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KNOXYILLE, TBKN, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1866.
UC U0XtUc 3ifhig HARDWARE.
STUM BOOK ANO 40B WMTMC ESTABUSHMENT
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
is rmuMu wctsxT
By BROWNLOW, HAWS
Terms of Sabaerlptio".
SI TXAB, parable liftfiiMf In dv.n J3 00
ICHT MONTHS. ! T 2
K eabscription U1 U recsived fr ! pcnod than Tour
butUMti cen made through h. Port Office, at the ri.k
f the Publishers, b the receipt of the Pntmartr is taken
fcr the amount forwarded. .
Ora.r. for cee of mnio must give Po.t Office, Coun
t and State to which the paper hat been and to be e. ut.
. 1 00
to those who advertise lib-
Bate of Advertising.
., t.n Uaea NonDareil. one insertion.
L.ttnaation of aam advertisement, 1 00
One square, fix months,
Ons square, par Dim,
Liberal discount will h made
Call on persons to become eandldntes will be inserted as
iber advertisements, to be paid for invariably in advance.
All advrtlsm.nts on which the number of inaertiona ia not I
arked, will be published till msii, andebarced accordingly. ;
Adv.rtis.ment will be considered due whn inserted, e.cept
abnee with w horn we keep rweular accounts.
No adv.rtis.mnt from a distance will be inserted unless ae
ompanUd by a remittance, except in cases where the adver-
User li known to be punctual.
W. W. WOODRUFF'S
SIGN OF TH BLUE PLOW,
Centre Store, Coffin Block,
TTAb JLtiT OPENED A NEW STOCK OF IIAKD
JLJL WARE, consisting of
THE KS OIHUE . WH 16.
Knoxville. Tenn.. February 21, 1866.
Decision of the Supreme Court.
MOSES HARYIL xa. THE STATE. ;
Tha plointifl' in arror was indicted in the Circuit j
Court of Smith county, at the July term, 18G5, for j
an assault upon one YYilliam Wright, (colored,)
with intent to commit murder in the first degree, j
. . . i . , r .1. , ......... . .... T .l t
ana at me same term in iiwwun nnnmiuuri,
pleaded not guilty, was tried and convicted, and
tento&ced to Bve years imprisonment in the peni
tentiary of the irtnte.
Motion, for a new trial and in arrest of judgment
were made and overruled, and the accused has ap
pealed to this court.
It is now insisted that the indictment docs not
give a sufficient description of the offense charged : !
In IDIS luat It UOo UUI pww on viiiuuicwuvvii
constituting the essential ingredient of the crime,
and is therefore insufficient; and that the Circuit
Judge erred in overruling the motion in arrest of
judgment. We do not think so.
Tho indictment contains two counts. The charge
on the first is, "that Moses HarviL, (colored,) on the
28th day of May, 1865, in the county of Smith, State
of Tennessee, did feloniously, and with maliceafore
though, assault William Wright, (colored,) with in
tent to commit murder in tho first degree, against
the peace and dignity of tho State.'
The charge in the second count is, " that Moses
llarvil, (colored,) on tho 25th day of July, 18G5, in
the county and State aforesaid, unlawfully and felo
niously, and with malice aforethought, did assault
"William Wright, (colored,) with intent to commit
murder in the first degree upon him, the siid Wm.
Wright, (colored,) contrary to tho form of the statute
in such cases, made and provided, and against the
poaee and dignity of the State."
In the case of tho State vs. Ladd, 2i Swan, 22G
'which was in indictment for unlawful and malicious
"hooting, this court said :
It is a general rule that whore an oll'ense is cre
Ttcd, or where it is defined and it punibhment en
larged by statute, that an indictment setting forth
the crime in the words of the statute is sufficient,
and, indeed, the safest and preferable mode of des
cription."' The statutory description of this otTense is in these
word6 : " Whoever shall, feloniously and with malice
aforethought, assault any person with intent to com
mit murder in the Erst degree." Sue. 4,620, code.
The charga in the indictment is in tho words of the
statute, with the addition of the word ''unlawfully,"
and this we think is sutlicient.
It has been holden in Maryland, says J udge Har
ris, in delivering the opinion of the court in the case
of Bloomer vs. the State, that in an indictment for
an assault with intent to murder, it is not necessary
to state the means, and to effect the purpose, the
facts and circumstances, showing the murderous in
tent, are matters of evidence for the jury, but need
not bo stated in the indictment," citing 2 Archibald,
The authority is directly in point, and we are not
prepared to eay it is not the law. To require in an
indictment more than a " substantial description of
the essentials of the crime imputed," says J udge Ca
ruthers, in delivering the opinion of the court in the
case of the State vs. Ladd, " only lend to faciliate
the escape of offenders from the just punishment of
their crimes, and should not be favored." And while
we would require in an indictment every particular
ity necessary for the protection of the accused and
the ends of a proper defense, we are unwilling at
this time, in view of the alarming prevalence of
crime in our country, to go further in shielding of
fenders, especially after they have, as in this case,
been pronounced guilty by a jury, by interposing
what mutt be regarded as mere technicalities, than
the stern and inflexible rules of law and a proper
administration of justice may demand.
There is no error in tho judgment of tho Circuit
Court, and it will be affirmed.
Attest: Jbse G. Feazer, Clerk.
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, dc.
ALL SIZES OF
BROWNLOW, HAWS fe CO
7 by V to 18 by 24.
a. H. M 33 H. S
will bo supplied with
AND ALL IMPLEMENTS
in their line at manufacturer's prices.
Arleinus Ward Insures Ills Life.
I kum to the konclusion lately that life war so on
sartin, that tho onlv way for me to stand a fair
chance with other foks, was to get my life ensured,
and so I called on the agent of Garden Angel Life
Insurance Company,"' and answered the following
questions, which war put to mo from tho top uv a
pair uv gold speks, by a sleek little man, with as fat
an old belly on him as eny man ever owned :
1st. Are you mail or femail ? If 60, state how
long you have been so?
2d. Are you subject to fits, and if so, do you have
more than one At a time?
3d. What is your fiteing weight ?
4th. Did you ever have any ancestors, and if so,
how much ?
5th. What is your legal opinion of the constitu
tionality of the 10 commandments?
th. Du you ever have eny night mares
7th. Are you married or single, or aro you a
f th. Du you believe in a future state 7 If you du,
state it ?
Pth. What are your pr; Vato seiilimenU about a
rush cn rats in a bod-can it be did successfully ?
10th. Hav you rver committed suicide, and if so,
now aia h sefn tn ffert vou?
' ..swerinsr txe aoove questions na.e a man
I have just received a large stock of
Which I will sell at manufacturers prices, compris
ing the following valuable machines
Uackeye Mower and Reaper Coin
Mned, Huckeje Mower Neiiior,
Buckeye Mower Junior,
"Victor'" Cane Mills, 3 sizes,
Cook's Copper Evaporator,
Western Corn Shcller, 2 sizes,
San ford's Straw Cntter,
Keutncky Cider Mills.
Th farmers of East Tennessee are offered a new
opportunity to obtain these machines at loss price
than they can bo furnished next season, as tho Gov
ernment give FREE THANSPOETATION.
FIVE BARRELS COAL OIL
and for sale, at wholesale and rc-
AND rUllCUASED ONE OF GORDON'S
flTTED UP A FIRST CLASS JOB PRINTING OFFICE
-CELEBRATED STEAM CYLINDER JOB PRINTING PRESSES, wo ure now prepared to do all kinds of BOOK AND
FANCY JOB PRINTING with neatness and despatch.
fee, &e.. Ac.
of till kinds Liuled and
"Printed to ;mv Tr'a.ttern.
BROWNLOW, HAWS & CO.
AT COST! AT COST!! AT COST!!!
ESLingis Old Ooirnoir
OUR IMMENSE STOCK OF
Bladk Snake Grass Scythe,
Dutch Grass Scythee,
Patent Snaths and Cradles.
in tno ,.nnflrmit! tha slepk little fat old man. with
Sol,! speks on, sed I was insured for life, and prob
ably would remain so for a term uv years. I thanked
him and smiled one uv my most pensive smiles.
Ois Dime Cioar. Try it. King's Old Cor
er. jan2-2ra J. U. FEbSENDEX & Co.
Five Cioabs at retail and wholesale, at King s
Old Corner. dec203m
Choice Tobacco xsd Cjgaks. A large and well
selected stock, at wholesale and retail, can be found
at King's Old Corner.
decl0-2m J. II. Fessede & Co.
STEEL PLOWS & CULTIVATORS.
DDMUI CAST PLOWS.
OLD TIME PRICES.
Two Horge, -One
AT COST! AT COST!!
Produce of all kinds taken in exchange for
TO CHANGE IB
VST Groceries; and Family Supplies of all kinds at low rates !
10,000 bushels COKX and 20,000 pounds HAGS wanted, for which the highest market price will be paid
Come one, coinc all, to KIXG'S OLD CORNER, opposite the Lamar House.
jr. ii. f
DRY GOODS, &c. BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
These Blown are made in Knoxville, and
Points or Mould-Boards can be had at any
10,000 pound CASTINGS, consisting
OVENS, BAKERS, POTS. Ac
at Wholesale and Retail.
200 bags of SHOT, at Cincinnati prices.
CARPENTER 1 MUNSON,
General Claim .A-gents,
J. B. CARPENTER,
Lieutenant and Adj utant lit Tennessee Light Artill-.-ry,
La le Lieutenant and Adjutant Sth Tennessee Cavalry.
7"OULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM
the citizens of East Tennessee that they have opened
an office in
for the Duroose of adjusting and collecting all classes of claims
j against the Government for supplies taken and informal vouch- j
ers given, and supplies taaen ana no receipts given, ana tor ;
services rendered. Prompt attention given to settlements of
officers accounts. Stoppage of pay removed, and certificates
of non-indebtedness obtained for resinged officers.
Reasonable prices charged.
Vouchers bought or collected at lowest prices.
Office 1st door South of Exchange Bank, Gay street,
Post Office Box 188. Knoxville, 'l'cnn.
References -Hon. W. G. Brownlow, Wen. A. C. Uillera, Col. L.
0. Ilouk, Capt. McHeish. sepStf
"War Claim Oillce.
WM. A. COCKRILL,
Cor. Main and Gay sts., over Exchange Bank, j
THE LADIES' BAZAAR.
On Gay Street, next door to Ocoee Bank,
Tho finest cstablisni'int ever opened iu this city.
' For the I'ist assortment of
of every description.
WARE, &c., Slc, &c.
Tee oLnpest and best Tobacco and Cigars in the
ity3 at King Old Corner.
. -3-2in J. U. FesseDIN & Co.
Jolta tiilbcrt vs. Charles Bustle.
N THIS CAUSE THE PLAINTIFF
A- sued out an attachment against the defendant for dam
ages, to the amount of five hundred dollar:, returnable to the
Circuit Court of Claiborne county, andaawder having been
sad by me that publication be made for four r ncccssive weeks
in Brownlow's Knoxville V.'hit, the laid defendant is therefore
hereby notified to attend betore the Judge of said court, at
th court house in Tasewell, on the second Monday of May
eext. tbea and there to defend said suit.
g. UODHES, Clerk.
Serena Brown vs. James C. Erown.
N THIS CAUSE IT APPEARS FROM
the lriff's return, which is on file, that th le-idence of
?he df !i.dant. Jamei C. Brown is unknown : xt is iner.ioie
-TdcrJ ly the Clerk and Master that r-ubiication be made for
f-.cr aneuaaiT wek in Brownlow V.'hi. requinnj tatd de-h-cdart
t-appear at the ne:t Special Term of the t hancery
Cosri f t lild at the court-house in Scierville. on the third
Mordav of March next, and answer the bill of comrlinl 61ei
afair't bin m said court, or it will be taken a confeMcd acd
at for brini ex parte.
janiMt M. T. THOMAS, C. A M.
CUA SCERF COUR TMOXTGOMER T.
Jrdiuiu.d AliiH.r, Adua'r uf Hour Ltruuitner, deo'd, and
Herman Sew ben, Guardian uf the Miuor Ueirs ot aid
Henry llrummer, dee d, v. Charlej tierding, Ueorge U.
Palh.iff and Anna II. Uerdinc.
TT APPEARING THAT THE DEFEN-
J. DAST8 In this cauae are non-midnt : It is ordered that
itablication ba madr according to law, notifying said defen
dants to appuar at the neit term of our Chancery Court, to be
ketd for tbe cuunty of Morgan, at the court house in Mont
goaoery. an tlw third Slouday ( April, Im, to pl-ad, answer,
or dessur t aaid bill, or lb aani will be art for hearing pro
cssfaw. jn41-4t JOHS H. BRIEST, C. M
5leon R. K-.rer vs. Alexander McClain.
PLAINTIFF, ON AFFIDAVIT,
X aaya tha defeaatie indtbtod to him. and ao absconds
thai process caBuofbe served upon bint having obtained
as original attachment arainst tbe estate of the defendant
made reisrnahU betora Hugh H. Gamble, a Justice or th
free for Bloaat county, and the aame bating been levied on
their property : It m orden-d by aaid J attic that the defen
dant anpear before him at his office in Blount county, on the
ota day ef March Beat, or it will be proceeded with ax
pane. K is farther ordered that this notice be published for
fonraacceasive works In Brownlow Whig.
Js31-4 HTGH H. GAMBLE, J. ?.
Buggy and "Wagon Tire Iron.
COOPERS' HOOP IRON.
Ladies' Furnishishing Goods,
The largest stock of
EMBROIDERIES, SILKS, MANTILLAS,
Shawls, Saques and Circulars,
A splendid assortment of
LADIES, MISSES", AND CHILDREN'S
SI . iJ. c h A. 3? I 1ST ,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Standard and Miscellaneous School Books,
FOR COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS,
KXOXVILI.E, TEX AT.
CAN SUPPLY SCHOOLS AND
COLLEGES with BOOKS of every description at short
notice, and on reasonable terms.
All orders accompanied by tho ca;h promptly attended to.
Also dealer in
WILL collect all claims against the Government for Quar- ;
master's and Commissary supplies, taken for the use of .
the army, vhcther rtetipttdfor or H-rf. '
Pay for Horse?, Fencing, &., taken or di-stroyed, will bo
Certificates of non-indebteduess procured from the different
departments at Washington for resigned or discharged officers, ;
and final settlements made.
Having business connections with most reliable agents in ;
Washington, 1 am prepared to prosecute all claims requiring I
practical knowledge and faithful care, speedily and on reason-
able terms. WM. COCKRILL,
P.O. Box 184. aug'itt Knoxville, Tenu. !
Eterj article connected with a first-class Dry Goods btore
always on hand in large varieties.
Trice, as low, if not lower, than at any other establishment
this sido of N;w York.
e-tall at the LADIES' II IZAAK, next door to
Ocueo Bank, for fashionable and cheap goods. jy5-tf
: STATIONERY, PENS,
Attorney at Law.
JOUN S. MURDOCH, j
Attorney at Law. j
Horse and Mule Shoes
Can be iurniished cheaper than j-ou tan buy
iron to make them.
GENERAL CLAIM AGENTS,
?S. D. I.. JIcCROSKr,
EVANS, GARDNER & CO.,
MPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
Gloves, Hosiery. &c,
o. 37 llroadway, Sew York.
In fact everything
SLATES AND PENCILS,
in the BUOK and STATIONERY liu.
M. P. CHAPIN.
P. O. Address, Box 274.
HARP OF COLOMBIA.
Tin old and rorcLAR
Prnsecnte and Collect Claims asrainst the j
United States, cf all Classes.
Special attention given to Claims against the Quartermaster
:w(f Cotnmissarv General s Departineu is. lor arucies ei
POWDER, CAPS, SHOT,
plies taken or furnished for the use of the army.
Pensions, Back Pay, Bounties and
t'.r door io Union Bunk.
Ofiec an Main Street,
Rifees io Hon.- Tho?. A. R. Xclon, Col. O. P. Tcinple, J.
and the members or the Knox county
MT. Tatterson, Esq..
Wholesale and Rertail"
Ua5" Reinemiber the place,
Centre Store, Coffin Block.
april 1 2-2 m
NEW GUN STORE.
WE ARE NOW RECEIVING A LARGE
Shot and Caps,
of all iiies,
Gams Rup. &a.
Which ww ofle at tb few: cr Uea.
STACrr, MA5KKE A CO.,
Cxra.v ef a y sad Comber la ad StrMta,
""tf v.der tna Lamar Bom.
1 Of H'.i or General crrERi tlnpent,
V , n ' vn V vn V IV I. in .mitt
5'abvil!', Tenn., t'. t. !th. 1'"-. I
OS and after Tu' day, Oct. l' ltS, and until fnrtuT ii"
"tice. rsfrenser Trains will rcn a follows :
NASHVILLE AND CHATTANOOGA LINE.
Li.ATE Xaahvillc for C'hattanoogi. ani al! pcint vnth at &
A. M. Arrivo at Chattanooga at r.:iJ p.
Returning Leave Chattauco-a at 'A" .. m. Anive at
j yiafhville at 5:1j r. M.
, Shelbyville Accommodation, leave Naslivn.c o l r. ji.,
I arrive at Shelbyville at 7:2J P. M.
I Returning Leave Sh-lbyville at i:i a.m. arrive at y.:5
' a. n.
I NASHVILLE AND N0RTHVESTEKN LINE.
Leave Sshvillo for Johnsonvillo, and all points West and
Northwest, at 6 r. ., arrive at JohnsonvilU at 11 r. Jt.
J Returning Lave Johnonvi!!e 1:50 . a., arrive at "aU
' ville at 6.5u a.m.
; Trains on N. and X. M'. Kaitroaut connect at Johnsuuville
with first class line of ?teamcrs fer Taducah, Cairo and St
Trains stop at all mterm"diatc point..
I WM. P. ISXFS, Gen l Snp t
i S. C. and JJ. ft X. W. Railroads.
of all tiz and I'ncoa,
Belts od Holsters,
M. P. CM ITH.
ISAAC JOSEPH &
Corner of flay and Alaia Street,
' PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPA- ;
NY'S THROUGH LINE TO CALI-
j Touching at Mexican Ports, and carrying .
! the United States Mail. j
LEAVE PIER No. 43, NORTH RIVER, !
foot cf Canal strrt, at 12 o'clock noon, on the 1st, Iltli
! itii -;i .rriMMiih. frxcent when those diitpi fall on
; Snndav, and then on tho preceding Saturday fur ASMS- ;
I WALL, connecting via Panama Railway, with one of the ;
i Company's St. amships from Panama or PAN FR.'CISC0
' touching at ACAPl'I.CO.
: lt HENRY OHALNCET. Captain Orty,
CO LO R ADO, C pt . Wat kins.
lnti.AXLANTlC. Capt. Maury, cun.tin
MEN TO. Capt. Caverly.
; jt NEW YORK. Capt. Homer, connecting with CONsTlTt.
' HON, Capt. Farnsworth.
Departures of tho 1st and 21st connect at Panama with
Meamers for SOI TU TAtl f'lO PORTS. Thoc of 1st touch
THROrGH PA'tA'T. LilLI IN crBRtXCT.
Eir.-t Cabin, ; 300
Second Cabin. 200
Storage, : - lOO
A discount of ONE QUARTER from steamers' rates allowed
to second cabin and steorag'i passengers with families. Also,
an allowance of ONE UCAJtl'ER on through rates to clergy
men and their families, and school teachers ; soldiers having
honorable discharges, HALF FARE.
One Hundred Pounds Bagjage allowed each'adult. Baggage
masters accompany bagggo through, and attend to ladies and
children without male protectors. Baggage received on tbe
dock the day before sailing, from steamboats, railroads and
pusseugers who prefer to send down early.
An experienced surgeon on board. Medicine and attendance
A Stenmer will be placed n the line January 1, 198G, to run
from NEW ORLEANS to ASP1N W ALL via HAVANA.
For pxsango Tickets or further information, apply at the
Company's ticket office, on the Wharf, FOOT OF CASAL
STREET, NORTH RIVER, NEW TORK.
janluBta W. G. BELLOWS, Agent.
AS LATELY BEEN RE-PUBLISH-
ED, and ran be h.vl in any quantities of
31. P. CHAPIN,
Gay Street, Knoxville, Tennj
ATTORNEY AT LAW
United States Claim
DRUGS! DRUGS!! DRUGS!!
j CAUct'.Kj firomftf! attended la in nil the (',( y
I PROSECUTES all kinds of Claims
i -L against the Government; also.
Pension, Bounty, Back Pay. ac, uu IM triend of i
1 ceased soldier.
Government voucher bought er collected on Pit best tnns
Informal claim corrected and collected for horses, foragu
and property taken.
Also, collect pay for negroes enlisted in he army belonging
to loyal citizens.
He has record of the death ef all East Tennessee soldiers.
woo nave aiea oeionging to ine colon army, lie desire to see
all persons who drew a pension at tbe breaking out of the rebel
lion who have been loyal ; when the soldier died leaving a will
ow, she is entitled, if no widow.he children, if no children, the
father, if no father, the mother. c. The fees In Ibis class of
cases is Dve dollars, and one dollar and ftty cent for each cer
tificate. He refers to 6 en. S. P. Carter, Dr. Brownlow, Co?. John Wil
liams, John Baxter, O. P. Temple, Ssml R. Rodgers and Judge
Otficc in basement story of th Court House. reayltvf
TROWBRIDGE & CJiLDVELL,
Office in rear of the Cuurt House.
Esmmmm, tmm, j
KXOX VILLE, TEX ESS EE.
Uri'J!tL'. -tioveiaiT Wiu. G. Ulotthlvw. jitulOtf
EDWIN !S. loL.VTS',
Attorney at Law,
( COLLECTS ALL CLASSES OF PRI-
V VATE and novt-rnmoot clainiii. bVfir. h i.
lion. Secretary Stanton. Gov. Brownlow
pr-mo Court ..f Mirfaignn, and MaJ. fn
V m. It. I1&7.. n.
His Views, Opinions and Reflections
on the Rebellion and
THIS UNIQUE VOLUME WILL
contain the entirecolWtion of 'PrTnoi.rr V. N4r's"
contributions to the press throughout the country, and much
new matter haretofore unpublished.
" Naby" personates the pator of the "NewLiht Demo
cratic Church," and his letters and sermons purport to give an
inside view of the principles of the Democratic party, written
in the most grotesque, serio-comic style.
rowsing extraordinary interest from its ori-.inaiitv. wit
and S-iReAMic STTt r, tb" pple of th-West will not fail to
give a large circulation to this work of a Wesfrn Genius.
The work will be vM
Solely ly Subscription.
In Every State and County of the United
R. W. CARROLL A CO.,
Addrete ail coiflmuuiattviv to
JOXF.FSI I.. TOPIIAM cV CO.,
i. B. Our cooiD) iuiou to aifents are more liberal than
those cf any other firm in America. nov29-3ni
. H. BTJRKHARDT,
AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
190 Main Street, between Fifth and Sixth,
. Consignment Solicited. . JaoTTtf.
r?OR OUR GREAT NATIONAL WORK
L THE STANDARD HIST0RT OF THE WAR, contain
inz a full, autbeutic and reliable account of th "great con-
flict," from it commencement to it close. Complete la on
very large volume, of over l,0ou page; containing reading
mutter eaual to three laree royal octavo volume cpendidly
illustrated with over 123 fine portrait of General and battle
This 1 just the book the people want. It present a rare
l..nM fnr Imnti TMrh.n nrcti Vontlff BUB. a&d eP-
cially returned and disubled officer and soldiers, in want of
profitable employment, will nna li pecaiiariy vapm .w
Mtnrfitiitti Snri for circn lin end see oar term. Addree
JONCa BROTHERS A CO.. ltf West Fourth treet, Clncin
J. S. MATTHEWS,
Attorney at a v,
WILL practice in'the eocrts of StcMinn and adjouing
eonnties, and in the Supreme and Fed. rid coarts at
WM. H. OWEN,
Lira cul. . m. .
CORfl'IX, OIVEA' t H'IIO.,
JOHNSTON, CORWIS A 1'INNL'LL,
Attornejs & CoimscIIors-at-Iiaw,
AND SOLICITOES OP CLAIMS,
OJlee, 222 F Street, near Treasury Building,
WASHINGTON. 1. C.
Will practice in the Supreme Court of tbe United Htaies, the
Court of Claims, and the Coarta af the District of Colambia.
ParticuUtr attention jrteon to CLAIMS and
DEPARTMENT BZ SIS ESS.
OFFICERS ACCOUNTS ADJUSTED. augiJtf
JUSTUS I. MeCAltTY,
Attorney & Counsellor at Law,
WASniXGTOX, 1. c.
ILL GIVE PROMPT ATTENTION
iinua, and th various Executive Departments.
Retirs to Honorable U. M. Rice, M. S. Latham, Jeremiah
S. Black, J. A. McDongal, Alex. Ramsey, V. S fSenators; Wm.
Kellog, Robert J. Walkor, B. F. Granger, W. A. Hall, Wm.
Windoni, J. B. S. Todd, .Members of Con-res-; Wm. B. Mac
lay, N. y. G. L. Becker, Minn.. Charles Hu;:he., N. Y., R. J.
Baldeman, Esq., Pa., Col. ii. W. Ewing, Ind. novl-r.m
G. Cl.AT SMITH.
'. f. IVILC'JS.
SMITH & WILCOX.
At.orncys&Counsellors at Law,
OFFICE ON JIADION STREET,
Belwpon 5th and 6th,
"tlT'LL practice in the Circuit Courts. Court ui Appeal
Federal and Supreme Courts of the I'nited Stat .
frO" Claim or every character promptly attended to.
During the wintor. Mr. Wilcox will be found at the office in
Covington. Mr. mith will attnd to business in Washington.
NATIONAL CLAIM AGENCY.
D lIi:i.S A SHERWOOD,
Military and Naval Agents,
28 President's Square,
Next dour to Gen. Augur's Headquarters,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
WE ARE I'ROSECUTING CLAIMS
against the ( sited States Government for property ta
ken or destroyed by the army. We collect or purrlia-w a
kinds of Quartermaster's Vouchers.
We settle Officers' Account-), remove Stoppage, of Pay, col
lect Claims for Horses lost in the Service. W also ebtain
Pensions, collect Back Pay, Bonnty and Prize Jloney. We
require no advance fee, and make no charge except wo suc
ceed. Local Agon ts throughout the country will find it to
their advantage to correspond with us.
J. DANIELS. II. L. SHERWOOD.
Late Captain I". S V. Late Q. M. l V.
BnBirr. Hun. Alex, fiamsuy, C. S. Senator fromMin.,
non. R. E. Fenton, Governor of New Tork. Hon. R. V.
Whaley, if. C. from Western Virginia, Major-General IVp".
AI.KX. . RRaDLFT.
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BRADLEY & PEABODY,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
P. O. Bos, 1148. NASHVILLE, TEXX.
Will give special attention toclaims for Pension, Uark
Pay, Horses and othr property lo.t in th United States
Mr. Bradley's former experience, while engaged in the I . S.
TREASURY DEPARTMENT in adjusting claims, and Mr.
Peabody's recent connection with tbe PENSION OFFICE as
an examiner of rlaims for the past two years, iusurv a tho
rough knowledge of the Law, Rules and Practic, governing iu
h'Et'EIW!iCS by express pvriuie-ion : lliiefJusticoChase,
Senator Fe.senden. Hon. Jos. II. Barrett, Commissioner ot
Pension. Washington, D. C, Jov. Brownlow. Hon. Horaee
Maynard, Hon. John Trimble, Nashville, Tenn. janl'J-3m
ILEMING & RIJOOKS,
t. K.soxvjLir, li.sy.
The undemKued have Ihi. 'lay entred into partnership
tho practire of l aw, in th- State and Federa:nrf for F.at
Orricr S.'iith-wr-t corner of th court-lions. . nrt fl..r.
Decemlvr 1st. W. JNO. M: FLKMIN)-.
janlOtf E. J. BROOKS.
DR. A. B. TADLOCK,
CURGEON AND PHYSICLVN,
k Otk r (Jay street, three doors South of Main trcet,
A.voA viLir, ti:s.
JOHN W. PAXTON, M. D.,
1 RESPECTFULLY OFFERS HIS Pro-
J-V FESSIONAL SERVICES to the citizens of Knoxville
and viciuity. Dr. Paxton returns his sincere thanks to his
patrons, and hopes to merit a continuance of the same.
Rrsiur.sCK on Church Street, iu the house formerly orcupi"!
by Mr. M. Nelsou, nearly opposite the residence of the late
JuL: Alexander, where he can be found, nnl-es prof sionally
absent. Orders left at the business bou of Mr. W. U. til
lard, will be promptly attended to. nov20-3ia
FRANK A. RAMSEY,
(Late of Knoxville,)
No. 5 Adams Street,
ng2tf TIH.tIPHI. Tt.V.V
W. It, SEVIER, 31. 13.,
Office, "West aide of Broadway, 2d door below 3d t
irSS-tf Oi'noinTtati. Ohio
THE STEAMER CHEROKEE.
WM. C. BENEOAR, Captain.
'THE NEW and LIGHT Draft Steamer
I CHEROKEE, 75 Ton Burden, will ran between Chatta
nooga and Knoxville ; Knoxville and Dandridge ; Knoxville
and Rogersville ; Knoxville and McOhae's Ferry, on Little
Tennessee Biver, and from Chattanooga to Month of Powell
River, np Clinch River, Hiwassee, Emory, Sail Creek, Soddy,
and all other tributaries above Muscle shoals, for pasMuje
and freicht. apply on board, o to Ateasr. Kennedy a Bro., on
Mais Street, Knuivllle, and Fisner Lowe, Cbattaaaoga,
DR. JAMES RODGERS,
Gay St., hkt. Ccmberlasi and Churu",
Wliui.o'e and Retail Dealer la
AND VARNISHES t
. A large Stock at
WIUTK LEAD, ZINC, LINSEED OIL, CARD-32T
OIL. CASTOR OIL, OLIVE OIL, LARS
OIL, TASJflBS OIL
Also, a large Stock ef
P-i.t . Marfciiig, Varnish, Thitewasb, lTair and I ...flv.
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
I nltf... Vmato, Logwood chipped and ' ,
Mad kr. Blue Vitroil, Cud Bar.
OF EVERY STYLE AND SIZE.
1 X 8TEUMENTH.
Tro.w. Cupping Glass,
F'r ,es- Breast Pnmpo,
lilacs and Rubber Syringe, Cork Screws,
SujKntlary ilandiies. Lance.
I'toe Apple. Rai-Krry,
PLTRE WIKES AND LiaTJOBg,
For Medloinsl purpose.
French llrandr, Sprklinir Caiaba Wta ,
Citaha " liell'g Whisktr,
c'?"'"' Pure Old Bonr'bon,
Blackborrv Wine, Hosttter" Bitten,
.Malaga Drake's -
Port Bull" -
Slu-rry " old Tom Oia.
PI1.I.S! PILLS!! PILLS!!!
Phaion's Sight Blooming Cereus, Odor of opening Flowers
Lnbin' Jockey Club, Wild -
" Patchouly, Rosea,
Geranium, X. Basin's qneea of flowers fti.
v u ?"r,;,.Bn',r' Burnett's Oriental Tooth Ws-k
Van Bukirks fragrant Sotodont, for preserving tn. Teeth
Ayer's Sarsaparilla, Jaynes' Carminatirs,
Cherry Pectoral. Dr. Wm. Hall's Balaam.
" Ague Cure, YVhitcomb's Asthma Rcmr !
Jayns' Alterative, Brown's Jamaica Ginge-,
Ir. Wistar s Baleam Wild Cherry,
llelinboldt'K Fluid Kxtraet of Buchu, Ac, &e.
Nerve and Boue,
l)r. John Lull's Worm Candy, Jlrs. Winslow'a gooth. '
fcyrup, K. R. Relief, Frey's Vermifuge, Fahnst.ek'i
UTtniiugo, McLiin's Vermifuge, ;Lyon'i Kathar...,
o.jd s JJair Re.orativo, Godfrey's Cordial, Whitney
Liquid Opadu!doe, Crown's Brochial Troches and L !.
hue : Barnett's Cocaine, Kalliston, and Castorine, P..
Killer, (largiing Ui!, Ac.
PRESCRIPTIONS A CCVRA TEL Y PREPARED.
Dr- R- can be consulted professionally st t'i
Dru- Srorc during business hour?, and at his re.idcr.
orner of Cumberland and Locust SrceN, at other h'.m ,
when nut profehmally absent. augO it
NEW DRUG STORE!
S. I). 31f i CHELL & CO,
Ouc door South of tbe Post Office,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE ASSORT
Drugs, Medicines, Dye Stuffy
WINDOW GLASS, &c,
Pure "VVines niul Ijiquor-;
f r tncdieinal purposes.
Bazin's White Pond Lilly Extract,
Bazin's ;ccn of Floweri,
Bazin's Amber llair Oil,
Bazin's Pond Lilly Pomade.
PHALON'S fflGHT BL002IIJIO CESEUi
A flue assortment of
A good aurinicr.t of HAIR, T00TII, NAIL '!
Accurately eoicpoundwl at low rates from 4h bes '
Chemicals, Tinctures and Drugs.
IKf" Keinember, we sell at tbt lowest ratea
Drugs, Chemicals, Wines, Liquors, F ji'
fumeries, Toilet Articles,
&c &c, &c.
N. I. HI TC II ELL, Sc Co.,
mi'2-ti Gat Stbut, Ksoxtiims, Taav.
B. J. STErtlESSO.f.
W. B. DAkH 'W
STEPHENSON & DARROW,
(Snece-wrs to E. M. B. Timoiiey A Co.,);
Main Street, Opposite tbe Court House,
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM.
f the eitiiene of Knoxville and East Tennessee, that they
are now in receipt of a 'ew and Fresh Stock of
Drugs and Medicines,
AIo keep en hand
and SPIRITS TURPENTINJC,
In any nantitiee. We hav How A Ctsveaa' aad J. H. D-w4
CEEEBR.1TED DOMESTIC DYES,
Which we oft., to the public generally.
Merchants, Phy.iciana and Dealers, wuoll well le lrsaa
ceil bebre baying elsewhere. novljtl
rRAXCIS M. STUBS.
Oaac h. tatlo:
SUIRE, ECKSTEIN 4 CO.,
Northwest comer 4tk 4 Vhma Seav,
aprii2-tf Cajilennail, Oil