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The Song or me Tilt.
Thtllt,h. tilt, till', tb. tblug-T."
AT, outdone In ,',. .nd tingle ir.cn "wilt."
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... .oj ob Mount B1nc and been lost in ama;i
i. ..tor her ies-boond arandeor dlsplaTt ;
"f t. frit bit onl thrill on bripbt .nmmer
At I Ungnidly floated dowsi aplea' lair bay.
But to tee nature perfect iu
Th tIit-waT boopt - M lar:' na ltf!hl'
Rami tuch qawr dry good, one bid from lb tifcht.
Too. ean read tbe initult marked on th-m qnit plain.
From which men (if tbey r mortal) will tcarc-ly relrain.
It make ne great difference 'bout culture of mlud,
Wtall crowd of young fellow't are always bchlnrij;
Parhapt tbe't flirt, or pereb DC she's a Jilt,
ht Set tbem all craxy by swinging her I ill.
Tt fair m the round cncitt least so I bctr.
Are the chief apparatus ou which tilt- appear.
Tht jot tn von know Tory well wht 1 lao
Wear the cld-fathioned hoops aud a long crinyl n
At tht tifc-swny twingt make. lutiful 'f '''
And at flora tfpt gai'J o T wtr that s .put
Ilpandton tbt Tit. with a twlng of the tilt.
r costume of Gim. and the topi of Rome
, .atdoDt in toto by Uir on a at hoo.-.
r married nvn shir. anl singl m-n wilt,
At dTms.lt p- b w,th a twi.. of tb- TUT.
The Sonthern I nlon Convention---Letter
from Governor Fletcher, or MIs-
8UrCiTToF Jkzksksk, Mo., .lu'y 23 'CO.
John F Hume, Esq , Stertiaty State Central Cum
mittte: I)ia tm ' It is ir.pod bv -the ,.ov-l ni. -n
or the Sutes lMdy relieved of ibe burthen of 8l
Vl ... .:.f..;;i in h..M ConVetl-
twma tmcurMiiuuii -
, Philadelphia cn the 5th dy " f Spte:rib.r
Mifiouri, firt to hrserl the right of loyal
men to rule, I bope, to represented eti thatw
of tbe President to defeat the will t the men v.h
mwrted rd mtiir.tiiint d tbe i)Ht ul nuthnrity, m
.. mtilpnient of the terms of the retoruU. n to for-
mer relation of the people who -waticd war again-t
ih fiovprnment and tz of our common country
m-.llfnl WindnrM. To hesitate to t:ke croundh
fulW in fnvor of the ripbt of those who are loyal t
nr) love the GoTcrnment oi our lathers to cntroi
v. rmnra Hpninv of the natiou. is to lose all the
frit t,f thedcarlv purchased vicUry of the Union
over the rebellion. To accert the policy of the
v,.AT,t and of the Southern leader wbo Headed
the rebellion and rode on its red tide v. Lilt a plunk
of the bark of eccctsion remained, is to allow tne
enemies of the country to rule even in their defeat.
To permit the friends and supporters of the Presi
dent to acquire rule in Missouri, or in any ot the late
lave States, is to surrender all the rights of citi
zen! on the part of tho unfaltering adherents to the
cauceofthe Union in those States, und to remit
tbem to their former condition of slaves to the dom
ineering and intolerant spirit which ruled the hour
in tho early part of 1661, and drew tbe sword t f in
surrection. I therefore trust thut Mii-souri will be represent
ed in the convention at Philadelphia, and by men
who will represent her truly men who are imbued
with the spirit of Miswuri radicalism, who are of
the advance guard of the progressive loyalists, such
as, amid slavery, secminn, rebellion, civil war. and
the treachery of representative men. have still bat
tled on for Liberty, Union and Eight. As the
sword of Missouri clemmed brightly in tho w;ir Tt
the preservation of the Government, so k-t lh" ex
ample of ber patriot stntt'ttintn btIl in tho lore
inost ranks of those who r:illy to oppose, ly peace
ful bit firm measures, the combination f.jr eiJVeting
a return to national humiliation, and ;r dostroyinu
tbe prospects of a lietter future.
Missouri should stand by the loyal :j;en of the
South, and defend their right to rule.
Tiro. G. Fli.ic hkk.
The New York World makes much sdo in thank
ing President Johnsou for directing Secretary Stan
ton to refuse Gov. Br.u-low's request f.r tro"p t
aid the L-gis)a':iro of Ti-nnet) in eompellincr a
quorum of ttieir inernber to attend in order to vote
on the Corstilutional Amendment. Tha Worhl
lauds the President for restoring the ancient land
marks of our constitutional Government. Let us
see what kind of an net cf.'ls forth this Copperhed
The Constitution of the Uaitcd Stat-, snd . f
most States in the Union, including Tennessee, i ou
tains a clauso providing that two-thirds of the whole
number of members shall constitute a quorum to do
business "but a smaller number may adjourn from
dav to day, and may be authorized to compel the
attendfin p of absent member, in such manner and
under such penalties as ach Ilous.t may provide."
F"r tb purpose of compelling attendance, of absent
members necessary to mak a quoiurn. tho members
actually present under the Governor's call constitu
ted tbe Lecislntare of Tennessee. Tho Constitu
tion of tlw United States further provides that "the
United States" shall ';on the appliettion of the
Legislature of a Slate or of tbe Execut ive when the
Legislature cannot be convex d " rrotecteach State
against domestic violence. In the present instance, j
several members of the Tennessee Legi,.)Hture, in j
order to prevent a quorum, refused to be present or j
to vote. Two of them v. ere arrested by the Ser-geant-at-arms
in obedience t the Constitution f
Tennessee and the mtdatj of th. Iloii-e, and in
vmfnrmitv wi'.h th-? cutiit'tulion "f everv oetnia-d
body, fr.'irj the British Parliament or. th- Anciicn
Coneress down to th stiiullHt villagn Council that
has a corporate existence and lei-1 itive powers. A
rebel JuJge, Frazier, in contempt of the II. i , re
leased tl e two men so arrested, and !-ent the Sheriff
to arrSl the Sergeant-at- Arms. In t!i ri'nt. the
Sheriff with twenty-five accomplices broke info the
Capitol and arrested the Sergeant-at-Arms. This
was not only domestic violence, it v. tij a cuse of c'er
rebellion airainst tho lawful powers f tne Legisla
ture on tbe part of persons who w--re cither wholly j
ignorant of those po.wors, ; wen w.-ro prepart d '
consciously and inttrittoi.ilv to d.-fv then. In;
ettuer view, it was ju tn- c:ia cxprcss -a oy tuc
Constitution of tho United Slates, when it pr.'vi,!.- !
Ar rfl 1 1
1 mmuirv iincc n: io'l uiMii'.'-ijj it
plication of Gov. Drownlo.v for miiiiMry
aid wa.- ;
one strictly within the letter of th- Coii-litulion of
the United Slates. It cannot be d.-nh-d that the i
Governor acted within his suthurity in convening
the Legislature, that any number ih.m a quorum
had the right to compel absent menbe.s to uttend
and vote, and to arrest and iriiprise:; tl:'rn if they
refused ; thut no Stale court would have the riiiht or
lawful power to discli.-irce-persons arrested, or to
arrest the Serges nt-i:t-Arms of a lcgi.-httiv-e body
while in attendance upon its se--ions, and t.r obey
ing its orders. Ilence tho Sherill" and his accom
plices were acting in rebellion g:iinst the State of
Tennessee, anJ it was the cler duty of the Presi-
dent to have furnii-bed military force,
such a rebellion. Xo act of Fre-ider
administration is so uneonr-titutional :h
; his refusal
10 comply wiln this reouest ol liov. t,r
act of Secretary Stanton will indict s-.derp a j
on his reputation as hi consent to be the instrument t
of such a refusal. Fortunately, the force winch the !
" J T ' , . , - . ' it'
vjovcriiur una jjegisiHiure naa a: comman.i :ivu;it u
lor lueir purpose, ina lull two-thtrds ot tiia wnoi
number of members elected were procured, and the
Amendment was passed. Nevertheless the fact re
mains that Andrew Johnson, when requested lo
lend military force to oppress the rebellion in Ten- j
nessee, reiutea ; ana this, Uopperneatls would nave
c blieve, is -restoring the undent landmarks of
the Constitution." Chicago Tribune.
Colosel J. W. Forney seds the following to the
Philadelphia r-c;c, over his own signature:
"Among the voluaiincus report juet received by
Gen. Howard from bis subordinates in lhe Freed -men's
Bureau, is a detailed ceuiued statement ot
the barbarity of a Virginia woman, inflicted upon
her lemale slave, which almost defied human belief
ad far surpasses the exaggerated pictures of action
This woman had been in the habit of beating h. r
slaves for many years, and the fact they were made
free seems to have intensified all the passions of
her nature. The case referred to is that of a girl or
young woman, who is said to be a mere illustration
of tbe manner in which similar cruelties were prac
tised upon others. She was stripped na'xe J, tied,
and thrown face downwards before a hot fire Her
back bavins: been burnt or scorched by the fire, her
mistress croceeded to lacerate bv whipping her
with the greatest fury, after which, horrible to re
lata, a mixture of cayenne pepper, vinegar and oi
was rxured over the shrieking und almost delirious
victim. Lest what I say may bo doubted, I deeti
it my duty to tell you that 1 have this statement
from Gen- Howard own lips, and will to-morro
furnn-b you with a circumstantial account. Gen.
Howard bas a photograph of this poor creature in
bis possession, and Judge Underwood, cf Virginia.
proposes to take her into his own lunuiy, and to ac
company ber to the PrcsiJii of tlio United States,
there to Jet b:ui 1-et specimen of tbe huu
ity of tha reconstructed rebels."
Ta Buffalo Courier tells the following f.ory of
Mr. Corwln, of Hamilton, a brother of tho late Hon.
Thomas Corwin :
ilany years ago, when the temperance excitement
was at .its height, Mr. C. became an active memlt-r
of the K Washington Society," and was called upon,
from far and near, to deliver his soul-stirring ap
peals in the popular temperanee reform th'.n spread
ing like wildfire over the country. On one occasion
a - limb of the law -' called at the office of ilr. O,
and found him, with troubled countenance, intensely
poring over the Bible. On being questioned as to
the cause of bis distress, he replied : " I bavesearch
ed this holy book, from Genesis to KeveUtion. to
find an argument for a temperance lecture, and can
find but a solitary instance of any one crying for
water, and he was in bell, where pious men don't
want to go."
Tbe Legislature of Tennes-ce have named the
fiOCiion of country around whero Divy Crockett
once lived, in honor to that renowned s ttler .nd
j v7 SCt ' in r'c hit jjjr'" " ' - - )
i a i ITS' . a i .
n a .-. -r..i j ',a
E. J. SANFORD & CO.,
WHOLESALE and RETAIL DRUGGISTS,
Opposite First Nafonal Bank,
T-TAVE IN STOKE AND FOU SALE,
a a- &t crcatly reduced prices,, a complete Stock of
PATENT MEDICINES, DYE STUFFS,
PERFUMERY, TOILET ARTICLES,
And otlK-r artiLe-B too nuuuroui to aiention.
Special iu Jacctutnts offered to Country Merchautt and Thy
rHEatBiPIIoXS carefully cemroundedat all bourt.
rCKE WlSEs AND LIQUORS cf our own importation
for iae!iciuitl purposct, conetantly ou band. aprltf
CLARET AND SICLEY WINE,
FOR MEDICINAL USE,
'.'! our on u iiupcrtatioue.
WAKItAXTJSr) I'URE !
Also iu Stor,'
COXGRESS WATER, &C
E. J. SANFOBD A Co.
"IVE TONS OF WHITE LEAD FOR
tale by . J. SASFOHD & CO.
GALLONS RAW and
iusBci Oil, by the gallon or barrel.
E. J. SANFORD A CO.
OAL OIL BY
THE GALLON OR
E. J. SAKFOBD A CO.
pAXXEKS OIL, BEST QUALITY, BY
J the gallon cr barr.l.
E. J. SAXFOBD & CO.
f UBRICATING OIL BY THE GAL-
-a-i LuX or barrel.
mai '1 U'
E. J. SAXFOBD A CO.
OIL BY THE GALLON OR
uiar21tf E. J. SAXFUBD A CO.
RIVER CEMENT BY THE
niariltf E. J. SAXFOBD A CO., Agents.
WHITE ZINC FOR
to suit. mar2ltf
SALE LN LOTS
E. J. SAXFOBD A CO.
P) EM All VARNISH
FOR SALE BY
E. J. SAXFOBD A CO.
I j '
FOR SALE BY
E. J. SAXFORD A CO.
"FURNITURE VARNISH FOR SALE bv
E. J. SAXFORD A CO.
FOR SAXE BY
E. J. SAXFORD A CO.
OED LEAD FOR
E. J. SAXFORD A CO.
7INDOW GLASS FOR SALE BY
tiiarJltf L". J. SAXFOBD A CO.
E. J. SAXFORD A CO.
SPANISH WHITING FOR SALE BY
O umrjitf E. J. SAXFOBD A CO.
' ' ' ' '
LAMP BLACK FOR
E. J. SAXFOBD A CO.
PAINTS I FAINTS ! ! PAINTS ! ! !
F EVERY KIND, AND IN ANY
quiuti'v, at th-j EiEtern Iiics, with frelgbt added, by
E. J. SAXFOBD A CO.
1 BRUSHES of EVERY DESCRIPTION,
J for aalo ly E. J. SAXFOBD A CO.
USE LIGHTNING FLY KILLER,
Forenlo hx E. J. SANFORD ft
"FLAVORING EXTRACTS, ALL Kinds,
X For sa.e by E. J. SAXFOBD A CO.
"JEFFREY'S EDINBUGII ALE,
tf For eale by E. J. SAXFOBD A CO.
DASS LONDON PORTER,
AJ For tale by J. J. i
SAXFOBD A CO.
Dr. M. LYTLE'S ELIXIR,
THE GREAT SOUTHERN REMEDY,
Fur the safe, spcedg and effectual Cure of
DianlicEa, Dysentery, Cholera Morbus,
Griping: Pais attended with severe
Purging of the Bowels, General
Debility and Prostration of
It I.a-long U--ueulJ. and hat stood the tt if time, and
!;as cuotinually murni new advocate to its merits, possees-
:u Uis&iy aromatic, ana tonic, m well at the excellent
carminative .juami.f. oi several oativeplauu, which, during
n serious research, have been to blended, that it has proved by
I a-l"ii;-lnn euicaey upon the bowels and stomach, to be
lh atet and best m-iiciue for general use, now known, for
all d-u?ct oi ma eow?is ana sioiuaeu.
. E. J. SAXFORD A t.,
WbulewJe Agents for the Cuited r-tutc?.
S-.jW by 1) .ViU'hill Co., Knoxville ; Pr K N-ruggs,
Sweetwa'ter : J -V Sawyers, .Vaynardville ; J tjray Smith,
Jfaryville: J II Sawyers, RutleJge; B 11 Ash more, Juoesy
Creek ; tlirri-r A Co, .Varyrille, lenn. may.tr
Eruitie.nt. Pimntes or Blotches on the face. Clcert Bun
uiuz urc. or anr ilieao arisinc from an imnare Itate of the
blood, p. to 1. J AM KS KODGElilL txxs ot a bottle of
Gregg's Constitutional Life yrup. feb28tf
DOZEN JJROOMS, AT MANU-
FACTl KKI1S prioet tomerchanta at
COW A3, BtcCLlSU A CO.
DRY GOODS. &c.
BRANNER Sc JOIIIS'SXOIV,
Otrf Street, 3 cfoors South of Ocoee Bank;
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
BOOTS and SHOES,
HATS and CAPS,
and VIRGINIA SALT.
Agents for Fairtsuk i Standard Scale of all kinds.
marTtf BBAKXEE A JOnXSTOX.
JULIUS OCHS & CO.,
WE REMOVED TO THEIR NEW
rar ham's Hall,
n-xt door to E. J. Sanford A Co. Drug House, rposit irsi
Thev bare fitted up tbeir capacious house in the most ele
gant ttyle, and having coudenaed their entire stock, and with
the adoit ion oi a new anu cregaui
have how tbe largest and beat assorted
Retail House in East Tennessee.
They will alwayt keep a large ateortmeent of
DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS,
NOTIONS, DRESS TRIMMINGS,
EMBRODERIES, PIECE GOODS,
GENTLEMEN and BOYS' CLOTHING,
LINEN, ZEPHYand SILK SACKS.
CARPETS, FLOOR and TABLE
LADIES', MEN'S and BOYS'
SHOES and BOOTS,
LADIES', MENS' and BOYS' HATS:
TRUNKS, CARPET BAGS, VALISES
Also a large variety of
HARDWARE, SADDLERY", CLOTHING
LIQUORS, WINES, and CIGARS,
aud a groat tnanv other articles too numerous to mention.
hi i-m ho l l at the lowest Dotaiblc Dried.
All kinds of country produce taken at the blgheet mark?
We will offer eucb inducements to purchasers at to merit
their patronago ; at tbe tame time we tender our thanks to
our friende and cuttomert for their kind patronage in our old
standi, and respectfully toliclt a continuance in our new and
rWunt houte. and wa hoDe bv polite attention, honest and
fair dealing and low paieot, to gain your confidence.
Pleat give u a call. JCL1CS 0C1I8 A CO.,
Green Fillart, next door to E. J. Sanford A Co,
OUR LADIES' BAZAAR,
we have told oot to Mr. Emile Franck, and we respectfully so
licit a thare of public patronage lor mm. juntuu
Opposito tlie Post Office.
TTAVING PURCHASED THE EX-
II TEXSIVE and FasBloaBis itock of
Heretofora belonging to V. Flasdiks A Co.,
JAS. H. AR3ISTR0NG,
W'onkl Kspcctfully inform hit
OLD FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS,
That he would be happy to wait cn them again, guaran
At any houte in
Tha Stsck will be added to from day to day, by Erprm, aud
itlt hoped that tbe moet fattidioue, at well at the moeteronom
ical, both of the city and the country, can be pleated.
COME ONE! COME ALL ! I
MONEY SAVED IS MONEY MADE!
KENNEDY & BRO.,
rfor ictst of t'.e Exchange u;id lij!oai:c Bank,
OEG LEAVE TO INFORM THEIR
I ..i i .nrf ihr nuhlic L-nerallv. that they are now
Manufacturing and kp constantly oo 'hand a very superior
DOZEN AND BUNCH THREAD.
4 -A S H E K T I N Gr
Grain 8c Flour Sacks,
Towhichweimlvetheattculiou cf Aicrchin's aad tiie pub
SALT! SALT ! I SALT!!!
h ik also made arrangements for a couttaut supply of
in sacks and barrels, wlikh
prices, freights added.
lid at manuiaclurer't
We are also rwf-ivinf e.ioJ arsorlment of
Which we propose to sell u low SS asy house in EooXYille,
fC?.' " T --W
FRENCH CALF SEWED BOOTS, MADE TO ORDER !
LEATHER BELTING, Made to Order 1
All Orders Promptly Shipped by Express to all Points on Railroads, Ac
J. S. VAN GILDER,
n. D. I. McCIiOSKY,
EVANS, GARDNER & CO.,
M PORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
Gloves Hosiery, &c,
o, '27? 11 road war cw York.
New and Splendid Stock
Spring Summer Dry Goods 1
Vay street. Knoxville, Tennessee,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED AND OPEN
ED s superior stock of new and fashionable
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS!
Consisting of Ladies' Drett Goods, Ready-Made Clothing of
every variety , Hats, Caps, Boots, Bhoet, Notiont, Ac, Ac, ail of
which they will dispote of at a reasonable profit. Ws incite
the public generally to call and examine our stock before pur
chasing elsewhere. mlStf EAME8 A WILD8.
I'tilSG B. T. BABBITT'S PCBB CONCfiNTKATJiD POT
ASH, or BEADY SOAP MAK.EB. Warranted double the
etrength of common Potash, and superior to any other tapon
ifler cr ley in the market. Put np In cant of 1 ponnd, 2 poundt,
3 poundt, 6 pounds and 12 ponndt, with directions in English
and German for making Hard and Soft Soap. One pound will
mako 15 gallons of Holt Soap. o lime It required. Consum
ers will find this the cheapest potato in market.
B. T. BABBITT,
Kos. CI. Co. 05. C7. GS. C9. 70. 12. aud 71 Washington tt., 5. Y
D. T. BABBITT'S best Medicinal 8ALKKATLS, " made
from Common Salt." Brtad made with thit Baleratnt con
tains, when baked, nothing but common salt, water, and Sour,
Not. 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, e9, 70, 72, and 74 Washington tt., New
B. T. BABBITT'S 6TAB YEAST POWDER. Light Bis
cuit or any kind of cake may be made with this " Yeast Pow.
der" in 15 minutes. Ho ehortenini( is required when sweot
milk is nsed. So. Ci to 74 Washington Street, New York.
B. T. BABBITT'S LABOR SAVING
SOAP. This soap is made from clean aud pure materials,
contains no adulteration o any , will not injure the most del
icate fabric, and la especially adapted for woolens, which will
not shrink after being wasbed with this Soap. It may boused
in hard or salt water. It will remove paint, grease, tar, and
stains of all kinds. One pound warranted equal to two pounds
of ordinary family soap. Directions sent with each bar for
making three gallons bandtome soft soap from one pound of
this buap. Each bar is wrapped in a circular, containing full
directions for use, printed in English and German. Ask your
grocer for " B. T. Babbitt's Soup," aud take no other.
B. T. BABBITT, Sos. tA, to, ti'i, 07, CS, fc'J, 70, 72 and 71
Washington street, New York. Apr4-ly
Special Notice ! j
Mrs. Winslow's Mystic Pills
ARE PREPARED ONLY FOR A
A. legitimate purpose, and are ti.3 only safe and effective
medicine for fcmal.s extant.
Do not triilf witu your health, and us ch-iip und daugerov.s
medicines, which Druggists huvo bought, and will recommend,
being isnoraut of their properties.
Tb',yare a certain euro for all tii -isc painful aud dangerous
disorder tJ which the Female constitution is u!'jTt. They
moderate nil oxcess, rend remove all obtruetiou. They iuvij:
oratethe debilitated and delicate; and by rci;ulatiug ami
strengthening the system the hue of Iioe.ltli U restored to the
cheek.-, weakness of the spino an l liji'-s rrlii veil, aud all the
indications of Nervous Debility reniov- i. ' maiden, wile,
or mother should be without t!uiu.
Try them use according to directien, and nviacvJ that
they ore the Lapv's Fbiend.
Ai'i f"T Mrs. Wimlnui'tMijttic PU'i. Take none other. Price
Si per box, or three boxed for S3. For sale by all druggist.
THE QUEEN ! THE QUEEN!!
THE QUEEN OF
ily lu name, but in virtues
RESrOKEQ Is QUEEN, not o:
It i the
best Hair Kcstorfr cur
to tbe fublic.
Au iufulliblc nttrosra and rssstttviTt of tbo Hair if laiib
It is io Hair Dye !
It acts diroctiy upen the roots of tho hair, changing grey
hair to its original life color ; arresting premature decay and
falling out ot the hair ; eradicating scurf anl dandrutl, and
curing all humors of the scalp.
It will chungo dry and wiry hair to sjft aud luxuriant tres
ses. It imparts a delightful fragrance to the hair.
In shoit, if you wish to restore your hair, as in youth, and
retain it through life, use
Mi 8. Winslow's ftaeea Hair Restorer.
Trice 1 per bottle. Bold by all Druggists.
E. J. 6ANF0SD k CO.,
CHAMBERLAIN BRO i'.
may2-ly Gimbal Aoests, Knoxville, Tcuu.
MRS. WlflSLQW'S MYSTIC PILLS
A RE TDE ONLY SAFE AND TRULY
J.M. sirscTiVE medicine for Females extant.
Do not triilo with your health, and use cheap aud Jamjerous
medicine, which Druggists may have bought, aud will recom
mend to you, being iguorant of their qualities.
Mr. isiaiow'a nytt c Pi 1I are mild in their
operations; correct all irregularities and painful menstrua
tion ; remove all obstruction! whether from cold or otherwise.
No maiden, wife, or mother should bs without them.
Try them use according to direction, aud we know the re
sult will be as desired.
Ask for Mrs. Winslow's Mi sue l'mi. Take none ether.
Tries 2 por boi, or 3 boxes for S5. For eale bv all drug
gists. CHA1MBEKLAIN BK0S.
mar-Itf Whoiesalo Agents.
THE UNION APPLE PARER.
THE UXION APPLE PARING MA-
I CHINE is so constructed that the Knife pares iroins both
ways, commencing at each end of tho several apples alternate
ly, thus avoiding a wa.to of time in turning back without :
paring, and also overcoming tho objections to tho " snap ma- j
It coutaius a less number of pavts than any other macbiuo ;
in market. .
The goars are all couaected directly with each other, there- ,
by dispensing with tho arbor or rod to connect tbem, and ;
which has alwayt been liable to work loose and turn around ;
without moving the parts. J
It is about tbe usual wight of others but more compact, ;
thus beiDg stronger and requiring a smaller box and thereby ;
IT IS VEKY T1I0K0UG11 IS ITS CONSTKCCTIUN, and .
is not liable to get out of order by constant or hard u-iug. 1
Only four turns of tha crank is required to pare each apple. :
It has a straight knit'.-, consequently leaves the apple smooth j
and handsome. - i
It will pare a large or small apple equally as well. !
Great pains have been takn to perfect this machine in ail
its parts, and it is WARRANTED ENTIRELY SAIISFAC-j
i TOEY. I
The Bay State
APPLE PARER, C0RER AKD SLICER.
The above is a simple machine, and warranted as recommen
ded. It will Pare, tore and Slice t-y five turns of the crank.
It weighs hot iff pounds, andean be had at the low price of
Call and examine this machine, and we warrant yon will
be pleased with iu operation.
PEACH, POTATO AKD APPLE PARER.
This is a good and and useful Machine, and thonld be in
the hands of all housekeepers. An examination of the above
MILES BACON, General Agent.
For sale, wholesale wi retail, at the store of 3 T. Worm,
opposite tlio First National Bank, Knoxville. Orders prompt
ly attended to. j"ne 27-2m
Thk Bkst Cigar only Five Cents, at tho Cheap
Tobacco Store on Cumberland Street. tf
SlfTIl Bill MOO I. ItPntlinci m. am
ATTORNEY AT LAW
United States Claim Agent,
Collecting promptly attendtd to in
all the Counlic oj
TROSECUTES ALL KINDS OP CLAIMS
l against uiw wu,ciuiutu, j . ,
Pension, Bounty, Back Pay- Ac, Ac, uue tne mends of de
a a a m n i arm
.nn'imri honvht r collected on (he best terms.
Informal claims oorrected and collected for boreet, forage
ana proper. uu, . , ,
Alto, coUeoU pay for negroes enUsted in fhe army belonging
to loyal citixent. . , 11...
He baa s record of fhe death of all East Tennessee soldiers,
who have died belonirlne to the Union army. He desires to tee
all pertont who drew a pension at the breaking ont of the rebel
. . , , i. .k mi.ii- lAvtn a wid
.h. u .Mtitirf ir no tridow. tha children, tf no children, tbe
father, if no father, the mother. As. The fees in this dais of
eases it five dollars, and one dollar and fifty cents for each cer-
ntr!.rra to Urn. 8. P. Carter. Dr. Brownlow. Cola. John Wit'
liamt, John Baxter, 0. P. Temple, Baml K. Bodgers and Judge
Office in basement ttory of the Court House. myl"
. CLAY SMITH.
C. P. WILCOX
At t orue js &Co n usellors atLaw,
OFFICE ON MADISON STREET,
Between (tb and 6tb,
"ITTILL practice in the Circnit Conrtt, Court of Appeals
V V Federal and bnprame Courts ot tne i nitea states.
SetT" Claima of everv character DromptlT attended to.
During the winter, Mr. Wilcox will be found at the office In
Covington, Sir. Smith will attend to business in Washington
L. S. THOWBBIPSE. A. CA1BWIU
TROWBRIDGE & CALDWELL,
A TTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
XJL AT LAW,
sr Office in rear of the Court House. nov8-Iy
O. P. TEMPLE,
TTORNEY AT LAW,
KEFEREXCE. Governor Wm. G. Brownlow. janlCtf
J. S. MATTHEWS,
3L. L I U 1 II tl J Ulv -M-A 1 V 9
WILL practice in tbe conrtt of McMinn and adjoining
counties, and in the Bapreme and Federal conrtt at
Knoxville. ug9 ly
FLEMING & BROOKS,
Tbe undersigned have this day entered into partnership in
the practice of Law, in the State and FedoralCoarts for Eat
Orricx South-west corner of tho court-house, first floor.
December 1st, 1S55. JN'O. M. FLEMING,
janlOtf E. J. BB0OK3.
STOVES AND TINWARE.
WILLIAM HOFFMAN & CO..
i Knoxville and Jonesborough, Tennessee,
Mauufacturert and Wholesale Dealers in
; Tin, Copper, Brass & Slif et Iron
Aud Honte l'uruhhing Good generally.
Agent;' for the Sale of
j S. H. Eansom & Co.5s
j Comprising a larg variety of
j Cooking, Parlor and Heating
eUIAELK 10 THE WATS Or I1IE FE0FLX Or XIXM.Sli.i.
The reputation of these Stoves is too well established in this
; country to need comment.
Wo shall at all timet keep on hand a supply of tho M-.Mei
aud au assortment of extra plates for repairs.
WM. COFFMA3( sfc CO.,
Knoxville and Joncsboio', Tuuu.
Si no! the "Big Coffee-Pot;'
Opposite General Tillson's Headuarien,
TI'C'T 'DPfiPTTrT'Tl 4 T AT flP TTV . .r
Iron Ware, which will be sold at s reduced price,
have Brest Kettles, Wash Bowls, Candle Sticks, Pepper Boxes,
Graters, Meat Cutters, 8oup Ladles, Flesh Forks, Butter Spoons,
Cake Pant, Baking Pant, Tea Canisters, Milk Pans, Fancy Cupt,
Match Boxes, Fancy Boxes, Snuffers, Colee Mills, Fire Hhoveli,
Egg Beaters, Spittoons, Ac. Ac.
We arc receiving a supply of Cooking Stoves, to which we
call 'he attention of the puulio.
W All kinds of Tinware made to order at short notice.
Particular attention given to repairing:
KeT All orders promptly filled.
IS. A large lot of new Cooking Stoves of the most im- I
proved ttyle, extra vessels of all kinds. Also Baks Ovens, Skil- !
lets and Bread Pans, just received, to which we invite tne at
tention of the public,
uibtf J. B. UOXilE.
C. M. McGhee, President,
Jo. R. Mitchell, Cashier.
I Oi i ke Ocoee Bank Building.
WILL TRANSACT GENERAL BANK
ING and Brokerage Buines, receive deposits, issue j
cert idea tet of deposit, deal In
Exchange, boy Gold, Silver,
Bank Notee, Bonds and stocks
Stockholders Individually Liable.
O.M. McGUEE, 'JOS. B. MITCHELL,
JNO. R. BRANNEK, . ;IHJK-3iT,Yv.
TUOS. H. CALLOWAY. SAMLtL HINT.
mayliitf - '
SOLDIERS' BOUNTY CERTIFICATES
bought at highest rate, by the Knoxville Depository,
m-yltf JOS. K. MITCHELL, Cashier.
BANK NOTES WANTED, AT THE
msyltitf JOS. B. MITCHELL, Cashier.
AUAW.SJ6' i iSSSti' tift Zm1""irm
DHY GOODS, &c.
COWAN. H'CLUIIG i CO..
GA Y STREET, KNOXVILLE, TESX.,
T.ESIRE TO CALL THE Attention op
LARGE AND EXTENSIVE STOCK,
Which comprises tbe
To be found in sny
HOUSE in the SOUTHEBX STATES.
AU of whioh have been purchased for
And will be offered to the
At at low prices ss can be purchased in any Market.
NAILS, 3, 4, 6, 8 and lOp, FINISHING
and clinch, in store, and for sale.
COWAN, McCLUNU 1 CO.
and for sale.
Vy and quarter boxes, in store, and for sale.
COWAN, McCLUNO i CO.
GLASS, 8x10, 10x12, IN STORE, AND
for sale. COWAN, lleCTXNG A CO.
pANDY, ASSORTED. STICK AND
fit lie v. in !-tire. and for sale.
COWAN, McCLCNG A. CO.
No. !, it
in store, and for sal
COWAN, McCLtNU & CO.
ATS AND CAPS, FULL LINES, IN
store, aud for sale.
COWAN, McCLfNG t CO.
TICKINGS, STOGIES, GINGHAMS,
A and Cottonade?, in storo and for sale.
COWAN, McCLUNU Jt CO.
TT ARD WARE,
FULL AND COM-
1. 1 PLETE lines, in storf, anl for sal.?,
COWAN. McCLUNU 1 CO
DELAINES IN GREAT VARIETIES,
in ttore, and for sale. COWAN, McCLCNtf k CO.
AXES, COLLIN S
in atore, and for sale.
COWAN, McCLCNO CO.
SUGAR, CRUSHED, POWDERED,
and refined yellow, in store, and for eal".
COWAN, McCLUNU I CO.
p.OFFEE, GOOD, PRIME aud CHOICE,
KJ in store au 1 for sal-. COWAN, McCLCNO A CO.
PRINTS, MERRIMACK, RICHMOND,
JL Allen, Hamilton and other Dia'iie-i, in store and for tale.
COWAN, McCLUNU A CO.
TNDIGO AND MADDER IN STORE,
JL and for tale. COWAN, McCLLNO A CO.
CHEETING AND SHIRTING, Bleach-
O ED aud unbleached, 3-t,7-S aud 1-1 iu i-tore, and for sale.
. COWAN, McCLUNU A CO.
T EAD, BAR AND SHOT, IN STORE,
Ai and for sale- COWAN, JIcCLLNGACO.
PROCKERY AND GLASSWARE, IN
J ttoro and for sale. COWAN. McCLCNG A CO.
CPICE, PEPPER, ALSPICE, CLOVES
O and Ginger, in store MoCLUyG C0.
BOOTS AND SHOES, FULL LINES,
in ttoro and for sale. COWAN, McCLING A CO.
"PAINTS, WHITE LEAD, ZINC, Ceomz
X Green and Yellow, in store and for sale. .
COWAN, McCLUNG A CO.
JL in store and sale.
HYSON AND BLACK,
COWAN, McCLUNG A CO.
CIGARS, C03IMON, GOOD AND
KJ and Premium, in store and for sate.
COWAN, McCLUNU A CC.
TOBACCO, MANUFACTURED AND
JL Smoking, in store and for sale.
COWAN, McCLCNG A CO.
COWAN, McCLTJSG A CO.
Scythes and Scythe Stones.
TS EXTENDED TO ALL UNCONDI-
,JL TIONAL Vnion urn, to join the German Fnion League.
The platform can be perused and further information at my
room, on Gay street, opposite the Post Office.
V. J. KOEIILXB,
maylC-tf ixretary of Cermanlnioo League,
1-1- 3v I ;l fe
fc.; f.:,f J nt'-." ;kT
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
a. s. CBsxstxiAi.
w. r. CHanttBlaia.
Wholesale aud Retail
Old Drug Store,
1 A BARRELS COAL OIL JUST RE-
i-V CEIVED and fortalc by CHAMBERLAIN BKO'S
BARRELS RAW AND BOILED
nsred Oil jtl.t reeeivej and foa .! by
9 fiHO ROUNDS PURE WHITE LrAD
Jjj Just recclvel anl for sals by
. r. 11 ,T,r-i . -
aprz.'tl vu.jioislis BSOS.
.OTHERS, YOUR CHILDREN ARE
J.U. ptnemg away and dying, when you can save ihem.
Mrs. Winslow's Vegetable Worn Candr.
Is certain, safe and agreeable, and the only pur-ly vcc-lab'...
Worm Destroyer mado. Prlc 23 cuts. 6
Manufactured by GEO. W. ALBERs ji BR
.,T.ur- .-'"?.'na". 0M-
U.I.'1DLA1..11 BK'l Jl,
General Southern A.r. n
and for sale by S. D. Mi!
and Druggists generally.
11 i Co., np!ic!in i Darroa,
DRUGS! DRUGS!! DRUGS!!
DR. JAMES RODGERS,
Sr., bet. Cumeeklaxd und CacKvii,
WhoIca!e and Retail Dealer io
A Uril Stock cf
WHITE LEAD, ZINC, LINSEED OIL. CAR 150
OIL, CASTOR OIL, OLIVE C1L. LARD
OIL, TANNER'S OIL.
Also, a large Stock of
Paiut. Marking, Vamib, Whitewash, Hiir c Teoth.
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Indig", Copperai", Amatv, LogwouJ chipveJ i xrra-.-i.
MadJer, B!us Viiroil. CuJ Tr.
OF EVERY STYLE AND SIZE.
Truss'1, Capping 'JU; '
Braces, Braat Punp'.-
Glass and Rubber Syringes, Cork Screw,
Suspendnry Bandages. Lances,
Pina Apple, Raspberry.
PURE WINES AND LlftUORS,
For Medicinal purpose:.
French BranJy, Spurklinu Catia Wine.
Pure Old Bnnrbcts
Old Toiu Gin.
Phalon's Night Blooming Ccrcas, Odor of opening i iowers,
Lnbin's Jockey Club, " Wild
M Patchouly, Rosei,
" Geranium, X. Baxin's queen of llover ii.
Sweet Briar, Burnett's Ori ntii Tooth Wash
Tan Buskirk's fragrant jjotodont, for preserving tr.e Ttb.
Ayer's Sarsaparillu, Jaynes' Carminative,
" Cherry Pectora!. Dr. Wm. Hall's Balsam,
" Ague Cure, Whitcomb's Aathtua Rcuierly
Jayiica' Alterative, Er.iwn's JamDicA .i-ager,
Dr. Wis tar's Balaam Wild Cherry.
HelnibolJt's Fluid Extract of Buciiu, a t--.
Masu't-, I n.;r
Nerve aa i Ujuc.
MISCELLA?s EG US.
Dr. John Bull' Worm CauJv, Mr. Wins:---' 6ootbiu
Syrup, R. R. Relief, I'rcy'j Vcrtaifu-", rabnstock'.
Vermifuge, JIcLain'a Vcrasii'ug';, Lyc'r KatbarK
Wood's Hair Restorative, Godfrey's Cotdi.i. Whitney
LiiiuiJ Opadeldo'.:, Brown's Brocni.il Tr j ii- end Lac.i
liae ; Barnett'e Cocsinc, KaIirtoTi. ari l C '.Tiic. P:r:
Killer, Gargling Oil, Slc.
PRESCRIPTIONS A CCUIiA TEL Y I R El A RED
JXg Dr. R. cau be consulted profos-i'-naily at the
Drug Store during business hours, and at hi residence,
corner of Cumberland and Locust Srcet. 6t n-her hour .
when not professionally absent. aug9 tf
NEW DRUU STORE!
S. IX JIJ J CUJiLL & CO..
U'-'-.T b'JUiil i
HAVE JlsT RLCE1VLD
Drugs, Mediciiies, D)c otulls
Pure "VVines und Lmuor
for medinnl purp-.-:".
Bazin's "White Tend Lilly jttrtS
Bazin's Queen of Flowers,
Bazin's Amber Hair Oil,
Bazin's Pond Lilly Pomad;.
PHAION'S NIGHT BLOOMIXO -SRETJS
A fine &aioitiuual c
FA.jST CY S O
A good assortment of HAIRr TOOI'il.
Accurately componnded at low rate fr.-.m
ta? be. t
Chemicals, Tinctures and Dr3.
Remember, we sell at tho lowst rsies
Drugs, Chemicals, Wines, Liquors, For
fomeries, Toilet Artioloj,
&c, &c, &c.
S. D. MITCHELL aV s.,
m22-tf Gt Strekt, Ksoxtii.isz, Tess.
CONSTANT .SUPFLY OF LYT-
TLE S W1IITK OIL at
fobiftf li. JAilES ROPOrBS
POR A FRESH SUPPLY OF GARDEN
X SXD3got febStf I. JAMES liODGEB?.
.) 4 US- at ct u