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G. W. Bowling for tho use of C. L. Lindsey t. Thomas
o David and Britton Rhoiber.
'PHE PLAINTIFF, OX AFFIDAVIT,
ey lb defendants art Indebted to him and ao abscond or
conceal themselves that the ordinary process of law cannot b
erred on them, havioe obtained an original attachment against
the oatau of the defeniianta.made returnable before Charles T.
Dunkm, a Justice of tie Peace for Campbell county, Tenn.,
nd the same having teen levied on Thoa. Daridi' property:
It ordered by said J u nice that the defendant appear before
hlitf at his cBee In Campbell county, on the loth day of
May, 196 or the aame will be proceeded with ti parte
Itia further ordered that this notice be pnbliahed for four
successive weeks In Brownlow', Whig.
'J!"-""4 CHARLES T. IISKH, J. F.
Y.. L. Watkins vs. A. T. M. Proicncc.
'THE PLAINTIFF, ON AFFIDAVIT,
eevs the oVfvnriant in indr ltod to bia and v absconds or
central, himself ao that tb ordinary process of law cannot i
be served upon him, and having ubtained an original attach
ment apainst the tate of the di'fcmlant n returnable be
fore Jamus Fuller, a Justice of the Peace for Jefferson connty,
and th aamr having Ix-en kvk-d oil defendant' property : It
is or Jer.-1 by aJd Justice that the dufmdant appear before
Ira. at his oflice in Landridp. Jrflrrson conuty, Tenneeeee,
n the firm Monday iu A;oI, iw.il, or the same illbc Jpro
cded with ex parte. It is further ordered by said Jnnice,
, that this notice tf .ublnli"J f .r four tucrmi't weeks in
Brownlow g Whig. l-l,:il-4t " JAMES Fl'H ER.J- T.
Adoa Smith vs. Hubert Alien, ct al.
I T APPEARING FROM THE AFFIDA-
1 -if . e .t. m .:K,i j i.; -.ti.. tlmt tin. d.-ftidant. Al-
Ill M lllf l.l I ll. ... - , - -- -
ln, i a non-r.and"ntf tlu f-t:i-: It is ordervd that publi
cation be iwio tor four succwive wifk iu Ilrownlnw'a Whig,
notifying said di-f.-ndant to ai.i-ar at the next Term of the
t ircuit Cirt at tli- c -nrt hMis- n Nwpirt, on the first
1 otiday after the fourth Monday in March next, then and
there to pb-ad. aiifner, r d mur the ,uil and druiand of
the plaintiff, or the same will br tW'-n for crtuf-d. as to
him, and pro-eeded with ex purl.-. II . H. IS AKIt, Clerk,
t. C. !, !"1. feb 21-4t '
CIRCUIT COURT -NEWPORT.
!-ecd Judicial Circuit, ick county, Tiiinc.
PETITION' TO SELL LAXP.
Robert Mb tooth, Executor of John Mantooth, Joc'd,
vh. Tlmnias Mantooth, and SauiU'-l Mantootb, ct als.
TT APPEARING FROM "THE PETI-
TiXK'V and alidatit ! th- j.laiiitifl in this nuw that
Thomas Mmitoolh. Nanwl Maiito.'th. Aaron Bryant, John
MauUH.t!, i'.rniinta Mniitix'lh. Hugh Maiitooili, Amanda
Clccinper and Clring'-r. who are defendant's in this
rau'. are n.in-r.Kid. ut of the M:U of Tennessee : It Is there
tore ord.-i-d Hint publication be made for four successive
weeks in Browtilow' Wlii?. notifying the aid non-resident
defendauta, T. XlHiilooth. (. Maiitouth, J. Mantootb, P. Msu-
tooth. II. Mantooth. A. Bryant, A. li Mng'.r and C1'V-
inger to upp. ar at the next li riu ol tli Circuit Court, to be held
lor Cocke county, at the ccmrt-liouH; in Newport, ou the first
Mondy sfl-r the fourth Monday in March next, then and
thereto plead, answer, or demur to the 4-titi..u of the plain
tiff, or tlm same will betaken (oi oiifi - d as them, and pro
reeded itb ex part. II. !1. BAKU, Clerk.
V. M. .-.vi::n, Ndic iioi. fel.21-4C
-econd Jndiri.il Circuit, Cocke county Tennessee.
,'ames Cary, Edward Kans and William Woodward, .'r.,
partners. 4c, under the, firm name and style of Cary,
BanfO" Woodward vs. Tiphlman A. Kauhion, Ilrnry A.
Minns and Hamilton Yetf. partners, Ac, nnd. r the name
firm and style of f aubion. Minis A Co.
IT APPEARING FROM THE AFFI-
JL DAVIT of the plaiirtifl. .t attorney, in this cause,
iiiat the defendants, J.. A. Ksuhion and 1. A. Miuis. are
non-residents, r so conceal themselves, that the ordi
nary process of law cannot be served uKn them, there
fore', it is ordered that publication be made for four successive
weeks in Brownlow hig. notifying said defendants, L. A.
i autiicn and l. A. Minis, to appear at the next term of the
Circuit Conrt for Cocke connty. at the ronrt house in New
port, on the erst Monday after the fourth Monday in March
next. ISGK, then and there to plead, answer, or demur to the
FU't and demand of the plaintifts. or the aame will be taken
lor confesed as to them, and proceeded with ex parte.
H st-L Aisrn, Solicitors. H. II. BALI!. Clerk.
.M.rce A. Warder and William 1'. Hanett, parluera,
under the name, firm and style "f Warder 4 Barrett vs.
I. A. I'aubion, 1). A. Meins and Hamilton Tett, partners,
Ae., un-ler the name, firm and style of Faubion, Minis Co.
IT appearing from the affidavit of the plaintiffs, by attorney,
in this cause, that the defendants, I.. A. Faubion and I).
A. Minis, are non-residents, or so conceal themselves, that
the ordinary process of lnw cannot lie served vpou them: It
is ordered that publication be made lor four successive weeks
in Brownlow s V hij:. notifying said defendants. I.. A. Faubion
and D. A. Minis, to appear -it the next Term of the Circuit
Court for Cocke county, at the court house iu Newport, on
tns first Monday after tin fourth Monday in March next, &,
then ami there to plead, answer, or demur to the Bnit, and
demand of the plaiulifts. or the same will be taken for con
fessed as to theni. and proci-cded w ith ex parte.
Hull t AiKKN. Solicitors. II. Ii. IIAKK, Clerk.
William M. Bradford and William . lumau. partners. Ac,
under the name, ;tirm and style of Bradford A Inman. for
the use of V liliam llarri and Temple Harris, partners. Ac,
under the name, firm and stvle of W. A T. Harris t. Oorgo
IT apprariiiK frr m the alti lai it the plaintiffs, by attol
1 ney, in tbi cause, that the d.f. ndant is a non-resident:
It is ordered that puMic.iliott lie made for four successive
weeks in Brownlow's U hig, iintifving said defendant to arpear
at the next Term of tho Circuit Court for Cocke county, at
the court house in Newport, on the firs-t Monday alter the
fourth Monday in March next, li-i-', then and there to plead,
answer, or d-mur f.. the suit and demand of the plaintiffs, or
the same will be lekeii for -onh-sed as t" him. and proceeded
w.th ex parte. II. H. BAER, Clerk.
IlaLi.e Alius, Solicitors. K. e76fi-4t
CnAlfCEIiY COURT Maynardville.
February Hubs. 1 Allavliui. nl and Injunction Bill.
.'o;ab Smith, Il.trlin t-kairi;?, ct ult. us. Allen Hurit,
corc W. Kvanp, ct als.
N THIS CAUSE, IT APPEARING TO
JL the t'lcrk and M.ister that one of the. defendants, Allen
Hnr.st, it a nou-resid.-nt of the Slate of Tennessee, so that the
crrhuary proce." of law cannot be servtd upon him : It is
therefore ordered that publication be made for four successive
weeks in Brownlow s V hi. notifying toe defendant, Allen
Hurt, to appear at the n.-xt Term of the Chancery Court of
Cnion rouniy, to le- h.-ld at the court -houe in Maynardvillo,
.n the urft I ridsy after the Third monday of June next, to
I lead, auswL-r, or demur to coin pin mams bill, or the same
will he tncu for conl- s.'. and t fr If-arini: ex parte as to
h iii. ,1. W. HitANSOX. . .V M.
Mt.i. hiu nt Bill.
A. L. Lwiueri i, Ci ariet Moore and othcrt.
S THIS CAUSE IT APPEARING
JL it appearing to the I rk and Master that Charles Moore,
. lie of t he dtlwiidaut'. in this c.ni-c, is a uon-re-ident of the
t;ite of Tenne-er, o that the ordinary process of law cannot
be served up.m him : It j tliercloie ordered that pnblicntion
t'e made lor tour Miec( -ie vt'k iu Browulow ? V hig. no.
tifym the defendant. Charles Moore, to appear at the next
ftrui of the t haiicery Court in l uion county, to he held at
the court - house in Maynrd lib , ou the firtt Fi iday after the
third Monday of June next, to plead, nossrr, or demur to
M.'inpla inaiil's bill, or the nine will It tak-n for centered and
-t tor hearing ex parte.
febH-4t .1. V . BKANSON. C. A M.
ATT AC H LI E NT-
.taiinv) GM.i r . Jam-- I. C.,rni)l,,l!.
fPUE I'LAINTI FF. ON AFFIDAVIT,
JL fiuys th iL'fY n.laiit i- iml-itU lo liini, anI .o ubwfndp'.
h:.t tin' I'idinai y Tui'er f law ran not In ,vtJ uhhi him,
.mil an at tuc liiiM-tit littvtn? Wvit is-u l anH n-turiit'ii t.H'fi'n'
ri", nd thf mi me li;tviui: I.- n r u Iti-iiJant-i' triKTty :
ti 1 drill r-ii l' in Hint ti 1 it-al ii !- mail' in Drownlnw 'n
W hig fr fuir -tui't-. i M-.-k, it--tifyinjr -U n-lant t
l'jK'ar bff'ire uw, at niy otric. in thr ri flmtrict. in
CaMi)l'!l ennty. fn hv V ti il.iy ''f j r i 1, !'V. and l'frn,I
i'!uiT. r it h-.- r'ft h-d with i- nrt-.
frl-7-4t ' .1. J. MA1.K. J. I".
.io!ia Jiir.l v.. fliom.!? .MoCKircand otlnr.-1.
jN THIS 'AUSi: IT APPEARING
1 l.'on: t-iiTDplMinant w h'-h is M'-rn t". t lint thf 1 ft-n-
tiiut-, Nt Ison M it '"h'-IU i,no r Mit!i'll ana Nttncy K. Mit.ii
r npn-r.-Mtl'-nt ! tlr- Mnti: It is t h'-irtWr unlt'iTtl by
ill l U-i k mid .M.in r tlmt j'tiMn at ion le nia-lo for four puc-
ph. vo wt'k in Itro nlow "n M hij;, notifying MiM il- tt iiIaTit
to 'm ar at the n'xt iptvial IVyn th Chancery Cuiirt to
t"f he-M f r the rounty S -vI- r at the ctirt-hin.c iu aV
Tisirillf. vu the tiirJ .M.iniay tf 31 arch nxt. and answer the
"-vera! stifntiuii in sail I'iM. or they t"- taken a ron-
V-fcd auto th-m ,Ti'd t hr hcai inc rarr.
I'MMf M. I TIUAS C. A M.
J homas W. DoiK'y Agent of aiuut'l A-ittni.-, ?. H. F
Clark. piIE PLAINTIFF, OS AFFIDAVIT.
JL savs the defendant i-. iinlolti.t to him ai.l that 1. it.
non-reeident of the Mate, and having obtained mi oninul at
tachment a'ninet the estate ol the defendant returnable before
W.b. Ccle, a Juiticeot the I'eaee for Jefferson county, the iue
havinjr l-ii levi.-d njion the defendant's property : It in therc
tere crd -red IL.it publication lc made for four nicc snie
we-.ks in iirow ulow a Wine, uotifviu: aaid d. l.-ndnnt to ap
pear at hi office in the t.th Civil liixtru t of J(l. ron roiintv,
on the l'.uh day of Miirchuext, or the ranie will he proceeded
with ex parte". f- blt-tt1-" W . s. Ciil.f' J. p.
GHOCEEXES AI3D C01IHISSI0IT.
II A IU) WARE STORK,
SIGN OF THE BLUE PLOW,
Centre Store, Coffin Block,
AS JUS T "PKXl-.lt A NEW STOCK Ot HARD-
WARE, cunaintine "f
AtiKICLLTCAAL IMPLEMENTS, Ae,
ALL SIZES OF
COWAN, ftl'CLUNG & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Foreign and Domestic
BOOTS AJST SHOES,
Hats and Caps,
'o the cjieditoj:.s OF THE KS-
TATE of Adnra Wolf,-. Jr.. ! a-e.l. li.uiui n?irn.
tea me inolTeucv ii .ni.iecinie to ine I' ri, 11 Uounty Court
of (Jrmnger county, you re hen I y notifb d to file our elaiui
duly authenticated, vgaiiift etate, vith said Clerk, on or
before the first Jlonday of -rril, or yon ill 1, l.Kri. .l
jenrprorma. ii-biil-lt' A. VFF1K, Aim r.
DAXUi, T. KOVMOX,
j)iisictax AVI) suk; EON.
S0 it Icniid at tht n -nil uce ol . i . li. wul-.w when
, .rottni-iouall; abftil. t..r ,-an .o let nt Chaanber-
.ain s lru More. icn "0".
B. TADLOCK. -M. !..
jaLltt? Koxvi" t . J i .
We are now in partial receipt, and will
at an early day, have full lines of FOIJ
E1GN and DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
SMALL WAKES and NOTIONS, BOOTS
and SHOES. HATS. CAPS and BON
NETS. HARDWARE. SADDLERY,
QUEENSWARE, GROCERIES, and every
other article necessary to a complete
Part of the articles enumerated are of
our own Importation from Europe, and
the balance purchased from Manufacturer!?,
Manufacturers' Agent, and Importer,
which enables us to offer them to Retail
1 by 9 to; IS by 24.
jy .A. H. TM. 23 DFL S
will be eiv'pi'lieJ with
AND ALL IMPLEMENTS
in their Hue at uaanufat turer'e pneef.
I have jubt recetved a largu stock of-
Which I will sell nt ninufacturer prices, compris
ing the following valuable machines
Buckeye Mower and
Buckeye Jlower Senior,
Buckeye Slower Junior,
" Victor" Cane Mills, 3 sizes
Cook's Copper Evaporator
lVestern Corn fob el I er, a hizes,
Stanford Straw Cutter,
Kentucky Cider Mills.
The farmers of Eabl Temiesiee are efTured a new
opportunity to obtain these machines at less price
than thoy can be furnished next season, at the uov
ernmentgive FREE TtArsl'URTAXlU
FIVE BARRELS COAL OIL
ana ior bale, at tviioiesaie ami re
mtmmn i. nim,
tbo. . ronma.
mm, r. tr. -
STRftTOH, POIHTER & CO.,
For th SI PnrehM of
COTTON AIVO rLUAK;W,
FORK, BACON, AtvLf,
-wrt riprPDif r V
PW IRON AND PKOVL'VJS. k,..wm
os. and 11 Broad St.,
it ivn t T.U1CU
WE WILL KEEir V n.
and -ell ejected tock of
FOR THE WHOLfALE TRADE.
To which we inif th. .ttontioo of th. merchant! of T-
and to th. Ml. of Groc.rJ.nd .11 jood. on cong nt
Beinj in the laro and eommodtou. ator. wawhon.. long
ndfaforablyr.memb.redMth. hon of Johnjoj ,.l Smith,
and afterward, aa Fiiher, WheleM Co '"""f
.hed. .nd .torag. room., wefeel P"P 't, '
ton, Tobacco, and tieneral rroauu, "--.-on
u favorable term. a. .ny hou in th. ctty ; .nd expjtmg
to wtabliih onr busines. npon rmnent bis, Pf
to do .11 in our power to merit . liberal .h.re of public pt-
rarB.ggiPg .nd Bope lw.y " hand- wp2Q-6m
w7 r. wilson &z co-.
North-east Corner of Gay and Church Streets,
BEG LEAVE TO INFORM THE PEO
PLE of Knoxville, and Xaet Tenneuee generally, that
they have jmt reeeired . large and well aortd Stock of Bt
nlond FamilT Grocerief. Llqqort, Tobacco, Cizar., Ac, which
will be .old at greatly reduced price. Th. beet brand, of Old
Ohio Wheat Family Flour, eon.tantly on hand. Country Mer
chant, will find it to their interest to call .nd ex.min. onr
stock .nd price, before purchasing eleewhere.
Remember the place, corner of Gay .nd Church f treet.,
(Ooffln Block,) Knoxville, Tenn.
oct25tf W. P. WII.805 k CO.
C. rOHTLL, GHEE & CO.,
CHAS. M. M GHEE,
I. r. GREE5.
EFERRING YOU TO THE ABOVE
4nl Wr ir&Ta In inform von. that we have eetab-
thin ritv in hnsineii. and are fully prepared
to extend to our patron, the ordinary facilities required and
respectfully solicit a share of your business. We do not pro
pose to confine ourselves to any speciality, and will purchase
Cotton, Tobacco and Produce Generally.
lso. Gold, flock", Bond's and Government Eecuritiefary
ou Commission. Respectfully Yours,
O. POWELL, GREEN & CO.
August. Chronicle and Sentinel and Joneeborough L'.iou
Flag copy. nov29tf
BT THX .
EUREKA GIFT ASSOCIATION.
180 BROADWAY, NEW YOBK,
ROSEWOOD PIANOS, MELODEONS,
Fine Oil Paintings, Engravings,
Silver Ware, Fine Gold and Silver Watches,
Diamond Pins, Diamond Sings, GoldBnrte
lets, Coral, Florentine, Koiaic, Jet, Lava,
and Cameo Ladies' Sets, Gold Pens with
Gold and Silver Extension Holders,
' Sleeve Buttons, Sets of Studs, Vest and
Neck Chains, Gold Kings, &c. Valued at
s&- 31,000,000. -a
DISTRIBUTION Is mad. In the following manner:
CERTIFICATES naming each article .nd ita Valci, are
placed in SEALED ENVELOPES, which are weU mixed. One
of the.e Envelopes, containing the Certificate or Order for
some Article, will be delivered at our office, or sent by mail to
any address, without regard to choice, on receipt of 88 cent.
On receiving the Certificate the purchaser will see what Ar
ticle It tun, and IU value, and can then send ONE DOLLAR
and receive the Article named, or can choose at otoex one
Article on our List of the same value.
ty Purchasers of our SEALED ENVELOPES, may, in thia
manner, obtain an Article Woktb rxon Oaa to Fiva licsDsro
XOlt ONE DOLLAll
which they need not pay until It Is known what Is drawn and
IU value. Kntire.Batisraction Guaranteed in all Cases.
THE EUBEKA GIFT ASSOCIATION
would call attention to the fact of its being the Original and
Largest Girt Association in the country. We are therefore en
abled to send riKsa woods, and give netter cnances to ootain
th. mors valuable pritet, than any other establishment of the
kind. The business continues to be conducted in a f.ir .nd
honorble manner, .nd . large and greatly increasing trade Is
proof that our patrons appreciate this method of obtaining
rich and elegant goods.
During the past year this Association has sent a very large
number of valuable prises to all parts of the cos ntry. Those
who patronize ns will receive the full value of their money,
as no article en our list is worm less man une iouar, rcian,
and there are no blanks.
Parties dealing with us may depend on having prompt re
turn., and the articlt. drawn will be immediately sent to any
address by return mail or express.
The following parties have recently drawn valuable prises
from the Eureka Association aad have kindly allowed the nse
of their names, many other names might be published were we
Andrew Wilson, Custom House, Philadelphia, Penn,. Oil
P.intinir vilne. 11(10: James Harrraves. 821 Broadway New
York, Oil Painting, value, 1100 ; K. P. Jone., Barrett, Marshall
county, Kansas, Melodeon, value, 200; Patrick J. Byrnes,
Waterbury.Ct., Gold Watch, value, $135 ; J. F. Shaw, S24 last
Mth str.t. Nw Ynrk. Piano, value. 1850: Mrs. Chas. J. Ne
vis, Elmira, N. T., Piano, value, S300 ; Miss Lucy Jan.way, El
mira, N. T., Cluster Diamond King, value, $200 ; Mrs. K. Pen.
noyer, City Hotel, Na.hville, Tenn., Melodeon, value, $145;
Oscar M. Allen, Co. B,142d Reg. Ind. Vols., Nashville, Tenn.,
Watch, value, $80; Rowlands. Patterson, Co. D, 10th Iowa
Vet. Volunteers, Oil Painting, value, $100 ; Mrs. Abbey J. Par
sons, Springfield, Mass., Melodeon, value, $150; James L. Dex
ter, City Surveyor, Syracuse, N. Y., Gold Watch, value, $160 ;
Mrs. Jama. Elv. 177 Wooster St.. cor. Bleeker. N. Y., Oil Paint
ing, value, $100 ; Mrs. J. C. Coles, Grand Rapids, Michigan,
Silver Castor, value, $40; Dr. J. Sinclair, No. 4 MainSt.,Ctica,
N. Y., Framed Engraving, value, $25 ; Hon. Lather Detmold,
Washington, D. C, Oil Painting, value, $100.
Letters from various parties throughout the country ac
knowledging the receipt of very valuable gifts, may be seen on
Ale at our office.
To be Sold for One Dollar Each,
Wiikovt regard to tahu, and not toht paid for until you
know chat you win receive. s
50 Eleeant Rosewood Pianos, worth
from liau.uo to auu.vu
50 Melodeoris, Rosewood Cases 125.00 to 225.00
100 Fine Oil PainUnes 25.00 to 100.80
100 Gold Hunting Case Watches 75.00 to 150.00
150 Diamond Rinjrs 50.00 to 200.00
250 Ladies' Gold Wat:hcs....... 60.00 to 85.00
Silver Watches 25.00 to
Fine Steel Engravings, Framed.. 12.00 to
Musio Boxes 12.00 to
Silver Revolving Patent Castors 15.00 to
Silver Fruit and Cake Basket!... 15.00 to
Sets Silver Tea and Table Spoons 15.00 to
attorney at law
' ... , An
United" States Claim "Agent,
Collecting promptlf mttenitel to i all tke Cemntiet of
ut rn .
PKOSECUTES allci5D8 of Claims
gainst the Govern ant: also, -. . .
Fusion, Bounty, Back Pay. n , one Hie triends ef de
ceased eldiera. r ' '" V" T v..r.,a
eoveraateat voucher. Wught ex eeOeeted oa flu best term.
Informal claims corrected aad collected tor horses, forage
and property takes. , ,
Also, eolleeu pay tor aefreea enlisted la Ac amy belonging
to loyal tlli mii 1 1 ' "
He ha. record ef the death ef all East Tennessee soldiers,
who har. died belonging to the Union army. Be desires U see
all Mrsoaf who drew penmen at the breaking eat ef the rebel
lion wbe have been loyal ; when the soldier died leaving a wid
ow, she is entitled, if ne widow, the children, if no children, the
father, if ne father, the mother. e. The fees in tki. class ef
eases is five dollars, and ens dollar and fifty cents for eacl eer-
He refers to Gen. 8. T. Carter, Dr. Brownlow, Col. John Wil
liams, John Baxter, 0. P. Temple, Saml K. Kedgers aad Judge
Office in basement story of the Court House. mayiew
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
DRUGS! DRUGS 1 1 DRUGS!)
W. WIT44V, JB.
WILSON, BURNS & CO.,
W holesale Grocer
Bladk Snake Grass Scythes,
Dutch Grass Scythes,
Patent Snaths and Cradles.
STEEL PLOWS & CULTIVATORS.
OLI) TIME PRICES.
Two Horse, -One
Thche Plowf? are made in Knoxville, and
Points or Mould-Boards en he had at any
J0.UU0 pounds CASTINGS, consibtin-r of
OVENS, BAKERS, POTS; Ac.
at Wholesale and Retail.
hags of SHOT, nt Cincinnati prices.
30 S. H0WAED STBEET, corner Lombard,
T7E kct-p constantly on hand a large I
V of GROCERIES, W1KE8 and LI(
and well assorted stock
IOTORS suitable for the
Southern and Western trade. We solicit consignments ol
COUNTRY PRODUCE, snch as
Cottons Hemps Bacons Lard, Featncra
6IK5EK0, WOOL, BUTTER, DRIED FRUIT, TUB SKIhB,
Ac, Ac, Ac.
Our facilities for doing business are snch as to warrant quick
tales and prompt returns. All orders will have onr prompt
attention. ocl4-fm WILSON. BCBX8 0.
TI. Gr. 3?VCJE,
No. 47, North Side of Public Square.
Forwarding. Storage & Commission
Consignments Respectfully Solicited.
Rsrr BiKCi-s. Bvt. Brit. Gn. Parkhurtt, P.M. ti., Mil. Dir.
Tenn., Lieut-Col. A. Von Schradcr, Inspection General, Mil.
Div. Tenn., Major B. F. Fitleld, &prcia.l Agent Adams Express
Company, Joel Davis, (firm Davis A Flynn,) G. W. Fall A Co.,
A. A. Breast, II. C. Jackson, Cameron, Crier A Co., W. H.
nnBACK W. KIN.
a. r. BfM.rvv.
KING & DUNLEVY,
COMMISSION AND FORWAPvDING
C'ollvdiriis promptly attended t. sepST-Cm
P r t) v i y i o n Dealer
Corner of Gay and Union Streets.
jei8-tf KnoxYille, Tenn.
DH. A. B. TADLOCK,
CUKGEON AND PHYSICIAN,
J OrrKv Gay street, thrw .or- S-outbol Main m-tt.
JOHN W. PAXTON, M. D.,
DESrECTFULLV OFFERS UIS Pro-
f.Tl'JliAL SEUVH LS u 111- ritiz.ns t.f KuvxMll
andv.cimty Dr. Pait-n return hu. inctrc thank, to bi
rsiroas. anl hop,, tonw rit a continusnre of th? same.
k ir v p hurch MrM. in tli" hou fonncrlv r tui i.d
FRArMSv Av RAUISEY,
rso. O A clam m so,....
. i w a -
trm cf Si3
JAKKS AKD HOUSE LOTS
in j:liea county, four
from ura.i. y i-.-rry. ..n T.-nn.- kivor. a
.acre, wun iir.riv ntw irame rtw.-lliag h'-ui- mUd ,lTtK
craarv oot l.uii.iiui:. frt Ann i. ... . . V ,lw ne.
sold at a modfraie pnee.
in me vinniiy oi cuij.'jur pnn.. Klin count v
i4 the cbarerrd Railrd fmm htunoop to
ftbd f r. u ... K ! . . r.
A splendid rivvr farm in Mvifi oonntv, cn the Tenn..
about tbe B.rntli cf 'rk. s.a.,wn th. Pr!?.:
farm." It cosUitnt 2i( or 2ft) Acres, list of wilicb u 8.
torn, hi. to W Acri So. 1 socon-i bottom Unds. eWe5 Thl
Maaauder - well tlUrcd. o better cor? or wneat l.nj
' L" one half ouh down will be
recjnired, the ball.nceon t.m to.uU purchasers
PnrXJZ Vtb"T h""' io Rh' if sun onvenient
Pnnehr.are r.-fr,Ti t our branch ore, in ehar of
"a0,f MABBV, ABEENATIIT I CO.
, n th- liDe
Mi-rvhant ;t-s low as stay Jobbing House in
Now York, Bo-ton. rhilndelphir. Halti
atore or Cinciiinati.
HlgheKt Prices for Trodnce.
25 Dales Heavy 1-4 Mieetingt,
of every Uesciiptioii.
WOODEN WAKE, &c, Ac., &c.
HUBS, SHAFTS, FELLOES,
Buggy and Wagon Tire Iron.
COOPERS HOOP IRON.
rimr pcit.t r.MitnvAt
AND C03IM1SSI0N MEKCIIANT,
IfO ilain ftrwt, l-etweon Fifth and Sixth,
Ciinsiguinunts Solicitr-d. janlTlf
A.. II. &; AV. O. Gardner,
413 Main Street, bet. itfi and 5th,
ONE DOOR ABOVE CITIZENS' BANK,
Horse and Mule Shoes !
Cau be luritifched i iiap!i' than you can buy
iron to make them.
jos. a. M.rtnLix.
JXO. K. BHAXXSK.
tl!A3. u. M'cngB.
POWDER. CAPS, SHOT.
"Wlio-Iesnle tind Xitetuil-
J0S. R. MITCHELL & CO.,
Deal iu Hs.Dk Notes, Gold, Silver, and Government Vouchers.
t'ollccliousi iu part ol' Kasl Temifisce
promptlj- attended lo.
Paf Remember the pce.
Centre Store Coffin Block.
First National Bank, Cowan A Dickinson, Col. John Williams,
A. G. Jackson, Knoxville.
Park Bank, John Parker, (Casbler PheenU Bank,) Lawrence,
Baldwin A Co., (No. 70 Wall st.,) Alexis Bragg, New York
George W. Howard, Wilson A Burns, Baltimore.
Chambers, Stevens A Co., R. M. Pomerov, Cincinnati.
Bank Notes, Stocks, &c.
7E PURCHASE AND BELL
T f T nitfd Stat'g Stocks.
Connty and City "
Kast Tennessee and Vlrjinitt EsUroa"! .'oup-nf .
East Tennessee and Georgia " "
Specie. nv22tf JOS. B. MIT01IELL Jt CO.
m'clui k co:s
FOR SALE CHEAP.
THE STEAMER CHEROKEE.
VM. C HEKEGAR, Captain.
T1IE NEW and LIGHT Dkaft Steamer
CHEBOKEE, 75 Tons Bnnlen, will rnn between Chatfa
.mt, .nd Knoxrill-j ; Knoxville and Paadrii? ; Knoxville
.t.a HntrersvUe; Knoxville and Mcun s rerry, on i.nue
taie-KW. and fn-m Chatt.na U. Mouth of Powell. ;
Clinch River, Hlwass... Emory Sail Creek. Soddy, .
.d a 1 other tributarki above Muscle Micmls. ror paasago
V.tol5KJi KVoxviUe, and F.shcr A Lowe, utmog-., j
BEPOSITOES AND OTHEES HAV
ING claims against the Branch of tho Cnion Bank at
ville, Tnn., will pl.un present the same to the under
signed Immediately for adjustment. .IOHK J. CBAIG,
Investments in New York.
PEESONS WISHING TO MAKE In
vestments in New Tork, ea havo thotr bastaew
trauactd by ns, throngk onr reliable carreeBMadeat im that
City. noitf Jul. B. allTCMILL A C9.
T?OR OUR GREAT NATIONAL WORK j
17 THE tTASDAKD HISTORY OF THE WAR, contain-
inc full, authentic and reliable account of the "great eon-jtol
diet," frowta commeBrament to iu ckne. ti.mpleto in onaCjf w
very larm volume, of ver i,uuu pages ; t
saatter eniiial to three large royal octavo volumes apendidly
illustrated with over 125 fine portraits of General and battlo
S HOLMES & SON,
MANUFACTURERS ! IMPORTERS,
TS'hok-sale and Retail Pealers in x
"Wall Paper and Paper Curtains,
WINDOW SHADES AND FIXTURES,
Ho. 65 West Fourth Street, '
Adjoining Pike's Opera House, CISC1XXATI, OHIO.
That is Juat tho book th people want. It preaontt a raxs
cnancsj fo AgenU. Teachers, energetic young men, m
ctally rwtttrned and disabled aficsrs and soldiers, i want or
prontabla snployaeat, will Cnd it peculiarly adapted totnair
eaditton. aWnd tot simian and seo onr forms. Address
Joasa BROTsfBSSl A CO-, 14S Weat Fonrth street, Cincia
Mlt. Okiov CtHtf
URS IS THE OLDEST HOUSE EN
- Established in 1819.
We keep the Urgest Stack, aad sU at tbe lowest prt.
Onr Retail Department ef
eanaot beexeslled io tka eoaatry.
a. IKLIIIES Sc SO!f,
So. , Weti rsnrth St., VnrasPlks's Opera ens,
jusi-t earaari, jm..
Vest and Neck Chains..
2,500 Ladies' Silver Port Monnies 8.00 to
3,000 Silver Butter Knives 3.00 to
2,000 Pairs Ear Rings, (new styles) 1.50 to
3,000 Gold Pencils and Tooth 1'icks.
3,090 Onyx, and Amethyst Brooches.,
3,000 Lava and Florentine Brooches..
1,000 Masonio Pins
2,000 Fine Gold Watch Keys
5,000 Children's Armlets
2,500 Sets of Bosom Studs.
2,500 Enameled Sleeve Buttons 2.50 to
10,000 Plain Gold and Chased Rings... 1.00 to
5,000 Stone Set and Seal Rings 2.50 to
5,000 Loctetf, all sizes 2.00 to
10,000 Sets of Ladies' Jewelry 8.60 to
4,000 Watch Charms (each) 3.00 to
5,000 Goid Pens, Silver Ex. Cases 4.00 to
5,000 Gent's Breast and Scarf Pins 3.00 to
2,000 Ladies' New Style Belt Buckles... 4.00 to
2,000 Chateline and Guard Chains 6.00 to
1,000 Gold Thimbles 7.00 to
2,000 Sets Ladies' Jet and Gold 10.00 to
10,000 Gold Crosses 1.50 to
6,000 Oval Band Bracelets 6.00 to
4,000 Chased Bracelets .?. 5.00 to
2,000 B UI Eardrops, all eolors 3.00 to
5,000 Fine Gold Pens 2.00 to
2,000 New Style Jet and Gold Eardrops 3.00 to
j,500 New Style LoDg Crystal Eardrops 4.00 to
2,000 Gold Pens 3.00 to
dax'l w. raascov.
BRADLEY & PEABODY,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
P. O. Box, 1148. ' NASHVILLE, TENN.
Will give special attention to claims for Fenslem Back
Pay, Iert)s and other property loet In tbe United States
Mr. Bradley's former experience, while engaged in the C. S.
TREASURY DEPARTMENT ia adjusting claims, and Mr.
Pea body's recent connection wit the PENSION OFFICE aa
aa examiner of claims for the past two years, Insure a tho
rough knowledge of the Law, Rules aud Practice, governing in
REVERENCES It exureas permission: Chief Justice Chase,
Senator Fessenden, Hon. Jos. H. Barrett, Commissioner of
Pensions. Washington. V. C. Gov. Brownlow. aon. tierace
Maynard, Hon. John Trimble, Nashville, Tena. janl0-3m
.JUSTUS I. MoCARTY,
Attorney & Counsellor at Law,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
DR. JAHES RODGERS, "
St., bit. Ccxbkrlakd aad Cauio.
' : ' Wholesale aad Btad Deal, h.
CHEMICALS! . ' '
A Urge Block of
Wait LEAD, ZVSC, LINSEED OIL, CA1B0IT
OIL, CASTOR OIL, OLITE OIL, LARD
OIL, TANKER'S OIL.
Also, a large Stock of
Paint, Marking, Varnish, Whitewash, Hair and Tooth.
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Indigo, Copperas, Amato, Logwood chipped and extract,
Madder, BUe Yitroil,' Cad Bar.
OF EVERY STYLE AND SIZE.
Trasses, Capping 01 assess
Braces, Breast Pomps,
Glass and Rubber Syringes, Cork Screws,
Suspendary Bandages. Lances,
Pine Apple, Raspberry,
PURE WIKES A2TD LiauOES,
For Medicinal aarvoees.
French Brandy, Sparkling Cataba Wine
ILL GIVE PROMPT ATTENTION
to the Droseentioa of Claims before the Conrt of
nim. and the various Executive DeDartments.
Kirsxs to Honorable, u. al. iiice, fix. B. Lamem, jereouan
9. Black, J. A. McDongal, Alex. Ramsey, U. S Senator.; m.
Kollnir Robert J. Walker. B. r. Granger. W. A. Hall. V m.
Windom. J. B. 8. Todd. Member, of Contrees; Wm. B. mac-
lay, N. f . O. L. Becker, Minn.. Charles Hnghe., N. T., R. J
Ualdeman, S.q., ra., vol. u. w . awing, mu. nowi-vm
c. P. w rtcox,
SMITH & WILCOX.
Attorneys &onnseIIors at Law,
OFFICE ON MADICOX STBZBT,
Between 5th and Stb,
"ITTILL praetiee is the Cirenit Courts, Conrt of Appeals
T V federal and supreme Loans oi tne l nisea ewtee.
Jr Claims of everv character oromDtlv attended to.
Caring the winter, Mr.-Wllcox will be foand at the offlce in
Covington, Mr. Smith will attend to bnsiaese in Washington
Wlf . H. OWXN,
un COL. O.. M. n.
CORWI3T, OWEX cV WIUSON,
JOHNSTON, CORWIN A FISXELL,
AKD S0LI0IT0ES 01 CLAIMS,
Office, 222 F Strut, near Treasury Building,
WASIIISGTOS, D. C.
Will craetiee in the 8aDrma Court of the United States, the
Court of Claims, and the Courts of the District of Colembla.
Particular attention given to CLAIMS and
OmCKRS' ACCOUNTS ABJUBTID. aagMtf
rPZDRicr a. aiksx.
JOB W. CLAVriTT
taf" A CHANCE TO OBTAIN AJIV OF THE
AKOVE AKTItXES for ONE DOLLAR B'
I'l UtHASl.MJ A SEALED ENVELOPE IOR
g3 Five Sealed Envelopes will be sent for ; Eleven for
2 ; Thirty for 5 ; Sixty-five for f 10 ; One Hundred for f 15.
AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE.
Our patrons are desired to send United States money when
it is convenient. Long letters are unnecessary.
Orders for SEALED ENVELOPES most in every ease be ac
companied by the Cash, with the name of the person sending,
and Town, County and State plainly written. Letters should be
addressed to the Managers aa follows :
GOOIMVIX, IIUXT fc CO.,
Box 5706 Post Office, New York.
GEO. DEMEKIT Sc CO.,
(Establiklted in I860.)
303 Broadway, New York,
orrxx tbs roiAOwiKo srurvniD list or
WATCHES, CHAINS. GOLD PENS,
.SILVER WARE AND JEWELRY,
WORTH OVK &75 0.000!
AT OXE DOIXAR EACH,
Not paid until you know. what you receive-
160 Gold Hunting-cased Watches f -0 UO to $200 00
S0O Ladies' Gold-cased Watches 35 00 " 100 00
800 Solid Silver-cased Watches 8 00 "
175 Soltaire Diamond Rings 40 00 "
1,600 Neck and Guard Chaina 5 00 "
2,500 Vest and Chatelaine Chains 4 00 '
8,000 6pld and Onyx Brooches 400"
3.000 Gold and Pearl brooches 8 00 "
4.000 Gold. Pearl. Ac. Ear Drops 8 00 "
4 00 "
2 00 '
2 S) "
3 00 "
3 00 "
2 00 "
- 5 00 '
3 00 "
1 to '
1 50 "
3 00 "
2 00 "
20 00 "
12 09 "
4 00 "
7 00 "
10 00 "
2,500 Gents' Scarf and Breast Pins 2 00
4,500 Gold and Cnased Bracelets
7,600 Oval Band bracelets
1,000 Gold' Watch Keys and Slides
2,000 Enameled, Ac., Sleeve Buttons
3,000 Minatjjre Lockets, Double,
8,0 MinatureLockets, Dial Faced .
1,500 Gold Thimbles, Armlets, Ac
1,500 Masonic Pins and Emblems
8,000 Plain and. Chased Gold Rings
4,(100 Stone Set and Signet Rings
2,000 Ladies' Buckles, Charms, Ac .
7,600 Setts Gold, Tearl, Ac. Jewelry
8,000 Setts Garnett, Jet, Ac. Jewelry
2,000 California Diamond Rings
1,500 Gold Toothpicks, Crosses, Ac
2,500 Gold Pens, Pencils, Ac
7,000 Gold Pens case and Pencil
6,000 Gold pens, Ebony Holders
1,000 Silver Ice Pitchers, Ae
1,600 Silver Castors, Stands, Ac ,
1,500 Silver Card and Cake Baskets
4,000 Silver Cnpa and Mugs
6,000 Setts Tea and Table Spoons.....
3 OOO Table and Desert Forks
5.000 Silver Fruit and Pie Knives 3 00
4,000 Tairs Rings, Salt Spoons, Ac 3 00
3,000 Silver Tea and call Bells, Ac 2 00 "
i nm (ivstor and Pickle Forks. Ac 2 00 "
Each ana every article in tne aoove a,is m lepresenwu vj a
certificate. These are placed in similar envelopes and sealed.
Any person obtaining a certificate, to be had at our office, or
sent by nlail to any address, will know what they may have
for One Dollar.
We charge for sending certificates, paying postage, and do
ing tho business, 25 cents each. Five will be sent for $U
Elkves for S3; Thibtt for S5; Sixtt-Five for 510; and One
III speed for J15. ...
Any person receiving a certificate foran article they may not
desire can exchange for any other article in our List of the
same value. By this method we arc enable to furnish the pub
lic with selections from a rich and varied stock of goods, at a
nominal price, while all have a chance of securing articles of
the very highest valnc. Wc warrant every article a, repre
sented or money refunded.
AGENTS Liberal commission and valuable Premiums, con
sisting of Watches, Ac, given to Agents. '
BcT" Address all orders to,
GEORGE DEMERIT A CO.,
uovL-Om 303 Broadway, New York.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPA
NY'S THROUGH LINE TO CALI
FORNIA. Touching at 3icxicau Torts, and carrying
the United States MaiL
LEAVE PIER No. 43, NORTH RIVER,
foot of Canal street, at 12 o'clock noon, on the 1st, 11th
and 21st of every month, (except .v. hen those dates fall on
Sunday, and then on tho preceding Saturday.1 for A5PIN
WALL, connecting via Panama Railway, with one of the
Compatv's Steamships from Panama for SAX JRAXCISCO
touching at At APCLCO.
1st HE2iKY OHAl'XCEY, Captain Gray, connecting with
COLORADO, Capt. Watkins.
10th ATLAKT1C, Capt. Maury, connecting with SACRA
MENTO, tapt. Caverly.
21 NEW YORK. Capt. llorner, connecting with CuXSTITC
TloN, Capt. Farusworth.
Departures of tbe 1st and 21st connect at Panama with
Steamers for SoCTH PACIFIC POHTS. Those of 1st touch
THBOCGIt PAeOE RATES IX CVSEKKCI.
First Cabin. $300
tSccond Cabin, S500
Steerage, - JOO
A disconut of ONE Q CARTER from steamers' rates allowed
to second cabin and steerage passengers 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 TARE.
One Hundred Pounds Baggage allowed each adult! Baggage
masters accompany baggage through, and attend to ladiea and
children without male protectors. Baggage received on the
dock the day b-fore sailing, from steamboats, railroads and
passengers who prefer to send down early.
An experienced surgeon on board. Medicine aad attendance
A Steamer will be placed on the line January 1, 1866, to run
from NEW ORLEANS to AsPINWALL via HAVANA.
For paaaage Tickets or further Information, apply at the
Company's ticket office, on the Wharf, FOOT Vt CANAL
STREET, NORTH KITES, SEW YORK. . . .
JanUUm F. W. G. BELLOWS, Agent.
"TOR. SALE. A TRACT OF LAND IN
JL ffreeae eeonty-4,008 Aatea aaayteel te steak gcaata
aad abeaada la Caal, Iren aad ether saUareJa. - - "
4e:0ef COCK Mil. A 017VXY&.
AIKEN & CLAMPITT,
A TTORNETS AND COUNSELLORS
XJl. AT LAW and SOLICITORS OF CLAIMS,
WASHINGTON, D. Ci
Refara bv nermission to Gev. Brownlow, Hoa. Hora'e
Majnard, Hon., David R. Patterson, Hoa. J. S.
X. G. Taylor, Gen. II. H. Thomas.
l. s. raowiHioex. eiwit,t.
TROWBRIDGE & CALDWELL,
A TTORNETS AND COUNSELLORS
XA- AT LAW,
87 Office in rear of the Court House. no8-ly
Pur Old Bourbon,
Old Tom Oin.
Phalon's Night Blooming Cereus.Odor of opening Flowers,
Lnbin's jockey dab, " wild
Geranium, Z. Basin's eueea ef lowers ext.
Bweet Briar, Burnett's Oriental Tooth Vitus,
Taa Bosklrk's fragrant Sosodoat, for preserving tne Teeth.
Ayer's Sarsaparilla, Jajn es' Carminative,
Cherry Feotorai. Dr. Wm. Baa Balsam,
A eue Cure, Whitoomb's Asthma Ramedr
Jayneir Alterative, Brown's Jamaica winger,
Dr. Wistar's Balsam Wild Cherry,
Helmboldfs Fluid Extract of Buchu, kt., Ac.
A re tic, Arabian,
Nerve and Bona,
Dr. John Bull's Worm Candy, Mrs. Winslow's Soothing
6yrnp, R. R. Relief, Prey's Vermifuge, Jahnstoek's
Vermifuge, MeLain's Vermifuge, : Lyon's Katharen.
Wood s Hair Restorative, Godfrey's Cordial, Whitney s
Liquid Opadeldoe, Brown's Broehial Troches and Laca-
line ; Barnett'i Coccine, KalHaton, and Caitorine, Patn
Killer, Gargling Oil, Ae.
PRESCRIPTIONS A CCURA TEL Y PREPARED.
3Sf Dr. R. eaa be consulted professional at the
Drag Store daring basinets hoars, aad at his residenee,
corner of Cumberland and Loenst Sreets, at other hours,
when not professionally absent. augfl tf
O. P. TEMPLE,
TTORNEY AT LAW,
KEVERESVE. tiovernor Wm. C. Brownlow. janl6tf
"j. S. MATTHEWS,
1 1 o i' n e y at La.
WILL practice in the courts of MeMinn and adjoining
counties, and in the Bupreme and federal courts at
FLEMING k BROOKS,
Tbe undersigned have this day entered into partnership in
the practice of Law, ia the State and FederalfCourte fer East
Orncx South-west corner of the eourt-honse. first floor.
December 1st, 186A. JNO. M: FLEMING,
janlOtf I. J. BROOKS.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
jsi . i? . o H A, P I
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Standard and Miscellaneous School Books,
FOR COLLEiiBS AKD SCHOOLS,
CAN SUPPLY SCHOOLS AND
COLLKOIS with BOOKB of every deeerlpttoa at short
notice, and on reasonable terms.
All orders accompanied by the cash promptly attenued to.
Also dealer in
SLATES AND PENCILS,
In fact erj thing in Hie BOOK and JTATlONTKY hoe.
sep26-tf M. t. CHAPIV.
DARF OF COLUMBIA.
THIS OLD AKD POPCLAB
HAS LATELY BEEN RE-PUBLISH
ID, and can be had in any quantities of
M. P. CHAPIK,
nov29-3t Gay Street, Kaoxrille, Tena.
His Views, Opinions and Reflections
it. ' T .1. -llf .
on me xLeoeiuon ana
rpHIS UNIQUE VOLUME WILL
I contain the entire collection of "PsTaoLxrw V. Nasst's"
contributions to the press throughout the country, and roach
new matter heretofore unpublished.
" Saeby" personates the pastorof the ' New Light Demo
cratic Church," and his letters and snnons purport to give an
insiae view oi tne principles or tbe Democratic party, written
in the most grotesque, serio-comic etyle.
Possessing extraordinary intrest from Its osiiisaiitx. wit
ao sarcastic STTii. the ceople of the West will not fail to
give a large circulation to this work of a Westrn Genius.
The work will be sold
Solely Xty Subscription.
In Every State and County of the United
R. W. CARROLL k CO.,
Addres all rommtinivatione to
JOSEPH I.. TOPIIAH CO.,
. B.-Oar commissions to agents are avre Ji
those of acy other firm in America.
R. W. TCCK,
J. 6. DAVIS,
Phelps, Caldwell A Co.
A. P. TUCK,
TUCK. DAVIS U CO.,
822 Main street, Between Big ith and Hinth,
OLD DRUG STORE
WILL BE FOUND, AS HERETO
PORK, the most complete and w.ll aaleete4 Steel, ef
floods ever offered in this Market, consisting ef
and DYE STUFFS.
Of every description, snch as Hall's Balsam JTor Ae LvnM,
Wistar's Balaam of Wild Cherry, Davidson's Balaam ef B ear
bound, Strickland's Cough Remedy, Belmbold1 Baraapertlla,
Helmbold's Buchu, Lyttle's Xlixir, Guyeott's T.llow Dostl
and Sarsaparilla, all of Ayer's and Jayne's Celebrated Medi
cines. MeLane's Strengthening Cordial, Drakrt HoetettatAl
Oedron, Highland, HooHand'sand Oxygenated Bitters, and lb
short, a most complete assortment of Patent Medicines gen
Physician's and Surgeon's" OUTFITS,
PURE WINES AND LIQUORS,
And in fact, everything necessary to make onr stork the meet
1'O.VPLCTE of any in tbe city.
CALL AND EXAMINE FOR YOURSELVES.
NEW DRUG STORE 1
S. D. MITCHELL & CO.
One door South of the Post Offlce,
RECEIVED A LARGE ASSORT-
Drugs, Medicines, Dye Stalls,
WINDOW GLASS, &c,
Pure "Wines and Liquors
for medicinal purpose.
Bazin's White Pond Lilly Extract,
Basin's Queen of Flowers,
Batin g Amber Hair Ojl,
Basim's Fond Lilly Pomade.
PHAION'S BIGHT BLOOMING CEBEUS
A fine assortment of
KlIST O Y S O A.
A good assortment of
HAIR, TOOTH, NAIL
Accurately eompoundd at low rates from the beet
Chemicals, Tinctures and Drag.
t& Remember, we sell at the lowest rates
Drugs, Chemicals, Wines, Liquors, Per
fumeries, Toilet Articles,
fec, &&, &c.
g. I. MITCHELL aV Co.,
in22-U' GT SiaRST, Xsnriuii, Tans.
AXBRIW B. atslBIT 111
JtAAC H. TATIOB.
rKAirCIS At. STHB.
SUIRE, ECKSTEIN i CO.,
Jferthweet ceroer 4Ut & Tine Su
april-' 1nlnnfits. Ohf
NEW GUN STORE.
WE ARE NOW RECEIVING
Shot and Gaps,
oi ail aiaea,
Game Sari. La-
Which we iM at th ltt prteaa.
STACY, iilAHKKS CO
Corner ef y a Cnsabertaad Kreeas, '
Bovttf Calr the lour Bentr
of all auua and Prit to,
eits aaa iiomexs,