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KNOXVILLE, TENN, WEDNESDAY, FEBEUARY 21, 1866.
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0X1 Till, payable InTarleMy In b4t.o.,
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STEAM BOOK AlsTO 40B IWTMG STABtt$HMENT.
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
Kates r AdTrtllnr.
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iich iontlnotloo of sam. alT.rtUrjmeDt,
0n o.are. mourn.,...
On .aaar. p aundni,...
Liberal discount, will be made to thoee who adrertlse lib
""ceJU proi to beconi. .andldate. will be Inserted as
ather advertisement., to do paia ior niiniu; in vjiui..
AH edTertlsemenU on which the number of insertions li not
arked, will be published TILL vobbid, end charged accordingly.
Adv.rtlsem.nts will be considered due wh.n inserted, rrr.pt j
thoeawith whom we keep regular account!. j
Vo adTertleemeot from a distance will br inserted unices ac- j
ompanied by a remittance, except In eases wnere in aiver
tUer t known to be punctual.
SIGN OF TH BLUE PLOW,
Centre Store,' Coffin Block,
TTAS JL'rfT OPENED A NEW STOCK OF HA!;l
XX WARE, coniiitin of
KnoxviMe, Tenn., February 21, 1866.
1 Recruit from tee Grave.
The vrar has produced many strange stories, but
few more singular than the following one, related
by Col. Ellis, late of the First Missouri Cavalry, in
a St. Louis paper :
A few days after a fiercely contested battle a par
ty of soldiers belonging to the First Missouri took
a jaunt over the battle-field, and came up to a spot
where the rebel dead were buried- In one place the
hair of man'a head was seen sticking out of the
ground like a tuft of grass, and near by a hand was
seen protruding upwards, which evidently belonged
to the corpse that owned the head of hair. One of
the cavalrymen remarked to his companions, in a
spirit of thoughtless levity, "Sec, there's a dead reb,
reaching out for something; let's see what he wants."
In the same spirit of wanton mischief, almost reck
lessness, the cavalrymen took hold of the man's hand
and hauled the body out of the grave, the loose dirt
falling back into the shallow hole. Soon after the
man began to stir, and manifested signs of life, to
the utter astonishment and horror of the resurrec
tionists. The man was taken by his rescuers to their
tent and rubbed down, washed off, and in a few days
became as "good as new." He said that in the bat
M he was stunned by the passage of a shell which
knocked him 6ensejess. lie was picked up among
the dead and buried like the rest. Not a scratch
was found en fcis body. He said that he had joined
the rebel army, and fought the Federals long and
well, but as this was his second appcirance on earth
he would now join the Federals and fight for them,
lie accordingly enlisted in the First Missouri, did a
good deal of tough marching and hard fighting, and
last September was mustered out of service and paid
off at Benton Barracks.
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, Ac.
ALL SIZES OF
7 by 9 to 18 by 21.
A htrange Story.
A HIT OF MEM PUIS ROMANCE.
Ten year ago Mr. was married to Miss .
For a time all went well with the happy pair, but
whether prompted by incompatibility of temper or
through the meddlesome interference of relatives or
friends, "ye chronicler" knoweth not, only that the
demon of discord breathed upon their young love,
and it withered as a flower 'neath winter'B chilling
breath. And, to make a long story short, they sep
arated. Shortly afier the separation a little daugh
ter was born, and then a divorce obtained by
which party obtained it matters not. For nine
years long, weary years they lived apart, never
hearing from or speaking of each other; and yet
both remaining true to love's first bright dream.
The little girl grew up and was taught to believe
that her father was dead. She had never seen him,
or been seen by him. Ah ! who shall say how of
ten during those long, dreary years the father's heart
yearned for the sight of his child, and pined to hoar
the music of her voice.
And the mother the wife that was was she hap
py? Who shall tell? Well, on the day before yes
terday the lady, accompanied by her little daughter,
walked into a business house in this city, and met
him who was once her husband and the father of her
child coming out. They stood face to face for the
fir6t time since their separation nine years ago.
Both Etopped and gazed fixedly into each other's
face. The father thn turned his eyes to the child,
and stooping down suddenly, caught her in his arms
pressed her passionately to his bosom rained a
shower of kisses unon her face ; then, placing her on
the floor, he gave one glance at the mother, and
turned to ?o. Hearinz his name called in a low
tone, k.e turned. One look, and they were in each
other s arms. They were left alone lor a few mo
ments by the considerate kindness of the parties
present. Then a hack was called, and in thirty
minutes from their first meeting they were married.
will be supplied with
AND ALL IMPLEMENTS
in their line at manufacturer's prices.
I have just received a large stock of
Which I will sell at manufacturers prices, compris
ing the following valuable machines
Buckeye Mower and Reaper Com
bined, Buckeye Mower Senior,
Buckeye Mower Junior,
"Victor" Cane Mills, 2 sizes,
Cook's Copper Evaporator,
Western Coru Shcller, 2 sizes,
San ford's Straw Cutter,
Kentucky Cider Mills.
The farmers of East Tennessee are offered a iew
opportunity to obtain these machines at less price
than they can be furnished next season, as the Gov
ernment give FREE TKANSPORTATION. .
FIVE BARRELS COAL OIL
in btore and for eale, at wholesale and retail.
TFL. JELm Uutlor,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
United States Claim ; ; Agent,
DRUGS! DRUGS!! DRUGS M
ittHdl tu in oil
i OROSECUTES all kinds
X against tha GiTcrnment; afro.
Pension, Bounty, Back Fay. Ac, Ac, iu,.- i.te friends of de-
Gorernment Touchers bought er collected .n fhe Let t..rmj.
Informal claims corrected asd collected for horses, iorac
and property taken.
Also, collects pay for negroes enlisted in tut army be'onjring
to loyal citiaens.
lie ha a record of fht death of all Est TecntMea soldiers,
who have died belonging to the Union arm jr. He desires to see
all persona who drew a pension at the breaking out of the rebel
lino who have been loyal ; whes tia soldier died leaving a wid
ow, she is entiUed, if no widow, the chiitirs?, if no children, the
father, if no father, the mother. c. The fees in this class of
, cases is fire dollar?, and one dollar and fiy cents for earn nr
tificate. He refer! to Gen. S. P. Carter, Dr. Browolow, Cols. John Wil
liams, John Baxter, O.P. Temple, Saml R. Rodgers and Judge
OtEce in basement story of the Court Houe. majl4tf
a i aw ci i..
TROWBRILGS & CALDWELL,
TTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
A'A'OA" VI L L F., TEXS.
PjKT- Offi. e in rear uf the Court Hon-.
O. P. TEMPLE,
& CO., ;
TTORNEY AT LAW,
i't'a't'Jti'.-tioriTiior Win. G. Brown!
HAVING FITTED Ul A rllvol UIjAoo r-ttim x i.nu urfiva, ahi i uiw,u.iouif
CELEBRATED STEAM CYLINDER JOB PRINTING PRESSES, we are now prepared to do all kinds of BOOK AND
FANCY JOB PRINTING with neatness and despatch.
Sec, &c. &c.
all kinds Ruled and Printed to any Pattern. .
BROWNLOW, HAWS & CO.
Attorney at Law,
pOLLECTS ALL CLASSES OF PRI-
VATE and Government claims. Refer ly periiiiion to
lion. Secretary Stanton, (iov. Bniwnlnw, Judge I amplx-ll. Su
preme Court of Mirliiptn. ami M:ij. (Jon. Vm. H. ilan-n.
J. S. MATTHEWS, "
Attorney at La av,
ILL practice in
the cocrU of McMinn and adjoining
in the Supreme and Federal courts at
WM. H. 0WS,
L1TI COL. Q. M. D.
AT COST! AT COST!! AT COST!!!
KLing's Old Oomox-!
OUR IMMENSE STOCK OF
Bladk Snake Grass Scythes,
Dntch Grass Scythes,
Patent Snaths and Cradles.
STEEL PLOWS & CULTIVATORS,
COll WIS. OiFEX V WILSOX,
JOHNSTON, CORWIN Jt FINNKLL,
AND S0LI0IT0ES OF CLAIMS,
Office, 222 F Street, near Treasury Building,
vasjii.;to., d. c.
Will practiri in the Sspreme Court of the Uuiud i-'t.itt!-, the
Court of Claims, and the Courts of the District of Columbia.
Particular attention given to CLAIMS and
OFFICERS' ACCOUNTS ADJUSTED. aiiiiiStf
JUSTUS I. 3icCVItrrY,
Attorney & Counsellor at Law,
HASUIXGTOA, I. f.
ILL GIVE PROMPT ATTENTION
Claims, and the various Executive Departments.
Brrias to Honorable II. M. Rice. M. S. Latham. Jeremiah
S. Black, J. A. McDocgal, Alex. Kamsey, I'. S Senators; Wm.
Kellog, Bobert J. Walker, B. F. Granger, W. A. Hall, Wm.
Windom, J. B. S. Todd, Members of Cougreas; Wm. B. Mac
lay, N. Y. G. L. Becker, Minn., Charles HiiRhtf , N. Y., R. J.
Haldeman, Ksq., fa., Col. G. W. Ewing, Ind. novl-Km
C. CI.AT SMITH.
AT COST! AT COST
ssr Groceries and Family Supplies of all kinds at low rates !
Produce of all kinds taken in exchange for
Slips of the Pen.
Gen. Taylor immortalized himself by per
petrating one of the grandest bulls on
record, in which he attained what a certain
literary Trofe6Sor calls " a perfection hardly
to bo surpassed." In his Presidential ad
dress he announced to the Amcricau Con
gress that the United States were at peace
with all the world, and continued to cherish
relations of amity with the rest of man
kind." Much simpler was the blunder of
an Englibh officer, during the Indian muti
ny, who informed the public, through the
Times, that thanks to the prompt measures
of Colonel Edward, the sepoys at Fort
Machison, "were all unarmed and taken
aback, and being called upon laid down
their arms." There was nothing very aston
ishing in an Irish newspaper stating that
Robespierre " left no children behind him,
except a brother, who was killed at the same
time," but it was startling to have an Eng
lish journal assure us that her Majesty
Queen Victoria was "the last person to
wear another man's crown." Addison lays
it down as a maxim, that when a nation
abounds in physicians it grows thin of peo
ple. Filibuster Henningseu seems to have
agreed with the assayist or ho would hard
lv have informed General Walker, in ono cf
his dispatches that " Doctors Rice and
Wolfe died of the cholera, and Dr. Lindley
eickencd, after which the health of the !
camp visibly improved." Intentionally or !
not, the stout-hearted soldier suggests that j
the best way to get rid of the cholera is to '
make short work of the doctors. Among
the obituary notices in a weekly paper, not ;
many months ago, there appeared the name !
of a certain publican with the following cu- j
locium appended to it: "He was greatly
esteemed for his strict probity and steady
I0XVILLE CAST PMS.
OLD TIME TRICES.
Two Horse, -One
These Tlows are made in Knoxville, and
Points or Mould-Boards can be had at any
10.000 pounds CASTINGS, consisting
OVENS, BAKERS, POTS, &e.
at Wholesale and Retail.
200 bags of SHOT, at Cincinnati prices'.
of every description
WOODEN WARE. &c. &c. &
HUBS, SHAFTS, FELLOES,
Buggy and Wagon Tire Iron.
COOPERS' UOOr IRON.
10000 bushels CORN and 20,000 pounds HAGS wanted, for which the highest market price will be paid.
' il j TT-TATA'CJ rJ "TI nri'P'V'P'R nvrmciiTi tllA TiflTYlfll TTflllSP.
Lome one, come an, 10 jaivt j ujiv vuiuiux., ri" v" VTi tvtat -v?
ctec27-tf J. JrJL. Jb JiiJLixl UJiii
THE LADIES' BAZAAR.
, On Gay Street, next door to Ocoee Bank,
i The finest ettablisment ever opened in this city,
i'or the best assortment of
CARPENTER & MUNSON,
Greneral Claim Agents,
J. B. CARPENTER,
Late Lieutenant and Adjutant 1st Tennessee Light Artillery,
Late Lieutenant and Adjutant Sth Tennessee Cavalry.
TT th riii.vni of East Tennessee that they have opened
an office in KOYVII T V FANCY GOODS,
for the purpose of adjusting and collecting all classes of claims LaQieS FUITllSlllSllinEr UOOUS,
against the Government for supplies taken and informal Touch- """""
ers given, and supplies taken and no receipts given, and for Tu(J jarst.et stock of
serTices rendered. Prompt attention given to settlements of ! -w-it-t T
offlcera accounts. Stoppage of pay removed, aud certificates, JtXfeXJtliiC X 9
of non-indebtedness obtained for resinged efilcers. j
Reasonable prices charged. W H I T E G O O D fo,
Vouchers bought or collected at lowest prices. . ' hivttt i IC
Da, o, .rB itnoiuJ. xenn.! EMBROIDKKltS, blJjiVO, sum xaajajaw,
Rbtirihcss Hon. W. M. Browniow, wen. a. v. uuiem, voi. u.
C. Houk.Caot. McHeish. sepotf
BOOKS AND STAONERY.
M . IJ . C BE A. F I ,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Standard and Miscellaneous School Books,
SMITH & WILCOX,
Attorney s &(1o unsellors at Law,
OFFICE ON MAPISON STREET.
l)tw ii tli and "iib.
' lOVI.CTO, KV.
"11711.1. piactir iu the Circuit Court?, Cuiii t of A'jfaW
V V Federal and Suproine Courts of the I'nitt'd Mat'.
litf Claims of every character promptly attended to.
Dnring tlm winter. Mr. Wilcox will be fuund at th odlco in
C'lvington, Mr. Smith will attend to huin" in Wa.hingttn.
" NATION (IL CLAl AGENCY."
DAMELS A SIIEKAVOOD,
Military and Xaval Agents,
23 President's Square,
Next door to (!en. Augur's Headnuaritrf.
WASHING TON, D. C.
ARE PROSECUTING CLAIMS
against the V'aited states fiorornment f- r property ta
ken or destroyed by the army. We collect or pur"haw all
kinds of Quartermaster's Voucher.
We settle Officers' Accounts, remove Stopparj t.f P.iy, col
lect Claims for l!ors lost in the Service. Wo also (M:in
Pensions, collect Back Pay, Bounty and Prize Money. We
require no advance fee, and make no char" exept we suc
ceed. Local Agents throughout the country will find it to
their advantage to correspond with ns.
J. PAMELS, If. L. MIEKWOUD.
Late Captain U. S. V. Late Q. M. I". S. V.
RFrttE!-ES. lion. Alea. Knnisry, 1. S. Senator from Min.,
Hon. K. E. Fenton, GoTernor of Sew Vork, Hon. It. V.
Whaley, M. C. from Western Virginia, Major-fi. neral 1'i'iw.
DR. JAMES RODGERS,
Gay Sr., bet. Cumberland and CarxcV,
Know ille, Tennessee,
Who: and RetaQ Dealer lo
AND VARNISH FX
A large Stock of
WHITE LEAP, ZINC, LIXSEED OIL, CARKOIf
OlL.CASToSi OIL, OLIVE OIL, LARD
OIL, TAXXEK'S OIL.
A ?o, large Ptoek of
13 11 TJ S H E S.
i'V.ni, Marking. VarnUb, Whitewash, Hair 'and T - iu
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
In. I. Ho, Copiera., Amato, Logwood chipped auid ext. Af
Mad Wr, Blue Vitroil, Cud Bar.
OF EVERY STYLE AND SIZB.
Truces, Cupping Glasses
Brace?, Bieast Pumps,
U3 and Rubber Syringes, Cork Screws,
Su:rndary Bandages. Lances,
Pine A'iIc, Va?i berry,
Variiliu. (linger. -
Orsn.cc, - Sariaparilla.,
PURE WINES AND LIQUORS,
For Medicinal purposes.
Frti.rh Br::n.iy, Sparkling Ca'aba Wine.
C':tt;iba " Hell' Whiskey,
Cuniiir Pure Old Bourbon,
Rlaekberrv Wire, llostetter's Bitters,
Malawi " Prse' "
Port Bull's -
Shtrry " Oil Tvux Gin.
PILI.S! 1?ILI.S!! PILLS!!!
J:iyt!ej'. Dr. Lee's,
lloopera', Had way's,
Phul.i'iNiht Blooming Cereus, Odor of opening Flowers,
Ltilon b Jockey Club, " WUd "
" Patchouly, " Roses,
" Geranium, X. Basin's queen of flowers .
" Sweet Briar, Burnett's Oriental Tooth Wn)
Van Ba'kirk' fragrant tfciodont, for preserving tne Teeth.
Ayer's Ssrsaparil!a, Jaynes' Carminative,
C'bcrry Tci-toral. Pr. Wm. IlaU'e Ba am.
Ague Cure, Whitoomb's Asttma Rem '.j
Jaj ns" Alterative, Brown's Jamaica Uingei.
Dr. Wiytar's Buloitn Wild Chorry,
HeliuboMt's Fluid Extract cf Buchu, Ac, 1c.
Arcliv, Arabian, ,
Xervo and Boue,
I I S C1-: LLANEOUS.
Dr. John Bull's Worm Candy, ilrs. AVmslow's Sootlr g
Svru-. II. R. Ilnlicf, f'rey's Vermifuge, Fahnst..'
ViTiuii'ue, JIcLsin". Vermifuge, .Lyon' Eatha- t.
Wood's Jlair Rc.-: riilii e, Godfrey's Cordial, Whitne;.
Liquid Opadcl loc, Brown's Brochial Troches and L.v w
lii-e : Barncti's Coc. trie. Kallis-lon, and Cstorine, 1'-. a
Killer, (iar,-linK Oil, An. "
PRESCRIPTIONS A CCURA TEL Y PREPARE iX
JOS' Dr. U. can ba consulted jTofessivuiUy at '
Up.i Storo during business hours, and at hia re.idc: t,
corner of Cumberland and Locust Frcets, at other hoi.t -t
when not professionally absent. ug9 f
NEW DRUG STORE!
rS. I). .MITCH ML & CO-
Oue door .South of the Post Office,
KXOXT I I.LK, TKMVESSEE,
11 AVE.) 1ST HECTITKU A LARGE ASS0 -I
1 MEST of
Drugs, MctliciiieSy Dye Stufl.
WINDOW GLASS, &c,
"Pure "Wines and Liquor-
- fur medicinal purpose.
ALKi. S. RKADI.FT.
IA I. W. rF.AH.LT.
War Claim. Ofllce.
Wm. A. COCKRILL,
Cor. Main and Gay sts., over Exchange Bank, j
WILLeollect all claims against tne uoverniueui , connected
.r. f'nmmissarv sunnlies. taken for the use of -ery article cyuiwcieu
Shaivls, Saques and Circulars,
A splendid assortment of
ladies; misses, and cejldrens
CAN SUPPLY SCHOOLS AND
COLLEGES with BOOKS of every description at short
notice, and on reasonable terms.
All orders accompanied by the cash promptly attended to.
Also dealer in
or destroyed, will bo !
iha rmv. trhetha TftcivUdJor or not.
Pav for Horses. Fencing, Ac., taken
Crticateii of non-indebteduesa procured from tho different i
departments at Washington for resigned or discharged officers, j
mnii final Mt tlf TnP.tl tS UBdC
u..in. kn,i .mi connections wltn mosi reiiauio B-ni
WaahingUa, I am prepared to prosecute all claims requiring!
H.ti.l L nAlMi7n an. 1 faitliful care, siwdilv and on reason- ;
able terms. WM. COCKRir,L, !
aug2tl Knoxville, lenu. j
ith a first-class Dry Goods
always on hand in large varieties.
Horse and Mule Shoes
POWDER, CAPS, SHOT.
conduct through life, he having been a sub"- Can be furnished cheaper than you can buy
ecriber to the Sunday Times irom its trst j iron to mane uiem.
number." This is a worthy pendant of j
"flCQ TTowbm'c tiftni. iVin 11 Tl ( PTt 11 I
writing to the corporation of London : ': I
am desired to inform the Court ot Alder
men 3Ir. Alderman Gill died last night, by
order of Mrs. Gill.
Important Decision of the quarter
Thp Quartermaster General refuses to
pay for property ueed during the war for
military purposes in the Southern States. . ax
The following decision has just been made .
in a case where vouchers had been given; , -Wholesale and Retail
by order of a commanding general, lor the ;
use of a blacksmith chop and tools belong-1
icg to a loyal citizen of Winchester. Virgi-;
" Wirichester was a hostile town, eaptured
from an enemy who did not surrender on ;
terms, but were driven out by force of arms ; j
everything in it was prize of war; as at i
Atlanta and Charleston, buildings were oc-1
cupied for shelter of troops, and for sick j
and wounded soldiers. It does not appear j
that the Military Departmentshould order j
payment of any rents under such eircuni-1
TVe understand that this decision will ap
ply to all similar cases arising in the South
ern States, even where the claimants pro
dace evidenof loyalty.
rrices ai low, if not lower, than at any other establishment
tkiB side cf hew York.
BSC-Call at tho LADIES' BAZAAK, next door to
Ocoee Bank, for fashionable aud cheap goods. J?0""
SLATES AND PENCILS,
P. O. Box 1S4
Attorney at Law.
JOHS 5. MURDOCH,
Attorney at Law.
. O. L.. JIcCUOSKA",
GARDNER & CO.,
AND JOBBERS OF
In fact ev
iu the B'IMK and S'l'ATlONEKY line.
31. P. CHAPIK.
TJTJA11T.PV JV T)UTnTiV
1 TTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
XJL AT LAW",
P. O. Box, H48. NASHVILLE, TE.
Will yiTe socil atteulioii to claims for Pension? Back
ay, HorC nd otlirr proi"rty lost in tne t nit- n iai-s
Mr. Bradley's foriuir experience, while engaod iu the V. S.
TREASURY DEPAUTJIENT iu adjusting claims, and 31 r.
Pcabody's recent connection with the PENSION OFFU'K as
an examiner or claims .or tne past iu)r, mim. . .u--rou-h
knowledge of the f.w. Itulesand Practi'-o. jnerningiii
VVFFKP.SCFS l v exiif' Ss p. ruiiiou : t lnf Justice I hase.
Senator Fessenden, Hon. Jos. II. P-arr.tt. C.mini-!i"ner ol
Pensions, Washington. V. t., -ov. nrowniow, nun.
3Iaynard, Hon. John Trimble, MlJ',,Tnn- Janl di
NETHERLAND & HUED0CH,
GENERAL CLAIM AGENTS,
Oloves, Hosiery, tec,
n7T iiroadiways ixew
I. O. Addrcaa, Hox 274.
HARP OF COLUMBIA.
THIS OLl AND POPULAR
; TTAS LATELY BEEN RE-PUBLISH-
,l!-:ming a- b hooks,
Bazin's Queen of Flower,
Baxin's Amltr Hair Oil,
Bazin's Pond Lilly Pomade.
PHAL03TS JSIQHT EL00MDIO CEMUl
A line assortment of
O Y S O A. T
KAoA MUX, I'A'.V.N.
The undersigned have thin day entered into partnrship li
the practice of l aw. in tli-- State and Federa'miM- f- r l.a-t
I FIT South-west corner of the roiirt-h"ii-. first I r.
December 1-t. IS.V,. JSO. 31: FI.KMIM-.
janiotf E. J- BROOKS.
:!.t .i JIAIB, T00TH, NAIL) i
.lely eouipoundt-l at low rates from th bf.
Chemicals, Tinctures and Drugs.
. - .
Prosecute and CoUect Ulaims against ine TijpTPTn MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPA-
United States, of aU Classes. ; THROUGH LINE TO OALI- j
tmcial attention given to Claims against the Quartermaster j
and Commiasary General's Departments, ior uu o. i UUll ;
Plies taken or furnished ,or tne use m of 1o.on Pr.rts. Hlld CarrVinL'
Pensions, Back Pay, counties ana ; iyum5 , - - -
Vouchers Collected. t the United States Mail.
Office n Main Street, next door to In LusiK. . rt VP PIER No. 43, NORTH RIVEJi,
Rcrzss TO iion.tnoa. a. . ,v - r: ' ;
vc p.ti.ms. Ssn.. and the members of the Knox county i
TV, and can be bad in "any qusntines 01 j.
ftay Street, Knville. Tenn.
His Views, Opinions and Reflections
on tne Demon auu
li:ssios SUMS EUX,
KNOXTllLf , Tk.
'DS. A.B. TADLOCK,
CURCEON AND PUYSICIAN,
lO Otriei Cay street, three doors South of Slain -tr
ksox villi:. ti;..v.
and vlst of erery month.
r-.Mal twt . 1 1 vinrk noon, on the lat, 1
(except when those dates fall en
Bemeuber tlk place?,
Centre Store, Coffin Slock.
NEW GUN STORE.
P ARE NOW RECEIVING A LARGE
W Stock f
OrrKE or Genebai. SrprRiNTEMJENT,
. . . V i v ti V W K III H . ' T'S
"a!hville, Tenn., Oct. 9th. lsw. )
S aud after Tuc.tay, uci. to, '
tic Pien;er iraius wm iuo i"- ...
V-C!ciia?ei.r. AXD C1IAITAXOUGA LINE
LilvE Nashville for Chattanooga, and all points South at ?
aw rrive at Chattanooga at 6:io p.m.
Rtturning-Loave Cbatt.nooj. at a. m. Ai.iv at
Kh.lhTTillc at 7:-0 P. M.
Retamins-Leave ShelbyvUle at
.vi. vartii WESTERN LINE.
"""i" ,"Vw nvlHe. and -11 Point West aud
arrive at 2:13
. v -l ill - TftliwKftnville.
. . , i . t Johnsonville at 11 r. H
Miruw si sr. a.,. , ,rriT
Ketarninc Leave Jonaaoavuie i.
arrive at Nash
: Sunday, and then on tho preceding Saturday, ) wr
! WALL, connectinp . via Panama Bailwafj with one of the
Company's Steams ups irom rauuma ior
! touchiug at Al'APl LCO
Ht-UENUi CHAUNCEY, Captain (.raj, conutting with
COLOUALM1, t.apt. watsius.
lth ATLANTIC, Capt. 31aury, connectiuj;
MVNTO. CaM. C'avcrly.
YORK. Capt. Horner, connecting i'Q
HON, Cart. I aruswortb.
Departure of the 1st and -21st connect at I a""! ,och
: steauum for SOUTH PACIFIC TOKTS. Thc id 1 CD
THEOVGH PAKAr,E JiUP. IN rtBIN'-- . -
, Fir,t Cabin,
I Second Cabin,
"teeraKtt - 1W
' A discount of ONE QUARTER from steamers' ratf s Uowed
j to second cabin and steerate pasMD'era witn families. A'1".
an allowance of tNE QL AKitlt c"a through rats to cftrgy-
' men auu tueir laauuies, ana scnooi teacuer. y
HALr t AKt.
riMUS CN1QUE VOLUME WILL
I ,ont.iiu the entire collection of "PETaoLEfM V. Nasbi's '
contributions to the pre-s tbroushout the country, and mu
M.iiar hrr-ioruro iinnnhlishcd.
N.ishv" rersonates the pastorkif the " New Light Deino-
n.nr.-. ' .nl liU I.-tti rs and ifrmous uurnort to give an
inside view of the principles of the Democratic party, written
in the most crotcsuuc. tcrio-comii; style.
l)Ac..-...it.rr i.rtr-ti.rilii.trv inti-rrtt from its OKIMS-AL1TY. WIT
ll'Kt. . ..- t,, ,ttir ovir il.r nrniile of tlin Went Will not f:iil to
: irive a larzo circulation to this work rf a Western Genius.
Tho work will b? sold
'Solely yy Subscription.
i In Everj' State and County of the United
JOHN W. PAXTON, M. D.,
fygf K.meaibr. wv sell at th lowest rte
Drugs, Chemicala, Wines, Liquors, Fe;
fumerie3, Toilet Articles,
&c, &c, &c.
S. 1. MITCIIEIX & Co.,
WAY StRBET, KSOXTILLII, IW-
W. H. DRC
H. Vv. CARROLL
Address ail iominunic;it:ois lo
JOFi'I3 I.. '
Orn utux Ciga. Try
r. nJ-Sa J. H.
it. Kintr Old Cor.
FJCSPKirrxs & Co.
Shot and Gaps,
of &U liiea.
Game Bags, &c.
Gartridf e Pistols,
of all Priest,
Belts Cd Holsters,
t tbe Uvtt prices,
Si ACT. MANKKK
Corner of Oa j aaJ CaBbeUd Sitmu,
W ' cdr tee Umar HeM.
Trains stop at aU intermediate points.
WM. P. INNLs, t-eu 1 Sup t
N. A C. and N. Kauroaiw.
. 1.1.. J;.i-li.i-mi
One Hundred rounas Baggage auoweu eacu '7 aDnj j
TilU at XU . . . Tr..-.nri.,r I ?Z"'"UhCi,i OB tb.
Tr.iTii on H. aud S. Ur. KailroaUS connevi . CQIareD wimuus F'oveioi.. a&e- ,nd
with first cla. line of Steamers for Paducah, Cairo ana dMk thu day before sailing from .ateamOoaw, .o-
LonU. passengers w f uu uo -u . .-j attendance
A, 12 Xpf IlCUkt" cuagsu Via WMUt vs-
Steamer will be placed on the line January 1, 1H, to run
; from NEW ORLEANS to ASPIN WALL via tQ.
Tor parage Ticket, or further information, apply t tne
I Comttick--t office, on the Wbarf, FOOT Oi CANAL
!7.-eS -v-"i t1'H Bivro -V.T 17 VllliW
HTJltti, . ''VV.n.iMil. Aaent.
I . TV. W. - ' -
SOPIIA3I & CO.,
,.. ..:a are more liberal than
those of any other hrmm America. .
u. r. emTB.
ISAAC JOSEPH &
AUCTI O N
Comer of Gy ani Main Street,
v ..arvi overHUVT.
ASU CUAJU3lva "
iu v.ii Strt. fcetwMB Tifth and Sixth
tor OCR GREAT NATIONAL WORK I
1? THE STANDARD BISTORT Of THE WAU, cntain-
.... .nth.ntir and reiiabla arconnt of the "great eon-
n 3t from iu commencement to Ua close. Complete in on.
verv large Tolnme, of orer 1.0UO pagei ; conUming RMinc
i. ,km Urm rnvl ortaTO volume, spendtuiy
Ulustrated with otct lio fine portrait of General and tottl.
ce" .- : v. kv n..u nil It nreacnta a rre
Ania l fc" vwm. f "1 ----- - - anil mmn.
RESPECTFULLY OFFERS HI 1'ko
FErMONAL SERVICES to the 'itinns if Kii"xville
and vicinity. Dr. Paxton returns Ins sinters
patrons, and hop. T'L4..?1'. " hnn formerly cupi. d
KrsilrUi.on i nnreo nr, - -. ,,f itp
by 3Ir.M.i. nearly opposit- ,n
Juto AltMBJir, ,:. ,.f Mr. W. II. Lil- I
lard, t. iil Ijc promptly attended to.
FRANK A. RAW.SEY,
(l.ate or rknowHie,)
No. 5 Adams Street,
.ujotf .TIKSIPIIIS. T K.N.N.
W. It. HEVIEll, 31. X.,
Office, "Weit side of Broad-way, 2d door below 3d t
ly23-tf QinoiHTiati. Ucio.
STEPHENSON & DARRDW,
,S.i.Ce-ois to E. MiB. Timouey A t'o.,'
Street, Opposite the Court Hon?,
WOULD RESPECTFULLY IXFOK.'i
th- citizens of Enojville and t Tennessee, that H. . y
a,-.: now in receipt of a New and fresh stock of
Drugs and Medicines,
Also keep a aaads
and SPIRITS TURPENTTN E,
We have How A Steveaa aJ J. " I
A Co. s
THE STEAMER CHEROKEE.
WM. C. UENEGAR, Captain.
'1M1E N'EW and LIGIIT Draft Steamer
I rHEROKEE, 75 Tons Burden, will ran between Chatta
i Knov?lle; Enoxvi.U and Dandridge ; Kuoxv. e
and Bogersville ;
Knoxville and McGuee's Ferry, on Little
TeBeWe. River', and from Chattanooga to Month of Powell'.
chance for Agents. ToacheTa, energetie yonn, RiT,r np Clinch BiTer, lliwa-.ee, t-mory v
n. r.tnrnwi ana duabiea .mccii un , . . n nKr trinntanes aw - e .
IV.-v.! i. , .ill Bud it neculiarlv adapted I "... .i. . or to Mmn. Kenne.lv Bro., on
P""""" -...oj"-.. n, ... Ad4rea I aua ir.ns", -rr-j ---- . . . !,,...-,.
Si nil Ior circular. ou . . , i.. I u.is Sintl. Knaxvaie. ana uuer .o-,
JONKS BSOIUKRi CO
in u. u. ronrth t rest. Ctac'a
CELEBRATED DOMESTIC DYE?,
Which weetfrr to the public generally. ' ' .
Merchant-, Physician, and waters, wo.w.
ilItKforebuvios elsewhere. '
.r,no AJrDjTTf B-
TREDKwIOK KUTDI. AAC H. TATLO.
SUIRE, ECKSTEIN & CO.,
Nortbwt corner 4ti Vm Bf,