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Knoxville, Ttnn., February 28, 1866.
Public Mimiro nr Khoxtillk. A public
mnetiDg U cllod in this city for Thursday next,
March 1st, to ratify the proceeding of the Nh
ville Convention, which wu chiefly composed of the
rear-guard of the Southern Confederacy.
Let the rear-guard of the rebel party in East Ten
nessee come manfully up to the work.
They don't like Horace Maynard and his Union
colleagues, and they can do something to keep them
, out of their seats in Congress by showing to loyal
Congressmefi that rebellion is rampant in Tennessee,
and treason popular.
That unsuccessful hero and pure patriot, Jefferson
Davis, will not be able to attend, but judging from
the character of the chief orators in the Nashville
Convention, 6om of his first Lieutenants will be
4iere.
gc of
Accident Iksukakce. We live in an
improvement, and one of the latest idwig introduced
T t the public is the Travelers Insurance Company
c, ef Ilartford, Conn., with a capital of half million J he had said; he had nothing to regret.
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dollars. This company insures against accidents.
On payment of ten dollars a year the insured re
ceives ten dollars a week so long as he is disabled
from following his usual occupation, (not to exceed
- six months.) Io case of deat'i one thousand dollars
will be paid. On payment of twenty dollars a year,
twenty dollars per week is paid, and in case of death
two thousand dollars. The same amount paid per
year, will be received by the insured per week, if
disabled by accident.
All classes are liable to accidents, and the losses
paid by this company is from ten thousand dollars
John S. Van Gilder is agent for Knoxville and
vicinity. See statement in another column.
said that there were members trasent who refused
to answer to their names, and he would not be sur
prised if it wa. the - result of a- caucus arrange
ment ;
ThaSneiknr. in serl vr-ifjMrie.n.t. asked if the
member from Bedford meant to charge that he wu
BrivT to that trrmmmncL' Mr. JiuJlins replied
that he would as soon suspect the Speaker M any
body else. The Speaker sprang from his chair, and
rronouneed the member from Bedford a "God
damned old liar," at the same time emphasizing his
remark br throwing bis mallet at the offending mem-
ber, but it leii snort u i ujjvu .ue uvor. xne
time-honored instrument of legislative order shot
wide of it mark, ana fell Harmless. Mr. Mullins
retorted by calling the bpeakcr a "damned 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 hall of course increased
under tne influence of this sudden demonstration.
out gradually aoaiea.
Jklr. roston of Shelby, arose, and expressed his
desire to pour oil on the troubled waters. He ear
nestly pretested against the disposition manifested
to reiuse aiscussion by the majority, and implored
mem 10 give inrtner time to tne minority. After a
"in nun iree ueoaie ne was wining la come to a
vote and submit to the voice of the majority.
The Speaker said that he had been grossly insul
ted, and asked the House whether it was willing to
have its presiding officer accused of revolutionary
conuueu ne would retract ana UKe back nomine
118 would
"Dally American Union."
ne Jiave seen two numbers of the above named I
paper, rocootly started at Chattanooga. We have
read its editorials and selected matter, and most
heartily rejoice that such a paper has been started
at Chattanooga. It is a true exponent of the prin
ciples of the great Union party of the country which
f upprewed the rebellion, and is conducted with sig
nal ability. It is printed on good paper, with new
type, and is a quarto sheet. For the sake of the
glorious cause for which th loyal people of the coun
try have suffered so much, we trust this paper will
"be liberally patronized.
We had the pleasure of meeting in Knoxville re
cently Maj. W. R. Tracy, Treasurer and Manager of
the American Union. The Major has been a gal
lant and devoted Union soldier, and any enterprise
he is connected with deserves success as long as he
tdvocates the glorious principles he now does, and
we trust this will be forever.
submit to no such accusations from the old fellow
yonder (pointing to the member from Bedford.)
Mr. Duggan argued that by the Constitution of the
State and the rules of the House, it was the duty of
the Speaker to compel refractory members to an
swer when their names were called. He saw mem
bers sitting in the House and walking about in the
hall, who had repeatedly refused to answer to their
names this evening. It was the duty of the Speak
er to compel these members to record their names
and not thus obstruct the transaction of public busi
ness. He had heard members say in this hall that
"the doorkeeper might compel them to attend, but
they would be d d if they would vote or answer
to the roll call when they did attend," and he wan
tod to know if the Speaker was not going to com
pel such members to do their solemn duty.
The Speaker said that he had already asked the
doorkeeper to summon the absentees, but if theyt
refused to vote when they came there was no help
for it, as his power was at an end. Mr. Raulston
bam mat iue memuer lrum oaeiuy wraii.ua Diame
of the disorder of this evening at the wtorog door,
The blame rested entirely with the minority. He
had heard it talked of for several days past that the
enemies of the bill had determined in caucus that it
should not pass; that they would withdraw and leave
the House without a quorum if they could effect
their object no other way. The member from Shel
by complained of not having free discussion, when
two of his friends had occupied the floor for two days
and till 10 o'clock at night, speaking against time
altogether, not to discuss and argue the measure at
all, but solely to delay its passage, by nllibustering
and revolutionary conduct. Ihe fault was entire
ly with the minority, not with the majority.
COIHIERCIAL & K0I7ETABY.
O0XVILLE RETAIL MASXET PRICES,
aircat WISU.T ar i
JOHN L. HUDIBURG,
Dbalxk i Orocksies akd PaoDtcx.
12,50(53,00
3,00(54,00
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Apples, green, bushel
" dried, $ "
Alum P. ....... ..........
Bacon, new, lb.. ......
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Buckwheat Floor $ lb..,
Bg green, lb
" dry, $i
Batter lb.........
Brooms, each
Blue Stone $ fl ,
Candles, star, $ lb
tallow, $ B....
Cinnamon Bark $ lb. .
Cloves $
Crackers 13 lb ,
Candy, stick, 3 lb
fancy, T3 lb
Copperas & lb
Cheese "$? lb
Cement hbL
Cod FUh A lb
Corn Meal fj basheL....
Corn ', bushel
Coal Oil gallon
Chickens, eath
CodbearH) 75,100
Cotton Yarn MU, dot 50
sun, - 45
700,19 " 40
Cream Tartar 9 lb ... 1,00 (& 1,25
Eggs 'A aoz 15fui 20
Feathers W lb 50fi 60
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ONLY 52 A
ONLY $2 A
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THE GREATEST NEWSPAPER OF THE AGE.
THE GREATEST NEWSPAPER OP THE AGE.
EDUCATION.
Fish, fresh 1 lb....
Flour bbl
Ginseng 1$ lb.....
Ginger 3 lb
Hay 100 lbs... .,
Hides, green, lb.
dry. w lb
Hominy lb .......
Indigo 33 lb
Krout Tfi gal
Lard lb
Lead ii tb
Logwood tb ,
Madder 3 lb ,
Molasses, New Orleans
V gal.
.. 10 15
.14.00 18,00
55(5) 65
.. 40 50
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6(3) 7
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THE CHOICEST POETRY.
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THE CHOICEST POETRY.
vonckrt. A concert will be given, (under the
direction of s. Committee of ladies,) at the'Female
Institute on Wednesday night, Feb. 28th, for the
purpose of creating an educational fund with which
to pay tuition and purchase books for the daughters
of those made destitute by the desolation of war.
The exercises of the evening will consist in Char
ades, Dialogues and Music. The music will be fur
nished by the Amateur Musicians of our city. The
public are invited to attend and enjoy a rare treat
Tickets of admission fifty cents, to be obtained at
tho bcxit stercs and at the door.
Murdek ok x Justice of the Pkac e in Scm
neb CorifTT, Tens. John M. Smart, Esq., was
killed on the 12th inst., while at work. He was a
justice of the peace for the sixteenth civil district,
Sumner county, Tennessee. Esquire Smart was
elet-ted in March, 1864, under the proclamation of
Governor, now President, Johnson. He had no
private enemies, was a good man, a good citizen and
a good officer. He was seventy-ono years of age
when killed, dying from a shot through the brain
and lungs. Louisville Democrat
Veto of Freedman's Bureau Bill.
President Johnson has vetoed the Freedman's
Bill, passed by both Houses of Congress. In the
Senate an effort was made to pass the bill over his
veto py iwo-iniras maionty, but iiro votes were
wanting to accomplish this. We will endeavor to
publish his vete message in our next paper.
In the Senate on the 19th inst., Mr. Senter intro
duced a bill providing for a life-size marble statue
of Abraham Lincoln, to be placed in the Capitol.
A resolution was introduced by Mr. Hall that the
General Assembly adjourn on the first day of March
next, to meet again on the first Monday in October.
Laid over under the rules.
2o discreet Lnion man, under any pretext, wil 1
abandon the great party with which he has acted all
his life, to join the men who, for thirty years past,
plotted, and for four years fought with arms to break
up the Union.
Lieutenant H. C. Jones, 12th Ohio Cavalrj-. has
been dismissed from the service for receiving bribes
for giving false certificates, while Acting Commis
sary of Musters at Knoxville.
ANNOUNCEMENT.
W are authorized and reatmted to anunuuro th
nam-of JoHX T. CLIBOCUNE, of 2d District, for Tax Col
lector, at the nxt March election, feh21-tde
S We are authorised and requested to announce M. W.
HI KFAKKR, Esq., as a candidate for the office of Tax Col
lector, at the ensuing Uaicta election. febTtdc
nr We are authorized and requested to announce J. C.
GIFF1N as a candidate for the office of County Trustee, at the
ensuring March election. frbTtde.
We are authorized and requested to announce W. L:
COTTBELL. as a candidate for the office nf Cnunlt Truster.
atthe ecauing March election. jan24tde
3We are authorized and rsauested to annonnee IT- BAR-
n 1 as a canaiuaie ior re-election as irustee ol anoi count y,
at tne ensuing March election. janlvtdr
B" We are authoriaed and requested to annonnee M. D
BEAEPEN as a candidate for re-election to the office of Sher
Iff for Knox county. jan!7-6t
We are authoriaed and requested to announce the sname
of W. H. SWAN, as a candidate for re-election to the office of
tax Collector, at the ensuiDg March election. janlutde
WWi are authorized and requested to announce the name
01 1. t, A 1 11, as a candidate for the office of County
voun uicra, at tne ensuing .March election. janiotde
We are authoriaed and requested to announce F. P,
BI6IIOP, as a candidate for the offica'of Tax Collector, at the
ensuing in arc n election. janstdc
tW are authorised and requested to anoouncethe name
of ANDREW KNOTT, Esq., as a candidate for Tax Collector,
at tneensuing march election. decZitde7
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venucmen oj me senate : la compliance With the SMITH as a candidate for the office of Circuit Cnrt Clerk, at
provisions OI tllO act Winding up the Bank of Ten- hc ensuing March election. dec20-tdeo
v-w e are authorized and requested to announce JAMtb
L. TCBNER, late of the cth Tennessee Infantry, a candidate
for the office of Tax Collector for Knox county. dec20tde
Oil in Tennessee. An oil well has been
"struck'' at McMinnville, at a depth of about one
hundred fcot, and twenty barrels of oil can be pro
cured daily by using the pump. Gen. Milroy is
one of the managers, and the boring is being con
tinued. An oil company having leased several acres of
land from James M. Avent, in the immcdiato vi
cinity of Murfreesboro', expect to commence opera
tions in a few weeks. The indications arc said to bo
unmistakable.
Sorghum, B sal 75(ii 80
Mackerel, each 1(T( 12J
Mace 0 lb 2,50(3,3, 00
Nails lb 12i15
Nutmegs ft- 2,00i,50
Onions bush: 1,75 2,25
Oats a bush SOfcu 60
' 100 lbs 1,00(0,125
Potatoes, Sweet r3 bush 2,503,00
" Irish bunh 2,00,300
reaches, dried, i busb . 4,00 (a 5,00
Pork'-jStn 12J15
Powder 3 lb 75(1,00
Popper lb 50 60
Peas 3i bush 2,003,00
Rice R 15 20
Raisins tb b0(a) 60
yrup, golden, per gal 2,00(0,2,25
Spice lb 40 50
Salt ijSk sack 5,00
Sugar, brown TA tb...'. 25
Sugar, white $ lb ,
Stareh f& rb ,
SodaMrb 20
Soap lb 20
Sulphur) 30(o,
Shot lb 25
Tea, greeny lb .. 2,002,50
Tea, black lb 1,502,00
Turnips bush 1,502,00
Tallow 10 lOfcfilZ
Tobacco lb 50 1,50
Vinegar gal 75
Wheat bush 2,753,00
Whisky 3 gal 2,004,00
White Fish, each 25 U
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CEITICISilS.
CRITICISMS.
CRITICISMS.
CRITICISMS.
CRITICISMS.
CRITICIS3IS.
EDITORIALS.
EDITORIALS.
EDITORIALS.
EDITORIALS.
EDITORIALS.
EDITORIALS.
EDITORIALS.
LIVELIEST
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LIVELIEST
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SELECTIONS.
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CELL YOUR TJNCURRENT MONEY.
KJ The following are the rates paid by THOS. S. MARK,
BROKER, corner 01 Union and Uollege Streets, ftaslmlle,
Tenn., for uncurrent money. These quotations are liable to
fluctuate, but may be depended on a sufficient length of time
for remittances to be received by mail or express, 11 forwarded
without delay.
City Bank of Augusta 18
Farmers' and Mechanics'
Bank 05
Mechanics' Bank 05
Merchants' and Planters'
Bank 05
Planters' Bank 05
Union Bank 05
Directors of the Bank of Tennessee. The
following message from Governor Brownlow, nom
inating Directors for the Bank of Tennessee, was
sent into the Legislature on the 20th inst. :
nessee and Branches, I send vou the following name
of directors, and ask your approval of the same:
Samuel Watson of Cheatham county, John Baird of
Maury county, and W. T. Berry, A. V. Lindsley,
H. G. Scovel and A. Lovering of Davidson county.
W. G. Brownlow.
Temperance Hall. A Sabbath School will bo
organized in Temperance Hall, East Knoxville, on
Sunday morning, 9 o'clock, March 4th, 1866.
Preaching in the nail at 105, a. m. The public
aro invited.
The Hall has been lately refitted, repainted and
reseated.
Kobbert. A few nights ago a daring robbery
was committed in Greeneville, Tenn. Major P. H.
Butler, a lawyer from Ashville, was attacked and
shot at twice both bails of the pistol passing through
his hat In attempting to defend himself, he re
ceived a blow on the head which prostrated him,
and was robbed of $215.
WWparc authorised and requested to announce I. P
l ALLEY for the office of Tax Collector for Knox county.
decZOtde
We are authorized and requested to announce Major
WILL. E. McBATH, (late 2d Tenn. Cavalry) a candidate for
the office of Circuit Court Clerk of Knox county, at the en
suing March olection. oct!8'tde
BE- We are authorized and requested to announce WIL
LIAM ki Lt as candidate tor County Court Clerk, at the en
suing March election. cep6tde
fT" We are authorised and requested to announce the namo
of HENRY C. TARWATEK, asa candidate for Tax Collector
! at tne ensuing March election. octitdc
: We are authorized and requested to announce Lieut.Col
! P. C. RUTHERFORD, late of the 1th Tenn. Cavalry, as i
: candidate for Clerk of the County Court of Knox county.
j tiection nrst caturaay in March, lfrce. novvutde"
W We are authorized Jand requested to announce W. T.
SEAT as a candidate for County Court Clerk, at the ensuing
March election. deciatde
Nashville Confederate Convention. That
splendid Union paper, the Nashville Press and
Times, which every loyal man in East Tennessee !
should subscribe to, speaks in the following terms of j
the rbel Convention which met at Nashville : '
" The mock Union Convention of vesterdav io-. '.
nored Abraham Lincoln and the Union army, hung
out no Union flag, played no Union music, and twice
hissed tho gallant General Joseph A. Cooper, of
East Tenncssee a soldier who fought four years for
the Union, and fought heroically under General
Thomas in defense of Nashville. The devil take all
such damnable Union Conventions as the vile im
posture of yesterday.''
Legislative Proceedlnes Exciting
scenes in the House.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
COLGATE'S IIOXEY SOAP.
This celebrated toilet Soap, in such universal demand,
is made from the Choicest materials, is mild anJ
emollient in its nature, fragrantly accntcd,
and extremely beneficial in its action npon the skin.
For sale by all Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers. fb21-1y
Mr. Steele of Marshall, made an elaborate argu
ment of considerable length against the .Franchise
bill yesterday, beginning in the morning and con
cluded after dinner. His speech evinced a good
deal of care and preparation, although not offering
any new objection to the measure in debate, us
might naturally be expected after a very protracted
discussion, in which all parties had begun to show
signs of weariness. He did full justice to his
cause.
Mr. Elliott, of Rutherford, followed in his mai
den speech, we believe, against the bill, and made a
very handsome appeal on his side of tho question.
His thorough courtesy and dignity of manner, won
him attention and respect of both sides of the
House. He always respects the feelings and views
of others and it is not in his courteous nature to do
ntherwise. His manner is worthy of universal im
itation. At Ithe conclusion of his argument, Mr.
Raulston moved the previous question, which imme
diately threw the House into commotion, the ene
mies of the bill seeming warmly opposed to the vote,
and its friends being equally resolved to close an
exhausted and exhaustive discussion, by a final de
cision. The roll was called amid a great deal of
feeling on the question of the passage of the bill,
with, the following result :
Ate6 Anderson, Arnell, Blackman, Carter, Cli
pan, Donaldson, Doughty, Dowdy, Duggan, Fuson,
Gilmer, Grove, Grimmett, Hudson, Hale, Inman,
Jones of Claiborne, Jones of Greene, Kerchival,
Mason, Maxwell, McNair, Melton. Mullins, Mur
phy iNorman, Patton, Porter, Puckett, Rogers,
Raulston, Smith of Obion. Snodderly, Thornburg,
Lnderwood, Waters of Wilson, Watterson of Madi
kjkcrofKbea, Welsh, Wines, "Wood, Wood-
vE4rBakr'eCoward' Elliott. Garner, Jarvis,
DrPinS"-0 "M
The total vote cast being fifty-two, and fifty-six
vct constituting . quorunj) thJ biU j. 5
according to the decision of the Speaker. Mr. tW
gan, of Sevier asked that the roll be called, and
thit uc absentees be required to respond, but this
fai&d to elicit responses enough to show a quorum
The confusion and excitement were evidently on the"
increase, as the friends of the bill were convinced
that quite a number of its enemies had either absen
ted themselves from the House or refused to vote in
order to prevent a quorum, and thus defeat the pas
sage of the bill ; and this seemed more obvious
A COUGH, COLD, OR SORETHROAT,
TtBOXIKr IJtXFDtATS ATTIKTIOK ASD SHOTT.P BE CfTECKIB. It
ALLOWETt TO CeNTWE,
Irritation of the Lungs, a Permanent
Throat Affection, or an Incurable Lung
Disease
IS OFTEN THE IK' lt.
BROWN'S BRONCHIAL TROCHES
bating a Dinr.CT inru-r.!cr: oa the tabts, oitb uraintATK
BELIEF.
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tive and Throat DUcanst,
TENNESSEE.
Bank of Tennessee, old
issue S3
Planter's Bank 67
Union Bank. 64
Bank f Chattanooga 22
Commerce. 180
Knoxrille 40
t Memphis ..90
u Middle Tenn... .90
Paris SO
the Union par
it West Tenn 40
Buck's Bank par
City Bank
Commercial Bank 90
Merchants' " 0"
Northern " Pr
Ocoee " 0
Bank of ShelbyvUle 80
Southern Bank s5
Traders' Bank 85
Life and General Insurance
Company 0"
SOUTH CAROLINA.
Bank of Camden 25
Charleston 19
Chester 18
Georgetown IS
Hambers; 15
Newberry 25
the State of E.
Carolina 15
Commercial Bank 15
Exchange Bank 15
Farmers' and Exchange
Bank 05
Merchants' Bank IS
Peoples' Bank 25
Planters' Bask of Fairfield.1 5
Planters' and Mechanics'
Bank 15
State Bank 05
Southwestern Railroad 25
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NORTH CAROLINA.
Bank of Cape Fear 25
" Charlotte 16
" Clarendon 10
" Commerce 10
" Fayetteville 10
M Lexington 15
" North Carolina... 25
Wadesboro' 10
" Washington 10
M Wilmington 10
' Yanceyville 10
Commercial Bank 10
farmers' Bank of North
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Merchants' Bank 20
Bank of Roxboro' 26
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VIRGINIA.
Bank of Berkeley
" Commerce....
Howardsville.
Union Bank
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LOUISIANA.
Bank of America par
" Louisiana 85
" New Orleans 55
Canal Bank 90
Citizens' Bank GO
Crescent City Bank 40
Louisiana State Bank 85
Mechanics' and Traders'
Bank 65
Merchants' Bank 25
Sout.rn Bank par
Union Bank 45
New Orleans Script 80
ALABAMA.
Bank of Mobile 70
" Montgomery 75
" Selma 85
Central Bank 85
Commercial Bank 85
Eastern Bank 40
Northern Bank BO
Southern Bank 65
GEORGIA.
Central Railroad Bank 90
Georgia Railroad and
Banking Company 90
Bank of Middle Georgia.. .70
Marine Bank 70
Bank of Augusta.it 95
Augusta Insurance 05
Bank of Athens 25
" Columbus U
" Commerce 05
44 Empire State 20
" Fulton 26
" Savannah 80
" the State of Ga... 13
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" the Old Dominion. 30
" Richmond 15
" Rockingham 80
" ScottsviUe 10
" the Valley of
Virginia 30
Virginia 20
" Wheeling 85
" Winchester 35
" Rockbridge 80
Central Bank of Vir
ginia 20
Danville Bank 20
Exchange Bank of Vir
ginia 20
Exchange Bank cf Wes
ton 20
Exchange Bank of Alex
andria 40
Fairmount Bank 60
Farmers' Bank of Fincastle.80
Farmers' Bank of Vlrginia.25
Manufacturers' and Far
mers' 80
Merchants' B ink 25
Merchants and Mechanics' 80
Northwestern Bank 60
Southwestern Bank 20
Traders' Bank 20
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A MARKET REFERENCE.
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Gold 185
Silver Dollars 185
" Halves and Quar-
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Dimes and Half
Dimes 125
Vouchers 68
Davidsoi County Bonds. . .70
Tennessee Bonds -...83
L. N. Railroad Script.. ..75
Virginia Bonds ....65
North Carolina Bonds 65
South Carolina Bonds
Georgia Bonds T5
Memphis City Bonds 60
Augusta, Ga., Bonds 60
Savannah, Ga. Bonds 60
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Memphis City Coupons ....40
Tennessee Coupons 50
Georgia Coupons 80
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TKOCUrS ABF t FD ITU ALWAYS COOP SrtlEb.
SIKGEES AND PUBLIC SPEAZEES
will find Trochft useful in clearing the voice when taken before
Singing or Speaking, and relieving the throat after an unsual
exertion of the vocal orgs ns. The Trocars are recommendud
and prescribed by Physician, and bare had testimonials frcm
eminent men throughout the country. Being an article of
tree merit, and baring pre ml their efficacy by a test of many
I years, each year finds them In new localities in Tanous parts of
the world, and the Trorhtt are universally pronounced better
thsn any other articles.
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take any of the Worthier Imitation! that may be offered.
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Every man, woman child who has used
Sterling's Ambrosia
is willing to recommend it. Three years of rap !.J!y in.
creasing sale have made the Ambrosia famous all over
the world.
IT IS WARRANTED TO PLEASE.
It cares Itching of the Head.
It Makes New Hair Grow on Bald Head?.
It Prevents the Hair from Falling Out.
It Renders the Hair Soft and Glossy.
Cleases the Scalp. Cools the Heated Brow. Removes
Dandruff. Cares Nervous Headache. Cores Baldness.
Insures Luxuriant Locks. Inclines Hair to Curl. Su
persedes Wigs. Kills Hair Eaters. Good effect appa
rant at once.
TO THE LADIES WE SAY,
the Ambrosia will suit you to a T. Elegantly put op.
Delicately Perfumed. Patronized by Opera Singers and
Actresses. Sold in splendid boxes or cartons, containing
two large bottles : 2fo.2 for morning No. I for erening.
THERE 13 NO MISTAKE ABOUT IT,
STIRLING'S AMBROSIA is the bt, most agreeable
and effective toilet article ia the world. To prer this
try a carton.
Sold by Druggists.
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" Middle Georgia 66
" Savannah ad
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Central Railroad Banking Company It
City Bank of Augusta 86
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Georgia Railroad and Banking Company 85
Marine Bank 05
Mechanics' Bank in
IS eta
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80
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95
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CLEVELAND
MASONIC FEMALE INSTITUTE
CLEVELAND, TENNESSEE.
THIS INSTITUTION CONTINUES
successfully under the Trustee and the dlreetioe of A,
a. niiLAi', a. a., i'rincipal, and aiaa s. c tUAXSU
LIN, Preceptress.
The Mnsiral Department ia entirely under the control of
Prof. JOSEPH YVANSAMKB, who taught so long and saceese
fully in the Uarv Share Collere, His abilitv aa a Musician
and his success are so well known, that further commendation
is nnnecessarv.
The Long Session commence January 3d, and eontiaae till
tne middle of June, 1S66, six months.
Tuition for three months, mrariablg m atfcwace.
Pair. Class. Reading, Orthography, Geography, Gram
mar, Arithmatic and English Comaosi-
ion $c 00
i-aasa M. Algebra, Ad. Composition, Natural
History, Arithmetic and Latin 9 00
iHiaD class Botany, Iatural Philosophy, Adi Algebra,
Sph. Trig, and Latin 10 50
'i.Mi'iiujj Chemistry, Physiology, Astronomy, Pa
ley's Theology, Geography of the Heav
ens and Latin 12 00
" w- msiory oi civilization. Mental and Mor
al Philosophies, English Literature, Geolo
gy, Logic, Evidence of Christianity,
. Analogy and Latin 14 Jo
music, arencu and Drawing extra.
A Drawing Class will be formed the coming Session under
tbe instruction of Mrs. BLl'ST.
Latin through the whole Collegiate Course.
Board in good families on the most reasonable terms.
janSltf
EAST TENN. UNIVERSITY.
THIS INSTITUTION
OPENED on the 1st of March
twenty weeks.
Instruction will be eiven l.v 1'
cently of St. Louis, Mo.
frice or tuition, twenty-five dollars. Fur Tickets of Ad
mission apply to D. A DEADERICK.
Treasurer.
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next, for a session of
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AH APPEAL
To the -Masonic Fraternity, in bcSmlf at
Education.
ASA COMMITTEE APPOINTED BY
- the Masonic Fraternitv of Cleveland T.nrtve Nr. 1:m
are authorized to solicit all Lodges, Brother Masons and friends
of education, the most hearty co-operation and active interest
in the important enterprise of giving the youag ladies of our
State, and the surrounding conntrv. mn.t thnmi..!. i
and useful education. We know we have everv adnata? .nri
convenience for maintaining and establishing one or th. fir.
schools in the country, as cheap, good and beneficial as else-
vnere.
In connection with our Lodze we have a most evcellpnt r.
male Institution, controlled by a board of efficient Wm
and the most thoroughly competent teachers. This institu
tion was chartered with collegiate powers in 1856, under the
title of "Masonic FemaleJInstitute," and it commands a wide
influence. It is onr duty as Masons and our most earnest de
sire to make its influence u-KtVrand its adrantages felt through
out the country.
The 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 ? By a nnited effort of all
Lodges and'Brother Masons we can and nail have a name.
Our Lodge is flourishing, and our Institute also, but we want
to make our young ladies competent to occupy any and every
position appropriate to their sphere. We have every facility
for their accommodation and most thorough education. Our
town is easy of access from all points healthy and comnosed
f good society and good churches. The students are well
cared for by the teachers and their health earernitv lookH .f.
ter. Our course of study U thorough. No labor or mp.n. r.
spared to make every one not only accomplished but her edu-
uuu useim iu mTKeii auu oiners.
As Masons and friends of education, we mnst be artirr en
ergetic aud progressive to'keep onrs ahead and above other in
stitutions of our section.
January 1st. 186C. the Masons mi.tr n .nnrnrr;uinn ...
charitable purposes. Five daughters of Master Masons, de
ceased, are provided tor, and it is the intention of the Lodge
to make provisions for as many more as soon as the finances of
the Fraternity will justify them in so doing.
au exceueni ooarmne nouse is established near the Insti
tute, for the accommodation of all those coming from abroad.
The terms are so reasonable that the complaint of high board
cannot be longer an obstacle to sending to onr school.
We have in thMu6ical Department Prof. Joseph Wassamer,
who is too well known to deed commendation. He is a most
thorough and efficient teacher, and his scholars saow the true
spim oi lausic.
Tuition in the Literary Department ranees from SM to Ml
J"", wuuuui any exira ennrge. music, French and Draw
ing extra.
Again, Brothers, we call uoon vou to ronin un mH in
uut uuuic uuurrinainil.
W. R. TREWHITT
J. M. CROW,
D. B. O'NEIL,
janl0-2iii Committee,
TOE SALE.
SALE OP EEAL ESTATE IS EAST TB
I: . J ;1 1 : MEDICINES. 0 - : i i X
01
THE 1st DAY OF' f 4V ion. iir
le uremic. ' ,1000, Xi
ill sell on the premises
Tie St Clair Manufacturino. Trntrt
Situated at ?t. Clair, Hawkins county, tZ,t ----- J
miles from Whitesburg Depot, oa the East T , '? .
ginia Railroad, and eight miles from KogersvllU. tbu 1
nuuiuiui; iuc imai tuusuw prvpariy Ol (ne Kind iB Y.mt
'enneeeee. To persons desiring to engage in tne manor....
of Leather. Shoes, Saddle, and other Leather Good.. .,
rortunity is now offered which ia not elsewhere to be found.
here i a large number of Vata all under cover, a three story
brick house containing the necessary shops for the various
branches of to Leather Dusineas, a in roe story brick boarding-
house, a larze brick smoke-house, a blacksmith shop, a two
story shoe shop, cottags,witb garden attached, for I lie ue o
the employees oi tne eetaousnmeat, cnue, names, ac. also,
A Swelling House,
With the neceeary outbuilding, and
A Store House.
There is no better location for a retail store. The property
consists of a Urge number of lots in said town, with some very
excellent adjouimg meadow lands. At tbe same time and
piac we will sell two tract vf land situated in the vicinity
On the 2d day of Mar. 18C6. at the eonrt house door in Roc-
ersville, we will sell a large number of improved and unim
proved lots in tne towa or Kosersviue. one of which is an ex
cellent easiness stand, and many of which are situated near
mo uaiiroaa iepoi.
Un the 4th day of May, 1S06, w will sell at Mooresbnrg,
A Lot with a Good Store House.
Thereon. This lot, situated in Mooreeburg, is the most eligi
ble establishment for the retail mercantile business in the
whole country. At the same time and nl-. wa will
a tract of land situated in the vicinity, containing abont Bfty
Acres. ' .
A more particular description of this orooertv r. r i,.i
on application to us,orCapt. James truer, at Kugenvillc.
Terms.
The property will be sold to tha bi.-hu ,i.l.l.,, ' ...... i.-ir ..r
the sale money to bo Paid in six mouths, tho nuind.. in
tWeive; and the purchasers will be required to give notes, with
a power irrevocable attached to confuss judgment, and perso
nal security, in addition to which the title will 1 retained
until the money is paid.
Railroad Stock for Sale.
We will also sell at private .k.. ..c . . i.
the RogersviUe And Jefferson Kailroad Company, on favorable
' iv,wiuimuii km. aud a. Kailrwid to
Eogersville Female Institute.
This valuable and snlen.liil Kiln..tinn.i ir.fr.i.i;.i .:n
.1...!,-,.,,,,,, , W 111
(so be offered for sale in a short tima mm
of the larger portion of the stock, filed a bill to procure a sale
property e pr',pCr,r" W "antlJ lnTi, attention to this
Personal Property.
We will also on the 5th day of March. Ihm:. 1 .
quantity of personal property, at RogersviUe, to the highest,
bidder, on a credit of six months.
The foregoing described nroDertv. with nin, 1, .,th,.r r..i ...
ate, was assigned to us on the Till ,f x,.v...k... k. . i
Jas. K. Simpson, Jas. Sevier, John A. Simpson, Win. Siiu'nson
noo.simpsou and others, fur the purpose of having the same sold
for the payment of the debts which are .In- fmm ..vur.i ,,.
.-1 J )' 5
THE PEOPtE'S riilUND.
PERRY DAVIS'
VEGETABLE
PAIN KILLER.
w.
eral firms
it. Keynulds were
TBI CBIAT
Family Medicine oi toe Ao. v
Tue?c,'TEA"LLY. JT CURES
pepsm or Ind.g-aUoo l,Ter pW-t, Dys-
lomplaint, Paiuter1! fZ?f f 'a,n ' 8ch. Bowel
Dysentery. llc' A""c Cholera, Diarrhea and
APPLIED EXTERNALLY, CtKES
Felon., Boils, and Old ?ore.. tiever. fn . . .
Brui and Sprain., SwelUn;oMhVJ;.a,RSJ'
Tetter, Broken Breaats. Frosted 1 and Chfln" ? I
ach, Pain in the Face, Neura.gi,. Rheumatism1 fc
It a sure remedy for Ar.re and f.'mii ,nd rtT7,
PALN KILLER.
Taken iuU-rnally, should be adulterated with oi!k or watar
or made into a syrup with molasee. For a i onh . t !
drops on sugar eaten will be more effective than anything sUe.
See Printed Directions tchich accompany each bottle.
'HECTARE OV ALL IMITATIONS.
The Pain Killer is sold by all re.pectable Druraists throuirli-
out the l uited States aud in Foreign Countries.
Prices 23 cents, 50 cents and$l per buttle.
J. X. HARRIS A CO., Cincinnati, O.
Proprietors for the Sonthern an.l Weatera Siataa
Sold W holcaale and Retail by Berry, Demoville A Wharton,
...un.uif, i.. n ei?ier A t.o., tiouisviile.
fab 21-3m.
ALLEN'S LUNG BALSAM,
Th" Gr-i R -me ly for th Cure of
CONS UMPTION
HE
1
AND ALL DISEASE! OF THE LCNG3.
of which they and James M. Buff an.l
members, and which did business at RogersviUe, Mooreeburg I Altfn's I.
and St. Clair, in Hawkins eonnty, Tennessee said assisnuieut ! is -rfectly
oenent oi tne creditors therein
HESll.T
proof of its -i i
pr.i-rtivs of tbis r. m
i, ft iiirir i' .1 m.int ... i ...
whi. h can lie had of , h . " ? . , ". a P?'P""t.
" - MkH V 1 1'" I t' ins
V "l"ll- BMI1 1 l III. llilU,.V. r ,l..le a
an incredible short time, by cattsin, . I'J, Zi. "P
OF ITS 1SE IS A
alue. Tin- extraordinary healiug
are experienced by all tl... ah.
Wlil be follud ill it naninlil.f
outs where the lue.Uciue is for sale.
e'm re easily ex pec to-
LOST AND STRAYED.
CTOLEn. ON THE NIGHT OF THE
k 20th of last month, (Januarvi from the subscriber, livlno-
two miles from Athens, leim.. on the main road leading to
Charleston, Tenn., a dark bay horse, four years old, abont 15
hands high, no bite hairs on said horse, except a little in the
mane, caused by the collar hair off the under side of the iaw
caused by Distemper. I have good reason to believe that said
norse was stolen py a man by the name of John Patterson.
rho formerly lived near Daudridce. Tenn.. and who. 1 think.
is now about that place, as his family were living there some
two months since. Said Patterson is abont 24 year, old
about 5 feet 8 inches high, and dark hair. Wore, when he left
here, a suit of blue mixed jeans. I think it probtble he mav
sell said horse before reaching Dandrdge, so s to be able to
remove his family to Middle Tennes.ee, which I understand
was his intention.
I will nay 525 to an v person who will irive information ao
that I may get said horse, and S25 for the apprehension of tho
thief. febU-4t MITCHELL GASTON.
D. G. TERRY.
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN S
AND SHOE MAKER.
MY FRIENDS AND THE
BOOT
T WANT
-- public in general, to take due notice and eovcrn them
selves accordingly, that I am now prepared to make all
kinds of Gents' fine French and American Calf Sewed Boots,
Patent Leather Boots, and Congress Gaiters. Also, Ladies'
Gaiters, Balmorals, and Slippers. All kinds of repairing done
with neatness anddinpatrh. Shop on the west side-of Market
Square. Give me a call. fi-bI lim D. G. TEKRT.
FASHIONABLElillLLINERY !
J. A. HENDERSON & CO.,
No. 18 West Fourth Street,
Cincinnati, Ohio.
KEEPS TIIE LARGEST AND BEST
assortment of
BONNETS,
HATS, and
MILLINERY GOODS.
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Crediton of said Firms
ro notified to file their claims.
There are many persons in,l. l,f.,.l . .;a r--.. ti... ..
of said debts have been assigned to us for the purpose above
Indicated. The creditors of said firms have secu fit to press
them with all the means the law aftorH. an.l tha i
compelled to adopt means to meet those demands. We aA-sigm-es,
have no descretion ; and, '
All Persons Owing said Firms
re notitied that we will he compelled to make collections.
. M. FI LKERSOX,
JAMES T. SHIELDS.
janlit-tda Trustee-, if.
VALUABLE MILLS AND WATER POW
ER FOR SALE.
I . 'Ouu.vine t lour Mills, Saw Mill, and 20 acres of land,
l with a comfortable dwelling house on the bank of the
liolston River, fifteen miles below Knoxville, iu the town'ut
Louisville, is now offered for sale. Kor further particulars
PP'y to sepaotfj KENNEDY i BRO S.
FOR SALE
A FINE FARM in a high state of cnltivation, lying in the
Watauga Valley, Carter county, Tenn.. containing be
tween four and Ave hundred acres, with all the necessary
buildings, consisting cf a comfortable dwelling house or man
sion, all necessary outbuildings, a fine barn, a splended large
and well.assorted orchard of choice fruits. Also, twosplendid
mill-seats, or seats for any kind of machinery, all lying in a
short distanceof the East Tenn. and V'a. R. K. For further
particulars address Col. J. K. MILLER, Knoxville, or Eliza
bethton, Tenn., or apply to him in person, w ho will take great
pleasure in showing the property. octll-tf
CHANCERY COURT KNOXVILLE.
BALES.
Knoxville & Kentucky Railroad Co. vs. Parser X Nel
son. TX ACCORDANCE WITH A DECREE
made in this cause at the January Term, 1SC6, of said
court, I will sell at the court house door iu Knoxville, ou
Thursday, the 22d day of March next, a part of lots No. 75
and 76, in Swan, Neleon i Mabry's addition to Kuoxville,
frontingon JIabry Street, 100 feet, and "mini: 3 back loO feet,
to New Street, on a credit of six mouths, without the ritbt of
rertemption. Bond without interest with good security will
be required, and a lien retained for the purchase monev.
D. A. DEADERICK, C. i M.
.I .N.. B VLS M Contains no nnimn it. ft.. ... t.
harmless for the most deli. af -!.,l.i
eaie.i Lung "l ,lla Ul Wl" Iu rid "is Treatise upon Dis
tort 1 V"h fFHiSTV ?tJ " nr "" b' ,he ProDrI-
lor. .1. v UAKRI. A I (J., Uucinuali, U.
Price SI jr bottle.
Sold bt itt Medium; Dkalibs.
Lrvn, i P, udl. t .n. :,.,hvill, K. S. Ilol.ii.eou Co., L011
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IJU'OKTAXT TO 3J OTHERS.
Mrs. WIXSLOW'S
Celebrnted Worm Candy,
in n
CHILDREN AND ADULTS.
lji. the Saf.nt and surest Itemed in
Hit! 'Inrkt for lliu I'.xpulsioii of Uernis.
hildrrn rraie it. It cl like ia c ha rut
no bad effects from its use.
Thousands of mot reliable testimonials Sak its praise,
mild in its elfe. t ; and sure in its result. We append one of
the many certificates sent us as an evidence of its superiority
over other medicines purporting to be Worm fpoeiiics.
Be Sure to Ask for
Mrs. WIX.MsOTT'S 1VOUM CANDY.
TAKE NO OTUF.R.
l'n. 1 upulous persons may try to induce you to take others
that are worthl.-sa. on which thoy make more profit.
Kor sale by all lrucgits. ' fa07tf
FOUTZ'S
CELEBRATED
Horse &M Gal Pot flers.
William II. 1; raves, Trustee, 4c, vs,
wife, ct als.
OBEDIEXCE TO
F
1 rei
G. McFarland, ami
A DECREE
rendered in this cause at the January Term. 10(5. of said
court, I will sell at ths door of the court house in Knoxville,
on Thursday the 22d of March next, the house and lot in
Knoxville, at the northeast corner of Church aud Crooked
Streets, on which the widow of said McFarland now live.
Half the purchase money will be required down, an.l the res
idue in six months, taking note bearing interest, and retain
ing a lien till paid. D. A. PEADEKK'K, t'. & 31.
Thus. J. Carter va. James E. Carter, et al.
TN ACCORDANCE WITH AN ORDER
-L made in this cause at the January Term, l!iot;, of said
court, I will sell at tho rourt house door in Knoxville, on
Thursday the 22d of March. 1SG0, eight Acres, more or lee., of
land belonging to Jas. K. Carter i Brother, lying 011 Koseber
ry Creek, in Knox county, on a credit of 6 and 1- month,
taking bonds without interest, with good security, and retain
ing a lien till payment is made.
.... D. A. DEAKEIMCK, r. ,t 31.
Vf. C. Kain v. John Nihlo and other.
TN ACCORDANCE WITH A DECREE
-L made in this cause at the Janury Term, ISW, of said court,
I will offer for sale, at the court house door in Knoxville. on
Thursday, the 'J2d day of March, 18'.r,, a small tract of land,
belonging to said Niblo, lying ou the snnthside of the road
leading from Knoxville to Daudridre, adjoining The lands of
John Williams. A. G. Jackson and K. JIcNutt. Seilins flrt
?i Acres, and afterward, if necessary, a Acres, sold by Nib
lo to John Pedigo. Note, with interest, at 8 month, with
good security required, aud a lien retained for payment of the
purchase monev. The sal.Jwill be without the equity of re
demption. D. A. PEABKRICK, C. M.
slf
I
this animal, such as LUNG
WATER, HEAVE3.C0UO US,
IMSTEMPKK, EE VERS,
FOUNDER!, LOSS OF AP
PETITK AND VITAL EN
EKGT.ic. Iu use improves
the wind, increases the appe
tite givts a smooth and
gl'.ssy skin aud transforms
the miserable skeleton into
a flue looking and spirited
horse.
This preparation, long and
favorably known, will thor
oughly rtinvigorate broken
down and lew-spirited horses,
by strengtheoiiig and cleans
ing the stomach and intes
tines. It is a sure preventativ;
of alt diseases Incident to
FEVEB, GLANDERS, VILLOW
Co. v.. Campbell
I
Knoxville and Kentucky Railroad
Wallace.
N OBEDIENCE TO A REVIVED
order of gale, made at the January Term. 160. of said
court in this cause, I will sell for cash, the residue of respon
dent's Stock in the East Tennessee and Georgia Railroad Co.,
being 103 shares or an amount sufficient to pay complainant's
claim and costs, some S0". The sale will be made at the couit
houe door, on Thursday, March, "AM, 1MJ.
D. A. Dr.A IEKI.'K, . X 31.
Molins. Currier i Sherwood vs. II. T. i J. L. Cox.
TN ACCORDANCE WITH A REVIVED
JL order of sale, made at the January Term, 1'7, of aid
court, I will expose to public sale at the court house d.Kr
in Knoxville, on Thursday, 3I.irch 2-Jd, lf6, a tract of
laud owned by respondent, H. T. Cox, lying in Knox county,
on the northside of liolston River, adjoining the lands of S.
D. S. Lowe, Wm. Smith and others, on a credit of six months
without interest, takiug bond with approved security, and re
taining a lien till the purchase money is paid.
feh! 4t D. A. DEAPERICK, C. A 31.
N
FARMS AND HOUSE LOTS
RHEA COUNTY, FOUR MILES
X from Bradey's Ferry, on Tennessee River, a farm of 2f3
Acres, with nearly new frame dwelling house, and all the ne
cessary out buildings, 50 Acres is cleared and the whole wil! be
sold at a moderate price.
In the vicinity of Sulphur Spring, Rhea county, on the line
of the charteerd Railroad from Chattanooga to Big Creek
Gap, any number of h iir- lot, of nin-s to suit purchase,
and at reasonable rates.
A splendid river farm in 3Ieigs county, hi the Tenuesec,
about the mouth of Hrwco Creek, known as the " Prestou
farm." It contain -50 or -CO Acres. 100 of which is first bot
tom, 80 to 30 Acres No. 1 seeond bottom Ian Is, cleared. The
remainder is well timbered. No better crn or wheat land
can be found in East Tennessee. One half cash down will be
required, the ballaneeon time to suit purcl.asers.
Also four other farms, in Khaa rounty, -t more convenient.
Purchasers are referred to our branch office, in charge of
J. C. Wasson, at Sulphur Springs. Khea ronntv.
deeiOtf MARItY, ABKRNATI1Y i CO.
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OFFICE CORNER OF FULTON AND NASSAU
STREETS, NEW YORK CITY.
H71-2w
OCEAN STEAMERS.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPA
NY'S THROUGH LINE TO CALIFORNIA.
Touching at 3Icxican Torts, and carryiiig
the United States Mail.
T EAVE PIER No. 43, NORTH RIVER,
J-J foot of Canal street, at 12 o'clock noon, on the 1st. 11th
and 21st of every month, (except ,when those dates fall on
Sunday, and then on the preceding Saturday fur ASPIN-
n ALL, connecting via 1'ansma Railway, with ne of the
Company's Steamship from Panama for SAN FRANCISCO
touching at ACAPULCU.
JANUARY.
1st HENRY CHAINCEY, Captain Gray, connecting with
COLORADO, apt. Watkins.
10th ATLANTIC, Capt. 3Iaury, connecting with SACRA
MENTO, tapt. Caverly.
21 NEW YORK, ( apt. Horner, connecting with CONSTITU
TION, Lapt. tarnsworth.
Departures of the 1st and 21st connect at Panama with
Steamers fr SOUTH PACIFIC PORTS. Those of 1st touch
at MANZANILLO.
THttOVGIl PA-Ai;E BATES IS Cl'F:XfT.
First Cabin, 1300
Second Cabin, 200
Steerage, - - - lOO
A discount of ONE QUARTER from steamers' rates allowed
to second cabin and steera? pawngers with families. Also,
an allowance of ONE QUARTER on through rates to clergy
men and their families, and school teachers ; soldiers having
honorable discharges, HALF FARE.
One Hundred founds llaegage allowed each adult. Ba??a-a-
m asters accompany baetraire through, afld attend to ladiea and
children without malo protectors. Raggage received on the
dock the day before sailing, from steamboats, railroads and
"passengers who prefer to send down early.
An experience.! surgeon on ooarti. Medicine ani attendance
free.
A Steamer will be placed on the line January 1. 1V6. to rn
from NEW ORLEANd to ASP1N" WALL via HAVANA.
For HDMts Tickets or further information, apply at the
Cosnpany's ticket office, oa the Wharf, FOuT OF CANAL
STREET, NOP.Tfl RIVER, NEW YORK.
janlOSm F. W. G. BTLI.QW?, Arret.
unm minnr ilv
SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE.
BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE OF TIIE
Circuit Court of r.ogersville, made at the January Term,
18C6, in the cae of Smith Woods, Adm'r of Jacob 3Iiller, dee'd,
vs. Iianiel C. -Miller aud others, the undersigned as Commis
sioner, will sell to the highest bidder, at the court house
door in RogersviUe, on Wednesday, 3lay 2.1, 1"., tho undivi
ded one-half of Three Lot?, lying on the Rogersvilln and Jef
ferson Railroad, and near the F. male Institute. Al-n. on
Tuesday April 10th, 1K'"j;, at the late reidence of Jacob .Mil
ler, deceased, late of Hawkins comity, I will ell to the high
est bidder, several hundred Acres of Valuable Firming Laioi,
belonging to the estate of said deceased. Said laud w ill bt
sold in parcels t suit purchasers. There is a quantity of
River bottom, and the premises are well timbered and watered
There is a good dwelling house and out buildings ou the pr
liiiees.Jwhk h are included in the Widow's lower, but the whole
of the lands will be sold subject to the Dower Estate. Said
sales will be made on a credit of firere month. erp thr sum vf
finp'r cent, to l paid in html; and note with good security
will be required for the purchase monev, and a lien retained to
secure the same. WSI. M. PIPER,
fell-6t Clerk and Commissioner.
FOR SALE. 85,000 ACRES OF UNDI
PROVED LANDS in different parts of East Tennessee,
containing immense mineral wealth. Well adapted to stock
graizing, with some splendid sites farms, an.l water power.
Also, some of the lands are well suited to settle colonies of
Emigrants. Particular rri"iiij erry kiwi nf luud in Knt
Tenuewt, Kill 6e promptly and ijraiinnt ijic'n. It ndilrgin4j r
wiling oh. COCKUILL A SEY3IOUR,
Real Estate Brokers.
decJftf Knoxville, T.-un.
To ket'Ftrs of Cowj :liis preparation is invaluable. It in
creases the quantity and in
proves the quality of the
milk. It has been proven by
actual experiment to increase
the quantity of milk im
cream twenty per cent, and
makes the butter firm and
sweet. In fattening cattle,
it gives them an appetite,
loosens t . eir hide, and makes
thm Iswe much Iz
In all diseases of Swiue, su.-h as Coughs, Clears In the Lungs,
Liver, Ac, this article acts r,B.
asa specific. P-y putting yT4'
from one-half a paper to a
paper in a barrel of swill
tiie above diseases wiil be
eradicated or entirily pre
vented. If given iu lime, a
certain preventive and cure for the Hog Cholera.
Price 25 Ceuu per Paper, or 5 Papers for $L
f SEPARED ET
.V. FOTJTZ & BRO, '
AT THEIR
WHOLES!' c una; ay medicine depot,
3?a US Franklin St., Ealtimcje, Mi
For sale by Cham'icrlain Brothers, Knoxville, Tenn.,
and by Druggists and StTeke-pers throughout tbe United
States. JanlO-ly
IMPLEMENTS AND GARDEN SEEDS.
s pai roim's SULKY.
'-V- i'.T.e.- Z-TiJ-
TOR SALE. A TRACT OF LAND IX
X. Creone eonnty 4,' Aerea adapted to st'.'k grazm;
and abounds in Coal, Iron and other minerals.
dec20tf COCKRILL k SBf-MOCR.
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. Tbis is just the book the people want. It presents a rare I
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JONES BROTHER it CO., 148 West FonrtH street, Cincm
nati, Ohio. octl-tf
CORN AND COTTON CULTIVATOR.
A -MACHINE FOR TIIE RAPID,
-a. . heap and thorough cultivation or Ctrn. Cotton, or
oth.-rcrops , planted in row. It is also usid in preparing
the ground aud ptiitin? ia j;raiii, will ruliivat- well from
to t-rflce arre per tlcif.
W are the ole apents f. r tlo; above machine for 3nddleand
Ea-t Tenness.-e, i; -.,ri.i and Alabama, and arj also agents
for the best
1 and 2 Hone Railway Powers and Thresher x,
2 and 1 ll,r. l.frr Pvicers and Thresher,
Rr-npiiig and M-ju-'mg Machines, Corn Shelters,
Fan Mills, Plo'cs, Field .SW, Suttlys Unng Pli,wa,
$'-, $c, tC.
tirrulars nun! A t.':i.v addre-.
J. II. WARNER A ;0.,
Hardware Dealers.
!. '! ;m No. -i rublir Square, Nshille, Tenn.
76 BROAD STREET, 76
AGRICULTURAL 131 PL EM EN TS
AND
Field and Garden Sacds.
BEST PEEL PLOWS, HARROWS, UOES. CULTI
VATOR."), SHOVELS, SPADED, FORKS, RAKES, 4C.
GENT FOR WM. B.
teel Plow, for Tennessee. Northern
Jeorzia. AUbama and yiissi-sippi. Tins tvautilul Plow ha
won the First Premium Throughout theeutire Northwest, an.l
is adapted to all vari- ties of soil. It is made of the be-t Saw
Plate Cast Steel, and is ery light, neat and strong.
Itesit Oartlt'li Needs at Wholesale or ou Commission
to Dealers.
Orders promptlv atleirb d t".
E. t;. BLVTHERWICK.
Tf. Broad treet.
P. ". Box 1 j., Naahviile, Tenu. feb21-t
( KN ERA L
V.T YOlNG S Ste
DISSOLUTION.
D1
1SSOLUTION. THE Tart-nersuip op
L. S. Honien. il. A. 31iilcr A r.eorge Salisbury in tha
aameof the lirmsof Holden A .inner ana Holden, Miller t
Salisbury, is hereby menially dissolved, this the l.'.th day of
January, 1.'.
The business of tiie above hrms will be cbieed by L. S. Hol
den A i. A- -V ill r, together. L. S. HOLDEN,
O. A. MILLER.
febT-lt t;EO. SALISBIBY;
STEAMBOATS.
AW NOTICE. HOLDEN & SALIS-
BURY, Pandridse, T nn nessee. The umlersiirned kin
tins aay euiera inio partnership in the practice of Law in
the State and Federal Courts for East Tennessee.
January 15th. li. L. A. HOLDEV.
febT-f ;EO. SAI.1SBCRT.
THE STEAMER CHEROKEE.
WM. C. HENEGAR, Captain.
, 2T0TICE OF WITHDRAWAL.
! XT L. BARNES has this day withdrawn from the fir
! XA. J- H. Fessenden A t o.
THE NEW and LIGHT Draft Steauer i
CHEROKEE, T5 Tone Burden, will mn between Chatta- !
aoopa and Knoxville ; Knoxvilie and Dandridge; Knoxville j
and RogersviUe ; Knoxville and McUhee'a Ferrv, en Little
Tennesse River, and from Chattanooga to Month of Powell's '
River, np Clinch River, Hiaae, Emory, Sail Creek, Soddy, ;
and allother tributaries above Muscle Shoals. For passage '
and frMght, apply on board, or to Messrs. Kswnedy A Bro., on '
Main Street, Kanxville, sad Fishs A lows, t nattssoorv, ;
T.r.n. ... e i-mia-sffi .
J. H. Fessenden and S. A. Crittenden, will continue the busi
ness, assuming all liabilities, and making all colleeT-o na.
Knoxville, Tenn., Dec. 4th, 1S65. dec!3tf
DOCTOR
FRANK - A. RAIYISEY,
(Late of Knoxville,) . " ' "
No. 5 Acjiatas Street, "I
in. 'i wrwrni". T-ya,

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