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KIOXTILLE, TEM, WEDNESDAY, MAT- 16, 1866. ;,
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THE KIOXVILLE AVHIG.
Knoxville, Tenn., May 16, 1866.
Admitting the Southern States.
The reconstructed rebels and Northern Demo
crats are very anxious that the eleven seceded States
should be at once represented in Congress. If thev
were, they would have 22 Senators and 84 Represen
tatives thus enabling one-seventh of the population
of the United State to control onc-thinl of iU leg
islative powers, as before the rebellion, and this con
trol would be used fr the destruction of the Gov
ernment. These States only come back to the doors
of the old Union, knocking for admittance, after
they had bten soundly thrashed. They are not even
professing to be in favor of the Union. If they
could, they boldly avow that they would revive the
exploded Confederacy at once they would provoke
s war with England or France, hoping thereby to
secure their independence. They have no regrets
- ' - nil lot UCU !
lor having brought on the rebellion, and sav thev I -V10- tax i: -x, collector s fee 1 oo, clerk s fro 1 so, printer
, ... . ... 1 J I f.-e 1 '.0. Total l'.U Jl
wouia ao me same ming over, under UKe circum
stances. They are, in a word, more malicious now
than they were at the time of Lee's surrender, and
as .malevolent and disloyal as they were in 1801.
This is especially so of the leaders and politicians.
They were four dreadful years afloat upon the angry
tea of rebellion. Working likn niratAa l.i Aontm-v tio
cv: .f c. 3 -e t. , ,, , . I 2 Lots listed to Lyous and Kmsey, Trnstees. in Jd district
Ship of State, and if the present Congress does its in ishieidetown, value for iswj.ouo, county Tax i 02, coiiecl
i,f tk. 1 t, -1 . , I tor's fee 1 00. clerk's fee 1 DO. nrinter's fee 1 M t7.i .-. i
--v - -uu luu vuiitry, lUtj w.u noiu 3u0 Acres listed to J 6 Scott, in d district, adjoiuing the
them at quarantine for at least four years more, or I 'nd" of Jo,,B Smith and others, value for iso4, 3,1100, county
untnthey send up to Waehington men who can value 3,50.1, tax w ziyt, cWtor f'.e i 7erk WeV i so'
primer lee 1 w. lotiil 510 17
&1 Acres of land liBtcd in the uanie of W B Franciaco in
M district, adjoiuing the lands of W'm M Coke and others' and
being a part of lbs John Coke farm, value forlSe4,7 OWt conn
ty tax 33 35, value for 1M5, 7,o, tHX 5J !K). collector's fee 1 00
clerk' feel 60, printer's lee I 30. Total 32 25 '
Ksrifltr PnDlicf umca, aajoinine the oroDertv ef thm tun
House, vaiaed at 2,600 00, tax 18 87V, collectort fee 1 00.
Clers s w, F1 1 j ov. loial L Vly.
1 Lot listed to Hiram Woods, in 1st district, on Water gtreet
adjoining the property formerly owned by jonn J yXu
for 184, county tax i 02 W. valne for 18GS tmo) t..
3 T74. collector's fee 1 00. clerk'. l
ca en ' " r"--" .
. J : , ,nec 10 T Atk'". Agent for Briram, in 2d dis-
i L'i ? low, i.uuo oo, tax 5 05, collecter s fee 100.
clerk s fee 1 SO. Drrnter's fa 1 Vl Tnt.l nr. '
i LoU lntd to Jos Davenport in 2 district in Sneed, Kinr A
to i Addition to Knoxville, No 37, 137, value 400 00, for 1864
tax 2 02, value for 1, 000, tax i M, collector's fee 1 OO.clerk't
fr l 60, printer's 1 50. Total $10 66
130 Acres listed tn Dictum, In .M H;L t-;f
- v umiiiiu umr, tiivs ior ioo, ,(wu, county
tsx 20 20, value for lfo5, 3,000, tax 22 65, collector's fee 1 00.
clerk i fee 1 60, printer's 1 50. J44 S
3 Acres or lots Knoxville hum Mm rv, ; j .is.,.:.. ,
I for.lh4- toanty tax 100 01, -valne for 1MS, 18,000, tax
Id., yo, collector s feel OO rkrl'. r.. 1 r,. V. . ...
Total 250 90. ..ur
4 Lots listed ta J W l.eirein i-: :. n- u.
1 ... x i l . . , " p'-, ij ,up in cu.e.u!uiwn,
r,o, bVl,W? Jax m TnIne for .. 02. co
T ' ' 1 (l0' cl"rk " fec 1 H Printer s fee 1 5a ToUl
-1- A0TrH list. -J FUth At.rw.1. ;n '-.I J:...:n4 - J:
Hit lftllrl (if InaorX f: - I . L W. . .
O.MJO tax 49 07H, collector s f. 1 ., clerk', fee I 50, prin
ter fee 1 60. ToUl 3 WW F
JXt Acres listed to Vm M Coke, in 3d district, lyinr on the
01 "olston Kiver, adjoining the lands of John
rJ." ,. r "' Wm trancis:0 an other, valno 7,020, tax
riM1? "lor " " rl,"rk"5 fef 1 &). printer' 1 50. To
2 Acres Halt rl in iho nutna ..t k.i
W7 ,n 14tn "i'ltrict, adjoining the lands of Richard
Jveyniu, Demsey Johnson snd other-, value for 1804, 3,000,
county tax 15 15, value for lt5, 3,0ij, tax 22 65. collector's
' r,erk 1 M' Printer' fte 1 50. Total t J
1.0 Acres listed in the im-rto T? f: -ftff TV r;nM I
- - v i . ' mut, iu mi
district adjoining the lands of AW Armstrong, Perry Smith and
otherf, value 3,000, tax 22 C5, collector's fec 1 00, clerk fee
1 50, printer's fee 1 trK Total 2'j 65.
i 400 Acre listed to V. m U Tnrley, in 3d district, Ivingonthe
m r,u, o. nuuwn mver, ana adjoining tbe lands ol Tho
Smith and other. value,2U0, tax 9 49, collector's fee 1 00,
eierk Ice 1 50, printer fee 1 50. Total J73 46
150 Acre listed to the Heir's of Wm Hwn in 1.1 ,ir.tt
joining me lands of Adam Jailler, Robert Johnson, value 1,200,
ax v u... collector s fee 1 0, clerk s foe 1 W, printer' fee 1 50
10J Acres listed t.i Kebecea Corr.m's Heirs in the ith
trict, adjoining the lands of M L STvnatt. Fed Torre .n,l
others, value 1,(K0, tax 7 V, collector's fee 1 no, clerk's feel 50
1 Lot listed to 11 D Evans. Trustee, in IhtHi-triet o.. Ma.
ory siroet, value tsx 12 iw, collector's feel 00, clerk's
iee i on, tinnier s I .v. total SIO 0-.
2 Lots listed to W II Uraves, in 1st district, on the Sonth.
eat corner of Main and Prince stre- ts valun 1 VX. .
J HJ-i, collector's fee I 00. ierk's f.je I ,VJ, printer's fee 1 60.
1 Lot listed to Jaue E Ilnmes. iu the Ut ilistrirt r.n th.
ot .iiain street, atrjoimng the property of Charch-
wun b ii'-irn, laiuu i,o tax 1 1 collector s fie 1 on clerk
fee 1 .K, printer' f.-e 1 W. T'jtiil 15 32
1 Lot lifted to A Henley'- Heirs, in 1st district, on the
Southwest corner ol Cnmlwrland and Uenly streets adjoining
John B. Kirardi. value 5.-W, tax .!!) 2C, collector s fee 1 O0,
clerk's f, e I 50, printer's fee 1 Total 13 20
1 lot listed to Knoxville Gass comDanv. in 1st i! ihtrirt .in
Crooked and First .treet, on Holston Kiver, value 10,000, tax
Kt 05, collector's feo 1 0", clerk' fen 1 50, printer's fee 1 50
Total S7 05
1 Lot lited to V C Kaiu, in 1st district, near the Market
Ilonse, known as the Ten Pin Alley, value 1,000, tax 12 08
collector's fee 1 00, clerk's fee 1 60, printer's fee 1 60. Totai
f 10 OS
20 Lots listed to Wm ISwan's Heirs, in 1st district, one lot
on Gay Street, Eait side, adjoining tne store-honse of lira 11c-
t mug, ana Known as tne nam iSell store-honse, all rained at
W. W. WOODKUFF'S
SIGN OF THE BLUE PLOW,
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
HAS JUST OPENED A NEW STOCK OF HARD
WARE, coniigtine of
M. p. cHA-Piisr,
Wholesale and Ketall Deajer in
Standard and Miscellaneous School Books,
FOR COLLEGES AND SJH00LS,
AGRICULTURAL LMI'LEMETS, 4c.
ALL SIZES OF
CAN SUPPLY SCHOOLS -AND
COLLEGES with BOOKS of every description aouttort
notice, and on reasonable term. ' '-.
All orders accompanied by the cash promptly attendej'flia.
Also dealer In
STATIOXERY, PE'S, ' .
SLATES AND PENCILS,
In fact everything in the BOOK and STlTlON'EBY line
sepao-ti at. Y. I'HAFIA.
7 by 9 to IS by 24.
will be supplied with
STRAW t.'t'TT EKS,
AKD ALL IMPLEMENTS
iu their line at iiiaoufauturer's prices.
IMP OF COLUMBIA.
THIS OLH AND POPULAR
HAS LATELY BEEN RE-PUBLISH-ED,
and can be had in any quantities of
M. I'. CHAPIN,
no23-2t Gay etrcct, Knoxville, Tcun.
1 have juit received a large stock of
REAL ESTATE AGENCIES.
MAURY, A15EUXATIIY V CO.,
JEAL ESTATE AGENTS.
Office, Gay St- itco dours South vj the Lamar House.
Purchase and 511 Real Estate. Collect Route. Lease K. rins.
and give prompt attention to perfecting negotiations.
4 Lots lietfd to li bm-ed, in 1st district, one lot cn the
cia-ner of Gay and Cumberland streets, known as the Lamar
iioase, one on corner oi tne ucmuerland and Prince streets
tin- late residence of Wni II Sneed, all valued at 63,000, tax
vv vo, collectors I w, rlt-ra s J.-e I 50, printer's fee 1 ..0.
loiai ?-'- to
1 Lot listed to John McCUdlau's Heirs, in 1st district, lying
on Cumberland Street, adjoining Elizabeth MrCampbell, value
for 14, 1,&M, county tax 0G, value for lfcSC l,;oo, tax
a ;, collector's u" 1 0(', clerk's f-. e 1 50, printer's fo. T otal
c i i.
Agricultural Implements EflST TENN LAND AGENCY.
take the required oatb. Tennessee has done that,
an J ihe is the only rebel State that has. In her
delegation there may be one or two exception.
Decision of tbe Supreme Court.
Judges Sam Millioav, Jam is C. Shack ELroKr, fre
J.U Acres listed to elson Mynatt, in 4th district, adioi nine
tbe lands of m bctooler and Preston Mynatt ' Heirs, value
S-.Wi.tikX 18 SIM. collertnr's fnn 1 OO ..,b. i Sl-T.Z
160. Total ttiWX
AND ALVIK HaWKISB.
1 1 axiuasjaa u. niuwiLL, Auorney uenerai ana Kfi-
XARY TARPLEY s. R. P. GAS A WE Y mH WfFE,
and JAMES tlcCULLOUQU, et al.
Thii is a petition for dower by the widow of James
Tarpler. He in hi life time, as guardian of his children,
appropriated certain funds in hi hands in the purchase
of a tract nf land containing 185 acres. A bill was filed
to enforce a resulting trust; a decree was pronounced in
the Chancery Court, and by an appeal taken to this court,
the trust was declared, and tbe cause remanded to the
Chancery Court lor an account, to ascertain the amount
of money of the eomplaintant bad been invested in the
tract of land of 185 acres by the guardian.
Tarpley died, having made and published his last will,
wuic was amy proven, lo this the petitioner dissented.
A suggestion of insolvency was made of the estate.
)n tbe 31st cf may, 1868, James Tarpley, the husband
if petitioner, made and executed a deed of trust to Mc
Ccllough, the defendant, conveying the tract of land of
Ki tores, atrd the tract of twenty-eight acres, to secure
him in the payment cf $ 300, and the value of a slave.
The tract of one hundred and eighty-five acres Is the same
fc which the eomplaintant in the suit referred to, wa de
clared to have a resulting trust. The deed of trust was
duly registered. A sale of the land was ordered by the
creditors. An injunction was issued upon the filing of the
petition, to restrain the sale of tba lands nntil the
matters of this petition were heard. The petitioner asks
to be endowed f one-third of the tract of twenty-eipht
acres, and of such interest as may be decreed of the 185
acres, after that portion may be assigned under the for
mer decree of this court declaring a resulting trust. A
decree wan pronouneed by the chancellor, giving her dow
er in the real estate of her husband in the lands convey
ed in the trust deed to McCullongh, from which decree he
has appealed to this court
Xtie question presented for determination of the court,
i whether a widow whos, husband has executed a deed
of trust to seer re his creditors, which has been duly reg
istered in his life time, and not told, ean have dower
specifically assigned her in the lands conveyed. By the
common law the widow is entitled to one-third of all the
land? of which the husband was seized during coverture.
This right commences with the marriage and terminates
trpon the death of the husband. By the act of 1784, the
right or the widow was restricted to all the lands of which
the husband died, seized and possessed. Subsequent acts
were passed extending tbe right of dower to equitable in
res. The courts have always given a broad and lib
eral construction to the statutes giving the right i.f dow
er. It is a right as old as the common law, and that ha
vjeen cherished by the legislature and courts.
It is reeognired as a claim superior to creditors, and
all others who did not have a specific lien upon the land.
Dower is preferred to the claims cf creditors who have
obtained a judgement Against the husband in his life time,
and had their executions levied on the lands. Any at
tempt on the part of the husband to defeat it is fraudu
lent and void as to her. A mortgage or deed of trust ex
ecuted by the husband previous to the passage ol the act
of 1856, eh. 57, defeated her of Sower 5 Hump.. 26: 8
These decisions induced the Legislature to pass the act
of 1856. That act provided when the husband died be
fore the mortgage was foreclosed, or a sale of land under
the deed of trust was made, the widow should be endow
ed out of the land. This act is carried into the code, Sec.
2.J99. By section 2,398 of tbe code, if any person die
intestate leaving a widow, she shall be entitled to dower
in one third of all the lands of which her husband died,
seized and possessed, or of which he waiihe equitable
owner. By the act of 1823, widows were entitled to dower
out of the equitable estate of which the husband was the
owner at their death. This act was carried into the code
in this senion. Section 2,399 provides she shall be enti
tled to dower ia lands mortgaged or conveyed to pay
debts, when the husband dies before foreclosnrc of the
mortgage or sale under the trust deed.
If it was the intention ef the Legislature to give her
dower only in the surplas after the payment of tie debts
secured hi tbe deed, this section can have no meaning, as
ihe previous section gives her the right of dower in equit
The decision of this court iu the case of Gieer, ct aL,
5 Hump., and Wm. Gieer vs. Cherry, 8 Bump., hold a
deed of trust or mortgage defeated the widow's dower, or
that she would be prelered to tbe creditors secured. The
act of 1856, eh. 57, giving the widow the right of dower
in mortgages and trust deeds when the rame were not
closed in the husband's life time, the provisions of that
act being carried into the code, in section 2,3d9,can leave
no donbt it was the intention of the law to endow her of
All IiaJs which had been mortgsged by the husband, or
oeureved to secure debts, when the mortgage had not been
foreclosed, or tale made, under the deed. Her claims are
paramount to the creditors secured, aad will be enforced,
Tbe section of the code is plain and not ambiguous,
and expresses e'.early the object Of the Lgislature to was
extend this ancient and cherished right of dower to mort
gages and lands conveyed in trust to pay debts. The
petitioner if entitled to dower in the tract of twenty-eight
acres, and to that portion of the 1S5 acres that tnav be
decreed in the settlement of the ease in which the result
ing trust was declared by this court, and which had been
conveyed by her hu.-band to seeure defendant in the pay
ment of his debts.
The cause will be remanded to the Chancery Cburt at
Mnrfreesboro for tbe assignment of dower, upon ascer
taining the quantity of land to which the husband is en
titled of tbe tract of 185 acres, and for the assignment of
dower on the twen ty-eight acre tract. There being no er
ror in tbe decree, it is affirmed.
Attest: J. G. FKAZfcK, Clerk.
110 A-:res listed lo Jobu U Sawyers, in 1th distrlrt o,1i..;
Ids the lands of Wm England and J C H Sawyers valne
i.WJ, tax 15 10, collector's fee 1 00. clerk's fe 1 W Drlntr'
fee 1 .'HI. Total ?1 10 i"laiKI 8
330 Acres listed to Henry T Cox, in 10th district adloinine
the lands of eamiu-1 Boeseil and 8 D W Low, on Holstou .Riv
er, vaiue n,iw, us m collector s le I w, clerk' fee 1 5.
printer' fee 1 60. 47 SO "'
1U0 Acre listed to A L Maxwell, in 10th district adjoining:
the lands of G B Gripsby and Robert Cussell, value 1 100 tax
8 JO, collector fee 1 VO, cl-rk.' fee 1 fio, printer fee 1 1 0
Total ill! at'1
100 Acre listed toD II Cnmmins, in the 12th district ad
joining the lands of Samnel Morrow's Heirs and J A 41 Thorn
ton, value for lfc4, 1.500, tax 7 6S, valne for lS(k"., 1 500 tax
11 collector's fee 1 00. clerk's fee 1 50, printer fee 'l 60
Total thil' !
3i Acr""n " mJ Wm " Crisp in 1-th di,trict adjoining the
" "tu"j uiurra, Tamo u.oou, tax to Vihi.
collector's feel Ci, cl-rk's fee 1 50. nrinter's fee 1 .Ml t,Li
1 Acres listed to R K Kevnalds. in lifh n.i;:..
in; the lands of H Baker's Heirs and Jeptha Browdcr, value
7,O"0, tax 68 collector s fee I 00, clerk's feel 50, printer'
1 ; Total ! iH'H
75 Acre' listed to D R McAnally, in 12tb district, adjoininr
Coffin e Heirs, and J I, Moses on the Clinton road, valne 2 000
tax 22 b, collector's fee 1 ' clerk' fee 1 60, printer's fee 1 60
Total 2'i 6...
6) Acres li'te.l to W m Lyons Hirs, lth in district, adjoin
ing the lands of Robert Badg-tt and others, and known as the
late residence of Thomas C Lyou and Brothers or Mill Place
value 10, (Mi, tat 120 41, collector's fee 1 ' clerk's fee I 50
printer" fee I 60. Total 8124 SO. '
100 Acres listed to Jesse Ayrcs' Heirs, in the l!ith district
adjoining the lands of Elizabeth Tillery and others valne'
tax 7 65, collector's fee 1 0", clerk's fee 1 60, printer's
feel 60. Total ill 55
HO Acres luted to L Satterfield in lUth district.adjoinius th
, , Tu.ue l.jiv, I1X J MJ-i, COI-
collector's fee 1 00, clerk g fee 1 y, printer's feel 50 Total
S13 814 "
a55 Acres listed to Rosey Carey, in 17th district, lyinjron the
East id of 1 1 olston River, adjoiuing the lands of J G M Ram
sey and E V Armstrong, valne 3,300, tax 21 31k, collector's
fee 1 0 clerk's fee 1 '', printer's fee 1 60. Total 28 01 hi
22G Acres listed to Hannah E Brerk, in 17th district adjoin
ing Dr. Anderson and John McMillin, value 2 750 tax "0
77), collector fee 1 00, clerk's fee 1 5n, print-r's foe 1 60
Total S'4 "lj-a
429 Acres listed toJGM Rjmr y, iu 17th district, adjoininr
I, r !f Proline Pickle and others, value 5,500, tax
" u-f,""" lyr Clpr s tee 1 uO, printer's fee 1 60.
Total frtj o24
225 Acres listed to F A Ramsey, in 17th dhtrict, adjoining
Dr. Anderson and. John McMillin and known as the Cane
nouse riace, vaiues,.-w, tax St collector's foe 1 0" clerk's I
Which I will sell at manufacturers pricds, compris
ing the following valuable machines
Buckeye Mower and Reaper Com
bined, Buckeye Mower Senior,
Buckeye Mower Jnnior,
Victor" Cane Mills, 3 sizes,
Cook's Copper Evaporator,
Western Corn Slieller, 3 sizes,
Sanford'g Straw Cutter,
Kentucky Cider Mills.
The farmers of East Tennessee are offered a new
I opportunity to obtain these machines at les3 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.
Black Snake Grass Scythes.
Dutch Grass Scythes,
Patent Snaths and Cradles.
STEEL PLOWS & CULTIVATORS.
KiXVILLfl CAST PLOWS.
OLD TIME PRICES.
Two Horse, -One
COCKRILL & SEYMOUR,
Eeal Estate Brokers,
4 TTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE
A and Exchange of Real Estate. Have
constantly on hand for sale, valuable Farm
ing, Mining, Timber and Grazing 'Lands
in all counties in East Tennessee.
We also have for sale Mills, "Water Pow
ers and Sites for Manufactories, Town and
Persons wishing us to negotiate for the
Salo 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 Real Estate, prompt
ly attended to.
Full particulars and descriptions of any
Lands in East Tennessee gratuitously given.
Office over Exchange and Deposit Bank,
corner of Main and Gay Streets, Knoxville,
HENRY C WHITNEY & CO.
Eeal Estate Brokers,
NASH VILLE, TENN.
Particular attention given to the sale of lands
in Emt Tennessee to parties from the Korth.
em States. All persons owning Real Estate
and desirinj to make early sales are invited to
communicate icith this office, sending full de
scription, loicest price and best terms. Char-
I yes moderate, and no charge unless sale Ot
(ffected. TI c' are desirious to open correspon
dence icith, and secure the co-operation of Real
Estate Agents throughout East Tennessee.
Mineral Lands and large tract of Cheap
Lands wanted" for Colonist.'
IiErtKs to Gov. Erownlow. uov&Itf
tLi irrei listed to K W Kamscy in 17th district, adjoininc the
. rnJ-r, ow,?ed hy J-G M rtams,,y "nd th9r.
z i r t A?"irr s f,e 1 ,j-c!erks f' 1 Printert
These Plows are made in Knoxville, and
Points or Mould-Boards can be had at any
W Acrco list-d to John William,' Utirs, in 17th district ad
joining the lands of Carey's IUir and J ; if Ramsey value
l"'Ul'- !, collector ? fV-e 1 r... clerk's fee l ,yv printer's
fee 1 oti. Total Sfi Gt.V ' 1
ln Acres lifted to A J Hixon Iu 18th district, adioinin? the
lanaso V, lliion and others, value -J0, tax."! 77. collectsrV
-- b ' i primer s lee 1 w. Total 7 77Iy
1 SO Acres lifted to Jamea Koger-, Goardian, in tbe 13th
distr let. ,j0 Acres of which lie- on tho Marvville road, leadine
from Knoxville to Maryville, known as the Hodge Place or
,u u, ,.u uLsinci, vunenir istii. I,W", tax
n i) valne for 1K6, 1.0, tax 7 66, collector's f-e I no, clerk'
fee 1 5U, printer' fee 1 5'. Total S16 60.
1 M Acres listed to Jfiitt Mj matt, in 10th district, adjoining
,h? la?IVf G,re .w -Vbry and Thomas Smith n Heir's
..to i.";', ui 4 .i, collector fee 1 On, clerk' fee ?1 60,
printer f"0 1 .SO. Total SI 1 ;.j '
200 1 Acres listed I to Daniel Kiug, in tho 11th district, adjoin
inoiauuatii sanies currier and bright, valae SO(l tax
T fli'-AT'a tW ' Cl"k's fe" 1 w printer' foe' 1 Md
10,000 pounds CASTINGS, consisting of
OVENS, BAKERS, POTS. Ac.
at Wholesale and Retail.
iOu bags of SHOT, at Cincinnati rices.
OWNERS OF IMPROVED FARMS
Desirous to sell the same, arc invited to send
full description, lowest price, and best terms,
together Kith, authority to sell the same to this
ONE HUNDRED FARMS WANTED
for Northern Emmigrants I !
Parties having clligablelill Sites to dispose
of, are likewise requested to confer with vs.
No charge for services unless sale be effected.
HENRY a WHITNEY & CO.,
R'f.l Estate Agents, Nashville, Tenn.
" ' l" . , ' m Lyon' .,n nth district, known
u jsihiiu, aiue i,'""', lax o.,, collector
fee I 0",
iee i .-v, printer lee I V). Total Sll .'.s
r . ,"e J'? inomiiso Ljon, in llthdi.trkt, adjoiu-
iiio lan.i! vi jioneri causclt and Wri-rhr. a 1 t. .
collector f fee 1 , clerk - fee 1 Mi,i.,'J c t
; ' ,,8U'it0, van 5lleirs, in 11th district, one
i Jo. i",.mn6 ibe !,aUiS 0h"id K'on and others, contaiu-
VlM . Vi "i T,tlD"d t6!'?- Ul M collector', fro
1 W, clerk s fee 1 w, printer's fee 1 6i. Total SIS 54',C
3M Acre listed to John Toole, in the lit h district, adjoining
tne lauds of W m Toole md others, and beins a part of Toole t
Bend, valne 5,y.ta, fr eolWtort feS I 8?, l
1 60, printer s tee 1 f Total $45 52i
iJ&TZf'Vxi? Moontcastle, in 11th district, adjoin-
in.' Tota?,4 $0 ' 1 Clerk'6 ' f11'"'8 frt
,5IJiVi?n,rri;'1inin'in llth di-triil joining
the lands of S Hci-kell and others, value 900, tax 0 79VJ
I wlZ tK'rk' in 1 r rintn' tm 1 w- To
irF"1?,?0 ,"r?L' B',owJr. 12h district, adjoin
ing the lnd of General Coopar, and lr. Wm BogeH, valne
"fotal'Kf1 c!"k"feel Pricr'.
2 Ix.ts li.ted to C W Cro.ier, iu 12th distric t, on the Clinton
road land ! adjoining the lands cf H W tian, valne J,000, tax
Total's? V) 1 CUrk'B 1 W Printer', fee
35 Lots charged to A L Maxwell, iu district. 0 lots known
t nJ tTjFf?r 'hin Shop, lying on Broad street.
North of 1. T act! Georgia Kailroad. and 23 lots lying East of
Broad street and between the Car Factory and Gray Cemetrv,
all Gained at l.ftm, tax fcS 1 collector's i'.-e 1 clerk's fee
1 M, printer s lee 1 60. Total 4"i 2s
6 Lots listed W H fneod, in 2d di-trict. one lot No 13, and
OUI 10 S,noed Kin't Co"8 Addition to Knoxville, val-
ved at , tax i -'J1' collector's fee 1 00, c!-rk' fec 1 60,
printer fee 1 50. Total fl'i
"".f listen j ti 21 Eamsev. Jr.. ia 2d district.
of every description.
WOODEN WAKE, &c, &c &c.
HUBS, SHAFTS. FELLOES,
Buggy and Wagon Tire Iron.
COOPEKS HOOP IRON.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPA
NY'S THROUGH LINE TO CALI
FORNIA. Touching at Mexican Ports, and carrying
the United States Mail.
Through it tiocnty-iwo days.
Weakness Arising from Indiscretion.
1 The exhausted powers of nature which are accompanied by
o mar.y alarming svmptomi, among which will be lound. lo
dispoiiiion to Kicrtion, Lotsef Memory, Wakefulness, Hror
oi uiseaae. orForebedinriof KvU: la tact tuivenai luii
tude. Prostration, and Inability 10 enter Into the enjoyment)
01 society. .
The Constitution once affected with Organic Wtaltut, re
quire the aid of Menieine to ttrengthen and in vigor aU the
system, which HELMBOLD'S EXIUACT BUtbU Invariably
does. If no treatment it submitted to Consumption or Insan
Fluid Extraot Btioliu,
In aff. ctions peculiar to " PixALts," is unequalled by any
other preparation, a in Chlorosis or Rteniion, Pain fulness,
or Sui pres-ion of Customary Lvacuatioo, Ulcerated or Schir
rus Stat of the derm? ; and all complaint incident to the
ex, whether arising from habit ef dissipation, imprudence in
or the decline or chaLge in lite. . ,
Fluid Extract Buohu ,
AND IMPROVED ROSE WASH.
Will radically exterminate from the system Diseases arising
from Habits of Dissipation at littl expert, little, or no
change in dUt, no inconvenience or ixporure ; completely
superseding those unplcmant and danger o 'it remedies,
Cvpaxia and Mercury in all these diseases.
Fluid Extract Uuchn,
In all diseases of these organs, whether existing ia " Male"
fir " remind," from ukaUver caute originating, no natter
low long ntundina. It is pleasant in taste and odor. " t'm-
meditite" in uctien, and more strengthening than any of the
preparation of Bark or Iron.
Ihuje suff rn e fiuiu JSmkoi doicn or delicate Lunstiiu-
tioji, procui e remedy ct once
The reader must be aw. re that however slight may be the
attack of the b;ve disease.', it is certain to affect hit Bcdlly
Health., Mental fowers and Happiness.
Ail the above dLtaies require tue aid of a diuretic.
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU
Is the Great Diuretic.
uelmbold's highly concentrated
Compound Fluid Extract Sarsaparilla,
For purify inc tiie tlood. remr Tin" all chronic constitutional
diseases, arising trnm au impure state of the blood, and the
only reliable and effectual known remedy for the cure of gcro
ula Scald Head. Slt Khmm, Pains and Swtllii gsof the Bones,
Ulceration of the Throat and Ltgs, Blotches, Pimples on the
Face, Tetter, Erysipelas, and all scaly eruptions of the skin,
AND BEAUTIFYING THE COMPLEXION.
Not a few of the worst disorders that anect mankind arise
from the corruption that accumulates In the blood- Of all the
discoverirs that have been maile to purge it out, none car
cqutl in tff ct Helubols's Cusiror.vD Extiuct or ..ijisamsilli
U cl-ai'Ses and reiiuvaus ihe blood, ins ills th' vigur ot heaiih
into the s:iLi'm, aud purges out the humors which make dis
ca-c It ttiniulates the healthy functions of the body, and ex
pells tht disorders that grow arid raokle in the blood. Su-I
a remedy that could be relied on, has long bren sought for,
and now, for the Qrs: tirce. the iublie h ive one on which br
can depend. Our space here does not admit of certificate t'
ow its effects, but ihe trial of a singe bottle will show the
siek that it has virtues surpassing ai.ythtng they have evei
Two ta' lespoonful of the Extract of Sarsapa'iHa added to
pint of water is equal to the Lisbon Diet Drink, and one botil
is fully equnl to a gallon of the Syrup of tlarsaparilla, or th
decoction as usually made.
PHYSICIANS, PLEASE NOTICE.
We mike no secret ef th ingredients. ITSDfSOLD'S
flUJO EXTRACT EUCIW i composed of Bu. hu, Cuieb
nd juniper It- rrrx. ti-ltrrTf H wiih g eat Cre, nnd prepared li
vacuu by U T. IlELUBOLD, I'ruifgist and Gneuiist of six
teen years esiif.uel.ee iu ill. city of Philndrlj.l.ia.
TIIF-E UTRACT? HAVE KEEN ADMIT! ID TO USB I
THE UMTE1 STATES AhMV. ul d i.re ulso in V ry general
u in alt ihe StUe llntPlTAlS and I UtLlC SAMTAKT IN
STITUTIONS throughout the land, si well as in private prac
tices, and are considered as lovalu ible remedies.
See Meiical Properties of the Buchu,
FKO.M DISPENSARY OF THE UNITED STATES.
See Professor De wee's valuable work on the Practice ol
8ee remarks made by the late celebrated Dr. Physic, of Phil
adelphia. Bee remarks made by Ir. Ephraim McDowell, a celebrated
Pnysician and member of the Koyal College of rurgeons, Ire
land, sdcI published in the TraDsactions of tbe King and
See Medico Chirurgical R-view, published by Benjamin Tra
vers, Fellow of Koyil College ol Suteeon;.
See most of the late Standard works of Medicine.
Sold by all Druggists.
DilTJG AND CHEMICAL WAREHOUSE
Hklmpold's Fuid txtiucr Bccnc is pleasant in taste and
odor, free from all ibjurious properties, and immediate in its
HelmuvLd's KsrKji . Ktciic pivt s .'icailh and vigor to tht
frame and bloom to the pallid chvtk. Dtbility is acconp
nied by uiaLy alarmii g sj niptcir.s, aud if uo treatment is i.b
mitted to, consumpti.'n, iasanity or epileptic fits easue-
For non-rettntiou or inc'j:itiruence of crine, irritation, in
flammation or ulceration ot the bladder tr kidneys, diseases
of the prostate gland, stone in the bladder, calcului, gravel or
brick-dust depont. aud all diseases of the bladder, kidneys,
and dropsical swrlhngs.
A Buuv asd CuHiiCsivE Ter of .the properties of Haul
BOUD'a Flcui Eitrict b'JCUC will be a comparisun with those
set forth in the United Stales Ditens&tcry.
ENFKEM.ED asj Delicate CcnoCTTLtions, of both sexes, use
IUlmbold s tricT ccchc. It wnl jive brisk and energetic
feelings and enable yon .o sleep wtll.
SniUMiirs on rm
OCEAN QUEEN, ,
Cov:ti tN 1 ML l'Af JI1C
TiltJf so MokK unpleasant and unsafe Remedies for uupleas-
ant and daugerou diseases. Us! HEUiBOLD's Eztkact BucuD
and l.MPKOVED Rose n'i:n.
Tks Gir.sy t-f MiS s BTKiMOTB. Tlierefore, the nervous ar,d
debilitated sh.ja.-t immiiaiely use iiZLHBOLn'8 ExTBAcr BrcB7.
Jn-f1'" "1St0n Hivernr,doinin7the i
ior f .'.nS "f lher' "!u' tax IS 87!.:,
tS fc?i 1 rrinter's f iw"
TAX SALES. .
MATE OF TENNESSEE, KNOX COUNTY.
TirHEREAS WM. II. SWAN, Kevenve
If Collector ol 'tUcoanty cf Knox, has reported to the
C,"Lni SUrf ofrV.'2.n,"y.Tenneee, the following de
ttnbed Tract, of Land, Tow Lou and parts of Town Lots,
having been amrse! for taxe for ,he year 1G and lw5.
BCBtioned in aaid report, that the taxe. thoreon re dne and
paid, and that tho resptiv. owner have oo good, and
ehattle. within (aid county, in which h. can deatrain for said
17 LoU Uld to Jo Davenport, in let district, in bend of
first Creek, ktwt ivaoxvill. 'o 7, 9, 211. 272. S2k .in.
for 1M4. 1.450 U3 coaoty tax 7 32-,; v.lo. for 166. 1 -00 tax
12 collector fee 1 00, clerk' iee 1 6 , printer' U, 1 5T
Total J 1W
. . . . : . . W T Y) ,, . . . . - . .
i asi w . roi, in l-Minci, way street ad
joining tho lotoa which tbe Oco Rank eUnds, and occcpied
by K J 6a n ford, vain for le4. 6,OX UO, coootv tax 25 is
vain for lf.', ,000 O0, tax 67 W5, collector' fee'l , clerk'
fe 1 SO, priour'a fee 1 '. Total i7
1 Lot listed MS K Bouthe'i Heir, ia 1st district. ob theeor
er of Church and Slate etreeu No M, raise for 18o, 0 00
county tax 04. valne for IS56 l.OUO OO, tax 7 55, collecu.r'a
fee I 00, clerk' fee 1 50, printer fee 1 60. Total $15 fc'J.
4 LoU listed to John H Crocier, in 1st district, and siteated
on tbecorner'of Gay aad Cbarch'atreMs, aod known a the
rent dene of joha H CrozteT, valne I9.0U0 00, ux 218 95, col
lector', fee 1 00. clerk' is 1 60, printer' fee 1 60. ToUl
2 LoU listed to Crocier and Hamas in let district, oa th
andiJ,' y tho court that jude-nient
Vttjf. 7.SnUr th foresaid Town Lots s
" ' " nenanaoi the county of Hi
V?lllS ?lVl' ' taxe,, o
f ear i mentioned in the repoH, aud it ,1 .n,S Ia!
atisfaetioB of said conrt that said taxes reJiri- 8 tb
paid, and that the owner. 2ilMlTtoZUt&
Wo no per-onal property in the county of Knox' which wa
tforS n,'n b5 '4id CCUftt0r' fc?U,.s,Dst:tcl,ar"
nox, tor the
ge. due severally them for the years therein mentioned.
v .3 .Vt - i J COnrt. th"t Mid Tracts vt
it . d.Town J"01?' or mach f ch of then as shall be
sufficient to satiety the taxes. co.ts an1 ehar .noMj to
tbem severally, be condemned and sold as tbe law direcU.and
it is ordered that an order of kale insue.
Thereupon, you tbe said Wm H Swan, Tax Collector, for the
county of Knox, an- hereby commanded to expose the afore
said Tracts of Land, Town Lots and parts of Tow Lots, or
so mncb of each cf them a may be sufficient to par the tax
e, costs and charge aforesaid, to public aale a tne law di
rects, aud make return of this writ, at a Circuit Conrt to b
held for tbe coaoty of Knox, at the conrt house in Knoxville,
oa tbe 2d Monday of October next.
Witness. S. H. Smith, Clerk of said coon, at office in Knox
ville, the Bccond Monday of February.
B. 851ITH, Clerk.
Pnnuan t to the above order of ale, I will expose the aaid
tract, of Land and Town Lots and parts of Town Lots, or so
fj'." , tbem as will be snmcieot to psv the tax, cot
"yf"'11. tbe years 1(U4, ad 165. mentioned
f, , efrT'Lng "P""' to public a'.e. to tbe highfwt bidder
of jSw'i-. c?t hon' in K"o-iill,'on the first Monday
1,j6' ai ,h "3t en.uiD? day or d v, if decenary.
W. H. S WAN, Revenue Collector.
Horse and Mule Shoes
Can be furnished cheaper than you can buy
iron to make them.
ONE OF THE ABOVE LAEGe'aND
splendid Steamships will leave Pier No. 42, North Biver,
foot of Canal street, at 12 o'clock noon, on tbe 1st. llth
and 21st of every month, (except when those dates fall on
Sunday, aud then on the preceding Saturday,) for ASPIN-
w ALL, connecting via fanama Kailwav. with one of the
t'ompany'e Steamship, from Panama for SAN FBANCISCO
touching at ACAPCLC0.
Departures of the 1st and 21st connect at Panama with
Steamers for SOUTH PACIFIC aud CENTRAL AMERICAN
POUTS. Those of 1st touch at MANZAS1LLO.
A discount of ON QL'AitTEB from steamers' rates allowed
to second cabin and steerage patsuntrers with families. Also.
an allowance of ONE QUARTER on through rates toelorgy.
mcu kuu boeir lamiiies, ana scnooi teacners ; sowiers navinc
houoraltle discharges, U.VLF FAKE.
One Iluntlred Puunn Rurci'rri alluwcd P3i.li
masters accompany baggago through, and attend to ladies and
children without male protectors. Baggago received on the
dock the Jay before wiling, from steamboats, railroads and
passengers who prefer to send down early.
An experienced nrgeou on board. Medicine jid attendance
For pasiiage Tickets or further information, apply it the
Company's ticket oftice on tho Wharf, FOOT OF CINiL
S-TKEET, N0BT1I RIVES NEW YOKK.
arrllota F. W. G. BELLOWS, Agint.
MAshood akd YoinjrcL Vwob are regained by IlEmeotD's
SHTTEBEi CoXD"rrrT:o5S Rstokisd bt
HbLM hold's ExrsiCT
HtLXBU;'b FiTRlCT Bccas and Inpaovra Rose Wash cures
secret and delicate ciorarrs, in all their tgs, at little ex
pense, little or no change in diet, no inconvauitnee, and no
exposure. It is plensan' in taste and odor, immediate in Us
acuoj,at d free from all injurious properties.
"Whole & a. le unci fteta.il.
JOS. It. MITCH KXJ..
iXO. B. BKAXSXB.
CHA3. X. Sr'CBEG.
Wnich ' w ill Ijc supplied to Merchantr u
Actual Cost ! ! !
JOS. R. MITCHELL & CO.,
Deal ia Bank Notes, Gold, Silver, and Government Voucher.
Collections iu part of East Tenuessee
promptly attended to.
M&" Remember the place,
Centre Store, Cofiin Block.
NEW GUN STORE.
WE ARE XOW RECEIVING A LARGE
" BARRELS RAW ASD
Ltnwd on Je.t rorMT,j,a f,m
Shot and Gaps,
of all sizes,
Game Baes. &c.
ST ACY, MAKKER k CO
of all sizes and Prices,
Belts and Holsters,
UAIJIEOLD'S CONCENTRATED EXTRACT BCCUC
7 ihtt Great tHurtiM.
tKUlSOLIl'd COSCENTBAVEO EXTRACT EARtAPABIU-l
Is the Great Blood Pwijler.
Both, ire prenred according to the rule of Pharmacy and
Chen' "ry, and are tbe most active that can be made.
Cincinnati Paper Warehouse.
lanufacttirer and Wholesale
77 and TJ "Walnut St., Cincinnati.
EEP CONSTANTLY ON 1LVND
Billed Cap, Letter and Note ."aper. Printers' Flat Cap.
fj.t National Bank. Cowan ft Dickinson.Col. John Wm,.m. . "uo,, rm.n er ana .-sote ra.oerj, nojai -'louium anu
A. G. Jackson, Knoxville. I V ""."A"'
Park Bank. John Parker, (Caahier Phoenn Bank.) Lawrence. I
Baldwin Co., (No. To Wall at.,) alexi. Brag, NcW yor( j
Georne W. Howard, Wil.on Burn, Ballinmre.
Chamber, Steven k Co., K. M Pomerov, Cincit.nati.
Jqlj 19 6m
Bank Notes, Stocks, &c.
E PURCHASE AND SELL
United States Stocks,
" " CoapoB?,
County and City "
Kast Tauoewe and Virginia-BailroaJ Coupons,
East Tenuee and Georgia : "
Railroad Stock, '
Specie. nov22tf JOS. S. MITCHELL k CO.
DEPOSITORS AND OTHERS HAV
ING claims iinst tbe Branch of tbe Union Bank at
kuoxville, Tenn., will please present the ame to tbe under
signed immediately for adjustment. JOHN J. CBalG,
Sole Agents for tho celebrated
IVANHOi: MILLS WEITING PAPEES :
Also Manufacturers of
BOOK AND NEWS PAPERS,
Also on band, Graatn' Wrapping Paper, Manilla Paper for
Druggists and Dry Goods um, and a complete block of
lea tlier a nd Kit-dr' ! -
Binders Fitfe-d? out Compl'-t, in Tool and Material.
Order by Jla-,1 piumptl filled. march H 3m
:paper and rags.
TTAZEN & SON HAVE THEIR PAPER
S-JL 1IILL bow in complete operation. Printing and j
Wrapping Pap. r fun ished ia any qnautities required. Willi
pay iu cash tho highest price for clean cotton and linen Bags. 1
investments in jw ew x one. "I H
"T"VTn P V ." fu TtvinTTfTn -a a a, -wr- 1 W
TESTMSXT3 in New York, can bare their business South side
J'3II L.. IIUUIUURG.
ROCJ SR. PRODUCE AND COMMIS-
THE PEOPLE'S Fit I Els!.
Family Medicine of the Age.
AKEN INTERNALLY, IT CURES
I Sudden Colds. Couxb. Ac. Weak Stomach. Gener.il la ¬
bility, Nursing Sore Mouth, Canker, Liver CompUiat, !s
nensis or Iodiirestion. Cramp and Pain in Stomach, U jel
Complaint, Painter' Colic, Asiatic Cholera, liarrlia n.l
APPLIED EXTERNALLY, CURES
Felon. Boils, and Old Sore. Severe Burns aad Scaldo, CutE,
Bruises and Sprains, Swelling of the Joint., Uiiigworai ann
letter, Broken Breasts, f rosted seel ana inuoinius, iuoiu
ach, Pain in the Face, Neurali;iaand Kheumatim.
It i9 a sure remedy for Aaci and Chills and Faviu.
Taken internally, should bo adulterated with milk or aaUr,
or made into a syrup with molasses. For a Lough, a ti w
drop on sugar eaten will be more effective tl an anvtbiug else.
See Printed Directions which accompany each butUe.
BEWARE OF ALL IMITATIONS.
The Tain Killer is sold by all respectable Drusiitf through
out tbe United States and in Foreign Countries.
Prices 23 cads, 50 cents and $1 per bottle.
J. X. HARRIS CO., CincinuatI, O.
Proprietors for the Southern and We.tvrn btaten.
Sold Wholesale aud Retail by Berry, Demotille 4 VVhartou,
Naehville, E. Welsler A IV, Louisville.
I f p
ALLEN'S LUNG BALSAM,
The Grtat R -me ly fur tli j -'ure of
AND ALL DISEASES OF THE LC.NGi.
GROCERIES AND COMMISSION.
AVl. AVILl-jO' & CO
Ner.i-east Corner of Gay aad Charci Streatt,
OEG LEAVE TO INFORM THE PEO-
U 'LE of Knoxville, aad Ean TennrK generally, that
t ivy hae put rec.'ivel a UrjreanJ wrll awortvd stock af Sta
ple:t:i'l Family Groceries, Liquors, Tobacco, Cigars, c, wbkb
'.U be sold at greatly r.iiluced prices. Th beet brand ef Old
Ohio Whint t nmil Flour, coBstantly on baud. Country Mer
chants ill rtn.l it to their inteteat to call aud examine our
Ktovk r. ti. i price brtorc (.urclmsiu elsewhere.
K. mriub, r t:i- place, corner of Gay and Church Street.
(Oort'tii Muck,) Kuoxville, Tenn.
ectJotf v W. P. WILSON CO.
VV. H. LILLARD,
Wholesale aud Retail Grocer,
v ; DEALER IN
CLOVEE SEED, TIMOTHY SEED,
aBLUE GRASS SEED,
1 ; And all kind of
tut G'y Street, between Cumberland and Church,
C. POIVELL, GKCEA &. COM
Koowiili , T"nn.
I. r. CRREN, CUX. W. M UBKa,
late of Of
Nubbvillo, Tenn. East Tennessee.
rPHE RESULT OF ITS USE IS A
JL proof of its rcat value. The ev.traordm.rv htuliiiL
properties of this remedy arc experienced hy all tliu; ? w:..
liave used it. their testimony will be lonuu tn a p;tiup..l' I.
which can be had of the agents where the iulUichi.- in loi i-.i! -
Coughs and Colds, however distret-nn, are broK.'ii ui m
an incredible short time, by causing a .pucilic intltteiine on
ttie L.uni;s, that the matter and phlegm arc easily expecto
Alien's Levi Balsam contains no opium iu any form It
is perfectly harmless for the most delicate child.
Consumptives would do well to real his Treatiw iii..u Dis
9T" It is a good reiuedv. Try it. For sal-. bv !h Proprie
tors, J. N. HARRIS 4 CO., Ciuciunati, O.
Price ?i per bottle.
Sold r ail Vkdicinl DrAisas.
Erviu & Pendleton, Nashville. R. S. Robiu.-ou .v tj., Lou
This prepiratien, loii ar.c
fHVorab-y kfu.tvn, th..
oiig;i;y rri.:vigur.'e t.r 1.
down and It-w-spiriud h- '
by strcligthrt.ing a:nl c ai -lutf
ihe .luinch i.i. U ii; i--tines.
It U a sure preve.-rativ
of ail di-r.s irei'!'-t i
ins animal, sueh as LCNG TEVfcR, tiLANOKEJ. i-LH
foCNDEUS, L0.-S OF . P
PKTITK AND VITAL EX
KKdT.AJ. lt. use improves
the wind, increases the appe
tite givts a smooth and
glossy skin and transforms
ihe miserable skeleton into
fine looking aud spirited
No. orf li road Street,
j:Eri:RIXG you to the above
y 4. uri, we !t:it tj iuli-.ru) you, that we have estab-
..ri.-.; .--ui 3tl, uj tj:b i.t v iu ou.-ne-M, aud ar fully preparid
. eit Hi to enr i...ii .L- ihu onlih.ry (acilittee reumred aud
. tiuii" aoiiLii a u.ii"e of Tour business. .We do Dot pro
t.. cuui.ii.-oui?-.He3 to any speciality, and will pnrchae
Jetton, lobicco aad Produce Generally
.I.., ;tuck, IkiU'Ii and Covernnunt securities exchxtre't;
. t . u. ...;. a. K"p,-cltully Vours,
C. ToWtLL, UUEEN rr.
Aa-t:tj. (.;:i.oiit.ij air! cntiui'l and Joneshorough ITnioa
t'hift copy. nov'.Dtf
11. O. PVCE,
No. 47, Jxoi'th Side of Public Square.
Forwarding, Storage & Commission
Couii:iii.nt3 Rospsctfully Solicited.
To keepers cf Ccwa this preparition U invaluable. I; I:,-
creases tl.-e qupEiit;,' :.r.r.
proves tie qjli'y of tl.c
mils. It lias been prout. y
actual experiineti' t.. irmrt-..-the
quantity of nii!W
cream twenty per cnt. :.
makes the butttr hrci cm
fcweet. Ia fttenir.s cattle
it gives them an afpeiite
loosens t .eir hide, and i :' t -
them thrive much faster.
r.LTZRZ-;..c- t. Ili:g. Gen. rivrkhursf, P.M. i.. Mil. Plv.
tin., L. -m-L.u. ,. Vun tthra.ii-r, lusjR-ction General, Mil.
Ln. i' liu., M.ij.ji IS. 1". Kia. l'i, p.ml Agrnt Adams Kjt press
.uuip.t'.j , i i, .v;u iu i).,n i Klyuii,) G. W. Fall A Co.,
A. li.i.n., II. C J.iLk-oii, Cameron, Oner Jt Co., W. U.
A.N'D C'jM3IIfeION MLRCHAM,
IZj :i-x.a t, twee u Filth and Sixth,
C ; . :.x ::t, 5 V': .1. janlUl
1- '". - H I- 'V. U. I:;Rllt. J'.UB M. Til.
killli'Li:, TtlSLliY A FAI3T
. OITOX l'AC i ORS. RECEIVING,
1 1 '-'-; . AHiilXQ AM Ut.M ,AL CM.U1M0N MEK-
- ti 1- 1
a.iS) block, main street.
. : 1. .-, MEMPHIS, TEXX.
; . :!.!!; ..I- of Cttoa, Tot-acco, Floor, Lard and Prodi; e
t ' !. Pi.Mupt att-.-ntiaa given to all orders and
t i.. utru-t i . ui ur.-. niaril-ilm
CABPEiiTER & MUNSON,
J. 3. CAP.PENTEE,
In ail diseasesof Sine,such as Coughs, CIccra i tiiei-u
Liver, 4c, this article acts
as a specific. By putting
from one-half a paper to a
psper in a barrel of swill
the above diseases will b.j
eradicated or entirely pre
vented. If given in time, a
certain preventive and cure f r the ileg Cholera.
Price 25 Ceat3 per Paper, or 5 Papers for Si.
!S. V. FOUTZ fc BKO.,
WI0LESUE DI'.CG AD JIFDICIVE DEPOT,
If a. 115 Franklin St., Baltimore, Ed.
For sale by Chamberlaia Brothers, Kioxvil.e, l'nr
and by Druggists and Storekeepers throughout m Ututeo
La:? L. j.. .1. A '.) u-.ai.i ii TeaueaSce Li(ht Artillery,
La;" Li-J'r l. l.-.t Ailluluat til, Tenne.se Tvslrv.
r OULD 11 fc'i PECT F ULLY IN FORM
ti. ..!., . t.isi teniats'ec that thev have onened
A REGULARLY BRED PHYSICIAN,
XJL as his Iiipl.im which haiif S in his oGice, will .hew, I,.,
m.ide t'arowie bisas- thrttudy of his life, and bus a tuuti-wi !
reputation, havint; been lonytr locaUd 1.1 L our$ than any jther
Chronic Iiease Physician.
Much of his practice has been of 4 private nrttmo ViV?:-,
UoHorrhcu, Meet, Stricture, all I'rinary il1.-fK.-5. Syphilitic jr Mc,
curiul Ajfectiona vf the Throat, Wu, or Bonn ; OrcUif, H-.rv. i t..
pnrs ; ulso, the effects of a bolitary llabU, raiuotn to iiu j
and Mind, produciug blytcht, dtbility, imote-inj, ili;;.,!-d .,1
iwws of sijht, confusion of itlet, ecil foreboding, ccersim to oi-.-,'.
foss of memori, veaknes, d'C. . not alt ot these iu utiy c.n cus-,
bnt all occurring treqaently in various cases.
SsJ" Accommodations ample, charges moderate, cures guar
anteed. Consultations by letter or at ollice, fie. Must ca -can
be properly treated teitkoatan interritic, atli me-licitifs ocuIt
from observation, sent by mail or expre. No htutlratice tt.
business in most cases.
Address Box :(WJ, St. Loui, Mo.
Hours 3 A. si. toSP. M. Qfi pertnaueatly Ioc.if.-J a!
No. 5 St. Charles strt, between Sixth and Seventh, ou"
square south i f Liudell Hotel, a retirJ sptt ia the centre c.
Con-'tdUiCtuti a.ul roo.sifor 0a ccvnifl-K.'u.,:jn of 5i-.ee r i-
tients 09 reptire diily personal attenttoi.
Can (set, in a sealed h-tt.r envelope, niy Thtr-rj, .iiioenei
Treitrr-nt cf SrrMHH, Urimiry ami Sscuii Li.:fr..w, 1 ':r'y deie.i"
ixj alt tht dittoed cwviUt&i.', with full Symptom List', i.r tr.j
three-cent postage tamps to prepay poninj;. . Circular io.
Ladies, relating to Viieutes of Puberti,, .V?;urru7!io a;,d pri
j 4 j ..-ti. .11; : collecting nil classes of claims
:. uk i-.r filler ia n and inlurnia! vouch
ie. t..i-a n receipts given, and for
ni.i aiier.tiva given to settlementa of
u-c.M r : 'i iMg:: 01 pay rcuiuvcd, aud certificates
;. Ir't: is .j a ..i.ta :,r resmged otcer.
;ji u i. r' U.
u'it ,.r c-'itec'-cl 'it l.iwesi prices.
ificr In .1... r p- n h oi Llchaiige B:.k, Gay street,
- 11 " I s tiiuxvillt-, itnn.
"-M.KS-U 1, VV. G. SroTnlow, Ueu. A.C. (iillem. Col. t.
, Cai. .!.-IUi.u. sep6lf
NATIONAL CLAIM AGENCY.
iAA"ir.LS ai: MIEISWOOD,
jliiitary and A'aval Agents,
23 Pi'iiaiJeiii's Square,
t ' fti. Augur's Ilea I'luarters,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
WE ARM PROSECUTING CLAIMS
' n: i::i't i.: - l'.t.-J Ma'.- liovernmrnt fvr property t-
' 't 0: -:..-ir.;,La t tli? ariny. We collect ,.r purchase al'
.,it Vi - 1 :.r!i:.ist.-i S Voit'her.
'-U- i;rtie- 1 3' Ar remove htoppag of Pay, Col-
i.uiimv.t il ii--, the S-Tvirt. We also .btai
-i'.l-, u !! 1 1 ii.. k l'.,y, Ltjunty an I Priae Money. Wo
nil-- :i t iv t!: : t , aii'l KM...; uu charge except w SUC-L'.-Ml
Ab..uts tUroiiuhout the country will iiud it t?
r .u'-..iit.i.-..i tj l ji :'L-poiid with us.
J DAMELS, II. 1,. SHERWOOD,
LaU- i.rfpi.,:u L'. S V. Late y. M. I". S. V.
zi tit '... H-.!i. AVx. K tuiv y, I'. 5. Senator from Min..
1. U. L. 1 - utu:!, i..i,Mr,i r ot w Vura. Hon. R. V.
i . :ii kV t sterii Virginia, Major-n.-ral Pp.
DA.MCL T. BOYATO.V.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Can bo found at the r-zsidenco of Gov. Ero d! -v'r
not professioimlly absent. Order caa bt kft ut chsn,tH 1
laiu's Drue Store. f. j 1 if.
DANIEL AINSWORTH & CO.,
,1 or o- er iv'.t. j ..ir e--aa.:teJ wttti tha Pay lep. C. S. A.)
-A-Ltoni''yrf ibr Claimants,
NA S.7 VILLE, TENN.
Li- l.'-yal e:tii - js havi.-t; nteritoriocs claims against tba
t. j .t.:ii..ei,t i,r ;.n.i vr;v t.ikeu tor tit., aw of the Army,
.... i .". w L.. 11 lut-.r i coiiiiuuiiicat.' with u..
A 1 - o- ui,u, bounty or back pay due, all
r. L ui.v it..-d act'u..iit, aud all persona who drew
, . ... -.-,.!.., aiIi tiri it tj their advantage to
' , l u-.. I . : . , . vJi;.:K ci':-. f; pr'.f'.-vtu.'n f,
' ' -' -
It.i i.-. . : . I.:- ; .y, Wm ii. BrownSow, Governor et
. '. iu a ot jNa-hviIp. ilcc.tf
JR. FRANK A. RAilStY,
(Late of Snoxv.He,
No. 5 Adams Street,
l'E5 CLAIil AGEJiCY.
VI t '! Jll is. 5 A V.
U7E ARE NOW READY TO Manu
facture 3Xucliiuei-y u 11 1 CastiuH
Of various kinds.
c. &c, ic.,
IIAVi-. OI'I NjiD A Claim Agenv
a 'ji:,:. i t..;y. It. C, :".;r th purp.j j of coi-
I l;.h0 i.i !...u ,.B u-: ti;j liyvrtaitiit that may be en-uj.-t.-i
il say v .:. Aay ws wautius sw tt attend to any
iui; r -i ;oi i.t w. l ,i. aou a j.ii-ss Ui-j at 'ahnton C.tv.
A.i uus-.-jiS p: v.iy ai-i-uJ-. J l j.
W. S. CHKATUAM,
Laterjf Nahvil!.., Tnn.
t.; V."a,: n ., .v . iiv. Hon. Andrew Johnson,
T. tit ..f ;..s . :.r.. -1 Mat- s.
'sav.Lir. iN-. Cor. w. G. Brownlow, Vj;. '.co. C.-.
II. li.cr.ii-. br n. 'A'.-j. I'. Wbipp!-, bnt. On. K. W.
.ii.hy-.u. iir- 1 U: . ' i. Clinton 1. tJt, Itrnc. Gen. J. L.
1) 11.11 1--ju. t. ... j. ! :!:i.-i :uith, il-.'U. . S. I owler, Hop.
I .ill: 1 ,-iM.b.-. H-.ti. iM-'.arl 11. Ki-t, J. B. kaowlea, A. B.
M.a li.-B !, ':.' U -1 y. l'., hnt'an Buwlinr, Prof sor
V . K. Uv'i'i.:.-.. i'r. t- --or L. It. J'-uumrs, S. C. Mercr, Hon.
I il n L !!, iar:ri U. -', r.h-7, Lheatham w Co., Ex-o-j'-.-rnor
N. t.l.-. Li.-.-.v...
I v M.. '-.M' L': lvi". j iv.jru'' Morton,
'xv, li;, ft w- Luitors Knoxville WliLj. marll 6tu
GASPEB, (Jt AITE & IX:
A CONSTANT SUPPLY OF LYT-
TLE S W HUE OIL at
Ieb2atf Da. JAMES RODGEKS.
DEV0U & COiVPANY,
CLOAKS 3J TP.IUMIXGS.
.Vu Manut'act .irers of
1 Cloak? and Mantillas,
! el and j Purl Strxit.
i arsTAiJts CIXCISSATI.
D. G. TERRY.
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN S
FASHIONABLE MILLINERY !
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER.;J-A-TipL&C0-'
T WaVNT MY FRIENDS AND THE
JL public in general, to take due notice aud govern them
selves accordingly, that I am now prepar-d to make a. I
kinds of Gents' fine French aud American Ca'f K-me J Uouis,
Patent Leather Boots, and Citngn-ss Gaiter. AIo, Lili.s'
Gaiters, Balmorals, and Slippers. All kind of repairing .loue '
With uatccss and dispatch, tihoj) in Lamar House luilJaijj,
KEEPS TIIE LARGEST AND BEST
i-.rt merit uf
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