Newspaper Page Text
" ' . 7 ' ;
OfOXYILLE, TENK, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, 1866.
is munn wutxr
By BROWNLOW, HAWS & CO.
Trms r Snbriptim.
Sf-I1' TrM InvartaMy in advance 3 U
tlOHT MONTHS. " " " 2 00
rOCK MOXTHS. 1 00
Io ivtacrtptiti will fce received fur a Wee period thaa Four
nmtttlnraa .&m l. .J. H,r,:rk th. Post OAt. at til rik
f th Publishers, when the receipt cf the Postmaster ii taken j
nr n amoaat lerwarOM.
Order for chakci of ibict:95 mutt give Post Office, Conn
y am Stat to which th paper bas oe and to b sent.
Oa square, ta Una Konpereil, ou Insertion,
Sack ooatiaaatioB f advertisement,
. Ox aqaarc, iz aiaathi,
Ob Msar. pr aanom
Liberal discounts wUl b mad to thoa who advrtis lib-
Cafla ca persons to b6Vm eandidate will ba inserted a
ctbor adn'tiMDirou, to b paid for invariably is advance.
AU adm-tlMimvsu on which th aamber ot insertions It aot
marked, will b published till roBBip, and charged accordingly.
Advertisements will b onsiderd da whea inserted, etcept
thne with whom w kp regular account.
JSo edwtiseniMit from a distane will a inserted unless ac
companied by a rmtttnrxcpt in eaa whra th adver
tiser I known to b punctual.
SIGN OF THE BLUE PLOW,
Centre Store, Coffin Block,
HAS JUST OPENED A NEW STOCK 01" HARD
WARE, confuting of
THE OOXVILLE ' WHIG. cut.
Knoxville, Tcnn., March 7, 1866.
A War Anecdote. Colonel Von Borcke,
who is writing for Blackwood the story of
his adventures as aid to the rebel General
Stuart, daring the war. tells the following
story, which being at hVs own expense, is
probably true :
One of the Yankee officers, who, as I was
later informed, was the Colonel of a regi
ment that effected its escape from Harper's
Ferry, had attracted my attention by his
gallantry and the excellent dispositions he
made ol his troops. 1 saw him again gal
loping very near us ou a handsome gray
horse, quickly discovering our weak points,
and pobting and instructing his me accord
ingly. Alter having left him undisturbed
for 6omo time, I thought it necessary to put
a stop to his proceedings, and selecting a
couple of my infantrymen, who had been
pointed out to me as the best shots, I made
across the open space in front of our lines
directly toward him. Having arrived with
in reasonable distance, I ordered my sharp
ehooters to fire at the daring Colonel, who
was moving along at an easy gallop, with
out having paid me the slightest attention.
After Bevcral bullets had whistled quite
close to him, he suddenly halted, and turn
ing around, advanced a tew steps and made
mo a military salute in the most graceful
manner possible. Then calling out to one
of his men to hand him a carbine, he raised
the weapon, took a deliberate aim at me,
and 6ent his ball so close to my head that
I thought it had carried away a lock of my
hair. 1 saluted him now on my part, and
wheeling round quietiv, both of us rode
back to our rcspectivo fines.
Destitction in Alabama. The Hunts
ville Independent, of the 17th, says :
Hon. M. H. Cruikshank, of Talladega,
Commissioner appointed by the Governor
to aid in the distribution of supplies to the
destitute, is at present in our city. He in
forms us that 5,000 rations daily will be
sent to our city for distribution to the des
titute in this District, composed of the coun
ties of JIadison, Jackson, .Marshall, Blount,
Cherokee, DeKalb, 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 see that the Gov
rtment has shown a disposition to relieve
the wants of tho poor. We hope the sup
plies will be properly distributed, and care
taken that no one not entitled shall receive
them. We understand that supplies have
not yet reached here, but will in a short
time, as they have been shipped from Nash
ville. Notice will be given to the Probate
judges of each county, when they can send
A N egro Duel. If any body doubts the
capacity of the negro, tho following para-p-raDh
will dissipate his skepticism, espe
cially if he be a believer in the code of
An "affair of honor" came off Saturday
at Hutchinson's Island, near Savannah, be
tween knights of the cleaver. Ono negro
batcher insulted another, when a challenge
followed. The principals, with seconds,
repaired to Hutchinson's Island, when they
blared away at each other, and succeeded
in wounding one ot the seconds, out es
caped without any bodily injury to them
selves. This occurrence satisfied the woun
ded honor of tho colored gemmcn, and the
whole party made friends. After drinking
two bottles of whisky, and playing several
games of ''seven up" they returned to the
city, and were arrested at the market Sat
urday evening by a file of soldiers, and con
fined in tho barracks. Verily, these are
queer times wo live in.
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, Ac.
ALL SIZES OF
7 by to 18 by 24.
37 jSl H. 3VX 33 I
will be supplied with
AND ALL IMPLEMENTS
In their Una at manufacturer's prices.
I have just received a large stock of
Which 1 will sell at manufacturers prices, compris
ing the following valuable machines
Buckeye Mower and
Bnckeye Mower Senior,
Buckeye Mower Junior,
"Victor" Cane Mills, 2 sizes,
Cook's Copper Eyaporator,
Western Corn Sheller, 3 sizes,
Nanford-s Straw Cutter
Kentucky Cider Mills.
The farmers of Eait Tennessee are offered a new
opportunity to obtain these machines at lees price
than they can be furnished next season, as the Gov
ernment give FREE TRANSPORTATION.
FIVE BARRELS COAL OIL
in store and for sale, at wholesale and retail.
Bladk Snake Grass Scythes.
Dutch Grass Scythes,
Patent Snaths and Cradles.
STEEL PLOWS & CULTIVATORS.
OLD TIME PRICES.
Two Horse, -One
These Plows are made in Kiiqxville, and
Points or Mould-Boards can be had at any
10.000 pounds CASTINGS, consisting of
OVENS, BAKERS, POTS, Ac,
at Wholesale and Retail.
200 bags of SHOT, at Cincinnati prices.
At the marriage, in Paris, of the Princess
Murat with the Dake do Mouchy, more
than one thousand carriages were, at one
time, drawn up in the court -yard of the
Tuilerics. Tho carriage belonging to the
Princess Metternich was the most beautiful I
of them all, and is thus mentioned by a cor- j
respondent : ''This state carriage of Vienna
build high on its springs, of bright yellow, j HO CSEKEEPERS' GOODS,
both within and without was calculated ! of every description.
admirably to show off the violet and white , WOODEN WARE, 4c, 4c, 4c.
toilet of the Princess. 1 he hammer-cloth, ' HUBS. SHAFTS. FELLOES.
of stout blue velvet, trimmed with silver
bullion fringe, and adorned with the Metter-1
nich arms, wrongni in sonu silver me two
tall lackeys, with their gold-headed canes
and bright yellow liveries, the tricornes and
Mechlin lace, jabots, and ruffles all pro
duced a simultaneous roar of delight from
the gaping crowd."
Soldiers Look at This. It ma not gen
erally be known that the War Department
never gives a copy of a discharge to a sol
dier who has lost or sold the original docu
ment. Therefore, it becomes necessary to
preserve papers of so much value, and as a
remedy in case the should be lost, we sug
gest to the soldier tho propriety of having
them properly recorded at the County
ClerkVoffice, so that copies can be obtained
certified to by the Clerk, by which the sol
dier may realize bounties, land grants or
any other privileges that Congress may
enact. Get your discharges recorded imme
diately ; it will save you trouble should you
lose the original.
? Franklin's Epitaph. The following is
the epitaph which Dr. Franklin wroto on
Buggy and Wagon Tire Iron.
" COOPERS' HOOP IRON.
GROCERIES AND C0U1IISSI0N.
CARPENTER & MUNSOH,
General Claim -Argents,
J. B. CARPENTER,
Late Lieutenant and Adj ntant 1st Tenneasea Light Artillery, ;
S. MUNSOH-, j
Lata Lieutenant and Adjutant 6th Tenneaaec Cavalry. j
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM i
II the eitima or Exit Tenneasea that thej baT opened
u office bi
for the purpoie of aborting and collecting- all eluaea of claim,
a rain st the Government for inpplic. taken and informal Touch
er, given, and atrppliea taken and no receipts given, and for
ervicel rendered. Prompt attention given to aettiementi of
officer," accounts. Stoppage of par removed, and certificates
of non-indebtedness obtained fer resingtd officer.
Reasonable prices charged.
Voucher bought or collected at lowest prices.
tar Office 1st door South of Exchange Bank, Gay street,
FoatOffica Box 188- Knoxville, Tonn.
BirtaMces Hon. W. G. Brownlow, Gen. A. C. GUlem, Col. L.
O.Honk.Capt. McHeish. sPt'
' HAPT0S f MSST,
THO. S. FOIXTXa.
Wax Claim Office.
WW.- A. COCKRILL,
Cor. Main and Gay sts., over Exchange Bank,
WILL colloct all claims against the Government for Quar
master's and Commissary supplies, taken for the use of
the army, tcktOttmctipted for or uoL
Pay for Horses, Fencing, Ac, taken or destroyed, will be
Certificates of uon-indabtednes. jirocured from the different
departments at Washington for resigned or discharged officers.
and final settlements made.
Having business connections with most reliable agents in
Washington, I am prepared to prosecute all claims requiring
Dractical knowlodze and faithful care, speedily and on reason
able terms. Wll. COCKRILL,
P. O. Boi 181. aug2U
Attorney at Law.
JOHN N. MURDOCH,
Attorney at Law.
NETHERLAND & MURDOCH,
GENERAL CLAIM AGENTS,
P. O. Addre, Box 274.
Prosecute and Collect Claims against
United States, of all Classes.
special attention given to Claims against the Quartermaster
ana Cotnsussary General's Departments, for articles or sup
plies taken or furnished fur tha use of the army.
Pensions, Back Pay, Bounties and
Vouchers Collected. .
Office en Main Street, next door to Union Bank.
Birtas to Hon. Tbos. A. S. Kelson, Col. O. P. Temple, J.
W. Patterson, Esq., and the mcniKers of the Knox county
Bar generally. octl8tf
NAfiONA LJCLAHVI AGENCY.
DAMELS & SHERWOOD,
Military and ATaval Agents,
28 President's Square,
Next Joor to Gen. Augur's Headquarters,
WAS1I1XGTOX, D. a
ARE PROSECUTING CLAIMS
against the United State Government for property ta
ken or destroyed by the army. We collect or purchase all
kinds of Quartermaster's Vouchers.
We settle Officers' Accounts, remove Stoppages of Pay, col
lect Claims for Horses lost in tha Service. We also obtain
Pensions, collect Back Pay, Bounty and Prize Money.
require no advance fee, and make no charge except we suc
ceed. Local Agents throughout the country will find it to
their advantage to correspond with us.
J. DANIELS, H. L. SHERWOOD,
Late Captain V. S. V. Late Q. M. V. S. V.
Kirr.Br.ms. Hon. Alex. Bamsey, V. 6. Senator from Miu.,
Hon. B. E. Fenton, Governor of Uew York, Hon. B. V.
Whaley, 31. C. from Western Virginia, Major-General Pope.
A BT THE
EUREKA GIFT ASSOCIATION.
180 BROADWAY, NEW YORK,
COfillVIISSlON f.ERCHANT$,!KosEwooD pianos, melodeons,
STRATOH, POIIITEO CO.,
For the Sale and Purchase af
COTTON ANJ TOBACCO,
PORK, BACON, LARD,
PIG IRON AND PRODUCE GENERALLY
Aos. 9 and 11 Broad St.,
E WILL KEEP ON HAND A LARGE
and well selected etock of
iOR THE WH0LSALB TRADE. j
To which we invite the attention of the inercuanisoi i.u
nessee, Georgia and Alabama.
6trict attention will be paid to receiving and forwarding,
and to the sale of Groceries and all goods on consignment.
Being in the large and commodious store warehouse so long
and favorably remembered as the house of Johnson A Smith,
and afterwards as Fiher, Wheless A Co.. with the immense
sheds and storage recms, we feel prepared to handle aU Ut
ton, Tobacco, and (Jeneral Produce, or goods on consignment,
on as favorable terms as any house in the city ; and expecting
,.kii.k i,kminn mum a Dermanent basis, wepromlee
to do ail in our power to merit a liberal share of public pat- j
esr- Bagging and Rope always on hand. . ep20-6m
W, F. WILSON & co..
North-east Comer of Gay and Churoh StreetB,
BEG LEAVE TO INFORM THE PEO
PLE of Knoxville, and East Tennessee generally, that
they have just received a large and well assorted Stock of Sta
ple and Family Groceries. Liquors, Tobacco, Cigars, Ac, which
will be sold at greatly reduced prices. The beet brands of Old
Ohio Wheat Family Flour, constantly on hand. Country Mer
chants will find it to their interest to call and examine our
stocluand prices before purchasing elsewhere.
Remember tha place, corner of Gay and Church Streets,
rvffin RWk.l KnnTVllle. Tcnn.
1 r,V,tf W. P. WILSON A
COLI MBCS rOWBLI,,
I. P. GREK5,
M. X GHEE,
No. 38 Broad Street,
DEFERRING YOU TO THE ABOVE j
IV card, we beg leaTe to inform yon, that we have estao
hSlied onreelvesin this city in business, and are fully prepared
to extend to our patrons the ordinary facilities required and
respectfully solicit a share of your business. We do not pro
pose to confine ourselves to any specialitj , and will purchase
Cotton, Tobacco and Produce Generally.
also. Gold, Stock", Bonds and Government Securities excfatcely
on C'ommision. Respectfully Yours,
C. POWELL. GREEN A CO.
Augusta Chronicle and Sentinel and Jonesborough Union
o I - -
DE. J. FOTJCHE, Dentist,
AFTER AN ABSENCE OF TWO
vears. bas retarned to his old office in Knoxville, greatly
improved in facilities and information for the practice of his
S i arrangement by which
DR. P. H. CARDWELL
THIS DAY EFFECTED AN
he will be ablo in the future to
supply ail persons who may desire, from a single to a full set of
teeth, on the
YVLCAKIZEB BIBBER BASE,
Being the latest Improvement in our profession, and having
been anftcienUy tested to warrant its utility, we tuke pleasure in
recommending it as being far preferable in many respects to
any other base heretofore osed. It can be used in many in
stances where all other materials fail. No one need, therefore,
despair. Call on me, give me your work and I will demonstrate
Remember that a full set af teeth on this method cost enly
half what they would on gold, and yet preferable in all respects.
m8tf Respectfully, P. H. CARDWELL.
W. WJLOS, JB.
Fine Oil Paintings, Engravings,
Silver Ware, Fine Gold and Silver Watches,
Diamond Pins, Diamond Rings, Gold Brace
lets, Coral, Florentine, Mosaic, Jet, Lava,
and Cameo Ladies' Sets, Gold Pens with
Gold and Silver Extension Holders,
Sleeve Buttons, Sets of Studs, Vest and
Neck Chains, Gold Rings, &c. Valued at
fiST 31,000,000. "a
DISTRIBUTION is made in the following manner : "
CERTIFICATES naming each article and 1U TiLCg, ara
placed in SEALED ENVELOPE, which are well mixed. Ona
of these 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 S3 cents.
On receiving the Certificate the purchaser will see what Ar
ticle H dkaws, and its value, and can then send ONE DOLLAR
and receive the Article named, or can choose Asr cruse one
t Article on our List of the same value.
ry Purchasers of our SEALED ENVELOPES, may, in this
manner, obtain an Article Worth hom Oaf to Five Hcsdrkd
j FOR OIV13 DOLLAR
i which they need not pay until it is known what is drawn and
I its value. Entire. Satisfaction Guaranteed in all Cases.
THE EUREKA GIFT A&S0CIATI05
would call attention to the fact of its being tha Original and
Largest Gift Association in the country. We are therefore en
abled to send Fires Goods, and give belter chances to obtain
the mors valuable pruet, than any other establishment of the
kind. The business continnes to be conducted in a fair and
hcnorble manner, and a 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 . aiuale prists to all parts of the eou n try. Those
who patronize us am rtceive the full value of their money,
as no arucle on our list is worth less than One Dollar, retail,
and there are no blanks.
Parties dealing with us may depend on having prompt re
turns, and the articles drawn will be immediately sent to any
address by return mail or express.
The folloming parties have recently drawn valuable prises
from the Eureka Association and have kindly allowed the use
of their names, many other names might be published were we
Andrew Wilson, Custom House, Philadelphia, Penn,, Oil
PatntiDg, valns, S100; James Hargraves, 821 Broadway New
York, Oil Painting, value, tlOO ; H. P. Jones, Barrett, Marshall
oounty, Kansas, Melodeon, value, Patrick J. Byrnes,
Waterbury, Ct., Gold Watch, value, 1125 ; J. P. Shaw, 224 East
84th Street, New York, Piano, value, I860; Mrs. Chas. J. Ne
vis, Elmira, N. Y., Piano, value, 300 ; Miss Lucy Janeway, El
mira, N. Y., Cluster Diamond Ring, value, 200 ; Mrs. K. Pen
noyer, City Hotel, Nashville, Tenn., Melodeon, value, S125;
Oscar M. Allen, Co. B, Hid Beg. Ind. Vols., Nashville, Tenn.,
Watch, value,): Rowlands. Patterson, Co. D, loth Iowa
Vet. Volunteers, Oil Painting, value, S100; Mrs. Abbey J. Par
sons, Springfield, Mass., Melodeon, value, James L. Dex
ter, City Surveyor, Svraense, N. Y., Gold Watch, value, $160 ;
Mrs. James Ely, 17T Wooster St., cor. Bleeker, N. Y., Oil Paint
Ins;, value, 1100 ; Mrs.J. C. Coles, Grand Rapids, Michigan,
Silver tfaslor, value, 140; Dr. J. Sinclair, No. 4 Main 8t.,Ctica,
N.Y., Framed Engraving, value, (25 ; Hon. Luther Detmold,
Washington, D. I., Oil Painting, value, $100.
Letters from various parties throughout the country ac
knowledging the receipt or very valuable gifts, may be seen on
file at our office.
To be Sold for One Dollar Each,
Without regard to ralue, and not tole paid for unfit you
know what you will recMvt. bach
50 Elegant Rosewood Pianos, worth
from $250.00 to 500.00
60 Melodeons, Rofewood Cases 125.00 to 225.00
100 Fine Oil Paintings 25.00 to 100.00
100 Gold Hunting Case AVatches 75.00 to 150.00
150 Diamond Rinj:3 : 50.00 to 200.00
250 Ladies' Gold Watches 60.00 to 85.00
450 Silver Watches 25.00 to
200 Fine Steel Engravings, Framed.. 12.00 to
100 Music Boxes 12.00 to
100 Silver Revolving Patent Castors 15.00 to
100 Silver Fruit and Cako Baskets... 15.08 to
500 Sets Silver Tea and Table Spoons 15.00 to
2,500 Vest and Keck Chains 5.00 to
2,500 Ladios' 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 Picks... . 3.00 to
3,000 Onyx, and Amethyst Brooches... 4.00 to
3,000 Lava and Florentine Brooches 4.00 to
1,000 Masonic Pins 4.00 to
2.000 Fine Gold Watch Keys 3.50 to
ATTORNEY AT LAW
United States Claim Agent,
Collecting promptly ottedd to i till the Conmiet oj
T3R0SECUTES all kinds of Claims
, uii toe irienda of de-
-A- against the Government: also.
Pension, Bounty, Back Pay. Ac, Ac.
Government vouchers bought or collected an fhe best terms.
Informal claims corrected aad collected for horses, forage
and property taken.
Also, collect pay for negroes enlisted in fhe army belonging
to loyal citizens.
He bas a record of fhe death of all East Tennessee soldiers,
who have died belonging to tha Union army. He desires to see
all persons who drew a pension at the breaking out of the rebel
lion who have been loyal ; when the soldier died leaving a wid
ow, she is entitled, if no widow, the children, if no children, the
father, if no father, the mother, Ac. The fees in this class of
cases is five dollars, and one dollar and fifty cents for each cer
tificate. He refers to Gen. 8. P. Carter, Dr. Brownlow, Cols. John Wil
liams, John Baxter, O. P. Temple, Saml R. Rodgers and Judge
Office in basement story of the Court House. mayl4tf
ALF.X. S. BBIDLIT.
tA L W. PVASVDT.
BRADLEY & PEABODY,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
P. O. Box, 1148. NASHVILLE, TENS.
Will give special atteutiuu to claims for Pension. Duck
Pay, llorsew and other property lot in the Tnited States
Mr. Bradley's former experience, while engaged iu the V. S.
TREASURY DEPARTMENT in adjusting claims, and Mr.
Peabody's recent connection with the PENSION OFFICE as
an examine of claims for the past two years, Injure a tho
rough knowledge of the Law, Rul'"anI PractiTe, governing in
BEFEKESLES by express permission: Chief Justice Chaw,
Senator Fessendun, Hon. Jos. II. Barrett, Commissioner of
Pensions, Washington, D. C, Got. Brownlow, Hon. Horace
Maynard, Hon. John Trimble, Nashville, Tenn. janI0-3m
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
DRUGS! DRUGS 1 1 DRUGS 1 1
JUSTUS I. JrcCARTY,
Attorney & Counsellor at Law,
WASIIIXGTOX, I. V.
ILL GIVE PROMPT ATTENTION
the prosecution of Claims before tho Court of
Claims, and the various Executive Departments.
RsrtBS to Uonorablrs U. M. Rice, M. 8. Latham, Jeremiah
6. Black, J. A. HcDougal, Alex. Ramsey, V. 3 Senators; Wm.
Kellog, Hubert J. Waiker, B. F. Granger, W.A.Hall, Wm.
Windoui, J. B. S. Todd, Members of Congress; Wm. B. Mac
lay, N. Y. . L. Becker, Minn., Charles Hughe., N. Y., R. J.
Ualdeman, Es., Pa., Col. G. W. Ewinir, Ind. noTl-6m
G. CLAY SMITn.
:. P. wii.cm,.
SMITH & WILCOX,
Attorneys &C ouiiscllors at law,
OFFICE ON MADISON STREET,
ft twws .'th and 6th,
WILSON, BURNS & CO.,
30 S. H0WABD STBEET, corner Lombard,
GEORGE A. McNUTT,
(Formerly of A. Gl Jackson A Co.,)
WHOLESALE A5D UETA1L DEALER I.N
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
No. 1, Coffin's Block, Gay Street,
janirtf jr.voA' rair, rc.v.v.
WE keep constantly on hand a large and well assorted stock
of GROCERIES, WINES and LIQUORS suitable for the
Southern and Western trade. We solicit consignments of
COUNTRY PRODUCE, such as
Cotton, Hemp, Bacon Lard. Feat her a,
GINSENG, WOOL, BUTTER, DRIED FRUIT, FUR SKINS,
Ac, Ac, Ac.
Our facilities for doing business are such as to warrant quick
sale, and prompt returns. All orders will P?P
attention. oct4-6m WILSON, BCKN3 My.
R. W. TUCK, J. G. DAVIS, A. P. TUCK,
Christian Co. Phelps, Caldwell Co. Louisville, Ky.
TUCK, DAVIS &. CO.,
322 Main Btreet, between Eighth and Ninth,
R. G. PAGE,
No. 47, North Side of Fublio Square.
Forwarding, Storage & Commission
Consignments Respectfully Solioited.
Rirsar.Nti3.-Bvt. Brig. Gen. Parkhurst, P.M. G., Mil. Biv.
Tenn., Lieut-Col. A. Von Bchrader, Inspection General, At".
Div. Tenn., Major B. F. Fifield, Special Agent Adams X xprees
n ii n..,. firm rt.vl. Jk Flvnn. O. W. Fall St Co.,
A. A. Breast, H. C. Jackson, Cameron, Oner
Co., W. H.
HOSACK W. EISO.
KING & DUN LEVY,
a. r. rnaEVT.
TITILL practice in the Circuit Courts, Court of Appeals
V Federal and Supreme Courts of the United Ftate..
" Claims of every character promptly attend-d t".
Curing the winter, 3ir. Wilcox will be found at the office in
Covington, Ht. SmitL will attend to busineM in Washington.
WM. H. OWEN,
LAIS OOL. Q. M. D.
DR. JAMES RODGERS,
St., bet. Cumberland knd CaciicH,
Wholesale and Retail BeaJew la
. AND VARNISHES!
A Urge Stock of
WHITK LEAD, ZINC, LINSEED OIL, CARBON
OIL, CASTOR OIL, OLIVE OIL, LARD
OIL, TANNER'S OIL.
Also, A large Stock of -
Paint, Marking, VaraUb, Whitewash, Hair nJ Taoth.
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Indigo, Copperas, A ma to, Logwood chipped and astracf.
Madder, Blue Vitroll, Cud Bsr.
OF E V KISY STYLE AND SIZE.
Trusses, Cuppinf S'.mswS..
Braces, Breast Pomps.
Glass and Rubber Syringes, Cork Screws, '
Suypendury Bandages. Lances,
Pino Apple, R&spberrv,
Orange, Sarsap axilla.'
PURE WINES AND II0TT0SS,
For Medicinal purposes.
Fninvb. Brandy, Sparkling Cataba Win,
Pure Old Bonrbop
PILLS I PILLS!! PILLS!!!
Jaynes', Dr. Lea's,
Phalon's Night Blooming Cereus, Odor or opening Flowers,
Lnbin's Jockey Clnb, Wild
" Patchouly, " Rosea,
" Geranium, X. Basin's queen of flowers ext.
Sweet Briar, Burnett's Oriental Tooth rfeari
Tan Buskirk's fragrant Sesodont, for preserving tne Teeth.
Ayer's Sarsapariila, Jajnes' Carminative,
" Cherry Peetoral. Dr. Wm. Hall's Balsam,
' Ague Cure, Whitcomb's Asthma Remedy
Jaynes' Alterative, Brown's Jamaica Ginger,
Wistar's Balsam Wild Cherry,
5,000 Children's Armlets 2.50 to
2.500 Sets of Bosom Studs 1.50 to
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 Lociets, all sizes 2.00 to
10,000 Sets of Ladies' Jewelry 8.00 to
4,000 Watch Charms (each) 3.00 to
5,000 Gold Pens, Silver Cases 4.ou to
5,000 Gent's Breast and Scarf Pins 3.00 to
2,000 Ladies' Kew Style Belt BuckleB..,
2,000 Cbateline and Guard Chains
1.000 Gold Thimbles
2,000 Sets Ladies' Jet and Gold 10.80 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 Bill Eardrops, all colors i.vv to
5,000 Fine Gold Pens 2.00 to
2,000 New Style Jet and Gold Eardrops 3.00 to
1,500 NewStyleLrng Crystal Eardrops 1.00 to
2.000 Gold Pens 3.06 to
W A CIIAIVCE TO OBTAIN ANY OF THE
AKOVEAKTICI.ES for 0E DOLLAR BY
Pl'UCHAsl.liG A SEALED ENVELOPE IOK
fSff- Five Sealed Envelopes will be sent for ftl ; Eleven for
1 ; Thirty for 5 ; Sixtv-flve for $10 ; One Hundred for 116.
AOrXTH WANTED EVERYWHERE.
Our nitrons are desired to send United States money when 4
It is convenient. Long letters are unnecessary.
Orders for SEALED ENVELOPES must in every case 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 as follows :
GOODWIN, HINT & CO.,
Box 5708 Post Office, New York.
GEO. DEMERIT & CO.,
(Established in 1859.)
303 Broadway, New York,
orrsB ins rotiowiso fcTLSSDin-tisT or
WATCHES, CHAINS, GOLD PENS,
' SILVER WARE AND JEWELRY,
WORTH OVR 8750,000!
AT ONE DOLLAR EACH.
Not paid until you know.what you receive-
COIIU IN, OWEN & WILSON,
JOHNSTON, CORWIN A FINNELL,
AND S0LI0IT0ES OF CLAIMS,
Office, 222 F Street, near Treasury Building,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Will practice in the Sapreme Court of the United Slates, the
Court of Claims, and the Courts of the District of Columbia.
Particular attention gintn to CLAIMS and
DEPARTXEXT BC SIS ESS.
OFFICERS ACCOUNTS ADJUSTED. aug28tf
FHEDRICK A. AIKEN.
JOHIt W. CIAMP1TT. I
AIKEN & CLAMPITT,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
ll AT LAW and SOLICITORS OF CLAIMS,
WASHINGTON, D. V.
Refers by permission to Gov. Brownlow, Hon. Iloraro
Mavnard, lion. David R. Patterson, lion. J. f.
N. G. Taylor, Gen. II. 11. Thomax.
I. S. TBOWBKIDCr.
TROWBRIDGE & CALDWELL,
A TTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
aSj- Office in rear of the Court House.
O. P. TEMPLE,
Horse and Mule Shoes
Can bo lurnitihed cheaper than you cau buy
iron to make them.
POWDER, CAPS, SHOT,
It is full of faith and humor:
(like the cover of an old book
its contents torn out
ynd stripped of it6 fetterinff and gilding.)
' lies here, food for worms
yet the work iuelf shall not be lost,
lor it will (as he believed) appear once more,
in a new
and more beautiful edition
corrected nd amended
T"' C " o . ...
i i, ., ? Jiepubltcan learns that
Edward li. h.etehum, who was lately con
victed of forgery and sentenced to serve a
tenn of four years and six m mths in Sin?
S n. Prison, has been placed in the shoe
bI.o.i of the prison, lie is treated the same
as the other prisoners; marches into his
d'n er with them, and, like them, he t
lccxed in his solitary cell every night.
JULIUS OCHS & CO. :
BEG LEAVE TO INFORM THEIR j
numerous friends and patrons that they have connected j
with their extensive clothing business a regular
They are uow prepared to make up garments to order iu the
most approved style and at the shortest notice.
They will always keep on hand a large assortment of Piece
Goods suitable for men's wear, such as Cloths, Cassimeres,
Linens, Marseilles, Ac, Ac.
A large assortment of Furnishing Goods, and Mens', Youths',
Boys' and Childrens'
Boots and Shoes,
HATS & CAPS.
vsT We tender our thanks to our friends for past favors, and
respectfully solicit a continuance of their liberal patronage..
aZ- uri two doors south of Adams Express Office.
v. -j - Arna a.
COMMISSION AND FORWAKDINC4 j
'-ti-ius promptly attanded to.
1 e r
Dealer in all kinds of
METAIIO and zinc burial cases,
Wholesale and Retail
-vision I e a
Corner of Gay and Union Streets,
jei8-tf Knoxville, Tenn.
AiD COMMISSION MERCHANT,
iwi Main Street, between Fifth and Sixth,
I uuiguni'-ut5 Solicited. janl.tf
A. H. Si W. O. Gardner,
418 Main Street, tf. 4'A an oth,
ONE D00K ABCfE CITIZENS' BANK,
feblS-tf Louisville. Ky.
loU Gold Hunting-cased Watcbcs...
200 Ladies Gold-cased Watches
800 Solid fiilver-cased Watches
17.', Soltaire Diamond Rings
i 1,500 Neck and Guard Chains
i 2,500 Vest and Chatelaine Chains
1 8,000 Gold and Onyx Brooches
3,000 Gold and Pearl brooches
i 4,000 Gold, Pearl, Ac, Ear Drops
I 2..W0 Gents' Scarf and Breast PiDS
J 4,500 Gold and Chased Bracelets
7,500 Oval Band Bracelets
i 1.000 Gold Watch Keys and Slides
8,000 Enameled, Ac., Sleeve Buttons..
8,000 Miuature Lockets, Double,
8" 0 MinatureLockets, Dial accd..
1 nOO ftold Thimble. Armlets, Ac
1,500 Masonic Pins and Emblems J
8,000 Plain and Chased Gold Rings J
4,000 Stonn Set and Signet Rings
00 to 200 00
TTORNEY AT LAW,
liEt'EHES'LE. Governor Wm. G. Brownlow. junl'Jtf
Heltnboldt's Fluid Extract of Bnchu, Ac,
Mustang, s Indian.
Nervo and Bote,
Dr. John Bull's Worm Candy, Mrs. Winslow's Soothing
Syrup, H. It. Relief, Frey's Vermifuge, FahnstocA".
Vermifuge, McLain's Vermifuge, Lyon's Katharoc.
Wood's Hair Restorative, Godfrey's Cordial, Whitnay a
Liquid Opadeldoc, Brown's Brachial Troches and Laea
line ; Harnett's Cocine, Kalliston, and Cistorine, Pain
Killer, Gargling Oil, Ac.
PRESCRIPTIONS ACCURA TELY PREPARED
2&r Dr. R. eta be consulted professionally at tb
Drug Store during business hours, and at bis residence,
corner of Cumberland and Locust Sreets, at other hoflr",
when not professionally absent. aug9 H
- AT THE
OLD DRUG STORE
WILL BE FOUND, AS HERETO
FORE, the most complete and well selected Stock "4
Goods eTer offered in this Market, eonsiatiag of
and DYE STUFFS.
Of every description, such as Ball's Balsam "for thv Imratt.
i Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry, Davidson's Balsam of Bosr-
honnd, Strickland's Cough Remedy, Uelmboldw ParsapariUa.
Helmbold's Buchu, Lyttle's Elixir, Uuysotta Telle Doc,
j and Sarsapariila, all of Ayer's and Jayne'a Celebrated Medl
' eines, McLane's Strengthening Cordial, Drake's Uostetters
Cedron, Highland, HooBand sand Oxyg.uate.1 Bitters, ami m
J. S. MATTHEWS,
A.ttoiney at La v,
WILL practice in the courts of McMinn and adjoining
counties, and in the Supreme and Federal courts at
FLEMING & BROOKS,
KKOX VllLE, I t'.V.V.
The undersigned hare this day entered into partnership in
the practice of Law, in the State and Federalf.'ourt" for Eat
Orricx South-west cornr of the eourt-hou.-, nrt floor.
Deeomber 1st, 1W. J0. M: FLEMIN'J,
janlOtf E. J. BROOKS.
j short, a mrt eomplet, assortment of Patent Medicines gen
Physician's and Surgeon's OUTFITS,
PURE WINES AND LIQUORS,
And in fact, ererytliing net nary to mat. our stork the mot'
COMPLETE of any in the city.
CALL AND EXAMINE FOR YOURSELVES
NEW DRUG STORE !
STOVES AND TINWARE.
500 STOVES !
35 00 1
8 00 4
40 00 '
4 00 '
4 00 1
2 00 '
4 00 '
4 00 1
3 00 '
i 00 '
4 00 '
3 00 '
IfflT Remember the piaee,
Centre Store, Coffim
NEW GUN STORE.
WE ARE NOW RECEIVING A LARGE
boot Guns, '
of all bbcJ I'rktta,
Belts and Holsters,
General Fnnera Undertaker.
'Principal office and rooms:
Basement opposite the "Bell House,"
On ilain street, Knoxville.
Embalming tne Dead,
Bt.J. B. McCATERET, Embalming Surgeon.
Wooden Coffins of all kinds constantly on hand.
Persons at a distance wishing information in reference to the
dead, can iret it by addressing affrey, Agent at a.nox-
Shot and Gaps,
of all aiaes,
Game Ban, &o
PACY. MAK KIR k dO
Cora or of ay aad Cumberland at treeis,
novaif Cader tha Lasnf ir Sous.
IBONI IRON!! IRON! 3!
A LOT OF HAMMERED IR03T
WJL 1 OOKD'S
S. HOLMES & SON,
MANUFACTURERS ! IMPORTERS,
Wholeaale and Retail Dealers in
, Wall Paper and Paper Curtains,
"WTNDOW SHADES AND FIXTURES,
Ho. 65 West Fourth Street,
Aaijoiulng Piks's Opera House, C1SCISSATI, OHIO.
URS 13 THE OLDEST HOUSE IN
Established in 1819.
We keep the largest Stork, and Sell at the lowest prises.
Our Betail DepartaMnt af
cannot t azcaUed la the eeaatry .
. HOCTIE Ac SON
So. C, West rrth St., adjolniaf Pike's Opera Honse,
JaSi4b Oiiaati, wki.
Orriti or Genebal Stthintekpest,
N. ad C. asp Si SD 3. W. Baileoads.
Kashville, Tenn.. Oct. 9th. 18oj
OS and after Tuesday, Oct. 1", 13w, and until further no
ti, Psssenzer Trains will run as follows:
NASHVILLE AND CHATTANOOGA LINE.
Leave Nashville Or Chattanooga, and all points South at o
a. s. Arrive at Chattanooga at 6:20 p. .
Returning Leae Chattanooga at 6:10 A. . Arrive, at
'a-hville at 5:15 r. M.
Shelbyville Accommodation, leave Naahviile at 3:10 r.
arrire at Shelbyville at 7:i0 r. x.
Returning Leave Shelbyville at 5:40 a. x., arrive at 9:55
NSHVILLK AND NORTHWESTERN LTtfE.
Leave h.shville for Johnaonvtlle, and all points West and
Northwest, at 6 p. x., arrive at Johnsooville at II P. x.
Returning Leave Johnsonville 1:50 a. x., arrive at Kash
ville at 8:0O a. X.
Trains on N. and N. W. Railroads connect at Johnaonvtlle
with nrst class line of Steamers for Padacah, Cairo and St
Louis. j. .
Trains stop at all Intermediate points.
W M. P. ISSES, Gen'l 8up t
cVcGtf S- c- f A H. W. Railroads.
4 00 "
7 00 "
10 00 "
3 00 "
2 00 "
2,000 Ladies' Buckles, Charms, Ac - ;
7.W0 Setts Gold. Fearl, ic. jewelry y-'
8,000 Setts Garnett. Jet, sc. Jewelry
2,000 California Diamond Kings
1,600 Gold Toothpicks, Crosses, Ac...,
2,600 Gold Pens, Pencils,, tc
7,000 Gold Pens case and Pencil
6,000 Gold pens. Ebony Holders
1,000 Silver Ice Pitchers, Ac
i cjvi Uit.a, r,ctnri Stand.. Ac.
l!o00 Silver Card and Cake Ba-kets M 99
4,0(.i0 Siiver Cups and Mugs
C,U0O Setts Tea and Table Spoons
3,000 Table and Desert Forks
5,000 Silver Fruit and Pie Knives
4,000 Pairs Rings, Salt Spoons, Ac .
3,000 Eilver Tea and call Bells, Ac
A .ml Pirt-lii Fnrk, X-i:
' . " . - . - i ; , r ; r.npM.ntM rv a
acn anu every ariicie iu mo ij , -
certificate. These are placed in similar envelopes and sealed.
Any person obtaiuing a certificate, to be had at our ofcee, or
sent by mail to any address, will know what they may have
for One Dollar. , , .
We charge for shading certificates, paying postage, and do
ing the business, 25 cents each, l ive : will be sent for SI ,
Eleven for S2; Thirty for 55; Snrr-FivE for ?W; and 0e
H Any'wrron receiving a certificate for an arUcle they may not
desire can exchange for any other article in our List of the
same value. By this method we are enable to furnish the pub
; ..i.. i ,..r,. fmm . rich and varied stock of eoods, at a
nominal price, while all have a chance of securing articles of
the very highest value. W e warrant every article as repre-
AGESTS Liberal commission and valuable Premiums, con
sisting of W atches, Ac, given to Agents.
Address all orders to,
GEORGE DEMERIT & CU,
novl-6m 303 Broadway, Sew York.
a - f
S. I). MITCHELL & CO.
One U.ir S.;uih of tho Pusf Offic.
KNOX V I LIsE. TJ-1NN KSSEl
Ha i; .11 ST
KtCKIVEI) A LARGE ASSOKT-
Drugs, Medicines, Dye Stufts,
WINDOW GLASS, &c.,
COFFMAN & EAMES.
Knoxville and Jonesborough, Tennessee,
Manufrtnr"r. aud Whol".a!e TeaL-rs in
Tin, Copper, Brass & Shf et Iron j
3? ure "VViuos tind Ijiquors
'. iiieiicinal purposes.
ST AN D All D
l josmtb. x. w. aarra.
ISAAC JOSEPH & CO.,
A TJ OTI O N
Corner of Gay And Mala StneU,
dcsSvtf KavXTIIi. TenuMitSi
OF A Lis KINDS,
Cotton Beams and Frames, Cotton, Hay
and Rag Presses, Warehouse Tracks,
B&'"'n.gG Barrows, Copying Presses,
And lioiirc Furnishing Good gnerallj.
Agents Tor tbe Sale of
S. H. Eansom 8c Co.'s
ComprieinK a large variety of
Cookiiig, Parlor and Heating
SllIAELC TO THE WAXTS Or IHF. rEOPLE Or TltStL.
The reputation of th Stoves is too well established in this
country to need comment.
We shall at all times keep on hand a supply of the Moves
and an assortment of extra plates for repairs.
COFFMAN A EAMES.
dec6-ly Knoxville and Jonesboro", Tenn.
NEW TIN-WARE l
Basins White Pond Lilly Eatmcl,
Buzin's Queen of Flowers,
Bazins Amber Hair Oil,
Btizia's Pond Lilly Pomade.
PHALON'S NIGHT BLOOMING CERITJ3.
A fine assortment of
A cuud assortment
FAIRBANKS, MORSE & CO.,
' 25 Walnut Street
SOUTHERN EXPBE3S COKPAHY.
EXPRESS MATTER RECEIVED axd
dispatched from tbe office of the Company to KMXjilla
Leavea daUyforthatfoBthaBd Wea, via Ohttaaa, at
X. . .v. UML
Good and Packsfes received HI w . ." , . t
Leave daily for Lyachbare a4 ih "' , T, -eoeda
and paekaiM retv at tk. b .
Sign of the " Big Coffee-Pot,"
OpptaiU General TUUon's Heaiuarurs,
Accurately eompounded at low rates from th bast
' chemieals, Tinetures and Drags.
PST RECEIVED A LOT OF TIN asd
bO A . v redueed priee. e
Iron b,'iiii,S. IPP'
, Braes atettlM. afosw, w
have Braes eUe "f"t4) Fl a fetks, Ba-urr guoona.
0ie Pus. Bkia r aooil,r. Co fee Mills, fire Shovels,
wp y .f Caking 8tor.s, to whUk
"ilss-AU aiade af Tinware ssade U order at short notUa.
fi- prti.ular atteaitea fflvea to repalriag.
ISr All ardera prosapily fllled.
t n. A uvaa let af new Cooking Steves of the most Im
proved yla, estra Taesls af all kinds. Ala Bake Ovens. BkU
,m ud BrMMl Pans, Jost rMivs4, ta waiah we iavlt Ike at-
U--ftosp.. J. MOOTS,
Bemeuiber, wa tell at th lwtt raUe
Drugs, Chemicals, Wines, Liquors, Per
fumeries, Toilet Articles,
&c., etc., to.
S. D. M1TCI1ELL A .,
m22-tf Gat Stbekt, Kxiij.. Tx.tn.
nUXCIS B. STIBB.
SUIRE, ECKSTEIN CO:,
2Trt.wrt cru b Tl
S'i1wajtW'siil.WS'lr'St le-ica ftttMiiil' "'"" -twrmt VmtWniW'-,lsatlm1aii5mw ksmnMtmrSl