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THE JOjOiyiLLE WHIG.
KnoxvHe, Tenn., July 25, 1866.
Mr Tollcy Caucus Usurpation Extra
ordinary. arc tol J by the " My "Policy " organs of yester
day thiil the ' Copper-Johnsons " held a (ia full as
sembly of leading citizens '' some place in this city
on Saturday, to elect delegates to the " My Policy "
Convention which is to be held in Philadelphia on
the 1 ith of August next. It is not stated where the
' full assembly" was held. Nobody, save a few
Conservative fossils, about a baker's dozen in num
ber, knew anything, or cared anything about the
meeting. Jt was gotten up and engineered by a few
politicians, who have been ready for the last five
years to attend every Conservative, McClellan-anti-eiuancipation
or anti-Free State Constitution meet
ing, and oiler a string of prosy " neutrality " sty'Ic
of resolutions, abwut as much in conformity with
tbe fpirit of tho American people as the ancient
mummy in the Mate IIouso Library. The meeting
was presided over by Speaker lleiskell, of the House
o .Representatives, an active McClellanile, and a
litter opponent of the emancipation proclamation
of Mr. Lincoln, and of the Free State Constitution
of Tennessee. The official report of the caucus says
that ''the following nominations were made, and
Fur MMIc Tennessee Judge John S. linen and
Jordan Stokes, with E. II. East and John Lellyctt
Fur West TcHtfMf: John W. Lcftwick, and for
nlternate, Charle? 15. Church.
For East Tennessee Col. John Baiter, with Col.
John "Sutherland as alternate.
The following gentlemen were appointed mem
bers of the Executive Committees for tho three di
visions of tho State:
John M. Fleming,
James Britton, Jr.,
F. S. lleiskell,
Gideon il. llazen.
10K MIDDLE TEXNKSfcEE.
John S. Brien, John C. Gaut,
I. w. Maxey, Ilenry Watlerson,
E. II. Eusl, W. Matt. Brown,
F. C. Dunnington, T. J. Smiley.
FOR TVEpT TENNESSEE.
W. K. Poston, Henry Brown,
Phil. Glenn, Sam Walker,
M S. Temple, Wm. M. Farrington,
Kolle S. Sanders.
Wm. Heiskell, Chm'n.
Jno. Alexander Camthell, Scc'y.
Let us glance for a moment at tho list of names,
not one-llfth of which probably were present at
the meeting, or knew anything of it. Judgo John
3. Brien, Jordan Stokes, John Lellyctt, Col. Baxter,
F. S. Heiskell, Col. Xetherland, and nearly every
other person mentioned irfto teas within the Federal
during iht war, with the exception of E. H. j
Ettst, Esq., wre zealous supporters of McCIellan,
opposed to the Emancipation Proclamation of Mr.
Lincoln, and hostile to the Free State Constitution
of this Slate. Had the counsels of these gentlemen
prevailed, the system of slavery would now be in
existence, supported by Federal authority through
out Tennessee, and the entire so-called Confederacy.
What counselors for the people in a crisis like the
present! W. K. Poston, Samuel Walker, H. Wat
ttrson, F. C. Dunnington, and several others on the
list were active supporters of tho rebellion and Jeff.
Tavis, many of them not having forsaken tho rebel
cause until the complete route of the rebel army.
Dr. Leftwieh, "tf . C. elect of the Memphis district,
openly renounced tho Lincoln Government and the
national Cag in an address published in 18G1, which
appears in another column. So much for tho mate
rial of the Johnson caucus. The names of four or
rive original Unionists appear in the list, but wo
ha.'.; rd the prediction that not one of them will go
rear Va-" Johnson Convention in Philadelphia.
Bu- the inexcusable manner in which the John
,.m (.uncus has infringed on tho prerogatives and
rights of Gov. Brownlow by the appointment of
delegates a power expressly conferred on him only
by that groat light of the Johnson-"' Bread-and-But-ter-Brigude
" at Washington, Kev. J. B. Ferguson
demands our solemn protest and remonstrance,
which v". e ask leave to have "spread upon the re
cords.'" The Governor vJy has the right to appoint dele
gates to said convention, and all other parties found
trespassing upon his grounds will be prosecuted to
the extent of tho law. The Governors of the States
were exfre-stu auihori-ed to appoint tho delegates,
and all other delegates save Governor Brownlow's
will be outrageously bogus. It is currently reported
that the Governor will appoint tho following delegate-
1. lsham G. Harris, C. S. A.
J. Lieutenant Maury, C. S. A.
3. T. B. Forrest, C. S. A.
',. Geo. W. Jones (late of Kichmond Congress.)
5. E. A. Garrett (Bolter.)
t. L. C. Haynos (lato of IiichmonJ Congress.)
7. S. T. Walker (Bolter.)
t. W. C. Whitthorno, C. S. A.
?. Reuben Eoddie, C. S. A.
i'.'. J. K. Hood (Bolter.)
All other parties, except tho aboe named persons,
are hereby notified that an attempt to pass them
selves on as ueieaies to tne Johnson Convention rn
Philadelphi a, will be rigidly pro.-ecuted, as such at
tempt will bo in violation of letters patent sent to
the Governor of Tennessee by the President's club.
For tho information of tho delegates we will add
that the pass word into the convention, as given out
by Andrew Johnson, is as follows :
The doorkeeper will place his left hand under his
coat tail, and slowly articulate, " Treason miat be
ir.de ndio,-," at the same time placing his right
thumb on his nose and twirling his fingers rapidly.
The delegate will pull a spiritual tickler from his
breast pocket, and passing it to the doorkeeper, will
anwer : Aid traitor mst be punished und imjov-rri-he.!.
" After the delegates have taken their seats,
Rev. Je?se B. Ferguson, Secretary of the Johnson
Rational Club, and the fugleman at tho Whito House,
will distribute badges among them, with the follow
ing inscription taken from one of his speeches in
Write it on tho front of my brow, and let it form
a sacred cross over my heart : I am a rebel to the
Government at Washington, and would thank
Heaven for the hour ihat would sweep it and its oc
iupants into the sea."
Tbe Davenport Brothers will entertain the Con
vention with Cabinet tricks and rope-tying. Sash
jiiie rress and Times.
Washington to Quebec Interresticg Trip.
Correspondence of the KnoxTille Whig.
St. Louis Hotel, "l
Qceuec, C. E., July 2d, 1806.
Edihfb Whig : Twelve days Rgo I left the Na
lional Capitol for the sako of coolness, recreation,
and instruction. I thought I would go to Canada,
it looked so inviting on the map. I came, lb.on.gh
liko an erratic school-boy, I tarried on tho way.
A miserable dusty ride of ten hours by rail took
us to New York, which is much less inviting, with
the mercury in the nineties, than Washington ; for
Washington has wide streets, ample " openings,'
affording unparalleled ventilation, and the popula
tion is not over crowded with human beings . With
many "Washington Canal'' nuisances, (which Wash
ington Canal is a synonim of nastuiess), New York
is about as undesirable a place to be in during "the
heated term," as any spot on the Continent. It is
no wonder those of the citizens who can do so, go
away in summer.
Leaving the city on the morning of tbo 22d, we
went up the beautiful Hudson to Albany, on the
'Daniel Drew,'' of the day-line. The boats of this
line are elegant and every way comfortable.
No one taking a pleasure trip North, should fail
to take a ride up the Hudson by day-light.
The day was fine, and tho voyage seemed more
like a dav-dream than a realitv. so lovelv are the
landscapes, with the mountains clothed in their sum
mer vesture. The distance from New York to Al
bany by river is 130 miles, by railroad only 44.
We took the cars from Albany to Fort Edward,
fifty miles North ; from there drove by carriage to
Lake George, 11 miles distant. Our visit to that
beautiful spot, clustered around, as it is, with many
historical associations will long be remembered.
The Lake is 3C miles long, with a varying width
of from one to six and seven miles, and its waters
the purest and clearest of any Lake in the world.
The scenery is romantic in the highest degree.
The "William Ilenry Hotel, a first-class house, ca
pable of accommodating 800 guests, stands at the
head and overlooking tho lake. Near by, on the
bank, is the site of the old Fort of that name,
where the brave Col. Win. Henry was killed. "The
old camp well"' is preserved by a strong fence, and
is an object of historical curiosity. There are many
other places in that region important to every
American, because of tho thrilling events which
transpired there during the Kevolutionary and
We had tho pleasure of a rido on Lake Cham
plain from White-Hall to Hess Point, in tho steam
er 'Canada," a number one swift running boat, of
moderate siz", and expensively fitted up for passen
gers. There are, 1 believe, three or four steamers
on this line, owned and run by the Champlain
Transportation Company. Tho boats contain all
the accommodations that pleasure seekers could
The Lake is 11 1 miles long,, and from ene to ten
miles wide. The scenery is interesting. The place
where the late Senator Footo was born and received
the rudiments of bis education, was pointed out to
mo by a venerable passenger. It is in Addison
county, six miles from the Lake.
We stayed one day in Montreal, the Metropolis
of British North America, and a night-ride on the
St. Lawrence river brought us to this, the most in
tarcsting city, in many respects, of the Continent,
and I must say that my sojourn here has been ex
ceedingly pleasant and interesting. " Quebec,"
the name is familiar to every one who has ever
opened a volume of history. It is tho key of Brit
ish North America. No American or Englishmen
can help feeling a great interest in this odd, quaint
and curious city of Canada. It is sd old, the people
arc so ' ueer,"' the churches, and above all, tho
frowning Citadel all reminding one of the great
events that this region has witnessed.
Tbe site of Quebec was first visited, 030 years ago,
by Jaques Cartier, tho celebrated navigator of St.
Malo, in France, who being in search of a north
west passage to China, entered the St. Lawrence
and made his way to Stadacona, a mere collection
of Indian huts upon tho St. Charles river, below
and to the northward of the promonlary upon which
Quebec now stands. Tho city was founded in 100?,
by Champlain, the agent of a company of mer
chants who had determined upon making a settle
ment in Canada. There are churches and other
buildings here, staunch and firm as ever, two hun
dred and fifty years old.
Tho greatest object of interest to the tourcst, is the
Citadel. It is known as one of the most solid, in
genious and impregnable of modern fortifications in
the world. Indeed, the whole town is strongly for
tified and armed. The Fenian excitement too,
caused Mr. Bull to put everything in order, in a
Yesterday afternoon we drove to the Falls of
Montmorency, 7 miles distant, and were well paid
for the irouble and expense. Tho fall is -50 feet.
The Montmorency river is not largo but narrow, 50
feet at the fall. It enters the St. Lawrence one
fourth of a mile below the Fi.lls. On the way we
passed through the old French village of Bcauport,
near tho very house whero lived Montcalm. It is
liko many others here, a one story building, with
steep roof and high chimneys.
Travel to tho North has not set in, in full tide
yet. "Yankees" seem to be rather rare here. The
season is very late. 1 n a week or so tho hotels of
Quebec will doubtless bo crowded with tho city
worn citizens of New York, Philadelphia, Wash
ington, St. Louis, Chicago, New Orleans, &c, and a
better route than this, or more interesting in histo
rical memories there could not be selected. As to
hotels, Quebec docs not boast of a great many. Tho
St. Louis, kept by liussell & Son, takes tho lead by
far. It is in all respects a first-class house.
j Trade is rather dull, money tight, the war in Eu
j rope is universally deprecated in the provinces as
j Since Parliament moved to Ottava, Quebec is
1 . i . i ii.-i . i i i . i . - -1 ii.
1 rutuer a uun riucc, uiougii tier iraue is consilium uie.
The abrogation of the so-called Reciprocity Trea
ty has stimulated the Canadians to open new ave
nues of trade. Business with the Lower Provinces
is increasing, but Montreal being at the head of ship
navigation, and having several railroad outlets, gets
most of the trude. Quebec has only one railroad,
and that is on the opposite t-id of the river.
Another circumstance derogatory to Quebec is the
fact that she has no fertile farming country round
about, (except within a radius of some o or C miles).
Go out? or 10 miles, and you enter a boundless
waste of wild, uninhabitable hills, full cf bears and
tho Provincial steamship. " Lady
afternoon for Kelon, N. S., distance,
Time 4 days
1). F. Dkinkwatek.
The Mobile Advertiser is the head and front of
the President's party in Alabama. Here is its opin
ion of Southern Union men:
" To have been a Union man at the South while
war flamed from the swords and brands of our troops
at our very hearthstones, was to have been an in-
A Capital Speech.
At tho colored people's celebration of the 4th of
July in Kichmond, BurnLam W&rdwell, resident in
K i.i n mnn 1 Dnr! ronfined for nianv months in Castle
Thunder and Salisbury for his attachment to the ir ' V V 1 . fu F "9
A J throb of the pulse of a man. The tamest of animals
oil nag, said eloquently: i wju ggt for their lairs and nests and younsj, and
Gentlemen I do not lcrget those to whom I j the man who does not is essentially a traitor to the
sui under obligations ; when placed in a dirtv jail noblest instincts of human nature, whatever he may
the black men did not forsake me. No, no! vou ! be theoretically to any form of human government." '
were my friends in time of great trouble. I have
already pledged myself never to ask any blessings
..f my God which i am unwilling you should enjoy,
with indignation I shall scorn any and all rights
acd privileges which are not granted to you. Proud
have I been when 1 have toon Ampriean traitors
What patriot would not rather ten thousand times
vote for, or with, the blackest negro Ethiop in the
South, than stoop to the degradation of voting with
such a traitor ?
put to flight and death by loyal American black
men. Notwithstanding the battle is fought, the vic
tory won, there is a great work yet to be accom
plished. Be always obedient to the law"; be good cit
izens, as well as soldiers. Again I thank you, and
may 1 prove as true to you as you have to mo and
our country "s cause. Gentlemen, good-bye."'
The colored people turned out 4,000 strong, with
uniforms and banners, and two companies of mount
Jesse swings on Andy's gate,
And a single song doth utter,
'Jfyou worship Matter ejretst,
You may eai his ' Bread and Butter? "
The White House Conspiracy The
Tho Washington correspondent of the Cincinnati
Gazette says :
"The number of calls which have appeared in
this city within a few days is unprecedented. The
call of tho Randallians for the Philadelphia Con
vention came first. The call of tho Democrats and
Copperheads combined came next ; and their united
organization is beginning to be known here as the
Copper-Johnsons. L. D. Campbell, Randall and
Blair then issued a call explaining that the first
meant that half the delegates should be from those
who supported Lincoln and Johnson, and half from
those who didn't. Next came a call issued from the
White House by Messrs. Cooper and Patterson, and
two other Tennesseeans, to the people of Tennessee,
asking them to rally to the support of the Philadel
phia Convention. 1ms exhausts the calls oi the aiS'
contented. These calls for help indicate tho desper
ate character of tho situation. One more at least
will be issued before the campaign closes, and that
will be a call for the mountains and the rocfe to tall
on them and hide them from tho just indignation of
an outraged people.
THE PRESIDENT S HOUSEHOLD ADVISERS.
' Two of these hate already been mentioned, and
their record qiven in part. The presumption with
which Mr. Edmund Cooper, Representative elect
from Tennessee, and acting fcecretary to tne rresi
dent, and Mr. Patterson, the son-in-law of Mr. John
son, and Senator elect from Tennessee, join in the
most bitter denunciation of Congress, and publicly
boast of what they are doing to thwart its measures,
cannot possibly be exceeded.
" It is right that the country should know the
character of men whom the President allows to aid
him in discharging his duties as President. The
North knows all that is embraced under the term'of
Southern fop. Mr. Cooper is just that; excessively
vain, conceited, lacking in ability, lull ot strong
prejudices against the advanced sentiments of tho
country, and in close sympathy with tho secession
clement in Tennessee. There is not an exaggera
tion in this brief sketch.
' Mr. Senator Patterson is, through his habits, ut
terly unfitted for public office. It has been custom
ary to throw the veil of silence over these shortcom
ings of men in public life. But when a confirmed
sot is admitted to the White House, and to the coun
cils of tho President, and further, when such a man
is constantly using the advantage which this tolera
tion gives him, to break up the Union party, his
character and his conduct are fair subjects of criti
cism, and are also subjects upon which the people
have a perfect right to be informed.
" Last night JU.r. Uoopcr declared to a company
of gentlemen that if the President could possiblv
prevent the assembling cf a quorum in Tennessee,
h6 would surely do it.
A Damning Disclosure Complicity or
me rresmeni in inc uoners- ueoei
Hon. Tho acknowledgment of Hon. Milton Brown,
brother of Hon. Harvey Brown, Representative of
Madison, and one of the bolters now contumaciously
and seditiously defying tho authority of tho House,
made tho other day to tne othcers deputised ov the
Sergeant-at-Arms, by authority of the House, com
pletes the chain of evidence convicting the Presi
dent of being in perfect concert with the present
Legislative rebellion. Mr. brown intormed the ol-
ficers that his brother would not obey the summons
of the Legislature, and that ho would not come to
Nashville to attend to his official duty, lie spoke
contemptuously and defiantly of the Legislature, de
nounced it as a bogus affair, and said ihat President
Johiison vsas opposed to Governor Browidui'j's admin
istration ! This disorder in the Legislature plainly
originates in Washington. Tho President stirs the
great caldron of " double toil and trouble,'' in Wash
ington, while he tosses into it all tho ingredients of
that hell broth which he calls "My Policy," and the
noise we hear at the State House is only tho sputter
ing of a little cut fat which leaps into the fire. Let
ters have been coming from Washington as thickly
as autumn leaves in a brisk gale.
One of the bolters from Middle Tennessee receiv
ed a letter afow days prior to his departure from this
city, from Hon. Edmund Cooper, 1'rivate becrctary
of tho President, advising him to absent himself from
his seat in the General Assembly, that the amendment
to the Constitution mignl be defeated at all hazards !
This is reliable and no mistake.
Yes, this is the watchword now passing from the
Whito House along tho whole rebel and copperhead
ine in Tennessee: " Defeat tho amendment at all
hazards! Defeat it, if it must be, by perjury, or
even by bloodshed. The peace and honor of Ten
nessee are trifles licht as air in comparison with the
triumph of the President and his re-election in
The Union members of the Legislature have a
duty to perform. There is a Tennessee Legislature,
legally and duly elected by the people. That body
is now in session at the State House. It is a lawful
parliamentary assembly, with all the power and au
thority incident to such a body, to perfect and main
tain its organization, expel members for flagrant
crimes, compel the attendance of absentees, and
maintain its authority as the representative body of
a free government. Shall the authority of this Leg
islature be overthrown by a Presidential ukase from
Washington ? Is the Legislature to act at the bid
ding of one of the courts which it created, and be
answerable to every petty justice of the peace for
the performance of acts necessary to preserve its
organization? Ah, but say these Presidential rebels,
tho Legislature has no authority to arrest one of its
members. This is the very point we desire to test.
We want to know if the Legislature of Tennessee is
a lawful parliamentary assembly, or if it is power
less and at tho mercy of every Constable and 'Squire
in the State. The same men who now say that the
Legislature has no authority to constrain the atten
dance of members, asserted with equal vehemence
in 1861 that Congress had no power to coerce rebel
lious States. Are we on the threshhold of a second
rebellion? Xashvillc Press and Times.
A Row Among Lovers.
The nuptials between the Copperheads and John
son Republicans at tho national capital are hardly
consummated before Weed and Raymond, of the
New York Times, alarmed at the avidity with which
the rebels and sympathizers rush forward to take
possession of the 4th of August convention, attempt
to forbid tho bans. ' Yesterday's Times gives notice
that no rebels or copperheads will bo admitted, and
that tho only eligible delegates will be "War Demo
crats and War Republicans!" The old fox and his
well-trained disciple in the House then cooly doclaro
that "no Democrat of the stripe of tho Daily News
or World can honestly subscribe to the terms of tho
call." We can imagine what a commotion will be
created by the ex cathedra bull for tbo great Pope
of the New York Copperjohnsons. Why, without
tho rebels and copperheads, the Mth of August con
vention would be a mere hospital of office-holders
and office-sceker3. And if it depended upon "War
Democrats and War Republicans," nobody would be
on hand. Weed and Raymond having got them
selves into tho trap, after all their cunning, must
abide tho issue. Their attempt to got rid of the
Copperheads would be cruelty to the latter if it was
not so supremely ridiculous. Washington Chronicle.
The Presidents Plot.
Tho Washington dispatches to tho Cincinnati Ga
zette of the 16th, makes tho following startling state
; There is no disguising the fact that some of the
closest observers and calmest thinkers in the Union
party, are now thoroughly convinced that Mr. John
son and those in his confidence aro bent upon forc
ing the Southern Representatives elect into their
seats, at the cost of a revolution, if need be. The
matter has already passed beyond the province of
speculation, and has become a question for tho very
gravest consideration of the nation. The desertion
of tho President, by all of tho Union members of
his Cabinet, is one evidence of this. Even the ap
parent delay of two is entirely in accordance with
the supposition made, while it may be said that the
anxiety on the part of many in Congress to con
tinue the session, springs from the expectation of a
blow of this kind from the President, rather than
from a desire to save office-holders."
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patrons l-y the
.!' Ucj.ut, W. V., .Sept. 22, Ibrij.
J. 11. buValiSiB : With the assistance of Mr. Hardesty, we
have just completed the setting up of the Portable Engines and
Mills purchased of you. Mill No. 1, the first daycut at the rate
of l,o(K feet of Oak and Pine lumber per hour. Mill No. 2, we
have just started and with equal success. They are working to
our entire satisfaction, and we feci confident that the machinery
will do all you advertise. Vours, truly,
OLD TIME TRICES.
U''-' .. ( ( '.'- , .t): 'CO- CO., Ki., J",V ol, 1860.
Messrs. Duvall AVe sawed 6 SI!0 feet of boards out of seven
teen lojrs, the first day we started our mill, without moving a
screw in seven hours. We believe your portable engines and
saw mills second to none in use, and most cheerfully recom
mend any in want of saw mills and engines to your shop.
T. L. COLLIER & PRUSSELL.
tVm I'iuii--:, Jiijiley cu., Lid., Feb. 21, 1861.
Messrs. Duvall To-day we sawed 14,w feet of lumber in
les3 than ten hours. About three-fonrths of it was inch lum
ber. Tho mill does very well. Youre, truly,
SAMUEL KENSET 4 CO.
.' .., ':inwi'j .-.. '.. Mug 1, l$6i.
J.lI.Uuv.iII Sib: The Engine and Mill purchased of you,
which Mr. Hardesty has started, will do more work than you
promised, and in ti e btl m iiinrr. It will saw from lii,mi) to
15.i mi) feet in t. n h'.vr. WALTMAX it GAY.
Two llorsc. -One
These Plows are iniule in Kuoxville, aud
Points or Mould-Boards! can be hud at anytime.
10.000 pounds CASTINGS, consisting ol'
OVENS. BAKERS. POTS, ve
nt Wholesale and Retail.
J00 hags ol SHOT, at Cincinnati iricc.
HUBS, SHAFTS, FELLOES,
33rv?- el cto "DFix-o Iron-
COOrERS' HOOP IRON.
Horse and Mule Shoes
Can be liu nished cheaper than you can buy
iron to make them.
II;,,. , ,c.v, 31 J., -V.,.-. I;;, S6o.
J. H. Dm all Sir. : The e.iw Mill of twenty horte power pur
chased or you, hni been set up by Mr. Hardesty. On Saturday
last we saned !,ii' 'i feet in e'Rht hours. We can safely say
that it exceeded our expectations.
Yours, truly, BIUDGES, HENDERSON & DANIELS.
I' i, ha cobti Co., .Vf'si., Awj. 2J, 1S60.
Messrs. Uavall We have been running the portable engine,
saw mill and corn mill we purchased of you some months ago.
We average in tough, scrubby pine, from 9,Wt' to lu,"uO fet of
lumber per day, and could, were we to hurry our hands, saw
twelve thousand feet per day. We grind 20 to 2 j bushels of
corn per hour Mnny persons have rode twenty and thirty
miles to see our mill. She is the wonder and admiration of all.
We chcerfu'ly reeoirniend them to those in want of mills aud
engine?. G. A. H AMILTON 4 CO
LuL-t,!'j,', K.., J;(:: il, lboO.
Mc.sis. liu .aU 1 prd'col tj know but litlle about machinery,
but take pleasure in bearin? testimony to the fact that the
portable engine a.ui saw mul 1 purchased cf you, can, in my
opinion, cut three tlinef h much lumber in a day as any other
mill in the country. We have sawed 75') feet iu thirty minutes.
We can saw fren l,"- ) 'o 1,"" feet per hour.
H. B. HARRISON.
.. (' iV '; '..,,:., Jiti.-d: 13, lS5t.
Messrs. Duvall- On last Saturday last we cut something over
lcJ.Wfl feet of inch poplar lumber ; worked eleven hourB forty
five minutes ; N. Nash attended the saw. We cut this amount
from logs sawed from sti:mp, and can do it every day with
good logs and hands. Dr. E. J. SHANNON.
S::,j,ir li-.. ''. V., n.-t-iu.-d Co., I'.i., M-r h 1 J, 1S03.
Messrs. J. & J. H. Duvall Gents : The portable engine and
saw mill that we purchased of you ives entire satisfaction.
We have, in twenty dnys after starting it up,saw.(l 00fiX feet
of frozen hemlocWfimber, which ws callthi best sawing ever
l Northern Pennsylvania.
The mill was run by Mr.
GRIFKITS & STONE.
done in '
fW Wc fully warrant tur Engines aud Saw Mills to be
made of first cla?s material ; workmanship tbe same, and tu
saw from 6,000 to lO.Gvc tcet of Lumber per day, (say ten
Orders solicited. Descriptive circulars sent ti all correspon
COCKILL & SEYMOUR,
Acrents for East Tennessee.
The Betrayer of tlie Irish.
Andrew Johnson first orJered tho sale of 200,000
rounds of catridges to a well-known Fenian leader.
After having obtained the money of the poor Fen
ians for his cartridges the money coming from the
vVot-K-w-l.-c nf ronirrais snd enthusiastic reorjle
! he turned about'and betrayed them to tho British
government. Perhaps Andrew Johnson tnints tnat
Irishmen, like negroes, thrive best under a hitrd
minster. lie thinks, doubtless, like the late Rebel
Irish General Fat Cleburne, who fell at the battle
of Franklin: "Tho Irish are not fit for liberty.
They flourish bc.-t as exotics.'7 The Republicans are
i the i friends of all mankind, and therefore the only
I reliable friends of the Irishman. They do not love
l him simply because ho is an Irishman, but because
he is a tnan Prens and Times.
ilELAXCHOLLY OccuRREXCY. The Osceola (Mo.
Ilerald says :
On "Wednesday, the 20th ult., during a thunder
storm, while the workmen eleven in number
were engaged in shocking wheat on the farm of
Robert Martin, in "Washington twp., in this county,
lightnino struck in tho micTst of the men, and Jas.
M. Tillery, a son-in-law of Samuel Martin, was in
stantly killed, the lightning breaking his neck, and
passing down his left side, tearing off his clothing
and left boot. Seven others of the number present
were shocked, some quite severely Samuel Martin
and "Wm. Tillery both feeling the effects of the shock
at this time. After partially recovering from the
effects of the shock he had sustained, Wm. Tillery
ran to his brother's assistance, and had to extinguish
the flames burning in two places in deceased's cloth
ing. Mr. Tillery leaves a young wife and a large
circle of friends and acquaintances in mourn his
He was formerly a resident of Knox countv, East
POWDER, CAPS, SHOT.
SHOT U :XS, KlFIiKS, PISTOLS
A1 FISIUAtt TACKLE.
1 am Agent for
YVnich -will be supplied to Merchants at
Actual Cost ! ! !
WM k BODLEY,
FOIilDERS i MACHINISTS,
STATIONARY & PORTABLE
Steam Eng ines
1 1 l i a i; SAW MILLS,
WITH eiilCLTAXEOUS AXD 1NDEPEXDEN f
"Wrought Iron Head Blocks,
ECLIPSE SHINGLE MACHINES,
Wood Working Machinery,
CORN MILLS, MILL GEARING & SHAFTING,
Wrought Iron Pipe & Finings, Steam Cocks, it.
" GIFPARD INJECTOB,
OIL WELL MACHINERY.
Steam Tire Engines,
Applicants for Deecriptive Circular, will epectfy ths
Machinery they need.
CASH ASSETS, JANUARY 1st, lbt)G.-
Given assurauce to tbo public that choice iud.-uiiiii v, , .1
whole-iome and permanent charjctor, is strongly gtiaiautr.-.l
by I'hauix Policies.
STEADY DEVOTION TO A ilKICTLY LEGITIMATE
FIRE lSlK.n( E isrsi.-sEss.
Dist. of Columbia
i m.: bo m
l l.llri t7
V'W ll:tt'.ip.-!lllt .
Pennsylvania. . . ,
Nowa S'otia... . ,
Fire Policies issued throttirli ill A-'- in 10. Ct t.jr . U s
ed, is aucsoctiveof the wide-surcad aud c-xtetism- hiiiii-. . n.
joyed by the PHOENIX, and the imphatic de-in- em.-ii- ''!
claws lor tho protection its policies aft'ord.
Branch for the West aud South.
.V. 1-1 WEST FOURTH ST., CLXUIXXATl, O.
II. M. M V'.ilLL, t;, 11 1 Ati.
VN (.II PKi:. i: ,d.-i:l
klMWUlle, I' .;.
FIRE! FIRE!! FIRE!!!
IN'-IBE Vol" It rKu'.'EKTV IN THE
ETNA INSURANCE COMPANY.
HARTFORD. CO XX.
Intori'oratetl in I .
AmeU, Jttuuui 1, 1SS6. ... ,...!.-.'
Liabilities .... U.j-j: U
Losses promptly adjusted at this Agency.
Pi-Li' us is
j f riub !' l-v y-r-l Nti-!al
;. M. 'I. CI I. N'. Av 'Jt.
AJiEGULAKLY Sill ED PHYSICIAN,
a-- his Diploma which haus in his ofli' e, will show, h,--made
thronic biszases thtitwhj 0 It! !'e, and has a L" I in-w ii
reputation, having been lomv ?e"'-"' V. h.'i'- l'i-u any other
Chronic Disease Physician.
Much of his practico has been ol" a wrhate uattii-. ,-"' '.-,
Gonorrhea, Meet, rk'.i'r-, all ( ri.w.rj Di'-, .'',':.'
ci't'inl Ajfixtiuiw 'i th Thruuf, .SV''i, --r Vow ; r Ve.'.:''.', It'
Hfptm ; also, the effects ef a &,,l-f'Ti ll-J '.t. ; uin.'U-i t
and Min-l. uroduciiii: l,!'.fi!t?i. ,lb.l:t'i. 1, .,"'- . '..'".-
HfsS " 'jhti r-u,iftti",l vf iilu, f'ilf", h-j,:A,t'j. ". ton t' .."."'-;.
lots f yittnitoni, ireAie.v, itc. : not e' ol' thes... in any '.'- Cii,
but all occurring frequently iu various h.
Accommodations ample, charges moderate, cures K'lar
auteed. Consultations by letter or at ollii e. . Must cm-s
cau be property tr-atcl tctltuvf an uittrcit-.r, and ni-dieiu-s s-cui i
from observation, sent by mail or express. No hindrance to
business iu most ca-.es.
Address Box -Wl, t. L.-ui-, Mo.
Hours SA. M. to 8 P. M. Orfice J" iiuaiiently located at
No. Gj tit. Charles street, betw--u iixth and S-venth, on
Bquare south of Lindell Hotel, a retired pot in the e-utre of
C0Hvltltl:ht ro',;t. on'' rO-t Jul' I'll? e.' :.;i ';.'et"e'"i' ':! yi-
sititti t'.i r.'i"ire tl".ily yrsrtiul a!tntiv,t.
Call jiff, in a 3''al"tl letter envrlopo, my T?;to-... ;.,'.,' un-i
Treuttiifrut of Aer'"(rT L'rinnry und Zyceual Oiwwe, rltnrhj kl,iott
iri'j all thnli '.'.' '-' lut with full Symptom Li-t, l'"r two
three-cut potafr-- ',:':itj- to prepay poftair. i ireular l"r
Laii"., rrlatinc' t- 1 - Vnba-ftft 3I';)4-:?-''a(rt ami Prvj
nuiifij ic. itprl-ly
DANIEL T. BOYXTO.V,
piIYSIUIAN AND SUIK;JSO
Can be found at the residence of tii.v. Brow h u
not professionally absent. Orders can be 1. It ;t ham'" r
lain s Drug Store. tel. l:f.
11 Fit AN K A. IIAMSEY.
(Late of Kuowill ,)
No. 5 Adams Street,
jiu.tii'iiis, -i i:yy.
REAL ESTATE AGENCIES.
EAST TENN. LAND AGENCY.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPA
NY'S THEOUGn LINE TO CALI
FORNIA. Touching at .Mexican Ports, and carrying
tbe United States ilail.
Through in twenty-two days.
Urders by mail will receive prompt at
tention, and yatiiaction guaranteed in all
It is noteworthy that the President of the Balti
more National Convention that nominated Abraham
Lincoln for President and Andrew Johnson Vice
President, and assisted in laying down the great
platform upon which the latter profess to stand, has
manfully withdrawn himself from all association
with tho present Administration because of its open
affiliation with traitors and copperheads.
"Anybody sending a three cent past
age stamp, will receive information how to
make SOEGHUM SUGAR from the cane
raised in this country.
Steamships ...n the
11EXKY CH.U NCEY,.
Itif Rmeniber the place,
Centre Store, Coffin Block.
CoNMXIISU UN IHE V-AUnt
NE OF THE ABOVE LARGE AXD
Fpleri lid Str-amsliip will ! ave IVr "o. i2, North River,
foot of Canal street, at 11 o'clock noon, on the 1st. 11th
and :ilst of every month, (except when those date fall on
Snnd.iy, and then on the precediiii Saturday,) fer ASPIX
WALL, connettiu,; Tin l'dHaiiKi Kailway, with on of the
Company's Steamship from Panama for SAN i'EANCISCO
touching at ACAFL'IjCO.
Departure? of the 1st and 21st connect at Panama with
Steamers for SOUTH PACIFIC and CENTKAL AMi?ICAN
PORT'S. Tho -f 1-t t..n. h at JIAiZASILLU.
A discount of ONE QUARTER from steamers' rates allowed
to second cabin aud Bteerape passengers with families. Also,
an allowance of ONE yl ARTER on through rates to clergy
men and their families, and school teachers; soldiers having
hocoralde discharges, 1IALK FARE.
One Hundred Pouuds Baggage allowed each adult. Baggage
masters accompany baggage through, and attend to ladies and
children without malo protectors. Baggage received on the
dock the day before sailing, from steamboats, railroads and
passengers who prefer to send down early.
An experienced surgeon on board. Medicine and attendance
For passage Tickets or further information, apply at the
Company's ticket office on the Wharf, FOOT OF CANAL
STREET, NORTH RIVER NEW YORK.
julll 3m 8, K. IJOLilAN", Agent.
mil mill 'H .n n.il.il.il inn in linir
COCKRILL & SEYMOUR,
Real Estate Brokers,
4 TTEJSD TO THE PURCHASE, SALE
lY and Exchange of Real Estate. Have
constantly on hand for sale, valuable Fau.m
inu, Mining, Timber and Grazim.; Lands
in all counties in Ead Tennessee.
We also have for sale Mills, AValer Tow
ers and Sites for Manufactories Town and
Persons wishing us to negotiate lor the
Sale of their Lauds or Property, should
apply promptly by letter or in person.
Lands in East Tennessee exchanged Ibr
Northern and Western Lands.
Titles examined, and ail business connec
ted with the transfer of Real Estate, prompt
ly attended to.
Full particulars and description.- ol. any
Lands in East Tennessee gratuitoubly given.
Office over Exchange and Deposit Bank,
corner of Main and Guy Street, Knowillc,
5IA11KY, ADEHSAT1IY A CO.,
EAL ESTATE AGENTS.
Office, Gay V., iiCo djurs Suti-h ("' Lu ;.:. ; llvi.y.
Puicha-e aud Sell Real Estate, Collect R. nts, I..-.- K:-.iuis,
and give prompt attention to perfecting uegothttion?.
NASHVILLE AND CHATTANOOGA R. K.
GROCERIES AND COESSION.
AV, 1. WILSON CO.i
I 'I I t Hl'nmi i VTj
j North-east Corner of Gay and Church Street.
' (Coffin Block.)
I"Fr; TEAVR Tfl IVPadu rrttr iyvu
XJ PLE of Knoxrille, and East Tenne.iwB rDerallT, that
they hat- Jnst received a large and well .w.rtrd .stock of lla
ph an l Family (Jrocerie-. Lio,n..r, Tobacco, Cigar., Ac, which
will b- sold at greatly reduced price. Th bet brand of tllJ
. . l j . i -1 . l.- :, . . . i , .
j 'uio Hini rniiuij. r i.nir, counianiiy on naad. Country Mr
t chants will find it to their interest to call and ainiii nr
i Kt.K'k and prie.-s l-f..rr purchasing elsewherr.
.' R.-memlK-r the e, corner of Gay and Church itri ft
I (Collin Block. i Kn..xvjl!, Tenn.
i wti"tf W. ".'IlS A C.
W. H. LlLLARD,
Wholesale aud Retail Grocer,
CLO VEII SEED, TIMOTHY SEED,
BLUE GRASS SEED,
And all Linda of
it -i ie (.h !-cei, letwieu t. timherland aud Chnrch,
i on MBl s run ELI.,
Lal- of Knewille, TeTll-.
). i . f,RF.ty,
l.ate ofNashvill, Tfun.
C. POWELL, UREO &. CO.,
Xo. "Jf? Broad Street,
I ) EFEKKLN't; YOU TO THE ABOVE
JLV card, e Ing haip t inform you, that up hat lab-li-hed
ourselves in this city iu busiue-, and are fully preyaic I
to ( Mend to riir patrons tho ordinary facilities required ami
repecllully k1i-i' . .-Imre of your business. We d not pn-po-e
to (.-online om s- Ivi s to any spccialitv, and will ynrchi"
Cotton, Tobacco and Produce Generally
a!-e. (.i'!.l, Mock", Uouds aifi Cv erilluelit Sectlnlie.- l.ir-!y
on i lumi.-siou. Kesp-ctfully Your..
. l'LV tl.I,. (j RLtN A U.
August. i Chiouo.i- and dentin. 1 and Jem shorouph 1'nicn
I" ! ! r copy. llOt'tf
AM- C"M.M1.-M(JN MMit HNf.
I ' Main sti '.-.-!, Ktweeti Fifth and tuth,
-nsinm. in- --.ii. ,o . jaclTli
!OIl L. IILDIISUHC,
AKOCEK, TKODUUE AND COMMlS
Vf siev MKiaii vnt.
South id. Market S jit.irc, k JX I litAV TEM..
lie-t hi.iiids 1 amily HeUr on hand ut all turn, which
d, li. i !i : el charge. ipr'Jjtf
TO THE MERCHANTS AND FARMERS
THE U-XDEKSIGNED RESPECTFUL-
J- I.Y .-'ter ; .--n his -r 1. es as Puri.hnsiiig and S' Hni;
His p-1 icu-.r ha- ' u .e.;:ire 1 '. ui aita.iiAU.lri. iu.il
pnreliHso an-l during the past .'. " ,.f Pry liood",
Clothing. BootH and "-boea, Notion. Cr.nerie.. Ilard'.ar-,
th i, uoarc. "?t .(. s. Agricultural luiph menu, Ac, for bolh
tlte e,l,.jltale ali.l i. tail tr.i.i-.
1'uriuj the pa-t year he ha pent tmieh time am.-n ih
M inula.. I inrrs of t!...- Noril, (Villi many of Icon he ha- made
ui ra!).-nienls to 1:11 i'il e-'.'f o.-.cs sent li.ronii him at their
i.ilh in Beulsaud Sh... s. t nii-.-!l.is l'h..t'.
jrraph and Atul-roty Materials, Talde and I'oekel ttllvry,
CaiK-eftt"d Cliairs, p .: laid..- Steam Saw Mills, Her- INmrro,
.Mil! Kiu liii", Shiugl-aud Latlie Machines, Railroad Supplu..
l)ui.-s and Harney, t'.-tton (iiiis ,.f th" be-t 'uuk-, Ajjrn iil
tural Impleuo iit-, and Karruius Machin-ry of all kind', to-getli'-r
with all kinds -f 31aeUinery ne..-.ssary f..r the manii-fa.-tor.-r
of Cotton or W....1.
II. has also made arranem Mits to supply !! fc-f IVtro
1. inn. Lul.ri. atins, an-. Uiiruiii. "ils, and Uil Lamps, and
w ill I." aide to procure anything to i.o had in Now York or
N.-v KnIeii ! iip.m t!i" .hort.--t n-.tice. and at tho l-iv--t
t'.t; ;ii ..I-,. ..,-r a. A, -.-nt to iidj'ist all kind- ( d.-l.l- ( r.
at. -.1 I .'!.. tie-wer, due lo par'irs-iu anv of the Ni.nh. rn
11-- f!l al-o !,.ke icat pains 1.. -eil all . ..usijiiiiio nts at tlm
be-t rat-- to 1..- had in this mark.-t, mid will mak.- !il..-i;rl ad
V4inces iii-en ceii-inm.-nts wlo-ii in .'-..-.
J II. WAI.KKK,
f'.-rin.-i ly .-f Knowiilo, 'f.-uu..
UiJii-j (.in dtlic", Broad Stre-t, New cik.
CARPENTER & MUNSON,
Oeneral Claim Vonts,
J. B. CARPENTEH,
I.atc Lieutenant aiol Adjutant 1st Tennessee Liyht Artillerj,
Late Lieutenant and Adjutant Sth Tennese Caralry.
OULD RESPECTFULLY LNFORM
the citizens of Etst Tunnessec that the have onen-il
aa office ia
ii A OA VILLE
for the purpose of adjusting and collectinif all classes of ciaiina
against the Government for supplies taken and informal Touch
ers given, and supplies taken and no receipts given, and for
services rendered. Prompt attention given to settlement! of
officers' accounts. Stoppage of pay removed, and certificate
of non-indebtedness obtained for resinged officers.
Reasonable prions charged.
Vouchers bought or collected at lowest prices.
EST Office 1st door Se..i;h of Exchange Bank, bay siret,
Post Office R.'x 1SS. Kuoxville, Tinl
Ktt tRKSCES lien. V. li. Brownlow, Gen. A. C. Uillem, Ctl. L.
C. Houk, Capt. MoIIeish. sepo"
NATIONAL ICLAIM AGENCY.
DA.MELS A SIIEKWOOI),
Military and Xaval Agonts,
28 President's Square,
Nc.il to ion. Augur's Headquarter?,
WASHISGTVX, D. C.
WE ARE PJiOSECUTINu CLAIMS
agaiii-t th- Lnit'-d States Coernment for property ta
ken or d.-tr.'y.d by the anny. V ..oll'ct .r purchase U
kitids of 'iutvteruiast'1 ou. her.
Wo settle ''6. eis' Ac ouuts, remote Stopped of Hay, ccl-h-ct
Claims IV. r Horses bt in the So r vie -. V also obtain
Peusious, tolleet Back Pay, Bounty aud Prima Mon- y. V.
require no advance ( , and make no charito except w .
cc.d. Local Ag nts thiouhout the country ill find it ("
their advauta'. to correspond itb n.
.! DAN'IELS H. L. tHEHVCT.
Late Captain I . v V. Late y. M. 1. V.
Kei fsesi-ls Hen. Alex. IUu.ey. I. . . Senator from Mm ,
Hon. K. E. 1'. utoti. Governor of N'e- York. llou. R. V.
Vhal v, 31. '. !i em VWeti l u Virginia, Major-Gecaral Per.
VNYTE1) STATES CLAIM AGENCY.
HAVE OPENED A Claim Aoe.ncy
O'lice in Wa-diiuut oi, f'itv. I'. I.' , for he purpimo -f c l-
Uctln all Claims aaiust the Government that m be r.
trusted in my . are. Aayoue " aiitiiiK m- atteud to any
bnsi!;e:S f. I tlle!M " ill pleis -d If ss iu- at M "hi"2')n C'j .
All bn-!'.. -; promt 'It ...it. ud-.l
W . CHLAIUAM,
l ate of Nanlnil!". T-u.i
ti: - t- Iiu. m. Indrrw Johns- n,
1'lesideut of the Cultud Stat-.
Nt-.uviiif. Tlnn. Gov. W. ... Biunuioo, .Mai. t.r. t.-
11. Thomas, Bri;. G u. V in. I. Whipple. Br:. Gen. U.
J..b!i,on, Bievet I'.i i. to . Clinton B. Kisk. Bri(t. 4,..n. J. I .
I'. ual l-i ii. Hon. Jehu iluIj Smiili, Hon. .. . .ol-r. lion.
J liu Trimble, II. u. K.heard M. Ka-r, J. II. Know!... A. B.
ShankU'id, Charles Bush y. p.-wbatlaa B. wliiic, l"r..f.-ur
W. K Bowline. ProfesKor I.. K. .hsiniii.'s. S. I . M. r. er, Hon.
.I.diii Bell. Fr
fi'tvri nur 'm . Brown.
I - AFMLI1, I NJJ. iw, IUL1 M.rtll,
K"vii i Tf.'.n. L-lit.jrs Ku'.-xvtlle W u, m. i 1 ui
To be Oponcd the 1st olMune,
" Southern Saratoga,"
BLUlXT COUXT1', EAST TEXXEsSEE.
C. FLANDERS A. CO., HAYING
epaird and refurnished with nw furniture, Ac, th
ciiagi: or ti.hi:.
Oi't'iCE of General Sipep.i.ujil.m,
X. AND C. AND X. AND X. W. IlilLBoAUs.
Xashville, Tenn., 3Iarch -Ith, lao-i. J
N aud alter Tuesday, March ti, lS'j'j, aod until further no
tice, Passenger Irains will run as loiiows :
Nashville and Chattanooga Line.
Llave Xashville for Chattanooga, and all points South at.:.;0
a.m. and 5:3u p.m. Arrive at Chattanooga at j:) p.m. and J:4o .
M.. next day. Ceturninjr, Leave Chattanooga at 0:'iO a. m.
and 8:15 p. M., arrive at Xashville at 4:!X P. a. end li:lo a. :!.,
All trains connect at VA artrace for Shelby villc.
Nashville and Northwestern Line.
Leave Xhsliville for Johu-onvill-, and all points W.-,t and
Northwest, at 4:n P. M., arrive at Johusouviilc at !.!" v. m.
I'.eturnin, leave Johnsonviile 1:10 a. m., arrive at Na-h-ville
at C:")(J A. M.
Trains on N. and N. W. Railroads connect at JoliusouviHe
with first class line of Steam'-rs for Paducah, Cairo and -r.
Berths and meals free on jt. amwrs conuectiu,' v, ith N. and
N. W. Kailroad.
Passengers by this mute save expense of sleeping car aud
meals between Xa-hville and Cairo.
Trains stop at all intermediate points.
WM. P. 1XXKS, lieti'l up"t
aprlstt X. i C. and X. i X. W. lUilmads.
x. r. SMi-rn.
JOSEPH cSt CO.,
Corner of fi.iy and Main .Street.-",
-JSllSilil--? " fisec. 'niii JanJiW
Vv'ili e-p-n the -.ame on the 1st of June next, for tie p-ceptiou
of visitor, and would respectfully recommend it to its friends
aud all others in search of health, comfort and pleasure.
Our gard-ns, vineyards and orchard are in a nne condition.
Wehave.-LLPHLK, CHALYBEATE, LIMESTOXE. fOl'T
and OKliINAKY lilUXKIXG WATEKS. The medical prop
erties and the ben-Sts derive-i from their use, are too well
known to require recapitulation here.
Families can be accommodated with Gothic Cottages that
surround the Lawn.
The scenery is r-juiauic aried, such as must possess a.
powerful charm for the most relincd admirer of the beautiful
and grand in nature, and presents tho strongest attraction to
both the invalid aud pleasure seeker.
Customary atnuex;teniH, tfUcb as
Dancing, Billiards, Bowling, &c,
wili!- so conducted as not to be objectionable to the most
'juiet visitor. K- gular daily mail c.ach.-s I.-avo
every moniiu:.-, and parti-s can wire sp-ci.-l couvetanct
Ti.e piipi- tois will make every tnort to protect their
gu-sts from exorbitant charges in every direction.
KiT Our beds and bedding are st and first quality.
Our terms of board will be very reasonable, and liberal ar-raugeui-uts
will be made fr families wishing to rend tho
Tor further particular' nquirr- of
J. L. KING. Atlanta, t.a.,
or, J. C. 1 'LASHERS Jt CO..
iiiayijtl Montvale Spring, via kuoxville, Teuu.
SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY. '
! TIME TABLE.
S IXPliESS MATTER EECFIVED am
; dispatched from the office of the Company in Kuoxville.
j Leaves daily tor the South and Wet, via Chattanooga, at
1 11:20 A. .
I G.xids and Packages received up to the honr of lffcju a. a.
i Leave daily for Lynchbnrs and the East, p. M.
ioods aad pacaagesi rm-civea ai ine nonr (it ii;-ia. a.