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Grand Jury yourself. It is your duty. Brownlow's son. A letter from Shelbyville, Tenn., on the Yankee side in Middle Tennessee is Colonel Brownlow, son of the notorious and infamous old Parson Brownlow, of Knoxville. He is young, rather handsome, a great dandy and lady's man, and; like -party, truly! Though commanding a regiment, Brownlow is nearly always out at the head of small scolean him out, just for the fun of the thing — Brownlow didn't accept, and ever since then May has been trying to catch Brownlow, and Brownlow to catch May. May very nearly succeeded one day. He got onBrownlow to catch May. May very nearly succeeded one day. He got on Brownlow's trail, and came up with him, their parties being about equal in number. After a brief cBrownlow's trail, and came up with him, their parties being about equal in number. After a brief carbonic and pistolonic interchange, Brownlow and his men fled, and May and his party pursued. May tBrownlow and his men fled, and May and his party pursued. May took individually after Brownlow, but the latter had too fleet a horse, he, however, left his cap andBrownlow, but the latter had too fleet a horse, he, however, left his cap and telescope on the road, and May now has them as keepsakes.