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KNOXYILLE, TENS, WEDNESDAY, MAY 9, 1866.
NUMBER J 3.
13 rvU5SEB WE KILT
By BROWNLOW, HAWS & CO.
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Liberal discoants will lc made to those who advertise lib
erally. Calls on persona to become candidate will bo inserted as
other advertisements, to be paid for invariably in advance.
All advertisements on which the number of insertions is not
marked, will be published till fokbid, and charged accordingly.
Advertisements will be considered due when inserted, eio pt
those with whom we keep regular accounts.
Ko advertisement fr m a distance will be inserted iinlcs" ac
companied by a remittance, except in cases wbero tbe adver
tiaer is known to be punctual.
THE KNOXVILLE WHIG.
Knoxvitle, Tenn., May 9, 1866.
How Stands the Case.
When loyal men point to the monstrous usurpa
tion of the Prasi dent in dictating the terms on which
Southern men shall come into Congress, the copper
heads falsely report that ho is following in the foot
steps of Mr. Lincoln. The truth is, Mr. Lincoln
never dreamed of the despotic doctrines of restor
ing the Southern States, save with the advice and
consent of Congress. Here is what Mr. Lincoln
said in his amnesty proclamation of December X,
"To avoid iiMsunderstandinir, 'it may
1 proper to further say that whether members sent
to Congress trom any (insurgent) Mates snail oe
admitted to feats constitutionally rtti eadusicrly
tcith the respective Houses, and not to any est' nf with
But more than this : The last public speech Mr.
Lincoln ever uttered three days before his assassi
nation, and when he expected to bo called upon to
set in this matter referring to the Government he
set up in Louisiana, he said :
' And I also in the proclamation distinctly pro
tected that the Executive claimed no right to say when
or whether members should be admitted to seats in
Congress from such Slates. This plan was in ad
vance submitted to the then Cabinet, and as distinct
ly approved by every member of it. One of them
(Seward) suggested that I should omit the protest
gainst my own power in regard to the admission
of members of Congress, from tho rebel States.''
Thcso extracts will settle tho question as to Mr.
Lincoln. Mr. Johnson's instructions to Governor
Skarkey and Governor Marvin, teach the samedoc
Iriue, a doctrine be now proposes to ignore, in order
k get the rebels of the South into Congress. This
last quoted extract shows .where Johnson got the
ite that Lc has power to admit namely, from S:
ard. This purpose to interfere with tho preroga
tives of Congress was an after thought with Johnson,
and became a part of the new Democratic pro
gramme at Seward's suggestion. He is the main
hnJ that moves the Administration, and inspires
it irith courage and daring to protect rebels, and
subvert the work for which a quarter of a million
of Union soldiers bled and died!
Johnson at Willard's Hotel.
"While Vice President, and just after the fall of
Ricimondjthe Prcsiden t made a big speech, and re
vii tke report of it himself, lie said :
"We are now, my friends, winding up a rebellion
ptreat effort that has been made by bad men to
oranhrow the Government of the United States a
Government founded upon free principles and ce
mntcd by the best blood of the Revolution.
Cbcers. You must indulge me in making one
six.fl remark in regard to myself. At the time that
the traitors in the Senate of the United States plot
UA against the Government and entered into a con
spiracy more foul, more execrable, and more odious
tWm that of Cataline against the Romans, I hap
pened to be a member of that body, and, as to loy
alty, itood solitary and alone among the Senators
from the Southern States.
J was then and there called upon to know what I
wuld do with such traitors, and I want to repeat
my ply here. I said, if we had an Andrew Jack
son, k would hang them as high as Haman,
cheer, but as ho is no more, and sleeps in his
grave in his own beloved State, where traitors and
treason have even insulted his tomb, and the very
carta that covers his remains, humble as I am, when
yon ask me what I would do, my reply is, I would
arrest them ; I would try them ; I would convict
them, and I would hang them. Prolonged cheers.
Thus opened tho Vice President, and thus ho
One word more and 1 have done. It is this : I
am in favor of leniency. But, in my opinion, evil
doers should be punished. Cries of " That's so."
Treason is the highest crime known in the catalogue
of crimes, and for him that is guilty of it for him
that is willing to lift his impious hand against the
authority of tho nation I would say, death is too
easy a punishment. Loud cheers. My notion is
that treason must be made odious, that traitors must
be punished and impoverished, their social power
broken, though they must be made to feel the pen
alty of their crime. You, my friends, have traitors
in jour very midst, and treason needs rebuko and
punishment here as well as elsewhere.
The President has left this platform. We were
cm i than wo are on it yet, and on it we intend to
The Johnson (lab.
ttke long roll of officers of the Johnson Club re
cBKtly organised at Washington, was remarkable
for having the name of only one Republican in it;
that of Ex-Governor Todd, of Ohio. The appear
aace of his name occasioned much surprise and
comment at tho time, and he now has authorised
bis friends to say that the use of his namo as one
of the Vice Presidents of the Johnson National
Union Club, so-called, was without his authority or
consent, and that ho gave no authority or license
whatever to any one for using his name as Vice
President or otherwiso of any Johnson Club or
meeting; and further, that he has no sympathy for
any organization of rebels, copperheads or men of
doubtful political character and disturbers of tho
harmony of our country. Nahville Pre end
Democrats l'clicitato themselves greatly
upon their cheering prospects, in view of a
hoped lor separation in the Union ranks.
Will some of these hopeful gentlemen show
ija any substantial advantages that they
have gained anywhere? Will they point to
a any election that has gone in their favor?
Will they show us any election that is i."ke
ly to go in their favor? Will they be kind
enough to indicate an election, in which the
nUnion men, of all shades of opinion, have
"failed to vote as a unit upon the issues prc-
i Tel CoLLECTOKSHir. Senator Lane, of
1 Kansas, is brother-in-law to one of the fore
J most applicants (Davies) for this political
! plum. Lane voted for the Civil Eights bill
'on its lirst passage, and for sustaining the
Mr. Raymond, of the Times, said on the
i floor -of tbe House that he wanted to vote
for the bill on its first passage, but ho voted
against it yesterday, and is the only Kepub
: lican in all the old free States who has that
We wonder if ho knows who the Collec
tor in to be? Brooklyn Union.
,Serenad. The band of the 15th U. S.
C. I. serenaded Governor Brownlow'last
night at the residence of Secretary Fletch
er, on iroaa street, fcevcral omcers of tbe
regiment were present, and were introduced
to the Governor, who made a few appropri
ate remarks, thanking them for their servi
ces in the State, and complimenting them
on their conduct while on dutv in this citv.
The regiment will be disbanded and paid off
O.vk of the rebel orcans of this ritv com
pares Andrew Johnson to Cato. History
sa-s that Cato disemboweled himself on his
THE GREAT NATIONAL FAIR.
HE LADY DIRECTORS OF THE
-I- NATIONAL SOLDIERS AND RATT.DRS ORPHAN
HoLSE will conimcnr to hold a Pernio Fate, in ths city of
ninuaeran, oo ino loin 01 BIT next, the DrocM-dn thrranfara
to te devoted to the MifDort und mainlniiin nf th- limhun
ui .-iiuuai omitTK ana raiiurs not otnerwiop provided for in
muir muraiieoinw ana i erritorinx.
Tli; ladim invito all wuoran tocontribute toward ropresent-
iuk mn oiau- uy a lacteal mo J air.
The Charity is a noMe and deerviDg vw, and it i hoped
that each Slate and Territory will bo liberally represented.
All contribntion tbould tm addressed. " National 8oldiora
and Sailors OrpLau Uouie, Washington. P.C," and forwarded
ii posiun:, i-n iavs Deioro tbe opening of the lair.
Tho Intituti'u will Ik opened for the retention of chiMrra
on the lit of Juno next, and amilirations for admiioa mav
1 forwarded immediately to Mii. J. ('. CARLISLE. Secreta
ry, na-uingion, u. . aprl8-ot
CHANCERY COURT MAR YVLLLE.
James Henry, Adm'r dc bonis non of Wm. Lee, dee'd,
vs. A. J. ish. Acini r of Alexander Ish, dec d, John
Grifittg and Beni. A. Ish.
T2sT THIS CAUSE IT APPEARS FROAI
JL the allegations of the bill that Beni. A. Ish is a non-resi
dent of the State of Tennesfw : It is therefom ordered that
publication be made in Itrownlow's Whi? for four nuccessive
weki, notifying the r-aid Benjamin A. 1-h to appear at
a .nancery ionri to do new at tlie court house in .MaryTiile,
in me a u my 01 oiouni, ana Mato ot Tennessee, on tbetourtn
Monday of A line next, uud plead, answer, or demur to eoiu-
lamaui s tmi, or tut amc win tic taken as confessed aud set
r hearing ex part''. A c-pv of the order.
W. C. PITKNS, 0. A 51.,
April -Jith, Isto-pfj By K. t;0DIAUI, 1). C, A' 31.
m. A. Spencer vs. Janice JI. !Coole, ct als.
TT APPEARING FEO.U THE ALLE-
-L NATIONS of the bill that Elizabeth Toole, John E. Toole
and B. M. Toole, an- nou-reMilents of tin; Mate of Tennessee :
It is therefore ordered that publication be made in Brown
low'i Whig for four mccesive weeks, notifying the aid Eliz
abeth Toole, John E. Toole and B. M. Toole, to appear at a
Chancery Court to be held at the court house in JIaryville, in
the county of Ulount and State of Tennessee, on the fourth
Monday of June net, and plead, answer, or demur to com
plainant's bill, or the eame will betaken as confeEsed and set
lor luaritig ex pi'rte as to them. A copy of the order.
W. C. PICKENS, C. A" M.,
April -J-., I"J-pr. By E. liUl'DAKO, V. C. A M.
Samuel T. Cos olid A. Matlock, Executors of John B.
Cox, dee'd, vs. Henry T. Cos.
S ODEDIEXCE TO A DECREE OF
f tho Chancery Court made at the December Term, 1805, I
ill proceed to take and state tho account as directed, at my
office in Maryville, Mount county, Tonn., on the 8th of June
next, when and w here I he parties can attend with their proof.
W. C. PICKENS, C. .t M.,
Aprils, 1-CCt Ily 1,. GOI'DAKD, D. C. A M.
II. L. W. Mynatt, AJm'rof Aaron llar'ui-oa, s. James
rFHE PLAINTIFF. ON AFFIDAVIT,
-A says the defendant in indebted to him and so abscond that
the ordinary proce of law cannot be served upon him. aud
having obtained an original attnehment against tbe estate of
the defendant nia'h returnable before 1. 11. bkagg, a Justice
of the Peace for Knox county, and tho same having been re
turned on the 24th day of Murch, lbbO, levied npon tbo prop
erty of tbe defendant : It i therefore ordered by me that the
said defendant appear before me at my office, in the lfsth Tis
trict of Knox county, Tenn., on the' 1st day of September,
next, to delend hi- suit, or it will be proceeded with cx parte.
It is further ordered that thi notice be published for four suc
cessive weeks iu lirowulow's Whir.
may2.lt r. u. SKAGGS, J. I.
1. TLF.'S W HITE OIL nt
SUPPLY OF LYT-
Di:. JAilES RODGEKS.
EUREKA GIFT ASSOCIATION.
EsricLi siu;u isj6.
ISO BROADWAY, NEW YORK,
ROSEWOOD PIANOS, AIELODEONS,
Fine Oil Paintings, Engravings,
Silver Ware, Fine Gold and Silver Watches,
Diamond Fins, Diamond Rings, Gold Brace
lets, Coral, Florentine, Mosaic, Jet, Lava,
and Cameo Ladies' Sets, Gold Pe is with
Gold and Silver Extension Holders,
Sleeve Buttons, Sets of Studs, Vest and
Neck Chains, Gold Rings, &c. Valued at
DISTRIBUTION is made in the following manner:
CERTIFICATES naming each article and ita Villi;, are
placed in SEALED ENVELOPES, which are well mixed. One
of these Envelope", containing the Certificate or Order for
some Article, will be delivered at onr office, or sent by mail to
any address, without regard to choice, on receipt of 25 cents.
On receiving the CertiBcate the purchaser will see what Ar
ticle it draws, and its value, and can then send ONE. DOLLAR
and receive ibe Article named, or can choose j.ny other one
Article on our List of the same value.
f3ff lnrchaser3 of our SKALED ENVELOPES, ma y, in this
manner, obtain an Article W'of.th fbom Ose to F;v Hcsdbeb
FOK OIVE DOLLA1R
which they need not pay until it is known what is dr awn and
its value. Entire Satisfaction Guaranteed in all Case a.
THE EUREKA GUT ASSOCIATION
would call attention to the fact of its being; the Origiiral and
Largest trift Association in the country. We are there) ore en
abled to send Fixkb Goods, and give better chances to obtain
th ;tor valuable prims, than any other establishment of the
kind. The business continues to be conducted in t. faiir and
honorble manner, and a large and greatly increasing tr ade is
proof that our patrons appreciate this method of obfc lining
rich and elegant goods.
During the past year this Association has sent a very large
number of aluable priies to all parts of the con n try. Those
who patronize us will receive the full value of their mitaey.
as no article 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 following parties have recently drawn valuable priz.es
from the L'ureka Association and have kindly allowed the use
of their names, many other names mibt be published were we
Andrew Wilson. Custom House, Philadelphia, I'enn.i Oil
Painting, value, 1 100; James Har-raves, s21 Broadway Nav
York, uil Painting, value, $100 ; t. F. Jones, Barrett, Marshall
coanty, Kansas, Melodon, value, f'jKi; Patrick J. Byrnes,
Wterbury,Ct.,Gold Watch, value, 12o; J.F. Shaw, 224 Kast
24th Street, New York, Piano, value, Mrs. Chas. J. Ne
vis, Klmira, N. Y Piano, value, t3uo ; Miss Lucy Jancway, 1-mira-.
Y., Cluster Diamond Ring, value, 200 ; Mrs. K. Pen
noycr. City Hotel, Nashville, Tenn., Melodeon, value, 1125;
Oscar M. Allen, Co. B, Uli Reg. Ind. Vols., Nashville, Tenn.,
Watch, value, too; Rowlands. Patterson, Co. D, 10th Iowa
Vet. Volunteers, Uil Painting, value, tl'JO ; Mrs. Abbey J. Par- j
sons, Springfield, Mass., Melodeon, value, tl.'iO; James L. Dex
ter, Cuy Surveyor, Syracuse, N. Y., Gold Watch, value, 160 ; j
Mrs. James Ely, 17? Woostcr St., cor. Dleeker, N. Y., Oil t-aiot-ini,
value, tk-J ; Mrs. J. C. Coles, Grand Rapids, Michigan,
Silver Castor, value, tlJ; Dr. J. Sinclair. No. A Main St., Utica,
N. Y-, Framed Engraving, value, t-J ; Hon. Lather Detmold,
Washington, D. C, Oil Painting, value, J10". I
Letters from various parties throughout the country ac
knowledging the receipt of very valuable gifts, may be seen on
file at our office.
To be Sold for One Dollar Each,
Without re jard to caiac, and net tolc paid for rtntil yo&
know tchat you iciU rcceii e. rCB
50 Elegant Rosewood l'iauus, worth
from S2iO.UU to 500.00
W. W. WOODKTJFFS
SIGN OF THE BLUE PLOW,
Centre Store, Coffin Block,
rjAS JUST OPENED A NEW STOCK OF HARD-
UL WARE, censisting of
AGRICULTURAL IJ&LEMENTS, Ac.
ALL SIZES OF
7 ly 9 to IS by 21.
will be supplied with
AND ALL IMPLEMENTS
in their line at manufacturer's price;.
I have just received a large stock of
Which I will sell ut manufacturers prices, compris
ing the following valuable machines
Buckeye Mower and Reaper Com
bined, Buckeye Mower Senior,
Buckeye Mower Junior,
"Victor" Cane Mills, 2 sizes,
Cook's Copper Evaporator,
Western Corn Sheller, 2 sizes,
Sanford's Straw Cutter,
Kentncky Cider Mills.
The farmers of East Teancssee are offered a new
opportunity to obtain these machines at less price
than thev can be furnished next season, as the Gov
ernment'give FREE TRANSPORTATION.
FIVE BAlillELS COAL OIL
in storo and for sale, at wholesale and retail.
Black Snake Grass Scythes,
Dutch Grass Scythes.
Patent Snaths and Cradles
STEEL PLOWS & CULTIVATORS.
K1XMLE CAST PLOWS.
OLD TIME PRICES.
Three Horse, -Two
These Plows are made in Ivnoxville, and
Points or Mould-Boards can be had at any
000 pounds CASTINGS, consisting
fENS, BAKERS, POTS, Sc
at Wholesale and ketail.
200 bags of SHOT, at Cincinnati prices.
of every description.
WOODEN" WARE, &c., Sc., kc.
HUBS, SHAFTS, FELLOES,
SPO KES, AND
Buggy and Wagon Tire Iron.
COOLERS HOOP IRON.
(' Melodeon?, Rosewood Cases
1U0 Fine Oil Paintings
100 (Jold Hunting Case Watches
150 Diamond Rins....
250 Ladies' (Jold Watches
loO Silver Watches
200 Fine Steel Engravings, Framed..
100 Music Boxes
100 Silver Revolving P.tent Castyrs
100 Silver Fruit and Cake Baskets...
oOO Sets Silver Tea and Table Spoons
2,500 Vest and Xeek Chains
2,500 Ladies' Silver Fort Monnics
3,000 Silver Butter Knives......
2,000 Pairs Ear Ring, (new stvlcs)
3,000 Gold Pencils aud Tooth "picks...
3,000 Onyx, and Amethyst Brooches...
3,000 Lava and Florentine Brooches
1,000 Masonio Pins
2,000 Fine Gold Watch Keys '."
D.vvv vuuuren a -vrzuieu 2.50 to
2,500 Sets of Bosom Studs 1.50 to
z,auu nawcicd sleeve Buttons
10,000 Plain Gold and Cha;ed Rings..
5.000 Stone Set aud Seal Rings
5,000 Loc Vets, all sites
10,000 Sets of Ladies' Jewelry
4.000 Watch Chaniii (eael
5,000 (ioid Pens, Silver Fx. Cases
6,040 Gent's Breast aud Scarf Pins
2.000 Ladies' Xcw St vie Belt Buckles..,
2,000 Chatolinc and Guard Chains
1,000 Gold Thimbles ,
2.000 Sets Ladies' Jet and Gold
10.000 Gold Crowes
6.000 Oval Baud B ateieis
4,000 Chased Bracelets...
125.00 to 225.00
25.00 to 100.00
75.00 to 150.00-
60.00 to 200.00-
60.00 to S5.00-
Horse an d Mule Shoes
Can be furnished cheaper than you can buy
iron to make them.
2 50 to
2,000 B11 Eardrops, alt colors 3.00 to
5,000 Fine Gold Pens 2.00 to
2.0U0 Sea- S'yle Jet and Gold Eardrops 3.00 to
j.6i Ne Style Long Crystal Eardrops 4.06 to
2,000 Gold Pens 3.08 to
POWDER. CAPS, SHOT,
"Wholesale and Hetail.
I am Agent for
Wnich -w ill be supplied to Merhanti at
Actual Cost !
Remember the place,
Centre Store, Coffin Block.
Theodore Tilton -writes of a recent vis
it to Washington : One of the leaders of
the Democrats Bide of the lower House said
to me frankly 'Ihave never witnessed so
much ability and integrity in any part of any
Congress as on the present Republican side.'
I happened to say to ChicfjMt.ee Chase j
i. P""1' wrraen. letters mould be
addreaMd to th Managim aa foUowi :
...Cl r V S Wine -n,.,!
BTA CHANCE TO OBTAIN AXY Of THE
4KOVF. Am I M I.i; for 0E DOLLAR KV
PtKtHlitl.Xi A MOALED ENVELOPE FOK
25 ( rnl.
Pi Sealed Envelopes will be sent for 1 ; Eleven for
3 ; Thirty tor 5 ; 8nt-fi for 10 : One Hundred for $15.
AOENTS WANTED EVERY WHERE.
Onr patrons are desired to tend United States money when
bmr ieieri are nnneeeaiarv.
'No Coneress ever more signally received
tbe approval of the pople.VTo which be
NEW GUN STORE.
WE AEE NOW KECEITrXG A LARGE
Shot and Gaps, '
of all sizes,
Game Bags, &c .
of tJJ sizes and Prices,
Belts and Holsters,
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
M. p..oH APIN,
Wholesale and Ectail Dealer in
Standard and Miscellaneous School Books,
FOR COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS,
T CAN SUPPLY SCHOOLS AND
X COLLEGES with BOOES of every description at ehort
notice, and on reasonable terms.
All orders accompankd by the catb promptly attended to.
Also dealer in
SLATES AND PENCILS,
In fact everj thing iu tho BOOK aud STATIONERY line.
sep3C-tf 31. I CHAP1X.
HARP OF COLUMBIA.
THIS OLD AXD POPULAR
HAS LATELY BEEN KE-PUBLISH-ED,
and can be had in any quantities of
M. P. CHAPIN.
novii'J.Jt O'ay Street, Kuoxville, Tinu.
REAL ESTATE AGENCIES.
3IABIIV, -1BEUATIIY A, CO.,
JJEAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Office, Gay St., two djurs Smith oj the Lamar House.
I'luclwi-c und Soli Real Estate, Collect Rents, lease Farms,
and sive prompt attention to perfecting negotiations.
COCKEILL & SEYMOUR,
Real Estate Brokers,
4 TTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE
II und Exchange of Eeal Estate. Have
constantly on hand for sale, valuable Farm
ing, Mining, Timber and Grazing Lands
in aUcovnti.es in East Tennessee.
We also havo for sale Mills, Water Pow
ers and Sites lor Manufactories, Town and
Persons wishing us to negotiate for the
Sale of their Lands or Property,'' should
apply promptly 03 letter or in person.
Lands in East Tennessee exchanged for
Northern and Western Lands.
Titles examined, and all business connec
ted with the transfer of lieal Estate, prompt
ly attended to.
Full particulars and descriptions of any
Lands in East Tennessee gratuitously given.
Office over Exchango and Deposit Bank,
corner of Main and Gay Streets, Ivnoxville,
HENRY C. WHITNEY & CO.,
Eeal Estate Brokers,
NASHVILLE, TENN. '
I'arlicuiaraitaition given to the salvor' lands j
in East Tennessee to parties from the 2forth :
ern States. All persons owning Eeal Estate j
and desiring to make early sales are invited to j
communicate vifh this nfficc. snulina full dc- I
scription, lowest price and best terms. Char
ges moderate, and no charge unless sale be
effected. We are desiriovs to open correspon
dence with, and secure the co-operation of Eeal
Estate Agents throughout East Tennessee.
Mineral Lands and large tracts of Cheap
Lands wanted for Colonist-:
Itrrrus to flov. Brownlow. noNiitf
OWNERS OF IMPROVED FARMS
Desirous to sell the same, arc invited to send
full description, lowed price, and best terms,
together with authority to sell the same to this
ONE HUNDRED FARMS WASTED
for Northern Emmigrants I !
Parties having clligablellill Sites to dispose
of, are likewise requested to confer with vs.
No charge for services unless sale be effected.
HENRY C. WHITNEY & CO.,
Tlral Estate Agents, Nashville, Tenn.
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sex, whether arisiog from habits of dissipation, imprudence in
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lions, procure the remedy at once.
The reader must be nw-re that however slight may be the
,1'tack of the above diseases, it is certain to affect his Jicdily
Health, Jlfiiital Poicer and tuppinexs.
All the above diseases require the aid of a diuretic.
HELMBOLD'S EXTBACT BUCHU
Is the Great Diuretic.
HELMBOLDS HIGHLY CONCENTRATED
Compound Fluid Extract Sarsapariila,
For purifying the blood, removing all chronic constitutional
diseases, arising from an impure state of the blood, and th
only reliable and effectual known remedy for the cure of Scro
'ula Scald Dead. Salt Rhrum, Paint and Scellii gof the Bones,
Ulceration of the Throat and Ltjrs, Blotches, Pimples on trie
Puce, Tetter, Erysipelas, and all scaly eruptions of the tkin,
AND BEACTIFYINU THE COMPLEXION.
Not a few of the worst disorders that affect mankind arise
from the corruption that accumulates in the Mood Of all the
discoveries that have been made to purge i' out, none can
qual in eff-ct Hklmbold's CoMPorsn txTR.cr OF fiBAiriRiLH
It coarsen and reuovatrs the blood, tos ills ihf vigor ot henh
into the system, and purges out the humois which make dis
rare It stimulates ihe liealthy (nuctions of the body, and ex
pells tht disorder that grow and rankle in the blood. Su l
a remedy that could be relied on, hai long been sought for.
aud now, for the 61st time, the public have one on which hc.v
can depend Our t-pacr here does not admit of certificates !
fhow its , fleets, hut the trial of a ting e bottle will show the
nit k that it has virtues surpassing aLytliing they have ever
Two ta lepoouful of the Extract of Sarpapa-illa adJcd to a
pint of water is e'lual to the Lisbon Diet Drink, and one bottle
is fully equil to a gallon ot the Sjrup of Sarsapariila, or the
decoctions as usually made.
PHYSICIANS, PLEASE NOTICE.
We mike no secret of th ingredients. IIELHBOLD'S
FLV1D EXTRACT B'CCIW is composed of Bu. hu. Cuieb
aud Juniper B. men, selert. d wi'h g eat cure, and prepared i '
vacuo by T IIELMBOLD, enwgut and CMrmist of six
teen years elpei ience in the rnj ol Philadelphia
THE-E rXTRACT? HAVE 1 EES ADVITIrD TO USE 1
THE CMTEK STATE? A KMV aid re elso in v ry gene- al
n-e in h he State U SPITAl S ami I UriLIC SANITARY IN
STITUTIOS throughout the land. s well as in private prac
tices, and are cousidei ed as tbValu ble remedies.
Sec Medical Properties of the Buchu,
FROM DISTEN'SAR Y OF THE UNITED STATES.
See Professor Dewee's valuable works on the Practice o
fee remarks made by t!:e late celebrated Dr. I'hy3ic, of Phil
adelphia. See remarks made by Dr. Ephraim McDowell, a celebrated
Pnysician and member of the Koyal College of Surgeons, Ire
land, and published in the Ti ansactions of the King and
See Medico Chirurgical R view, published by Benjamin Tra
vers. Fellow of Royal College ol Surgeon.
See most of the late Staudard works of Medicine.
S A R 5 A PA RI L L A . " r
Sold by all Drv.ggids.
DRUG AND CHEMICAL WAREHOUSE,
liELiii'or.D's Furu Extract Bccut is pleasant in taste and
odor, free from all injurious properties, and immediate in its
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPA
NY'S THBOUGH LINE TO CALI
FORNIA. Touching at Mexican Ports, and carrying
the United States Mail.
Through in Ucenty-lwo days. -
SlEA'llllI'. OX mi: C'.'NNFCTINU UN IlIK l'A'.lUC
ATI ANTIC : WITH Tlir.
II EX R Y (J 11 A l x C h Y CONSTITUTION.
NliW YORK GOLDEN CITY.
OCEAN QUEEN, SACRAMENTO.
NORTHERN LIU11T, OOLDDEN AGE.
COSTA RICA, .MONTANA.
ONE OF THE ABOVE LARGE A27D
splendid Steamships will leave Tier No. 12, North Kivcr,
foot of Canal street, at 111 o'clock noon, on the 1st. Uth
and 21st of every month, (except when those dates fall on
Sunday, and then on tho preceding Saturday,) for ASPIN
WALL, connecting via Panama liailwuy, with one of tbe
ouipauy's Steamships from Panama for SAN FRANCISCO
touching at ACAPULCO.
Departures of tho 1st and 21st commi t at Panama with
Steamers for SOUTH PACIFIC and CENTRAL AMERICAN
PORTS'. Those of 1st touch at MANZAMLLO.
A discount of ONE QUARTER from stoamers' rates allowed
to second cabin and steerage passengers with families. Alio,
an allowance of ONE QUARTER on through rates to clergy
men and their families, aud school teachers; soldiers baring
honorable discharges, HALF FARE.
One Hundred Founds Baggage allowed each adult. Baggage
masters accompany baggage through, and attend t'j ladies and
children without male protectors. Baggage received on tho
dock the day before sailing, from steamboats, railroads and
passengers who prefer to send down early.
An experienced surgeon on board. Mediciueaud attendance
For passage Tickets or further information, apply at tbo
Company's ti'-kot cBico on the Wharf. FOOT OK CANAL
STREET, NORTH RIVER NEW YORK.
aprll3m F. W. G. BELLOWS, Agent.
JOS. It. SUTttii&L. JSO. B. BRASSKK. C1IAS. H. M'GHEE.
t JOS. E. MITCHELL & CO.,
Deal ia Bank Notes, Gold, Silver, and Government Vouchers.
Collections) iu part of Eatt Teiiuessee
promptly attended to.
Helm hold's Exieai r Btcitu (.-ives health aul vigor to the
frame aud bloom to the pallid cheek. Dcbiiity is accompa
nied by many alarmir g svmptcms, and if no treatment is sub
mitted to, consumption, insanity cr epileptic fits ensue.
For non-retention or incentinuencc of urine, irritation, in
flammation or ulceration cf the bladder or kidneys, diseases
of the prostate gland, stone in the bladder, calrulus, gravel or
brick-dust deposit, and all diseases of tlie bladder, kitineys,
and dropsical swellings,
1-sK UrutBoi.ii'i Fluid Fxtkact Brtm.
A Rfciur and Coslisive Te-r of the properties of I1rik
BOLD'i Fluid Extract Bicar will be a comparison with thuse
Set forth in the United Stales Dispensatory.
Esi EEBLtD asd DiXitArE CcxSTiTLTioNS, of both sexes, use
Hllmbold's Kitkaci ucchu It will give brisk and energetic
feelings and enable you 'O sleep veil.
Take no Mure unpleasant and unsafe Remedies for unpleas
ant and dangernui d'eises. LVe IIelmOjLD'o ExteaCT BrcHU
and Improved Ross Wash.
Tut; Oloht of Mas id SrKKSoTU. Therefore, the nervous and
i debilitated should immediately use liruiBOLD's Extbact Bccnr.
MAsnooD ASD Toltufi'L Viooa are regained Ly Helmbold's
First National Bank, Cowan A Dickinson, Col. John Williams,
A. G. Jackson. Kuoxville.
Park Bank. John Parker, (Cashier Phccnix Bank.) Lawrence,
Baldwin 4 Co., (No. 70 Wall St.,) Alexia Bragg, New York
George W. Howard, Wilson a Burns, Baltimore.
Chambers, Stevens k Co., R. M Pomeroy, Cincinnati.
. jaly 19 6m
Bank Notes, Stocks, &c.
E PURCHASE AXD SELL
United States Stocks,
County and City " ,
East Tennessee and Virgiuia Kailroa-l Coupons,
East Tennessee and Georgia " "
Specie. nor.-Jtf JOS. K. MITCHELL k CO.
TVEPOSITOES AND OTHERS ILiV-
j TNG claims against the Branch of the Union Bank at
Kuoxville, Tenn., will please present the same ta the nndcr
signed immediately for adjustment. JOnN J. CRAIG,
Investments in Hew Tork.
SBTTEitED CoXiTiltllOSa ResTonED uy IIlx.mbolu'j Fxtb ct
Helme' Ld'j EsiRAcr Bicbl and Iufkoved Bosk Wash cures
Secret and delieair di.-tiruers. in all their nag.s, at little ex
pense, little or no change in diet, no inconvenience, aad no
exposure. It is pleasan in taste and odor, immeaiate in Its
actio J, and free from all injurious properties.
HALMBOLD'S CONCENTRATED EXTRA T BUCHU
Ii the Great Dili' tlie.
ULLMBOLU'a CONCENTBATED EXTRACT SAB3AFAKILLA
Is the Great Blood Pu ifier
Both are prepared according to the rules of Pharmacy and
Chemistry, and are the most active that can be mide.
Cincinnati Paper Warehouse.
.Manufacturers aud AVholcalc
77 and 7'J "Walnut St.. Cincinnati.
EEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
Ruled Can, Letter and Note Tuners. Printers' Flat Cars,
Folios, Plain Letter and "to Puper", Koyal Medium aud
Demy Writing papers.
Sole Agents for the celebrated
IVANH0E MILLS WEITING PAPERS ;
Also Manufacturers of
BOOK AND NEWS PAPERS,
Also ou hand, Grocers' Wrapping Tapers, Manilla Papers for
Druggists and Dry Goodt use, and a complete Stork of
Lralhrr and Bii.dt-rs,' I ul.
Binders Fitteil ut Complete, in T.xils and Materials'.
Orders by Mail promptly tilled. marchll im
4 ! 9 41 ! '4
XII E PEOPLE'S FKIEND.
Family 3Iedicixe of the Age.
'PA KEN INTERNALLY, IT CURES
X Sudden Colds, Coughs, Ac, Weak Stomach, General De
bility, Nursing Sore Mouth, Canker, Liver Complaint, Dys
pepsia or Indigestion, Cramp aud Pain in Stomach, Bowel
Complaint, Painter" Celir, Asiatic Cholera, Diarrhea nnd
APPLIED EXTERNALLY, CCRES
Folous, Boils, and Old Sore, Severe Burns and Scald", Cutx,
nruisies and Sprains, Swelling of the Joints, Ringworm anil
Tetter, Broken Breasts, Krosted Feet aud Chilblains, Toeth
ach, Pain iu tbe Face, Neuralgia aud Rheumatism.
It is a sure remedy for Ague and Cuit.ls and Ftvrn.
Taken intcrually, should be adulterated with milk or water,
or made into a syrup with nioiassrs. For a Cough, a few
drops on sugar eaten will b more effective than any thingelse.
See Printed Directions ichich accompaiiy each bottle.
BEWARE OF ALL IMITATIONS.
The Pain Killer is sold by all rop' ctabl Druggists through
out the United States and iu Foreign Countries.
Prices 2-3 cents, 50 cents ami $1 per bottle.
J. X. TJASRIS Je CO., Cincinnati, O.
Proprietors tor the Southern and Weatern Mates.
SuM Wholesale and Retail by Berry, Demorille & Wharton,
X.tshville, K. Wehler ,t Co., Louisrill-. feb 21-3m.
ALLEN'S LUNG BALSAM,
The Great Kerne ly for the Cnieof
AND ALL DISEASES OF THE I.UXiiS.
rriIE RESULT OF ITS USE IS A
A proof of its great value. Tin- extraordinary healing
properties of this remedy are experienced by all those who
have used it. Their testimony ill be lound in a pamphlet,
whieh can be hail of the agents w here tlie medicine is for sale
Colons and Culd, however distressing, are broken up in
an incredible short time, by causing a epecitir influence on
the Luugs, so that the matter and phlegm are easily expecto
rated. Aur.N's Lt B.tt.s n Cfiutains no opium in auy form. It
is perfectly harmless for the most delicate child.
Consumptives w ould do well to read his Treatise upon Dis
IM;" It is a iro.nl reuiedv. Try it. For sale by the Proprie
tors. .1. X. HARRIS Jt CO., Cincinnati. .
Price 41 per bottle.
SOItt BY A L!. VtDI'MNE DrAlEKS.
Erviti & Pendleton, Xashviile, lt. S. Robiusou .V Co., Lou
Horse m Cattle
nis animal, such as LLNG F
WATER, 11 EAVES.COUGHS,
DleTEM per, fevers,
IMCNDEUS, LO.-3 F V
PtTHK AND VITAL F.X
ERiY,ac. I:s use improves
He nind, increases theappe
ire giV'.s a smooth r.d
n!us.-yskin aad transit ut
rie miserable skeleton in't
. noe lurking hc-1 spirited
This preparation, long an"
favorably known, will thor
mi-lily reinvigorate broken
dowri and luw-apirited horset
by strengthening aud cleans
ing the stomach and intes
It is a sure preventativ
of all diseases incident l
EVfcR, GLANDERS, YtLLOW
To keepers of Cows tTiis preparation is invaluable. It in
creases the quantity and in
proves tbe quality of th
milk. It has been proven b.v
actual experiment to increasi
the quantity of milk and
cream twenty per cent, ami
makes the butter firm ano
sweet. In fattening cattle
it gives them an appetite
!o"sens t eir hide, and makes
cticin hive much la.uer.
- 9 m ----- At -- a
Ia ail diseases o' S vine, such as Coughs, Ulcers in the Lungs
Liver, Ac, this article acts
M speciCc. By putting
from one-half a paper to a
paper in a barrel of swill
the above diseases will b-j
eradicated or entirely pre-v-nted.
If given in time, a
certain preventive and euro f r the Hog Cholera.
Prico 25 Costs par Paper, or 5 Papers for $1.
.V. FOUTZ BRO.,
WHOLES HE lnr A0 UEUiriVE DEPOT,
No. 116 Franklin St., Ealtimore, Mi
For sale by Chamberlain Brothers, Knoxville, Tenn
and by Druggists and Storekeepers throughout the United
DOCTOK H IIITTIER,
A RK(iULARLY BRED 'PHYSICIAN,
X as his Diploma which hanns in bis office, will show, has
made t'hnmie DiV'tvs th' itmhj ef his h'iV, 'ind has a I'niou-wiii.
repntation, having been byinj-r looted m Sf. hov'i thnnanyother
Chronic Disease Physician.
Muehof bis practice has I"pu of a private tiatttr. 'iihilit,
(ioiiorrh.-a, UUit, &riet'rr, all IVtiiary iwtus".'j, Sypktlitir -rr Mer
curial .1 jf-jen'uiM if th-: Tltroitf, Skin, vr iione ; Orchttu. iirrv 01
Ruptre ; also, tiie effects of a Solitary Habit, ruinous to Body
and Mind, produciug 6efcie-, thhdttij, tiiipoteary, du-:tHs, dim
lf&s of si'jht, conjHtion of it.ts, ctdf mho-hug, cei-io f- -ic1'j.
l"V of taeiitory. iccutuess, ,tc. ; not alt of these in any vite case,
but nil occurring frequently in various rases.
fci Accommodations ample, charges moderate, cures guar
anteed. Consultations by letter or at olhce, re;. Most cases
cau be vritpcrfy trwb'-l tcitltixitan intcrrkr, and medicines -ecur
from observation, sent by mail or e.pres. Xo liindraucc to
business in most cases.
Address Box .MM, St. Lt'Ui-, Mo.
Hours S A. M. to s P. .M. vjio: i rmauently located at
Xo. bo St. Charles street, between Sixth ;rtid Seventh, one
square south of Lindrll Hotel, a retired spot in the centre o
Consultation rjoi.i, am! rooitM fr the w.-jiiittwArt' ?t -!th jmi.
tieit't t5 rvqvire tljiil'j I'.rf-ital attcittfjii.
Can get, in a sealed b tter envelope, my T"iory. .-ep.'o.nao.u
Treatment f Screw, Vriwirrj "vd Se.ifil Oisvitcs, rl-urh lzl-;tat-my
all the dtsntsetl cowfie, with lull Symptom Lis's, for two
three-cent postage stamps to prepay postage. Circular foi
Ladies, relating to Litem- s f i6-Tfy, ?lri'trnatv-i and Preg
nancy, ac. aprl-ly
D.I.MEL T. BOYXTO.X,
pUVSIClAN AND SURGEON,
Can bt found at the resilience of Gov. Browjlow when
not professionally absent. Orders can be left at Chamber
laiu's Drug Store. feb l ilf.
B. TADLOCK, M. D.,
jani'ltt KnoWilll, Ti..nn.
DR. A. B TADLO'JK,
URGEON AND PHYSICIAN.
KJ Orncc Gay stre':t, tlireo doors South of Main street,
janlOtf KSOXVULF, TESS.
JjR. FRANK A. RAMSEY,
(Late of Kuoxville,)
No. 5 Adams Street,
VI' E ARE NOW READY TO MAN U-
Macliinei-y uutl Ousting!-
Of various kiudt .
PAPER AND RAGS.
HAZEN & SON HAVE THEIR PAPER
MILL now in complete operation. Printing and
Wrapping Papr furnished in any quantities required. Will
pay in cash the highest price for clean cotton and linen Bags.
JOIIX L.. IIIDIIIUIG,
ROCER, PRODUCE AND C03IMIS-
.fcc, itc, iic,
GROCERIES AND COMMISSION.
AV, I. AVILSOIV & CO-.
North-east Corner of Gay and Church Streets,
BEG LEAVE TO INFORM. THE PEO
PLE of Knoxvillo, and East Tenarw g-ncrally that
they hav just received a Urge and well asaorW Stock Jf Jta
plxand Family Grocertes, Liquors, Tobacco, Cigars, e., whieh
will be sold at greatly reduced price. The bent brand of Old
Ohio Wheat F amily Flonr, constantly on hand. Country Mer
chant will And it to their interest to call and xamine onr
stock and price before purchasing elsewhere.
Remember the place, corner of Gay and Church Streets,
(Coffin Block.) Kuoxville, Tenn.
octJtf W. P. WILSON A CO.
W. H. LILLARD,
Wholesale and Retail Grocer,
CLOVER SEED, TIMOTHY SEED,
BLUE GRASS SEED,
And all kinds ef
West side (Jay Str-et, between Cumberland and Church,
. POWELL,, GREEL &. CO.,
COL11BLS FOWrll., I. p. CKEE.1, CB1S. M. a VBBC,
Late of Late of Of
Knoxville, Tent.. Nashville, Tenn. Eat Tennessee.
No. 3t$ JBroatl Street,
REFERRING YOU TO THE ABOVE
card, we bc U .it to inform you, that w have wtab
hshel onrselves iu this city in business, aud are fully prepr d
to extend to our patrons the ordinary facilities nxiuired aud
respectfully solicit a share of your business. We do not pro
pose to contine ourselves to any "peciality, and will purchase
Jotton, Tobacco and Produce Generally
also. Gold, Stocks, Bonds and Government Securities rjrcicrw
n Commission. Kpeetrully Your,
C. POWLLL, tillttN a CO.
Augusta Chronicle and Sentinel and Jonesburouicli I'm ii
'la copy. non'JOtf
1Z. ti. IVCiE,
No. 47, North Side of Public Square.
Forwarding, Storage & Commission
Consignments Respectfully Solicited.
HnrturNCEs. Bvt. Brig. Gen. Parkhurst, P.M. G Mil. Civ.
renu., Lieut-L'ol. A. Von Sschrader, Inspection General, JJil.
Div. Tenn., Major B. F. Fifield, Serial A;ent Adam Exprni
-ompany, Joel lavis, (firm Davis A i'lyuu.) Ii. W. Fall Co.,
V. A. Breast, II. C. Jackson, Cameron, Crier A Co., W. 11.
AND COMMISSION MEKtHANT,
1'. Main street, between Fifth and sixth,
Cou-isuuicnts Solicit J. ianlTtl
M. s'. T:MPt.r.
in. it. rrst i ; .
.!!; . I IN.
TE.lirLi:, Tl'R LEY V FAIX,
j OTTON FACTORS, RECEIVING,
0 F'iRWARDlNi: AM GEXEB.M. riMMISMN M T 11
Ojo LfAYOSQ BLOCK, MAIX STREET.
Seond Floor, MEMPHIS, TENX.
Consignments ol" Cotton. Tobacco, Flour, Lrd .ind Produce
-etierally solicited. Prompt attention :;ivcu to all orji-r and
uusiness entrusted to our care. mr21-3ra
CARPENTER & MUNSON,
Genernl Claim Vgents,
J. B. CARPENTER,
Late Lieutenant and Adj utant 1st Tennessee Light Artillery,
Lata Lieutenant and Adjutant Sth Tennessee Cavalry.
rOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORil
V tne citizens oi Cast Tennessee that they have opened
o office in
or the purpose of aiijustiug ami collecting all classes of ela.ms
Kninsl trie Uovernmeni for supplies taken and info mal vouc.V
rs given, anil supplies taken aud no receipts given, and for
ervices rendered. Prompt attentioo giveu to selttrmebtl of
ulcers' Accounts. Stoppage ol pay removed, aud certificate
f non-indebtedness obtained lor resingcd omcers.
Reasonable, prices charged.
Vouchers bought or collected at lowest prices.
SC Office 1st door South of Licbauge Back, Gay street.
Cost Offiee Box I8S- KUOlvillr, Itnn.
Ksfekksces lion. W. G. Brownlow, Gen. A.C. Gillem, Col. L.
0. Houk, Capl. McHeish. ep6tf
NATIONAL CLAIM AGENCY.
DIMELS A, K1IEKWOOD,
Military and ATaval Agents,
28 President's Square,
Next door to Oen. Augur's Headquarters,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
WE ARE PROSECUTING CLAIMS
against the United States Govern men t for property ta
iien 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 tbe sicrvire. We also eMma
Pensions, collect B.o k Pay, Bounty and Prise Money. We
require no advance tee, aud make nu charge except we snc
eeed. Local Agents throughout the Country will find It to
their advautage to correspond with us.
J. DANIELS, II. L. SilERMOOlr.
Late Captain I". S V. Lat Q. 31. C. r. V.
Uct KKENets. Hon. Airs. Ramsey, I. S. Senator from Mia ,
Hon. K. K. Fetiton, Governor of New York, Hon. R. V.
Whalry, 31. C. from Western Virginia, 3Ijor-Gneral lepe.
DANIEL AINSWORTH & CO..
tFor oxer lour years connected with the Pay Dept. C S. A )
A.ttorneys ibr Claimants,
ALL luyal cili jens ha iu meritorious rlaim s,;i:ust. th.
Government for prop-rty takan for th-i use vf the Armv,
in find it to their interest to communicate with u-.
All soldiers having pension., bounty or back pay du-, .ill
officers having unsettled arcountx, aud all persons who drew
yeusious priur the rrbellh. will find it to their advantage, to
confer with us. fn all '. re'-- 're ai'ir rnrrtiot " ",
ice Kill gnaruntre jkcc jj.
IttFEiis to His Excellency, Win G.Hr )wnlw. .Tenior of
Teiincce, and to the busiuess men of Nashville. deotf
UNITED STATES CLAIM AGEBCY.
HAVE OPENED A CtAiM Acen-v
OfEce in Wa-lini-to'i, City. D. C, for t'le purpo.; of -ol
lectins all ' laima a unst the GuTerurueut that mav 1; rn
trusted in my care. Anyone wanting me t attend t'j au
busii e-s lor them will please vldrnj me at Wa-binton Cit; .
All bit-in-yss promptly attended f .
W S. CUEATUAM,
l atecd' Nahvillf, Tenn.
liV'rf,e siii., ; i Ci. lion. Vndrew Johnson,
Presideut of the United state".
N ts-uviLir, Tens. Gov. V. C. FJroTnlow, 3Ia.i. t,en. G"-.
II. Thomas, Un?. Gen. Wm. l. Whipple, Brig. On. Ii. W.
Johnson, Brevet I"tri'-. Gen. Clinton!!. Kisk, Bri'. .en. .1. 1 .
Donaldson, Hon. John Hugh fmirh, Hon. .1. r'o!cr, Hon.
John Trimble, Hon. Edward H. East, i. K Kiiowles, A. B.
Shanklaud, '.'buries Bosle.v, Powhat'au Bowlms, Proles-s r
W. K. Bowling, Professor L. R. Jenniu;-1, f.C. 3Iercer, Hon.
John Bell, Francis B. Fog, rcber, Ch-atham .t Co., El-'
Governor Seal S Brown.
Iw Njrou, In. 'JoTcru-'r Jlor'ou.
KovttLF., Tens. Editors Kuosville hi. inarll '-m
DEVOU & COMPANY,
Wholesale Dealers is
CLOAKS i,vl TRWMtyt;.
ts, f:ini,l'f,etne..K- ..T I
Cloaks and Mantillas,
si: and SI Pr.vRL Strckt.
G ASPEB, QCA1FE i; CO.
SOTJTHESU EXPRESS C0MPAHY.
TIME TABLE. i
EXPRESS MATTER RECEIVED and I
dispatched from the ofnee of the Company in Knoxville. I
Leaves daily for the South and West, via Chattanooga, at '
11: A. V .
FASHIONABLE MILLINERY !
J. A. HENDEESOX & CO.,
No. 18 "West Pourth Street,
KEEPS THE LARGEST AND BEST