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Knoxville, Tenn., August 1, 1866.
To Job Pwittibs. Wanted, at this office, a first
rate Job Printer, who has a throough knowledge of
every branch of the business. None need apply
but those who can come well recommended. A
permanent siluatiou guaranteed to a good industri
ous man. Application to be mado in writing.
Browslow, Raws & Co.
East Tennessee rnlTersMy.
For want of space last week we did not notice the
final exercises -of the rretenl session of this Insti
tution, which occurred on the evening of the 20th
ulL, at the court house. The court room was crowd'
ed and many found it impossible to procure seat.
A more intelligent audience could not be gathered.
The extrcibes were commenced by the delivery of
speeches. There vere nineteen students who de
claimed. All of th Hoelamations were well re
ceived by the audience, and evinced study and
practice in the art-ortorj-by every speaker. Eight
prizes were placed in tbe hands of an educated and
competent committee for distribution among the best
Reclaimer and those who excelled in' punctuality
and deportment These prizes were the gift of our
liberal and public spirited fellow-citizens, Col. John
Baxter and Hon. Thos. A. E. Nelson. The follow
ing young gentlemen were the fortunate recipients
of tbe prirus :
Baxter Prize in Declamations. H. B. Rice, nrst ;
A. II. Nave, second ; John North, third ; Henry
Ludlow, fourth; Willie F. Craig, (honorary, fifth.)
Nelson Prizes in Punctuality ana Deportment.
Willie P. Craig, first; James Maynard, second;
John McCoy, third; Theodore Shetterly, fourth.
The ability and energy displayed by the Faculty
of this Institution should receive the highest com
snendation and be rewarded by a large attendance
of students at the opening of tbe next sess ion on
the 13lh of September.
Before the war nearly all the C&tton btates were
represented at the University in this city. There
are enough young men and boj9 in Erist Tennessee
(6adly in need of education i wkose parents are able
to educate them to make our University one of the
most flourishing schools in the South. We trust
our people will arouse on this subject and come to
tbe wise conclusion that the best investment to be
made is in the education of the rising generation.
Rev. Thomas W. Humes, President of the Uul
treity, is well known in Ea9t Tennessee, and many
sections of the South, Uis eminent character for
integrity, energy and ability, should be a guarantee
of the proper management of the Universitv. Ills
assisiacta are worthy and competent.
Important to Tennessee.
Washington-, D. C, July 28, ISOd.
yUnrs. BrownkiD, llaxcs Sf Co. :
UtNTLEMEN Both JJouBts of Congress have
unanimously p&esed a law extending the provisions
of the act of July 4th, 1864, to the loyal citizens of
Tennessee. Under the provisions of this act all com
missary and quartermaster stores taken and used by
tbe army of the United Slates from loyal citizens
are directed to be paid upon proper proof. I will
send you a copy of the law as soon as I can obtain
it.
ilost respectfully yours,
A. M. HUGBEs,
Agent State of Tennessee.
iiiiai u intra iiuua.
Tbe passage of the Constitutional Amendments
by the Legislature was great triumph for the loy
al men of the country. The following dispatches
indicate the general feeling:
Wxshikotok, July 24, 1866.
To Governor Brownlow :
President Johnson sent a message to the House
objecting to the Tennesseejomt resolution by wgn
ini it. Credentials referred to Committee on Elec
tions, which will probable report to-night
Schtjtib Colt ax.
KtHABLE Fire Ikpchaucje. Parties desiriag
reliable and prompt pay, will find the I'hoonix In
surance Company, of Hartford, a reliable company,
having paid their heavy losses in the great Portland
fire in eight Jays after the conflagration. Se their
statement in another column. Fires are uncertain
aud thue wanting protection will find J. S. Van
Gilder, Agent, of this place, always ready to ifsae
policies in the Phoenix ever willing to pay and
the Old Hartford, of 1810 that has stood the tt
tor over half a century, of all conflagrations.
N jew countries have wants and habits peculiar to
themselves. In our widely extended &ui sparsely
settled territory, medicines ready prepared are more
employed, and are in fact a greater necessity than
in the old countries. Dr. Ayers preparations have
given the public greater confidence in this class of
remedies than had ever been felt before. Physicians 1
instead of discarding them, really favor the use ef
such ready at hnd antidotes for disease, when they
can be depended on. And we wish our readers to
know that in publishing J. C. Ayer & Co's adver
tisement, or any others of like reliable character
we think we are furnishing them as useful informa
tion as any with which we can fill our columns.
Louisville Courier.
Married, at Emory , Washington county, Va.,
jn Tuesday, July 24tb, at the residence of the bride's
father, Miss Virginia H.-C. Longley, daughter of
Edmund Longley, to Mr. Charles E. Vawter.
May life's declining sun be as bright with hope
and blissful anticipations as was the hour when the
nuptials were performed. And,
" May tim, who sheds his blight o'er aii.
And dily dooms some joy to death,
O'er thee let year o geutly fall.
They (hall Dot crush one flower beneath."'
As half In shade and half in sun
This world along it. path advance.
May that aide the nun's npun
Bo all that e". r shall meet thy glances."
Laiisu or a Corses Stose. The corner
stone of the colored Presbyterian Church will be
laid with appropriate services on Thursday, August
2d. Ceremonies will commence at 4 o'clock, p. m.
All who are friendly are invited to be present.
Lev: LitLisoN,
Edw. Livingston,
Hamilton Wels.ee,
Wm. Nelbok,
Neptcse CorrtN,
David Scaggs.
G. W. Le Vere, Pastor.
Cva.i i ok Cholera. The following story is of
course imported :
A pbpician who was cot very familiar with the
symptoms or the remedies for the cholera was called
in to prescribe for a cobbler who believed himself
suffering from the epidemic. He told him to take
certain remedies, and called in to see him next day,
hen he was informed that Crispin was cured ; in
fact so well was he, he had gone to work.
' Indeed' said the doctor, ' that is well, you see
my prescription has anewered admirably."
"Net so!" they answered , "he would cot take
the medicine."
Indeed! What then did Le do T
' Took a loitle of Roback's Stomach Bitters!"
Quarterly Meetings, KnoxTllie District
M. E. Church Second Quarter.
Dandridge, Henry's X Koads, August l;th and
;:nh.
Sevierviilo, Middle Creek, Autrust 25th and 26th.
East Knoxville, Temperance Hall, September, 1st
and 2d.
Knoxville, Court House. September 6th and 9th.
Knox, Camp-Meeting, Fountain Head. Septem
ber 22d and 23d.
Jaokboro September 29th and 30'.h.
Clinton. October Cth and Tth.
Little River. October 13th and 14th.
Mavnardville, Mount Pleasant, October
and 21st.
Thomas H. Pearxe, P.
20th
E.
Second Bound of Quarterly Meetings
for Athens Circuit.
Madisonville, August 18 and 19.
Maryville, Carpenter's Camp Ground, August
26 and 26.
Athens Station, September 1 and 2.
Sewee, September 8 and 9.
Athens Circuit, September 15 and 16.
Decatur Circuit September 22 and 23.
Loudon. September 29 and 30.
Kiagstoc, October 6 and 7.
Montgomery, OctoDer 13 and 14.
Jim Town, October 20 and 21.
J. Albert Htdkx, P. E.
Refused to Gire nim l'p.
Oov. Jenkins, of Georgia, recently made a rcqui- j
sition k u Gov. Brownlow for the person of a gallant !
Federal oSiccr at Nashville, the nephew of Gen. !
Uurnside, upon a charge of stealing cotton. The j
Governor refused to surrender him, and the Georgia
rebels speak of it as an outrage, and threaten to carry i
the ease before: i resident. When.it becomes ne- !
ct-ssary the Governor of Tennessee will lay the cor- :
respondence twfore tbe country, which will vindicate
his action fully, and justify the refusal. The Presi
dent can turn aside, if he think proper, and serve
bis rebel friends by tbe surrender of a gallant Fed-
Washisotok, July 24, 1866.
To Governor Brownlow :
Election Committee reoorted favorablv on all
your Credential!, and Stoke, Maynard and Taylor
sworn in amid profound silence followed by trreat
applause. ' .
ScHTrrxiR Colfax.
Dm Mo i es, Iowa, July 24, 1866.
Gov. W. G. Brownlow
The State of Iowa tenders the loyal 'masses of
Tennessee a hearty welcome to their places in the
American Union.
By courage, perseverance, and unflinching devo
tion to principles yoa have gained a zlorioua tri
umph over treason at home and opposition at the
r eaerat vapiiai.
If the other Southern States will follow, vour no
ble example, our now disordered Union will soon be
reunited in oonas mat wui De perpetual.
Wm. Stoxx,
Jovernor of Iowa.
WANTS.
WANTED.
50,000 Pounds Ginseng t
- 50,000 Pounds Feathers!
25,000 Pounds Beeswax !
R. A. HOLDPN A CO..
CTVin Htreet, Cincinnati,
O.
$1,500
2Ichiu. Three new
Loral Tennesseeans in Council.
Loyal Southern Unionists are invited to
meet in council at Philadelphia, Septem-
Der 3d.
The well known names of Fowler. Stokes.
Underwood and Hamilton are an assurance
of its objects. Tennessee has been in a pe
culiar degree the battle ground in the late
armed struggle. She is among the first to
accept the new order ot things heartily and
in good faith. Here now continues, too, in
a peculiar sense the battle of sentiment
the struggle between the remains of rebel
opinion and unconditional support of prin
ciples of equal justice fundamental to the
preservation ot liberty and the Union.
Loyal men must rule. Traitors must take
back seats. Treason must bo made odious.
The entire State should be fully represented.
We propose that the loyal, unconditional
Union members of the Legislature, citizens
, r "v . i mi , ... , ,
vi i-sasuviiie, ana citizens wnoraay do pres
ent from any other q'uarter of the State,
meet at the hall of tho House of Represen
tatives, at 4 o clock p, m., Saturday, the 2m.,
to select delegates to attend said convention,
and take any other action deemed necessary.
John Eaton, jr..
John J, Porter,
A. J, Fletcher,
E. S. Stanford,
John A. Fusous,
S. C. Mercer,
Henry Stone,
William Wines,
J. S. JIulloy,
N. Dedby,
S. B. Brown,
Silas F. Alleu,
C. P. Wescott,
J. D. Faulkner,
R. K. Sample,
J. J. Noah.
Joshua B. Frierson,
John Aldridgc,
Joseph Powell,
Thomas J. Cypert,
G. W. Keith,
Samuel M. Arnell.
James ilullius.
H, P. Murphy,
J. M. Melton,
S. R. N. Pattou,
W. H, Shepherd,
H. G. Flagg,
G. W. Blackburn,
R. H. Milroy,
E. W. Metcalfe,
Fclly Dxvilopid. The New York Trib
une has the following upon " Fully Devel
oped Legs of Perfect Women :"
But is it not quite time ve were having
some plain truth on so simple a matter?
Will not some advocate for beauty and sym
metry tako the part of the women and the
hoop skirt makers, and avow boldly that
concealment of the person is no part of the
design of present fashions, nor any intrinsic
portion of female modesty ? . Instead ot be
ing a thing for reprobation, should it (the
skirt) not rather be upheld? Why should
the women hide the charms of their loco
motive organs ? Do we not delight to see
the feet and shapely little limbs of children,
and adorn, decorate, and exhibit them with
commendable pride ? Is there anything in
decent in that? and are not the fully devel
oped legs of perfect women quite as attrac
tive and admirable ?
Besides, this new device is really a very
old one. As eayly as 1757 an old Eng
lish poet said :
" With eilks and hoof full &r yards wide.
To show us how their garters are tied."
It is not to be supposed that the purer
nifctincts ot maidens, mothers, and wives
could repeat such odious follies if there were
anything. Perhaps there is nothing to
which the motto could be more appropriate
ly applied unless it were the garter, of which
it was originally said, " Honi soiqvi nial y
pense.
Tennessee.
The Chicago Republican of July 21, uu
der this caption, says :
" The importance of the action of the
Tennessee Legislature, in "oTTEniTig.the way
for the admission of the Representatives of
that State, is greater than appears on the
surface. It is now pretty well ascertained
that the President is prepared, the moment
Congress adjourns, to depose the State Gov
ernment in Tennessee and establish a mili
tary one. Had he been successful in defeat
ing the ratification of the amendment, such
a measure would have prevented its ratifi
cation hereafter, because whatever new
Government he might establish would be
organized upon the basis of hostility to that
amendment. The action of the Legislature,
however, places the amendment beyond his
reach in that State, and it furnishes Con
gress with the opportunity of recognizing
that State Government, and of admitting
Senators and Representatives who are per
sonally loyal. Resolutions were promptly
introduced in both houses of Congress, de
claring Tennessee to be entitled to the
privileges of a State; and we trust there
will be no delay in passing them. They are
essential to the preservation of peace.
They are essential to the prevention of Ex
ecutive tyranny; and essential to tne protec
tion of Congress from the dictation of the
President.
FEB TEAK! Wo want Azonts ererT.
hm to sell finr ivwnvtn . )il
' Machiui-s. Three new kinds, fndcr and upper feed. Sent on
I trial. W arranted tve years. Abore salary or large commission
1 paid. The oslt machine sold in the United States for less
than HO, which an ticemtd If How, WketUr fc Wilton,
urvttr Daker, Bmgm- Co., a3 aachtuitr. All other cheap
machines are infrmfMtttU and the tlUr ox tutr are UabU to ar
rs, fin4 d mpriummrnt. Illustrated circulars scut frse. Ad
drew, or call upon Shiw k Clark, at Biddeford, Maine, or
Chicago, IU. . , . Jolyll-ly
M0TH tAeenta wanUd for six e-y,:j, nrx
artieka. Inst oat. Addnsa 0. T. OAKLEY. CitT
Biddeford, Mo. - v . Julyll ly
Building, Bid;
PROPOSALS.
SEALED ' PROPOSALS WILL BE
recelred at tu office of the Knoxrille and Kentucky Bail
road Company nntll Augast 1st, IS';, for the graduation and
masonry of that part of Ibelr road extending from Clinton to
Conl Creek, between ten and eleven miles in length.
Bids wilt be received for the whole, or for sections of one
mile. Bidders will accompany their proposals with the names
of two responsible persons as sureties for tbe performance of
the work.
Tbe profile and specifications can be seen at the office of the
Company at Knoxville, after tbe 15th inst. For farther In
formation address ADKIAN TIRRY.
' DUd,on U .iiy of January, 18B5, Rev. Ashley
Wynn, at hit residence ia Sevier county, Tenriassee, in the
utty-nfth year ox nu ago- , , ,
- The.daoeased was a son of ilkennali and Mary Wyn, '
bora ob the 20th of September, 1901, in Lee county, Va.,
where he lived notilhe arrived at the years of maturity. '
While n the crime of life, he ambraeed Chrisii.mtv ;
sited himself to the Methodist EpUcopa! Church. Soon f A S WE EXPORT GINSENG TO CHIXA,
after feeling hit duty to proclaim salvation te a fallen we can offer inducements to dealers.
raee, be was licensed to preach, and joined the Holstoo
Conference, taking upon himself the duties and responki
bUitres of au itinerant minister, aud conseerating himself
wholy to the temce of God. After laboring one year in
his new situation, lie was uoited in rc&rri.ie with ilifi
Nancy Porter, of Sevier county, Tcuaetrie, in November,
1829, bat continued traveling two year, after his marriage,
at the expiration of which time being in delicate health,
and tbe cares of a family devolving on him ho located,
returned to hit home in Sevier county, where he remain
ed until called to inherit his reward in Heaven. He was
ordained Deacon in tha Methcditt Episcopal Church at
Ebenezer, O reeue county, Tena., on the 7th day of No
rubber, 1830, by Bishop Souk.
Father Wyun's walk in life wm truly that of a Chris
tian, uniform according with the spirit of our holy relig
ion. Humane and magnanimous toward hi fellow-men ;
cheerful, warmhearted and ryinpathetic in his social rela
tions, be won the hearts of his people Humble and un
asscming ia deportment, faithful in the discharge of ev
ery duty, Oodly in walk and conversation, he enjoyed tbe i
universal confidence of all with whom he waa acquainted. J
tie gloried u great revivals of rcugioc, and was never so
perfectly in his own sphero as when exhorting sinkers to
repentance, or kneeling with them at the altar of prayer,
invoking the mercy of God npun them, and pointing them
to the Cross of Christ But now with him f.ieh scenes
are over, his work is done, his probation ended, hi last
warning to a lost world has been given, the mortal body
has returned to its native clay, and the ransomed spirit
has taken its flight to the land of eternal felicity.
For several years previous to bis death he was severely
aflicted with rheumatism and disease of the lungs; prob
ably the result of the exposure to which he ,wa? subject
while ia the discharge of his du iea as a traveling preach
er, bis field of labor being principally in the mountain
ous region of Western North Carolina, anl tho adjoining
counties of Tennessee. Hi pulmonary affection increas
ed, and finally terminated iu consumption, the fatal mal
ady which ended hit pilgrimage on earth. Though tiy
feeble, he continued to preach, when hi; itrengib would
admit, until about three weeks be!T. Lf leath. at wbi'.-h
time be preached his last sermon from these word : " For
I am not ashamed of the Gospel cf Christ, for it W the
power of God unto Salvation to every one that believeth."
For several days previous to this he had been attending a
protracted meeting ia the neighborhood, had labored
mocb day and night. Such was bis energy nuiX zeil in
tbe work, and love for the cause in which he was enlicUJ,
that no reasonable impediment would prevent his atten
dance. The fatigne and exposure attendant upon hs la
bors, and the excitement of the meeting bad rendered liL
strength inadequate to the task ; and when tbe scran u
was ended he wa nearly exhausted. From tui-: lime he
grew rapidly worse. Hi cough, wLL-h had become vtry
troubleromo increased in teverity so as to deprive bitn
entirely of res'. From La nature j iii? diseasi.", it
soon bceauie evident to all thai be ni:i;: soon pass av;ay.
Sympathizing friends crowded around Lift ' j soothe aod
comfort him in the last hours of life,' and drop tbe Uor 'f
humanity with hi afflicted family.
An aged widow, two sons and a dau.1nir, i'evet;il
grand-children, and a;iy friends murn hi? absent.
The Church militant ha; lojt in him a worthy mem
ber, a bright and shibiuglight. A ynipajhi.:Ing commu
nity feel that a good ciikeu au.i most excellent man has
been removed from their midst. Ilia liie yij.i a bright exaui-
Julyll 2t
. Chief. Eng'r," Knoxville and Ky. B. B. Co.
FOR SALE.
SALE OF BANKIEG HOUSE AND LOT.
ON THE 4th DAY OF AUGUST
next, the Banking bouse and lot belonging to tbe Bant
of Tennessee ia KnoxtiUe, will be sold at tha Banking house
to the highest bidder, on one, two, and thr year's time, with
interest from dte,- payable in United State Treaaary note,
or their eqnita eut. Tha lot will be divided in three parts aad
sold and afterwards sold altogether, aud the sale will be con
firsud that will bricg the most taou?y.
8. WATSON,
Jaly4tds ' ' " Truite of fha Bank-of Tennessee.
MEDICINES.
DRUGS, &c.
REAL ESTATE FOB SALE.
.NO. 1.
A FARM OF 200 HUNDRED ACRES
1 - two miles east from Knoxville, Tenn., all of which is
cleared and in cultivation in corn, oats, clover and grass.
Thar Is a lurg two-stury Brick House, two Barns, and other
oct.houses. I'pon it is a good spring and a few Apple Trees.
This farm is immediately upon the Knoxville aad Batledge
NO.
Is a Farm of ICS Acres 1 miles from Knoxville. I hers ia
upon it a very good, small Frame ene-storv House, and a
large and excellrut spring and a ftw good reach and Apple
Trues. .There is V Acres of cVared land, all of which Is in
grass and clover.
0. 3.
Is a small tract of lau 1 of 11a Acivs i miles from Knox
ville, npon the Knoxville and Batledge Pike. There is no
house upon this land. Flty Acre of it is cleared. Tbe East
Tennessee and Virginia Bail &oad pa;?s through it, and there
is fluoniarule Ufou it.-
NO. 4.
INSOLVENCY.
-. " INSOLVENT NOTICE. -ALL
PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
- airrunat the estate of Win. 8. Hall, deceased, late a citi
zen of Knox-county, Tenn., are hereby no ti fled to file them
properly antbect!"caid, with the Clerk of the County Court,
on or before the 15th day of October, or the time will he
furever barred both in law and equity, the insolvency cf said
ut LavicgLecr. ztAil to the Count; Court of said conn
tv, Jnlv 15:h, lS'.Hi.
jalyis-at M. D. BEARDEN, Adm'r.
Is a two-story Frame Residence, with Ten Booms and Ten
Acres of land, uao mile east of the court house. This Besi
deuce is situated upon a point 3d feet higher than Fort Sun
ders, and has a fine view of the Cumberland and other moun
tains and the Tennessee Kiver.
NO. 6.
pie of the power of graco; his death a scene of 'riuirpb.
''servant of God. wtil dot! it!
Thy glorious warfare ya?:-,
Thy battles s fought, the race is 6ii7
And thou urt crowned at last. Iv'csiV,..
M. C. T. -
. NOTICE OP INSOLVENCY.
rPHE INSOLVENCY OF THE ES-
TATE of Wm. Brown having bn properly susgssted to
ih Comity Court of tbe county of Aaiiernon : It was ordered
Ly the court that all creditor of said kstate file Ur'ir claims
ttiltlieuttcnUd, in the manner prescrilx-d t.y law, with the
Ck-rk of th County Court for the county of Anderson, on or
before the 1st Monday ot December, ISoti, that thev may re
ceive their pro rata of said estate. This id dav of julv, 13ti0.
july-JS-ut L. D. BltyWN. Administrator.
NOTICE OP INSOLVENCY.
A LL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
against tii o.itatu of A. S. T.tyl.ir, deceased, lateacitiicn
of Biouut county. Tena., as-e ltcf 'y nti!led to present them
protK'rly authenticated, on or ' ef..'r.- t -iih day of Septem
ber, liiu, or the Basil will be forever ivired, both in law and
equity. the insolvency of s.;id t-ettit" hs.virig been suggested.
jnlrMt - SAMUEL C. 1LANAGAS, Adm'r.
INSOLVENT NOTICE.
THE UNDERSIGNED AS ADMINIS
TBATOR of the estate of Jacob Yocust, deceased, ha v.
ing suggested tho insolvency of said estate to the County
Court of Campbejl county, all persons having claims against
said estate are hereby notified to file their claims, authentica
ted as the laV required, on or before the first Monday in De
cember next, bo that appropriate distribution of said estate
may be made, or they will be barred according to Act of As
seaibly. Said accounts to be tiled in thj office of the Cl'Jk of
the Couuty Court of Campbell county, in Jacks boro.
Given under my hand, iilst of June, l&ot.
jnlyll 3t r. H. B HATCHER, Adia'r, Ac.
A large two-story Brick' Dwelling, with sixteen rooms, and
Fifty Acres of Land, two Barns and other out-honsvs, and
good spring. Two miles from Knoxville, and upon tho Knox
ville and Birledge Plk. -
NO. 6.
I a Farm. & miles rrein Knoxvfll, 212 Acres, luu Acre
cleared, and in clover, the other good timber, a small log house,
and barn, good springs. Th East Tennisce and Virginia
Kailr a4 passs throujjh it. -
NO. 7.
A siuali traei of Laua of Sixty Acrci, of very rich upland,
3 mile from Knoxville, and upon the East Tennese3 and
Virginia Railroad, Twenty Acres of which Is cleared, and
the other Forty linHy timbered.
. NO. 8. '.
Is One. lluuiiicd . -r- of Land, halt" a mile front the Eat
Tenueuee aud.Virg iia liailroad Depot, and upou the Knox
ville and Katle-ie Ttke. No improvements, fenced and in cnl
t;vati"u in corn and oatK. .
NO. 9; . "
AtWo-story Brick Dwelling koow, ? of a mile from the
court tiouso, aud in East Knoxville Corporation. There art
Ten Acres of very rich river bottom in cultivation as a vege
table garden attached to thu place. There are eight rooms,
and a brick kitchen.
NO. 10.
Vai ant Lots. Ouj hundred and Fifty .vacaui
in tho CorporstioM. .
To a LotK
" NO. 11.
Is Sixteen Acres of unimproved Laud iu. the Corporation of
East Knoxville, known as Flini Uiil, where formerly stood
the residence c f Judge Vhit'j. Theru is a fine spring upon it
with the exclusive right to it. . It fronts about 1,000 feet npon
the rivjr, au.J U half, mil frosa the caurt hou".
Sebkkade to Gov. Brownlow. A few dasJ
since the Colored Soldiers' National jVccjue sfeh nli- !
ded Gov. Brownlow as a testimonial of their givio- i
ful acknowledgments for his vigorous an d persis- ,
tent support of the constitutional atitendoient , and :
in honor of the admission of Tnne.-e? into full j
folk wship ia the Union . j
Jous Minor Botts, in his Fourth ot Juiy d- j
dress at Baltimore said : "We ire all Johnson uaa; !
the only difference is one goes for what Johnson j
sari and the other for what he does !"
The President continues to manifest hi love for j
the soldiers in a remarkable manner. In Burling- ;
ton, Iowa, he has given the post ufiice to Thomas j
French, a very moderate Republican, over Captain ;
Holliday, who was wounded and disabled in tbe ar-
my, and had the recommendation of Jude Wilson,
the Representative from the Burlington district. i
In x airfield, Iowa, be gives the post olnce to J. 1).
Jones, a rampant Copperhead through the war, in
stead of to Sirs. McAlister, the widow of a gallant '
soldier, who was teoommended by Mr. Wilson and ;
others. -
Kitten
ACK'S
0
"ILL
SUOAB-COATED,
PURELY VEGETABLE.
Free from Mercury
. AST) -
MIXKRAL POISON,
arv, "uudoultfrJiy, the
remedy extanv
o
a
w
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T. I. VAN GILDER, of Tenneceec,
melius, crmtiEit.dE to.,
Manufacturors of and Dp.i rs in
BOOTS and SHOES,
38 Warren Street, New York.
july26 lm
SICK .HD XERTOUS HEADACHE !
A' J.
' Oner .'i .S-a
:r...v.i., k XW
J. J. CKAIO. JA. 9.
Late Oaeu'r U. B'k, Tenn.
Knaxrille.
MOBrON. J.4S. MORTON,
Lat.j Cush'r B'k of Teuu.
Nashville.
Andrew Johnson's Perfldy.
Ihe Chicago Tribnue, speaking of tlio lato
Senator Lane, of Kansas, says : '
Lane had a relative in New York named
Judge Davies brother of the well known
author of Davies' Algebra. This Judge Da
vics was au applicant for the New York
Collectorihip of Customs, who pressed his
claims with great vigor. The President
Eromised him the office on condition that
e received in return the support of the
Kansas Senator. The condition was accep
ted, and Lane became tho supporter of ' my
policy.' It was a regular bargain and 6ale
arrangement. Lane voted to sustain the
veto of the Civil Eights bill, but his vote
failing to kill the bill, the President 4 went
back' on his promise, and refused to appoint
Davies Collector of the port of Hew York.
Poor Lane had sold his birthright for a mess
of pottage, and in the end was cheated out
of tho pottage."
Ths New York llerald gets off the fol
lowing apology for the President :
The President does not admit that he
has been inconsistent, lie is as much oppos
ed to treason and traitors as ever he was,
and punishing them severely. But there is
no treason and no traitors now."
This explanation deserves to be patented.
It reminds us somewhat of the noted Ilis
tory of Ireland, in which Chapter X.was
headed. 'On the Snakes in Ireland." The
entire chapter consisted of the sentence:
Tlure tire no snakes in Ireland."
Southern and Western Exchange Office.
CRAIG, MORTON & CO.,
Brokers and Commission .Merchants,
As. C WALL STREET, SEW YORK.
pORRESPONDENTS AND SPECIAL
J Agents for Southern and Western Bank', Merchants and
Railroad Companies, Xegociate Loans aci Biioiuess Paper.
HAKE COLLECTIONS, Purchase and . s-il Government
and other Securities on Commission.
Also, giTe particular attention to the ruroiiasa -and Ship
ment of all kinds of Dry Good", Groceries, u., on orders.
julyl8-3m
J. SHIRER & CO.
MAICrrACTCBERS AND IiEiLEBe IN
Tin and Sheet-Iron Wares, Stores,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
A 51)
METAL ROOFING,
Gay Street, 3d House North of Union Street. .
JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
J. BlilBl'E. jnlylStf C. VAN STEL.nBTOvU. !
SBflnSBlBHBBVBBHiBaBHBBaHBBSaBnBBBBSBnBeMBBBSZiannCSS'ft
0 S "s " --Pi-l affiwtv f-.r th
!.,..: liier.iSirtie t trx bovreia,
' t'.:-:rly t-.-m.'ir.g Oioeaijaes. As a
g LIVER PILL
.'k: linv- iio r.(il, Wii.g oom
j i-csoit of t1-. mot:
! Powerful Veqetable Extracts
Q hi.'h ra.ve i -i;rr: action on tha
p 8PLIJEN AND LIVER,
.in be
Thy
til
Q
itm happy rf.;.- of nh."oh
in aiW or wo ,n&$.
Item or, th It tie,
Assist Ifiyrstion,
Vnt'f t'ostireness,
ia f: . ti iy ..iv, a.H th-;r n&me
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a
o
BLOOD PILLig
TAILORING.
0
"The Lifa-Ghiiig' Prinoiple," j
- T0. 13.
- Is Eighty-five Acrs of un'mprovu Land, kss limn a ini'.o
from th.- court houc, i.ii a part of 'vhich ; in the Corporation.
XO. 13. - -Cue
Tract ul Lud of Eighty-four Acre-i, auuth ot the river,
and half mile from tha court hcuiL-, and fronting npon tho
river about i,0 feet, tr;r rich, bM hilig. Thai is fine rd
marbla upon this laud. - -
NO. 14.
Ten Acres of Marbie Laud, known as th Sllgo Marble land,
lying npon the aet Tennessee and Virginia Railroad, aad
two miles eiot from KuXTille.
15.
A lim Mine, ojt xnila from KnJJiTlIJe, and Ton Acres of
land.
. Tb hol or any part of the aboe property 13 offered at
private sale, at fair pricvi, ou ona two and thrso years' tima;
or for
HlauLjr' Fank of Tennesse.-,
Union B:T)k of Tennctc-u,
Bank of Tennensue, (old iss je,) . ..
. - ' B ink of Chattanooga, -
Ocoes Bank of Tennessee, (old sin
Or Greeabcka JOS. A. MABRY,
jzaeCtt - Knonrille, Tean.
VALUABLE HILLS AND WATER POW
Eil FOR SALE.
rpiIE Loanii; Floor UilU, 6aw Mill, aud S Mni of land,
I with comfortable dwelling boom on ths bank of ths
Boletoo Biver. fifteen miles below Kaoivlllt, in tbe town of
Lonnmllerl9 now
apply to
offered for
sep-iOtf)
sale.
For fsrthsr particulars
KENNEDY A BBO'B.
UOR SALE. tOO HUNDRED ACRES
- oa tbe Tenm-isoo River, at the Mouth of Pinsy Biver
Nearly ail if first cUsd river bottom land, level and very pro
ductive. Oheredat iS'lr) one-half what it has been sold
for. 1: ia ne1 land, p.irt cf it fctill In timber,
jalvlltf COOKKILL A &EYM0CB.
POR SALE. 85,000 ACRES OP UNIM-
L PBOVED LAXD3 indifferent parts of East Tennessee,
containing immense mineral wealth. Well adapted to stock
graizing, with some splendid sites farms, and water power.
Also, some of the landx are well suited to settle colonies of
Emigrants. P".rtieuU:ri respecting tcery kind 0 land in Eat
Tsnnesaee, icillbs proinytly and gratuioly givtn, bit v.ddrtnivg or
calling on. COCKB1LL A SE V5IOCB,
Heal Estate Brokers,
dec20ti" . Knoxville, Teno.
TOR SALE. IMPROVED LANDS IN
-- in all parts of Eait Tennessee, prices and location to salt
all kindn of purchasers. Address or cll on
'l'-2Utf COCK KILL Si SEYMOCR.
T?OR SALE A FINE FARM OF 200
-i- Acres, thrte miles from Kncn-Me, on the Clinton naJ, lftJ
Acres begvily timbered. A (rood frame house with five rooms
besides hall and kitchen, two log honse3( 3tbl", A;., rich soil,
and lies well. Oi!-ri verv low.
janlOtf " COtKKILL A SEYMOUR.
f70R SALE. 2,000 ACRES OF FINE
A. Farming Laud, In Scott county, 12" miles from Hunts
vllle, 150 Acres under cultivation. Acres of Creek bottom
bind which prodnci-s remarkably well. A grove of 3D0 Sugar
Mapl trees, near the bouse. Well timbered and well wat Ted.
A niH'nirici nt tiek farm. On the rout of tbe proposed East
Tennessee aid K ut'iekv rmlroad.
Miir2Srt ' OOOKRILt & SKYMOCR.
strike ii
GEORGE A. MeNUTT,
(r"ornerly of A. G. Jackson & Co.,)
.MERCHANT TAILOR,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL' DEALK3 IK
CLOTHING
AND
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
No. 1, Coffin'B Block, Gay Street,"
it4
'.:.fe:i ,;,( ii-je ..ui i i
its vtry root, irnvine tha i
-y . ;-! ri in the fiiU vigor of-hentth: :
t.re I'hKl i.t I H HARMLESS TO
im ams. ok pkhsons of the
musi ij:i,iavi; coxstitu-
'1'IWN-, ;.! -i : ro
SAFEK, SUHEH ANDBfiTTEH
Purgative Ell
janHtf
KXOX VILLE, Xi.V.
EDUCATION.
tl-.;m h'.i evT bctbr l-eea a7.-.iible
to ni:iiiKi:. J, uiji, being thickly SI'
G VR-i 'lAl KI. rr- oire.?i,,v Mapt.
3d f REMEDY KOR CHILDREN,
and persons -who have a dread of
w:-.!!owir.j a. j.ill. They r.rp, im
'iotstiouurv, o .o of o;ir most
Sii'.t-tactory CATHARTICS,
v .'i no r.oii.seriM
should be with-
0!
M
3
-1,500 ACRES IN . AN
1 miles from Clinch Kiver. A splen-
COLLEGE FOR YOUNG LADIES,
WATEEBZRY, COXSECTICCT.
THE NEW BUILDING IS ENTIRELY
completed, having ell the modern improvements of Steam
Ueat, Ventilation, Hot and Cold Baths, Uymnusium, etc.
Tho school embraces three distinct departments with a r. --
ular coarse of study in each.
Tha faculty consists of nineteen toacbereund professor.
Beferinces. Bct. T. W. liuiacs, and Jas. C. Moses, Esj .
Knoxville.
Janela-3m Kov. B. G. WILLIAMS, FiiiicjpJ.
A.
0'.it -.hem. " r
A77
OR SALE.-
I)EK0X county
did plantation. Very rich soil.- 2'SJ Acres now nnder cultiva
tion. Seven homes v. i!h ou-buil,!ings. A Church, School
Houe, Doctoi's o:Ht'.- and Blacksmith's Shop on the land
I'ost OlMre ou tli- Mrm. V.'iil he old for 51i,i)00, and is very
d -iratde pp-p-Tt v would mske half-a-dozen good farms.
mar'iSif COCKRILL i SEYMOUR.
PRINCE, WALTON k CO..
(Succeiiioij to Pr. C. V. Rol-.tek.)
eOLK PROPKIETOiW,
Nos. 66, 68, 60 & 62 East Third St
CIJVCISiJV.VTI, O.
j The Bolters. The poor bolters catch it on all
j bands. Mr. Richards of Shelby, asked that the
j House journals be corrected so as to show that Mar
j tin, bolter from Jackson, answered " Not present !"
when bis name was called on tho ratification vote.
! Col. Patton asked that the journals also show
i that the doors of the committee room in which Mar
j tin and Williams were standing were thrown open
j fit the time of the vote, so that they could distinctly
i hear their names called.
BROOKLYN HEIGHTS SEMINARY,
88 VOSTAGVB STSEET, VROGKLYX.
THIS INSTITUTION TOR TUE ED
CCATION of young ladies has been iu iueccssfa! opera
tion for the post fifteen yesn.
Thorough instruction is given in all the bmudttk cf a solid
aud polished education. A pleasant bome is furnished iu the
family of the Principal, whoke special attention is ;vt-l tj th.'
social cultivation and improvement of hhptipilg.
The Academic Year will commence the l"ib ot SeptentV '-r
nejt. For particular information, reference eaa be mado to
Messrs. George W. Mabry and James If. Cowan, patren of
ths Seminary ; also to Col. O. P. Temple, all of h-noivilie.
JylStf 0HABL& II. WEST, Principal.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
D.'G. TERRY,
LADIES' AXD GENTLEMEN S'
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER, i
T WANT MY. FRIENDS AND TUE !
A public in geucral, to take due notice and jovera them- I
selves accordingly, that I - am now prepared to make all
kinds of Gents' fine Frjnch and American- Calf Sev.-ed Boots, i
Patent Leather Boots, and Congress (iaiters. Also, L&die' ;
Gaiters, Balmorals, and Slippers. All kindj uf repairing done
with neatness and dispatch. Shop in Lamar Hone building, '
on Cumberland street, two doors from Gay, Oie tr.e a rail, i
UHUtm . TiKKV.
DENTISTEY .
DOCTOR FOtCHE,
D E XT LS T.
OFFICE : Gav titrtrt
Are Sold by all Druggists and
Dealers In Patent Medicines
EVERYWHERE.
TENNESSEE COLONIAL
Immigration . Company,
Incorporated by an Act of tho General
Assemblv of the State of Tennessee,
Passed May 24, 1866.
Authorized Capitol, i,JOO,000.
20,000 Shares of UO Each.
ORGANIZATION'. '
Ouo vboiisaud share of Stock having bev.ii ueocriooJ, the
L'jmpanv proceeded to organize by the ulcctioa of ths follow,
itig Board of Dlractors :
Maj- -Geu. UKfi. H. THOMAS,
- " " R. V. JOUSSOS,
SAIIFEL WATSoy
J11CUAEL Bl RNS,
J. W. PARAMOBE. '
J. C. CIEF.S, ' ' -
AP. JI. IIEi LEBOW KB
olflCtBs U.EvIl 3V tUfc JilU. -
.Mbj. Gea. GEO. U. THOMAS, President.
' K. W. JOHNSltt", Vice President.
FELIX B. CHEATHAM, SecreUrr. -ANSOX
JiELS'JN, Treasurer. ' ' '-
JOSEPH 3ACDEK, General lm. Aj-nt.
VOR SALE. A MAGNIFICENT FARM
-L of 1,(X)0 Acr es, on the llolston Rivr( five miles from the
railroad. j Acr-a of Kiver bottom, and 300 Acres of the very
best upland now nnder cultivation. Thre comfortable hou
ses, with all oni-'inildiugs. Very fine timber, which can be
rafted to Knoxville at a very small expense.
This property will In divided to suit purchasurs, and affords
a rare opportunity for investment. Price per Acre,
marl's-tl" I'OL'K Rl LL A SKYAI0UR.
OR SALE. 195 ACRES, Folk Miles
am Knoxville. Bidlinz land, with a rich soil. A
good Grist Mill. A young vineyard. 6 Acres under good
feuco. Price SJ.'J'Ai.
mar28tf COCK KILL A SEYMOUR.
CIRCUIT COURT MONBOE COUNTY
BILL TO SELL LAND.
1). II. Che-tuu t vs. Robert L. Reynold and others.
TN THIS CAUSE IT APPEARING TO
i the court, from the allegations contained In said bill, that
Bobert L. Reynolds, one of tbe defendants in the canse, is a
noa-resideut of thu State of Tennessee, therefore tha ordina
ry pro-.ei cf la cannot re;U him. It ia therefore consid
ered by the court that publication be made for four
successive weeks in Bruwnlow'e Whig, requiring the said re
spondent, Reynolds, to be aad appear before tbe Circuit Court,
to oe held for tho county of Mnuroe, at tho court housa In
Madisoniitle, on the' second Monday of September neit, to
plead, answer, or demur t j tha cDmplainaat'a proceeding", or
the san will be taken ns confessed, and set lir hearing
psrte.
Witness, Wm. M. Smith, Clerk of said Court, at office in
Madisonvilla, 3 Monday of May,
pfj WM. II. SMITH, C.'srk.
Jamej L. ilosi o. ilcLinn Kerr, Win. Kerr, Jesso Kerr
and Marion Cine.
II APPEARING THAT SAID DE-
J- FfcNDANTtJ are noa-rtsidents of the State of Tennessee,
or sc rtbsconds- sat the ordinary process of law cannot reach
them : It theswfcr eendered by th court that publication be
made tor lour psk:cc-iv'j weens in iSrowulow s hig, notify
ing s;iid defead -.'ti to It, atid appear before tbe circuit court at
a court t o be he!.! for tho county of Monroe, at tho court nous?
in itiaisoii'. Me, ou the tcoud Monday ot beptember next, to
plead, answer, or demur to the plaintiff' proceedings, or the
same will bo taken as confessed and set for hearing tx parte.
Witness, Wm. M. Smith, Clerk of said court, at office la
Sladisonville, the socoad Mjndav of May, lsfri.
JalylMtpB WM. 31. SMITH, Clerk.
VALUABLE FARM FOR SALE.
A FARM OF TWO HUNDRLD ACRES,
1. ljijmiks fr..;a Telford's Depot, on tho East Tennesseo
and Vnginia Railroad, 7 miles front Jouesboro', mile from
Washington College, ia 'VMiiiiijjtos county, Tennessee, 110
Acres of which is cleared, Oil Acres in timber!
There is a good Meadow, a fine Orchard, aud as Sad a Spring
as tbjre is iu Eat Tenaessej, cn tho farm. For convenience
to mills, schools and chnrche-, this faam is unsurpassed.
There is a spring of never fairing water in every field on the
place,'a two story hriei dwelling with six room's, aud necessa
ry oit buildings. It is an excellent Wheat, Grass, and Corn
farm. Is sold for division among h.-irs. - For particalar aud
terms of sale, address E- G. bilASNON,
JnlylS-3t No. a'.l, West BaUimore !st., Baltimore,.M J.
REWARD.
$250 DOLLAES REWARD.
THE STATE
vritLIAM G. BRoWLOW, G0VERX0B OF
ot itJist:s,
TO ALL WHO SHALL SHALL Efc TBESS PKSEKT GbLKI'I.N'O :
7 HERE AS. IT HAS
W
the National
Kstabiished iu Knoxville in
tions only performed in his efflco.
om door
Bank,
First
fOtltU tit
i.t--U'-Qiui t'p-r--i
!!iv:itf
e
5 J
e
o
es
THE LEADING OBJECTS OF THE
Company are to encourage immigration to our State, and
to so;, ply the tktaand tor every description of labor.
Th-.-y propose to accomplish the first of these objects by the
Tjurchastntr of lands, where suitable water low or nthr ad
vantage? may le had for manufacturing purpose; and also lat,) of our. conil'y "f Grainger, has
by purcuasiug lands in large tracts, near cities, rivers and uow ruuuiug at iai e.
railroads. These lands will be divided tnto suitable lots or j 5"ow, therefore, I, vv. . Browulow, Goveruor as aforesaid,
traet-. ami alternate tracts sold to Ihe immigrant at or near ' -v v'r,ue f Pwer and authority iu me vested, do hereby
co.-t. the purchaser paying one-fortk ?ash and tbn remainder ' OIfer a Reward of TWO llL'NDICfcLI A SI) FIFTY DOLLARS,
ir one. two and three years. . ! to any person or persons who may apprehend the said John
The Company will ai met as ae--ui f.r Ur- l.ibtlhold-rs - Jancv, and deliver him to tbe Sheriff r Jailor of our county
w',,o desire t have their lands col'niz-d. " j of Knox, in order thtt jtirtic in tbu b-balf may be had and
The Ce.mpa'.y propo. s to supply the d.-iaiad tr i it -v l executed,
lurni-hiti- M--c!m:iic'.Givrdn!r. and all ilwrnii.m ,-,f I !?aid Xatice i about :i5 years of acr--, fivo feet eight inches
BEEN MADE
kaowa to m:- that a certain JOHX SAN'CE. charged
with havtug committed a fuel and atrocious Jfanier on the
Sth day of October, Wl!, puen the body of William C. McBee,
Bed irom justice and is
3 rers. Th-v will erure this labor ty tjeiiig able t guarantee ! mSn, weiiis aooui i iv puuaus, jars nair, oiuo eyes, ana oi
En empl iviiect at rerniinratiV! prices in th m't hea'thv and I bd moral character. U-j i- supposed to be lurking in th
r ' genial climate in the world, and they expsct to satisfy thai counties of Knox and tfrainger, where he m wll known.
t eniploy. r by cr.arantetig the delivering of the laborers to ! (' v ,a testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my
- him at onvfbiping point or railroad station. Oursvstem for; hfal. hand and caused the .reat Seal of the State to he
inrniiiiin? all kinds of labor to all parts of th.. s,.t,. v amxej ai .-a-QMn-. on me i-tn aay ot Jnn.
F
or its detail
r-fcrto onr circular j J VLErCHE R, '
DR. P. H. CARDWELL
EFFECTED
AN
XT AS THIS DAY
A arran foment by which he will be able In the future to
supply ail persons who nay desire, from single to a tnS set of
teeth, on the -.
VlXOAMZKIr KIKUEK BASK.
poet to make perfec
on lajxir. .... . j
The.prtKiU of the Company will be derived from the ultimate '
vU of the alternate tracts of land retunej. and from the.)
building t;p of village and towns in places adapted to that i
purpose, and from the aiding of manufactories and ths gene- !
ml development of tho agricultural and mineral resources pf
the State, and also fr?m th direct fees derived from tho supply
ing of operatives.
The bais of our stot'w beitig the land of the Company, any i
improvement of tbem must enhance tho value of the Mock in I
W. G.
y of ?tate.
BROWNLOW.
jnlyl8-lt
PROPOSALS.
PRESIDENT Jonvuov haa nnfifind trsn Tnii(1iia
eriomcer, lui ice uoTemor ot iccncsico will not . onument Uommittee that ho cannot attend the
gratify the malignant spirit of reWMom by any j layng of the corner-etone of the monument at the
uch surrender. All that is wanting in Georgia to i ,lme Trointed. Exchange. . .
impnaon or bang a t eaerai officer or soldier, is to i Reason: The President fell on the corner-stone of ! tie7 farts'.
enxnira ueiore a Georgia jury, onargea witn an ot- Ucnnessee loyalty and it has broken riim tn iow ' Remember that full set of teeth on thi method cost
tense. -v 1 NatlriU i'roJLs. r: il..r!ft'f .,4i4...)t.M.....l. h
Being the latest ImproTement in our profession, and having
been ufflcisntly tested to warrant it utility, we take pleasure in
recommending it a being far preferable in many n-specta to
any other base heretofore used. It ran be used in many In
stance where all other materials fail. No one need, therefore,
despair. Gail on me, grw me your work audi will demnns'rat
nly
PROPOSALS.
PROPOSALS WILD BE RECEIVED
J- at the office of tb Knoxville ami TI.,nrnfc- Ttailm.l
tbsame ratio, and thereby be a afc and profitable investment j Company until the iith inst., for the construction of the Tre-
to tbe stockholder, - tie work required on their line between Copper Rid?e and
, The principal offic will b in XabTiil-', Tenuev. aud the j Clinton, vi: i'ltl (four hundrel) f-et, ftwenty-tight) feet
Company deeicn to establish sub-aeenciet in evcrv eonutj in ' hish at Copnr Ridse. -shfour hundred I feet. 23 (twentv-eiiht)
! the Stare. .Sut'-cription books are in the hands of Ansoa Stl- I feet hiph, at Jordan's Bnnch: four hundred feet, twenty feet j
, son, Treasurer : Felix R. Cheatham. Secretary: and Jos. San- I hich. at Clinch River. The timber to be White Oak. the Tres- i
dek, General Imrihrration Agent, who pro authorized to re- ; tie to be on the plan of that at Knob Fork, six rail-j north of I
ceivesuberiFtio-is for the stork of the f.ompany. j KmxTille. The work to he completed by October 1st, on the j
. . Notiee to the Public,
- Id the year IMG, the writer embarked in tbe Ircg tUni
neu ia the city of Philadelphia, and whiiethuieogsjed, mad
several experiment la regard to the most desirable atoda of
preparing Fluid Extracts. My effort being saccsful the j
article being approved and used by . the Medical Faculty I j
wa deirou of placing them before the public, but hesitated !
for some tint) before concluding to retort to newspaper adver- !
tislng, knowing the prejudices that existed iu the minds cf j
-many against using advertised JeJicrsw or .Vivtrnuu, but '
through the advice of friend and thos who had n"d them
thi objection wa overcome.
After 1 year' exertions, coiumeuciLj iu a rmall wiy, the j
popularity of my article bs extended to all par: of the
Cnited State, and widely throughout Foreign couafries and.
this iu the fae cf much opposition. Every mean Lr.a been
retorted to by unprincipled dtater since their m"iit and suc
cess harttesn knew each m advertising larger bottle at le&i
price, cnaricg all othr preparation, and even copyicg uy
advertise menu bat I am happy to stats that out of tha may
who have resorted to this, none bav bten successful
MT OBJECT
Id this notice is to make fact known to th- public- aud re
spectable dealers, believiug, after so many years' xortions,
that the Drnggists will discountenance such proccedlnss, aad
that the reputation of my articles may not be damped by the
Die of inferior or spurious oaes.
Knowing that many may rand this article who are noin uu-i
ted with me, I append a few remarks from these of my native
city, and whose name are known to all parts of th world :
Being peronally acquainted ith Mr. II. T. TlcluihulJ. it
afford me pleasure ia tating I have teen moat favorably im
pressed with hi energy and iuteg.-irv, and gratified at bis
success." W il. WEIGHTMAX,
Firm uf Powers Weihtman.
Ninth and Brown Str ts, Plulid"!phU.
1
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t L.
t
l.'.l. f i f" r
ILL M
-T - -' - rr
KXOitt- TtNN.
Evt!g Bu'.Ui, l'.k,t7iJi.,..
" W hen on a visit to the city cf "ew Trk a t' w Ja. , a .
I was induced to call on mv old friend and townsman "sir. 1.
T. Helmbold, DtugUt, MB road way, X. V. HisMer- Is a
Jfuee a perfect hem the handsomest of any kind haw
ever had the pleasure of viewing, and so extensive, b'ipg ; t
feet front, five stories in hei-ut, and over 0 feet deep. It
indeed afford us much pleasure to know that he has W.'u -
successful, aud it i ample evidence of tL" merits of bis arti
clesas in our whole bnsinets experience we have not known
of tbe success of any article without .Wr, -,v fl.iv.r'iinr ri'r'--ly
bringing th nam before the pe ij.it. "
i tieo
an ad
Potr,l h n.ll.
' We do tike U; advertise wurthlev. war ..
rulated to d'-ceive our readers; and when wi r:
siae jar. iieimooi'1, wnoui we nave Known r-T years, ti
ly extend Uis advertising from year to year until I-- i
tbe largest advertiser in the I'liir. d States, we ar satisfi
the tatemects iu regard to his ai tielt-s ,jt be c..-,-if."
HELMBOLD'S EXTEACT OF BUCHU
will euro all diseases of the Kidn'-ys and Bladder, tures I'.in
or Weakness in the Back, Strictur-s, A :. ; t'ures - a! N .rv -.
Lo of JXeni'.iry. Trembiiug, Uimness 'jf Visun.
I1ELMBOLIVS FLUID EXTKACT OK BfCill"
is a pure finid extract, not a w ak t-a or int'usi a. 1- tl: . :ie
thing needful for all complaiu' i-i -i! ut t F-tta!--. I
particulars send fr l.'irjul.ir.
helmbold's FLUID KXTHACT UtCill
cures Gravel ami l)r ipsi.-al welins; eitint; in M .-. V
or Children : in fa.t, ALL UIE At r-'ouinii,- tlv a; i f ,t
Diurutic. it in trie greatest To'itc r.I l)itir-tic ka-.-.vn- -r-fectly
safe, pleasant ir. ta-;:e an 1 .-ur. ar. I iti!6flU'e ii" inaction.
aELllBuID s
Fluid Extract of Sarsapari
HloHlY C'jS'-K.VTIiAltL-.
One bottle auia!iit ia strength ij on-' gall j a jt '.he b;
Decoction. It reaches tM seat of tbe diseK-" ti'-.rjv-PHt-dv, -ii'-li!
BLJ10K3 OF IHE BL0I,
AND BEAUTIFYING THE COMPLEXION.
HELMBOLD'S
FLUID EXTRACT BVCIIV
FOR
Soue-KeU.itloa or Incontiuetue vf Urin'-, Iiritttic ii. InCm
matlon or Ulceration of the Bladder or Sidneys, e
the Prostrate Gland, btone is the Bladder. CHlccius.Gr.-iv-I i
Brfck Dust Deposit, and ail F3ie of the Bladder, KiuEej :.
and Dropsi:al nj'veUiugs.
HELMBOLD
JTluitl Extract Buohu,
Weaknesses Arising from Indisrctioa
. The Constitution once flfectd t7it' Or ganic W. ...., k
ijalres the ld of Medicine to anl ixr!jjr'': J
ityutem, which HELMBOLD'S EXTKACT UCCHU Invar-blj
does. If no treatment is suhmit!d to C?r,8umj'ron r i-;-.,,
ity ensues.
USE -HELMBOLDS
riuitl Extract Duchn,
In affection peeulur to " Pev.at.is," is unequalled by a:v.
other preparation, as In Chlorosis or R-teniion, Irregalar'tie
painfulness, or 8ui'presion of Customary rvci a ious. Ulcer
ated orgcirrhocs Slate of th V.rruf L-ucorruce and all cr c
plaint incident to the lex, whether arici g froM habits 1 1
dissipaflon.lroprqdeneoor in the decline or chs;,gc Iu life-
HELMBOLDS
FluiU Extract Bucbu
AND IMPROVED ROSE WASH,
Will radically exterminate from the system Diseases arleln;:
from Habits of Dissipation ut little rmpnix, little or n
chang", in dirt, no inicmreniimca or trpwure ; completely
superseding those unpleasant and frinaeroit reme-lifi.
Copavfa and Mercury In curing those nnpleasanr and dtnarer-
ous diseases.
USE HELMBOLL
1'luitl Extract Iiucln
lr. all case of the Urinary Organs, whetl cr . xiotiriir in Jt-V
or Female, from vchatet.fr cavue oi iinating, no iH-i't'r
hole long 'landing. It is pleasant in taste and odor, ' Ir.i.
mediate" in action, nd more strenirth-ning than py of 'Ne
preparations of B'trk or Iron.
Those suffering from Brvk-H dot'H )' dUai- . .., '.-t
tiim. procure th remedy at once.
The reader must be awre that hotre-tr .-':e:i'. r -v "r- ?;,e
attack of the abi'Te disease, it is sure to effect hi P,..r.'ti
Health, Mental I'owm and. lijijiin-. -it.u th-tof hN p.i
teriiy. Our fiesh and blood are supporied from lb se ourc 3
. These articles, beiuj of such stn ncth. th- d -is . xeee.lii
ly small. From this fact, it is ns-d in tho Unit-J St it. - Ar
my Hospitals and public Sanitary Instit'ition- f'.to'ih.ii:
the land.
tT Sold by all Druiiits veryehere.
Ask for Helmbold' Take on other i
" Cut out the advertisement and s-n'i fjr '. and 1 v t liis
means avoid counterfeit.
PRINCIPAL DEPOT.
HELMBOLD'S
DRUG AND CHEMICAL WAREHOUSE,
591 Broadway.
XrVir YORK.
O I? T Z
v BH1IID
s
Horse mil Cattle Mm.
Thi preparation, ud
favorably known, will ihor
ougi.ly reinvigorate hroken
dowD and low-spirited horses,
by strengthening and cleans
lug the aia&ac'a .r I lu:gi
tine. It is a sure Kte.iita.iv.
of all diseases Incident to
thinimai, such a LCX FE f.S., GLANDERS. Til LO V
WATER, HEAVE3.C0UGUS,
DISTEMPER, FETE RE,
POUNDERS, LOSS Of AP
PETITE AND VITAL EN
ERGY, Ao." Its U5 improve
th waid, increase the appe
titegive a 3mooth and
g'cuy akin an J traasrarms
the miserable skeleton into
x fine looking and spirited
horse.
To keeper of Cows this
tlism 'hrive much fiAter.
prpartion i invaluable, it in
creases the quantity dJ im
proves the quality of the
milk. Il ui been proven by
tcuial experiment to increase
tba quantity of u.l and
crcaa twenty per cut. and
makes tbe better firm and
sweet. In fattening cattle,
it gives them an appetite,
loosen V. elr tile, and make
.a Lwjg,
lu ail dieaeof dwins, such a Coughs, Ulcers in
Liver, Ac., thi article act As?
from one-haU" a paper to a S sf?; -j : 'i ' ---?.j'-'A
paper in a Darrei Oi swill s, 1 . ,-t
rrs s.lw,v ii i a a - will '
eradicated or entirely pre
vented. If given in tiae.a
certain preventive r.i cure fcr the Hog Choiera
Price 25 feats per Paper, or 5 Paper for tl.
PHEPASFD BY
-V. FOUTZ U1TO.,
AT THEIR
H .!!,! UK JtRHi J.Xtt MKWUVE PIT0T,
lie. 119 Prank! in St., Baltimore, Jli
For sale by Chamberlain Brothers, Knoxville, Teat..,
and by Druggist and S'nrekecpers thro?toat the Pnited
State. janl'i-ly
ICE CREAM SALOON.
THE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFUL
LT informs his friends id the public, that h-i La re
opened his well known Ice Cream Saloon, on Mar!f t Sr.e.are
for the accommolation of ladies and gont h-mei. F.very tit rt
will b male to I leaee those Tho m;iv faver hitj with thir
patronage.
F amJie sappliei with Ice Cream at all time at reason? Me
rates.
A lure 3Tf
SSli 11
s cal
ni. r
tiliiii 1-Cu:u-s
! t(::t
E. J. SAXF0BD & CO.,
WHOLESALE aad RETAIL DRUGGISTS,
Opposita first National Bank,
The writrr reluctantly iuserts tl- ah -v ,,d m, u; , a- ; ,
so were he not a stranger to many ; aud c-nicludsi by statin x
the names of his articl", and the .iiv as-s for which th y Lav
been csed by many thousands with con.p!- i ucci r-.
KXOA'VILLE. TENS.
HAVE IN STOKE AND FOR SALE,
at greatly led K-d prV,, complete Stork f
DHUGS, CHEMICALS.
PATENT MEDICINES, DYE STUFFS,
PERF17.MEUY, TOILET AUTICLES.
SU RGTCAL I NST RFM EN TS,
And cth-T arti.-i-
Special ludu."
i :iaui.
num-r'n- t ai'.uti.ti,
omenta olt r-1 t- t .ii::try M. rttiaii' aii.i Fhjs
PRESCR1PT1.N' ctr- fuilv c.-u-tuu doiat il hoar.
flKt, t!r vr LIH"JRof our
ftr iue-ii.-iu.tl ury..e., c nUtiiy a hand
u tmreriKlICB,
aprltf
COGNAC BRANDY.
Hhiiie, Poii.
CLARET AND SICLEY WINE,
FOR MEDICINAL USE.
"i o t. o"i 'Up. rtatioo?.
WARRANTED I U RE !
LOADON FOK,Tli:it,
SCOTCH ALE,
CONGRESS WATER,
E AICr.t .t '
LUVE
1 by
TONS OF WHITE LEAD FOK
E. J. SAXr'.'RD A '.
mr''W
GALLONS
RAW and BOILED
fellon ( i laerel
T J. AtiKl t
VI. UIL BY
f OA
BANNERS
1. li-.o u.lon or
THE
(rALLoN
J. tvf"'KP A
OK
CO.
OIL,
irrel.
BUST QUALITY. HY
J. -ANf.'Kn
UB RICATING
LO.N or barrel.
OIL BY THE ;AL-
E. J. ;aI-'HI a "0.
L!
am-1.
OIL BY THE GALLON OR
niiiltf E. J. SAXFOBD A t.
TAMJ
tf b:,rre
MES RIVER CEMENT BY TIIK
I. aiti -l'I K. J. SAX FORI A CO.. Vi.ts.
HI1TE
ui'..
ZINC FOR
niarJlr
SALE IN LOTS
E, J. S srFU A CO.
DEMAK
ma-'Jltf
VARNISH
FOR SALE BY
E. .1. tXFOItO A CO.
C
OR
AL
rltf
VARNISH
FOR SALE BY
K. .1. HA.M OKD A CO.
F
U KNIT U RE V
Ai.NIsli FOR SALE nv
Y.. J. SANFOaD 4 CO.
JOACII VvRNlSlI
for sale
K. J. SANFoltD A
BY
CO.
LEAD
-r.i
FOR
SALE BY
INDOW
m o ,'l:f
GLASS
FOR SALE
V.. J. 4AXFOKD A
BY
CO.
pUTTY
IN LOTS
TO SUIT.
E. J. SAXFOHD A
;ranisii
raarjltf
WHITING FOR SALE BY
b. J. HAXFOBD A r).
r: BARRELS
it sale by
LAMP BLACK FOK
E. J- SAXFOKD A CO.
PAINTS ! PAINTS ! ! PAINTS ! ! ?
)r JSVfcKY KIND, AND IN ANY
juantry, at tne t,vtern rric, with freight dd-d. ty
E. J -jAXFoao J. 0.
1RU
UESoi EVERY DESCRIPTION.
tj t. 2. iANl 0Hl i i".
I
TTSE LIGHTNING
Tor by
FLY
F. J.
KILLER.
8M"KI I
IQlJi'.sili:-ii1 i-U-r""-n v i
ULAVuRlN
i- fa sa!-.- bf
T EFFREY'-
O r..rw:e-
EXTRACTS. ALL Kimh.
E. t. S.VXF'JKU a i i).
EDINBUGH ALE,
Z. J. S.TC'Rt A i.
IASS LONDON PORTER,
D Fortale'.v E. J. sA:F'
Mi A CO.
THE
Dr, M. LYTLE'S ELIXIB,
GREAT SOUTHERN REMEDY.
Fvf the left, pedg mid effectual Cure of
DiarrtcDa, Dysentery, Cholera Morbu,
Griping Fains attended with severe
Purging of the Bowels, General
Debility and Prostration of
the System.
It has i.jDrf been old, and has stood th te-t of time and
La- continually secured n-vr advocat-s. to its m -rits p-A-e-s
ititf Lihly aromatic, and tonic, as well a the VvTceli.-nt
erni.uaiive.(u..liis. .. of several native pUut, whi -b durinc
a ri m resean h, have been so blended, that it hasprov-d hi
its atuai-htiig eflicary upon the bowel and stomieh i
th-j safe-t and tn-st medicine for gen'.ral use, now known for
all diseases of the bowela and stomach. "nown, for
E. J. SAXFOED A CO
-.m . i . 1,,I'?,e ?ent for tha United iti
AMj -U.Vitch llA Co., Knoxville ; Dr K V s.-A.s
-vro.twat.:r; J Sawyer., Jaynardville: J Gray toitS,
CrtT'iwr. r i.T T1'' H Ashmow,
Crr-fc, lrri"ri o, .Waryvilie, Tenn. sLayJtf
I
F YOU HAVE TETTER, SCALY
Eruptions, Pimple or BloU-be ob th face. Ulcers Ban
ning Sores, or any disease arisina; from an imp or state of the
blood, go to Da. JAMES ROIKtEBd, aae bottl of
Gregg's Constitutional Life Syrup. (eb2Stf

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