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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownlow's Knoxville Whig. — 19 February 1868

BEOWNLOWS KN0II tt. im 7 W iiii H J TOLUME V KffOXVILLE, TEXK, WEDNEDAY, '.FEBRUARY 19, 1868. Advert'scr NUMBER 2. She murine Whig, It rilUCBIB WIIBLT By BROWNLOW & HAWS. Term of ftrjbarrlpllon. INK 1EAB. payeM lirirliU; In advsnra, - w six humus. " on n snr njtion will te received fcr a perird tlisn Mantes. FaiMn" r made throneta the rv-et OftV, et the risk ,f the rutdialiTs, the rwdri of tu rostmet-r is Uk" rr ihe amount forwarded. fnd'is fjr tniFSE of cmic t!"N mint . "' -'B, Cotn- f j f 1 Ftate to wbk.l tl ,epr hi i"-" en-1 ' Bl- Rule of Altrrllnit. ue squats, ten lines Sour'-"'. on "'"". J " KcU continuation tf esme advertisement 1 On. e-nare, tn muotbfc, II... , .. . r,t.m f Liberal 4ifcnntf will I " lh' 9h" advertise hl- Viis on persons to hwoml fandidstrs will be Inserted s rthr i4nma'nli, to k paid for Invariably la advance. All a Ivernesmsuls D lilcu tu Bsmcer 01 insertions is dji marked will r published till ruum, ana t narfea accordingly. Advri'tlsemente "HI be consi...

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. — 19 February 1868

BEOWSLOW & HAWS, Pukliiler.. sides those applicationa vrtra dL.mkod on tha ground of a want of jurisdiction. Tho opinion cf Judge Neiion, which i very : elaborate, it bated upon the ground that the Isiue i between these partict being purely political, it wri not within the Jurindiction of the Court, and mutt, therefore, be dism'uied. In this excellent opinion the Court it unanimous. Tbit opinion will make traitor and their abettor quake and tremble. It deprives them of their chief reliance for the defeat of tho reconstruction measure! of Congress. In commenting upon it, the New York Herald, which supports Johnson and the Conterratlve party, says; New. it heeuis tu us that in this decision the Su preme Court virtually declares that it cannot inter- lere in this worSt of boutnern reconstruction tnat it is a matter exclusively belonging to Congrats. in snort, we c.noot perceive, after this com pre ten sive opinion of yesterday, how any application er i appeal affecting the constitu...

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. — 19 February 1868

She UnoxvHU SiUbig Knoxville, Tenn., February 19. 18e8. ThIRB leem to have been con.ider.ble activity in the corn aart her, for few days pan. Fatal Acanzar. Wm. Croft, ono of the work- in, at the Knoi villa tod Charleston Railroad bread bridge, oer the Holston river, Hi this place, fell off the bridge on Wednesday c: last eeK, aca wm instantly killed. K.SOXTII.LI AM) Ksxtccxt E ailxoac.--In the IIous of RfprcsectMivei of the Kentucky Le gitlature, on Tuesday, February 4tb, bill to amend the charter of tbo LoufarUle and Naei.i:io Railroad paaa d iu third raading. Tb Liii will, in all probability, become a law in a few days, and as it injure the completion of Knoxville's pet pro ject the Knoxville and Kentucky Railroad we make the folio wiug analysis cf its provisions : The first section of the act authorize the Louis ville and Naehvillo Railroad Cotcpauy, by a vote f a majority of tha directors thereof, by legal mean, to auire an interest in, or to unite or con solidate with any rail...

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. — 19 February 1868

19 'JJ l.'XBJ1 ! if i 5 She uoxrUlc KnoxviUe, Tenn..Tebniapy Th. following: which find floating lik. a wind driven waif upon th. rtt of American ncwiFper, irlth out tame cr indei of own.r?Lir, is Mrtinly on of tfct most beautiful thiue we bare ever seen. It i indeed al most matcfclaM in it leutr. Tfec River Time. 'a : a wonderful itreain if the rivtr Time, As it rtinx ihroogn me realm or year, With a faultless rjtbta and a musical rbjn And a broad'olof (weep, and a urge luWme, That blendf with th ocean of teari. Bow the winter are drifting the Cakes of mow, And tb tutu inert like bud between. And the year to the sheaf e ibej com and they go On tee rirer breaft, with iu ebb and flow, At it jlida throujh the thadow and theen. Trier'- mvipi'dl Is! in the rirer of Time, ;. . r- .,. . . f (f aim art p'ayii.f, 1 ai. i i tropical ciime, . i - t as the Te.j r i-buri'-, iiu l"t jui.tt ai l ii.e lo.ts r. si.tio. . ALd the name uf lb ii tele is tbe LuLg Ago, And w bury our treasures there ; 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. — 26 February 1868

i BMOWNLOWS WWfWIi I I ILp Jill "M OA V JlLjaJ iELi IT TT T" TT r W H v V. ill! VOLUME V KNOXVILLE, TBNN, WEDXESDAT, FEBRUARY 26, 1868. Oft She H0XviUc Whig, it rciuaatD wssslt BROWNLOW & IIAWS. T-rn of Hnbacrlpttcm. vr VKAB. rayaM inrariahly In b1tiic.,.. . 1 ri d tlin Fix IX j!l)MU, ... v., .iih.TIPll" wl l" tcold 1" M -nth. . . v u. ...... t,-Hi-. at the fitk loia'ler in taken i ll le rae.ir iiiuicku iu" i . n-miiioo . t t. b ' u ! -i La Lj r tl ani 'lll"' ..iarnfj. i.-r .r n ir. 01 abu the r'iii t f T - Tl' I'l.-t '!K.i , 1"' III'.- a'ud Nat to which tu pa,.-! Lvaa -' aud " Rate- of AlvcrHins:. .r.e iu"ti 1 .v 1 'iii !i ("I 11 e ?ho adecrtlse lib -.,Mr. ien 1 L XotiparfH. i;.,h continuation cf same adTetlleetnent, . ik aqnarc, sia Bionthe, i ilia I'liiin, T aunam l : i 1 rtie. .mute will nt to bOH nnu,oi . to le raid tor iisTanawy ,a "' " which the numi-or ji ami., acii cl.ar P' a acciminitiT. . wl t coai'UrJ Jo Lcn inserted, esc r- ( alia V , il;r -lrtiaflt. M .lvertl.niut....

Publication Title: Brownlow's Knoxville Whig
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownlow's Knoxville Whig. — 26 February 1868

Slit lluoxrUIOTg. BEOWITLOW & HAWS, Publishers. Tore-far float lhat standard sheet, Where breathe the foe but falls lefero us, With Freedom's soil beneath our feel, And Freedom's banner streaming o'er u. OUR rLlTFORM. 'Let our laics and ovr inslitvtioni .w-tuA nt-t of white lieu, not of red mm, not of black r4n, net of men of oivj complexion; Ivt like the laid cf God the Ten Commandments and th Lord's Frcvcrht them speak of the rcpU." If you admit the jugro io this ilrugglt for purpose, he has a right to stay in for all, end xtfan the f.ght is over, the hand that drops the mviktt cannot It denied the cauct. Knoxville, Tcnr?., Tebruary 26, 1868. Tzz card of llajor Brooks came to hand after car paper was taada up. The article wag detained by a run-off west of here. Signs. The signs in Washington are not alarming. The lrtiS and Herald, of this city, aemi to see tokens .-i war - clouds in the political skies that foribadow early com.rg conflict. Mr. Johnson, it appears to think, wil...

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. — 26 February 1868

Knoxvil.'e, Tcnn., February 26. 1868. TBI Frnkl'n U DOW undergoing thorough airs. VTben eo repaired, it will be one of Iba nt durable hotel building in tie city. Lectuks. Key. Mr. Mowbrsj delivered a lec ture tcforo Ibe Young Men'i Christian Association, on Monday evening. "We bear it spoken of in lie highest trmi. A KrsOLCTlON ha been adopted in the Tennes see legislature requesting Uongrcii to UUifh a lemi-weeklr mail route from Knoxvillo to Chatta nooga. This would be a great convenience to the people reading along tho river. A t tho " T wonty-socond of February MI," given at the Heil Douse on Friday night of latt week, a "Jittlo onpleasantneM riz," which was the occasion of some young gents conlr ibuting email amounts to llic city treasury, through Kecorder Swan. Other wife the occasion was an interesting one. We publish an interesting commuLicaliur,, rela ting to the re-union cf the soldiers of the Army of the Cumberland. Though late in appearing, it will le int:retting to East...

Publication Title: Brownlow's Knoxville Whig
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownlow's Knoxville Whig. — 26 February 1868

! u i .1 : I. I t U . c no-trill Wug. iQTFebru'ry 26, 1868. xiie Bine and the Grey." vn mv inc cf the Biu lud the Gijr, And BlS' h,',r fcoe in bat rh1m ,D, D oe thl we re in the fray i,covr-l with glory obliim. o no more l"t 11 beor cf tl trr, The evmbol -jf treason aud fchinie We pierced it with Imllcta away ! Or we'll pierce It with bu'lct aain. ThB up wlih the Bin, aud down with the Uisj , And burr lor tb I'lue the! Won wn tb dy ! ' (f the rbels who alwp in the Gray, Our eiience is Sttiug alone. Bat we cannot afford tliem a bay, A eorrow, tear, or a moan. Lt obiiTlon -! tip their fTavo, 01 treason, diagrace and defeat ; Bad th7 trtnmpbed, the Eloe had beta alaveo, And tnloa bB lot in retreat. Them p with the Bine, and dowa with the Cr, And hurrah for the Bine that won u the dy ! Of '.he rebele whom mere t.ll prr To boaitof the traltoroaa fray, ?.r bey lb the Bine think or caroe, For the struggl U ended to-day. Let them come t'ney y.romieed to mute, fnder Vnloa and Llr.rtv too; An...

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 March 1868

.01 nOWl 1 1ljI u - . MAVTOt T Tn iMxwi v ' i ;.L! Sh VOLUME Y OOXYILLE, TENN, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4, 1868. - It I I V!7 ilhl 1! -.i r &:y -iLiIJi v .' ). . ' ... t- Mt t. 1 w I would I about tba last maa l&al waia recnmoiiau if. It I i. It U X V V I I V WHU .! "crpi of any tortus for recoDatrncuun vaa. wou.u V!; U V M . V V a a J t , fiot ( m fu31 i0CurtJ for ttifl future, even if you 10 rULJt-' " ftt-a.. ( BROWNLOW & HAWS. Term f Snbfcerlplton. iav. l"i ,. 1 00 1 let parted ,B, t,x o:t TfAR. r'j't' u.rntij ia SIX MWIliS, afcforipiion M t. raieirad fcr !Btii. tunttu: taa rf la. fobll.ber.. lor the amv-t h-rwaraea. c (vBu- c, ..,4MWbi.hta.mf U. fc- anl li t b .-at. . H md. thresh fa. rr. VIBot at il.k wa.. tb. t-wj.t of tlr. rcrttr 1. t.k- n Unit of AHtrrtlalnU- cc la"ii o . ...... I.- i'n.a W.r r I r I i.acb C6utliu.ti.-n tf I"'"''3155" 'V.. filiate, six ontli ' "ns jar, p r iium, tl'Tftl u.-c-ii-'i will mijC ilT. . , , , 1.1 Cr.CCBiU Si ... l ....... ... .it wk .!Tr-rt'e ...

Publication Title: Brownlow's Knoxville Whig
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownlow's Knoxville Whig. — 4 March 1868

aitosrillc wing. BEOyyiC 4 HAWS, PatMen. Forarar float that standard sheet, Where breathe the lo but talis bafera us, With rrwadem's toil beneath oar feet, A.ni rraadcm's banter straaaaing o'er us. CUR PLATF0K3I. "Ltt our laics and cur institutions ipcak not cf ichite m.en, not of red men, not of black men, not of men of any complexion; but like thelatcs of God the Ten Commandments and the Lord's Prayer let them speak of the i topic. If you admit the negro to this itruggle for any purpose, he has a right to stay in for all, a-nd when tU fight is over, the hand that drops the musket cannot be denrea tut ballot. Gzx. SHERMAN. Knoxville, Term., March 4, 1868. A Card. toiat complect teen made that I have act ordered an election for Criminal Julge. in the diftrict of Cbancollcr Lucky. A bill is now bo fore the Legislature, proposing th- repeal of the law creating that crlnin&l district, cr at loasi ao much ci it a may be embraced la Judge Swan's circuit, and I hare teen solicited by ...

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. — 4 March 1868

Muffle plug Knoxville, Tenn., March 4, IS68. fiha aLO'l. upon har lltt) fat, thrrtn t-'..t. ). Ii. Inn dar. ir ! n aalia nr riar tin ut.ag-., r. ! it ta. ia. ; - I flt.a . c nork fr roana, ! tu- H amca aalt. I At.4 eat.D ai.a Iih hmt ana BM tail. Baay "new uuil l. a ThU bring to our (clad Mr. Partir-gtoa'i ide of conuadjum. She thought som of taera word hard to Jjid it Io giret as occAxlon to (urn ivo?d concerning tha grett T&rley Sheaf" T.,BrrvtvT-.OQito n improreinent wu Cooking 6toT, which really can't 1 t all- r.. .trMt lt week. under th Erection I This ininJubl cook barai sither wood or coal, m mnq vm w j ef Kr. EinzelL tbo .trt orereesr. Umtxd Statu Taoors. A company sf TJ. 5. Cii-alry troopi fcara been Bout tere, to aid the Internal Revenue Oficcn la performing their dutlos In iome refractory localitica. Tltt S chool. Tha first achool ira hva fcerd of beicj opened in Tut Tennewea, under tha lata Common School law, was opened with flattering prwpecta of sacoea at Clereltnd...

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. — 4 March 1868

t lie vUDXvillc Vhtg. KnoxvIIie, Tenn., Msrch 4, 1S63. A JIESSACE FSOII THE PRESIDENT. li.s Defence cf Stanton's Ecinoval. may lo renter in can- of rcinov! than in otter8- ! Before it be held, ihrC!fl.,r5I that tbe powor give3 j by the act of 1795, in case of removal, ie abrogated i by succeeding legislation, an express repeal oueht j to appear, to wcolessme a power sboula cpriv.my : not b8 taken away by loot a implication. It insy be however that in this at in other ca?cs of implied repeal, doubts may arise, and it is coufwsedly one of the subtle and debatable questions which arise in J tho reconstruction of U.les. If, upon such t ques ! tion I have fallen into an erroneous construction, I j submit bother it nLould be characterized as a vio lation of official dutr and of law. ! i ctVQ deemed it proper, in vindication of the 1'Le F.:et:de:i. vu ALc-nday y -v. to the Seuato the j course which I have censidered it my duty to take, fc'.lc'vii's; :uesge, wtkh v, red In scrot scstion, j ...

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. — 11 March 1868

L BKOWNLOW'S ut v I ' -"ton Jo ornaj ! i. r S VOLUME .V KNOXVILLE, TEMJ., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11, 1868. She U0XviUc 3iVliig, Bj ts rcBUfirs wieui BllOWKLOW & HAWS. St YEAR, rTIe !nTriH In advance Ii 00 ?IX ilOMBS, ' ' " . , 1 Vo nh-rir.nu wi'.I be ri.ehid for I? period than elx M.-nthi. , , . R-m!tkc- -.an I mi ! ttucch the Fc-tt Offlca, at tb riak -! the PT:Hnhtri, whea the itceif t ef the IoeticW-er la taken :-t th. amount fcraarded. Prd-e fr Catenae of tittcrio oauel ret OElce, Cotin- t .nd !tt t whl h tbe p- ' 10 IUIM of Advrl.I.Jg. ...SI 60 ... 1 00 ...15 00 ...29 M "p ..jnar-. ten IlB SoBparell, on inerrtiua, F.arh -otlii:!nn cf nie Bdert!!ront...... "ns eqnare, tlx moBtbi, fipi . .mri r.r ean&ai.... ........ liberal i!:Bn'i wl fc- mJe lh;e wh edTertlae lil- eily. Cai!e rs j'iii X" fnai'tri will fee Iofcrt3 ether ed-eif.'.SfcecL, to he p3 f.r la.ariafcly la edTatice. All drttBiiti on wM.-'o the immber of ineertlona It net r; tried, will brit)ltrt!6d till niit, and cbarped...

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. — 11 March 1868

ZUt gnoxrillt Whig. BIOWKLOT i. HAWS, Poblithen. FoMTer float that BlAadard tbeet, Where brRthe the foe but falls befere us, With Freedono'i soil beneath our feet, And freedom banner streaming o'er u. OCR TLATFORM. 4 Lei our laics and our institutions neak not cf white men. not of red men, not of black men, not cf men cf any complexion ; bvt like the laves of God the Ten Commandments and the Lord's Prayer Id them speak of the reopler If you udnul the negro to this druggie tor Gry purpose, he has a right to stay in for all, end xchen the fght is over, (he hand that drops the rr.-jiilit cannot be oemea we oauot. oen Sherman. Knoxvllfe, Term., March U, 1368. Rally to Ihc Senate. L'liion iceD cf Tenne?ee, let year vuico lo beard in strength bj the derate of the Unit"1 uie in thlt hour cf National peril. JCctlj bare jour Rp- retex '-Alive!, Majnard, Jil-jkes, Nunn, Trimble, Ar null, Mullini and Hawkins ilwd up in their placet and tpcbtn ' 'J' Tenties-.ee againut her epos late, dishonored...

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. — 11 March 1868

1 Knoxvl.e, Tenn., Mrch II, 1868. A Tora lady vu thrown from b6r horn in ast KnoxTlile, on Saturday evening, and severely injured. TBI bill before the LegUUture to mire the DI rieion Agricultural Fair at thia plac, Laa passed (be Senate and is now cn its third and last reading in the House. J vst RrcilTID. A large and well selected as turtment cf Landreth's new crop Garden Seeds. Tenons wanting reliable seeds would de well to call at the Old Dreg Store. March 4-4L CHi.MBIM.AW & ALUM. Commuted to Jail. Blackrton "Williams, tha ring-leader of the whbky rebellion In Claiborne county, was arrairnod before commissioner Aiicea un ywterday, and required to y,iro ball for his ap pearance at the next term of the Federal Court, which he failed to do, and was committed to JaU. Vie presume be will gire bail to-day.. Aa&zsr -Deputy U. S-Marshal Luik.fccooicpa nied It a detachment cf Cavalry, left Knoxrille on Friday eveaing last for the scene of the late whisky rebellion ia Claiborne cou...

Publication Title: Brownlow's Knoxville Whig
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownlow's Knoxville Whig. — 11 March 1868

1! i! CAPTCEED. Knoxvitle, Term., March II, 1868. Tost Master Nasfcy on ttic Situation. Post Orris, Cofzduix X Roads,) (Wbich is in the State uv Kentucky, V February 17, 1 SOS. ) There is located at Lbc Corners alout 1 U cr 15 eonB ur the Green Isle uv Erin, wich ia called tbe grceti isle, 1 vr-osc becoz tiv the as with "rich the groat majority uv era are managed by tho Deinocrisy. To ikfetcn these voter and hold em to us, it wuz con sidered advisable that some ak6hcn be takin by the Dcmocri3y uv the Corners, in the matter uv Irish liberty and English op- I-reshun. Tho ijeo originatid with Deekin "opram, and Bascom, Caj't ilcPelter and 1, ccmsentid. We met at tho church, und I niaiu, e is the custom, tho leadin epeeth. It wuz a eubjick that is easy to speck upon, and I flatter myself I did it justis. It's easy to talk uv liberty, for ther's suthin inspiria in th word. That's the reason why the AblifchniMa hev allot hed the advantage uv us in the matter uv epcekers. They hev ftll the...

Publication Title: Brownlow's Knoxville Whig
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownlow's Knoxville Whig. — 18 March 1868

rv -s:v j n A 4 v n 1 1 ( j u1 ; Boston Journal 7 H.' n' i! fMI I . ALJJ 1 i L V volume v KNOXVILLE, TENX., TTEDXESDAY, 5IAEC1I 18, 18G8. . - v , ; - ' ff J A ; frr the interest, of the r-op of the United State 4L' li P i V 41 W V I IV 4 I l t Ke?ubl;eaa, IfcmocraU and Kebtia. 3 ' , But now th act U dooa. The Presi lnt coa- . nunded CcEzre lo Impeach Lira, n4 Corsjress ! hut cbyfrL fcav a tha nu2a dnper 4a ! tba faith tiiS w shall p!aek ct of it the Cower i safety. "VYko Uat racaJls th two tmn put caa ! kUv taai ur vil that rea!U X.-om aa act of w jujUc- s-SIl q-l th evil that sprcrg fro-nth R j uisrcy and gaaerosit th Pmi3at abu! ? Q tu Ui th jrTtst c-f ix ouueiei ta rtac. lie tt cp tU wiii elicit that cf the rcple cf whom h i tbe ierrarit, end et?Tnpt"J la j-'.iwvi tha lho rrf trv3 which lb rSMiuin was fought atxjT" th rr!rc;r!n cpoa whkh th Utwn wks Eeints'.reJ. Tt Klilkia lireJ .;n in bli.retas of wf Cucgrt and ku denial of iu coatitutiotal aa- mj tudt iasr tor .1 By BROTVLOW &a...

Publication Title: Brownlow's Knoxville Whig
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownlow's Knoxville Whig. — 18 March 1868

BROTOLOW & HAWS, rublisliers. ForT float thai eUtidard sheet, Where breathe the fu but fall betem u, With FrtJom' soil beneath our feet, And Freedom's bacner EtreRmicj o'er ue. Knoxville, Tenn., March 18, 18C8. OUR FLATFOKM. "Let our laics and our institutions ij cak net cf white men, not of red men, not of llac men, not of men of any complexion; but like the laws of God the Ten Commandments and the Lord's Prayer--Id them tpeak of the lecjie. BCWaW If you admit the negro to this struggle for nny purpose, he has a right to stay in for all, and when the fight is ever, th; hnd that drops the musket cannot it ccmca xne ca:ot.Uf$ AN ADDEESS To Ujc iojal People of Tennessee breeunz: Ff LLow-CiTiziys : Unable to appear upon the husticgi and aJdreM jou in person, as I would much prefer doing, and dotiring to submit rnme important considerations for your attention. I mul nail myself of tbe presf. In doing this I have but a single object the good of the country through the iacees of the J...

Publication Title: Brownlow's Knoxville Whig
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownlow's Knoxville Whig. — 18 March 1868

" - i II n V IT i i I I . r v v Knoxville, Tenn.-. March 13, 1868. Tei TeonM Hirer Iroprorenient Conw.ntlon in fell In ChatUnooj: to-day- .. j.. ,.r Jmntrr. IJ67. forlT-l!lD nerrai bMD wet to the ponltentkry from Knot ceucly. Tctiviratt nrtMBtouk eirbt peroni in the KnoiTllle J!l. Two of lUee are fur offences com mitted gAlnrt lh of the United SUU. A At AN returning to hi home on Saturday even ing vten cppotfla the Unirenltj, fell from Lii bona and wm i8Tcly injured. He was Intcil iled at the tlcea. Mb. E . T. CatTJ;, a lady of education, and ona bo b bJ much experience at a teacher, hat Wn elected Superintendent cf Common bcbool in Maury coun ly, in thia SU1. JrT Eeciitid.A large and woll elected as tortment of Landrcth'i new crop Garden Seed Pertoni wanting reliable eed would d well to call t tbe Old Drug Store. March 4-4t. - Chambeklain & AX-BIRS. KfMiiitu or Col. Eeward Mats ard, Late iiiUlIigenu from Torka Ilaod contradkti tk Uie-r-sti firt -'-3, tbat be died of yellow iTer...

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. — 18 March 1868

CHAKCE21Y COTJE.T UAYNARDVILLE. KroxviSIe, Tenn., March IS, 1863. RECRUIT FOR JESUS. 1. Tk uuij ul toe buniUj-fctwl 1 1 marching on It way ; R:ruit3, recruit"-, lo tit uur rui'k , The, HUl-cry lot'! Aud thouth cur cuirb-M . ill inertia For toluctcers we ul ; t.'ur d'.KT nr cptn ; clalJien, tome, For tri'' is free lor all. CBomis. Five grace, fixe giae fur all, 0, cliiilren btai the call! lo hUh and law Its lil:.iei Cj Icr Jesus di6i fur all. 2. Hara let tin crrbtt'i ch-tk t dry, Ita vttrrlsitrett; 1 Father eland with Uriel aria, T fuld you lo bit bia;t, Cotn, roil who trad Lf'e buustier walks Its teary yoke who bear ; Tor when the Savior dwell in erib, You were his t'lidr care. 3- lo lion ma ar marching b: iu. Let all mHh as abide , ft' need the el iit of our baud, The seuDiet ones to guide. Led the whoan Ood bat protreiel A gratr-fal tribute brine ; And each unhallowed feeling die, That in the heart would ming. 4 1 "ifht on young loldiers of the Ctc.:, With t onraga true and brave ...

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