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tllie Leglflluture In tbelr miscalled DeclaraTunrTTigl
of UnilnptiodAnc. No adi'iiunt" eauss can be
Miue J. "The (Heet CummUiw of tliut boily
UMMiirtud ros and Inexcusable lalsnliiiod in
'lhh addrodtttt the pcopleof Tennessee whn
'tuny der.lwed that the Uovcrnnicut of the
United Stale hut mm) a war tiftott tliiun. Tin
uessioacajse has thin farueen. luatitiuud by
deotitionnd fHlnaliood t by faUrlioods as in
the action of Conjrrem; by false dinjiatchea hi
o biUUcf that were never t'ougbt and victurici
that wre never won ; hy (aide accounts as to
tbe purjioscs of the President ly false rep
waentatintw ns to the news of Union men ;
And by Uiu practices as to the facility w ith
which tin'. HecsBiun troops would take pos
session of tho Capitol nd capture the highest
Qicen of the Qoverntnont.
The Cause of lecfssifin or rebellion hns no
charms fur us, and its progress has been
marked hy the most alarming and dangerous
attacks upon tbe public liberty. In other
States, m well as our own, its whole course
threatens to annihilate tbe last vestige of free
dom. ' While prate and prosperity have
blessed til in the Government of the United
States, tbe following; may be enumerated as
some of the fruits of secession.
It wns urged forwarded by members of Con
gress wlm were sworn to support the Coniti
tution of the United States nud were them
selves supported by the Government ;
It was effected without consultation with
all tbe States interested in the slavery question
and without exhausting peaceable remedies ;
It has plunged the country into civil war,
paralysed our commerce, interfered with the
whole trade and business of our country,
lessened the value of our property, destroyed
many of the pursuits of life, and bids fair to
involve the whole nation in irretrievable
bankruptcy and ruin ;
It has changed the eulire relations of States
and adopted Contituliooi without submitting
them to a vole of the people, and where such
a vote has been authorised, it has been upon
the condition prescribed by Senator Mason of
Virginia that those who voted the Union
ticket " MUST LKAVK THK STATE."
It hns advocate.d a constitutional monarchy,
a King and a Dictator and is through tbe
Richuiord press at this moment, recommend
ing to the Convention in Virginia a restriction
of the right of suffrage and "in severing
connexion with the Yankees to aboluh every
vestite of reiemllance to the inttilutiont of that
It has formed military leagues, passed
military bills and opened the door Tor oppres
sive taxation, without consulting the people
and then, in mockery of a free election, has
required them by their votes to sanction its
usurpations under tbe penalties of moral pro
scription oral the point of tbe bayonet.
It has offered a premium for crime in di
recting tbe discharge of Volunteers from
criminal prosecutions and in recommending
the Judges not to hold their Ceurts ;
It has stained our statute book with the re
pudiation of Northern debts and has greatly
violated the Constitution by attempting,
through its unlawful extension, to destroy tbe
right of suffrage ;
It has called upon the people in the State
of Georgia, and may soon require the people
of Tennessee, to contribute all their surplus
cotton, corn, wheat, bacon, beef, to the
suppfirt of pretended governments alike des
t:tutcff mon'V anj cydit ; , ,
It das attempted loj destroy the Vriiotu
bility of public servants to me people by
secret legislation and has set the obligation
of an oath at defiance ;
It has passed laws declaring it Treason to
say or do any thing in favor of the Govern
ment of the United Sta'es, or against the Con
federate Slates, and such a law is now before,
and we apprehend will soon be passed by the
Legislature of Tennessee.
It has attempted to destroy, and, we fear
soon, utterly prostrate the freedom of speech
and of the press ;
It baa involved the Southern Statesin a war
whose success is hopeless, and which must
ultimately lead to the ruin of the people ;
Its bigoted, overbearing and intolerant
spirit has already subjected the people of East
Tennessee to many petty grievances : our peo
ple have been insulted; our flags have been
upon and torn down ; our bouses have
bee rude'y entered ; our families subjected
toMnauVtV our peacable meetings interrupted;
o3r'V.ome'apd,'9biIdren shot at by a merci
less sblirtiry'j 'pur towns f illaged ; our citi.
zerisriMied. ajiuY' some of tb?m assassinated
'No ttjort hiig Veeif pared to deter the Un
ioaWn ofta'st Tennessee from tbe expres
si6b of'tlieiffrcc thoughts. Tbe penalties of
i-t ji i , .' . ! J f . : . 1..
treasojj have been threateAed againsttbemand
mafaiT. arid asss.inAjflii have been openly
encouraged l'y leading, accession Journals
At'eV&siinri Vas bepn,, tijus overbearing aud
intVeranlVlfil? in the minority in East Ten-
nei'4e, n'ofhtug beUej.can.Ue (Xpected of the
pre'(hJ(;d.. majority, than wld,uuconstitution
t r k'r 4 ( oppressive legiijlatipo,;; iu utter con
tethpfjlMid disregard of Ifiw.'; a. 'determination
toToct '.every Univ'n inan in. he Slate to
swety't'o'th'e support ,vT f '.Qonjuiion be ab
horV. to' yield hia roohev and urooertT to aid a
cans'' be detests and to.becoin'e, ,ljie,. object of
icoh'ShH'derisioh as wef .alie,; ricliui of
int'ol(rabe arid' r jdentl.-is pptejsion., .,
In'Yi! of 'these coniderAt,ioi)s, ajjflof th.
farf niflt'tlic people, of lastj lTeijnesiee, have
deiWri"! iitit tidelitj; tb, tnioa .hjr V ma
joritf'anftTjf 20,90,01. (ef.Jw'efire,we
,,., .. , coif Vol"rluf 5-,m ,- .oh .T d,
.Tfcftt. c dp. ei;nesth Uflsirejtbe . jreitp-ii
doo Mf' pe'a'ce to pur'..whoJeJvcb.unU1yj jindj
iift '(MiWiiilly that our 6vrn jeuliou . of tf.e L
i w-.w.t:-.J :i;'3',J ??:! . L'-'r-f.- 'T
f l1ieHnttee) jStatei, i njqwtjiluijonM pfr
illefttftrfff, Wejreforenpf 'nJipjE
'if; tb-f if6rdff to' ' 'VdV , .cAuf!i.'L.lwi I.
our firtCh-ren Tn'ofber utrVt tf the, 1;tc,1aLa,M'l aa.wiariTrB""DM"1 ri-
iI.rti.f'Vn ft.r ltio VipV.-rii inVo .f.t,.ai I
nr -i V- " ij i 51 v i x"77.r
. lliereriire. rnuHilnte and, aw ninL LI.. i.
pare ,Meir.oril and faiiiwlfie .famo, .40 bfr
preseHwif ti'Yhe General. iepitij, pftisp,
nertejl'Bo. In ie?siori astipg jta coamaI Uft.
the' f&fflrirci'' conibuunir East '. Tennessee I
nnd'iocJi'robritica.in JLiduIe Tennessee ti,
til 10 J1 SrlJ l"J MiiskSil lt riiilJH 1' '
t.i Lli-ul tt tr'rl ,ew.an-.l In Iqwi
r. IXKrLI III NnoXjjJOUM XIHijI,lSf, M.
HkWi' 'n'd Jauri TtyMLh jTT.pf.Bf,.!
OomHi'iidoiieri. whgie diHy'U.s.UU.,hfJtOiprp-4
deinr m trf-Mietate mith them mar Jjrm and
orecTA wfPrate BUM , ,w nii.k -A. .t". " V ! (WW"ff w "
4M. TOlrTng'ltijdofaiinli Some day we are buried.
efar'AWmbfy'; wfij gT(.lH iwtW.f undoes ni)t itojf fr-our lateral j every-
ftiJftf ti lrii'4J V 'nd) ( .atil l,jtjla to ine , fb Ljng-gtw en, uol j.met, laugh now at
Mil l.i i ".!..' vi.u uj.i ii i
igbt to determine our own destiny, wo flo
further resolve that an election be held in all t
the counties of East Tennessee and in lucb
other coutitk i in Middle Tennessee, adjacent
thereto, us may desire ot co-operate with us,
for the choice of Uelegatei to represent them
in a General Convention, to be held in the
town of Kingitou at such timo ni the 'resi
dent of this Convention, or, In cine of hli ah
lence or inability, any one of the Vice Pres.
Identi, or, In like case with tbum, tbe Secre
tary of this Convention may designate; and
the officer io designating th day lor the as
sembling ot said Convention, shall also iix
the time for holding the eleetiou herein pro
vided for, aud give reasonable notice there
of 6. In order to curry out tho foregoing
resolution, the Sheriffs of the different conn
tics tire hereby requested to open and hold
said election or cause the same to bu so held,
in the usuul manner and at tho usual places
of voting, as prescribed by law ; and in the
event the Sheriff of any county should fail or
refuse to open aod bold said election, orcauso
the same to be done, the Coroner of such
county is requested to do to : nud should
such Coroner fail or rcfjsc, then any consta
ble of suuh county is hereby authorised to
open and bolii laid election orcauso the snmn
to be done. And if in any county nono of
the above named officers will hold said elec
tion, then any Justice of the Peace, or Free
holder in such county is authorized to hold
the same or cause it to be done. The officer
or other person holding said election shall
certify the result to tho President of this
Convention or to such officer ns may have
directed the came to be bolden, at ns early a
day thereafter as practicable; and the officer
to whom laid returns maybe made, shall open
and compare the polls and issue certificates
to the Delegates elected.
Gth. That, in said Convention the several
counties shall be represented as follows:
The county of Knox shall elect three Dele
gates, the counties of Washington, Greene
and Jefferson, two delegates each, and the
remaining counties shall each elect one Dele
gate. Convention adjourned to 2 P. M.
Convention mt pursuant to adjournment
Mr. Trigg, from the Business Committee re
ported as follows :
Orderrd, That the Business Committee now
serving this Convention, be continued in ex
istence till tbe meeting of the Convention ut
Kingston, or until any future meeting f this
body, should it again be called together.
Ordntd further, that all the resolutions
now before this Convention, which have not
been acted upon, be referred back'o (aid
Committee for their consideration.
It is further ordered that the President of
this Convention, or any Vice President or the
Secretary acting in his place, and the chair
man of said Committee, may call their respec
tive bodies together at such time nnd place
as tbey may respectively determine.
On motion they were unanimously adopted.
Mr. Netherland, of Hawkins, offered the
Jieioloed, That the members of the present
Legislature of Tennesee, who sympathize"
with tbe purposes of tliit: Convention, be and
are hereby respectfully requested to resume
their seats in the Legislature, at early, an
inemseives repelled froul that bodv bv any
prosV'riptive act or acts to which as conscien -
t.tnnfl freemen, tliev PAnnot sntimit.
tioug freemen, they cannot submit.
Mr. Maxwell, of Washington, offered the
folio ing :
Keiohed, That so far as we know the people
of East Tennessee have interposed no obua
cle to tbe passage of troops and munitions of
war through our territory; and while we ob
ject, and have ever objected in public and
private to any violence to the Railroads, yet
f the grievous wrongs inflicted by some of
the troops are not slopped, we warn all per
sons concerned, including the oflicers of said
Roadi, that there is a point at which a popu
lation of 300,000 people outraged, insulted
and trampled npon, cannot be aud ought not
to be restrained.
The resolution was adopted without divi
sion. The following paper having been presented
to the Convention, was ordered to be spread
on the minutei :
" The undersigned, delegates from the conn,
ty of Hawkins to this Convention, not appro
ving the proceeding! of the Convention, but
dissenting from the same, protest against the
action of the Convention, and ark that this
protect be entered on the minutes of the Con
vention. John Ulevim,
W. C. Kyli,
Mr. Heigkell, of Monroe, ou-red the follow
Jietolned, That tbe thanks of this Conven-
tion be and they are hereby tendered to the i
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President and Secretary of this Convention lor
the very satisfactory manner in whicli they
have discharged their respective dntics.
On motion of Mr. Crawford, of Groene, the
resolution was to amended ns to include
the Committee on Business, and then passed
Mr. Maxwell, of Washington, offered the fol
lowing whi h was unanimously adopt) d :
Reolv"l, That the thanks of this Conven
tion are hereby tender-d to the titir.ens of
Greensville and vicinity for the hospitality
with which they have entertained the me tu
bers of the Convention dining its session.
On motion.it was ordered that 20,000 co-i
pica VI .HTllUt.rcuill3 "I 1J Vytlll T Cll IIUU , VI1
'is...:ti. i- i . r.. r...
If 111, M I IC, C U'llOU.U IU J'llllJf HIV . I viu , ivi I
I Kfter prayer br
on motion of Mr. Tr.gg, the-Convept.on
Tr JT0 AS A 1 NFLSOV
M . EuLt.
ttH A bottle of essence of Jamaica ffinper
will be fdund a pleasant and healthful rum-
nih told ir cantvt., a corrective
.Mnglronicbanwr water, and fn all reip-cti
ttter than alroboliu' timnlnnti. Think or
i q i y Mit'firay sJla
sisters, in filling up
irtaTraPfMiTl tokens for tbe depart-
4uck il Life.
'So htely deoTd jffioov forgott'n. 'Tin tbe
,wi of the..WA4!fT e fi prish for awhile. j
Men take ua.bTJk uaad. and arc anxious
on,t tUKHti'fiOMr bodjei. and iMiigb at
rb?(v uuJf ni' wtinu" "1 u "
Lie or two hearts feel the wound
lin or two memoriei still hold
our names iu tonus ; uui me crown iuuc
Iti daily clrcllnnd in a short time the great
w ave sweeps Xir our itepi and washes away
the last vestigl f our earthly foot-printa.
.. .. .
W. 0. R0T2L0W, Editor Proprietor.
knu: VILLK, TENN.:
Tuesday Iftriuiild Juue 25, 1861
: The Grneville Convention.
We yield muti of our space to the pr
ceedings of the Jreeneville Convention, pre
pared by the Secretary of that meeting, feel
ing assured that in view of tho importance
attached to the ction of that body, we could
not render our n aders a more acceptable ser
vice, It was a Urge and enthusiastic meet
ing, repreienlinj every county in East Ten
nessee but Rbea, and that too by delegates
wh0,'fo lowed p radical sense, determination
of will and patriotio purposes, would have
done honor to any coustituenry.
The Convention was In session four inys,
and was largely attvndod by outsiders, both
friendly and unfriendly to its objects. Wo
have never witnessed a meeting of equal num
bers representing as large an amount of ter
ritory, whero as much harmony prevailed.
In sentiment, the Convention was a unit, and
u;on the adoption ofits Declaration of Griev
ances, nnd the several Resolutions which fol
low, a1 most absolute unanimity prevailed.
One remarkable feature of the meeting was,
tte determination to do nothing in tecret, but
tc throw open wide its doors, and invite the
lijbt of heaven to shine upon its acts. Ileneiv
when some oue moved about the third day, to
go into secret session, tho motion was voted
down by n unanimous vote, nnd without de
bitc. The result was, that the Secessionist!,
and all others desirous of hearing were on
band, and witnessed nil that was said or done..
It will be seen that the Convention resolved
not to go into the Southern Confederacy ; and
tfiat it appointed Commissioners to memor
aiizethe Legislntur now in session, to allow
last Tennessee to remain where she hns vo
t'd to remain, under the Stars and Stripes,
organizing a separate State. It is now for the
Secessionists in the Legislature, to say
whether we shall sepcrnic in peace, or have a
disastrous Civil War. East Tennessee has
suid at the ballot-box, that she will not go
into the Southern Confederacy that she will
not submit to a draft of her citizens to wage
a war wholly uncalled for, and that tbey shall
not pay the unjust and rininans taxes imposed
hv the recent corrupt fend unconstitutional
H The Secessionists of this State, and of the
ntire South have declared the right of a
people to withdraw from a Government they
abhor, and to refuse obedience to law and
policy they dislike, and deem unconstitution
al. They also deny the right of one free peo
ple to coerce another, and tbey are now ex
pected to act upon this principle. If they do
this, we shall separate in peace, East Tennes
see assuming her just proportion of the State
liabilities, and remaining a member of the
Federal Union, as her people desire. If this
liberty is refused, civil war is inevitable, and
the free and unbnnght Union men of East
Tennessee, will fall bark upon tbe rights!
guaranteed to them by God and nature, andy
by tho laws and constitution of their coun
try, and meet tbe consequences, let them be
what they may. They have fully calculated
the costs, and they have resolved to mee(
them, come weal or come voi. And th
Federal Government is bound to sustain tbe
Union men of East Tennessee, at env cost of
money, men, and nrmi required.
Hon Horace Kaynard.
For several days past, quite an excitementj
bag prevailed here, growing out of the Tti
ported remarks of Mr. Maynard, at tha
... . . I
Oreenevule Convention, and threats have beelj
nude, inch as that be would be shot or hung,
I The charge is, hnt he denounced these Con
' federate troops, in unmeasured terms, and
j compared them to Wilson's pick-porketii
making no exceptions. Tbe wbole story Is a
I fabrication, nnd without any foundation in
j truth, as every roan will know who heard Mr.
j Mavnard taak- Ui epoecb wai dignified,
I and free from personalities, ai we personally
I know, for we lat within a few feet of him all
Thil vile slander, circulated by
ionp cowardly assassin, is intended to bring
' "own upon .ilnvnara tne teneeance ot aome
oui-iawa, wno may ne prompten icnuiRg
.Seeesionlsts in Knoxvillc. Maynard has Te
ei,, t,re f(r more Uian lw rntJ. years-he
h orderly and law-abiding citir.en;
! nd although a Northern man by birth, all ho
, basis here, and here he ha made hit calcula-
tioas to live and die. There are those who
think tt.ry can instigate some irresponsible
villain to assassinate him, and ai bo bai no
relative! in this State, and no long train of
influential friend to espouse bis cause, the
aUair will pass by without try retaliation
from any quarter. Such persons are wofully
mistaken! Let them, if they dare, do violence
to the person of Maynard, or any other Union
man of Halt Tennessee, because of hit Union
sentiments, and the cenarqncncei to them will
be of the moat fearful character 1 The foot
who it used to assassinate a Union leader,
will not oe sougnt aiier, hu tne mmgatori
1 acton in tbe dread scenes will bave oc
sion, in the Sitiernm ana anguian oi re-
pfniancr, to can lor me rocas ami m-justains
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new jokes ;
w ,. s r m i a
mi a m w
llDOrilLllI'm. auU UlUONiiem iiuiii wim
. . . ..V.i V...T.. it..
engeance of the outraged Unlonstnen of East
Tennessee Let a respectable Union man in
Knox county be ilain, by a Secessionist, aud
w can give the names of eight or ten proml
lueut Seocsslouiiti in the county, who will
liiitantly bite the dust. Ai certain as there
is a God in Heaven, they will have to die !
We speak advisedly, aud reflect the purposei
of a large organization In thiaand other couu
ties. We speak the words of truth not to in
timidate meu, but to let them know what will
bo the result of any inch murderoui assaults,
Commit your acts of violence, and then fortify
yourselves with Regiments of troops. We tell
you that you will bo met with opposing Regi
ments, and you ibitll he pursued to the very
gatei of Hell, but what your bloodVcall atone
for the violence I
We have had no conversation with Mr.
Maynard on this subject, nor baa be any idea
of our intention to publish such a notice ai
this, in connection with his name. We rep
resent the Union purpou of this end of the
State Tiierenre geutlemon of prominence
in the Secession ranks, for whom we entertain
gentimente of high perianal regard, and we
would hate to see them involved by othen
less worthy. If they are made to suffer, it
will be thoir mifortun not their crime, that
they are associated with men who bring upon
them utter ruin I
Jt&gf" The East Tennessee Convention of Un
ion men, at Greeneville, contrary to public
expectation, seems to bode no good to the
peace of tbe Commonwealth. Private letters
state a largo majority of the Convention, un
der the lead of Nelson, are in favor of resist
ance, and the organization of an Independent
government. The conservative leaders, such
as thimisJtmmfh, . Klemmfhom-
I 01?.. a .....1 nuil anil njiklf ImniA
V II fUdBn UtUllS UtU uui hu4 nirainimt,
the majority proposed at once fohK
gurate a Provisional Uovernment in ten-
nessee. Manphi Hull 'Jin.
This statement it untrue, nay, it is utterly
false. Baxter and Thornburg returned to
Knoxvillc one day, to attend to an important
murder case in theCircuitCourt got thecase
put off, and returned the next day to the Con
vention. No one else left. The action of the
Convention was harmonious, and the " con
servative leaden" will aid the determined peo
ple in carrying out their resolves, or die in the
The following boautiful linen Wire written by Ladt
Fluka Hastincib, the victim of a cruel uluuiler, origin
ling auiung her auudatee In waiting ujxni Queon Viet.),
Tell me, ye winged winds,
Tlit round my pathwuy roar,
Du you uot know lome spot
Where tnortule wenp no more';
Some vidlry la the y'eet,
, Whae 'r" from jil aud puiii .
Tbe weary toul ni I y rent t
The loud wiuda tufti-m-d to a whisper low.
And sighed for pity mil answered "No!"
Tell me thou mighty dwp,
Wlume hlllowe round me pluy,
Knuw'st tli. hi mime favored Kpot,
8ome Island fur away,
V hre weary man amy find
Th Mies for which he aighil
Where Sorrow never lies,
And Friendship never diet r
The loud wave, rolling In perpi'tiial flow,
Stopped for a w bile and auawered " No I"
And thou, lurenest moon,
That with sii'-ii holy Ctca
Asleep in night's embrace
Tell me, in all thy round,
lliMt thou not seen aouie spot
Where miserable mau
Might And a happier lot?
H hind a cloud the moon withdrew in w. a,
And a voice aweet but sad, responded " No !"
Tell me, my awret soul,
Oh I tell me llopo and Faith
la there no resting place
From aorrow, Bin and death f
Is there no happy spot
Where mortals may 1m bleat?
Where grief may Had a balm,
And wrartnew a reatF
Faith Hope and Love brat boona to mortals given,
Waved their bright winga and whispered Yea, iu
tf W are authorized and requested to announce Dr
JOHN W Vt Kl-TKIL. of Kimnr Cminty. an a C'liilidnle tn
ri proseut the iiemtturial District cump hI of K mix and
Iloiiue, iu tba next l glslnture of Tenneiawii. Subject,
however, to the will uf the Union men of the District.
,- We re authorized aud reqneeted to announce
Ji)IIN T. II A V18 as a candidate to represent the t'lixtini;
District uf Knox and Sevier, in the next Uenemt Assem
bly of Tenn"e.
' j-We are authoiixed to announce OKM. JAMES
t 'i:K K. of ttoauia as a caudidnle fur tbe State Hcneto.
n W tlnlou ticket, nd to aay thai be will attend the
T ntherings lu till county.
V BltlKDKTEH'i PILbS.
The n ( tbra Pills ADD TO OLR VITALITY I thna
enabling uto resist tbe ACTION OV DISfcASK.
Tli way , which a care la effected may be interesting
to prufeaaiont mMli jt t u n,K of any a irt of conae
qurnc to a Biao, woni;ul in tnuh of health.
MlKT HT TO ISO
WA(T MEDICINES CURES,
Vv how it ctau.
COSTlVENKBiAM) Dl,,SK?. CURED.
New Vof k, A pril 6th, ISM.
rBlr-In the aprin .of 1K&3 I
had the mlafjrtane to hrwj, mf tn)gn la consequenc of
which my constitution tec, tTmif debilluted, and I
aaffered with grent fOllvt-M,, .ttendeil with diilineM
and a-vere pain In the bead ai, j gj Je mA upprewlon of the
heart. I waa attended hy iev.,r , ,,hTi,.teDi of tl.iairit
U three yeara without oltalA'ln) ff h,d implklr f
a cure Ull finally I waa lD.Rewl to Xrj JMr p,, WB(rh
alrait liuuntly r"evj)fr me, 4 lB , ,lort tmf cnm.
pleUily rmtnred li,1,ea.h. I cnalder there the best
aisdicine In UMSj'vuld. Tour traly,
Jaiu MURPHY, S69 Weat-iit
Price ii cent nsjr tea. by Dr. JOHN JACKMN.
Inoxylila, Tn, aud l,y ax .pw,!- dealrt In
me.Ha. ' tjnnelj-lia
' m m
JVST TMH TIIIXa.-Oor atlentlna wa called
th moriiina to a fi iena uf ur. wbo, a Mr anonths sn,
was sickly, fri hl and licliilltatcil now be Is healthy,
tnmt. end robmt. Thia rnat thsni w ptodncml hy
taking Mrl.i!slli.rtl HtrengUirninf Cord ml. It la
a realKllxIr uf Life.
W advise every reader who anay be sickly and debili
tated, and all wno ai well and wiate to keep so, to try It.
Ev1r.g Mimr. (Joi13
TI.. nn.ralirm.!! a III UllllruSI III VflUrf Of Kni'S
Oounlf. In each Civil District, mi 111 following days via:
1st, District. Knoxvin. alimony, ni"?
liifor'a, Thuis lay,
M L Myiialt', r'tiilH), "
Hiiiisoiis'. Hut m U.i), "
j Mvmitt'a, 1'ui'Siluy,
Utile. Vt wlueeiliiy,
llui .Ii ii h', I riilit,
C. Station. Jiinniliiy,
SlclJIell 'tis, Mom iyi
loiis , 'J iica luy,
llip nie', Weilliiwhijr,
Kiiynoa , Thnisilay,
Uali' , BlonUiiy,
f om two very iinpnrtmil sources, lu relation to 1
CIllUSTAUOUO'i HA1II DVE. .
The first of tlicsu ili cli.iiins is from the pen uf Dr. Chilton,
w hohiia no emm In tli country an analytic chemist,
and declines llie d)'" I" lu'iibsolutuly lioc friimdelcteriouf
ingri'diciits. J hia may be ia ilea
THE Kt lKNXlUC VERDICT.
The eecoiid doclsliiii is u (opuliii' one. The thousand
who use the dvo are uiim inn us ill n-coiumi niling it. b.ive
all others, for the exquisite imtinuluoHiinf the blacks and
browua it iinpurta, and the I i.lity ol Its enect. 1 bis la
THIS I'tilLlC VKXIUICT.
The dtK-nintnta ablcli (onslilute Hire Verdict may h
seeu at tliTT es'iihllshni'.'iit id CI isltdord, ' Ko. 0 Astor
House, New York
Hold avervwliero. nnd R'ltilliil tiv all flair Dresner.
Christadoro.' Ko. 0 Astor IIoiish. New York. unel3-lra
THK FOLI.OWIXU Id 11 sample of the ntimer
ous lottoia consliiully receiviii" f Iloatctter'a ttoiuaib
('axasiiaiii!, July 15th, 1859.
Mruri. Ihitt Ur t S.ni'.h. I'ltiahargh, l'a. Oints !
As we are si i iiniii ts, 1 hi ivwith enclisteyou twenty-eight
di'llnrs lor f.mr ilun-n II istilter's Stiiin.ich Hit ers. win ok
please forward via MichUnu SMltlu-rn Kailnsid. Toledo.
Ohio, ami Clayton Stiili.m. I havo runcliasiaj aevtral
doten liotth at Tnhilo, this siiniiner, but the ante ia on
tbe Increase ao much Hint I wish to npcu a direct trade
with you. I wa Imlucnd lo try yntir Bitters by my
physician, for the Liver Couipluiut. end rucelved such ma
teria) aid that 1 have recommended it to others and have
anld about two doien per week for some time. I hnve nil
klmla uf medicine in my store, but there is none that 1
can diet rfnlly and truthfully ruci'iiimciid aa your Hitters,
for I know they have helped lie, beyond my expectation.
Juiiel3-lm Yours respectfully.
HIU1ILAM? HITTKUS Ult SCOTCH
Tonic. The proper quantum and ri(lit ondition of tho
bile ia of mouieiitous iuitiortunce to the health of the hu
man frame. This antiliilinus medicine expels the hidden
seeds of the complaint, ami renders all the fluids and se
cretions pure ami Burnt, clemming and rcsusclutlng the
vital functions of the body, tickly females should lose
no time In trying a few doeeaof this : ei;nlalliig and reno
vating remedy, wlialever may I their oomplaint. It can
be takeu with safety in all pcribilicai nud other disorgani
zatlors. Sold by the Sole I'roiriotor. S. MANSFIELD k CO.
tVbolesalo DrUKgists, Uiuiphis, Telill., and (old also by
JOHN JACKSON. Knoxvillc. june!3 2t
To Conanmpttrea. The Advertiser having been
restored to health In a few weeks by a very a imple reme
dy, after having suffered several years with a severe lntig
dldcea..', Consumption is anxious to make known to his
fello ftitTerers the mentis of cure.
To all who desire It, he will send a ropy of the prut i ,.
Hon lined (.free of charge) with the rtirectiims for prepar
ing and using the same, whicli th"y will And a srxu Cl'RS
for CoNscaiTloM, Asthma, ftKoocHiTis, A-c. The only ob
Ject of the advertiser in sending the Prescription is a
benefit the afflicted, and spread Information which he
conceives to be Invaluable, end he hope every sufferer will
try his roH-edy, as It will cost tbei nothing, nnd prove a
l'artii.ij wishing the prescription ill please address
Rkv. KDWAlll, . WILSON,
yoctlf-ly Willianisliuiah, iiii county, New York.
FARMERS AND MILLER?.
WK MOST KKSPKCTFUliLT CALlj
the attention uf
FARMERS AND MILLERS
to Doylea Celebrated Model Pan, f -c'einsing all kind
Grain aud Beeds.fmm Vhilecaps.C ravel, Karthfllth. Smut,
Cockle. Cheat and other Inimirltivs ; Cleans Clover,
Klax and 'I imolhy Seed, without sifting. It supercede
all others, win re it ia known. Tlii" Si peiator ia extensive
ly naeil for Milling ' well ns f,ir Farming purposi s, iinOO
having been sold In Tenneesee and Vuginia in the last
three years, and it lias been avoided 110 first premiums.
It la made of the best material, ilr.m and Castings turn
ed.) it works easy. C ill at our simp in HlieatoWu and
examine for yourselves. Iird-ra solicited and promptly
attended to. Address DllYLK A JACUBS, Ithcatown,
) Beware nf imprmteis. the cvnnlne hssT. J. Doyle,
with date of Patent stunped upon thi in. We beg leave
to refer to KnoxvilicCity Mills, James II. Armstrong, and
all others that have them lu use,
Junelil-3m DOYLE A JACOBS.
HAVING ADMllWtTKKND IPO IV The
Esti if L D. Frinkliu. d. ceased, of Jefferson
County. Teunurscx, I hereby notify ail persons who may
have claims nainst said esii.'f to HI the same with me;
aud all wlioaie Indebted to the seme, will please call and
settle ImmediaUly. Address F. W. TAYLtm,
tnnelS-l'Jm lUiiMelvill. Tenn.
KOTK KXKf IJTKI) 15V THOMPSON
V Kirk to Charles Doug a fir fllty dollar,
iw) able on day nfier date, and dsted about the 9th r
loth of March, lain. Any ner-on linding said note will
be snilably rewarded by returning the same tn
JunvUjlt lltS. WtCLA??.
BACK TO THE OLD STAN h!
THE IIXDEHMOXED TAKES THIS
locthij nf iiiiik lu the public, ami to Ins old cui.1.
merageuerallv, that Ii .a lack at hie old atand,
THE BELL HOUSE,
aituated ou Main Street, in Knoxvillc. Those vnitisar
Kieixvillr on biislnms. as well a regnlir and trsnsient
boarders, will And thamsvlvt-scomfortaldn. and wrlltaaen
ear .ej at Ibis laraw and nmririi nt Uutvl. 1 ke tniibl
iug la convenient to basincs. to tho
and yet It la retired, ao as lo l quiet rooms large and
well ventilated, while ovorv aiteiitimi shall be arven to
gueat. (JnnrStr) JASIriS lirXL, PioprieUir.
COWAN, M'CLUiXG &C0'S.
BUY WHILE YOU CAN OkT IT.
VALLEY O F VIRGINIA
Paid tr Capital, , .... $300.C00 P0
J. S. VAN GILDER, Acbt,
JnnetS-lsa Knllle, Taa.
J f HBI8 LARD Oil. 10 BBXS. TAN
I tru iMivipiiiarx;
1 Kerveene or Oowl OH, at 1