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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownlow's Knoxville Whig. — 25 March 1868

BIOWNLOW'B U4 1 - Advcrti 8CI i A i h ! Ml TT V V -' J1JJJJ ' .VOLUME V KNOXYILLE, TEM, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, 1868. NUMBER 7. She . , r K W V I UHOWNLOW & HAWS. Whig, i t ID f oUbkCI IpU jU. ..Si ?' I CO . ;1; i t):M FI ;."t 41.AH, itUj InveilaHy In adtabi, . f liM robli-.bTi. h" t:.t 'rj l cf ttIoc.ini.erw"t n . e,'i',nnf I, f ? l-i. . - ,,;,:,(., en.', ff ruaL..." ,.-t....r.O.U:.roi.. it ,!? To h!cbtli I :t U1. n r .l U to Maeet. Ht'-- Of AUiiilloJu. i, ,n !u.-rtl; .1 f '-i-fllrllf , . . . t 1. -, tf lift" ii-jT- Il . .Jl.tinll!". Il f tn.1l . (ur.., "I iii'-Mi', 'j- f vir, iirr auntim. ' '.' .'int. will i. 51 eo . ... l 15 it fc advettif lit- l,.uii ennjiilatr iU bo iurUJ a I I. I. A Ml ai-rtl.wni' on Ui;l tha number l tuaertlOB le aot mei kd U1 be pntiufccd tiLL ruait, aad barred accordingly. A lv.r't.uoU U r i Itaortad, escep b lrbciB o kp rj-nlr utnU. .-. N alvertiaemeas from Liao-e will 1 laearted nalot' . , m,.uiJ by a real' tan oe, excit la rae wbera to aJr r t U known t...

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. — 25 March 1868

saiSrtim , 1 an, V A al .ax &nc ttoxriuc Winn "iioWULOW & HAVE, PBolisners. Kcreter float that standard thoct, Whre breathe the fo but fall- before u, TVith Freedom' toil beneath our feet, . And Freedomi banner ttreaming o er us. Kncxville, Term., March 25, 1868. The Kuklux Kian. That there i in Tennefefl uch n organisation Ihe one above numeJ, no doubt can be enter Umtsd. It is true the CunmjrrntiTC lrens and party a'tetryit to ridicule tho idea, and to oVnouncn dJ ft" gEifJze at weak and er credulous tbure wbo V-ie-e in the existence of the Kuklux Klan ; yet, loet luch ridicule difprove their existence ? Doe it disarm tiicrn of murderous intent and 'wicked u,irpoe? Can the rebel and ConservuuTO press vtiiU high-bsded murder and terroum down the mcd? WilT d.irisi'n and sneers gire us back to l ie the file vidian of their Gendieh wicbdnoM? Tee, the Kuklux Klan exist. They are known to l.j formidable in Hiddle and Wett Tenner:. Thir luuxderous, bufbwbackicg conduct in th co i...

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. — 25 March 1868

Knoxville, Tenn., March 25, 1868. Friday Giy. HakCOCK rarJ through on 1 rcvtttor VTuUngUin. Xiw poo SroM. By reference to our lrcr tif cg column, it will be leen tbt new book ilore In Miit to be established cere. Te e Indian without arms, which wa here !iert time fine, faccew fully performing his curious f,U at Na'hTille. Yz Lear of extensivt preparation beicg luaJe io tbia community for the manufacture of brkk du ring tho coming aeaton. Vor.fo lltw a CnniiTUK AtaotLAiioif. Tiic Ycing IZth i Christian Association of Knoxtillc, meets cn Thursday ocnicg in it, ti 7 o'clock, at the Baptist Church. Nit Carca. A now Church bu'.Uing Las ben cofumencfei in North Knoxville. Est. ilr. Mowbray has been mainly instrumental la getting ..p the mx..ry funda to put it under way. ::etike Frot. "We tad tevcre frost here on Sunday morning. Serious apprehension fcre been felt fur the safety of ths peach crop, but we are Ljpy to learn from our country friends that the i bi - 'till lite." 11 a n is m a ...

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. — 25 March 1868

She gnoxvUlc -Whig. Knoxville, Tenn., March 25, 1863. TOE SALE. Lcgl Advortieemciita. financial. From Ibe New York Tribune. THE IMPEACU3IEST TRIAL. A J-rarallc rvVr A rratujaneuts Doxru m ;n"t?e GalUricslnti-ayM Ju'Jurf Ctrtuu- :u BuMnas in t'.r Wj. S Poi Aucab&r Jaj a eitilemeLl in jAcLine-t legati in artie'l. n'jariv four ago. l'te .doplwn cl tie t'Va t) tl.nn koj.l Ibo crowd fr.-im thr.-irsr-ir.tr tr..l.!rt lhn CaiiiLol bul'Jin, atld .exurca couHortatue tt&u to tno MARSHAL'S SALE. VIRTUE OF A VENDITIONI EX- rOH AS ifurd from lb pmce of the Cleik of tb Dlatrict ' Court of the tnil'd Matia for tho Lattern District oT TB bfvm, at Knoxviile, on the l'.Jth Jay of February, 184, tn 1 mo directed, I will evpoee to public sale oa the ilStb day of April, 11M, lo the hiirhoet bidder, for ash in hand, at th j court house door, In tbe city of Knoxviii-, in laid District, , the fallowing described prci el t J, to- It : I One tract of land, Ijiog in the Id Civil District of Kno ' "utty...

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. — 1 April 1868

L ' . . I t. U M A I 4 V : V U M i -' ifit vhtfh ia ttiwt ttt'-fctia. wtkicjc f v ..t , 3! .ff ! if : 1 t-V (v-i ;sl .r"-'-o ; ri ti) ! If tftttVjl V ciii Ibj ; - ' . o ' ' fr-'p; ;t0 rii'.ti -,t(Z.h wler trAofiyl ii. I. . tci. iilj romwi Till to fy.-ztJ t rc":;ry rtskircd j 'tity Jhiv vteV.t ivtvt'if tLo old efr-v' ,l lk l SI fr" . I IS 2 ho .lrti ' -itf. M-r annual I iUi1 ). .mm will I !! :!. fciwai l broi caniidtUa will t itirl- Jhr a-'iretiMearata, U U j-oid kir iavacUMj la ila'-. ill Trt lraMri a kih th aBatr of liwtiom ta act vack4. will b pot'liohH till roaiin, aed cliargT-l acrotiiiDKlT. 441m liw-o( all) fea eantlrraJ daa vbts itiarlMl, i-t th---t adi vtwai at refuiac aocuentl. N j drrU-iHiit from d Jtaoc ba lawr t4 aatia ac , ,jP,.d.4 T a rvatltlaaea, aicwpt ia caara araara tba adtvr litr u BBCwa to bBOctoel. THE KNOXYILLE TOG. KnoxviHe, Tenn., April F, 1868. From the IUloigh EUcJard. To tUc .White Worklcar 3Icn cf North . -:.. Carolina.. r TN Li'.e wcrVinr tan t tte fvllow...

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. — 1 April 1868

fc" '" """"rf -"' She fnoxvillc SMug. EEOFSLQW & HAS, Publishers. Forever float that standard sheet, Where breathes the but falls be fere u, With Freedom's toil beneath our feet, And Freedom's banner streaming o er u. Knoxville, Term., April 1, 1868. Rebels EclcrnlDg Home. One by one, at irregular interval, the rebels who fied from Tennessee upon the approach of the old Eag and the gallant boys in blue, are gradually re turning to their old home. Tbeir spirit, then and now, deserve! our attention. When tbey left generally betveen two day thej swore vehement ly that they would never live here again; that nothing coulJ induce Item to live under the Lin coln Government. They f wore that they would go South, and if pursued by the Yankee armies they would e,uit tho country altogether, going in colonies, some to Mexico and som to Brazil, Ilaving failed in all tbeir hopes and scheme, and worn themselves out in the South, tbey are now coming back, with what spirit think you, reader? Wit...

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. — 1 April 1868

i iiiiiniiwm i iim i nun II "II"" Sit n$xvU hWt$ Knoxville, Tenn., April 1, 1868. St adTertinement of the of valuable Gj tr?l property belonging to the corporation . TV bad Another ilight frost yefterdj morniog, rot enough, we iurpoe to injure the fruit crop. EiiictL Cotto was fined twenty dolUn ImI week by Recorder bwan, for committing an arnault upon a colored man. Bakkrcitct. Eigbt hundred and forty-tii pe titions in bankruptcy have been filed in the Middle District of Tennessee), Just ReiEITED. A large and well selected as sortment of Landreth's new crop Garden Seeds. Pereons wanting reliable seeds would de well to call a t the Old Drug Store. March 4-4L Chamberlaim & Albi.R8. anothir batch of prisoners were brought in by IPuty Marshal J. P. Ltnk, on Saturday, from Campbell county, charged with Tiolating the reve nue las pertaining to the manufacture and sale of spirituous liquors. rRisosiBS Releabid. A gang of defpertidoei entered the town of Cleveland on Friday night of la...

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. — 1 April 1868

.,u-kd iw' Mw---Mti . Knoxville, Tenn., April I, .S63. Beauty, Wit and Cold. Ia towei Mrw dwelt, At her fel three lovers knelt ; l.atb aierei tb widow mtufe., lech essr4 her heart to touch ; Cat had wit, and cue bad grid, On was caal is beauty's mould ; Qsatf w tu ti wai it i the pi lie Tongue, 01 r r handtom y ' Tint began tt. handsome in, Teepirg proudly e'er hr ha, Sed his lip sd whit hi tkin. ; cld such beauty fail to w in : lhen ,trped forth tba man el gcH, Cash tic couut.d, cola ha told ; al'.u th knrdfO of his tal, Cculd such golden preiects fall f Tb.es, tba matt of it and ceo V co'd hot With hia eloquence ; 5ow aha heard him with aeigh, 1 hau aha bluthed, scare knew iug why ; 1 heti aha smiled t hear hlai speak, 1 ben tear wai on ker rhek , ?.oty vanish, geld depart, Wit Lnti won tha widow's heart. Froa lb. Toledo E!J. XASBT. I The Trirrarhmcnt Matter Jlcctln? o ihr miiinri and Mr. Xasbjllow Tbe Democracy take It. Washington, D. C. Jlarth 8, 1868. Th' inostuffectia' time I ...

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. — 8 April 1868

1 ' LOW'S t . V I ' I I A I ! 1 II III VOLUME V OOXVILLE, TEiYN, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8, 1868. -P. WMIfl ' ', is rcautakr. wiuli j ll'" DROWN LOW & HAWS. I 11 ll.sn Hi: Irrm of Nwb rlpt ir. .iT. VUC, rajaMe iciaiisbly i . MON Ilia. r mtii.u mill t r"-fttJ t"i a la prvd ' iiltis , . H,rii!ti!" so rai l- llii.ut.h Id- Tot I'iTli'-. at H" ml , ft- rulilw!ir. h.-n th r-.- t .1 th- lfra't..r Is tk- , th sm..uiit ! ri'l-l , )..f ! H 4 Ml I. ot VlUk-1 t l"N leu.l iLI I cl ' ' ,1. ,. ml.i. h Hi.- ri" ' tin- I i- 1 ! f I rr'. I flair. r Aclv-rlilc. u liur N. ni sf . il. ." ' i .-HIJll. t h , rtitinuatioa f Mm a.lv. ' li m-iil, , six months,. iUHl", l.T n n ii hi ..'111 '1 .SO ,mts will le msde I., im .! l th,... trim adfeltis i ' i i cu p-r-'ti. t" win'? aii-li.Ule will l lDerted rti-i dwtieem-nts, l t P'1 " mvariaMy In iinr'. 5 ll advertisements on hi' b the mimli-r cf insertions is not nun ked, will hepol.lHlied tii L resin, and charged Bet ordinplv . dvVtiemi)t will be considered due when...

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. — 8 April 1868

BEOKLOW & ROTS, PuMisben. Forever Coal that standard sheet, Where breathet the fo but falls bCfere us, "With Frecdom'i soil beneath our feet, And Freedom'a banner streaming o'er u. Knoxvilie, Tenn.f April 8, 1363. Filling the Odces. It is veil knows that the patronage of the Fed b, al Gvvcrnnient haa been increased Iwj-foli bj the evenU ef the war. Hence tbe question of filling the offices has acquired a greater relative impor tance, and the scramble for office has become much more formidable than heretofore. Under Johnson's administration lbs offices haTebeen given, in many instances , to the enemies of the country. The con dition upon which many have received these offices ' has been tbui tbey should sutain Johnson policy, and should talk and vote against the Eadical party It is clear to the minds of all well informed men that the Radicals will succeed in the approaching presidential election, and if so they will have, as they ought, tne omcos or the country. We may as well ta...

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. — 8 April 1868

Ut gntixvttU mi$ Knoxville, Tenn., April 8, 1868. 'jjte krv CoUKT for Kdox county convenod l..re . Mocdaj morning tKTttUL car loads of iron for the Knoi.vi.lo nd fbarletlon Railroad arrived on Saturday. The (ratk-Iajicg will lo puslod forward, vo j-rc-umc, ruth Vnit littSe dolay. irri E' Uzath. Mrs S. II. ilcCUuahan, an .,d and well Known citizonese of Ihiacommunity, -J led very suddenly at ber residence on the corner of Front and Gay Street, on Monday evcn.Dg. The a;rregale rale of taxation (State and county in Knox county, for tbt year 1569, is ten ftU on each hundrel dollars of Uxf.ble rrTerl7 le?s than for 18o7. IlAMrDiJi Sidket Acad bmt The second quar ter, of tLe Spring term, Ug'n.t on Monday 12Ui intt. For particulars tee advertisement in another (ulunm. Trize declamationF on Friday 10th ins t, all' T. M. For Calii'ORSIA anp Chiva. 7be tide of etni- ratiun from New York lo Calif.. :Cia, China, and the fr We-!, is now something to enormous, that the 1'aiific Mail StetrniLip Co...

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. — 8 April 1868

I liU ,.JLL She gnoxvilU SWiig. Knoxville, Tenr.., April 8,1868. LongCTltf. If men were as intent on the means of preserving health and of living to an ad vanced C an they arc of acquiring wealth and notial and political distinction and power, the records of longevit' would soon Ih enlarged from a few pages their present i-pacc to many bulky volumes; and there would be no longer any cause of wonder at i lie lengthened ppacc of years granted to the patriarchs. What ift now exceptional! would be :v much more common occurrence. The average duration of life ia greater in most civilized communities, at the present time, than it was a century ago, owing to improvement, imperfect as they are, in public and private hygiene.. u What is the. natural, ordinary and normal duration ef the life of man f"' Th is is the question pro posed by Flourcns, in his philosophic trea tise on human longevity. He begins by quoting the words of Button, that ' the man who docs not die of accidental diseases, wi...

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. — 15 April 1868

II J u ft t W 15 it ( ' : I i f I i I -I 1 Kj 1LJ OW9S KNOXVilLLE W Ml HJio VOLUME V KNOXVILLE, TEM, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15, 1868. NUMBER 10. -a?" u rt.eui.nB at sen BHOWNLOW &. HAWS. terras of SiibM-rlrlon. ,(NE fUll, B !! '-re,,.e' !t lr . .T. MOMH'i. ' " 1 "?, vo aU-.r!;.ti5f !i! 1. ' : .- ' vl f t ! 1 r;cl tbau fcix 'atliS. f tUo u!ILbore, hn th.- r '. . i ' . i .. -r. . , t ,,,, w.rd?J. ".rdors'lor uol of Mfti Ti , :i -ie T-i-t OUc . , ; f .. Inch tb rl--r . I '"' " sug'i 116 H ti OS... U tb .j I ,,f l.itrr.-tM' is tekea , t cl' Hrl-n AW rtUlott- u,o l!a Xuvr.aru!. c:i' lsu.rtfTO, i:1ju of tini n !: in' "",; l. a-t, ill mootb, . . arc, it anaum ' l.;jntjl WlM bv B'ela tj tk.m !iO ail l 40 .. 1 00 ...15 0J ...-9 )' .rti !. .li. on jHtr.ui to Woin tiJldlo will be 1u..rUd a ., a4rt!m-ntt, to be paid lor Uiveriably la advance. il ;iv..rttront on wbicb to LomUr of iuertiout U hot "ill bepabiikliBd till roaio, aad cberghd aecoi Singly. 1v..r'ti-ni.rjU will L conaidured du wbea lart"...

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 April 1868

Site fat.0xv.nc TO0. BEOWKLOW & LIATCS, Publishers. 1 .i,.,, .. ;,w..,wUn on- ,wn f.,r w ith- s:!4f Our ,,,f'..ruialion is, Hint Mr. Badgers, one of holding inr kd . L on in. that I n- enrriso ti uiu ; u t:aU'Ji.i.in lor wi.Kre vu mo , , power would bave a direct tendency to bring tha already answered this inquiry, by introducing executive and judicial departments in confliiA, and , rrcSi9ine lo a VoU a series of resolutions in the that the court would have no. power to enforce iU , S r M, iinal decrees. In the case of MarMiry V3. aiaaicon, ii , -u .a.-..",, 6w ' debt in greenbacks, legil-tenaer note. i 'Will " General Joteph A. Cooper" le o kind a3 ' . : r 1. A .i..nJ. .. . 1, iu ,rr.,.l AtlD:l i in? Cronch 49), President Adams, by and with the ad- Letter from " Myron." Clinton, Ani'KRbON County, Ten., April 10th, 1808. I Editors Whig: The people of our Lran wore agreeably surprised last night by a vibit from General John Eaton, Jr , State Superintendent of Public Instruction, ...

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 April 1868

She vnoxviUc It i g A Keat Li i iLE Lrir-RAM Was perpetrate! by I Tom Moore, who, Laving stolen a lock of hair from i a latlv's huaJ. on beinj ro-juwled U mako reiilitu tioii, gave vent thus NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. DEY GOODS, &c. On on- eel. nnJlli', !-'. 4 Ma 4lil, 11.1a t.4al.l.l rlMi Knoxvillc, Tenn., April 15, 1868. . : : -- - -I I .ool.f l.H relia'inl-l. lit of m b-a-l Tat additional bounlKv, a ru u I ... . Mrtlrtlr(, lhu y,,.A. but ton; r-i iy l u c iiniu "- i- v j ... ..ni, 1,"v" """ Ir....!, f.T --vcTl J.V" rH t- in I n ilk tin? recent rc etiue law pved l-j Hie Lt ,.iMri', Ibo pri.fl of marn.tjo. It- onae, inrlu-Jir, rcv.-rr.io flump, and Slalo tax, is 4,3.2 c Kr-omiis j Bas tKLricv. lscv. Wru. Aikin hat been af pointed and qualified a Eegikter in Fat-Lruplcy for tLia tongr-inl JJiKri-J, ! ? L. : Trowki'Je rcaigncd. 1 ho.e wubir- to toiiDW.1 tbeuiaolves witb MLi . ... . Iic. K ;uuic ilats, re notified that the will o.ntncnco giving lrjfiur.t on the piano at the resi i :., i ...

Publication Title: Brownlow's Knoxville Whig
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownlow's Knoxville Whig. — 15 April 1868

w-ti-WAjjumL-'SU-j'-miigBiji gajBLBMLLa.-u.ui-! ubu She uoxtitU ffMig, Knoxville, Tenn., April 15, 1888. Tbe Admonition " of Ect. Stephen 11. TjBc, Jr.-A Scene of (.rent Ex- ciicmcni. The rerr unpitainiil ivvUiyverny in tbo Episco pal Church coucbri'ing th5 younger thesub jed of tuibs froa: uinumerablo pHiUitera, and the jcgret of crery lejal vburcbnui will lardijr be 'Cded by tic "admonition " wlicb Birbop Potter admlcittcrei to hiui at New Tork vn Saturday. Yh cjciUiment ran to blgb th&t co&fucion, uot aot VTinity, vw the dieUn'uisbing feature ef th affair. As toon as tbe bishop bad completed hi; reprimand, b'ch tvm in part Ycrj pointed, hut not severs, and in the main kindly in ton, Rev. fjtnpben U. Tjnj, telor, began to road a protct, wbca lh bishop Urncd U Rev. Lr. Ilougbion aiii said excitedly, ' Go vu I go on !" Tborcapun lr. IJuu jlton began U pray, vliilc Dr. Tyog continued Vj read, but tbo utter fcave uay atlor realir; fjar or fire lino and ru3itln6d ttandiag till ...

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 April 1868

i. BIOWNLOW'S M fl n x V - . ..u Boston Journal i VOLUME V KNOXVILLB, TENN, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, 1868. NUMBER 11. She 'SnoxviUc Vhifl, liilOVVNLOW & itaws. M. 1 tfriuo ul tutx-rt't ln Mi, ii l-li Invariably tn aJit 1 N Hi-, --r i.;i .n will br r-c.-ivd f'-r -r...d than Hix i cxert(l a r,j erf:.,! cause or probable excuse, fc'laviir was alike the origin cftba "XleVboJisl Epc-jit! Cb-j-ch, SvuU," r.nd tie late rtbtllion. It as the Liwi on which that Church w XounJci ; nd !so th -iduTO cau.se of the war to destroy the Unien. The to-called Scutht.-j; :i ' . 5 ti an I.- und.- thro.) 'Ii tin- rt iffi", at the risk I bell 017, prtcij-itat. iiti'.:i. r, li-n tli" r ipl " '" ' 'luMUlt ft I At ! t miMir t niik. . iit ' Po.1 IMTlv mm- : .! lu wiiii Ii tbe j.p r - I n an I i. to b -li 1 . Unto nf .ftiivrrf iains;. ...i-, i"i l.u-. Nopei,-ll, oue in.-rtitn,. . . . wiutijsU'iu .f .aiue advfrtk.HUM.nt p.rs 'is ntuiitli., .:.') i.'. r"f a -in urn, .?1 60 . 1 W .14 u?il will ha uta'ir t. tli'wa ...

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 April 1868

f Site, noxville Whig. BROWNLOW & HAWS, Publishers. Forever float that standard .hect, Whnr breathe the lent but fall bef;r w, With Freedom'! aoil beneath our feet, And Freedom'i banner Etreaming o'er us. Knoxville, Tenn., April 22, 1868. The Campaign. lu la tban thirty dnj the National Kepubk-n Convention will have asictulkd, designated the ttandard-bearer of their party, and -jnunciated the principles which are to govern the party in its rn acceeeiun to power. Let the Eepullican pirty of Tennessee, tbersfore, proceed to crganiie, and thu prepare for the cor-fiict, which promises to be one of the moil exciting aDd rnoioetious ever known in our history. A a party, wo intend to support wilh alacrity and vigor the Chicago ticket to a triumph ant election. "NY tat wo now wart are district con rentions to nominate district electors. We propote to bold a district convention in Knoivillo, on the first Thursday in June, to designate an elector for the Second Congreseit-nal District, an...

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. — 22 April 1868

lie gntfxvillc Knoxvil.e, Tenn., April 22, 1868. The Niw IIotjcl. The nw hotel being crclci Yj Mr. Atkin, near the depoU, i faj-t approaching compllifri. QriTKnumW of the Knoxville lawyers left cn Sabbtilri for Dandridge, lo nttnd Ide Circuit Omrt in cion Iborc this wwk. The building of new boursin Knoxville ha cotn rrenced in arne6l, and wc are lo have a big tewn by fall and a heavy population. TnraE i lo be new planing macbine, witb a 6h and blind factory altacbed, put in opeisliun l iTf toon. Amtlk arrangement have made fur run ning a street rprinkler on iny ftret during the coming Hummer. Wi are having eo injcb rainy weather during the present month that, farmers find it difficult to ,kci1 in planting their corn crops. The locomotive for the Knoxville and Charleston Railroad will be completed by the 2btb of the pre -nt month. Mkrshs. IlorE and IIcitBURo are now engaged m taking a censui of Knoxville and its several ad dition. We look with interest lo ihoir report. The attention ...

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 April 1868

I . - 4 ?! I 1 1 . M u if ! i i i t iLcta. he poxnltc 3flhig. KnoxvHIe, Tenn., April 22, 1868. Atlanta. Atlanta, Apil 5. Tiie following is a correct slater icn I of tlto position of the ean vli iutcs on thi test for the Governorship of Georgia. General Meade has declared Judge Irwin ineligible for the office of Gov ernor, and the latter now declines to run. The Central Executive Committee of the Democratic party have recommended Gen eral Gordon in his place, and General Meade says Gordon is eligible. A large meeting whs held here lat night, at which General Gordonpoke. Judge Cabaniss presided. The following order, by General Meade, ,s jiu t published : OENERAI. ORDERS NO. 31. 1. The recent assassination at Columbus, Georgia, of .he Honorable G. V. AsLbuin, late a member of the Constitutional Con vention of hiiil Sat-, and other acts of violence tnd atrocity eommitttd about the same time in various parts of the District, j.rl lhc MiiiultaneouB publication of incen diary articles, and...

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