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Knoxville, Tenn,, February 21, 1868.
he lamentable occurrence of
Tuesday week," said Chancellor Eodgers
to us on yesterday, "there has not been
more tranquility in this and the surround
ing counties, or. a better feeling between
whites and blacks 6ince I begdn the practice
of the law hero thirty-five years ago.'"
Said he, " never were the blacks more
kindly treated and I never knew the people
more thrifty and industrious." Judges
Hall and Swan, of the Circuit Court, who
were present corroborated these Btatcmcnts.
If our old friend General (Jillem thought
the sending of an additional force here nec
tary to prevent violence he was altogeth
er mistaken, and if he now thinks that the
protection of any class require this place to
be garrisoned by any troops, he is equally
If you have any doubts about this, Alvin,
come to Knoxville and see for yourself.
The 6tring of our latch (cut from our
IMorritlown halter) is out and we have
pome of the Lemonade we gave you when
The IIttna. Just bcfre the shooting of
Col. Dyer, his murderer amused himself by
poking his gun against Rufus Jones, of
Friendsville, Elount county. Doubtless
the ecoucdrel'a desire was to kill him. and
his object to provoke Mr. Jones to do or -ay
f-omcthing. Mr. J. being a Quaker, offered
no resistance ; had he done K). perhaps he
would have sharvd tb.u fate of poor Dyer.
"We trust that, ht-roiilcT, tlioe in authori
ty will fxcrciVc some discretion in the se
lection of sentinels or patrols who are
brought in hourly contact with our people.
May the Good Lord deliver us from such
Hyenas as the murderer of Col. Dyer.
Since the above was written, we have
been informed on unquestionable authority
that the murderer of Dyer resisted Capt.
W. A. Wainwright, when he attempted to
arrest him by sticking his bayonet at him
and threatening him.
1; . A CIECULAE. . ,
FELLOW CITIZENS OF KNOX COUNTY, HAV
IS3 loit wy baaltb, and my ability to labor for the
iupport of my family, I bow com bofora yon as a oan
didat;for Tax Collector at tha enraiog March election,
and JfI should ba your vboioa for the office, I would be
thankful for your mpport, and will honestly 11 the office
to the beat of my ability. I am not able to go round
the county to fee the people, I come to yoa in thia
little circular, asking yon for your rapport at the ballot
box, and if I caa be elected I will be yourf truly,
jan.31-4t. G. J. J. DL'XX.
Quotations for Southern Bank Notes.
EXCHANGE & DEPOSIT BANK,
i Bank of Chattanooga 18 eU
TWENTr-SECOND OF FlBRUARV CONVEN
TION. The list of names published of del
egates from this county to the Nashville
Convention ii very numerous, including
"many of the supporters of Lincoln and
Johnson. Several of those who were pub
lished as delegates, have told us it was done
without their authority or knowledge, and
that the' don't sympathize with what they
understand to be the objects of thon? who
will control this Convention.
Jfzwb Items. "We tee it staled thai a wealthy
gentleman of New York, Las purchased the gov
ernment building on Lookout Mountain, for the
purpose of estRblifhing an institution of learning
General Sweeny nnd President Kobert, of Feni
an notoriety, visited Nashville lnt week, and ad
drejscd a largo and enthusiastic audience at Iho
A class of fifty ttudeuu in the Medical Depart
ment of the Nashville University, graduated and
received their diploma last wevl it being the first
class that has graduated s ince the war.
The Virginia Legislature hiis endorsed a petition
for the pardon of R. M. T. Hunter.
Gov. Morton of Indiana, whose health, as is
known, has been precarious for some time, visited
ParU. where he underwent medical treatment, and
his numerous friends will rejoice to loarn that his
health has grettly improved, lie has now gone to
Great excitement prevails in the neighborhood of
Burksville, Ky., on the "He'1 question.
False Rumors. A rumor has been extensively
circulated, and has obtained some credit, that Gen.
Joeeph A. Cooper was present, urging the mob to
hang the negro who shot Col. Dyer last week. Gen.
Copper whs in Campbell county at the time of the
hanging, having gone there on the previous day.
r The Sham Baltic ore CcnfereccS .
'In Mtrch, 1861,- a majority et the tninUteri of
the Baltimore Conference declared thume2 with
drawn from the Jurisdiction 'of the General Confer,
ence of the Methodist Episcopal Church- Nearly
all of theee minister:, during the war, were hut up
within the lines of the enemy in Virginia. Some of
them became offleeri in the rebel army, and nearly
all of them were Iborooghly committed to the cause
of the rebellion. It was hoped by many lantruine
people that, with the downfall of rebellion and sla
very, these brethren would eeek to return to their
old ecclesiastical relations, and that strife might
cease with the cessation of its causes. This has
turned out to be a shallow view. It placed undue
reliance on the sword, and made insufficient account
of. human pride and long-fostered prejudices. The
sabre has no power over the heart; it mav coerce
legislation in the State, but religion is eminently the
fpbere of sentiment and conviction. It is sincere, '
or warse than nothing. j
Hence, with all the eagerness of the Southern :
Mates to resume their places m the Union, bouthern
Christians show but little, if anv. inclination for fel
lowship with their Christian brethren of the North.
The war had no sooner ended, than a thousand pens
leaped from their inkstands to prognosticate and
glorify the dawnine reunion of Ion? or recently
sundered ecclesiastical organizations. The old
Methodist Episcopal Church, we are frank to con
fess, developed a great deal of hope in this direction,
and many of the noblest and broadest minded of
her people and clergy had gorgeous visions of her 1
fufnm tipn r- r A C ft.... i 1 . . 1 !
simple, and, in the excitement of victorv, quite
natural. They said : " The rebellion is over : the
slave is a man ; North and South must live toeeth
cr: our Political iriKtitutinriR must. b n riKtnt iilv
... . . ! a . i ii : i j o i : f" ......
similar; what now remains to keep us apart 7 ' : V?n bu.U8 wuiV, . .
ine true answer was and is: Nothing but the heart.
But the heart, in realitv, is every thine It made
the war, and. if it coul l have a certainty of success,
it wouia matte anotber to-morrow. We may nave
whatever we can wrest by force, but the heart
chooses its own companions, and does cot choose us.
They can no more come to us at present, on the
ground of hearty loyalty and hostility to slavery,
than we can go to them on the basis of disloyalty
and love of slavery. The one is just as much im
possible as the other: each alike would demand 'a
thorough change of heart.
I he position of the Southern Methodist Episcopal
Church is precisely that of the sham Baltimore Con
ference. Our Church has come out of the war with
the consciousness of having taken a sublime part in
crushing rebellion and destroying slavery, and she
feels it to bo an essential part of her calling to main
tain hearty and loving loyalty to the United States
Government, and to do all in her power to aid in
elevating those who have been delivered from bon
dage. These threat ideas she can not let die; they
must be pjken in deeds and in sacrifices. They are
even now realizing themselves in vast missionary
appropriations, and increasing missionary labors in
the South. The sham Baltimore Conference antag
onizes us at both of these points. They heartily
hate the Government of the United States, and sub
mit to it only as a dire necessity. Their " hearts arc
in the coffin'' of the dead rebellion. They wear,
like the monks of the olden time, sackcloth beneath
their under garments, f.r their perished idol. As to
slavery, with the re?t of tho South, they may acqui
esce in its destruction, but where are their conces
sions to the manhood of the freedmen ? Neither
loyalty nor slavery must bo so much as named in
Now, this being the case, the sham Baltimore
Conference ought to remain just where it is. To
come to us in its present frame of mind, would bo
to bring weakness and discord. In what was once
the border, the Church needs especially to bo dis
tinctly pronounced. The wave of loyalty and lib
erty mutt roll onward, not backward. Nothing
must trammel or check the free action of the Church.
The sympathizers with slavery and rebellion in the
border will be both happier and more harmlefS in a
church based on rebellion and slavery than among
us. The sham Baltimore Conference is the appro
priate home of rebels and lovers of slavery. In
many places in tho border there are persons still
hanging on to the church of their fathers by their
eyelids. An earnest thanksgiving for victory, or for
the removal of slavery, makes them nervous ; at
every patriotic allusion iu tho sermon, their heads
go down like a duck diving at the Sash of a gun.
If the preacher has the fear of man before him in
stead of the fear of God, ho yields to the menace of
look, of gesture, of withheld wages, and some
wretched hybrid, neither fish nor flesh, is saved, but
at what a vast expense of independence, of purity,
of power, of self-respect, and of better people who
are kept away by such guilty weakness ! Whoever
loves and bemoans rebellion or slavery, let him find,
as quickly as may be, a congenial home in the sham
Baltimore Conference : slavery and rebellion are the
sole meaning of its distinct existence.
The transparent honest)- ol our brethren in the
Valley would bo a little aided by a simple explana
tion or two. For example, when they denounce
polities, tbey ought, in candor, to say that they mean
loyalty, Union, and liberty;" that they differ from
us in nothing else. When they call themselves the
Baltimore Conference, after having withdrawn from
the General Conference of the Church to w hich the
Baltimore Conference belongs, they ought to explain
that the name is retained out of love to the old po
litical church from which they have fled. X. Y.
Middle Tennessee ,
" West Tennessee
Anrusta Insurance and Banking Company. .
minded of ! Bank of Augusta
Bank of the State of Georgia....
City lUnk of Aucustr
Farmers' and Mechanics'
Georgia Railroad and Banking Company ..
Merchants' and Planters' Bank
j Planters' Bank
Timber Cutters' Bank
Bitik of Cape Fear
Charlotte : . . :
I " Lexington
" North Carolina
" ' Thomaaville
" Wadesborouglu ,
i " Wilmington
" Yanceyville ,
I CommerciHl Bank, Wilmington
j Farme-V Bank of North Carolina
: Greensborough Mutual Insurance Company
Merchants' Bank, Newbern
1 Miners' and Planters' fank
JONESBORO FEMALE COLLEGE.
YVL RE-OPEN ON TUESDAY,
Feb. 20th. Session At month.
' TUITION PM SIS8I0S.
8rUing and Beading..-. YW.V'V
The mm with Primary Geography aad Arithmetic
. 13 00
All other branche (except liosic) - 20
Mnsieon Piano or Guitar - 25 00
Contingent Expense per half term.. 1 00
Payment for Half Session inrarlably In advance. Jfo de
duction for absence except in ease of protracted illness. Da
ring the present term Boys will be admitted to the lower clas
ses on the same conditions as Girls.
Board in good families from $3 to 5 Pcr,w?- For further
particulars addresa- (febl-2t) J. rOYE, President.
MASONIC FEMALE INSTITUTE,
THIS INSTITUTION CONTINUES
JL successfully under the Trusteos and the direction of A.
E. BLl'M, A. B., Principal, and Miss S. C. CHAXBEB
LIX, Preceptress. ...
The Musical Department is entirely under the control of
Prof. JOSEPH WASSAMER. who taught so long and success
fully in the Mary Sharp College. Ess ahuity as a Musician,
and his success are so well known, that further commendation
The Long Session commences Jantary 3d, and continues till
the middl-of June, ltlotS, six months.
Tuition for three months, iMMnaWif ' ateee.
Pair. Cl.'. Reading, Orthography, Geography, Grant-
mar, Arithmatic anu x-ngiwu disposition
Forum Claw El. Algebra, Ad. Composition, Natural
IlitM-T Arithmetic and Latin
Thibd Claos Botany, Satural Philosophy, Ad. Algebra,
Sph. Trig, and Latin
JrsioR Clam chemistry, Pbvsiolot'y, Auronomy, Ta-
1t's Thsolosy. Gcogrsphy oi me itouv-
ens and Latin ,
JrMut ( i.ai History of Civilization, Mental and Mor
al Philosoph, Englbh Literature, Geolo
gy, Logic. jbTiaene? ,
Analogy and Latin......
Mnk, French and Drawing extra.
A Drawing Class will be formed tte coming Session nnd-T
the instruction of Mrs. BLUNT.
Latin throngh the whole Collegiati) Course.
Board in good families on the moat reasonable terms.
J-JAMDEN SIDNEY ACADEMY,
An English and C lassical School for young men and boys.
dcc!3-tf Address J. K. PATNE, Principal.
iu It t (in If of
Virginia '. 10iT5
South Carolina 12R5
Tennessee Bonds and Canyons W
These quotations are for notes dated before the war, and of
denominations of 5's and upwards, are liable to fluctuations
and cannot be relied on for any length of time. We will buy,
sell, and tflect exchange with banks or individuals on commis
sion. Special quotations will be given whenever desired.
To tin- Iaionic Fratercit),
COMMITTEE APPOINTED BY
the Masonic Fraternity uf Cl"veland Lodge, Ko. 134, we
: are authorized to solicit all Lodges, Brother Masons and friends
of education, the most hearty co-operation and active interest
j in the Important enterprise of giving; the young ladies of our
; State, snd th surrounding rountry, a most thorough, practical
i and useful education. .We know we have every advantage and
! convenience for maintaining and establishing one of the first
I schools in tho country, as cheap, good and beneficial as else
In coniKCtiun with our Lodge we Lave a most excellent Fe
male Institution, controlled by a board of efficient Trustees,
and the most thoroughly competent teachers. This institu
tion was chartered with collegiate powers in 156, under the
title cf "Masonic FemaleJInstitute," and it commands a wide
influence. It is our duty as Masons and our most earnest de
sire to make its influence virfo-and its advantages felt through
out the country.
Tbo education of young ladies must be attended to, and who
is more worthy to reap the benefits of our efforts than our own
daughters and our own families T By a united effort of all
Lodges and'Brotber Masons we can and mutt have name.
Our Lodge is flourishing, and our Institute also, but we want
to make our young ladles competent to occupy any and every
position appropriate to their sphere. We have every facility
for their accommodation and most ttoroueb education. Our
town is easy of access from all pointa healthy and composed
The students are well
i careu lor vy tut leaciiers auu tueir neaitn careimiy iroaea ai
! ter. Ottr course of study is thorough. No labor or means are
spared to make every one not only accomplished but her edu-
tion uefnl to herself andjfotbera.
j As Masons and friends of education, we most be active, en
I ergetic and progressive to keep ears nhead and above other in
' stitutions of our section.
January 1st, 106, the Masons made an appropriation for
charitable purposes. Five daughters of Master Masons, de
ceased, are provided for, and it ia the intention of the Lodge
to make provisions for as many more as soon as the finances of
the Fraternity will justify them in S3 doing.
An excellent boarding house is established near the Insti
tute, for the accommodation of all those coming from abroad.
The terms are no reasonable that the complaint of high board
and requested to announce the name ""; .n"f" "? btat'e t0 ngto our school,
a candidate Tor the office of County ! in the Musical DcpartmeU Prof. Joseph W as...
lg March election. janlOtde ' wn0 s fo wel1 known to deed commendation, lie is a
We ar- iinthoriaed and requested to announce th
namefof JOHN T. CLIBOCRSE, of 2d District, for Tax Col
lector, at the next March election. frb'21-tde':
BtJT" We are anthorixed and requested to announce M. W.
HVFFAKER, Esq., a a candidate for lhe office of Tax Col
lector, at the ensuing March election. febTtde
KB" We are authorized and requested tu announce J. cf g0od society and good churches,
GIFFIN at a candidate for the office of County Trustee, at the ,, , K ,t. irh, .nA ,i,.i
ensuring March election. feb7tde.
tPr We are authorized and requested to announce W. L:
COTTRELL, as a candidate for the office of County Trustee,
aOhc ensuing March election. jan24tdc
ixr We are authorized and requested to aunonnce II. BAR
RY es a candidate for re-election as Trnstee of Knox county,
at the ensuing March election. Janl7tdec
SST We are authoriied and requested to announce M. D.
BEARDEN as a candidate for r-clecti n to the office of Sher
iff for Knox county. janl7-0t
0?TWe are authoriied and requested to announce the name
of W. H. SWAN, as a candidate for re-election to the office of
Tax Collector, at the ensuing March election. janlntde
0 We are authorized
of TITOS. I. GAL'LT, as
Court Clerk, at the entuing
HT We are authoriied and requested to announce F. P.
BISHOP, as a candidate fi r tic-omceof Tax Collector, at the
ensuing March election. jau3tde::"
CV We areauthorixed and requested tu announrcthe nam"
of ANDREW KNOTT, Esq., as a candidate for Tax Collector,
at the ensuing March election. decide
OSr Wc arc anthorixed and requested to announce S. 11.
SMITH as a candidate for the ojfice of Circuit Court Clerk, at
the ensuing March election. Jec20-tde0
9T We are authorized aud requested to announce JAMES
L. TURNER, late of tliR 6th Tennessee Infantry, a candidate
for the office of Tax Collector for Knox county. dec20tde
Vip-Weare authoriied and requested to auuounre I. P.
ALLET f-r the office of Tax Collector for iiuox county.
C-i" We are authorized and requested to announce Major
WILL. R. McBATH, (late 2d Tenn. Cavulry) a candidate for
the office of Circuit Court Clerk t Knox county, at the en
suing March election. octlE'tde
WS-Weure authorized aud requited lo announce WIL
LIAM RULE es candidate fur Couuty Co'irt Clerk, at the en
suing March cl-ctiou. i-pOUe
CJWe are anthorixed aud requested t" ann-'iiner the nam'1
of HENRY C. TARWATER, aa candidate for Tnx Colh rtnr
at the ensuing March election. octltde
tFV We are antlmriitd and requested to announce I.ieut.Ool.
P. C. RUTHERFORD, late uf tho 0th Tnn. Cavalry, as a
candidate tor Clerk of the County Court or Knox county.
Election first Saturday in March, lf'.C. noviHtde
03T"We arc authoriz -djind requested to announce W. Y.
SLAY as a candidal" for County Court CI rk, at the ensuing
March election. dccl3tde"
thorough and efficient teacher, and his scholars show the true
spirit of Music.
Tuition in the Literary Department ranges from 3iJ to -50
a year, without any extra charge. M ufir, French and Draw
Again, Brothers, we call upon u to tome up aud aid tie in
our noble undertaking.
W. H. TliF.WHITr
.1. M. CROW,
D. B. 0 NEIL,
LOST AND STRAYED.
11EWARD. ONE DARK DAP-
PLE IRON CKAY HORSE, about eigbf years old.
and about lu hands hieh, and one iron bray Mule, branded
on tho left hip, W, A. w. The above horse and niule. was
; stolen from me on the night f 12th .intt. I will pay fifty
dollars fir the delrierv of the thieved, or the borse and mule.
JOSErH B. WALKER,
jaii-4-lt ' Greeneville, Tenn.
!J3th of last month, (January) from the snbscrlber, living
STOLEN. ON T1IE NIGHT OF
I to utiles from Athens, Tenn., on the main road leading to
Invasion of Cllnon, In Wayne County.
A Late Rebel Colonel Warned.
A Rebel Doctor Cut in Pieces.
Ksoxvielk Jail. Ther arc ut presenL35.prif
oncre in tho Kuoxvillo jail, 10 WTiu.es, and 16 col
ored. Of the colored, there are 13 males and 3 fe
males, all charged with larceny. One white female
is charged with larceny, and 13 white males. Five
white males are charged with murder.
Stormy Times in the Tennessee House
oTer the Franchise Bill.
THI SPEAKER CALLS A MEMBER HARD NAMES
AND SHOOTS HIS MALLET AT HIS HEAD.
Special Corrcspoudcnce of the Cincinnati Commercial.
During the progress of the debate oa the fran
chise bill, in the House, Mr. Dujrgan, 0f Sevier,
atked that the roll be called, and that the absentees
be required to respond. But this failed to elicit re
sponse nough to show a quorum. The confusion
and excitement were evidently on the increase, as
the friends of the bill were convinced that quite a
cumber of its enemies had either absented them
selves from the House, or refused to vote in order to
prevent a quorum, and thus dofeat the passage of the
Dill. This seemed more obvious from the fact that
come half dozen anti-franchUo members, who were
present at the forenoon session, had absented them
selves. Mr. Mullins, of Bedford, said that there
were members present who refund to answer to
their names, and he would not be surprised if it was
the result of it caucus arrangement.
The Speaker, in great excitement, asked if the
member from Bedford meant to charge that he was
privy to that arrangement. Mr. Mullins replied
that be wo.ild as soon suspect the Speaker as any
body else. 1 he tpealter sprang rrotn nls chair, and
prononneed the member from Bedford a " God
damntd old liar,'' at the same time emphasizing his
remark by throwing his mallet at the offending mem
ber, but it fell short of its murk upon the eor. The
time-bonored instrument of legislative order shot
wide of its mark, and fell harmless. Mr. Mullins
retorted by calling the Speaker a "daitned old
scoundrel." A regular set-to seemed inevitable, but
the members rushed around each of the infuriated
parties, and prevented a collision. The confusion
which had reigned in the hail of course increased
under the influence of this sudden demonstration,
but gradually abated.
"Ramsey's Annals or Tennessee.-'
This is lhe title of a book of bomo 750
We have recently received information to the ef
fect that one evening last week, a party of unknown
armed men entered Clifton, in Wayne county, and
rnrln un to the house of a Mr. Hushes, late an offi-
.or in tlm rhp.l aruiv. and sent a messenger in, and I
demanded that either he should appear at the doer,
or send out his coat which he had worn in tho rebel
service. Believing that the latter would be safest,
he sent out his coat, when the men hung it up and
fired vollev at it: after which they sent it in, tell
ing him if he behaved himself henceforth all would j .rh
beright; but if not, be would get the next volley j
through the heart. j
After leaving the House tney went to me rcMueucu
of Dr. Fuller, who had been in the rebel army, and
w ho had on one occasion solicited and obtained tho
i office of executioner to shoot a Union man, and
j called him out. On his appearance they "mounted''
' him with fcowic knives, and literally cut him to
i pieces. The party -then left. Both Hughes and
! fuller had b-en connected with the rebel Conscript
j It is believed that the party were the relatives and
I friends of the Union man who was killed by Fuller,
who was so anxious to play the executioner. jash
COLGATE'S IIOXEY SOAP.
; Thif, iri.'Iclirat'd toilet Soap, in ucl: universal demand,
n lnadi from the t'liOICCbt materia:!, in mild and
j emollient ii untnrr, fra;rrai!tl) scented,
j aud fxtri-imlj UeiJefieial in it" action upon ihf skin.--i
For sate t y all bniggitts and Fancy Ootids Pf-aUrt. f-t.21-1 j
A COUGH, COLD, OR SORETHROAT,
Kf'jvirir immkmatf. attention a.vd sn' Vt n e ' HrrnEt'. Ir
AI LOwrp to i oTiM-r..
Irritation of tlie Lniipii, a.rernianeui
rc:t Affection, or an nciirab1e I.iing
is onr.s the hii ii:
BROWN'S BRONCHIAL TROCHES
r.RT. litVK IMMEHHIR !
KNOXVILLE RETAIL MARKET PRICES,
JOHN L. HUDIBUKG,
Dealer in Grockrim asd Pruvuk.
. SOW 30
farorablv noticed bj the Aincricau Ma y m ,
,y u in
, uime2 r-i r
pages, giving a history of the State of Tcn
neeeee from 17C9 to the close of tho eigh
teenth century. The history of Tennessee
it a part of the history of North Carolina,
as the territory which forms that State
"va- once under t'le jurisdiction of North
Carolina, and therefore the book is interest
in to .,ur r-.eor.le. When first published it
press as well as bv foreign periodicals.
lew c- '. - be" found for sale at Taylor
& Dun. .4.1 -tore.
Tin- auth .T. Dr. J. (i. M. Kamsey. is now j
and has Iwn for the past two or thrCc j
years, living in this county. IIavin; lost !
heavily l.v the war ("the most of his prop-!
rty in East Tennessee having been confis
cated) he is reduced from aliluencc to pov
erty. In more prosperous times he was
the compeer of Jackson, Polk, Andrew
Johnson, and other leading men of Ten
nessee, and always ranked high as an intel
lectual, honorable, christian gentleman. AVe
hope his book may meet with ready sale.
Thobe of us who know tho ' compeer ''
have no doubt that he wrote this notice
himself. A book from him styled tho " An
nals " of the Bank of Tennessee, would sell
well, especially if, it should tell how much
money, what sort, and, to what locality it
went, when Burnsjde took Knoxville!
Ai'i'lci, green. bushel...
Uaeun, new, tt
eld, (3 St'
Buckwheat Flour ft
Beof, preen, ;? ft
' dry, $ R
Blue Stone ?
Candles, atar, ft'
Cinuauiun Bark 9 lb
CloTes lb ,
Candy, stick, tb
" fancy, ft
Clifece f I"
Cod TUh "j? .'
Corn Meal ".p? tuiiel
Cora V1 buahol
Coal 0:1 f gallon
Cotton Yarn 500, j? doz....
- 700, "
Crete Tartar lb
Eggs "5 dox
Feathers fl S
Fir'n, fresh ft
Flour V 1W
Gicger "p lb
Hay ? 100 Pis
Hides, green, ? Sh
" dry. V ft
Huniiny ? ft
Indigu "r? ft
Krout "j? gal
Leal f ft
Madder 'r ft
Molasses, New Orleans 'j3
" Sorghum, j gal..
Oats 'f bash
" Y 100 fti .7.7
Potatoes Sweet ? bush....
" Irish f buh ,
Peavhe?, dried, bnsh
Pork V ft
Powder f ft
Pepper 'f lb
Peas ";3 bufh
Rice f ft
vrup, golden, per gal
Spice ? ft...f.
Salt f sack
Sugar, brown ? ft
Sugar, white lb
Stareh 3 ft
Sulphur "p lb .
Tea, green ? lb ..
Tea, black? lb
Tnrnips ? bash
Tallow ? lb
Tobacco 3 lb....-
Whit Full, each
-AO (a. 10
SO (i 1,00 I
norI so j
' 1,50 I
25 (d 35
75 W. 100
1 ,00 & 1,25
50 fa, 60
40 (a: 50
...7. &(a 1
2,00 (a 3.00
.. 60 fit 75
. 10(. 50
5ofa 65 j
... li0f"al25 j
. .... 2,50(3,00
' 2.00 (-T .300 I
4,00('I 5,00 '
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2.Ki (.t.3.00 i
15(.- 20 I
50 (ii, 60 ;
HO IK'; MHti T JNTI.VESCE OS TE
(or ltroiicliHs,.!lluia, Catarrh, tons u mo
tive ttnd Throat Wicase.
TUi..(Bt Ahr rfrri with ai.w.i o?-p snift...
SIHGESS AUD PUBLIC SPEAKESS
will find Tro-:r un'ful iu clearing tho voice when taken befon
Kinging or Speaking, an relieving the tiiront after an unsual
eacrtion of the Tocal organs. The J'ro(e are recommended
and preEcribcd by Pbysiciaus, and haTe had testimonials from
eminent men throughout tho country. Being an article of
true merit, and baring jirorerf their efficacy Iiy a test of many
year, each year finds them in new localities in various rarts of
the world, and the Troth's are cnivcrtally pronounced better
than any other articles.
OBTMNonly "Bbown"s Biionceial Tko dus,'' and ic not
take any of tho HV(A!e Initiation that may be offered.'
Sold everywhere in the Vnit?d tat-5. and in Foreign Coun-tr:-,
al 35 cents per box. janl".3m
"ftolo Bryant Stratton A Co."sXasliviU.DusiUi.M Odlege
for a thorough knowledge of Book Keeping, Commercial Cal
culations, Penmanship, Commercial Law, Partnership, Settle
ments, etc. Send for College paper, circular?. Ac. Address
BRYANT rTKATTON CO.'' nvl-m
Charit'fiiMi. 'lenn., a ua.K bv hone, fonr y-r olJ, oat 15
hands high, no white baira on said nc rse, except a little in the
mane, caused bv the collar hair on the under side of the jaw,
caused by Distemper. I bve good reason to believe that said
horse was stolen by a man by the namo of John Patterson,
who formerly lived near Uandridge, Tenn., and who, 1 think,
is dow about' that plnre, as his family were living there some
two months since. Said Tatterson is about 24 years old,
about ' feet s inches high, and dark hair Wore, when he left
hr re. a suit of bine mixed jeans. I think it probable he niay
Bi ll said borse b. fore roarhin? Paudrldge. iso es to be able to
remove his family to Middle T'-nnsee, whrch J understand
waa his intention.
1 will pay 82.'' to any person who will gie information so
i that I may gi t ai 1 Iiotkh, and S25 for thu apprehension of the
' thief. febl4-4t MITCHELL OASTOX.
second -ludicia! Circuit, Cocka county Tennessee,
.laiurs Cary. Edward Bangs and H'illiam Woodward, Jr.,
partners." Ac, under the firm name and style of Cary,
Bangs . Woodward vs. Tighlman A. Faubion, Drury A.
liius and Hamilton Yctt, partners, Ac, under the name
firm aud style of Faubion, Minis & Co.
TT APPEARING- FEOM TIIE AFFI-
1 DAVIT of tho plaintiffe, by attorney, iu this cause,
- that the defendants, L. A. Faubion and I. A. Minis, are
j non-residents, "r sn conceal themselves, that the ordi-
nary process of law cannot be served upon them, there
; lore, it is ordered thRt publication be made for four successive
1 weeks io Brownlow'n Whig, notifying aaid defendants, L. A.
! Faubion and D. A. Mims, to appear at the next term of the
' Circuit Court for Cocke county, at the court house in New
port, on the first Monday after the fourth Monday in March
next, leu's then ana mere to pieau, answer, or uemur to mo
suit and demand cf the plaintiffs, or the same will be taken
for confessed as to them, and pruceeded with ex parte.
Ham. 4 Atarx. Solicitors. II. II. BAElt, Clerk.
A Crcwn of Glory.
Every man, woman child who has uel
is willing to recommend it. Three years rapidly
erea;iti ' rale havo made the Ambrosia t'.iuiou all
IT IS WA1UIAKTED TO PLEASE.
It cures Itching of the Head.
It Makes "Sew lrair Grow on Eald Head-.
It Prevent? the Hair from Fallhit ut.
I Hinder.- ice Ilrtir Soft aud Gl..-j.
Clcdies Iho Scu.ip. Cools tholIcitclBrow. Kecji;es
LandruiT. Cures Nervous Headitcho. Cure? taidiicts.
Insure Luxuriant Locks. Iaolinoi Hair to Curl. .Su
perac ie? 'VVigf. Kills Hair Enters. tJu-id effect uppa
rant at once.
TO TIIE LADIES WE SAY,
the Atubroiia ill suit you to a I. Elegantly put up.
Delicately Perfumed. Tatronired by Opera Siugero and
Actrtises. Sold in splendid boxes orcartons, containing
two largo buttles : "So. 2 for morning No. 1 for evening.
THERE IS SO MISTAKE ABOUT IT,
Sf RLI'G'S AMDEOSIA ii the b.st, most agreeable
and effective toilet aniolo in the world. To prove this
try a csirtou.
Sold by Druggist.
STEKLIXG'S AMBROSIA ilAXUfACTUHISti CO.,
.Q.Rm 21J lu'toii street, mots.
tJcorga A. Warder and William 1. Barrett, partners, Ac,
, under the name, firm and style of Warder A Barrett va.
L. A. Faubion, J. A. Jleins and Hamilton Vett, partners,
Ac, tinder the name, firm and style cf Faubion, Mims A Co.
XT appearing from the aflidavlt of the plaintiffs, by attorney,
in this cautic, that tho defendant, L. A. Faubion and I.
A. Mims, are non-rcaidents, or so conceal themselves, that
the ordinary process of law cannot be served upon them : It
is ordered that publication be made for fonr successive weeks
in Brownlow'a Whig, notifying said defendants, L. A. Faubion
and D. A. Mims, to appear at the next Term of the Circuit
Court for Cocko county, at the court house in Newport, on
the first Monday after the fourth Monday in March next, 166,
then and there to plead, answer, or demur to the suit, and
demand of the plaintiffs, or the earn will M taken for con-
fesed as to them, and proceeded w ith ex rarte.
I Ht.i. Aiken. Solicitors. H. H. BAEB, Ch-rk.
! William M. Bradford and William lutnan, partners, c,
nnder the name, ,6rm and styla of Bradford & Innian, for
the use of William Harris and Temple liarria, partners, Ac,
i nnder the name, firm and style of W. A T. Harris vs. George
j W. La Rue.
T appearing ironi the affidavit oi toe piaiutins, oy attor
ney, in this cause, that tho defendant is a non-resident:
It is ordered that publication be made for four successive
wc?ks in Bmwnlow's Whi;r, notifying said defendant to appear
at the uext Term of the Circuit Court for Cocko county, at
the conrt house in Kewnort. on tho first Monday after the
i fourth Monday in March next, 1CG6, then and there to plead,
i answer, or demur to the suit and demand of the plaintiffs, or
I the same will be tak"n. for confessed is to him, and proceeded
! with ex parte. H. H. BAER, Clerk
Hn AiKrx, Solicitors. Fe7.1S66-4r
3 i iff
a -IP P Is ?f
SALS OF REAL ESTATE IS EAST TE2T
tS THE 1st DAY OF MAY. 1866.- WE
J mill tell on the premise
'The St 'Clair Maniifacturing Property,
Situated at St. Clair, Hawkins county, Xast Tanneaaee,
milra from WhitMbuxc Depot, en tba J
ainia Bailroad, and eight mile from Rogcmill. This is an
questionably the most valuable property of the kind in Eai
Tennessee. To persons desiring to engage in tlia ma nu factor
COWAN, M'CLUNG & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Foreign and Domestic
BOOTS ATVX SHOES,
Hats and Caps,
ast Tenncsae aad Vir
of Leather, Shoes, Saddles, and ether Leather Goods, an op-
rDrtunity is now offered whi-h is not elsewhere to be fminj.
hsr is a large number of Vats all under eover, a three story
brick bonse containing the necessary shops for tho various
branches of the Leather business, a tliroe story orica ooaruing
hnna lim hrirk amoke-hoUko. a blacksmith shop, a two
story shoe shop, cotU;ss,with gardens attached, for th- txm- of
the employees ol the cetaoiunineui, enw, timp.', . .i;
A DwelliEg House,
With the necessary outhnildiiigs, and
A Store House.
Thers is no better location for a retail store. Iho piuprtt
consists of a large number of hits in said town, with some very
excellent adjoining meadow lands. At tl. tamo time an i
place we will sell two tracts ot rind situated in tiie ticinuy.
On the 2d day of .May. liW. at thu court house d.xir in K..g-
ersTille, we will wll a large number of improved and unim
proved lots in the toon ol KucersTille, cue of which ia an ex
cellent business stand, and many of which are situat'-d u-'ar
me Railroad uepot.
On the 4th day of May. we will sell at .Uooreh;ir;,
A Lot with a Good Store House,
Thereon. Thia lot, situated in Moorcaburg, in tho tuust eliKi
ble establishment for the retail mercantile business in the
whole country. At the same time and place we will also 11
a tract of land situated in the vicinily, containing alivut li ft v
A more particular dt sribtiou of this property can te hud
on application to us, or Capt. Jm S rn r. ut KoKrsville.
The property will be sidd to the highest bidiir. one-hall of
the sale money to be paid iu six months, the ri muihib r in
twelve: and the purchasers will lie required to live noti, with
a powr irrevocable attached to confess judgment, aud-eri.o-
nal security, in addition to which the tiile will be i. t.uiird
until the money is paid.
Sailroad Stock for Sale.
Yc will alo sell at prii ate sal', eighty shan s ol -l.n. in
the EogrrsTiilo aud Jeffers'B liailroad touipuy. on favorable
terms. Also, stock in tho F.a.t Tenn. and Va. liailroad o
Sogersville Female Institute.
This valuable and splendid Kducatioiml ttioiiliu;v-nt - i il
also be offered for sale in a short time, wehnwnu as Asi:u
of the larger portion of tho stock, tiled a bill to procure a sale
of the entire property. We earnestly inite att ntioii to this
We will alfo on the fitn day f March. .dl a
quantity of personal property, at rtngrsTilli., to the bib.-t-
Duller, on a credit of nix months.
The foregoiua; described propvrtv. with much other r :il e
tate, was assigned to us on the JTth of Novenilwr. l."'. bv
Jas. K. Simpson, .las. Seier. John A. Simpson, Win. Simp-on
Kob. Simpson and others, for the purpose of bavins the same sold
for the payment of the tl-bts w hich are due from several firms
of which the- and James M. Uufl and W. I!. Reynolds were
members, and which did business at Kogersvill. Monrenburj:
and St. Clair, in Hawkins county, Tennessee said assignment
havin; been made for the benefit of the civdiiors therein
named, and all others who shall within "ti" via r from the dat"
thereof file their claims Willi us.
Creditors of said Firms
Are notified to file their cLu'ius.
There are many persons indebted to said firms. Tho whole
of said debts hale been assigned to us for the purpose above
indicated. The creditors ot said funis havo -i vn fit to press
them with all the means the law afiords, and t'iey have be n
compelled to adopt ui'uns to meet those d' m.ind-. We. a As
signees, have no discretion ; and,
All Persons Owing said Firras
Arc notified that we will be compelled t; mak collection".
Y. M. FL'LKERjsOX,
JAMES T. .SHIELDS,
janiil-tds Trnsteen, ,Ve.
FAKJI3 AIs'D HOUSE LOTS
IX KUEA COUNTY, FOUR 311 LES
-1- from Bradey's Ferry, on Tennessee River, a farm of 2i:
Acres, with nearly new frame dwelling house, and all tiie n -cessary
out buildings, 60 Acres is cleari and the whole will
sold at a moderate price.
In the viriuity of iulphur Spriuirs, Khea county, on th" line
of the charteerd Railroad from Chattanooga to Lig Ci.' k
Gap, any number of house lots, of siies to iMiit pirc!ia"rs,
and at reasonable rates.
A splendid river farm iu Meigs couuty, 011 the fcimi
about the mouth of Sewee Creek, known n ti " l're;tou
farm." It contains -VI or ZO Acres, 100 of which is fir-t bot
tom, SO to DO Acres Jo. 1 second bottom lands, cl -ared. Th"
remainder is well timbered. Jio better corn or wheat land
cau be found in Fast Tennessee. Ouo half cafch down will ?
required, the ballancecn time to suit purrh.iKrrs.
Also four other farms, iu Khca county, if more cuuvi ni' nt.
Purchasirs are referred to our branch iffice, in char of
J. C. Was?on,at Pulphur Springs, lihea county.
dor'-inf MA15KV, ABEK.'.ATUV A: 1 i.
DISSOLUTION. - -
3"s -s v 1 . i j
DISSOLUTION. THE PabtYebship or
L. 9. Ilolden, O. A. Miller George Sallsbary In tho
Dan of the Urns of Uelden Miller and Holden, Miller A
Salisbury, Is hereby mufusily dissolved, this th Uth day of
l.nn.nr 1 sil'i. '
ts. hn.ine.. of the above firms will b closed by L. 8.
den M G. A. Miller, together. L. 8. HOLDE.f ,
G. A. MILLER.
CEO. SALJ3BVBT. J
nr "vi TTHE. HOLDEN & SALIS-
ns- n.-j.i 1 T n nneMLee. isa naersucneq nave
Ihi1dy snteYed" in7o partnership in the practie. of Law i.
the State and Federal Conrta ror i.asi ienuese-c.
M0TICE OF WITHIJliAWAL.
HL. BAKXE3 hu this day withdrawn rrom tue arm
. J. H. rVescnden A Cc, : tltul
J. 11. seaaeuden anu - triiiiuen i1'"""""
.. . . . - 1 1. : n ..Allatljffta
ne-s, assuming ail iiaoiniies, sou miu : .
Knoxville, Teun., Dec. 4tn, loW.
S. HOLMES & SON,
MANUFACTURERS ! IMPORTERS,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in '
Wall Paper and Paper Curtains, ,
WINDOW SHADES AND r lAIUltrJb,
No. Sii VT'st Foarth Street,
A Ij;'aiitng rilv'
ituuw, cnciys.iTT, 02110.
IS THE OLDEST HOUSE IN
Established in 1819.
at the lowed
V k.-. the largest iftiKk, and sell
I'm o t ni 1'epartiuent or
ello.I in I""-. c uotrj.
t rirt . f., a-lioirjiu Pike's Opfrm IIouao,
iiit'.' t In
Or ALL, KIXDS,
tton r.oains and Frames, Ctttou, Hay
ami R;t; Presses. Warolionse Trueks,
batio barrows. lOpynii; i rosso,
Ac, Ac, Ac. Ac.
FAIRBANKS 3I0RSE & CO.,
25 Walnut Sirtft,
isiporta.wX to iotiil;iis.
Ct'iehiMtcd roriii. Candv.
CHOICE FEUIT TREES
OR SALE AT LOUDON, T12XS.
siii the . t (tint turtst Iii'iii4't) 1m
Ui 5iurk. tue lii-J i:pulio, u( WariuiH
LiiJr:-;! sr.f. r it. ilartn like ta rliariti
-no bad rfivcts, froui il uk.
1 lioii-::nds of mn;-t reliald t'stiniiiniale speak its praise,
mild in its eiTect : urid sure in is result. We append oue of
Hi? ni.intr certiftcntes Si'at ns as an eiHenee of its snperiori'T
er otlur mefiicim s purporting to lie Worm Specifies.
Be Sure to Ask for
Sirs. WIXSLOWS WOllM iAADY.
TAKE NO OTHER.
Lusernpulous pi-r: ns nsar try to induce ytm to lake others
tlist are werttilesi.. -n which they mek mere preflt.
Tor sale tij ail Drnjists. febTt:
have a choice assortment uf Fruit Tries, twu or t Ii r-
year ol'l, well grown, at the loliowin prices: L.nret s:i.
Apple Trees, 25 cents ; Smaller size, cents : Hue Pear and
I'lunib trees, in cents each. A small sum will l charged in
expense of packing and for suipuieut. Seiul in 3uiir ord is
early as it is the l st time for transplanting.
.1. J. t'.hLL.
VALUABLE MILLS AND WATER POW
SK F0H SALE.
rpilE Lonisviila Flour Mill. Saw Mill, aad 2 acres uf Imid,
I with a comfortable dwelling house un the bau!i of the
Ilolston Kiver, fifteen niilos below Knoxrille, in the t.i'.iu ot
Louisville, is now offered for e?lc. For further particular?
apply to sep20tf! KENNKDY A Ulio'S.
VK1NK 1AHM in a hih state of cnltiratiuii, lyiu iu tlie
Watafj;a Valhy, Carter county, Tenn., cuiitninin iie
tween lour and Ave hundred acres, with all the iiecet..-ary
buildings, consisting of a comfortable dwelling honse it man
; sion, all necessary outbuildings, a fine barn, a splendid large
and well assorted orchard of choice fruits. Also, to-j leiniid
' mill-seats, or seats for any kind of ni.ichin.-ry. ail King in a
I short distance ef th- Kast Tt uii. and Va. K. 11. For lurili- r
; particulars ad'lrefs l.'ol. J. K. MILL Kit, Knoxville, or t'M
f bethton. Tr im., or apply to him in person, who will takr gr
! pleasure in showing the property. octll-tl'
I SHERIFF'S SALES.
WILL SELL FOR CASH. AT THK
court-house door iu S-vicrviMe, on the 2tli d4V of Fi'bru-
j ary, lem;, all the right, till" and interest, thjt James McNel
ley has in a house and lot, and on half lyins and being in
I the town of beviervillo, north of Main street and west i f t'ross
street, known in the plan of said town. Half of o. 1 a;id "J,
I levied on to satisfy a judgment in favor of 1. 1. CasK, chair
man of the Itoard of Trnstecs of Nancy Academy.
I pf.i i.em. Dt (;i;.N, Mi rr.
WILL SELL FOR CASH, AT THE
JL court hou?e door in the town of Seviervilh-, on the
2Sth day of February, ISoi., all the right, title, claim aud in
terest tl.nt JohnS. McNutt has in the following tracts of
lands: The undivided interest that the i-ai.l McNuit has in
certain tract of laud lviug and being in Sevier C'-nnty. in liis
trict o. ailjoiuing the lauds of F. L. Emort, William Wlij
Jey, containing eight thousand Acres, on-. trat N-ing the land
occupied by old man Harris, in fireen lirier t'ove. containing
fifty Acres more or less, adjoining the lauds of John invidy
and others. Also, the interest that the said McNutt h i in
an entry made by said McNutt and A. Whaley, containing rive
hundred Acres, adjoining the lands of Isaac hairy and
others. pf 'i LKM. DL'tKiAN, .h'l".
f ' :i!rr in all kinds of
HETALH! AiNL ZiXC BLKIAL CASKS,
A N i
General Tunera Undertaker.
Priiicipa' ofBico nn-1 rooms:
Basemsnt opposite the "Bell House,"
On I Vin un et. Knoxviile.
Iiiilstliiiin4- tlie Dead,
lr J. !:. McCaFF SETT, i.'rnbnl,iiing SuryvH.
'Aa'lcii i 'lii us oi :ili kinds cunstanlly mi hitud.
P-ji'Sor.s at a aistance wishing lnfrrm:!tion in reference to -r
de:ol, c.t:. g .-t it by : d, -s .it. ; "nff'-y, Agent at' K
vine. 'vari.v.f j. McCaffrey
Ho ai Galils Powflers.
WILL SELL FOR CASH, AT THK
conrt house doiir. in the town of Sevii rville, on the Jsth
day of February, lvOii, all right, title, claim and interest that
S. B. Henderson has in a house ami lot in S-vierville. S vi' r
county, adjoining the lot of James li. Vett and the l'u'dic
tfquare, containing I Atc, iuor. or less, levied on to satisfy
a judgment that S. Kelker recovered against the said Ii'-n lei
son in the Circuit Court of Se ier cnuntv.
pf5 lkm. uh:;an, h il.
ITCH! ITCH! ITCH !
SCRATCH! SCRATCH! SCRATCH!
Will cure the Itch in 48 Hours.
Also curve ALT KHKUil, I LCEKS, CHILBLAIN.-, andal
Hl 'i'l'o.VS OF THE SKIX. 1'ricc M .-ents. ior sale by
all Iirueciste. ...
Bv sendiug t cents tu WEEKS A l'OTTEK. fle Agents,
1T0 Washington street, Boston, Blass.. it will be forwarded by
nail, free of postage, to any part of the United States.
CHANCERY COURT Maynardville.
February Rules, lsr,G Attachment and Injunction Bill.
Josiah Smith, Harlin Skaggs, et ale, vs. Allen Hurst,
George W. brans, et aid.
N THIS CAUSE, IT APPEARING TO
CK-rk aud Master that one of the defendants, Allen
Hurst, is a uon-rcsident of the Mate ft lennesece, so that tne
ordinary process of law cannot b siTTed upon him : It is
! therefore ordertil that publication oe inane mr lour sncceseive
I weeks in Brownlow's Whig, notifying tho defendant, Allen
j Hurst, to appear at the next Term of tho Chancery Court of
I TTniou count v, to be held at the court-house in Maynardvillo,
on the lirst Friday rafter the Third iconday of June next, to
plead, answer, or demur to complainant's bill, or the same
will be taken for confessed and set for hearing ex parte as to
him. J. W. BBANSON, C. M.
A. L. Leibart vs. Charles Moore and others.
12s THIS CAUSE IT APPEAKLSG
A It appearing to the Clerk and Master that Charles Moore,
one of the defendants in this cause, in a non-resident of the
State of Tennessee, so that tho ordinary process of law cannot
be served upon him : It is therefore ordered that publication
be made for four successive weeks in Brownlow's W'hi6, no
tifying the defendant, Charles Moore, to appear at the next
Term of the Chancery Court in Union couuty, to be held at
the court-lionse in Maynardville, on the first Friday after the
third Monday of June next, to plead, answer, or demur to
complainant's bill, or the same will be taken for confessed and
&et for bearing c parte,
fcbll -It J. W. BRANSON. C. A M.
j Jaun a Oooper vs. James D. Campbell.
! THE TLAINTIFF, OX AFFIDAVIT,
We are now in partial receipt, and will
at an early day, have full lines of FOR
EIGN and DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
SMALL WAEES and NOTIONS, BOOTS
and SHOES, ttATS, CAPS and EON
NETS. HARDWARE. SADDLERY,
QUEENSWARE, GROCERIES, and every
other article uucesnury to a complete
Part oi the articles enumerated are of
our own Importation .from Europe, and
the balance purchased from Manufacturers,
Manutacturers' Agents, and Importers,
which enables us to otter them lo Retail
Merchants as low as any Jobbing House in
New York, Boston. Philadelphia Balti
more or Cincinnati.
WILL SELL FOR CASH. AT THE
court house door in lhe town of OTierville. on the -."th
of February, lV: all the riaht, title, claim and inn r- st that
P. U. Tooniy, has in a certain tract of land, lyiua and h-iim
in Sevier county, in District o. 7, adjoining the land of T. .M.
Low and other, containing two hundred Acres, more or b -s,
levied on to satisfy a judgment that S. O. 1'ickey rucovtr-ii
against the said 1. 11. Toumy in the Circuit ".'ourl of Hevier
county. jan31-t pf -' LEM. Dl'UCiAN, Sh'ff.
" CHANCEEY COURTITTLEJDGE.
5 ALE 'il- VAMABI.E LA5DS.
IN OKKDILNCE TO A DECREE OF THE CHAN
CERY C-Jurt at llutledc, in the causes of D. M rri.;
and others, va. Ja.'. T. Cariniehacl aud other.- I will sell,
at public auction, to tho highest bidder, at the court
house door Bi Kutlcdge, on Mondny tiic 5th day of
March, 1S63, tba following cksoriocd Iand3 ot Jamcd T.
Carmichael, silu-ited in Grainger co-intr, Tennessee, :i
wit: One tract litiuited iu district N.. 2, of said c-iiiiity,
on the south si.lo of Holston river, adjoining the ijndi
of James T. Cnriiiicbacl, sen., John H. Caruicbael and
others cmtainiiig hy estimation, five hundred acres,
more or Ics. Ouo other tract, on the for,:h side of H il
stou river, district No. '2, adjoining the lauds of I. L.
Noe and others, t-jctaiuiiig 100 acres, nioiu ar ks. One
other trait lyiii in the -Ith civil district, on tho imrth
bank of iloistoii river, ;. Hoining the dower ir.trre.-t of
Prudence Carmichael, in the lauds of I). C. Caruiicliacl,
deceased, and the lauds of the heirs of Th'.uias Solomon,
containing 50 acres. And, alsn his niidivuled reversion
ary interest in the dower assigned to his mother. Pru
dence Caraiichael, in tht lands of hi? father D. C Car
michacl, deceased. Sai-I lands will bo sol I ou a crc iit
of 12 month--, without the riht of rc-Iouiption, with in
terest from the day of aale, except tho sum of 20'),
requirod to be paid in hand. Note? with approved se
curity will be re'iuiic 1 fjr thu p-ircha-c Honey, au-1 a
lien will be retained on the iaud till tho j.urch.i-u Li'.iiev
is paid. !t0 C. C. SMITH, C. A M. "
this animal, such as
W A T R , II E A V ES ,CO L'G US ,
fOVKVEV.S, LOii OF A Y-PKTiT.-:
AND VITAL EN
E?.liT,ic. lid ue iiaprrtJ
the wirid, increais the appe
tite givts a 3Jiou;h and
(slushy skin and tranil'orirs
ti e miserable skeleton into
a fine looking a-J spiriltd
'Xhia prewar.!. if u, loi-g .:i d
favorably known, wi:l li.oi
ojghly r. i.iviirorata broken
down and l''?-;;:irit.-d horses,
by aircugiiicnu g cd cK-a:
in t'le at'in tch and luft
:Uies. It is a sure prevnla'lv
of all diseatci incidea) to
LL'SG t'KVER, CLANPEE3, TCLM.' "
t ers of Cow
I A. Suva the defendant ib indebted to nun, and ao pbfc-oi-u.
that th" ordinary process of law cannot be nere-.d up-.n him.
and au attachment bavin; been ii'd and returned l-etor-
me, and the same harm; '".en K" i-d on fendauts' pr- i-erty :
It is ordered by ine that publication be mad- in Bruwuiow'
Whig for four Miccessive wk, notifying nij ticfcuJi'.nt to
appear before ni", at my office, iu tLe 6th rii Uiatrict. iu
Campbell county, on the idh day of April, In"., and defend
i said unit, or it will lv proceeded with ex parte.
; "b7-4t JJ. MARKS. J. r.
'! CHAIfCSSY COURT-SEVIEEVILLE.
! John Eird vs. Thomas McClurcand others.
I IX THIS CAUSE IT APPEASING
X from complainant' bill which is aworn to, that the defen-
Proclamatlou by the Governor.
STATE OF TENNESSEE, )
Na.sbvillk, January 13th, ISfiC. J
anru a vacancy has occurred in the offi
h Judicial Circuit, of the Stte
ai. by the resignation of the lion. David K. Tounjr. therefore.
I, VV llllm U. IJrownlOW, wivernvr oi mi- cvvi ironenee,
do hereby command the Sheriffs of the ronntie of Anderson,
Campbell, Morgan, Scott, Fentrea and Cumberland, respect
ivelv, to open and hold an election on Thursday the fir.t day
of March, 1806, at all tho different places of Toting in their
respective counties, for the purpose of electing a Judge for
raid Circuit, and that they make return of the result accord
ing to law.
, , In testimony whereof, I have hereunto subscribed
J mi my name, and'eauaed the Great Seal i f the State of
I v ' ' Tenni-seee to be afixed. At the Di-partment in
KeshTille, this 13th day of January, I860. -
By the Governor. W. G. EROWXLOW,
A. J. FLETCHEB, Sec y of State. Janl7tde.
,!nts Xelson Mitchell, fpenccr Jiitcneu and Xancv E. Mitch-
I ell. are non-residents ot the State: It is therefore ordered by
the Clerk aud Master that publication be made for fonr snc-
cessive week in Brownlow's Whig, notifying said defendants
! to appear at the next Special Term of the Chancery Conrt to
j lie held for the county of Sevier at the court-honse in Be-rioi-i
ill on the third Monday of March next, and answer the
e of Judge of prveral allegations in said bill, or they will be taken as con
ite of Tennes- J fcwd as to them and set for hearing -x parte.
febl4-4t THOMAS, C. M.
FOIi SALE. THE ELEGANT RESI
DKXCE on TJilt Street, known as the McPhemon House
one of the moct beautiful sitnations and finest houses in the
city. The house is large and commodious, the ground ample,
and well adapted for ornamentation.
febTtf COCKRILL SETMOrB.
JUST RECEIVED, A LOT OF BTJCK
WHKAT FLOrR. In half and wltoie barrel. For sale a
jan21tf M M. BOON'D'3.
IIi?h? Price for Produce.
IS iin.lt: Ht';T3 f4 Slieetings,
COWAI ICLIE k CQS
FOR SALE CHEAP.
OBEDIENCE To A L'Ev.'llEE OF THE CHAN
CERY Court at RutJcle, iu the ease of L.A.J.irrctt,
administrator tv., v.i. E. M. Grove, :' :t!, 1 will toll at
public sale, tft tho highest bidder, on the pruinisc, on the
6th day of March, l-Stir!, the following lands, to wit:
All the lands of tho late Rcubca drove, Jr., situated n
the 3rd civil district of Grainger county. One tra-t
whereon said Grove, resided at the time of his death,
containing 600 acres, 205 of which isunincuinbered, and
the balance soM subject to the widow's dower, ona tract
called "the McAaally entry," containing 130 acres,
adjoining the lands of Jacob Kirkbam and others, unim
proved. One other tract, called the Brewster tract, ad
joining the lands of Dr. Wm. Murry, Tate's heirs and
others, containing 318 acres, 150 cleared and fenced,
and wcil improved. Al-o, the icn.aiudtr interest in the
widow's djwer in said lands, excepting the 205 a res,
which was the d"wer of tha widow Mayse, which is un
incumbered. Said lands will be sold on a credit of XI
months, without the right of redemption, except $70",
which will be required to be paid iu hand. Eon J and
approved security will be required for the purchase' money
and a lien retained on th land till the same is paid.
jan24 Jtpf5 C. C. SMITH, C. A M.
Auction Sale of Government Property.
T WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION
J- on Saturday, Febmary 2tth, lv,5, at 11 o'clock, i. the
Ship Yard, including Buildings, Maclunerj, Lumber, Wagons
aud appurtenances thereto.
Ainu at the name time, the Hue Stein Wheel ft-nni'-r
"Stone lliver," iu pood condition, length l'O fi-et, breadth :Vi
feet, depth of hold, loilr lect, registered ill tons.
a' schedule of the property pertaining to the aboVM, , an be
seen at thia ouice.
Trans: Conn in V. S. Funds.
By order of Brevt Col. John !I. Jauiea, C. y. M. l. E. T.
TUOS. J. CAKLILK.
febTtds Lrcvet Major and A. U-
t'tf m ilmNt mnch fuller.
preparation is invaluable. It in
creases the quantity and im
proves the quality of the
milk. It has been proven i
actual experiment to incrca -the
quantity of milk ai. 1
cream twenty per cent, at-d
makes the butter firm aud
sweet. In fattening ent'le,
it givea them an appetite,
loosens t' eir bide, and malcei
h as Coughs, CIcert in the Luua,
In a 1 diseases cf Swine, si
Liv- r, ic this article acis
ai a specific. By pnt'.!ns
fioiu one-half a i'lp;-- ij a
raper ia a barre! ' STiil
the above diseases wii! be
eradicated or tniirt'.y pre
vented. If given in time, a
certain preventive aiol care fcr the Hog Choleri.
Prico 25 Ce;it3 per Paper, or 5 Papers for tL
S- -V. FOUTZ & BRa,
AT ITT UJ TK
v.rioLrv.iE .kits ..d MRSimE depot,
? 123 Tv?.r,lin St., Baltimore, Hi.
V.ii s!e by Chambe-liiu A Van Gilder, Knoxville, Tenn .
and by Druggists aad Storekeepers throughout the t'nifed
GEORGE A. McNUTT,
iFwrni'-. ly ..r A. fi. Jai k'on A ('.,!
UMOI.L5ALE A'-O Hf.TAII. DLl.tll IX
l o rr ii i x o
(A'ilin'M Block. Gat Street,
SOUTHEaff EXPRESS COilPANY.
EXPIiESS 3LTTER RECEIVED asd
dispatched from the office of tha Company in Knoxville.
Leaves daily for the South and West, via Cuattauoogrv, at
1:25 r. M. .
Goods and Packages received np to the hour uf li-i, r. .
Leave daily for Lynchborg and the East, 3:i5 a. n.
Gootls and packages received at the hour of 9 p. at.
j,n31tf X. 3. WOODWARD, Agent.
DANIEL T. BOYXTOX,
pmSIGTAX AND SUKGEON,
Can be found at' the rsidencc of Cor. Biownlow win
not professionally sbn-nt. Orders ean be I-ft at Chamber
Iain's Drag Store. feb l:ttf.
JULIUS OCHS & CO.
BEG LEAVE TO INFORM THEIR
numerous friin.lsand patrons that they have connected
with th' ir extensive clothing bnines a regular
Thi-y are now piepar-.-d tu make np garments to rdr in th
mom approved ityle and at the shortest notice.
Th.-y will always keep on hand a larje aseortmeut of piece
Goods suitatie fur men a wear, such a Cloths, Cassimereo,
Linem, Marseill-s, Ac, Ac.
A lare a.-ortiaeut of Furnitliiai Good?, and 11-ne , Toutu',
Boyb' and Childxeus'
Boots and Shoes,
HATS & CAPS.
US' W'e tender our thanks to our friends for past favors, ud
respectfully solicit a continuance of their liberal patronage.
Gay Mn- t, two doors sooth of Adanu Exprens tlffice.
jnlyo-ra J. OCUS A CO.
OTICE. THE ACCOUNT Osdekei.
by the Chanivry Court at Kutledue. at ilti H.t.,i,
Term, l&iS, to le taken in the cause of !aiuuel Gill vs. W illiaci
W'iliiani! aud others, will be taken by us at tiieuBk-iof Jam
T. Shield, iu Grainger county, on the second Monday of
March next. The parties interested are no titled to attend
with their proofs. KUBKRT M. JJA RTOV.
jau:'.l-jt Speiial Commvstonera.
IEON! IEOU!! JHONI1!
LOT OF IIA3LMERED IRON
A.. II. &; AV. O. Gardner,
413 XaU Strf, btt. 4 and it, ,
OSE POOR AB0TE CITIZEX5' BANK,
febis tf LtnliTille Ky.