

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. — 15 January 1868

She guanine BBOWKLOW & HAWS, Publisher Forever float that standard sheet, Where breatbea the fo but falls before ut, TVith yrdom'i soil bensath our feet, And frvedom'a banner streaming o'er u. i:ast Tennessee University. , Tha proper diepoBition of the funds ncmiing to Tennessee, by Ibo acl of Con grot in 1862, giving public lands to tbo several Slates for the support of Agricultural Colleges, is a subject of importance at : this time. Lonz since wo called attention to it in an editorial article, and then expressed the opinion that thore should be an equitable distribution of the funds under the law, so as to give one portion to each of the throe great divisions of the Statu. There are several and strong reasons that might be ad duced in favor of this opinion ; but we do not pro pose to argue the question at length. One thing occurs to u,, however, as obvious. The creation of three Agricultural Departments in connection with : established Universities, one each in East, Middle 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. — 15 January 1868

V 1 Site guoxtittc mi$ KnoxvilTe, Tenn.. January !3, 1868. - AMI new (team firs ungina for our city wa. re- WlTfd lat week. Fkckaal CorBT adjourned on Thursday of luel week, After a protracted lesiion of leycral weeks. O.nsolidation. Tbe Free Fret and Herald of ltis eitj have been consolidated, and haTo l-een ap pearing for tereral daj with tL title of the Prfsi ft,I Jlrrnlef. Several member, of the Legislature paired through here on Sabbath, en rout for JTatbrille. That tody having adjourned over for the holiJaj, met apai i on Monday. tims-MON. In the published lid of delejhtr to the Nashville Convention, which appeared in our imuo of latt week, the names cf Major "Will R. Mc Eath and General .lopeph A. Mabry, were inadver lontlv omitted . Tun Citv OriicER"- The new Board of Mayw and Aldermen, aftr organizing on Saturday lift, proceeded to eloct the following officers : Recorder and Treasurer Wm, II. Swan. Tax 01JcUrJr.hn L. Iludiburg. Marshals L. B. Gambia, S. C. Morely, L. II oWr...

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. — 15 January 1868

She uoxriUrj" a A. A V "in 1368. -SnliejOKGiiec Case. .o averred the late T,1vTTi.! in criimis ni cndah, and wo may . . T .. .I a T: 'u. MmTor an ckr Hd interval of the eoc.ial calendar, ilh qu:t as much cot.8d"nce as they ex foot ths vomito .t Vera Crur or earthquakes at St. Thomas. In accordance with this theory, vce might, for some time fa?!, hare been reasonably on the qui vive frr a rotsblo scan. -ni? in the airy circle cf the British srielocnicy. Since the Lady Florence Tacit ran ofl" to the con tinent vitb the llarquis of Hastings, and lie incon tinent young Duke cf St. Aiban a came into court a the co-respondent of Mrs. Brondwood, now Pome two years or lets, hare heen entertained with no very startling rerlaticns of domoftic infelicity for a new chapter in the " Romance of the l'ecrace.'' P,jt even e the earthquakes hare come round sicain, and Vesuvius is once more ir. eruption, (a wo hare a nw Bensation beyond the powers of Mi's Brad- don, a recurrence of the oft-r?peM-d tm...

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. — 22 January 1868

Ii I ! D ID AUuKvT : Aim ' ... . u. k3 ft-; iy AY ii u !U ' Jl:villjjljJH w , i W ii FT u ')' 1 VOLUME IY. KNOXVILLE, TENX.," WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 22, 1868. ID rOU?BIB ttlllT - - - - - - -. , lrBB f fcnlMecrlpUoss. ; 'if: EAR. rati itr!iV!j In aJvaou w u,iVTIf.. " ' 1 f, .. .n)bvintiAT. to ill l-e rMvftl fwr lee ir!o4 tkaa fci X ". ' ...( ll.mi!i lii, Tmt Olfit. II th vtl ." I . ruidmbets, w baa I he rec'it.Lul Jostmaattr is takea f, r b nngtil (.twr.!i. r.. ...... i..r ii no! nf Mitnt nwl tit' fret f'fne, .lid Matt Which tlx l bM bwMI Pd ' N' Stains f AdvrUHiT. tie inM ti . ..,iiip. t.-ii liu'S NVniisr'-:!. . li rontmwatinn of m adertimeit ;uar, tlx mollis,.... :, 4Hl4rA rver lEiiiiffl ...fcl ... 1 ...16 'W ...2" " 4.UBS will tBd wio advertle lib- ''. .. I MrJma'to h-rome ewaJidate will taswted . ... . .. ..il tu Let nnlii f'ir ln.arlabiy la aiaoc. I i.,irTi'.m-nt on which lb. number of liisei tin,,, is net ..' .d alBstmbii.iwd net roit. Btidebartwdaercrdiis;ly Awtiwrnruu wili be con...

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. — 22 January 1868

Site nnoxvilltjMMjt Forever float tbat etandard sbeet, Where breathes the fo but falls be fere us, VTiUi Freedom's soil beneath our feel, And Freedom's burner streaming o'er u. OUIfc PLATFORM. "Let ewr Iaic ani our institutions treak net of xchite men. not of red men. not of black men, not of men cf any complexion : but like the laves cf God the Ten. Commandments and the Lord't Tray tr let them tpeak of the if you admit the negro to this struggle for ar t purpose, he has a right to stay in for all, and when the fight is over, the hand that drops ine mushet cannot be denied the ballot. Knoxvilla, Tenn., January 22, 1868. The President and Congress. Political CTecu succeed each other in the United States co repidlj and ao variouelj at to defj any accurate prophecy of the future. Rapidly as the Ration was making history during the war, the rate ef progress has been scarcely less since. The ex citements which attend or follow thee sudden turns of our checkered political history are almo...

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. — 22 January 1868

Site gnoxvUIeTOg Knoxvilie, Tenn., January 22. 1868. Zxmt Tikkium UirrriMrrT. Tb Mmn.r euion of thi CourbhlnjC institution pen Fslru ry Bib. Board if new Tery low. See lvertio inent. Lir IsiCBAlfCE. Dr. A. L. Hitchej i now K cttsi at tbli plaea m General Agent for the Knick erbocker Life Iniurance Company. Thii it an old and reliable Company, and tbo wishing to Insure their lire woud do well to girt him a call. CcU Wkathis. During tbo past week we bare bad the coldest weather of the aeason. Ice bouse haTe been filled, thua giving u a aupply of ice next tummor. The pond in the vicinity were froxen over, and hundreds of young people were to be een ikaling on their turfac. SCTKIME ' COCB.T DSCIBIOSS. A bill ii BOW pending before the Tennesw Legislature providing for the publication of the old decisions of the Su preme Court. Thii would give the lawyen aa op portunity to replenish their libraries. We regard the measure as a gord one. ilissw. "Wilder & C. fcave laid out a village, wh...

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. — 22 January 1868

mm&zt:jt eufimrr 1 -.mmwsu f -. . Tie L-?:rrn Ifepablicsns. v-,..srs tf 3irjl"n1 bad at one time ,,U sL.U.-kllo impartial, uui uarna tr,Ai' t cfiwquer.ca and punishment, tbj w vM not 'Dia Sc8 in lheSlta. Btld re poIitic1y a belri tb clftM h'ch tbej feared to afranvhiM. Jn Taaoewee, on tha other band, impartial cffVace ba ecured tbe political control cf tbe Siat4 in tba band of men who were lojal durice tb 'wri were in favor of equal po litical and civil righta for a.11. A'. F. Tribune. Such fling aa tbe above at Southern Rpublion are tnuih to be regretU'd ; ard, furthermore, mrne ith but an iil grce from Js'orthprn Iputlicar.a, ruirtumi in tbe Up of freedom, who bve not jet pi'lird the doctrine of equal right to their own Suite. It is utifrtunate tt.at the colored purple of Mrjlnd were r.ot enfranchised when tbe Ri-ptib-lun were in eMrol of, the State, and n.ioe de piore tbe failure to go I. n.ore than the Mar; land Radical bo li!l remain true to tbeir principle. But it it not 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. — 29 January 1868

VOLUME IT. KNOXVILLE, TEW, WEDNESDAY, JAMAKr 29, hf SnoxvitU 'Whig, . Mnn ft BOWK LOW b HAWS. WHAT 181 S01T8 LOST Bl CtRn t tie roimt Tax Remarks (VrtM wf iwtkttlta. ; , t i a.krkj,kij t er, ntf-" " i.aj"i, Ti a I " jar FIT. Wia. time of EMtnt t Xa i Th fA in yotfi wuai t Ktkkr. Sowar t lfe'tag td rare., dak at Hi tt Heo rf Repra- mtttlr, Um iftm i-t U ooti. ta, Mr. flu a. Via. D. Kellrr. rtTRli Ki01t '"' ui K,l"i. J'?r r ". IMIttman tir.til. Alt I.HT. f. II, rkk. 1 T ' . . . . . . I, ..k lk( Tux OHr. l ".V-k. - in . -""'--- .u . .j i.t.k aakt. M Of k)t:f.tiWB la ti-t-'1 r !- . . t tinHilMH, tt " . I U or- . , l .... . ... - . . . -. t - i t fc mjmxwM j-7 t I million i.u j (wh. tMJM on ft tl U fto of f It tch Wir rtn k Ttl, h hM U f iHV r Axm th (ufiTi IMfel&g ftt4 hl(t . k. w . .w, It ik. jury rr tMr Mrdt.t b . M m i - ? - i . ' .k .MX t J ft MIIHM M l mE KN0XY1UE whig. KiMivin, Tn., Jtnutry 2t. 1868. TBS rKVrTE.TTlAJtT. irt4'rt TUU r Mttr'n ITIw i roili.li - fKm iaJ rtdtuB f 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. — 29 January 1868

"ail" '? FVwver goat UM BtwOAaM thoot, Whan, brawtka the ft be mitt VaaVr ht, TTrtfc Pratt um. Ml WmU ear toot, - And FroaaVm . banter wrenming wr na, U publican Suite Cotivcntioti Lrttm ttn ?. tntthi atd Cia j.? -iorar xajBan., $ , STATE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. sm mm mum ad mm tea, f.R. (rant tit? tfcalfe f TcBBff m fiwrrrctiwau - tstmiTES to tni rmrico C01 5I!-L ! - iua, rrma,in -& ricw tvavemio- m mim to erd u ik H-n ef ike ttoer of R-4riMleJltA, at 10 e'otor. Knaitine, Term., Janutry 21, III. tb crs rum. hsvt fwr r-4 tut ewr mirtf-ftea .fit net tfAif nrn. hm f rti mr. w ' Ik Uir e &44ht 7n (iBwi-kfnfj end I Wad.,-, M ivr I mtK or. " I isttrvaktr nntim n.wea Versus, f tureen -ety. sn temrrry rbalrmon, . C. -toreor, Mitirf, if aim tl BeVw It Kntefit ft I Md Ur. Settoa narittanl tor-tsry. ww jmTHy A A rffht to ota in ft mil, I vs t-oaton, a e-avrnftte of eight front each . wAew thtMsht M f he Aa (JUf foyf J tr.roa.io.l di4rtot ef U Jkbk- u ppolB,ed fir ok tot M( to -nirf f kai...

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. — 29 January 1868

Mtf h-- tortift.TM.S inr . tit. .eat tat Lr'ww wara tat-iai M va mw MfJ4 raw y tha Clerk af tha Cj ia f tha "t "Tr 7' ' ! j.aa B. Rewlana im Imp Wkf ,, rR.irwi t Hiu niM. '.,era LVH karrtkf H,tT Ararat T RmV-" to4fr r I fclUWh Brow. Howtoa Rarrw I SaUia WilmiwgVw. lktraAJ H. t LAlfJta OwiMHf u c aM tnimW MB H lt ha "". Will at aaata ef ear aattwrraiaf, yg (iH W-W 'he atattar aa4 raiea Bar pmyi it t on NMt; t H' ! r f r V pMwit W raSftf " nt' ,t Uri " tba o-fula at. .itr a Ira, that ttU T . .Jc,lWj H tka ri m K hWh atifht ha aiert try ft .n.-a. f a H ft lVHiy. I, . ;.. a tBDiTiB fr Ta Brum. Tba ,,-.t m Hisn ftra la U4 tailkt. at aait. a.-arij tktaa raania., to tba IVtj laa4 C lit itniwweiV.4 IW ta p. fw the Urwrs fmj . r o Malm atr ; Way it that our City Father aae kaea a tLw tmnVinf U 4. rtiimi, il W- U tkV M Uo f .r, lkt tt 1t 1 !! IWM t Jr tt rjkr w th r Mt f!l, AT work IW knultus grol from tb riTM cuM W b tr n fv WVt k k Mil f Wk 1 wJn( pf iy fcr! CuMSxk 0linj 4nf-tn kt cur vflit...

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. — 29 January 1868

MaRtfiia, TV ivmrf Si, till' - ----r-.-r-: !ra M4 XiSRT . i Bmt THUatif Ust Klrftr. 4 Temt Orr. Cbuvm kit X lUtra, Wtefc k I tfc a K y paaaam ft, 1MT La w atwftV 1 pVrkaiJ p a mm, rtMM T a aft) fctp4 u aaaa a I)-4 WitM h ' 1.44, ft. lit ft KttU ft . wrH HJ 4wriHi w- ra fik ! tkaa attb. Ik', part .(, f tny tMi rtaul lVlrlft ain't V pftrttftt ft a) A . babtrt a ic lb . a fwtMtinft, Bat) tw .. kict lb an a ! ft.fca'm. B tktftt 4 H tT, tb fnM tBbJ ft trap) r It if tkftt tear H butfel (a tt t ft" I t oat n atl. I MM t rt irvw Tc as a ft f WILL SELL AT THE OQUliT ItOVSfc I aa, im tk 4 t r,., t, fttl tb Hk, Mil ctafa) ftaj MM4 rbt ) ral baa t4 fc art brat at a4 ifta t W ltb thatf tt .4 at J4 atf . 4;tw tb In at rati Iktw e4 rni ft, ib. a t fi w4 ftuify kwl tfc t-a-H tV-Hrt at A rf Hi k' Taw . ft. ft)" tb, at. rtf k4 !. tb tar Ib4 at P4ab, ftj, I WILL fKI I W4n ft Mh. KU. W TBK ttltmCST twmdy ftJ I ol tat 1wW. k lf . mt-. Hcft tfc hfl4t a tSw c 4f4 ay 1st tit wtT rhfi f parifciftM. t h4 Hfm...

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. — 5 February 1868

I i t pTD)ATy7 A " IT v , i 3 kji 11 .T y JL'iLJ-iLj 1 V . 111 V If C U 1 1 II I 7T TOLUME iv. KNOXVILLE, TEM, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1868. She guflxvillc at'Iiia, l( rtllUIU WKKCLY By BROWNLOW & HAWS. 1 00 SI Tonus f Aabwca-tplioia. ONE TEAR, psyabl Invariably la advaneo,.. (.IX MONTHS. " " " No subscription will be rwtv4 frrr a 1km period th rl.mlttaas can b mad. tbrongh tha Post 0!"tci at tb rUk nf toe Publishers, when the reoeij.t of tii I'mibmW ii takea fnr the amoaat forwarded, rder f.ir rmot of ciatcrios nml tfvs Ft Office, Conn y an 4 .Slate to which th papT ha b-'U anil 1 o . Balm of Advrrtialnr. Ou s-juaie, ten IIbm Nonpars!!, on Iortion,. tain routiuuallt-a cf una alWtlaeUM-lit, 'ne sonars, tlx months, .... Oua square, per annnm. Liberal disci-tint rally. ( alia oa parsons to aim candidate ...Jl V) ... 1 fit ...15 00 ...it 00 ill b sued to tb-we who eJrtie lib 111 be iuaartAd pal AH ajTritMmni od which the number of Insertions ! not marked, wili I published till mini,...

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. — 5 February 1868

BSOWJLOW & HAWS, P.bluhers forerer float that itandard sheet, Wb-r breat.hea the fo but falla Were ui, With FrMtdooo'e eoil beneath our feet, And Freedom' bacnar itreamicg o'er u. OUB PLATFORM. "Let cur Zatci and our institution tpcak not cf vhite men, not cf red nw, not of black men, not of men of any complexion; tut like the laics of Ooi the Ten Commandments and the Lord's Prayer let them speak of the People." If you admit the negro to thit struggle for Any purpose, he has a right to Hay in for all, and when the fight is over, the hand that drops the musket cannot be denied the ballot. Knoxville, Tenn., February 5, 1868. Keep It Before the Colored People. Keep it before the Colored People, That the cext Presidential contest will narrow down to ooe be tween Grant and Johnson that the iucceu of Johnsoa will be the OTerthrow of colored suffrage, If not the restoration of blavery and that the U luea will lo openly dUcucied upon to itump during one of the most exciting contest we b...

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. — 5 February 1868

ax: She gnoxville TOg Knoxville. Term., Februtry 5, 1868. . it i v A xr IT 'h..rrh WM darficaiaa l n-ioiu; Till in Sbbtfc lut by Iter. Dr. Bowman, UMislei rr Jtr. Dr. renrne, of Ihii citv. If we kuew tho addrea of Gen. John T. "Wilder, e would mail bim ft letter loft (l IbU offlco for him in care of the editor. Fim: Tobacco. At tfce twro rooiti ot Li. c Tlott, on Gy itreel, two doora north ef Cumber land, there if a large lot of V irginia tobacco on con lignment. Thin tobacco ii of the finoel quality and will be aold cheap. "We hare teeted it, and claim to be a good judge of tobacco. Weintile 'fecial attention to a communication to the lNTahviH. F,iit and Tir, copied into this paper, beaded "Militia Officer and the General Aa Mtnbly." The writer iruini himself, and we ruake reference to what he iari with the aingle re mark that bii argument", founded upon the Law, are unanswerable. RE3t-:eiuojr TO A MCRDIBER. Got. Brown law ba made a requisition upon Got. Stevenson of Kentucky, for ...

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. — 5 February 1868

K.wm fTFry 5f 1868. Pen Picture of Brick Foraeror. Tbe J'wr of the Orry (Penn ) Republican, wto claims to I personally acquainted .with Brick PowPy. P' bia reder' lbo extracU from tbe La Crosse Democrat on Gen. Sherman and the clergy, which be culled some time ago, anl then proceed to rint " Brick " thu : Tbe antbnr of the above outrage tu born minus the moral attributes of a manly charactor. lie it a thief, liar, drunkard and wife-boater, to our personal knowlwlce. We have known hino to hemt his wife and bi dren unmercifully without the ihow of proTocaiion, and forbid the merchant to trust them for tbe fiecww&riee of life while carousing in den of proft tution. Xad euch a thing the leader of the i)tf!ii.cri t c partv t "We have known him to sing bawdy khibi and craclt obscene iokea over the dead remaina of hit friend and companion who wai strand to death in an attempt to drink a gallon of whisky on a wager, in the city of Milwaukee. And we have heard him curse tbe sun and defy ...

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. — 12 February 1868

JBROWNLOWS VOLUME V. Site Ivnuxi'iHc Whig, II rCSLUEFD VIUII BEOWNLOW & HAWS. Torm ef Knbsrrf pllou. 1VE T T A J' , psyable invariably in edtarKc f: c" MONTHS, 1 v: ., .,i . tlt!"n will I f"H lvr J f,.f , 1,.. ,,j..J 1(11 Pi M'eth.. lloHittaoi an l-e mif tliri-iifh !hr r,t Offlie, at '" r'-'k .. th. Pulilli-hr, hD the r.rtt cf tbe rVtniI.T ukn frr tbn t mount forward'-d. I'llWt for M AK.lt of Dill. ti,. mutt gli T t Cfl'ce, dmi (5 aud Molt l wbiib th pal- he. ten and i l b Et. Rate f ArfTtlinK. n. .'iiar-. t-n line Nonpar-II, rn ,n"' 'Ib-'D,. . . J 1 '- .."l ' ,..1' lt!.- lib- rih continuation of tame 4in twmiit, . . enter., six month "lie senate, per annum Liberal ililivuill will la mail to tbiM v V '! CV.it - n pi..ni to Ikuuo itnlidat't will V iurl"i at ctb'r airrtlHiTit, t b aM f r invariably 111 advance All advertlteiaenta on which t!io ticinter of lnertions i, l.'t mrkd, will bpoblihd Till mini, endil.trRwl aor.rd!ni;!y. AdvertlannieuU wll b conelj.red da wben ineertM, ex ...

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. — 12 February 1868

.3 llit gtuomUc Whig. BLOVISLOW & HAWS, Pafclisim. ! i I Ol'R FLaTTGRM. "Let our lavs and our institvtions speak net of tchiie men, net of rtd men, not of black men, not of men of any ecmplexion ; but like the lar$ of Ood the Ttn Commandments and the Lord's Prayer Itt them tpeak of the FeofUr Knoxvillfe, Tenn.f February 12, 1868. Death of Col. Edward Majnard. Col. Edward Maynard, eldest son of lion. Horace May card, died on Friday, the 10th of January, at the town of Grand Turk, Turk's Islands, in the Te-.t India. No Intelligence of fci Illness, which km brief, had been received, and the first informa tion of hit death revived by his parent oa Sunday last, waa through a newspaper tent to Mm. May nard, who if in this city, whence tho heart-rending intelligence wai telegraphed to Mr. Maynard at Washington. From the Bvyal Standard of Grand Turk, of Jan. ilth, wo publish tho following, which contain all the particulars thus far received of tbia lamentable event : OHITUARY. Died, at ...

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. — 12 February 1868

Knoxville, Term., February 12, 1868. Ssow fell to th depth of ix or eight inch on Mondsj and Monday uigtt. Tbi pcl term of th Cbanoerj Court, which bu been in ew'on for iereral daji adjourned ye terdcjr. rxiuoKAL. Judge Jonw, Pretideol, and H. C. Morri, Chief Enginoer cf the Knoxville and Cbarlotton Railroad, returned from New York yo terday. TTx notice hand engaged in extending Clinch ptroct through White' addition to Knox-illa. Some of the moil beautiful building loU in the citj are to be found in thii locality. Attention, Fikimut. There will be a drill mooting of Fountain Ftre Ccrrpaoy on Dxt Thur day evening at two o'clock. All tho member are eipectcid to be present, punctual to the rtiinute, with their belt on. Tbief. On Saturday nigLt of lat week a thiof ilcpped into the tore of E. N. Parham and picked up a bolt of jat, which wan lying on the counter, and immediately ran into the itreet. Mr. llynatt, a clerk in the (tare, immediately made pursuit, and made the thief drop Lis g...

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. — 12 February 1868

:JL Knoxville, Tenn., February 12, 1863. The, followisj wild and touchingly beautiful poem was written lv tba gifted bat unfortunate. Haskell, a short time befor bit death, and dedicated "to Mrs. Louisa Jane Rice, the amiable, gentle hearted, and accomrlisbcd matron of the Eastern Kentucky Arjlura for tbo Ine&ne, at Lexington." It was writieu during a lucid interval, when both he. and bis friendi Veliirel tbat bit mental aberration wai entirely cured. But, alas '. tbo grievous and fearful malady returned, and bis yvr bark once more waa toiaed and wildly twept "aiuile.-i and belp ever life'f ocean : The Ransomed. BY CrSLUlL VX. T. BattELt.. u0 rim t. 1's.m a drift on Life "a ocean, and wiluly 1 tweq-. Aiislesi and helpless, iu fathomless ueep; The wild wiBda assail tiie, it threatenincly torns. The clouds roll around me In hideous furies, I drift to tbe Ice abore '. I strike ! am apronrxl ! Tbe mal waters whelm nse I drown ! Oh ! I drown - Merry 1 Oh, mercy ! Oh, Lord, act me fre...

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