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R. M. M'PHERSON & CO.
COMMISSION M ERCUANTS,
MAIN STRUET, -Knoxrlllt,
RM. JUcPHERSON TENDERS
a bis thank to hi numerous friends and custom
er iur tliir liberal patronage tir many years pant, and
solicits a continoatinn of the same lor th new firm
JANUARY 1, 1860!
OI'ENI.NO WITH THE' NEW YEAR
we prpoae Hdvaot.ipee to MeM bmit ami Tr tiers
throughout r.ast TenneS: and Y'et-i n Virgiuia 'lint
the j have never before bad offered iht-in in (be murker.
Onr armnseuivnts art peril rteil fur a heavy and cotiip.'ete
htuck of tiroreries at all timea. and our connection with
many of tbe Southern Manufactories uf Cotton enitble
ii4 to offer all widths of Crown Sheeting and Onaburgs,
Yarns, Wrapping and Sewing Twine. Carpet Chiti and
Candie Wick, at Manufactorer'a prices, ami will duplicate
ail iiivoh-es for such nrticles. both by Merchanta Kattt or
North. We are alo de Agents for Kat Tennessee, for
the sale nt Virginia Manufactured Tobacco, oinde at two
if tbe larcei-t t-atublishinetitt in that r-tate, and hare no
limit but to luet-t tbH price of any similar goods M
North, and t'. wv r.7 do. Merchant in the State or
deriug sue from ui. hav no taxes to pay nra
theni. ini2j R. M. Mcl'HKR.SON k PI
TK KEKP EVERY DESCRIP-
Y ? TIOX of Field Seed with iutructina . as to
u:i:itity to w per acre, and best mode t cultivate n.
Our Seeds are carefully selected, and all are warranted.
!elow we give a list of such as we shall be able to show
la a tew tlays:
tri::ped Ken ky ElueGraM
White Dutch Clover.
Kx. " "
Ked Top or llurds Grasa.
Hungarian " '
M tclnra or Oapre Orange.
Abut. 10 Lbls. of prime White NV.-h;in.c Pi LUw.
iaul-J K. 51. Mcr-HtKtfON A CO
A V I N G ASSOCIATE D OUR
SELVKS together for the purpose of loins a
Vkliu!eale Grocery and General Comtniesion Ruiiie8,
and taken the large and commodious house on Pjarl St.,
between Yiaiue. aud Cury formerly occupied by Messrs.
W iliiugbam a Tardy, we will keep constantly on Lund a
large, ttok of well-eelected
GKOCEU1ES, FOREIGN AXD DOMES
TIC LKllUKS, &c.
Liberal Cash advance made on consignments of Conn
try Produce or Merchandize in band tor sale, and partic
n'ar attention m ill be given to that branch of the buai
U'-ts by one of the firm.
We solicit a share of the patronage from our frsend
and the public. JiUNSrtN. YoL.nGKR A OTLY, ,
Richmond, February 1, 18.50.
THOMAS L. JOHNSON, formerly of Lee, Johnson A Co.
SAMUEL W. YOUNG Elt, formerly ot Younger 4 Smithy
GEO. GASTON" OTEY, fbrmerly of Peters, Spence 4 Co.'
'l prodnce sent to us by tbe Virginia and Tta:
ness?r Railroad will be taken charge of by a competent
2-nt at Lynchburg, tibd forwarded direct,free of cbaree
inl4-ly J. Y. & it
CHANCERY SALE OF LAND.
BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE OF
the Court of Chancery, at Knoxville, in the caae
I Archibald E. Fox vs. Levi Sattrrheld. made at tbe
January term. IStk , authorizing a resale of :i tract of
laud . to d by said Vox to t-Mttn field. Ijirjf in tbe 19th
civil district of Knox county, adjoining the land of R.
M. Stewart. John Tillery aud other. containing, as as
certained since the last sale, about S3 acres. 1 will ex
pose to rale, on the 10th March next, at the Court H-mse
door in Kuoxville, the raid land, on a credit of 6 mouths,
without i he equity of roc motion. Florid, with secuii
ty, with iuterent from the date, will be reijniml, and a
lien retained tili the purchase i.iouev is p-i 1.
jm3l ft prs feeJUi . A. DK ADKK H'K. O. M.
ENGLISH AND CLASSICAL
DU- E. LECOMPTE, THANKFUL
fr past favors, would respectfully inform, not on
ly bis late Rations, but all elxe who may be interested
in the cauxe of Education, that the Summer Session of
the Uampulen Sydney Academy, will begin on Monday,
February 8th, 10.
Term the same as before j n31-tf
D R. P. II. CARDIFELL,
T ATE TRAVELING PEN-.
iJ T!ST. in the conuties of East Tennes
see, tskes this method of returning bis zrate-
ful acknowleilgments tor past favor, tind of announcing
that hereaiter he tay be fouud iu his office on ti ay
Street, opposite the Lamar House, between the hours
of 8 oVI-tcfc A. M. and 5 o'clock P. M.
Ail peraiions performed in the be.it style. Teeth
nr.onnted on fine gold plate, from a single tooth to a trll
w.t. aud warranted to beerprvalent to any work ef the
kind done here or elsewhere. He d n-s not intend to be
excelled. aud be therefore confidently looks to the citi
xens of East Tennessee (the place of bis nativity) for a
liberal share of their patronage, li is charges will be
moderate. jnnSl 1 y
A YOUNG MAN, WHO IS A
Graduate or the University of Ya.. desi: es a sitna
tiou as teacher. lie proposes giving instructions in th
various branches of a thorough English education, with
the Latiu Language. Address W. B. J..
janSl-lm A'icMsyHU Va.
THREE FARMS FOR SALE.
T II AVE THREE FARMS FOR SALE
JL cheap for cash, or on time to suit the buysr. One
b.j .. acres, one 140. and tbe other 121 acre, ail with
in 4 miles of Concord Depot. For particulars, appir to
mo at Concord. G. W. MABHY.
RITTER, T1IELPS & CO.,
1 WARREN STREET, N. Y.,
P0ETR3 AND DEALnS IN
RIBRONS, DRESS AND MANTILLA
CUTTOSS AND SMALL WARES GEN
ERALLY. A LSO, STEEL SPRING SKIRTS,
,a-jL in all varieties and a fine assortment of MAX
l.bbAS. Are constantly receiving, by every steamer,
ttexh noveltifs in their ltue.
JOU. P. KITTKK. JUSTUS M. PHELPS,
WM. WHITFIELD CKOOM.
A NEGRO GIRL WANTED!
T WILL PAY THE CASH FOR A
J NEGRO 'IBL. between nine and fourteen year of
Ifnoir-a TeBnur,n8 " -Ul S
declm J. Q. WYLY.
A LARGE STOCK OF EXTRA
Water Proof Boots, of best city make mA
ocder. Call and get a pair, and keep dr-ftit Aptl lo
FARM FOR SALE.
T A DESIROUS OF SELLING
?T larm Wlth,n half m of Gravesville vll
HILLSBUROUGH. I r '
UNDER THE CONTROL OF COL
-.. ?KW Ut Suptrintendent ef the Stail
llUitary .Academy at Columbia S. C. Th. v.caUo.
cum during the month of December and Jaonarv s
Ayert Cheny Pectoral.
WEBSTER & MANN,
PROPRIETORS AND MANUFAC
TURERS of .
Stationary Steam Engine and Boilers,
Portable Engines of any size required. Mining Ma--chinery
and Blast Cylinders of largesr tdzc. Unlay, Sah
and Circular Saw Mill Machinery, of every description
aa 1 ill kinds of Mill Machinery, Portable Saw Mills,
SUGAR MILLS AND KETTLES,'
All kind of Water Pipes, Pumps, Pump Castings. Cat
Wheels, Frogs, .Switches, and Switch Stands, and all
indsof Kailroad Canting and Itras Castings, Jlorse
owers. Threshing Maiiiinca. Forgings of every de
1 riptioo, Bridge Bolts, Aug e Blocks aud
TTe also manufacture Clark's superior WHEAT AND
CORN MILLS, set np in frauie all ready for rututinar.
We keep r.n hand Freuch Kurr, Esopns and Cologne
5IIL.Lt STONES, to which we call the attention of.
, Also, Manufacturers of the
GREAT SOUTHERN SHINGLE
M .A. CHI N" E;
ORDERS FILLED WITH I'ROMPTESS.
We have the exclusive Right to Manufacture these
Machines for the South.
US Particular atteutiou paid to the repairs of loco
motives aud cai s.
The highext caih prices will be paid -for old Brass,
Jopper. and Castings on delivery.
WEBSTER k .dAFN.
' Chattanooga, Ttnn.
Thos. L. Kstill, Resident Engineer Winchester 4 Alabama
Railroad, Winchester, Teun.
A. Butterworth. S miles from Winchester.
Joseph Carter Decherd Depot, N. A 0. K. R. ,
James A. Whiteside, Yic Pre.s. N. C. R. R.
V. K. Stevenson, pres. N. 4 0 R. R., and Northwestern
IT. 1. At.derson. Superintendent X. & C. Railroad. '
James H Grant, Resident Engineer. '
A.Anderson. . Tenn. 4 Ala., and Edge
field 4 K v. Railroads. imay2S-ly
. PORTABLE STEAM
CIRCULAR SAW MILLS
OF SOUTHERN MAKE FOR
Southern use, combining Efficiency, Durability
Of the Eagle Machine Works,
has the best Mill made.
1S54 From Mechanics Institute. Richmond. Firt Clns
Iiplon.a for Stexni Engine and ( insular Saw Mill.
185S From same, it Silver Medal (highest) tor Stationary
l'-V' From sume. flold Vedal for PorfHble t?am Engine
lnti From Vtig. As-, fc'ty. (highest) for Circ. Saw Mill.
157 From same. $-0 lor the above Fngine.
iSiS From United 8:te Agricultural Sxi-ty, the
GKAXU GOLD MEDAL OF HONOR, wortli $4jO
for same Kiiftino.
13.9 From Virg. Cent Ax- S'y., $M for saiue Engine.
All persons requiring Portalfle or Stationary Engines
Saw Mills. 'Grist Mills. Dniinit.g MRliiifS. l'nmps. Gin
hnl'tinsf, Pullies, Virginia Made Circular SaH.:njd Pen
itentiary Axes, or H M. Sniiih's celebrated ISifeiit Straw
Cutter, should call at thu alx r wc i ks. Kii iuoii.I. Va .
or on my Agent. Mr. P. Henry Taylor, No, 01 St. Charles
strev'. New Orleans, La. decSl ly.
AND MACHINE SHOPS,
CORNER OF CAREY AND 17T11 STS ,
TALBOTT & BROTHER,
KOPKIETORS OF THE ABOVE
WORKS, are now building PORTABLE STEAM
IMAGINES of an improved construction, of all sizes, from
four to forty Horse Power, suitable for driving Circular
Saw Mills, Grist Mills, Cotton Gins. Threshing Machines
and other Machinery, which they flatter themselves are
fully equal if no superior to any Engines built here or
They will also furnish STATIONARY STEAM EN
GINES from ten hors to ray requisite power
Circular Saw Mills of the tuobt approved construction,
and of various sirep;
Pumps and Wheelsfor Witter Works.
Portable Grist Mills and Irons f r Mills of all kinds.
Railroad Work of every description.
Tobacco Manufacturer's Fixtures, consisting of Tobac
co Presses with Lever, Hydraulic and lletaining Presses,
ltteniug Mills and all other articles used in Mat.uf.tc
tnring Tobacco, together with every kid of Krafs . and
Iron Ca-itinjjs. and MVouoM jVow Work. foctl wlv.
PUBLIC SALE OP LOTS.
ON THE 29th DAY OF FEBRUA
RY, 1S6 , at 2 o'clock. P. M I will sell at public
outcry, on the premises, FOKTY-SIX LOTS, laid out on
a piece of hind liought by Jcs L. King, situated in Knox
county.Tenneee, bordering on the creek east of the
Depots of the Railroads, and the Corporation line of the
city of Kuoxville, and numbered anr1 designated on the
map of Jo. It. King's addition to Knoxvilie. made by A.
M. Lea. jr.. from No. 1 to No. 46 inclusive, and from Jio.
20 to No. 49 inclusive.
Terms of payment nt-'hirl cash; one-third in twelve
months, and one-tbiid in two years. Tbe deferred pay
meu .6 bearing interest from the day of sale.
Said sale is made by virtue of the authority of . a deed
of trust from Joe. L. Ring to the undersigned, executed
Oct. 10th. 1856, add recorded in the flice of the Register
of Knox county, in Book. Y, page U04
D. A. DEADERICK,
jan21-td ; Tmit
MISS ;E- STEBCHI,"
OF LAUSANNE, FRENCH, SWISS,
rej.crtfully announct-i" to' the pubi c, that she is
ptepared to receive some more Boarders. She will en
deavor to merit the confidence of tbe parents, ner
terms are: $0 per session for board. Those boarders
who wish to return horn every Saturday will pay $50
per session. 60 cents per dozen will be paid for washing,
nd $2 60 for the use of the Piauo.
The course of studies commenced voder Mr. Steinha
b will be extended throngh fonr weesions. rdec6-3m
A If D UNDERTAKER.
THE UNDERSIGNED KEEPS ON
hand, all kinds of METAL1C BURIAL CASES,
trom plain, to full glass plates. tOrders in the city and
surrounding country solicited and promptly attended to.
Also, constaat.'p on hand; a good aupply of FURNI
TURE. Prices reasonable. -
ov19-nmo West end Cumlir.rlatid St.
i ' . .
JAMES BOYD 1 -. - (OS.O. A. KINNSAR.
JAMES BOYD A CO.,
G ROCERS i&JCOM MISSION MaR
r CHANTS, first house above the Va. Tenn. Rail
road Depot, LYNCHBURG, V A. Particular attention
paid to the sale of Country Produce, and proceeds remit
ted immediately, aa aooa a sales are e6ected. Will keep
on hand a creneral assortment of Groceries and Liquors :
I also. Guano, Lime, Cement, and Ground Plaster for sale
' on accommodating terms. , jan21-lyg
i GREAT REDUCTION
1 3F" r 0 s x ,
ETWEEN NASHVILLE, 3IEM-
Pills and KNOXV1LLE, and Stations on tbe East
I Teuuessve and Georgia Railroad.
Rates in centa pr luO lbs. between Nashville an 4
: Knoxvilie, and Stations on East Tennessee 4 Georgia
i Rail load.
First Class sixty cents per one hundred pounds;
! . (Second do. , ilo do. do. do.; .
Third do Forty-seven cents per one hundred lbaj
Fourth do. Thirty live do. do. do.; '
Rates iu cents p r one huntired pounds, between Mem
plus and Kuoxvitle. aud stations on tbe Last Tennessee
4 Georgia Railroad:
First i lac, ninety five cents per one bun: red pounds;.
eecond ';Us, ninety five cents per one hundred 14
Third Clas. seventy-five oeuts perono hundred lbs ;
Fourth Class, filiy-eix cents lr one hundred pounds ;
Will be carried from t ha celebrated Plaster Hanks in
V'rgitiia. to Chattanooga and Dsiltun, aud Stations ou
tbe Eitst Tetiues.see 4 Georgia ilailroad, at fix dollars per
ton of 2.000 lbs.
To Nashville and all Stations on the NaRhville A Chat
tanooga Railroa-I.at nine dollar per ton of 2,KK lbs
Alto, to Tuscumbia and Stations East of Tusfiimbia.
on the Memphis i Charleston bead, at nine dollars per
ton, and ail stations west of Tncuuibia, at taeive dol
lars per ton.
Spirits of Turpentine. Camphine, Rurniiig Fluids and
Varnish, will oLly be taken at owner's rifk.
Giiu.owder and Frictiou Matches, aud o' her enmbust
ible articles will be charged at local rates of each Road,
and only at Road's convenience.
Agricultural Implements, Rurning Fluids, owner's
risk; of leakage ; Raskets, twk-e first class rates; Rat
tiuji. blinds, L'onnets, Books; Roi.ts and Shoes, Kread,
Huff ilo liobes; brushes and Kiooiim, Rroom Corn piessed;
Catiit'hene, at owner's rii-k of baknge; Carboy Aciile,
ami other Chemicals, double liret cla-s rates; Cabinet
Ware, knocked down. and well boxed, fimt class rates;
Canls Carpeting. Corks, Confectionery. Chairs, boxed,
tid- firt cIufs rates; Cigars, boxed aloi snapped: Ciisaia
in Hints. Caps: Covers and Sieres. Clocke ami Weights
L'opjjf and Itrais Vessels; Deurjohu, owner"? ri-k,
twice fiist class rates; Drugs iu blei and boxes; Dry
Goods iu boxes, bales aud trunks; Furuituie, set up and
boxed, twice first clue rate; Furniture knocked down
and well boxed tux I class rat'-s; Farm Wag-ns, iu pieces;
Fetthers, Furs, F'ifts. in drums; Fi.h, fresh; Garden
Seeds. Glassware, Window Glas; Grapes, iu kegs; IlaU
and Cups, Hides (diy) loose; Household Goods (not Fur
niture) well boxed; Hair, in sacks; Ink, ludigo; India
Rubber Goods; Leather (loose; Liquor iu Glass; Lemons,
sacked; Looking Glasses, boxed, twice nr, class rates:
Machinery boxed: Viattnises, twice first class rates;
Mouldings and Pictuie Frames; Mats aud Rugs Medi
cines, Musketx; Marble, wrought, at i-wuer's risk; Meas-
i urr aud Tubs. Moss in sacks; .Vlusic-il Instruments, Min
eral Water, in glass; Nuts in bags; Oysters in kegs and
cans; Oranges, sacked, 0:1 in tilass; Piper Ilaneinga.
not boxed: I'reserves in glass, at owner's risk; i ek es in
glass, at owner's rik, Palm Ial. Peltries; Printing
Presses: Piano Fortes, at owner's risk; Porter aud Ale in
glass; Paintings aud Pictures well boxed; Rattan, Russia
Urii-tleR; Steam Rollers, thirty feet and under; Steam
B.ilei, over thirty feet, one and a half first class rates;
stationery; Scythe Snaths, Scale nd Scale Reams not
j boxed: Sleighs, boxed, twice fiist clssa rates: Stoves, at
owuer's risk; Sweet I'otalocs, sizing. Stove Pipe. Spirits
Tuipeiitine; Stove Plates at owner's risk; Sewing Ma
chines; Trunks. Tinware, by.'d; Trees and Shrubbery
j boxed, at owners risk; Trees and shrubbery bailed, at
owuer's risk one and a bali first class rates; T'wiue; Toy,
i Soxed: Umbrellas. Veneering, not boxed, Varuisli; Wa
I gons. children's, not boxed, tw ice first class rates; Vagons
j aud Hobby Horses, boxed, one and a h If first class rates;
i Wax. Wine, in hox(is or baskets; Whips, Whalebones,
1 Wheelbarrows; Wooden Ware, Wagon, Felloes and Rows;
Willow Ware, twice nrht class rates; nooL
Antimony, Crude; Apples Dried, R iking Powder. Bed
Cords, Dags; Ragging, tie.'ls. Bottles: Brimstone in boxes
or kegs; binder's Boards, Burlaps, Berries, Cotton Waste;
Chai n Cotton. Woolen and liempeu; Candles. Cocoa,
Chocolate: Cofiee ground, in boxes or barrels; Capstans,
Cassia in bags or boxes; China Ware in Casks. Currants
drieu: Cuttlery, Chair Stuff in louh: Copper plates,
sheets, bolts, pigs. wire, nails or rods; Copper Bottoms
Cheese in boxes or enskg; Clover and Grass Seed; Crock
ery in boxes aud barrels: Congress and Bedford Water
in boxes or lis i rein: lHe Woods in boxes or bur i els; Do
niestic Sl.eeting Shirting, Ticking aud Dentins in Origi
nal bales: i uck. Drugs iu casks; Deer otitis pressed; Flax
yeed. Flax boxed; Folks, Hay hud Manure: i.inger, G lue.
Juni Co.lGroceries assorted (uot otherwise specined)
'Grass and Cfoveri'eed: Hides, dty, iu bales; llouey, Hot s,
Hops; Herring in boxes; Hemp, Iron, Hoop and Sheet;
Leather in rolls or bo es; Liquor in wood. Liquorice,
Iyid . pipe bar and sheet: Mali- Ki'ny, bo nds aud plank;
.Marble Slabs, unwriigbt. owner's i isk; Moss pleased in
bales; Nuts in barrels or easks: Osk um. Oilcloth; Paints,
in boxes and cans; 1'alm Leaf psessetl; Printer's Ink, in
kejrs or barrels; Paper iu boxes; Pasteboird; Reaches
dried. Printing papei; Prunes in casks. Pepper; Paper
Hangings in boxes Pickles in casks: Pipes; Kubber Car
tprings. loose; Kubber Packing and Hose; Raisins, strap
ped. Rags in sacks; Scythes, hm-U, spades, Soap; Spice,
March, Saddlery; Sardines in boxes: Sheep and other
skins in bales; Shot in bags, rugar in bags; Scale and
cale Beams hoxeil; Tobacco in bates: Tobacco cut in box
es or barrels: Tow. Tea. Type; Vcneerifcg. boxed; W'oou in
shapes. Wire; Willow Reeds in buudies; Wrapping paper;
arn pressed aud balled: Zinc in oil a and sheet.
Till r a Class.
Anvils. Axes; Ale and Reer in wood. Beef Iu barrels
Bacon well packed in boxes or casks; barilla. Rones
Boiler Flues; Black Lead in Barrels; Bark and Cob Mills;
Can iage Spriuis, Poxes and Axles; Ci.ier fn barrels or
hut-beada; Ciotkery in ciates and hoi-heatis; Uofl'ee acd
Chickory; Copper in boxes and casks: Ctii'-ibles. Chains,
loose; Dye Woods, in f-tick; Kpsom Sails, iu bat tels: tiuiu
Sbelac, id original packages; Hardware; Hoots mid Horns
Hides green. Herrings in kegs; iiooksand Hinges: Iron
Sales, Iron Railing: Irou Shutters; Iron Fencings; Junk,
Jute, Lard in good kegs or cant; Lead iu casks or pig;
Lightning LoU in bundles; Lime in casks; Madder in
hogsheads. Millstones finished; Mai.i!; Mineral Water
(Va, and Tenn.) in kegs or barrels; Nails in bags Oysters
and Clams in shell at t.wner's risk: Oil in hogsheads and
barrels; Paints, dry and in oil. Pork in barrels; Kubber
Car Springs iu boxes and casks. Rubber Belting; Sulaiat
in boxes; Spel'er, Shot in kegs; Soda in boxes; 'Jin
ate boxed; Tobacco manufactured in boxes or kegs:
Venison in barrels or boxes: Vinegar, Wire Fencing,
bite Lead. Whiskey in barrels., '
Anchors, Alum, iu barrels and hogsheads; Brimstone
in barrels and hogsheads; Bleaching Salts, Bin r Blocks;
Barley, Rarytes; Cotton in liolus: Jodfisb in tierces and
boxes; Car Wheels and Axb-s. Cements, Chalk, Clay,
Chain. Cable. Chain in en-ks. Cocoa Oil; farth, Paint,
Earthen and Stone Ware in oru'es and hog-heads: 'ir,h
salted, Fence Wire; F'igs in rusks ami boxes Fl ur in
barrels and sacks; Gas l ipt; Ui-.nuo; IIo.hR Shoes in
packages; Iron. Bar, Band, Pig. Boiler and Railroad;
Iron, Nuts aud Rivets, Iron Castings, heavy: Loonio
tive Tire; Land Hasten Molasses, Mahogany Logs. Mar
ble iu block tinwronght, Millstones in rough : Nails uud
Spikee, Nail Rods; Ores. Lead, Coper, Iron. Zinc in lox
es or barrels: Pitch, Piaster, I'a.m Oil, P.itty; Rags,
pressed in bales: Rice; Railr ad Chairs and Spikes, Rosin;
Rigging. Rope; Sumac, Salt. Soda Ash; Stevi, Sugar in
hogsheads, barrels and boxes; Stone unwrouglu; Soda
in kegs, barrels or ensks; Sal.tratus in kegs, ban els or
casks: Tobacco Sciap end Leaf in casks and hogsheads
Tin, Tar. Tin in pigs; Tet re Japouica; Telegraph W ire,
Tallow; Whiting; W ater Pipes, Wire Rope; W heat i.-. well
sewed osnaburg or twilled bags; Zinc (bheetj in tasks
and cases; Zinc 1n pigs.
This Tariff to take effect on the 1st day of Eep mber
1859, and continuu until other notice.
E. W. COLE,
Sup. JfaihriiU Chattanooga It. if.
- B. AYKES,
W. J. ROSS.
S'ups. itimvMs Charlttton R. li.
R. C- JACKSON. Supt. .
sept3-tf Kit s' lenn. A Gt frruia R. It.
HE SEASON IS AT HAND
whn then mosivm of childhood begin to beeonre
roth troublesome aud dsngeroup. Dr JOHN BULL'S
VEGETABLE WORM DESTROYER is a remedy a'ike
pleasant and effectual firr the. evil. The-e is not tn
least difficulty in gettirg children t take the medicine.
It is prepared in the form of Candy Drops, and will be
eateu with avidity bv children of all ages. It destroys
and expels worms more effectually than any remedy now
in use, while at the same time it will in no way effect in
juriously the health of the child. '
DR. JOHN BULL'S Principal Office, Louisville. Ky.
For sale by Edelen & Passniore, wholes'e and retail
Agents for Knoxvilie nd vicinity. ., decIT 6m
FARM TO RENT, FOR 1SGO.
rrE UNDERSIGNED - DESIRES
J. to trnt to ft hultable teat, for the frtwnl ytar,
comrortikbtfl bniiaias, 4Unti.es wetof Knoxvilie, Tenn- i
ie aoiurm will bo required in a4vmnee, m uhimdc
Af (Ka Mn. .... I li - Jai,;rin lha lstlS
JAMES IU COCKK.
BOOTS AND SHOES
J.S. VAIl GILDER & GO'S
ALL PROMPT AND CASH BUYERS CALL AND EX
. AMINK AND SEE THE PRICES,
AT VAN GILDER & GO'S.
LiADIiES' Cnr.ico Kid Roots, heeled, extta line thick
LADIES' l-ine kid Boots, heeled. extra fine. thick s'le
LiAIIKS French l a-ting Gaiters, heel d, ex liue, "
LAllIKS' Pine " " plain:
LADIES No Tip Congress
I-AIHES' Kid Eoxed " "
LADIES' Patent " " " 44
LAOlEs' Congress Gaiters, no heels, thick aud me
LADIES' I'reiidi I asting Gaiters, pl'n tip'd. fine ;
LALlli;S' Extra Rosette Spring Shank Keeled Slip,
LADIES' Plain and Rosette Slippers, neat and fine
LADIES' Kid and Calf Ruskius, thick sole; .
HiiL JD 1 053 SJ 9
PLAIN KID P.tX)lS..TnTCK AND THIN S0LF.
LA DIES' i'lain Goat I'.oots. Custom niadn.
LADIES' Heeled Calf Hoots, neat and fine.
LADIES' French Calf Sewed Roots.
LADIES' French Calf thick sole Roots, Custom
TRAVELLING CORK SOLE OVER SHOES, Congress.
LADIES' ' " . Ruttoii.
LADIES' Gum Sandals and general stock for wet
weather. , -
WHITE KID AD SATIN GAITERS.
LADIES' White Kid Roset'e Slippers, fine.
, A L S O,
A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF LADIES' SII0E3 AND
l'LEASE CALL AND EXAMINE
BOOT and SHOE STORE.
0R1EI:8 BY MAIL SENT BY EXPRESS, OR AS DI
HPHE SURSCRIliER, HAVING THE
B Agency fr furnishing Portable and Stationary
Steam Engines. F'rench Rurr Mill Stones. Dutch Rolting
Cloths, Fay & Co's. Sash, Door aud blind Machinery.
Wood worth's and Daniels' PiaheiDg Machines, and Ty
will furnish the above named Machinery at manufactu
rer's prices, with freight and exciiange added.
One of Ty lei's W in els may be seen in operation at tbe
Hill of W. S. Kennedy, iu this city, and from the high
testimonials awarded it in othr juris of the J'nion.
where it is extensively used. I would respectful) r call
the attention of Mill owners in East Tennessee to its
merits. D. KICHAItDSOV.
ii'T tf KnoTnillt.. lenn.
LIFE-LIKE AND WARRANTED TO PLICA SK
T. II. SMILEY'S
Premium Photographic Gallery.
I ECENTLY . EGLA.RGED, T W O
j DOORS SOUTH OK THE LAMAR HOUSE. Gat
BiKitT. lctwtw-n Main and Cumberland.
PHOTOGRAPHS OF ANY SIZE
U3? TO LIFE SIZE
PLAIN OR COLORED, either In Oil or Water Colors by
the RST ARTISTS taken from lite, or enlarged from
small Daguerreotypes, Ambrotypes, c, by a .
LARGE PHOTOGRAPHS colored in Oil from $20 to
Views, ic, 12 by 16 inches without enlarging, taken
with the new Oi thoscopic view Camera.
Stereoscopic Likenesses, Groups. Instantaneous Views,
Photographic and Ambrotype Apparatus Chemical
aud Materials, of all kinds, at New York prices..
stereoscopic Groups. Views. Jrc , American and Euro
pean , plain, colored, illuminated and uannpaient.
, , ' dec6-l.
Iff MOSROE COUNTV.TEAIT. 3 .
T WILL GIVE A "BARGAIN IN
1 ' 800 acre of Land, 260 acre cleared, 100 of good hot
foot, on the waters ot Rail Play, all in a high state of
cultivation. It is a No. 1 Stock Farm.'. : ,
. For further particular, call upon the premises, or ad
dress the undersigned at tall Play, Teon.
dec8-tf J. K. WTLV
VIRGINIA AND L1VJIRP0OL
SALT, constantly kept on hand and frr sal by
a7 HOMER CO
TOU THE SPEEDY CUBE OF
Intermittent Fever or Fever and Ague,
Eemittent Fever, Chill Fever, Dumb
Ague, Periodical Headache, or Bilious
'. Headache, and Bilious Fevers; indeed
for the whole Class of Dbeise3 origi
nating in biliary derangement, caused
by the Malaria of miasmatic countries.
No one remedy is louder called for by the ne
cessities of the American jcople than a p ure and
baie cure for Fever and Apcuc. Such a remedy
we r.e now enabled to ofler, with a jierfcct cer
Uunty t' at it will eradicate the disease, and widi
assurunce, founded on proof, that no harm can
arise from its uo in any quantity.
That which protects from or prevents this dis
order must be of imnienfco service in tho commu
nities where it-prevails. Prevention in better
than cure, for tho patient escapes the risk w hich
ho must run in violent attacks of this buleful
distemper. This "Cuius" exjls tho mias
matic poison of Fever and Ache from the
system, and prevents the development of the
disease, if taken on the first approach of its pre
monitory symptoms. It is not only the best
remedy ever yet discovered for this class of com
plaints, but also the chcajicst. Tho larjro quan
tity we supply for a dollar brinjrs it within the
reach of every body ; and in bilious districts,
where Fever and Ague pa-vails, every body
should have it, Uud use it freely, Innh for cure
and protection. It is hoped thU price will place
it within the reach of all the poor as well as the
rich. A great superiority of this remedy over
any other ever discovered for tho ppeedy and
curtain cure of Intermittent is, that it contains
no Quinine or mineral, consequently it produces
no quinism or other injurious ell'ects whatever
upon the constitution. Those cured by it are
left as healthy as if they had never had tho dis
ease. Fever and Ajruc is not alone the consequence
of the miasmatic poson. A great variety of dis
orders arise from its irritation, nmoii"; which are
Neurakria, Khcumatism, Gout, Headache, Blind
ness, Toothache, Earache, Catarrh, Asthma,
Palpitation, Painful Affection .f tho Spleen,
Hysterics, Pain in the llowels, Colic, Paralysis,
and Derangement of the Stomach, all of which,
when originating in this cause, put ou the inter
mittent type, or lieconie periodical. This 'Curb"
expels the poison from the blood, and conse
quently cures them all alike. It is an invalua
ble protection to immigrants, and jersons trav
elling or temporarily residing in the malarious
districts. If taken occasionally, or daily, while
exposed to tho infection, that will le excreted
from the sj'stcm, and cannot accuntuiale in suf
ficient quantity to ripen into disease. Hence it
is even more valuable for protection than cure,
and few will ever KuflTer from Intcrntittcnta, if
they avail themselves of the protection this rem
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
FOR ALL THE PURPOSES CF A FAMILY PHYSIC
arc so composed that disease within the range of
their action can rarely withstand or evade them.
Their penetrating properties starch, and cleanse,
and invigorate every Krtion of human or
ganism, correcting its diseased action, and re
storing its healthy vitalities. As a consequence
of these properties, tho invalid who is bowed
down with pain or physical debility is astonished
to fin I his health or energy restored by a remedy
at once so simple aud inviting.
Not oidy do they cure tiio every -Iay com-
Elaints of every body, but a'.s-o many formiua
lc and dangerous diseases. Tbe ngent below
named is pleased to furnish gratis my American
Almanac, containing certificates of their cures
and directions for their nse in the following com
plaints: Costivcnrss, Heartburn, Htndacjie aris
ing from disohfored Stomach, Nawtra, In digest ion.
Pain in and Morbid Inaction of th llowels. Flat
ulency, Loss of AppiitK. Jaundice, and other
kindred complaints, nrising from a low state of
the body or obstruction of its functions.
Do not be put off by unprincipled Dealers with
pome other pill they make more proht on. Ask
for Atlr's Pills, and take noihimj else.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
for the rapid cure of
Coughs, Colds, Influenza, Hoarseness,
Croup, Bronchitis, Incipient Consump
tion, and for the relief of Consumptive
Patients in advanced stages of the
So wide is the field of its usefulness, and so
numerous are the cases of its cures, that almost
everv section of country alioundt in persons
pubflely known, who have been restored from
alarming and even desperate diseases of the
luug3 by its use When once tried, its Fnperlor
ity over every other medicine of its kind is too
apparent to escape observation, and where itt
virtues are known, the public ro longer hesitate
what antidote to employ for tho distressing and
dangerous affections of tho pulmonary organs
thit arc incident to our climate. While many
inferior remedies thrut ihhjii the community
have failed and lieen discarded, this lias gained
friends by every trial, conferred beneiits on tho
aftiicted "they can never forget, and produced
cures too numerous and too remarkablo to bo
DR. J. C. AYER & CO!
JOHN JACKgO.,lriiggist, Knoxvilie.
Prince Imperial .Champagne.
DE VENOGB k Co-,
T M1IS WINE HAS HITHERTO
ben confined to the ot f!Ie of the continent
of Kurop, xud liaa only very rvcently been introduced
by Mcnri; l Tpnoge k Co., into thin market, vbrraita
R ARK QUALITY, combined with the moderate price at
which it it offered, baa already achieved ucoeu and
popularity uu; fecedented in the annala of the Wise
E. V. HACGHVVOCT, Sole Importer, i
Koe. 483, 490, and 492 Rroodo-ny. ,
dec8-ly .... . New York.
HAVING JUST RETURNED FROM
the North, I am bow receiving- a foil aad com
plete aenortment of Gooila in my line, eeler.ted with car,
which I am determined to well at redneed v-r'cr.
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL?
Mercbaula that pnrebane iwb eoodafor eah, will 0nd
it to their intcr-t to (rive me a call before p nrrhnjaicg
elehere 'Jfi7 T. O. RAW LINK.
A BARGAIN. .
f HAVE FOR -8ALJ: A.BEAUTI-
X FCI FARM. conUinlot; fr bandred acre of good
Land one-balf cleared, tbe other well timbered, well im
proved, well watered, jrood tneadowa iyinir leren lailra
Eat of Maryville. and aiiteen "nth oi Knoxvilie
, for further inforanatiun, addre -".
mi " I HOLLAND, ,
ETbjny. Hlnunl rrnfy. Turn.
Ayer's Ague Ciiro.