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KXOXYILLE, TEM, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1866.; 'J ';, l ) Ruffle TllQ fU NUMBER 3.
Ut "ntsxvtU WM$
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By BEOWULOW, HAWS & CO.
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OSt TIAR. payable invariably i advance jj 9JJ
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sabeertptlon win be rmlnd for P"10 "
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nr th amount forwarded.
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lach continuation of Mniat 1 00
Om square, sia ssooths, Id 00
Oh jur, ft aanasa, 20 00
Liberal discounts will t made to those who advertise Hb
raliv. Call en persons to become candidate will be Inserted ai
Ib.r advertisements, to be paid for invariably in advance.
All advertisements od which th number of insertions is not
marked, will b published TILL roaatn, and charged accordingly.
IdnniMU'DU will b considered doe when inserted, eaeept
IbnM with wboai we kry rerular account.
Ko advertisement from a distance will ba inserted unle ae
eompanied by a r.mittane, except in aai wbare the adTer
llaar it knows to b punctual.
EEAL ESTATE AGEITCIZS.
THE OOXVILLE WHIG.
Knoxville, Tenn., February 28, 1866.
appreciated.
Ther are some men ia tho South, at least, who
are not to be gulled by the excessively Conserrt
tive papers of the North, more Southern in tone
during and since the war than the Richmond Ex
aminer or the Memphis Ayalanch. A correspon
dent of the Jackson (Miss.) Clarion thus refers to
them, naming the New York News and Metropoli
tan Record "papers published in New York for
Southern consumption :''
" They are the moral bottle and sponge holders
of the South. They dine sumptuously every day
arc arrayed in purple and line linen, bought with
contributions levied upon Southern folly. They sit
' now, as while war ragpd, comfortably "in carpeted
parlors, and tell us : ' Wade in boys, you have many
friends in New York. You were not whipped by
no means show your pluck. Make demands. De
fy Andy Johnson. Ills exactions are intolerable.
They are not legitimate consequences of defeat
He is no friend of yours or of the Constitution.'
All that sort of sublime nonsense commends itself
to the self love, if not to the sense of the South.
-Whenever such a paper gains access to a Southern
homestead, discontent broods over it. Excellent
Southern citizens are thus induced to migrate. They
abandon a country which they pretend to love,
when it most needs wisdom and conservatism. Un
fortunate are we, that these crazed politicians still
live, and wield so baleful an influence over honest
well-meaning people."
If the Southern people understood, fully, how lit
tle influence this class of newspapers has in the
North, and with what contempt they are regarded
by the masses of our people, they would cease to
regard them as indices of Northern sentiment and
opinion. In order to obtain a foothold in tho South
and draw from thence a patronage that they cannot
hope for in tho North, they pander to the worst pas
sions and prejudices of the Southern mind and ex
cite hopes that they know are doomed to disappoint
ment. As the correspondent forcibly says, where
theft mischief breeders gain access to a Southern
household, "discontent broods over it." If the
Southern people persist in following these blind
guides they will surely fall into the ditch and 'the
fit6t ditch" it will prove to them.
The above we clip from the Cincinnati Commer
cial, a conservative paper and an advocate of our
"erring Southern brethren." The admonition of
the Commercial is commended to East Tennessee
malcontents who read such treasonable and prosti
tuted sheets as those named, and the New York
Sunday Mercury and Cincinnati Enquirer. As the
Commercial says they have no influence in the
North and are not criteriens of Northern sentiment.
. HENRY C. WHITNEY & CO..
Eeal Estate Brokers,
NAS HVILLE, TENN. . ...
Particular attention given to the sale of lands
in East Tennessee t parties from the North
crn States. All persons oirning Real Estate .
and desiring to make early sales are invited to
communicate trith this office, sending full de
scription, lowest price and best terms. Char-
gcs moderate, and no charge unless sale be
effected. 'We are desirious to open correspon
dence icith,aid secure the co-operation of Real
Estate Agents throughout East Tennessee.
Mineral Lands and large tracts of Cheap
Lands vcanted for Colonists.
Bra to Got. Brown! ow. uo22tf
0W1TEES OF IMPEOVEiTfaEIIS
Iksirous to sell the same, are invited to send
full description, lowest price, and best terms,
together icith authority to sell the same to this
office.
OXE HUNDRED FARMS WANTED
for Northern Emmigrants ! !
Parties having elligable'Mill Sites to dispose .
of, arc likewise requested to confer icith us.
No charge for services unless sale be effected. '
HENRY V. WHITNEY & CO.,
Real Estate Agents, Nashville, Tenn.
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DRY GOODS. &c.
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PHILADELPHIA STORE,
GAT STREET, -Opposite
the Post Office.
A VINO r PURCHASED . THE .KA
TEXSIYB and Fa.hiohui ft'xV of
DANIEL AINSWORTH & CO.,
(For oer four ycri connected with the Pay Drpt. l 8. A.) I
-A.ttorneys for Claimants, ;
NASHVILLE, TENN.
ALL luyal citizens having meritorious claim against the I
Government for property taken for the ate of the Army, '
will fiuJ it to their interest to communicate with us.
All soldiers having pensions, bounty or back pay due, all '
officers having: nusettled accounts, and all persons who drew j
peacions jnor the rebtlUcm, will find it to their advantage to
confer with tin. In all claimt irhick m advise to prottnttion of, ;
ire tcill guarantee euocew. ' j
Bhehs to His Excellency, Win G. Brownlow, Governor of 1
Tennessee, and to the business men of Nashville. dcc6tf j
BROWNLOW, HAWS & CO.,
Machine Rulers, &c, &c,
lleri-toSir bxlongin t J. t'. I'i.xiir t t ..
JAS. II. ARMSTRONG,
Would respectfully inform his
OLD FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS,
That he would be happy to wait on tlif m again, guaran
teeing as
good" bargajns,
" ' , As any bouse in
EAST TENNESSEE.
The Stock will be added to from day to dar. bv .'''. aud
it is hoped that the moat nitidious, as wrll a the moot
ical, both of the city and the country, can be pleanvd.
COME ONE! COME ALL !
no29tf
IOS. A. HABBV,
kitioxrille, Tenntute.
(.EORGC S lil HONS,
Lcttt J.'. & R.Q.M.,th lnd.
JAS. T. ABER5ATHT, j
Late Lt. CoL 10A Tenn. Cat.
F. A. KKLLr,
LnteLt.iR.Q.M.,itkTen.Ct9
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IYIABRY, ABERNATHY & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS, j
Purchase and sell Real Estate to ;
order, attend to the Collection of j
Rents, Lease and Sell Farms, Store i
houses, Lots, Dwellings, &c., &c.
Give Prompt Attention to the per-'
fecting of Negotiations. :
OFFICE Over Smith's Jewelry Store, two doors I
Aoutfi of the liamar House,
Kuoxville, Tenn.
Refers by permission to the following gentlemen :
Hon. Thos. A. R. Nelson, Knoxville.
E. T. Hall, Judge 3d Judicial Circuit.
C. F. Trigg, Judge U. S. Federal Court
Col. John B. Brownlow, Knoxville.
Col. John Williams, Knoxville.
Charles M. McOhee, Knoxville.
We would respectfully call the attention of the public to the
following excellent property, whish has been placed in our
hands for sale :
A TRACT OF LASD, OF 65 ACRES,
A situated on the Butledge Tike, about two miles from the
court-house, Knoxville. All cleared. As it is in the suburbs
of the city, it Is well adapted for building parposes. Sold in
lots to suit purchasers, or the whole will be old together.
About fifty acres in new lands. dee6tf
AVING FITTED UP A FIRST CLASS JOB PRINTING OFFICE, AND PURCHASED ONE OF GORDONS
CELEBRATED STEAM CYLINDER JOB PRINTING PRESSES, wc are now prepared to do ull kinds of BOOK AND
FANCY JOB PRINTING with neatness und despatch.
BOOKS.
DRAFTS,
PAMPHLETS,
TERMS :
Blanks
CASH.
BANK CHECKS,
of all kinds Ruled
CATALOGUES.
LEGAL BLANKS,
CIRCULARS,
CARDS,
BILLHEADS,
and Printed to any Pattern.
BROWNLOW, HAWS & CO.
AT COST ! AT COST ! ! AT COST ! ! !
OUR IMMENSE STOCK OF
'ARM COXTAtNIXG
ABOUT 400
acres, in Jeflrson countv. 20 miles from XnoiTillc on
the Bolston Kivr.
1 V turn into cash, to place said DrrprrtY in our hesi ina-
tneliately. The projected B&ilroad fVom Cincinnati tt Vhis 1
city, will cause thousands fif koM speculators to fiocK to .
East Tennessee in quest oi all kinds or property. ur lacu- '
itis for attending promptly to the Krai Estat business are
not surpassed by any firm in the f-tate.
JIAiitU , AiJfcliPIATUK A W..
Beat Estate Agents,
torltf fiay Street KnoxTille, Tenn.
HOUSE AF"H LOT FOR SALE.
HOUSE AND LOT SITUATED
y fit dose to Tcmp-rac Hall, for sal. Apply to
MABBT, ABERSATUT & CO.,
ng-2tf Beal Estate Agents.
BUSINESS HOUSE FOR SALE.
a VI AT very desirable business house, situated 4 doors south
of the Post Office, KnoxTille, , Tenn., for sale. It can be
boucht cheap for cash.
For farther particulars. appW t"
MABRY, ABEBKATBT A 1 CO.,
Beal Estate Agents,
4
WM. A. COCK RILL.
CHARLES SKTMOrU.
EAST TENN. LAND AGENCY.
Trampling on Fallen Foes."
A great deal is said now a-days about magnanim
ity, and tbe inhumanity of " trampling on fallen
foes."
"We are told that the South is " subjugated that
her people have laid down the bayonet and are now
ready to be " reconstructed ;" and that a magnani
mous conqueror will hot oppress a ' fallen foe."
The only difficulty in the matter is that they are
determined, if they can help it, not to long remain
" fallen foes." The are pressing every energy to re
gain the power they have lost; and by maudlin ap
peals to Union men, as well as by open violation of
law, they hope to yet get the reins of government in
their own hands. The wise precautious which
Union men havj adopted to prevent the accomplish
ment of this object is what constitutes the " tramp
ling on fallen foes.''
The rebellion which was forty years in hatcBing,
and which when warmed into life by a too confiding
people waged a bloody war for five years to over
throw our government, has now met with inglori
ous defeat; and, with a magnanimity unparallelled
in the world's history, the conquerors say to the
rebels " Return to your homes; receive from our
hands life and liberty; pursue your avocations as of
yore, and endeavor by future good conduct to make j
yourselves worthy to enjoy thut which stern justice j
forbids us now to grant franchise." ;
But this will not do. We must enfranchise them j
we must place them on exactly the same political '
footing they were before the commencement of their -stupendous
infamy otherwise we are "trampling
on them !" I
We must acknowledge that the war was a failure I
in its resulu that the oceans tf loyal blood ;
vhich have been poured out in defence of our flag ;
have 11 been in vain that the rebellion was right,
and that tbe war for the Union was a crusade against
a people who never did any wrong ! Refusing to
make such acknowledgments we are met with the
cry : ''you are trampling on fallen foes !"
Earnestly desirous as we are to forgive and forget,
yet we cannot hear this cry without reverting in
our minds to the horrors of Andersonville, where
inhuman traitors trampled ' the life out of twenty
thousand of the bravest and purest patriots who
ever shouldered muskets in defence of their coun
try. Turning to our own cpmetry, the thirtr little
mounds where sleep the victims of the Centralia I vantage to apply at this Agency.
Massacre remind us of what treason did at our I
cL,? wITbe blamed, then, if wo seek to protect j Valuable lands for gale in all
ourselves from the rule of that party whose mem- ! East lenneswee.
bers have committed all, these crimes ? And should
not the fearful lesson we have learned cause- us in
futura to execute to the letter every law of tho land?
And in the execution of the laws are we " tramp-
hag on any body: Jiorlfi Missouri Messenger. ...
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Groceries and Family Supplies of all kinds at low rates! Produce of all kinds taken in exchange for
goodfe.
10,000 bushels CORX and 20,000 pounds RAGS wanted, for which the highest market price will be paid.
Come one, come all, to KTXG'S OLD CORXER, opposite the Lamar House.
dec27-tf .1. II. FESSENDEN & CO.
COCKEILL & SEYMOUR,
Real Estate Brokers,
UflLL ATTEND TO THE PUKCIIASE,
i ! Salo and Exchange of Eeal Estate.
Titles investigated and abstracts of titles
furnished.
Taxes paid, and money advantageously
invested for persons at a distance.
If j-ou want to buy or sell lands or town
property you will nnd it to jour great ad-
ji.irts ofi
NV ill attend to uil business connected ' g
with the transfer of Real Estate.
Main and Gay Streets, Knoxville.
P. 0. BOX 1S4.
dcv!3tf
tlrsTtn Trnv iv At akama. The Hunts- i
- - see
ville Independent, gf the 17th, says:
null. -VA . 11. vi uiacuauuj v t..Mv.. (
Commissioner appointed by the Governor j JH S?
lO aid in the distribution Of SUPpllCS to the rest is C0Trf d with ralual'le timber, suitable for all building
destitute, is at present in our city. He in
forms us that ,000 rations daily will be
sent to our city for distribution to the des
titute in this District, composed of the coun
ties of Madison, Jackson, Marshall, Blount,
Cherokee, DcKalb, Limestone, Lauderdale,
Lawrence. Franklin, Morgan, Marion,
Winston, by persons appointed for that pur
pose in each county.
There is much destitution in North Ala
bama, and we are glad to sec that the Gov
ernment has shown a disposition to relieve
the want of the poor. Wc hope tho sup
plies will be properly distributed, and care
taken that no one not entitled shall receive
them. We understand that supplies have
not vet reached here, but will in a short i IOR SALE. IN NORTH CAROLINA,
limn us. fliPV have been shipped from Nash-I two tract, one 2i500 and tlic ether 4,6"0 Acres, fcn
ville. Notice will be given to the Probate
Judges of each county, when they can send
for them.
c- t r v nvc v ixr iv 1
reu; county, COO Aero, one half under cultivation, tbe J
OTerfii with raluable timber, suitable for all building !
nunow: the soil is rich, und all parts of the farm wvU wa- j
tered. A fa brick residence, large and capacius, a large :
barn, good stable andth-r necesnary buildings, all in excel
lent onditson. One of the fineU young Orchards in the
Country.
This farm is offered at half its value.
dectf COCKRILL A SfiYMQlB.
I70R SALE. A FARM IN BLOUNT
con ntj, contains 26S Acres, 170 under cultivation and
perfectly level. Soil very jrood, will produce Urge crop. A
new frani llotise, well furniihed. A large new barn and aU
outbuildinc, with other inirrovements. Willjbo sold cheap.
dcc20tf COCKRILL A SEYMOUR.
OR SALE.-A GOOD FARM, TAV-
ERS and Ferry, in Claiborne county. One of the mobt
d. -rrable situations in this part of the State, 260 Acres, over
100 under cultivation of pood rirer bottom. One of tho mot
noted I'ublic Houses on the road from Lexington, Ky., to
Charleston, S. C., and a 'erry on Clinch river, which will av
erage ?7Cand upwards annually. This firm lies on both aides
of tbe River. This is a fine bargain.
dec20tf COCKRILL A SEYMOUR.
.L S. VAN GILDER'S
BOOT, SHOE AND LEATHER STORE, j 5 0 0
KNOXVILLE, 1'13TVESSEE.
rmiX BOOTS,
SHOES,
SOLE LEATHER.
V ITER LEATHER;
BRIDLE LEATHER,
BELTING LEATHER,
SKIRTING LEATHER,
HARNESS LEATHER.
BELLOWS LEATHER,
KIP SKINS,
CALF SKINS,
LINING SKINS,
SHOE PEGS,
SHOE LASTS.
SHOE TOOLS.
CALF SEWED BOOTS. MADE TO ORDER! !
LEATHER BELTING, Made to Order!
All Orders Promptly Shipped by Express to all Points ou ltailroad, &e.
STOVES AND TINWARE.
STOVES !
WE INVITE THE SPECIAL AT
TENTIOS of Country Merchants vieiting Kuoxvill",
to our large Stock of
FOREIGN AUD DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
CLOTHING,
BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS,
Ladles and Gents' Furnishing Goods,
NOTIONS.
HOSIERY,
CUTLERY,
STATIONERY.
GROCERIES,
LIQUORS,
WINES,
and CIGARS.
As most ef our Goods are purchased of large Auction Hou
ses East, we are enabled to sell Cheap, and offer great induce
ments. Give us a trial.
our stock or
FANCY ARTICLES,
Is the largest ever exhibited in Knoxville. Ton will find the
best assortment of
PERFUMERY,
Undies' Belts and Garters,
FANCY COMBS,
Fine English Needles and Pins,
ALBUMS,
DRESS BUTTONS,
SILK TASSELS,
BALMORALS,
TRIMMINGS of ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
Ladies' Hats, Turbins, Riding Caps,
CLOAKS,
SHAWLS,
SONTAGS,
MANTILLAS, &c, vc.
JULIUS OCIIS & t O.,
OrritE at the LADIES BAZAAB,
Gay Street, next door to Ococe Bank,
octiotf Knoxville, Tenn.
WV. HARRIS. I'. C. HOSS.
WM. HAKRIS Sc CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING.
SHOES, BOOTS, HATS, CAPS,
Hosiery, Notions, etc.,
Gay Street, 2 Doors Forth of Cumberland,
KNOXVILLE, TEJfX.
PLEASE GIVE US. A CALL. Oct25tf
PRY GOODS, Sc.
theTrdies bazaar. ,
JCST OPENED
On Gay Street, next door to Ocoee Banic,
The Buest eetablisucat sver Tai iB ttua city. .
for the best assortment of
FANCY" GOODS,
Ladies' Furnishing Goods,
HOSIERY,
Will TE GOODS,
EMBROIDERIES, SILKS, MANTILLAS.
Shawls, Saques and Circulars,
DRESS TRIMMINGS,
NOTIONS,
A splendid assortment of
LADIES', MISSES', AND CHILDREN'S
Kiery arliele e i i.eiUd wilh a first class Dry QoodJ
I ,v . . V. ,1 in l.rr.,. .-.ricrin Prieesi al
low, if not lower, ti.an at anr other establishmert thiJ
fi.ie of Xew York. Call ut the LADIES' BAZAAR.
next door to the Ocsic Una's, for fishionabie and cheap
tc.e
go-.ils. JJJ"
M. . I.. ncUKtl.KV.
EVANi, GARDNER b CO
M PORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
DRY GOODS,
CI loves, Hosiery &C,
XOm 377 llroadvay cv York
jnul"--iiu.
New and Splendid Stock
Spring Summer Dry Goodsl
Kames fc Wilds,
liar Ktreel, Knexillc Teanessee,
AVE JUST RECEIVED AND OPEN-
ED a superior stock of new and fashionable
SPBIXG AND SU3DIEB GOODS I
erery ariety, HaU, Caps, Booia, Shoes, Notion, lo,, Ac, all or
wnicu mey wiu uispvav wi 4wu. .
th nnhlin ifnerall to call and examine oar tAock before pur
chasing elaewhere- ml&tf KAMKd h WALDfl.
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CLAIM AGENCIES.
MONEY SAVED IS MONEY MADE!
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CUMULI..
COFFMAN & EAMES,
Knoxville and Jonesborough, Tennessee,
Manufacturers ami Wholle Dealers in
Tin, Copper, Brass & Sheet Iron
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J. S. VAN GILDER,
Sign UigT BooU Knoxville Tenn.
Ami Houe Furnishing Gol! generally.
Ageuts Tor tlxe Sale or
S. H. Eansom & Co.'s
CELEBRATED
ALBANY STOVJKS,
.'ompriiiii; a large variety ef
Cooking, Parlor and Heating
j STOV-ES,
MirBLE TO THE WANTS OI" Tilt PEOPLE Or TINNL!SEE.
The reputation of these Stoves if too well established in this
country to need comment.
We shall at all times keep on hand a supply of the Stores
I and an assortment of extra plates for repairs.
! COFFJIAX fc EAMES.
j decO-ly KnoxTille and Jonesboro", Tenn.
KENNEDY & BRO.,
3I.VirV KTHKET,
Firmt tiitor wtt J the ijvhny9 inl l)jif- hk9
KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE.
BEG LEAVE TO INFORM THEIR
old friends and the public genorally, that they are n-w
Manufacturing and keep constantly on hand a very superior
article vf
Rockford Factory
CARPENTER & ftlUNSQN.
General Claim Agents,
J. B. CARPENTER,
Late Lieutenant and Adjutant 1st Tennessee Light Artillery.
S. JSIUNSON,
LaU Lieutenant and Adjutant 8th Tennessee Cavalry.
WOULD RESPECT U.LL1 lJrUiSJl
I the eitisena of East Tennessee that they have opened
an effice in
for the purpose of adjusting and collecting all classes of claims
against the Government for supplies taken aud informal Touch
ers given, and supplies taken and no receipts given, an 'or
services rendered. Prompt attention given to settlements of
officers' accounts. Stoppage of pay remeved, aad certmcaua
of non-indebtedness ol taioed lor resinged omcers.
Reasonable prices charged.
Touchers bought or collected at lowest prices.
tar" Office 1st door South of Exchange Bank, Gay street.
Post Office Box 18 S. Kuoxville, Tenn
Ru BBiacsa Hon. W. G. Brownlow, Gen. A. C. Gillem, CoL L.
C. Uouk, Capt. McHeiah. sepotf
War Claim Ofllce.
Wm. A. COCKRILL,
CLAIM AGENT,
Cor. Main and Gay sts., over Exchange Bank,
WILL eo'K'Ct'aU claims against the Government for (J".ar
niaster's and Commissary supplie, taken for the i of
the army, trftttlter rrreiptedfor or m.
Pay for Ilursv, Fencing, 4e., taken or d stroyed, will b
collected.
Certificate of non-iudclitfdu-ss proeured from tbe differout
departments at Washington for resigned or discharged officers,
and final settlements made.
Having business connections with most reliable agsnts ia
Washington, I am prepared to prosecute all claims requiting
practical knowledge and faithful rare, speedily and on reason
able terms. WM. COCKUILL,
P.O. Box 184. augCtl n Kuoxville, Tenn.
JOn.1 HitTHKItLAKIy'
Attorney at Law.
JOHN X. MURDOCH,
Attorney at Law.
IJETHEKLAND & MURDOCH,
GENERAL CLAIM AGENTS.
KNOXVILLE, TENN.
1. O. Address, Hot 274.
Prosecute and Collect Claims against the
United States, of all Classes.
Special attention given to Claims aeainst the Quartermaster
and Commissary d ueral't Departments, for articles or sup
plin taken or furnished for the use of the army.
Pensions, Back Pay, Bounties and
Vouchers Collected.
KUncr n Miin Sinnf. next dnr to t'.iWt Bunk.
'"Kifvhi to Hon. Th:-. A. K. N.dx.n, CI. . P. Trtnple, J.
V. Patterson. E-i-, and the mi inl-rs ( th-' hnx county
K.ir s-n'-rally. oetlMf
NATIONAL CLAIJVI AGENCY.
1AXIKI tV SIIEKAVOOD,
AUTHORIZED
31iiit;in and Xaval Ageut.s,
28 President's Square,
Next .l-ior to ;en. Augur's HeaJuarter,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
E AEE WIOSECUTIXG CLAIMS
DOZES AND BUNCH THREAD,
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FAIRBANKS'
DENTISTRY.
NEW TIN-WARE
AND
STAMJAHD
SCALES,
A Ne..ro Duel: If any body doubts
L-apacity of the negro, the following para- i iUitft
oontaininr splendid farms, bosides an immense amount of min
eral wealth, and lying noax tbe projected route of the Babun
Gap Railroad. For particulars enquire of
decSOtf COCKRILL & SEYMOUR.
OR SALE. A GOOD FARM IN
Grainger county, situated near Kut'edge, coctains 1SS
win make an excellent mock ana truit larm. A good
the !
; Acres,
graph will dissipate his skepticism, espe
cially if he be a believer in the code of
chivalry:
An "affair of honor" came off Saturday
at Hutchinson's Island, near Savannah, be
tween knights of the cleaver. One negro
advan cage.
dec20t 1
Situated a in good neighborhood. Price 51,900.
COCKRILL- SEYMOUR.
T70R SALE. IN KNOX COUNTY,
near Strawberry Plains, a fine Dlantation of eoO Acres.
The soil is rich and very productive. Can be divided into
small farms or sold In one. A good comfortable residence, all
out buildings, including a Cnc barn, good orchards that pro
duce targe quantities of fruit, good water power, good timber,
besides valuable improvements of different kinds. Will be
lintfhoe inonit. .i i - - . I sold at low figures. decitf COCKRILL A SKTMOUR.
vuwv uuiicu aiiuLuer, WllCIi tt Cliaiicuirc j :
luliowea. The
IS-
princinals. with seconds.
repaired to Hutchinson's Island, when they
blazed away at each other, and succeeded
in wounding one of the seconds, but es
caped without any bodily injury to them
selves. This occurrence satisfied the woun
ded honor of the Colored gerarnen, and the
whole party made friends. After drinking
two bottles of whisky, and playing several
games of "seven op" they returned to the
city, and were arrested at the market Sat
urday evening by a file of soldiers, and con
fined in the barracks. - Yerily,. these are
queer tinus we iire nr. : ;
F2
OR SALE. IMPROVED LANDS IN
aU parti of East Tennessee, prices and location to enit
all kinds of purchasers.
deeKOtf
Address or rail on
COCKRILL
SEYMOUR.
T70R SALE
OR EXCHANGE FOK
TESKESSEE LAKDS. A fine farm of 200 Acres, in Wil
liams county, Ohio. One hundred Aciee m cmuvauou, wu
produce from twenty to thirty bushels of V neat per Acre -There
is a Saw Mill with nearly new machinery, a Crist Mill,
with two rug of stones for grinding wheat. . .
This farm with the Mills, wiU be sold for flO.000, or exchang
ed at reasonable rates for property in East Tenneeeee.
janlOtf COCKEILL SEYMOUR.
FOR SALE. A FING FARM OF 200
Acres, tarac m-imfrom KmjirQlt, OB tbe Clinton road, 100
Acres heavily timbered. A good frame boas with Bvs room
beside hall and kitcben, twe log home, atablea, c, rich aoil,
and liaa wail. Otfered very low.
JanlOtf - ;,,) ' - . COCKRILL SXT0C.
OF ALLi KINDS,
Cotton Beams and Frames, Cotton, Hay
and Rag Presses, Warehouse Truck.
Baggage Barrows, Copying Presses,
&c, &c, &c, &c.
FAIRBANKS, MORSE & CO.,
23 Walnut Street,
janSl-lj ClClKXATI.
SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY.
TIME TAELK.
T?XPRESS MATTER RECEIVED axu
-A- dispatched from the etSce of the Company in Knoxville.
Leaves daily for the South and West, via Chattanooga, at
1:36 r. a.
Goods and Package received np to the hour of 12:4 r. m.
Leave daily for Lynchburg and the Bast, 2:M A. a.
woo aaa aaekage received at the hoar ( r.
A
S370TT3i3 STORE,
! Sign of the "Big Coffee-Pot;;
; (JAY STREET,
Opposite Otiural Tillsons Headquarters,
KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE.
JUST RECEIVED A LOT OF TIN and
fj Iron Ware, which will be sold at a reduced price. We
i bare Brass Kettles, Wash Bowls, Candle Sticks, Pepper Boxes,
i Graters, Meat Cutters, Soup Ladles, Flesh Forks, Butter Spoons,
DR. J. FOXJCHE, Dentist,
FTER AN ABSENCE OF TWO
years, has returned to his old office In Knoxville, greatly case Pans, Baking Pans, Tea Canisters, Milk Pans, Fancy Cups,
improved iu facilities and information for the practice of his
profession. .lani'n
a , S to .
ill p0 S Sji
I So fF?Wf Sg,!
t
Match Boxes, Fancy Boxes, Snuffers, Coffee Mills, Fire Shovels,
Egg Beaters, Spittoons, tc. tt.
We are receiving a supply of Cooking Stoves, to which we
call the attention of the public.
All kinds of Tinware made to order at short notice.
Particular attention given to repairing.
All orders promptly filled.
B. A large lot of new Cooking Stoves of the most im
proved style, sxtra vessels et-all kinds. Also Baks Ovens, Skil
let and Bread Pans, just received, to which we invite the at
tention of the publie.
nSStf J. B. HOTSTW.
JanSltf
K. 1. WOODWARD, Aguut.
RAILROADS.
DR. P. H. CARDWELL
THIS DAY EFFECTED
AN
AUCTIONEER.
ITAS
! 1L arrangement by waieh he will be able in the future to
ISAAC JOSEPH &
AUCTION
m. r. sana.
CO.,
j OfFlCE OP GFNEBiL gfPIBtSTESDEST,
AD V . AD . Al A. TV. AilLEV.lVS.
Nashville. Tenn.. Oct. 9th, ls5. J
l ""VN and after Tuelav, o-t. V, lw5, an'l nntu further no-
' supply ail persons who may desire, from a single to a full let of ; J tice, Pa-Dger Trains will run as fllows :
' teethfon the , ', XASHVILLE AND CHATTANOOGA ITSV.
I ILCA-ll'i'i' uiuutK UA9t, leavk aauvuie ior inatiaiiooga, auii an jxiiuis aoniu i e
n.ir..,. latMt imnrovement In our nrafeasion. and bavins:, a.m. Amvc aii. naiiuK -.
been sufficiently tested to warrant its utility , we take pleasure m
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
de90tf
Comer of Gay and Main Streets,
: Kssaxwllltv, Tee
nNiee.
- IEOIT! IBON ! ! IRON ! !!
'A LOT OF HAJQIERED IRON
i -;t
janSftf ,
. i
ale at
FOK
WM. BOOSD S
recommending it as being far preferable In many respects to
any other base heretofore used, it can be used in many in
stances where all other materials faiL No on need, therefore,
despair. Call on me, give m year work and I will demonstrate
Remember that a fun set of teeth on this method coat enlv
half what they would en gold, and yet preferable In all ressectsM
n. . D4fnllw m a eiDniSVM. S;
I70R
SALE THE ELEGANT RESI-
DESCB oa Hill 8treet, know as tbe HcPheraon Hons
one of the most beautiful situations and flaeat houses in the
city. The house is large and commodious, the grouads aaa pie,
and well adapted for ornamentation.
febTtf - COCKRILL SITafCTCB.
Arrive at
:10 r. .,
arrive at 9:55
.it
Returning Leave t'hattanooya at C:10 A.
Sachville at j:13 r. .
Sbelbyville Aceommodntion, leave Sashviilc
arrive at Shelbyville at T: j r. 51.
Rotaming Leave Shelbyville at 5:40 A. m.,
A. M.
NASHVILLT! AND NORTHWESTERN LINE.
Leave Kashville for Johnsonville, and all points West and
Northwest, at r. M.. arrive at Jobnsonvill at 11 P. w.
Betaraing Leave johnsonville 1:60 a. arrive at Kaabv-
eDIe at 6:5U A. M.
Trains on N. and X. W. Railroads connect at Johnaoatvill
with first class line of Steamers for Padwcab, Cairo aad Et
Lmi.
Trains stop at all intermedial points
WM. P. IJ.SE3, Gen 1 Sup t
dceotf N. t r. and Ji. A N. W. RaUreod.
4 : - 4 S II E E T I N 3r,
COTTr.N BATTING,
Grain & Flour Sacks,
To which we invite the attention ef Merchants and the pub
lic generally.
SALT! SALT!! SALT!!!
We have al- made arrangements fer a ei u-taut euppiy of
VIRGINIA SALT,
In sacks and barrels, which will b syld at manufactur"
prices, freights added.
We are also receiving a good arsortmsct of
GROCERIES,
BOOTS,
SHOES,
HATS,
DRY GOODS,
TOBACCO,
AND IRO.V,
:israinst the 1 ailed States Government for property ta-
k-n or leitnyed by the array. We colleet or purchase all
kindt'if Qnarterma'ter s vouehcrs.
We settle Offlevrs' Acerjants, remove St.-ppajjes of Pay. col
lect Claims for II-r-1 I.st in th SerTi-. also obtain
Pensions, collect ba k Pay. Bounty and Prise Money. W
reiiir" no advauci' I--, and iuak- no charse xcpt we suc
ceed. Local Agent tiiroughont the country will find it to
their advantage to correspond 'with hp.
J. DANIELS, . L. SHEKWOOD.
Late Captain I . V. Late Q. M. I". S. -
Utitassris. lion. Alex. Kamsey, S. Senator from Min ,
Hon. B. K. Kenton. Governor of Sew York. Hoa. R. T.
Whaley. M. from W.sfrn Virainis, Major-fnral Pop.
decif-ly
TAILORING.
GEORGE A. HcNUTT,
(Foriutr!y "f A. ;. Ja- kson A Co.,)
MERCHANT TAILOR,
WHOLES W K yD IICTAI!. DKALKS IS
CLOTHING
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
No. 1. Coffin's DIock. Gay Street,
.anlTtf KSt'XVILLi:, TE.
JULIUS 0CHS & CO.
BEU LiLVVJi TO FOK31 THEIR
X) numerous friends and natrous that they have eonuected
with th'ir xt jisive clothing business a regular
3Xl5SKCII-rVaNT
TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT
They are uow pie;iared to make up garments to order in th
nioet approved style and at the shortest notice.
Thfy will alwa keep on hand a large assortment of Piac
Goo-ls suitable for men's wear, such as Cloths, Caasimere,
Lim-nx, Marillefl, Ac, Ac.
ALSO,
A hufe-j artnient of ruruishing Woods, aud Mens", Voutb'.
Boys' aad t.hiMreu' 1
Boots and Shoes,
HAT S &q APS.
KA . We ,enijr uUr thanks to our friends for past favors, and1
resDectfnlly solicit a continuance of their liberal patronage
,1 Str:.t two doors sonth of Adams Express Office.
julyVCm . J. OCIld k CO.
UNDERTAKER.
Which w propose to sell as low
sepW-ly
as any house in Knoxville.
BUCKWHEAT FLOUR.
TTJST RECEIVED, A LOT OF BUCK-
O WBIAT TLOCB. ia half and whol karreV Tor saU a
ja?4tf Bll, lOtttD S.
W R. CORNELIUS,
Dealer in all kinds of
META1IC AND ZIXC BUIUIL CASES,
15D
General Fnnera Undertaker.
Princirjal ofSce and roomi:
Basement opposite the "Bell House,"
On Main street, Knoxrille.
Embalming the Dead,
Bt J. B. MoCATTaET, Kmlali4 Svrjtm.
Wooden Coffln of all kinds eonatly on hand.
, a stance wishln tofarmatlon la reference to tk
Till.
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