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KnoxviUe, Tenn., August 8, 1866.
To Job Pibs. Wanted, at this office, a first
rat Job rrinter, who hai a throough knowledge of
every branch of the business. None need apply
but those who can come well recommended. A
permanent situation guaranteed to a good industri
es man. Application to be made in writing.
Brown low, Haws fc Co.
The Secretary of Stale, A. J. Fletcher,
will ej'cak to the people on Friday, the ISth
inst,, at Joncbborough, and on the next day
at Elizabclhtou, beiug Saturday. The Gov
ernor expects to le with hiru, though not
WAsnx'G'ro' July oO, 1660.
Givtlimis : I am officially notified by the
Navy Department tLat there are two vacancies in
the Naval Academy at Annapolis, which will bo
filled upon my recommendation, as the Representa
tive of the 2d Congressional District of Tennessee.
The candidates are to report for examination, at
Annapolis, by the 20th of September next.
As there have been several applications, 1 Lave
decided to invite Dr. James Rodgers, Dr. Edward
Ueetz, and Dr. D. T. Boynton,as a Medical Board;
and Kev. Thomas W. Humes, Prof. Thomas J. La
mar, Prof. A. E7 Blunt, Prof. John K. Payne, and
Midshipman Washburn Maynard, as an Academic
Board to assemble at KnoxviUe, on the loth of Sep
leinber, for the examination of all applicants, and
to recommend upon their reports that is, to select
the two who shall be deemed the most worthy by
the Academic Board, provided that in the opinion
of the Medical Board they are physically sound.
For the information of applicants, the fifth and
sixth of the Academy Regulations are hereto ap
pended. I am, very respectfully.
Your obedient servant,
Meters. Bfuicnljic, Wui-'i & (.'.-.
V. No candidate will be admitted into the Naval Acade
my unless be shall have pasted a satisfactory examination
before the A cidemio Board, and is found (in the opinion of
a Medical Board, to be composed of the Surgeon of the
Naval Academy and two other medical officers designated
by the Secretary of the Navy.) physically soand, well
i'oriueJ and cf robust constitution and qualified t' endure
the arduous labors of an oftcer of the Navy.
VI. Candidates for appointment as Midshipmen tnurt
re between fourteen and eighteen i ears of age when c :
nnained for admision. All candidate? for admission will
be required to certify m kmfjr, to their preciso age, to
the Academic Board previous to examination, and none
will be examined who are over or under the pretcribod
age. They must be of good moral character, satisfactory
Testimonials of which from persons in good repute in the
neighborhood of their respective residences, must be pre
sented ; and testimonials from clergymen, instructors in
colleges and high scbools,will bave special weight. They
must also pass a satir"fact"ry examination before the Ac
ademic Board in reading, writing, spelling, arithmetic,
geography and English grammcr, viz : in rending, they
must read clearly and intelligibly from any English nar
rative work as, for example, Bancroft's History of the
Cnitcd States : in tcriting and 'pelting, they must write
:rom dictation, in a legible hand, and spell wi h cor
rectness both orally and in writing; in un'th -itf-V. they
will be examined in numeration and the addition, sub
traction, multiplication and division of whole numbers
and vulvar and decimal fractions, and rropjrlion or
the rule of three; in
'ff-Mf.'hy, they will be examined
a' to tbe leading grand divisions tbe continent.-',
oceans and seas, the chief mountains and rivers, aud
the boundaries and population of the chief nations, their
govercmcnU, capitab and rhivf cities; in Cnj'M .--"
they will be examined a to the parts of speech and
the clemeutary construction of sentences, and "ill be
required to write an original paragraph of a few sen
tences. Xne Board will judge whether the proficiency
of the candidate in theee branches is sufficient to 'jual
ity him to enter upon the studies of the Academy.
Knoaville Female IstsTiicrE. We notice
troiu the advertisement in another column that the
:all and winter session of this time-honored Institu
tion commences on Tuesday, Sept. ith, 1S06, and
tvill continue five months.
Prof. Sponoe informs us that a full corps of teach
ers bave been employed, and that Miss J. J. Ben
net is one of tbe assistants, a young lady of expe
rience as a teacher, and of rare attainments as a
scholar. All branches taught in a first class Female
Collega ere taught in the Institution. A class in
painting and drawing will bo formed at the begin
ning of the session under the tuition of Miss Ben
uot, who, as an artitt, needs no comuiondation her
paintings speak for themselves.
Prof. Spence intends opening a boarding house in
connection with the school, where young ladies can
be furnished with good board, light aud fuel, at the
low price of 4 per week.
Prof. F. E. Hacker, who has been one of the moat
sacccsaful piano teachers in East Tennessee, has
.barge of the musical department.
We learn from last year's Catalogue (lyiug upon
our table) that this school (judging by the number
enrolled, 216) is one of the largest and most flour
ishing in this part of the State.
We trust the patrons and friends of a liberal edu
cation will take advantage of the rare opportunities
now offered and fill the halls cf the Institute with
earnest seekers after knowledge.
Editors Knoxville Whig: Sirs On the 21st inst.
there was found the body of a man lying in the
waters of Sinking Creek, about two miles from Con
cord, in this county, over which I held an inquest.
After making my jury we examined the body.
There was found nothing about it from which we
oo aid determine the name or business of the deceas
ed. There was found, however, on the bank of the
creek near him, a small carpet sack, from which it
seemed the handles had been broken, and substituted
therefor were handles made of canvass. The con
tents of the sack were as follows : One gray over
c at, two linen shirts, two pair pants, about one
fourth quire writing paper, and several other small
articles. In the paper there was a promisary note
drawn and written thus :
Fayette County, Tennessee, May j, 166o.
One day after date I promise to pay J. H. or or
der the sum of - for value received this May
Oth, 06 James Hall, Seal. J
The deceased had on when found a linen coat and
n striped cotton shirt. Ilis supposed age was from
thirty to forty years ; his height was about 5 feet S
or 9 inches; weight about 130 pounds. The jury
dihereJ in opinion as to how the deceased came to
his death, but all thought it probable he was
drowned by accident or carlessness on his part.
I). Nilso-, J. Knox county, Tenn.
XESMEsbEE STATE TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION.
Change or Time. After due consultation with
it... ....A . .... .f 1.,..tnVt. ..f t tl. -
eiaiion, it has been thuugtt best to change the time I
of our ar.nuul meeting from August to November. .
Wc therefore give notice that the annual meeting of
this Association is hereby postponed until Thursday
and Friday, November 15th and 10th, to be held
at the Capitol building, at the city of Nashville.
The uitiro press of the State please copy.
Thos. W. Hi mis, President.
J;.v. I'. Si ence. Secretary.
CRYkiAL Lawk Ice. A superior article of Ice
can alaways be had of Messrs. Brown S. Co., at
Higdon's store, at the low price of 31 cents per
t?KK HcirfHi can be eured. How many hundreds,
uy thousand of the human family allow lhemseles u
uffer with -V; -. -a. Oict Sea 'uen iho' great
,o . ere ga rcedy, Jtvbuck't -Blood fU t, can be obtained j
f any ixspeo table druggist. j
. iu yj11a1 fn thp rmintpr
In the brutal assault upon Col. i'lelcbcr by tbe
. . v-.t,-... .i..i...i,n- u-i,n
v-in lUWSrUiV vuuv.-.
tbo authorsbip -( U
here against fniou men, thus alludes to tbe malici
ous indictment found against Fletcher in Greene
w-eunty, ior socoting iu seif-eleicnce :
' By eotnc unactoKntablt tntans, an Attorney Oe lib
eral was appointed for the etpress purpose of dismis
sing Ai case, nnd FUtchtr has never yet been brought
Tbe Attorney General of the Circuit i Maj. Brit-w-j,
tbe editor of tbe Creenevnle Jobuson paper,
nnd be was appointed by Military Governor John
son. "vVfcat "express purpose" he was appointed
for. or any deputy that may have assisted him, we
are not advised. John Baxter and O. P. Temple
were Fletcher's lawyers, and they will testify that
Fletcher was in no danger from tbe prosecution.
05 J.bc lc-s and thighs of 3Ir. Jones, who
v as killed "bp lightning the other day. in
Pioua and on the back 'of his little sou was
danerrotved a perfect image of the tree
uaguerroytu i i?-f ,t.A
under which they were standing at the tun
Of the accident.
The Kentucky "Esilroaa.
We bare every" confidence in the ability, integri
ty, and good intentions of the officers of the Knox
Tille 4 Ky. R. B,. President, Engineer, Secretary,
Treasurer, and we are pleased to know that the
people interested in this great enterprise have con
fidence in them, including the Directors. But we
say to thorn all that they are not meeting public ex
pectation, in the application of force and energy to
the work. Now is the time to atrike upon every
section, even to the Kentucky line. The oats, pota
toes corn and beef can be had along the line, and
the workmen can be had by thousands. Why cot
strike upon a largo scale ? The Legislature has af
forded liberal aid,and we will underwrite for further
id. Let the road be put through to the State line
without delay, and then let a line of hacks and bug
gsge wagons be run between there and the Crab
Orchard, or at some point connecting with the trains
in Kentucky. This would give us the mail service,
and a large travel at once. We repeat, let the
funds now bold by the Company be consumed
j against Christmas, and let us ask of the Legislature
! more aid. This is the great work for East Tennes
see, and all our energies, skill and means should be
brought to bear in that direction. The road from
Morristown through Buncombe county is a part
and parcel of this great scheme, and it must go for
ward likewise. Come gentlemen, officers of these
road:, and friends of East Tennessee, let us stir up,
one and all. Let the Company on the branch road
to Montvale Springs re-organize and complete that
feeder of our roads.
Since the above was written the following com
munication has been received from the Chief Engi
neer of the KnoxviUe and Kentucky Railroad.
The friends of the enterprise will be pleased to learn
60 favorable an account from the Road, from those
who know its true condition, and are alone prepared
to give the facte: :
" Office of Kkoxyille &Kr. R.K. Co,
Knox ville, Tkss, Aug. 2, 1866. J
JROORES8 OF WORK OJT TIIJ5 KXOX VILLE AND KKJT
TCCKY BAIL ROAD.
The repairs upon the line between Knoxvillo and
the point at which the iron was taken up by mili
tary authority, will be completed by the end of thia
week. The rails required to replace those taken
up as above for over three miles of track,)
are now lying by tbe side of our road. Everything
is prepared to commence relaying that portion of
the track upon the arrival of the chairs, which we
are advised were to be shipped from Cincinnati on
the 2Cth ult. The bridge required to replace that
at Beaver Creek, burned during Wheeler's raid,
will be ready before the Company can give trans
portation for the material. Upon the arrival of the
chairs there will be no delay in placing the road in
good rur.nins order from KnoxviUe to the deep cut
at Copper Ridge.
Contracts have been made with responsible par
ties for the completion of the repairs between Cop
per Ridge and Clinton, and the work is pressed for
ward as rapidly as its nature will admit. A. L.
Maxwell, the well known bridge builder, has con
tracted for the Clinch River bridge. Arrange
ments have already been made for one-half of the
iron rails required for laying the track from Copper
r : .4 l : ... .. : 1 vi, . : c . . ,.u
has alreadv arrived.) and negotiations have been
commenced for the purchase of the remainder.
Contracts have been made for all the cross ties re
quired upon this section, and many of them are al
ready upon the line. Unless some contingency oc
curs, which cannot now be foreseen, the road will
be in operation to Clinton by the first day of Janu
The graduation of that portion of the line extend
ing from Clinton to the east side of Coal Creek,
nearly eleven miles in lencth, was yesterday let out
to experienced contractors, who have bound them
selves to ttnisli the work within one year from date.
Two miles of this section having been let in 1857,
to parties residing in Campbell county, notice has
been sent them to commence the work within twen-
i ty days. In case of their failure to do so, the work
will be immediately let to other parlies whose pro
posals arc now in this office. If the contractors (all
of whom have had considerable experience in this
business, and are considered thoroughly reliable)
fulfil their contracts, tbe Company will be able to
run their trains across Coal Creek, within three
Quarters of a mile of the coal banks, in one year
rc-m the coming fall.
Chief Eng. & Sup't. K. & Ky. R. R. Co.
Tennessee Katiflcatioii--Comiiieuts of
From the New York Tribune.
Tennessee, through her Legislature, has ratified
the constitutional amendment in the Senate, by 14
to C in the House yesterday by 43 to 11. As a
full Senate consists of twenty-five, and a full House
of seventy-five members, a constitutional quorum
(two-thirds) was present and voted in either House.
We rejoice that, in spite of very strong Executive
influence exerted from Washington, Tennessee has
thus early enrolled herself among the States favor,
ing and aiding a safe and speedy restoration of the
Tbe Legislature convened on the ith inst.; and
this result would have been reached at once but for
a conspiracy of tbe Copperhead minority to absent
themselves and thus prevent a quorum. There were
votes enough to pass the bill at all times ; but there
were not members enough present to make a quo
rum till yesterday, when the work was promptly
concluded. So Tennessee gives the first Southern
response to the overture of Congress looking to a
speedy return of all the States to fraternity and gen
From the Chicago Tribune.
TENNESSEE IS THE TJSI0S.
The ratification of the constitutional amendment
by the State of Tennessee will affect the President's
policy as the loss of the State of Tennessee affected
the rebellion. There are a few other Southern
States to carry, but the ultimate success of the Con
gressional policy is assured. Arkansas and Louisi
ana will speedily follow, and the ratification of the
amendment by the remaining Southern States can
not be long delayed.
This victory came cot a moment too soon. The
President had already been using every effort to pre
vent or disperse a quorum in the Tennessee Legis
lature, and it is rumored was upon the point of su
perseding Gov. Brownlow and re-organizing the
State by a military proclamation so as to allow reb
els to vote, when his plans were opportunely foiled
by the assembling of a quorum, the passage of the
constitutiortal amvndment and the admission of the
State into the Union.
The event is valuable as a defeat of the President
personally. The men who fought the battle in Ten
nessee, in behalf of the Congressional policy, are
Andrew Johnson's oldest friends. They sustained
him as Military Governor during the war, and
brought forward hi-s name in the Baltimore Con
vention. To their support ho owes his present po
sition. The overwhelming vote by which they
! adopt the Congressional policy is a severe rebuke of
his course Dy his own political household, lie hopes
to organize a party by his personal influence. He
did at one time possess great personal influence in
Tennessee. He has never possessed personal influ-
j ence anywhere else. Failing wholly in Tennessee,
j how can ha hope for success elsewhere?
1 ho admission ot Tennessee tears away the pre
tense of desire lor speedy restoration, with which
the President and his henchmen have veiled their
policy. It reveals the Prcsid ent in the attitude of
struggling to prevent restoration, while Republicans
in Congross are forcing it through.
From the Chicago Republican .
ukowloa' iKicuru ovek jonysox.
President Johnson, since his accession, has con-
h l wHa? iinrtniioi riTT tjtuinrr IhAm tj) I114 list
and by deserlins the party which) kindlv ovcr.
looking his previous errors, lifted him to place.
stood at thd beginning, lighting tho rebellion under
the flag cf Johnson as vigorously and uncompro
misingly as ever be did when. Jefi'. D:tvis was its j
captain. The result has beea lo place these two j
men in an antagonism a bntar as ever existed at
any period of their lives.
Since the lirst of July these two men bave been
engaged in a struggle unprecedented in tbo bislory
of the country. Congress has passed a joint resolu
tion proposing to tho Legislatures of tbe several
States an amendment to tbe constitution. Tbe
President made up bis mind that that amendment
ehould never be ratified. Governor Brownlow con
vened tbo Legislature of Tennessee, and submitted
to Ihem the amendment for ratiUcatlon or rejection
ly that body. The President thought be could de
feat tba measure. 1 It required tbe presence ' of two-
tbirds of each house of tbe Legislature to constitute
a uorum for the transaction of business. His ppl
joy was to deteat the ratirication of tho aniendalect
bv defeating the presence Of a Auanim. Ynr this
purpose, through Lis frkuds, private secretary and
few of Federal appointment.
lie nominated several
U1 "o fJittrs ci a pre ioui
sesiioa ior office: ha
. . , . .
used his patronage, and traffic;-; j and traded more '
uuaii2uuaa:w .1 HS COrruptly as ever did Buch
anan, lie succeeded, and for nearly three weeks
there was roactior. by the Legislature, because there
was ao quorum in ihe House. During all tbls time
Brownlow was equally sctive. The President was
stooping from his high position to dictate to a State
Government what it should not do ; he wa, by open
bribery, seeking to corrupt the Legislature, and de
feat the popular will; and Brownlow treated hinj
and bis tools as ihc-y deserved. Ee at last bad the
recusant members arrested, and thus by an enforced
attendance of the President s own tools, secured a
quorum, and tbo amendment was duly ratified.
Eiownlow, as Governor of Tennessee, thus tri
umphs over the President, and thus secures a vic
tory for the Union, the value of which, at this time,
is incalculable. The struggle bas been one of deep
interest to those concerned in it, ad also to the
wholi nation, zzi tbe result must be as mortifjinz
to the President as it is gratifying to tbe Governor.
i There is unquestionably a terrible howling among '
j the unreconstructed rebels in Tennessee, and consid- ;
! profanity in the same c'rff-Trvt Ivastington; ?
! Sej5is tbo victory secured,-and the .
! r0talt; w fur us Tennessee Is .concerned, final.
Brownlow is entitled Id crow over Johnson, and ho I
I nt fail to improve the opportunity. I
A Mississippi Slanfier Salt.
The Macon (Mi) Beacon recite the- following
Interesting story.. Its incidents attest the worth
and nobleness of a truo woman's character and in
stincts: In the County Court last week, the case of the
State against Sultana Allen, for slander, excited a
great deal of interest. The defendant, Mrs. Allen,
is an old, respectable widow lady. ML-3 Eliza Mc
Gowan, the lady against whose character the slan
der was charged to have been uttered, is a young
lady of good family and unblemished character;
an orphan, residing with her sister. Mrs. Allen's
pl?a was, " not guilty," and 'justification." The
examination of witnesses assumed the broadest lat
itude. Miss McGowan's conduct through life, from
childhood to the day of the alleged slander was
made the subject of inquiry. Nearly the intire
nieghborhood in which the two parties reside were
present as witnesses for one side or the other. The
case, without any charges from the court, was sub
mitted to the jury, and tho question of the guilt or
innocence of the defendant left to their determina
tion. In a short time they returned a verdict of
guilty. Five of the jury, on account of .the age and
infirm condition of Mrs. Allen, the defendant, recom
mended her to the mercy of the court. After some
consultation on the bench, Judge McClellen, the
Chief Justice of the Court, turned to the prisoner,
and, in substance, said :
" Mrs. Allen, you have been presented before
this court on a charge of blander, of wilfully tra
ducing the character of an innocent, defenseless
young lady of your neighborhood.
"In determining the punishment to be inflicted,
the court has taken into consideration your sex,
your age, and the recommendation of a portion of
ihe jury who sat upon your case, and we have, in
consequence of these thinga, made your punishment
much lighter than under different circumstances
your crime deserves. The sentence of the court is
that you bo fined in the sum of five hundred dol
lars, and bo imprisoned in tho county jail for the
term of six months."
When this sentence was pronounced, Miss Mc
Gowan bust into tears. She asked her counsel if it
was necessary for tho complete vindication of her
character, that Mrs. Allen should be really and ac
tually imprisoned in the county jail, and when in
formed that the verdict of the'jury was a full and
complete vindication of her character, she desired
the court to remit the punishment. She said she
had no vindictive foelings against her criminal ac
cuser; that having no other protector she had ap
pealed to this court, and that now by its judgment
she was fully protected from all further calumny,
she prayed the court through her counsel, to have
mercy upon the unfortunate being who had just
been sentenced. When Miss McGowan's request
was made known to the court, there was a stillness,
a solemnity, a depth of feeling seldom, if ever, wit
nessed in a court of justice. The court, the bar, the
audience were moved to silence, and not a few to
tears. For some moments the stillness of death per
vaded the assembly. The judges were moved by
the petition of the young lady, and the fine and im
prisonment were remitted.
The Atlantic Cable.
Telegraphic CorrkbPukdesce Between Qcee-v
victoria and x re8idet johnson idispatch
of the Mayor op New York to the Mayor
AsrA Bay, July 30. The superintendent of the
Newfoundland line arrived here at 9 o'eioek to-dny,
with & message from the Queen of Great Britain to
the President of the United States :
Osborne, July 27. To the President of the Uiti
ted States ct Washington: The Queen congratu
lates the President on tho successful completion of
an undertaking, which she hopes may servo as an
additional bond of union between the United States
To which the following reply was sent :
Execctive Mansion, Washington, 11: JO, a.
M., July 30. Her Majesty Queen of the United
Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland : The Pres
ident of the United States acknowledges with pro
found gratification tho receipt of Her Majesty's dis
patch, and cordially reciprocates the hope that the
cable which now unites the Eastern and Western
hemispheres may servo to strengthen and perpetuate
amity between the Governments of England and
the republic of tho United States.
Signed. Andket Johnson.
5ew York, July 30. The following dispatch
has been forwarded over the Atlantic Cable :
Mayor's Office, N. Y., July 30. To the Lord
Mayor of London : The energy and genius of man,
directed by the providence of God, have united the
Continents. May this union bo instrumental in S3
curing the happiness of all nations, and the rights of
feigned. J john jr. uoiruAN,
Mayor of New York.
Bad Treatment or Irishmen.
During tho Fenian raid, J. C. Breckinridge aud
other Southerners, at present enjoying a compulsory
refidence in Canada the paradise of Heeing con
scripts and rebels offered tbeir servicas to the Ca
nadian Government to assist in repelling tho inva
sion. They received the thanks of tho authorities
for their offer, but their services were declined.
Now where will we find an instance of more base
less ingratitude than this offer of John to fight
his old friends the Fenians ?
No sooner bave tbe Irish emigrants been natur
alized, than they havo gravitated into the Demo
cratic party with unerring precision. An Irishman
is proverbial for seeing things " tothor end to;'' and
though he left Ireland to escape oppression, on ar
riving in this country ha has invariably become a
staunch member of the Democratic party, an or
ganization the very antipodes of the party of free
dom. Throughout the whole of his political career, the
Irish vote was pollod for Breckinridge with a stead
iness and regularity that seemed the impulsa of futo.
He owed his election to the Vice Presidency in !5C
to the Irish vote. In 1S60 tho Milesians divided
their affections between Breckinridge and Douglas,
but after the death of the latter the bulk of the wan
dering ones went back to their first love. Through
out the war J. C.'s Irish friends maintained an un
divided allegiance for him and bis cause; for there
is no disguising the fact that during the war the
bulk of the Irish vote was cast for the Copperhead
ticket, and tho sympathies of that party are only
too well known.
Thus we see that Breckinridge's Fenian friends
stuck to him " through thick and thin,'' "through
evil and good report;" but John, the ungrateful
scamp, as soon as an opportunity was offered for
serving his old friends, "lifted up hi3 heel against ''
them. The Fenians themselves seem at last to have
comprehended that they have been in the wrong
boat all ,he time, and they are now talking about
transferring themselves from John'3 old pirate craft
Secession, and taking permanent passage on the
good ship Union. We should think that it was
time they comprehended the ungratefulness of their
leaders, and realized that, with ail their avowed ha
tred of oppression, they havo all along been train
ing with the party opposed to freedom and Union.
New 31illtary Grade.
Congress having passed the bill reviving the .rrado
of "General" in the army of the United States :'.nd
also establishing the grade of "Admiral'' in tho na
vy, the President on Wednesday sent to the Sen ato
the appointment of Lieut. Gen. Grant to the oifice
of General, which was unanimously confirmod with
out the usual reference to committee. Vice-Admiral
Farragut was also raised to the new position of
Admiral. . .
Gen. Sherman has been nomiuated and confirmed
to the Lieutenant-Generalship left vacant by the
promotion of Gen. Grant, and Rear-Admiral" Por
ter to the Vice-Admiralty from which Farragut has
just risaa. Hancock steps into Sherman's shoe,
and Ord into Hancock's.
The great Admiral, the greatest Naval olikerlbe
world ever saw, is a native of East Tennessee.
CHANCERY COpR? TAZEWELL.
U. U. Friar v. Leuy Hurtt, -.i al:.
IS THIS CAUSE II AIIPEAKLNXt
jL that the dotendaat, Wm. A.Blakburu, h p. nvif-riil. nt of
tho fctate of Tennessee, as shown in the bill : It is ordered that
publication be made fjr four successive weeks iu Brownlow.
Whig, notifying said defendant to appear before the Chancery
Court at Tazewell, on the 2d Monday of October Uixt, then
and there to defend said bill, or the samo will be tukeu f.s
confessed a to him, and set for hearing cx parte. A copv of
the order. P. S. RODDY, C. ic 31.,
August 1, lbOO It By JAMES K. EVANS. D. 0. M.
A. E. VUkias vs. Beu. Dickey.
rpiIE PLAINTIFF. ON AFF1UA ItJ
-a- say t'uu defendant is iudebtod tohiai aud bo abovond that
thu ordinary process of law cannot bo served upon biui aud :
bavin; obtained an original attachment against tiio ebtsv. cf
tLo defen iaat ruade returaafclo bcKre Johu Uobar- a Juej;,.,, !
of tbe Teaci for Kaox county, aoi the same ha'vin- betn '
on bis property : It is ordered by said Justicu that the
said defendant appear before him at his office, at Campbell j
Station, Kni'X county, Tenn., on tbo -.Oth day of November, '
next, to deleud taid caias, 01- the same ill bo taken as coa- i
fetiej aud set fur heariui ex parte. It is further ord-reJ
that this notice be published for fjur succs-ive Mei-ks in
tiwrnlo-e 's Wblrf.
aujjt-it Joll KuBLKi, J. p. i
OIECUTT COlTilT-55AI)IS ON VILLE. i
iETITIUX I'K lIV.'KCt. (
a,Ua A. Wilken vs. John M. Wiikeus.
TN THIS CAUSE IT A P PEAKING ;
A. from the allegations in the bill that the defendant is a no 11- !
resident of the (state of Tennessee : It is therefore ordered that
publication be made for foHrsucceiwive veeks i" Ercvrnloe 's ,
Whig, notifying said defendant to cpoear at the next term of
the Circuit Co-rt, to be held for tbe ctoanty of Monroe, at the
eort bouse in the tow n of Madisonville, on the second IKm-
uj n iriHcwm wit; m smq mere 10 plead, answer, orae
nur to esmplainant's hill filed in this cause, or the same will
be taken as confessed and set t'r hearing ex parte
August 1, 18i-4tpf5 WM. M. S3IITU, Clerk.
it-i P. Balch vs. Emsley Bene.
'riiissurr was commenced -jjy
-- Attachment before a Justice of th Peace. It appearing
from the affidavit of the plaintiff on which the attachment is
sued in this ease, that the defer. i,ni is justly indebted to him,
and that he bas absconded so that the ordinary process of the
lcr cannot be served on him, and the attachment bavins: be
levied npon the lands of the defendant. On motion it Ts or"
dered that pnblication be made in JirOvnlow's Wins for four
successive weeks, requirinf taij defendant to appear before
me at py "aonae, Bear bandride, Jefferson conntv, Tenn'oh
the first day of March, 1867, and defend the suit thus commenc
ed, otherwise the cause wHl be proceeded with ex parte
auaMte JAMES H. CAESON, J. P,
SIXCE FEBRUARY, 1864, the Phoenix,
of Hartford, bas met wtth THBEE S,yo 00 10S6ES. ai
1. Colt'i Flatol Factory, Hartford, Conn...: $10,000
2. Cottoa Warehouse, Mobile Ala. 10,000
3. Burning of Portland, Maine 40,000
The aboTc luses hare bena aJjoiW A"l FA III, to the en
tiro utiafaction of claimant!, promptly, and without the
tllghtrst inconvenience to tho Cuwpany.
(st Tit toaxru.1
MM, July 12, low!.
To HE.NST K.LLLOG4. TrealJcnt.
Phoenix Co., Hartford, Conn. :
Our Looses all paid. Total, Thirty-seven Thousand Eight
A. W. JILLSON, Vice Presblent.
Cash Assets, July, 1866.
Ctb on hand, In Bank, anil with Agents $140,131 43
Cnited States 8ecnritis 136,592 50
Loans on approved Securities 183,490 00
New York Bank Stocks 81.2.VJ 00
Hartford Bank Stocks U8,070 00
Miscellaneous bank Stocks 48,760 00
Bonds State, City and Water 267,624 00
Ohio State Stock 23,750 00
A "cumulated Interest ou Loans 5t2i3 17
Market value of Assets 51,043,772 13 '
Lofcacs in process of adjustment 49,803 95
Actual Net, $993,968 20.
The annual mooting of Stockholders wag rcesutly held in
the city of Hartford, and the old Board of Directors chosen.
At a subsequent mooting of the Directors, the old officers were
unanimously re-elected. The business of the Phoenix for the
fiscal year just closed was the most successful and prosperons
in the whole history of the Company ; regnlarW QUAKTIB
LY dividends of 3 per cent., upon the Capital Stock were de
clared ; business largely in excess of any previous year, and
tho solid financial condition of the Phoenix everything its
El J?5 sanguine friends could wish for.
The PHO.MX enters the present year bettor than ever pre
pared for service and duty in the line of Its profession, with
increased facilities for tbe transaction of business, an unim
paired Cash Capital of six hundred thousand dollars, Assets
to this amount of ?UK3,77Z 13, an annual net cash income of
over one million dollars, and a mercantile system of local
agencies, undur the management or veteran Underwriters,
from far East sunriee to the golden shores of the Pacific slope,
and from the Gulf of Mexico to the iron-bound coasts of flis
Tbe undersigued is authorise to iue policies in the abovo
popular and and leading Corporation, at proper ratc9.
LOSSES ALWAYS PAID PKOMPTLY.
JXO. S. VAX GILDER, B-sident Agnt,
augl-3t KnoxviUe, Tenn.
HAMDEN SIDNEY ACADEMY.
HUE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE
lliimdcn SidncyAcadi-my take pleasure in announcing to
me uun-ai 01 ixnoxvnic ana vi'-inity, that tin Institution
j will bo opouttl MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 3d, ISrtC, under the
I control of Col. M. C. WILCOX, at Principals practical and
j competent teacher of several yoars experience. Tho patrons
may re.!t assured that their pupil- will r-"C:ive a thorough
I conrne of Academical training.
! Tho most approved syntem of Penmanship will be taught to
I all pupils without extra charge.
Primarj lxpjituient sg yo
Academical Department 10 00
, WM. HKISKELL, President, 1
JAS-. RODGERS, tee. 4 Treas.
JAS. C. LUTTBELL, V Board of Trustee t.
JAS. 11. ARMSTRONG, I
I JAS. II. COWAN, J
i Tickets to be procured of Dr. Jas. Rodgers, Secretary and
j Treasurer, at his Drug Store, on Gey Street. augltf
j OHIO FEMALE COLLEGE,
i AT COLLEGE HILL,
i Five Miles from Cincinnati.
THE SEXT SESSION OPENS TUE
A. 3d of September. President Anderson will be assisted by
a full and able faculty. Expenses $00 leu than last vear.
Omnibuses for the College connect with trains of the Hamil
ton ana Daytyn, Oreat Western and Marietta Railroads, at
Ludlow Station. Also four daily Omnibuses from the Walnat
I cireei uuuse, vjaciuuau.
1 VnT catalogues, terms, etc., addroso
! Rev. J. M. ANDEKSON, President,
iugl-f College Hill, Hamilton County, Ohio.
j COLLEGE FOB YOUNG LADIES,
; WATERBVRY, COSSKCTICVT.
i rilllE NEW BUILDING IS ENTIKELY
L completed, having all the modern improvements ofi Steam
Heat, Ventilation, Hot and Cold Baths, Gymnasium, etc.
Tho school embraces three distinct departments with a rcg
i ular course of study in each.
The Faculty consists of nineteen teachers and professors.
KErr.nrycr.ij. kov. r. . umnas, and Jas. v. Aloios, isq.,
Rov. B. G. WILLIAMS, Principal.
BROOKLYN HEIGHTS SEMINARY,
sS 3I0STAGU ISET, BSOOKLYX.
rpiIIS INSTITUTION FOR THE ED-
-L VCATIOS of young ladies bas been ia encccssfal opera
tiou for the past fifteen years.
Thorough instruction is given in all the branches of a solid
and polished education. A pleasant borne is furnished in the
family of the Principal, whose special attention is given to the
social cultivation and improvement a his pupils.
The Academic Year will commence the 17th of September
next. For particular information, reference can bo made to
Messrs. Georgo W. Msbry and Jams H. Cowan, patrons of
tha Siminary ; also to Col. 0. P. Tsmple, all of KnoxviUe.
jylStf 0HABLE3 H. WgST. Principal.
D. G. TERRY,
LADIES ASD GENTLEMEN S
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER.
WANT MY FRIENDS AND THE
V-ub!!c in trer.eral, to take due notice and govern them
selves accordingly, that I am now prepared to make all
kinds of Gents' fina French and American Calf Sewed Boots,
Patent Leather Boots, aud Congress Halters. Also, Ladies'
liniters, Balmoral, and Slippers. All kinds of repairing done
with neatness and dispatch. Shop in Lamar House building,
on Cumberland street, two doors from Gay. Uivc mo a call.
OFFICE: Gay Street, one door south of
the National Bank,
EsiaUliohcJ iu Knoxvillo in 1841. Firt class dental opera
tions only performed in hi otfic?. may'.Hf
: 1 S
I -- ca
DR. P. H. CARDWELL
HAti TUIS DAY EFFECTED AN
arrangement by wticb l:e Till be able lathe future to
' sup-fly all persons who eifty desire, 'from a single to a full set of
teeth, on ihi
Vl L ilKI Kl ItULCU HASEs
Being the latest improvement in our profession, and having
been sufficiently tested to warrant its utility, we take pleasure in
recommending it as being far preferable in many respects to
any other base heretofore used. It can be used In many in
stances where all other materials fall. No one need, therefore,
despair. Call 03 me, give me your work and I will demonstrate
Remember thai a fad Jet jt ieeJi on this method cost enly
half what theyvoulil on gold, and yet preferable In all respects,
mstf Respectfully, P. H. CARDWELL.
CIRCUIT COURT RUTLEDGE.
s :coud Judicial Circuit, Oralnger County, TeaaScO.
A. P. Brooks ve. WilUacj M. Gray, et aU.
T APPEARING FROM THE AFFI-
A. DAVIT o! tbe iilainlilt in this cause that the defendant,
Rice Ore.se abscond? or conceals himself that the ordinary pro
ces of law caun jt be served upon him : It is ordered that pub
lication be made fjr four, succciva weeks in Brownlow'g
MLii". notifying .aid defendant to appear before tho Circuit
C-urt butledgu, on the 1U Monday iu August next, then
cad there to u:ai iuis deftne to the bill, or the Same will be
taken ior twiifesd and set f.-r he ring ex parte as to him
July 1 ', 1m-J. 1 fSIf TUvIAs LAT1IIM, Clerk.
NOTICE TO FREEDMEN.
ON TIIE FIEST DAY OF AUGUST
thj Tare of the Esst Tennessee and fir.nia and East
' Ti.nuesM.-e and Georgia Bailroads for colored persons, will be
j reduced to about three cents per mile, this rata ill apply ex
' cluaivelv to cedjred pcrsons,'and in Second Clss Cars.
! - J. B. HOXSIE, Snpt. E.T. audVa.K. B.
augl-lra leAAC BESSOJJ, Snjt. t. T. anaiia. B.R-
T, I. V.s !LItH, of Tennessee,
1JCLIIJ, c turn tit A CO.,
Manufactuiyra uf itid Dealers lu
BOOTS and SHOES,
38 Warren Street, New York.
0. SFIIliER & CO.
SAM I'AvrtCLK? AMI l-r.JU.tIt-, I
! Tin and Sheet-Iron Wares, Stoves,
HOUSE FURNISHING GCODS,
i Gay Sirset, 3d. House North of Union Street,
j JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
j. hiiiub. jr.rylikf i c. tajt steessexou.
ACC'I'SM BF.rots tug Haetxa.
To u'J wiicm it mat Corxtra :
VTOTICE IS HERE GIVEN THAT
J-1 at my ofSfe at the corut house in Bogersvflle, Teaun I
will on the 1st day of Augut , Jki proceed to take '.rate
the acco-- 6rJort( ln the case anoF. M.
i-rulkerson, Assignees. Z., ana James T. Piield-, ia his own
j right, and r. li. Hale, vs. Orville Bice and others,
i 'n Angnst M. 1W, in the case of W, W. Etter. Executor,
i Ac, vs. -S. li. Williams and others. On August 4th, l-"6, in
: the case of Eli A. Cox and others.
j All persons interested failing to aliend, are hereby' notified
I that said accounts will be proceeded with cx parte.
1 Jnly 1, 1S 2t J. B. PACE, 0. k M.
WANTED AGENTS. $75 TO . $200
per month. Agent wanted errrywhere, aial and fe
male to veil the " Common Srnse Family Sowing Machine,"
SIS. The marhine will titch, ben, fall, tuck, braid, bind and
embroider. The cloth cannot be palled apart, rren after
eTerjr third stitch is 'at. Every Machine is warranted thrne
years. Service of disabled oOwri and soldiers rpcilly de
sired. They sell welt in connection with book, bat pay m
mach larger per cent. For terms address us at Franklin, Sy.,
P. O. Box 'JO. 8. M. TOLIVER A CO.,
angl-3t General Agents for the Soath.
A YEAR MADE BY ANY
oue with 51i Stencil Tools. So experience
necessary. The Presidents, latlifers, and Treasurers or tare
Banks indorse the circular. BVnt free with samples. Address
the American Stencil Tool Works, Springfield, Vermont.
30,000 Pounds Ginseng!
50,000 Founds heather:
25,000 Pounds Beeswax 1
A S WE EXPORT GINSENG TO China,
-A- wo can offer inducements to dealors.
B. A. HOLDEX CO.,
june JMm 07 Vine ftreet, Cincinnati, O.
1" ff PER TEAR! We want .gents every-
11 ft I where to sell our imfbovsk 320 Sewing
Ti.ru n tlmli. rnder and ncer feed. . Sent on
trial. Warranted five years. Above salary or large commission
paid. The oxit machine sold in tbe United States for less
r. . ... ..... , T. 1. -1 . it-.-,
tnan which are uuy ikctmss mt jw, bbkt
Grottr Baker, S.iiyer it l ., and BackeltUr. All other cheap
machines are iifrfrgtmcMti aud the settsr or ser are liable to ar
rtst, fins and impriummeut. Illustrated circulars sent res. Ad
drew, or call npon Shaw A Clark, at Biddeford, Maine, or
Chicago, IU. Julyll-ly
tHff A MOSTH 1 Agents wanted for sir entirrly new
3 itVJ articles. Just out. Address 0. T. G ABLET, City
Building, Biddeford, Mc. Julyll ly
ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
ia against the estate of Wm. 8. Hall, deceased, late a eiti
ten of Knox county, Tenn., are hereby notified to Die them
properly authenticated, with the Clerk of the County Court,
on or before the lMh day of October, IS'iC, or the same will be
forever barred both in law and equity, tho insolvency of said
estate hiving twi suggested to the County Court of said conn,
tv, Julv 15th, 1S0C.
JalySMt M. D. BEABDEX, Adm'r.
NOTICE "OP INSOLVENCY.
rPHE INSOLVENCY OP THE ES-
A. TATE of Wm. Brown having been properly suggested to
tho County Court of the county of Anderson : It was ordered
by the court that all creditors of said Estate file their claims
authenticated, in the manner prescribed by law, with the
Clerk of the County Court for the county of Anderson, on or
before tbe 1st Monday ot December, 180C, that they may re
ceive their pro rta of said estate. This 2l day of July, ltM.
July28-6t L. D. BROWN, Administrator.
U UllDLIl KijUDiniJJJD,
i. i rriT iruin Mercury
A If .
g ALL MINERAL POISON,
Tf j Ami -m-, nudotibl'Jly, tlic
SICK AXD XERVOl'S HEADACHE !
lllev in- Ml (!;..
9 y - ' -e.-::,l Mllitiitv for tho
imu-ji, i.ieiubr.in-3 c: tho bow!;, . V
thereby u-moAin;; tho?u. Asa
posod cf the most
Powerful Vegetable Extracts
v. h;ch c a -.i'rct aotiva ca ti,e
SPLEEN AND LIVER,
the happy tife-t 01 which can be.
seen r-:fer 011a cr two u'oeea. They
Remove the Bile,
.T11 .. :, t?i,y -ire, :.s thir Lns
i kI'.C!!?:-', the
"The Lif3-Giviug Principle." j
Th- Mftreh o.ii Jiteia &n.l '
v I :nk atts vrrv rr,ot, leaving tha !
f are PiiKKK"". I'l.V HARMLESS TO
rr, I -STAN Oli I'ERsvNii OFTME
ISSlM'.'Si IiKl.liTATE fwNSTirO-
3AIER. STJEEH A1MDBETTEH
tht.n nsic.vr U-iu;o Un aTallKbH
to mankin-l, sr. j, t-u thiekiy si).
ed as a KKJt KDV FO R CH 1 LDRES,
snd eron .vho ,ve it dread of
P'.v9!low:n-i 1 pill. They r.re, nn-qste-jti'-a:.'-...
, on-' of our most
sjitCtury 'ATH RTIOS,
y i t-s with" '
PRINCE, WALTON & CO,,
iv?t.-c-:.jri to Dr. C. W. K..ba.-;k,)
svlk ri:i)rniK T'.'iw,
Nos. 56. 58, 60 & 62 East Third St.
Are So!d by a!i Druggists and
Dealers in Patent Medicines
" .. . . .... ... i . i j .
Incorporated by an Act of the General
Assembly of the State of Tennessee,
Passed May 24, 1866.
Anlliorizert Capitol, MH,O0O,OOO.
20,000 Shares of $50 Each.
Cue thousand auu-res of Stock having be-.n subscribed, the
Company proccodad to organize by tho.electitra ef the flow
ing Board of Directors :
Mai. GFO. U. THOMAS,
" R. V. JOHNSON,
- UH'EL trVT?ON,
J. W. I'KAJH.'Ri:,
C. C. CIEHS,
XV. Jl fiUit!OW Lli
OIlfJLKs MKCIEI) BY IB OAEr.
Maj. Gen. GEO. II. TUOMAS. Preidnt.
' R. W. JOHNSON, Vi;e Presid-.ut.
TELIA K. CHEATHAM, Socr.tarv.
VNSOX NELSON, Treasurer.
JOSEPH 9ACDK. G-cral lai. A; ul.
rPHE LEADING "OBJECTS OF THE
Company are to encourage immitraticn to our State, and
to supply tho demand tor vcry description of labor.
They propose to accomplish the first of these objects by the
purchasing of lands, whe.ru suitable water poorer or other ud
vantages may be bad for manufacturing purposes; and also
by purchasing lands in lnrni tracts, near cities, rivers and
railroads. These lands will" be divided into suitable lota or
tracts, and alternate tracts sold to the immigrant at or near
cost, tho purchaser paying ouc-forth cash aud the remainder
ia one, two and three years.
Tbo Company will also act a? aent for !ar6"j laniholtrs
who desire to have their lands colonized.
The Company proposes to supply the demand ior labor by
furniahin Mechauics, Gardners, and all description of labo
rers. They will seenrt this labor by buiug able to guarantee
employment at renmnr:tive prices in tha most healthy and
genial climate in the world, aad they expect to satisfy th
employer by guaranteeing; tho delivering of tho laborers to
him at any sblping point or railroid station. Our system for
furnishing all kinds of labor to all parts of tha State we ex
pect to make perfect. Tor its detail wo refer to our circular
The profits of tLcCesnpany vlU ic derived ftvlu tha ultimate
al3 of tho alternate tracts of land retained, aud from tbe
buildicg up cf villages and towns in places adapted to that
purpose, and front the aiding of manufactories aud the gene
ral development of tbo agricultural and mineral resources of
the State, and aIo froa t'ue direct fees derived from the supply
in? of operatives.
Tho basis of uur stock beintho landj if tio Company, any
improvement of them must echnee the value of the stock in
the same ratio, scd thereby be a ssfo and profitable investment
to tbe stockholder.
The principal oftics will be in Nashville, Teuucesee. aud the
Company de-tign to establish sub-agencies in every countv in
the State. Subscription books are in the bands of Anson Kel
son, Treasurer; Felix R. Cheatham, Secretary; aad Jos. Sau
dek. General Immigration Agent, who are authorized to re
ceive subscriptions for tho awes, of the Company.
GEO. H. THOMAS,
Pres. Tenn. Col. and Im. Co.
i tLIX It. C11LA1HAM, Sec'y. jnly fit
J. . CEAJB. JAS. F. HOETOX. JAi. JlOETvS,
Late Cish'r I". Bk, T-nn. Late Cvfr B k of J.-
JAnoxviue. Na-ihvjii -
Southern and 7eatera Eso Qffice.
CRAIG, w'rm & CO.,
Bro fJTa and Commission 3Ierchants,
So. 6 WALL STREET, SEW YC&K.
CORRESPONDENTS AND SPECIAL
J Agents for Soathern and Western Banks. Merchants and
Railroad Companies, Negociate Loans and Business Paper.
HAKE COLLECTIONS. Pnrchase and sell Government
and other Becnritieft on Commisnen.
Abo, five particular attention to the Purchase Snd Ship
ment of all kinds of Pry Good.',, Groceries, fcc, on orders.
K(C TWO BUSHEL BAGS FOR SALE.
B. X. McCWEX Co.
BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER ISSUED
from tbe Circuit Court at klnvx eouutv, I will - to
the highest bidder, for caih, at the conrt house door lu Knox
viUe, on Saturday the 1st day of September, li. all th
right, title, claim and demand that John W. Ur has n and
to a certain tract of land, situated in the 18th Uvil DUtrict
of Knox county, adjoining the lauds of W. H. Vmru r, !. W.
Arnold and others, containing Acres, more or less. sid
property will be sold to satisfy a judgment that John Chum,
lea recovered against him in the Circuit Conrt of Kn.v coon
ty at iu Juna Term, 18'.
augl-4t , M. V. BEARDKN, Sheriff.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
A FARM OF 200 1IUNDKED ACRES
two miles etc from KnoxvOK Tenn., all of which is
cleared and in cultivation in corn, oats, clover aai grass.
There is a large twe-atory Brick House, two Barns, and ethor
out-hoosee. Upon it is a geod spring and a few Apple Tree.
This Farm t immediately npon the KnxvUle and Rntbvlge
Is a Farm of 108 Acres li miles from Rnulvillc. 1 hero is
npon it a very good, small'Frame one-story House, and a
large and excellent spriug and a few good Peach and Apple
Trees. There is 75 Acres of clearU land, all cf which Is in
grass and clover.
Is a small tract of land of IIS Acres 2'A mik-s from Knox
Tille, npen the KnoxviUe anJ Butledgs Pike. There is no
house upon this land. Ffty Acres of it ii cleared. Tho a;t
Tennessee and Virginia Bail Bead pses through it, and th?re
is finemarole npon it.
Ii a two-story Frame Residence, wall Tn Booms and Iv3
Acres of land, one mile east of the conrt house. Ihis Resi
dence is situated upon a point 35 feet higher than Fort Sun
ders, and bas a fine view of the Cumberland and ether moun
tains and the Tnncwc Biter.
A lar(je twj-sfory Brick Dcl!ing, with tittecn 1 jjli:, an .
Fifty Acres cf Land, two Barns and othir out-l.urrr, an
good spring. Twomilia from KuxvilK an I upin Ihe Knoa
ville and KotMg Pike.
Is a l arni, 3 mile frum KncitlUe, A.r., 1"' .t
cleared, and in clover, the other good timber, a small lg ten
and barn, good springs. Hit East Tennessee and lrfini
Kallr.Mid paws through it.
A email tract tl" Land of Sixty A. res, !' very rii h upland.
3 miles from KnoxviUe, and upun the East Tennessee and
Virginia Railroad. Twenty Acres .f which i cleared, and
the other Forty finely timbered.
T, 1 li., II im.li-...l I . r. . ,,f T .11.1 I. . 1 1 ... 1 1.. 1 . . . ... 1 1. , - l--t
Tennessee and Virginia Iinilrn.nl Depot, and upon Ihe Knox- 1
ville and Rutledge Pike. X improvement", fenced and in ml- '
tivation in corn and oale. ,
A two-story Brick Dwelling hnn ' , of a mile I'ri iu the j
I court house, and in Eat KnoxviUe Corporation. There are
1 Ten Acre of very rich river bottom in cnltiviiti -n as a
j table garden attached tn thi plaee. There are , i-ht ro 'ins. ,
i and a brick kitchen. ;
Vacant Lore. ijn-hundred and Th'i; want l'. n l...t
j in the Corporation.
Is Sixteen Acres of unimproved I.au i iu the Corporaiiva f
East KnoxviUe, known as i'lint Hill, where formerly stov!
the residence of Jul.re White. There is a fine spring upon it
with the exclusive right to it. It fronts abvut l,"""i'-t
the river, and is h;ilf mile from the court house.
li Eighty-live Vciv-i of unimproved Laud, ki than a
from th.' court house, end a part of which i- in the ('
I NO. 13. i
Uuo Tract ot Laud ol Kighty-four Aci' -, souiii ul the riv.-r, I
I aud half mile from the court houte, and fronting upon t li-
j river about 2,tKM foct, rcry r-'-.A, fj Th-r i hn- red 1
1 marble upon this land.
! NO. 11. i
! Teu Acres of Marble Lnd, known u thn lig j Marble l.mJ,
t lylug upon the East T'-nneisce an 1 Virginia Kail road, nud
two miles eaet frem KnoxviUe.
,0. 15. ;
A Zinc Mine, unc mile from Ku vill. , aud Tu A:r- - j 1
The wholu or any part of the above property i tU-r-.l at !
private sale, at fn!r prices, on one tw-. aud tUre yer tim -
Planter's Bank of Tenner . -,
Union Bank of Tennessee, 1
Bank of Tennessee, (old issue,) j
Bank cf Chattanooga,
Ocoee Bank of Tenner.-?, (old Usu..
Or Greenback!". JOS. A. MABRV,
janeotf Knoxvilli,, Ten:,.
VALUABLE MILLS AND WATER POW
EK FOE SALE.
THE Louisville Flour Mills, Saw Mill, and i) u-. of I,
with a comfortable dwelling houso on the bank cf the
Uolston River, fifteen miles below Knoiviile, in the town ot
Louisville, is now offered for iil-. For further particulars
apply to sep20tf KENNEDY A BRU'.-j.
FOR SALE. 100 HUNDRED ACRES
on the Tennessee Rivar. at ths Month nf Pinev Hirer
Nearly all Is first class river bottom land, lertd &q1 very pro- 1
ductive. Offered at 3,000 one-half Trhat It bas been soi l i
for. It is new land, part cf It still In timber. I
Jnlylltf COCKRILL i SEYMOUR
"TOR SALE. 85,000 ACRES OF UNIM-
X PKOVED LAND3 In Ulffereat parts of last Tennessee,
containing immenee mineral wealth. Well adapf d to stock
graizing, with soce sfleadid sites farms, and water power.
Also, some of the land are well suited to settle colonies cf
Emigrants. ParticaUrt mpntir.j tsery kind of lard 5:1 Aijf
TrmcsMe, tt promptly and eraf.tiously jittn. bt ai-'rf'.r.j c-'
calling en. COCKRILL A bETMOCR,
Real Estate Bro5ter
kciJtf Knoxvillo, Tean.
TOR SALE. IMPROVED LANDS IN
- In all parts of East Tennessee, prices aai location t J ;uit
all kinds of pnrchd.eM. A4drss or call oa
dec20tf . COCK KILL 4 SEYMOUR.
IOK SALE. 2,000 ACRES OF FINE
A. Fanning Land, in Scott county. 12 miles from Huntj
vliie, 1J0 Acres under cultivation. 2.V) Acres of Crock bottom
land which produces remarkably well. A grovs of 3'jy Sugar
Maple trees, near the house. Well timborei iud well watered.
A magnificent stock farm. On the rout-: of the proposed E.it
Tcnn"i6 as 1 Kentucky rcltroad.
mar28tf COCKRILI, A SEYMOI'R.
SALE. 100 ACEES IN AN-
PERSOX county, i miles from C'iuch River. A -nlen-
did plantation. Very rich soU. lw Acres now under cultiva
tion. evn houses witn out-buiMmz". A Church, School
House, Pc::cx's Office and a Blacksmith's Shop on the lar.d -Pot
Office on tho farm. Will be sold for SI'jsk.i, an l is very
desirable property would make half-a-dozen rood farsn.
mar2Stf COCKRILL A S E YMOUR.
"POFv SALE. A MAGNIFICENT FARM
-i. of 1,J0 Acres, on the Ilolstou Riv-r, live miles from the
laiiroad. Acres of River botleiu, and :Ji Acre-of the v. rv
be-!t upland now nuder cultivation. Three comfortahle hou
ses, with all out-building. Very fine timber, which ran be
rafted to KnoxviUe at a very small expense.
This property will be divided to suit purchavr-i, and n'i.rd
a lare opportunity for investment. Pric. 5Jd per Acre.
marSStf COCKRILL A "SEYM OCR.
FOR SALE. 193 ACRES, Focr Mii.es
from KnoxviUe. Rolling land, with a ri, h -il. A
good GrU Mill. A young Viuevard. 05 A :r-s und-r iroi.d
fence. Price ?3,i:"i'.
mar23tf COCKRILL A SEYMvUR.
VALUABLE FAR2X FOE SALE.
A FARM OF TWO UUNDRLI) ACRES,
A-- 14 miles from Telford's lepot, on tho Last Tennessee
and Virginia Railroad, 7 miles from Jonesboru', l- mil-j frjm
Washington College, in Washintou coimty, Teanos., 1 V)
Acros of which is cleared, J Acres in tim'ier.
There is a food Meadow, a Bua Orchard, aad ij tiue a Spriu;
as there is in East Tennessee, on thu larui. For convenience
to mills, schools and churche, this faam is unsurpassed.
There is a spring of aver falling water iu eveiy lield on the
place. a two story brick dwellini; with six rooms, and necessa
ry out building'. It is an excellent Wheat, Gra, and Corn
farm. Is sold for division i.iioug h-iri. For parti'ulrs and
terms of salo, address K. Q. SHANNON,
julylS-at No. .v.'i, Weit Baltimore St., Baltimore,.31d.
$350 D0LLABS REWARD.
WILLIAM G. BROWLOW, GOVEKNOtt OF THr. SCVTL
To SIT. WHO BUALl ill A LI, ett TUKSK I'StSLVTs GxtiTINu:
WHEREAS, IT HAS BEEN MADE
known to me that a c-Ttain JOHN NANCK, charged
with having committed a foul and atrocione .""fare's- i the
bth day of October, 11, upcn the body t,f William C. McBcs,
lata of our county of Grainger, haj ftei from justica an d is
now running at large.
Now, therefore, I, V. G. brownlow. Governor a al'ortiaiJ.
by virtue of the power and authority in mo vested. Id h -r-by
otfw a sewarii of T O UCNDHED AND FIFTY DOLLARS,
to any person or persons who may apprehend the said Jh.t
Nance, and delher him to tha Sheriff or Jailjr of ?j county
of Knox, in order that jutice in that l.half mav bo had
Said Nauco i about 35 yen cf tv, iiv fet igur. in-.-hrs
high, weighs about 140 pounds, dark hair, blua eyes, and or
bad moral character, lie is snppoied to bo lurking iu the
counties of Kaosand Gralngor, wlioro hois well knoan.
ii A m.-. In testimony whereof, I have hereunto sot my
t at.. baud and caused tbe Great Seal of tho Stats to be
' ' affixed at Nashvillo, on the V!th day of Juno, WA.
By the Governor: W. G. EROWNLOW
A. J. FLETCHER, secretary of State. iulylS-t
PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED
A- at tha office of the EnJtvil'a and If .?!.-': n!Trr,jrf
Company until tho last., for the construction of the Tre
tie work required un their lino between Coppor Ridgj and
C'.i-aicn, vit : (four hundred) feet, 28 (tweuty-tigiit) feet
high at Copper Ridge, lOCMfour hundred) feet, !iS (tweniy-eiht)
feet high, at Jordan's Branch: four hundred feet, twonty feel
high, at Clinch River. The timber to be White Oak, the Tres
tle to be on the plan of that at Knob Fork, six miles ncrth of
KnoxviUe. Tbo work to be completed by October lit, on the
first two sections aud by November 1st, Ls6U, on the last de
scribed. ADRIAN TERRY,
julyUtf Chief Engineer, K. and K. Railroad Company.
l jocsrs. x. r. aaiTH.
T. JOSEPH & eo.,
Carter 'of Gay nd Maia Streets,
ifcS"i KnoxviUe. Teantwee,
GEOBGE A. 2IcNI3TT,
(Formerly of A. G. Jackson & Co.,)
WHOLKSALC AXD BKTAIL DCALSR IX
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
No. 1, Coffin's Block, C.ny Street,
Notice to the Public. .
In the yri !?!, th writer embarked in the Drag Buii-
nese in the city of Philadelphia, and whist tbweagssreJ, ssade
several experiments in regard t tb most desirable mod of
pr-parlnj Fluid Extract. My eoVrt being- successful ths
srtk k-s being approved and shI by tbe Medical Faculty I
J sirens of placing tha before tke public, bat asaiteted
lor sone time before concluding- to resort t newspaper adver
tising, knowing tne'prejadices) lbat existed la the minds of
many sgainst asiag advertised XssVnaea Swtnms, tmt
through the advice of friea.ta sad the who had a th'm
tbU objection wa overcome.
A ftr 18 years' exertions, couiiu-'Dcing in a small way, the
po alarity of toy articles baa extended to all parts of the
Vnttl ute, aad widely thronghoat Foreign coatrie-e4
this in the fice f much opposition. Ivery meant las rein
resorted to by unprincipled dealers since their merit nd sat
cc bsvs been hncw-rch as advertising lax gar bottles at I'M
pricj. censuring al! other preparations, and sea copjlog tr-y
advertisementa-but I am happy to state that out of the mar y
who bae resorted to this, none bare beta socsaesful.
in this notice is to make facts known to the pebUce aad r
specublo dealers, believing, after so many years' exertions,
that the Druggists will disconntenance snch proceeding, aad
that the reputation of my articles may not be damaged by th
use of inferior or spurious ones.
Knowing that many may read this article who ar aaac jv.a
ted w ith me, I append a few remarks from thtv of my aatlvs
city, and whoM maies arc known to all parts of the world :
' Being personally acquainted wih Mr. H. T. Bclubold, it
affords me pleasure in slating I have been most favorably tin
pressed with his energy and IntegrUv, sad gratified at Lis
SUCC5JJ." WM. WEIHTMAN,
Firm of Pow-rs A Wclghtman,
Niuth and Brown 5tr.-et, Philadelphia.
iCsrung Bulitm, rUcitsta.
" V. Iwa on a visit to the city of Now York a .-w days
I was Induced to call on my old friend and townsman Mr. I.
T. H'lmbold, DTugst, 59 Broadway, X. V. Kis store is a
Vjde a perteet U-n the handsomest of any kind we aai
ever had tne pluasnre of viewing, and so extensive, being 3i
feet front, five stjriei in height, and over ZvO teot deep. It
indeed affords us men pleasure to know that he has t-tn eo
successful, and it is ample evidence of tho merits of his arti
cles as in our whole bn"ine-5 experience we have not knowu
cf the success of any article without AV;'; advertising mere
ly bringing tho nvn before the pe.pl.-,
" d.j like to advertise worthless wares, "r anti li cal
culated to deceive our readers ; and when we see an advertiser
like Mr. Helmbold, whom we have known for yars, gradual
ly extend his advertising from year to year until he t-vomeai
the largest advertiser in the United States, w are -atif fte, that
th trtement in regard to hi" article ." vr.-- t."
Tin writer reluctantly invert the ab.iie. and a.-nld net a.-
were he not a stranger to many ; and cn. liei-w by stating
tho names of his articles, and the diseases fur whi.'h they have
been n-cd by ninny thu-and- with complete suer.-.
HELMBOLD S EXTRACT OP BUCHU
will cure all di u-e "f th- Kidneys and Bl.idder. Cures Pain
or Weakness in th- Back, Stricture, 4e. ; Cures weak Nervm,
I. of -1emory. Treiuliling, Dimne-si-f Vision.
IIEI.MBOI.l's FM'ID EXTRACT OF BCCUU
i- . pure tl'ii l extrai t, not a weak t.n or infusion. Is the one
thing nee'U'ul for all complaints incid-nt t Females. For
psrtK-uIais ud f"r Circular.
HELMBOLD'S FLUID KXTR.VCT ItUCHL
.r-- .rael and Propicl Sw.-llin j eviMins in M"a, V om. ii,
or . hildren : in f.i.-t. ALL IIKASE" r"'iuirin the aid of a
Iinretic. It is the rreatet Tonic ud liiiretie known per-fe,-tly
"af". plea-irint in f.i-ite and iMor, and imm-li!e in its
HELM It'iLl' S
Fluid Extract of Sarsaparilla,
IIlMlLV Com I.Mr.MI 1'.
tuc bottl- t ' iHial-ut in -trenrtii to one gallon of the ."ynip of
It reaches the--rtt of tie dis-Mi.- imniedi.tt.-lv. esptfllluir all
HUM . F THE BLiH.iD,
AND BEAI'TIFYIN". THE COMPLEXION.
FLUID EXTRACT lltCH I
Noiie-liettnti on r luconlincncu of Urine, Irritation, Intltiit
UM'.ioa or Ulceralt-.-n of tho Ulu ld-r or Kidneys. DiMasv-s -)
th" Prostrat" GIum 1, Stm in tho BUJ l r. Calculus, Grar-I or
Brick Dust Deposit, and all Fi-easee of tho B!Ht, Kiii.-je,
snd Dropsical Sw- Dings.
ITluitl Extmot liuolkii
Weaknesses Arising from Indiscretion-
Tlie Constitution oaco alTectad with tVi.it:o HViv; , r.
quires the aid ut Meditine to tirvaithe and instjvrj:
ttnti., which HILMBOLD'9 EXTRACT BCCUU tnVAnarty
does. If no traairaont ia submitted to Consumption or ln-nn.
ITliiitl Extract liuolktt.
In adectioua pecuiiir t Fi:-;aLj," U uuealUd 'j a-j
other preparation, as in Chlorosis or Retention, IrrtoUr.e-,
painuiiaess, or eo-pre-ion or vustomary t.va.-aations, I !-er-'8d
or Scirrhous state of the Litrur Leacorrhz and :'. n.
plaints Incident to the lei, whothsi arising from habi'. ..f
dissipation, impradence-or in the decline or ehangj fn l.''e.
Fluid Extract lluuliu
AND IMPROVED ROSE WASH.
Will radically eitcrndnate fro-i the sytec liiseas.a tiS.-jii
from Habits of Dissipation ut iitt'.t e.pme, little ..r r.o
ckungt indict, no iTicmvrnitnc or frpo-rars; cocpletcl
superseding thoo Ti;jvift -.? ituneror.t mnfi tf,
tXsjxi rt'it ami Jin-cury ln curing those unpleasant and drrr
I"ltiil Extract liu;liii
lu all tsj of the Lrimry Orir tns, whether eMSliug in V't'r
or t'riiinle, irina ufmti'ter eii.tivt origimitin-t, mt mi'.V.er
hmr lony Ataa-Hay. It is pleasant in taste and odor, i';.i
mtdi'it." in artion, and more trensrthenins; thin any nf the
preparations of Birk or Iron.
Those suffering from Bnk.n 7cir, ur illirit 'lUa
tfrnx, prwnr th rwily at onc.
The reader must he aw. re that however sllaht may be 0;e
attack of the shove disease, it is sure to affect iiin K '!
Health, Mental i'otnr an 7i;..He, and that of his pos
terity. Our fiesh an 1 blocd are supported fmui these sources.
These ;trti-l-, K-iw ,'f such .-treiiTb. the do-e is exotiitsr
ly small. I niiu thi-i fart, it is ns.il in tli I nited State r
my Musci;aN and puMii- Sanitary ln-iititi'.i tljriii-h..ut
K Si.ld by all l'riiiisrs everywhere.
' Aii for Helniljold'ii Tak-" ou otber '
5' Cut out the advrf i-tiiM!it and s- n 1 foi il, jiel t- ihi
means :ivoid eoiinterl-' it.
drug and chemical warehouse,
Horse m Cattle Powfiers.
TUs prepara'on, loo( aud
lavorably known, will Ui-r-unghly
down and low-spirited tor;-.,
by strengthenins; and cl-n-lag
the stomach anJ lnt-
I U a luf j prseuU-i w
rr to u; a;i dueases bc!J:B.
thia auunal, sic'tt ftj LO'tf 1H.NES, ttLANDERS, TELL,-
FOUNDERS, LOSS OF AP
PETITE AND WTAL LN
ERGT,:. Iu use impr o v vi
the rind, inercasei tkc appe
tite frives a Jtno-.lh and
Klosi siiniad transforms
'be mlserabls skeleton into
a fine looking and spirited
To keeper of Cuws this preparation l invsuoable. It ftr-
creases the quantity an i is
proves the quality of the
milk. It has been proven by
actual experiment to Increase
the quantity ef milk sod
craam twenty per cent. a4
makes the batter Bra and1
frwcel. In fattening cattle,
it give them an appetite,
loosens their hide, aad make
thetj 'hrivemach faster.
In ail diseases of dwiae, such as CoogLj, tiers ia tLe lui.gs,
Liver, c this article acts -i-
as a speeiCc. By putting
from one-half a paper to a
paper in a barrel of. twill
the above, diseases will be
eradicated or entirely pre
vented. If eiven In time, a
certain preventive and cure for tha Bog Cholera,
PHc 3-5 Ceatt per Paper, or 5 Papers for tL,
y. V. I OTJTZ fc BHO,
AT THUJi x
v. j ant.u ., .vcBin.iiE dltt,
A -.. i1'. Frai-Llin St,, Baltiinore, Kd.
Kor sale by Chamborlain Brothers, XnoxTille, Tanaw
and by Dmifists and Storekeepers CJioujhout tho Unite
ICE CREAM SALOON.
TIIE UNDERSIGNED EESPECTFUL
LT Informs bis friends and tbe public, that be haa r
f Pned his well known Ice Cream Saloon, on Market Square,
for the accommodation of ladies and gentlemen. Every elTesrt
will be made to please those who- snay favor him with their
Families supplied with loe Cream st all tisnes at rnabK
rates. - .-'t
A larje supi ly of Cue Cumec nonary, rniita, NniN rA
Ae., constantly on hand.
Rememlvr Ihe place. Market Sinarr, west Mc.
inne-.Oif T KfC V