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KUOXVILLE, TMK, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1866.
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Ul-UCia. a,. uV,u v. xvusivoavt,. . la-t we-started ,nd I mu.t ,1V we wux
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From him we caiber many interest! ns facts in rein.
lion to matters in Tennessee, pa-t, present and pros
pective, so far as can be known. Gen. K. io nearly
evenly years of age, and possesses unusual vigor of
mind for one of his advanced years. He served in
the Florida war as staff officer under Gem Jackson..
At one time he was wounded in the head, but did
not dopist until be had sla'i his red-skin opponent
and h'iki saved the life of an officer by killing another
Indian. For this he received an autograph letter
from General Jackson complimenting him for his
bravery, which he now has in' his possession, lie
also received an autograph letter from Gen. Lafay
presented to em by the Southern dele
gate) to the Philadelphia Convention, wkh wua
made uv the bones uv Federal soldiers wicb hed
fallen in the various battles.
Sum uv em were partikerl y valuable ei anteeks,
hevin been iuad from the !urt soldiors who fell at
The Noo York recepshun wuz a gay affair. I
never saw His Imperial Highness in better spirits,
and he delivered his speech to better advantage
than I ever heard him do it before, and I bleeve
I've heard it a hundred times. Wc left Noo Tork
sadly. Even now ez I write the remembrance uv
that percesshun the recollection uv that banquet
i i ,.i .i . : 2
ette complimenting him as commanding officer of lingers around me, and the taste uv them wines is
THE OOXVILLE WHIG.
Knoxvilfe, Term., Sept. 19, 1866. .
A Faithless President.
When contrasted, the opinions and the actions of
Andrew Johnson as Military Governor of Tennes
see and as Vice President differ so widely and radi
cally from those of Andrew Johnson as President,
that they seem to proceed from two essontiallly op
posite men. What was said and done in the for
mer positions gives the lie direct to what has been
said and done in the latter position. Lot us draw
Before he became chief magistrate of the nation,
he declared, on repeated occasions, with all the ve
hemence of languago for which ho is celebrated,
that u treason niuft be made odious and traitors pun
ished and impoverished." Shortly after his acces
sion to power, he proceeds, with indeccDt haste, to
make treason respectable by appointing its minions
to office. Ho punished traitors by pardoning them
by tho wholesale, and impoverishes them by restor
ing to them their estates libeled in the courts for
confiscation. In the district under the control of
General Fisk alone, he gave back to traitors estates
to the number of 1,17.'', embracing 335,731 acres,
and valued before tho rebellion at the crnormous
sum of twenty-seven millions, ono hundred and
eleven thousand, four hundred and lifty-six dollars.
Could any conduct more completely, more directly,
moro efficiently give tho lie to a preceding declara
After having voluntarily pledged thai "traitors
should take a back seat in tho work of restoration ''
" that this work must pass into the hands of the
friends of the Government," he basely betrays his
pledge on Si ptomber 21, ISCj, by telegraphing; to
Provisional Governor UolJen, of North Carolina,
that " all those who aro aspirants to scats in the
Convention, and are elected, will bo pardonei'upon
your recommendation, and submission of their names
by telegraph." Here he even goes so far in falsifying
his declaration about traitors taking BACK seats in
the work of restoration, he hurries to pardon them
to enable tbctn to take FliONT teats. On the 7th
of October last, ha again gives the lie to his pledge"
by causing a telegram to be sent to Provisional Gov
ernor Johnson, of Georgia, in those words : ' Send
further list of members elected to the Convention,
in order that pardons may be issued. "With what
bold decision and keen desire does he rpocd to the
reseuo of lebels and traitors, not only romoving
from their sacred persons all fear cf punishment,
but even clothing them with the authority to do a
work bich he had solemnly asserted ought to be
committed to tho hands only of the friends of the
Government. Nor did his faithlessness stop here.
To other Vro i.-ional Governors he sent similar mes
sages of merciful and fraternal feeling to ex-rebel
Congressman Orr that he might become Governor
of South Carolina ; to ex-rebel General Humphreys
that he might become Governor of Mississippi ; and
to thousands of other prominent traitors, who had
left the Congress of tho United States, the army and
the navy, and numerous other positions of honor
and trust under tho Government, to assist in hound
ing on the rebellion unpardoned rebels excepted
from the general amnesty, whose strenuous exertions,
ion the field or in tho council, to disrupt the Union
of our fathers, had made them beacon-lights in the
Confederacy. Ho pledged himself to the justice of
punishing t raitors, but where has ho tried and con
victed even ono of treason ? Where has he ever
punished even one in the remotest degroo for his
great crime against the nation, unless it be Jeff. Da
vis, whom he holds in confinement, seeking an op
portunity to let him go, but fearing the resentment
of the'American poople? He pledged himself to
impoverish traitors, but where is one from whom ho
has taken his property '.'
But even hero Andrew Johnson did not stop in
his porfidious violation of his most solemn declara
tions. Throughout the South ho appointed a host
of collectors and assossors of internal revenue, post
masters and other officials, selecting for theso posi-
the general's life guard, during his visit to Tennes
see in 1825. In 1836 he was captain in the regular
army ; and afterwards served his State many years
as brigadier general, and later was a major general
in the war for Texan independence. For many
years past ho has been attorney general for Tennes
see; he has also been State legislator, and moro re
cently, if we mistake not, ho received tho unanimous
vote of his district to fill a vacancy in the present
legislature ot lennessce. lie nas ever been a strong
Union man, and has suffered almost everything but
death from Andrew Johnson's "constituency." He
was an intimato and warm personal friend of Mr.
Lincoln, and has stood foremost among the staunch
Unionists in East Tennessee, and for three years was
obliged to ilee the State. He is also probably the
only man now living who witnessed the execution
of Ambristor and Arbarthnot, in Florida," in 1818,
as detailed by Parton in his life of Jackson ; and of
the two hundred and fifty who went into tho Flori
da war from his county, he is probably the last but
one that now survives. Our readers may well judge
of the interest we felt in his narration of events past
and present, and which made him seem as a repre
fcentative of (tco generations of loyal men.
But the most interesting portion of his narration
was in relation to one Andrew Johnson, a tailor,
and now a patent reconstructionist and soldier's ex
ecutioner. The general has known this man John
son for moro than forty years, and always thought
him an unsafe man in matters involving political
honesty, and so is not at all disappointed in the 'out'
which Andy has made of himself and our party.
The general was nt Baltimore when Johnson was
nominated, and he said it was intended only to give
him a complimentary vote, and then drop him. But
thoso who knew tho least and hoped tho most re
specting him gave him sufficient votes on the first
ballot to nominate him .' He then said that was a
sad mistake, and the people know it now.
To show how well grounded were his views and
fears respecting Mr. Johnson then, we cannot re
frain from publishing tho following extract from a
letter written by him at the time to Governor A. J.
Hamilton, with whom ho stumped tho State of New
York for Gen. Wadsworth. The letter was furnished
for publication to tho 2sashvillo Times:
New Yokk, Juno 18, 1804.
(.'Uf. A. J. Haiiiilioii, Austin, Texas:
Dear General : 1 came here from Baltimore,
a'ter witnessing tho unanimous expression of tho
convention in Mr. Lincoln's favor. But lo! and
behold, the same convention h:s nominated the no
torious Andy Johnson, (of tailor notoriety, as he has
been heurd to boast of in his speeches in Tennessee,)
for the Vice Presidency -would to God ho was at
his old vocation ! But it seemed to bo the desire of
tho Tennessee delega'.ion that he should have tho
nomination, and they put on Dr. Brownlow the re
sponsibility of making it. I said all I could in op
position. 1 preferred any good, truo man before
Johnson. It has been my misfortune to have been
an observer of Andy Johnson s course for the last
thirty or more years, and I confess I have to seo of
him yet tho first thing to approve He used his in
fluence in 1641 to lrcak up tho Tennessee legisla
ture, or to defeat it in tho discharge of its known
duty, by running, with his friends, from his seat in
that body lo defeat tho election of a Senator to the
Congress of the United Stales.
He was favorable to tho Southern Convention at
Charleston thai adjourned to Nashville in 1846,
called " Southern Commercial Convention," but be
lieved at lhal time to bo disunion.
Ho was tho avowed friend of the late Gov. lsham
G. Harris, the greatest rebel thai ever sinned against
God or devil in Tennessee.
He wa6 not the choice of his party in Tennessee
when nominated for Governor on the contrary,
Andrew Ewing was the man. Johnson and his
friends went into tho convention agreeing lo abide
by tho nomination. Mr. Ewing obtained it. When
made known, Johnson declared he would run at all
hazards ; upon which, Mr. Ewing (an exclusively
modest and worthy gentleman, much esteemed by the
Whig party) at once declined the nomination. Not
to have done so would have insured defeat; and
Johnson was nominated as the only alternative. He
was always tho favorite of the rag-tag-and-bob-tail
of his party, for the gentlemen of the party never
liked him, "but, democrat-like, would curse and then
vote for him.
But, Governor, this is not the worst still; after
Mr. Lincoln was nominated, Johnson publicly
avowed his preference for Breckinridge, when it
was known to every school-boy in tho State that
there was a disunion party growing up in the State,
and that Breckinridge was its representative, for tho
workings of tho Charleston and llichmond Conven
tions had shown this clearly, and it was believed by
1 hope how well he may acquit himself as Vice
I l'rviiili nt III) ran In n liMrm lhiro so lomr as Jlr.
Hons almost .nvanably men who had supportca the , fc fa hem j have always, since we were
rebellion, and who could not take the test oath TvlerizcJ desired to see tho Vico PreVident as goad
But there is no end to the .nconsistenc.es of Inn- j - h President. I should re-
guage and action on the part of the 1 jes.de, Ho , fc Jnizcd. Ihave
nssprLS oi v vii'ml LiiaL il is n uuu v nuicu itasuiui-a r .
to be the Congress of the United States." If ho is j
sincere in this sweeping charge, why does he not
treat the body as a pretended Congrt ss ? Why docs
he send messages to it, from time to time, relating
to tho state of the country ? Why docs he review j
the acts of the Congress, approving some, and veto
ing others ? Why does he send nominations to a
pretended Senate "for that body's consideration '.' j
What would be thougnl ol a Judge oi a couri, u
he believed that tho Sheriff was only assumed to bo
Sheriff, yet should command him to perform all thoso
duties which only a rightful Sheriff can do, recog-
niinir his acts as valid and binding on tne Court :
No, the President is only talking for
purpose, trusting to the ignorance of tho people in
whom he professes such reliance. His acts belie his
After this career of perfidy alter putting lo
shame every pledge ho made against traitors after
violating every promise he maJc to use loyal men
in tho work of restoration, he has the effrontery to
go on a slumping lour through the Northern States,
announcing everywhere that he has not changed,
and referring for proof to his janus-faceJ record.
With treachery on his lips, and with betrayal in
his heart, he asks the American poople to give him
their confidence m his plan ot placing tne work ol
restoration in the hands of traitors, instead of loyal
men, as ho promised.
How can any honest man iudorso the double- ,
dealing of the" President ? How can any one be
sure that the utterances of to-day, will not be basely
falsified by the doings of to-morrow '.' Where there
has been so much of the demagogue, how can any
thing of the patiiot or tho statesman be looked for ?
Who that is m his senses will trust a double-dyed
traitor to his own deliberate and solemn declara
tions'.' But enough of this tickening record. Yas't
r'lle Frets and Times.
eiven vou some oi nis anteceaenis; ne nas never
suited me ; ho is an intractable man, for whom I
have no use.
As Military Governor of Tennessee he does not
give satisfaction, and the friends of Mr. Lincoln have
all tho time had to laud him. He will havo to
change his plumago if he ever affiliates with the
Union party satisfactorily ; and I tell you again the
Union party of Tennessee havo no faith in him.
Witnessing the proceedings, as I did, at Balti
more 1 shall ever believe that Andy Johnson was
not tho sober and deliberate choice of a majority of
the Convention. Tho vote cast was intended as a
. . : iminlirMiin liv mmt- ftn.1 wlion minted wrs found
a seilisn ; r"'""'-."T' v "7" I 7,, " ....
LO UC a majoriiy, prouuciij eunj;iiu uu niu vi
friends of other aspirant;.
Very truly your friend,
John B. Kouekn
1'roiu the Toledo Liable.
.'resident Johnson's Blaspheinj.
THE IRESIDENT l AeZTIi.
fVo ihc baiUihQi-e Ameriea
In your notice of the 4
speech at Philadelphia, wherein he says, in his ad
dress to the " Taikr s l'rotective frocicty
'And when we rercr to the profession that you
represent here to-night, in connection with you, my
fellow-citi-eus in common, let me say that our great
father and head, the Lord of tho world, was a tailor
by trade, great cheering. and when you refer to
the historical account ot this thing, you will l"md
that my remarks are literally true.
You add : " Can anybodv tcll us what it means".'"
In rcplv, 1 would say that I presume the speaker
referred to the Mosaic account of the fall of Adam
and Eve, wherein it is recited, after the enunciation
of the sentence of condemnation passed by the Cre
of skins, and clothe them. Geuesis
III . 21.
i 1 nr..umo this is the "thin
Johnson referred to in his remarks quoted, which ho
uttered while disclaiming any intention to be face
tious disclaimer which, to my mind, in view of
the shocking irreverence of his utterance, he bad
better omitted. If men will be irreverent, they had
better do so j recti .-uh than in solemn earnest. To
all who have any reverent estimation of tho Sacred
Volume, and appreciate the sad recital of the inci
dents attending ihe fall of man from his high estate,
I feel sure this language, falling from one occupy
ing the high position of President of the United
States, must he regarded with deep regret and mor
TUE Ul.Mr.LE IxiUVlDUAi Axn DICTATOR.
The greatest insult that a Chief-Magistrat e could
offer to a free people is that offered by President
Johnson to Americans in his speech to the Com
mittee of the Philadelphia Convention, where he
says: ''I coull have proclaimed myself Dictator!"
What a compliment to the people, army and Con
gress of the L mted States, have we here !
Mr. asi) with the Presidential Tarty.
Ai the BiniLE HottE, 1
iwich ic in Detroit, Michigan,) V
September tho 4th, lbOO. j
Step by step 1 am ascendiu the ladder uv fame
step by step 1 am climbing to a proud eminence.
Threo weeks ago I wu summoned to Washington
by that eminently grate and good man, Androo
Johnson, to attend a consultashun ex to the proposed
Western tower, wicb was to bo undertaken for the
purposo uv arousin tho masses of tho West to a sonce
uv the danger wieh wuz threatnin uv em in case
they persisted in ccntralizin tho power of tho gov
ernment into tho hands uv a Congress, instid uv dif
fusiu it throughout the hands uv one man, wich is
Johnson. 1 got there too late to take part in the
first uv the discusshun. When I arrovc they had
everything settled, ceplin tho appintmentof achap
lin for tho excurshun. The Preaident insisted upon
my fillin that posishun, but Seward objected. He
wanted Beecher, but Johnson wui inflexibly agin
him. ' 1 am determined." sea he, to carry out my
policy, but 1 hex some bowels left. Beecher hei
dono euuff already, considerin the pay he got. No !
no ! ho shel be spared this trip indeed he shel."
Very good,'' said Seward, "but at least find
some clergyman who indorses us without hevin P.
M. to his honored name. It would look better.
'1 know it would," replied Johnson, "but where
kin wc find sich a one? I hev swung round the
entire circle and hevn't ea yet seen him. Nashy it
There was thou a lively discussion e to the pro-
and me, ) that we might be shoor uv a sootablo re-
cepshun at each pint et wieh we wuz tu stop. The
; aunoiuted wuz in favor of it. Sez he, "them ez
; wont support my policy shant eat my bread and but
; tor." liandall and Doolittlo chimed in, for it's got
. to be a assent to whatever the President sez, but I
mildly protested. 1 owe a duty to the party and 1
; am determined to do it.
"Most High," sez I, 'a settin hen which is lazy
makes no fuss cut its head off and it flops about for
' a while lively. Lincoln's office-holders are settin
', hens. They don't like you nor your policy, but
i while they are on their nests they'll keep moderitely
! quiet. Cut off their heads and they will spurt blood
' in your face. Ez to bein enshured of a reception at
! each point, you need fearnothin. Calkerlatin mod-
ritly, there is at least twenty-five or thirty patriots
' who feci a call for every offis in your disposal. So
long, Yoor Uighnis, ez them offisis is held jost where
1 they kin see 'em, an they don't know which is to
get em, vou may depend upon the entire enthoosi
i asm uv each, "individooally and collectively. In
short, ef there's 4 offices in town and you make the
; appointments, you hev secopred"4 supporters tiU
j you make the appointments yoo hev the hundred
who expect lo get em.
still in mv mouth. But we had to go. We Had a
mishun to perform, and we put ourselves on a steam
boat and started.
Albaxt. There wuz a immense crowd, but the
Czar of all the Amerikas didn't get orff his speech
here. The Governor welcomed him, but he wel
comed him ez tho Chief Magistrate uv tho na
sben, and happened to drop in Lincoln's name.
That struck a chill over the party and the President
got out uv it ez soon cz possible. Bein reseeved as
Cheef Magistrate and not ez the great. Pacificator,
ain't his Eggslency's best holt. It wuz unkind of
Gov. Fenton to do :U If he takes the papers he
must know that his mightiness ain't got but one
speech and he ought to hev made Bich a reception
es would hev enabled him to hev got it off. Wfl
shook the dust off uv our feet and left Albany in
Skenactady. The people uv this delightful lit
tle village wuz awake when the imperial train ar
rived. The changes haven't been made in the offi
ces here, and consekently there was a splendid re
cepshun. I didn't suppose there wuz so many pa
triots along the Mohawk. I wuz pinted out by sum
one ez the President's private adviser a sort ut
private Secretary uv State, and after the train start
ed I found jest 211 petitions for the Post Office in
Skenaktedy in my side coat pocket, wich the patri
ots who hed hurrahed so vociferously had deterously
deposited there. The insident wuz a movin one.
" Thank God," thought I. " So long ez we hev the
post offices to give, we kin alluz hev a party. The
Sultan swung around the cirklo wunst here and
leaving the constooshun in their hands tho train
Rome. Here we hod a splendid recepshun, and I
never heard his majesty speak more felicitiously.
He menshuned to the audience that he had swung
around the Southern side of the circle and wuz now
swinging around the Northern side uv it, and that
he was fightin traitors on all sides. He left the Con
stitooshun in their hands and bid cm good bye. I
received at this pint only 130 petitions for the post
office, wich I took ez a bad omen for the coming
Utica. The President spoke here with greater
warmth and jerked more originality tnan I hed be
fore observed. Ho introdoost here the remark that
he didn't come to make a speech that ho was goin
to shed a tear over the tomb uv Douglas that in
swinging around the cirklo ho hed fought traitors on
all sides uv it, but that he felt safe. Heshood leave
tho Constitooshun in their hands, and ef a martyr
wuz wanted he wuz ready to die with neetness and
LoeKroRT. The President is tmprovin wonder
fully. He rises with tho occasion. At this pint he
menshuned that he wui sot on savin the country
wich hed honored him. Ez for himself his ambi
tion wuz more than satisfied. Ho had been. Alder
man, member of the Legislature, Congressman,
Senator, Military Governor, Vice President and
President. He hed swung around tne circle ot om-
ces, and all ha wanted now wuz to heel tho woonds
uv the nasbun. He felt safe in leavin tne Constitu-
shun in their hands. ; he swung around the cir
At this pint I interrupted him. 1 told him that
he hed swung around the circle wunst in this town,
and ez yooseful ez the phrase wuz, it might spile by
too much yoose.
At Cleveland we boguu to get into hot water.
Here is tho poet to which the devil of Ablishnistn is
chained, and his chain is long enough to let him
range over nearly the whole Stato. 1 am pained to
state that tho President wu-nt treated here with the
respect due his station. He commenced dcliverin
his speech, but wuz made tne subject ot ribald lat
turo. Skasely hed he got to the pint of swinging
around the cirklo, when a foul mothed nigger lover
yelled " Veto," and another vocifforated ' Noo Or
leans." and another remarked " Memphis," and one
after another interruption occurred until Hs High
ness wuz completely turned on tne track and got
He forgot his speech and struck out crav, but the
starch wuz out of him and ho wuz worsted. Grant,
which he hed taken along to draw the crowds, play
ed dirt on us here, and stepped onto a boat for De
troit, leaving us only Farragut cz attraction, who
tried twice to git away ditto, but wuz timely pre
vented. The President recovered his ekanimity and
swung around the circle wunst, and leavin the con
stooshin in their hands, retired.
At the next pint we wuz astonished at seeiu but
one man at the station. He wuz dressed with a sash
over his shoulder, and wuz wavin a flag with wun
hand, firin a saloot with a revolver with the other,
and playin " Hail to the Chief " on a mouth organ,
all to wunst. " Who are you, my gentle friend ?"
sez I. " I'm the newly apinted Postmaster, sir," sez
ho. " I'm a perceshun a waitin here to do honor, to
our Cheef Magistrate all alone, sir. There wuz
twenty Johnsonians in this hamlet, sir, but when the
commishun came for me, the other nineteen wuz
soured, and sed they didn't keer a d m fur him nor
his policy, sir. Where is the President ?"' Androo
wuz going to swing around the cirkle for this wun
man and leave the constooshun in his hands, but
Seward checked him.
At Fremont we hed a handsome recepshun, for
the offises hevn't bin changed there, but Toledo
didn't do so well. The crowd didn't cheer Andrew
much, but when Farragut wuz trotted out they gave
him a rouscr, wich wuz anything but pleasin to tne
Cheef Magistrate uv this nashun, who bleeves in
Finally we reached Detroit. This bein a Demo-
kratic city, the President wuz hisself agin. His
speech here wuz one uv rare merit. He gathered
together in one quiver all the sparklin arrows ho
hed used from Washington to this pint, and shot em
one by ono. He swung around the circle he didn't
come to make a speech he hed been Alderman uv
his native town he mite hev been Dicktater, but
woodn't and ended with a poetical cotashun wich
I cooda't ketch, but wich ez neor ez I cood under
" Kum wun kuin all this rock shall tly From
its firm base in a pig's eye."
Here we repose for the nitc. To-morrow we s tart
onward, and shel continue swingin around the cir
ckle till we rooch Chicago.
Petkolc.m V. Nasbv, P. M.
(wich is Postmaster. )
(and likewise chaplin lo the expedishun. I
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ote, French Gilt and .Vourniug Papers'.
Envelopes of all kiDds, sizes and descriptions, including
the new style of opes Esd Envelopes. ntay'Jtf
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in -
Standard and Miscellaneous School Books,
FUR COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS,
CAN SUPPLY SCHOOLS AND
COLLEGES with BOOKS of every description at fhort
notice, and on reasonable terms.
i All orders accompanied by the cash promptly attended to.
Also dealer in
SLATES AND PENCILS,
In fact eertuui5 " 'he BOOK and STAllOJiEHY lino.
-p26-tf 31. P. CHAF1N.
WITH DESKS AND SEATS, LOCK
IXG Ink-Wellf, Outline Maps, superior I'HiLetoFHUiL
Instruments for colleges, etc. ; objoct-tcachins apparatus,
with the latest improvements, for Common a.vd I'bimibt
Schools, and everything wanted for anv school. Kor details,
send for a " Mes-enprer." Liberal terms to agent.
AMERICAN SCHOOL APPARATUS CO.,
apri-ly "o. il John street, Sew York.
SUNDAY SCHOOL BOOKS OF THE
American Sunday School Union, for h1o by M. P. Chapin,
Gay Street, Knoxvillc, Tcnu. " Take care of the children."
To be Opened the 1st of June,
" Southern Saratoga,"
ELOVXT COUXTY, EAST TEXXESSEE.
C. FLANDERS & CO., HAVING
repaired and refurnished with new furniture, c, the
" WATERING PLACE,"
Will open the same on the 1st of June next, for tho reception
of visitors, and would respectfully recommend it to its friends
and all others in search of health, comfort and pleasure.
Our garden, vineyard and orchard are in a tine condition.
We have Sl'LPUER, CHALYBEATE, LIMESTONE, SOFT
and OBDINAKY DRINKING WATEKS. The medical prop
erties and the benefits derived from their u-, are too Weil
known to require recapitulation here.
Families can be accommodated with Gothic Cottages that
surround the Lawn.
The scenery is romanic aud varied, such as must possess a
powerful charm for the most relined admirer of the beautiful
aud grand in nature, aud presents the strongest attraction to
both the invalid and pleasure seeker.
Customary amusements, such as .
. Dancing, Billiards, Bowling, &c,
n ill be so conducted as not to be objectionable to the most
quiet visitor. Begular daily mail coaches IcaTe
every tuorniu, aud parties can secure fpecial conveyance
The proprietors will make every effort to protect their
gucts from exorbitant charges in every direction.
8a"0ur bod and bedding are new and first quality. "S
Our terms of board will be very reasonable, and liberal ar
rangements will be made for families wishing to spend the
For further particulars enquire of
J. L. KING, Atlauta, Ga.,
or, J. C. FLA3DEK3 & CO.,
mayiltf Montvale Springs, via Knoxvillc, Tcnn.
A REGULARLY BRED PHYSICIAN,
as his Diploma which hangs in his office, will show, has
made Chronic Viate thfflmly of hi life, and has a Union-wide
reputation, bavin? been longer hatted iit .y. ois than any other
Chronic Disease Physician.
Much of his practice has been of a private uattire. iphilif,
Gonorrhea, Gleet, Stricture, all l:riurf IHseatei, fripkilUie or 3Irr-
atrial Ajfedioiu of the Throat, fr'iiii, or lionet ; Orchitit, Hernia or
Kttptttrt ; also, the enects ot a HUary Jtaotr, ruinous 10 couy
and Mind, producing blotches, ttebilitg, impotent:, dizzinef, dim-
ues of tight, ooaHMvM ' tffaz, ecilfortlnxliivr, aeerfivH to tociety,
tM oj memory, weaJmat, . . not all ol these m any one case,
but all occurring frequently in various cases,
flJ" AccommouHtions ample, charges moderate, cures guar'
a u teed. Consultations by letter or at office, r're. .Most cases
can be properly treated Kith-jatan iittereie"; and medicines secure
from observation, seut by mail or express. No hindrance to
business in moat cases.
Address Box 30f2, St. Loui, Mo.
Hours -8 A. M. to 8 P. M. ((fee permanently located at
No. J5 St.iTiarh-s street, between Sixth and Seventh, one
square south of Liud' ll Hotel, a retired spot in the centre of
Consultation foe!, ttn't roinfor the etvouM(o?'ttiVit f s:h jmi
?i' itte r'qirc dtitlij personal attention.
he sftueneo of condemnation rasped by tho Cre- ; -bc wa "vuly discuiiou to tue pi
a-inst thorn, and their vxpuition from the ! t'ncty befyre th profession started, ol removin i
den ol' Kden, thai ! th? federal onsholders on the proved route, a.
Unto .dam and to his wife did. tho Lord God i apmtin men who beleeved in us, Johnson, Beech
Our cotemporary asks tho Radicals, " Do you
know Andy Johnson ?'' Certainly wo do. The
Radicals have good reason to know him
knew him a few months ago when Copperhead
Democracy was anxious to have him hung.
Ho's tho same follow we elected vice of Abraham
Lincoln, and who afterwards became vicious. He's
the same man that was to be the "Moses" of the
colored race and lead them to the land of Canaan,
and the enjoyment of all tho privileges of freemen,
and didn't do il. lie's the same man thai was to
make " treason odious," but has not done it. He's
tho same man that was to punish leading rebels
confiscate their large estates, and divide them
among the freedmcn, &c, bat didn't. He's the vio
lent Teunesseean who wanted the "hang"' Jeffer
son Davis some time ago but didn't. He's the fi riu
Jacksonish man that pledged himself to a more rad
ical platform than his party, before the election, and
after, didn't do il. He's the -same injured man
whom his present supporters used to call a "beast,"
a '-brute," a '-bloody rascal,"' ctc, &c, and is now
tho ''foremost and best man of tho age."
Know Andy ! Yes. we think we do. In fact, j
don't know anybody else half so well. He's the j
black sheep of our own family, and the wanderer ;
in the blasted deserts ot snam Liemocracy.
When his present fellow pilgrims become belle r
acquainted with him, they will know him by the
ear marks we have given. Ho is the man of didn'ts
aud won ts of large promise to tho oar, but small
fulfillment in the fact. His index is the Circumflex
Interrogation Point his pole the Tremendous Neg
ative his coroscope crosses tne centre oi tne con
stellation Cancer or tho crawfish his history when
drawn out, is a repetition of the tale of "Beggar on
Horseback," and his latter days is the Amazing
Oh, yes, we know Andy. Hannibal Courier.
Can get, in a sealed letter envelope, my Theoni, pymptonisand
Srcatment oj Jcrcew, Lritiarg una N-rrcuC Ltaeancr, clearly teuneai
ino all the diseaicil conditions, with full fymptom Lists, for two
throe-ceut postago stamps to prepay postage. Circular for
Ladies, relating to Ditettpx f Vvb-iriy, M'wtrnatfcit and Preg-uan-g,
DANIEL. T. IIOYXTOX,
mSIC!AX AND SURGEON,
Can be louua ai iu reMueuce oi i.ov. ro mow wnen
not professionally at'S"nt. Orders can be Mt at Chamber
Iain's Drug Store. feb Litf.
li. FRANK A. RAMSEY,
(Late of huoilUe,)
No. 5 Adams Street,
auaiitf MEMPHIS. Tt..
NASHVILLE AND CHATTANOOGA R. B.
AS JIST OPENED A NEW STOCK OF HAliD
WARE, consif tins of
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, e
HOUSE KEEPERS' EMPORIUM.
SILVER PLATED FORKS AND SPOONS.
Waiters, Basting Spoons,
Smib-biuslie, Whitewash Brushes,
Shoo Brushes. Masons Maekinij. Stove
Polish, &e., &e.
Also a ehoisc selection ot"
BRASS KETTLES, AND HOLLOW WAKE.
ALL SIZES OK
7 l.y a to IS l-y CI.
IXJTI?TI?"5r ! PUTTY !
wo here ! The
Detroit Tost analvzes this DreDosterous boast and
thus gives the residnum ; it amounts to just this : j The President agreed with me that until after the
41 Congress presented me with a rope for traitors the trip gullotine shood stop.
with which I might have hanged myself, but I pa-; Secretary Seward sejesteu that a clean shirt would
triotically resisted the temptation to do to, and am ; improve n"y personal appearance, and akkordingly
still alive. Assist mc gentlemen, in admiring my- a cirkulnr wuz sent to tho clerks in the departments,
self for not ufing the rope P . ' a?win cm for that purpose. Sich ut em er. rcfooe-
CvjrxrsG Rebels. Lieutenant-Governor Voor
hees and Attorney-General Herron sagaciously in
terpolated the following clause in their dispatch to
President Johnson, describing a radical meetin g
held in New Orleans before tho massacre: " 1'oh
are bitterly denounced." They knew what would
be the effect of such a statement upon Andy John
son, who regards himself as tho Government, and
that he would instantly proceed to crush all meet
ings as "unlawful assemblages" which dared to
doubt his political consistency or patriotic fidelity .
How they Isdossk his Poijct. Tho policy
of Mr. Johnson, taking ft as a whole, since he ac
ceded to the Presidential office, is less extravagant,
more expedient, but no more constitutional than
that of the majority of Congress. Cincinnati En
The Cincinnati Enquirer is one of the advocates
of the Secession Democracy of this State. The
above shows how they Bupport Ihe policy of the
CHAKUE OK' TIME.
Ol MCKOr tiEIEaaL SlPEBIM EMlkM,
S. AND 0. A AND '. W. BaILBOAPe
Nashville. IVun.. March 4th. 1SM.
N aud alter Tuesday. March 6, ISttS, and until further no-
J tice, Passenger Tram win run a. lultows r
Nashville and Chattanooga Line.
Leave Nashville for Chattanooga, and all point South atT:30
A. K. and 5:30 T.it. AmTcatt.nattanoogaato:JOr.H.anoj:w a,
m., nit day. Returning, ! Chattanooga at ti'.OU A. M.
and 8:1j p. m., arrive at -Naenvme at i:U0 p. h. auU :. a. s
All trains connect at V artrace for Shelby Tiliv.
Nashville and Northwestern Line.
Leave Jia.hTille for Johusonville, aud all point Wrtt and
nrth.Mi. at 4:3) p. M.. arrive at Jobnaonville at !. r. a
Beturnin?, leave Johnaonville 1:10 a. ., arrive at Naxh
Trains on K. and N. W. Railroads connect at Juunsouville
with first class line of Steamer for Tadncah, Cairo and St.
Berth and meals free on Steamers connecting with X. and
X. W. Bailroad.
Piwnnn bv this routa nave exneuae uf slecciBZ car and
moals between XahviUe and Cairo.
Trains stop at all intermediate point.
WM. P. INSES.ticn'iSup't
aj.rlfitf C. and N. A N. W. Bailroads
GROCERIES AND COMMISSION.
3.1. R1.:, Iv.
Latr Cu-,Yr W Il k, T.-nn.
. MOKTu. Ji. aaTO,
Late Caxh'r B'k of Teas.
MACHINE AVOH KS.
1 AKL UV READY Ttt MAM'
Mucliiucry aiil .riipt i ur
. "I" varttxi. kiil'l.
southern Western Exchange Office.
CRAIG, MORTON & CO.,
Brokers ami Commission .Merchants,
1Ui;i;rLlLM)K.MS AND SPKC1AL
W. W. WOODRUFF'S
SIGN OF THE BLUE PLOW,
Centre Stove, "Joffi.ii Block,
SASH, BLIND am. HOOK
3XA.iv UFAcrro i v.
'atronize I Tome Production.-?.
GASPER & DAVIS,
AT THE MOUTH OF EAST CKEEK,
XY. Ivnoxville, will keop on hand and ui;ik' to orib r.
SASHES. BLINDS. DOORS.
SCROLL WO UK AND MOULDLN(.S.
They will also keen seasoned flooring and tthr kiu'i- "f
lumber, shingles. laths, feme post, and rvn-ytliiiu tmt.iliy
kept in a lunioer yaw.
lion-'S built by contract, on short nulicv ll.ivin; tn.i, luip- -
ry of all kinds, wc cau build liou-. -Iiiiht, iiiiker and lt
ter than any one cl.-r.
Black "Snake Grasb Scython,
Dutch Grass Scythce.
Patent SnatliH and Cradle.
OLD TIME FU1CES.
Two Horse, -One
These Plows are made! in Knoxville. aud
Points or Mould-Boards can be had at any
d CASTINGS, consisting of
OVENS. BAKERS, POTS,
at Wholesale and Retail.
200 hags ot SHOT, at Cincinnati price.
HUBS. SHAFTS, l-Llur.
Hctxxcai cfc Tiro Iron.
COOPKRS' HOOP IRON.
Horse and Mule Shoes
Can be iiiniUhcd cheaper lhau you can buy
iron lo make them.
STEAM ENGINES, SMUTT MILLS.
WATER WHEELS, M ILL G EA KI X IS.
BAUK MILLS, CANi; MILLS.
PLOWS, HOLLOW WARE.
STOVES, c. .W., c.
ai-rttr NOCTK A tjlAUK.
inih'-rn an.i bi-Ith Bank.. M n-h.nt. .i
K.tilr.ia'l Compani'1. Nt;' i.it l.uans an. I Biiim Panr.
M VKr. t OLLK'-IK'N-'. rureiia au l -W Uov.rnm.-at
;m l i-Hicr S-i-uriri .n iumi-.iin.
Als, tiveparli. nl.ir attention tu tle I'unhiw. an. Ship
ment t all kinN "I lt tioo-1.-, tiroe-rku, ax., on urOrr.
! COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
; North-east Corner of Gay and Church Streets.
i)EG LEAVE TO INFORM THE PEO
) VLK of Kin. vwl!.-, ami East Tennro p-nerally. that
. tlK-y hav-i just T'-c.-mM a lareaa-l ell aaorteJ Stork of fta
: I'lciinJ Family t;i ' ri. I.:.ir., Tolweo, Ciara, 4-., wIik-I.
! will at creatlv Til n-.l priev. The brl brand of OU
Ohio Wheat Family Flour, ron.tanlly en hi. ml. Country Mw
i chants will titfl it I i th -ir interest to rjll anj evamin. uf
i stoi k anil prii'f ln-li-r' pint hiii elsewhere.
Keut-uiber th" pl.ii '-, corner ol ;y un l t kurrh ilreli.
I iCoBin Ul'vk.t Kinvwill,-, Tenn.
, oct-.tf W. F. WILSON A CO.
COl.l'MBI s row KM.,
I.:iti of Roomi!!'-, Trim.
I. r. RKK.
i n,r m'nm' ir' "Su
i iii I ii ii l ... i i I
v. ronriiL, c;iiee &. (o.,
Xo. IIS Broad Street,
DEFERRING YOU TO TILE ABOVE
ki i:!( h-av t-j inform yen. (hat wi havo eslab
li-lii 'i uur-elvt- in H i iiy in hUMUe?. aiel are fully prepared
to ixtrnil ! our palr.-n the ordinary tticihtie. required and
n-icclful!y --livit a jli in rf yonr bnsine-. We ilo. not pro
pose io i-otiiiufi'i:' l'" lo any perialitv, anil will purrhai4
lock', P-T'N anj l.'o.
a', i.ol l.
on t i-uiiijiiiiii.
rnmeiil S.h-ui itiesiv'rWjf
'. I'OW ELL. ii KEEN A IO.
au 1 ''iiiiii. I ami Jom'.N'roiili I'nion
uov ."t f
Cokrer Market" a si Thiiid i.,
tu- s.'li. it. .1
M' COMMISSION MERCHANT,
, l .tween Filth ami Sixth,
TO TIIE I'lERCHAJJTS AND
.UK UNDERSIGNED BESPECTFUL-
l.Y elk it m hi- -iTi- ai a I'urchasiit and SUiitg
AVJLNG ADDED GREATLY to oi b
large number of our Improved Portable Steam Engines and
Portable Circular Saw Mills. Those already received and in
operation are giving the most entire satisfaction. There is new
hardly a state or Territory in tne cdiou out uur nri"
Portable Engines and Saw Mills are in use. All our Engines
have spark arrester stack on them which arrest the sparks.
We would respectiuiiy reicr you to me louowin; geuuemeu
and certificates for the portability, utility and practical opera
tions cf our Torlablo Steam Engines and Saw Mills :
C'ar';ttr, JlV''., .V'c l:W,, I'M; (5.
J. H. Davail Sur: My MUI and Engine is giving the best of
satisfaction. I had it running in five days alter rccemug i.
The ttrst dav after starting the Mill, we sawed o logs into ir-cn
lumbe", making l'),64o feet in nine hours. On the second day
we sawed 18,640 feet in )yA hours. It was tioicd at one time
when it cut boards, 16 feet in each board, in one minute.
Yours, truly, wt..v.n'iir.n.
U'-. da- I'.i u aeoitirej b an actual ande&elusiva
ah , tllll'in the pait ttrenty ytH9, of lry toud.,
ti and hoi, NotioiK. t;roce,irs. Hardware,
t0'". Ai icultural I niplvninta, Ac, for both
.lU'I retail traile.
I'm tiilt tli- iMcl v-;ir ho ha ipt-nt niuch time amunc tba
Maniifactur' i - ! Wv North, with many uf whom he ha made
ai lan- ui' iii-' t" tiliall 'u.i vrUtri sent through htm at their
Uw t pri- : e-pi ' ially in lloot ami Shoes, l iiihrellas Photo
irruph .m l Anibroty ,jo M at. riali. Table and Poeket Cutlery,
Caii'j-i at' '1 h;in-, lVrra'-l" Steam aw MilN, lloritn Powers,
yiill Fiuliiip ;, -Mho-.'!-' and Lathe laehin, Kailroad Supplii.,
IiUit aud Han: , I'otsoti Miu- of the bet make, Agricul
tural ImpIiUfiil-. and I. inning Machinery of all kiml-, to
K' tln r till nil kinds of .Maeliiu.ry neremary for the nianu
fa' tur.,1 of Cotli;:i "r Wool.
He has alni mud- arran-'euitiils r) -jnt'l'Iv tho Iwst IVtro
,t ('- !p.'. W. V., ''- --. l(':'
t if iiuva.lt - Sia : With the assistance of Mr. Uardesty, we
have just completed the getting up of the Portable Engine; and
Mills purchased of you. Mill No. 1, the first day cut at the rate
of IjW-i feet of Oak and Pine lumber per hour. Mill No. we
have just started and with f iuaJ tuceess. They arc working to
our entire satisfaction, and we feel confident that the lnschinery
Will do all you advertise. Voun, truly.
C l tu i. r., dvi u . . v .
i le'Illl. l.uhl i'
' will b- aide t-
Mi W .11 .1
at. d I "t'.'.- il
II- will at-
b.-t tal'i t
it ii e il'oi
ilia i. t!i
'i.;., ..'i 1'iirniu OiIj, aud Oil Lamp., and
j.i'jcii:'' ant!jiijo to be had in New York -or
up, ti il.. dioiiel if tiie ami at flie kwet
,o i a - Aeut lo iiljitif all kiuU. of di''li ire
ii.'li" I-. 1'iiiiia in any ol tin. Northern
lake -! at p.iin? to ;
N' ha 1 in llu. niuiki t,
(Hi i-mm nt when in
.il all i "!i-i0'Uim lit. at the
and w ill uiak liTal ad-
.1 II. W l.n
F'-uni'iK of Kii"
oilier, :" Urea l f
vville, I'. 111.,
tn-et. New Yolk.
W'i'wilU, Sincere., K;i My SI, ISOO.
M.-.r. n,ivu Wc sawed 6Jt?d feet of boards out of seven
teen logs, the first day we started our mill, without moving a
crew in seven hours. We believe your portable engines and
aw mills second to none in use, and most cheerfully recom
mend any in want of saw mills auu engines io """''"!':.
I,W. ,,(. Kh-I -'., t: -1. ISOI.
Messrs. Duvall To-day wc sawed 14,'X"' feet of lumber in
less than ten hours. Ahout three-fonrtlis ol it was men lum
ber. The mill docs very well. Yours, truly.
t.lMLU. AtAJtl m .v.
Hralntirm, Wwniii'i et:. " , .''(.' 1, Im'j.
J. H. Duvall Sir: The Enit'.ne'and Mill purchased of you,
which Mr. Uardesty has started, will do more work than you
nromited. and In the bei-t manner. It will saw from 10,H to
1BJVJ feet in ten hours.
WALTMAN k JAY.
Jlauvori; Mth. Sur. Io, Isiij.
J. H. Duvall Sir : The Saw Mill of twenty horse power pur
chased of you, ha. been set up by Mr. Hardesty. On Saturday
last wc sawed s.ooo reet in eignt nours. we can saieijr aj
that it emcee Jed our expectations.
Yeur, truly, BUIUtrfc?, ntS"Liwio.v m e.i.nr.w.
li!t-i: iMiretba. to., .'-'., .lit;. I tit).
M,'n Duvall We have been mnninj the portable engine,
saw mill and corn mill we purchased of you some months ago.
We average in tough, scrubby pine, from S,""" to loon., fuel of
lumber per day, ana couiu, were we io nurry ur uuu.,
twelve thousand feet per day. We grind i to bushels of
corn ner hour Many persons nave roue twemy anu mmj
miles to see our mill. She is the wonder ard admiration 01 u.
We cheerfully recommend them to those in want of mills and
nn. ' G. A. HAMILTON CO
an office in
e6.io, 7y 11, lt'i'.
Messrs. Luvall I protest to know butlitlle about machinery,
but take pleasure in bearing testimony to the fact that the
portable engine and saw mill 1 purchased of you, can, in my
opinion, cnt three times as much lumber in a day as any other
mill in the country. We have sawed 750 feet in thirty minutes.
We can saw from lrVJtf to 1."J feet per hour.
11. II. ilAKJviCU'.
CARPENTER & MUNSON.
C-ic-.MU'Viil Claim. .A.eiitN,
J. B. CAItrEKTEK,
Late I.i v. utcnant s-.d A ljiUant Itt Tetiiiif.e Ldil Artillery,
taW LituUu.iul aud Ai.iju.Uut Mh TLu:ic":t; CvUrj.
7 0ULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM
the ei'iitns o! Fast Tenn. ct that they htve opened
!iX ox villi:
for ti.e puriHJS'C ; a.fju-tins an J coILv.iu cl&dctf of claims
agiiiul- ilio Ouvl-i:,: I t cu.-pliti taken anj in fur mat woocb
crs jrivt:ii, acJ supi'iics ti.cn au'I no receipts given, and fur
services rrrntlcret. Trenj; itttcatit'U iveu U ieltltments of
ofllcfrs ai-rcutit. :pp-e vi p.iy reiuovtd, aud cerliflcaU
of iion-iudeiU''Iiice .!i 1 1 r: e I fr rc?ingil otticer?.
Reasonable iii': : ;tii-.rfd,
Vnnohers bxiiIii .r culteeU"! -it lowest pricen.
glfT" OMice lat !) r tronili of Kxehanc Bank, iiri 3 L reet,
Vosi Otliec Uox 1S- KiiOYwille, Ttnil
Rsferkjice. Ilun- W. it. Bf-ir.ili'W, Uen. A.C. lillom,CoL L.
C. Uouk, Cpt- MeileUh. wtltf
NATIONAL CLAIM AGENCY.
ia.m::ls v niikhwood,
31ilitarv and Xaval Agents,
2o I'resideat's Square,
Next !" r to Cen. Augur's ileail'iuaUcr?,
WASlIXCiTOX, D. C.
T E ARE L'KOSELTTLN'G CLAIMS
" a-.-aint the I nil d Slati i iIov.Tiinn ut
Lovv-t UiW, H'eci-'y eo.. T nn., M'.m l, lo. lS '.'.
Messrs. Duvall On last Saturday last we cut something over
13,iXJ feet of inch poplar lumber ; worked eleven hours forty
five minutes; N. Nash attended the saw. We cut this amount
from Iocs sawed from stumps, and can do it every day with
good Uh and hands. Da. E. J. SHANNON.
NWir Jtitn '. O., Ilrwljord ., ''.. .V-rch 11, 1S6 .
Messrs. J. J. H. Duvall Gents : The portable engine and
saw mill that we purchated of you gives entire satisfaction.
We have, in twenty days after starting it up.sawcd J"0,'' feet
of frown hemlock timber, which we call thj best sawing ever
done in Northern Pennsylvania. The mill was run by Mr.
Hardesty. ' GRIVHTS & STONE.
k. u or ik-:royi
kind? of 'J'lart
W- - -t'le .'Hi
In t rlaiiiis for
.1 ! y th-
' rv lor.
for property ta-
1 or piirrha,- alt
ia;i'i. of Pay. col.
I'ensfjii", eoliei i i:.i. k I'ay, lleunty ami Prim- Mom-y. W
reqnii"' no ad aiif" f-'. and make no eharre eaeept p ulc
ered. Loi al A-'iii- tHri iihout the couutiy will liud it to
t Ii. i r ;i l.anl.i j" to r.'rr.-.,.iid w it li n.
.1. OAMl.I.. il. L. MIKRWOOP,
Late Captain I . - . Late y. )l. I". S. V.
;i: ri;t . r-. - lion. .M x. K tiu.-. v . I . S. Senator from Mill.,
11. in. K. F. F. nt. ,ii. ruor of New York, Hon. R. V.
Whah v. JI. '. Iv mi v . -t. rn ii .iuia, Maj.tr-Uneral I'ope.
We fully warrant our Engines and Saw Mil's to be
made of first class material : workmanship the same, and to
saw from 6,' to 10,0"" Icet ol inmver per uay, f!y icn
Orders solicited. Descriptive circulars sent lo all correspon
COCKILL k SEYJIOl R,
Agents for East Tenno.ee,
may-J-oni Knoxville, Tenn.
POWDKR. CAPS, SHOT.
MI 01 IIIFLluK. 1MSTOLS
ANU 1'IS1I1A TACKLE.
1 aui Agent tor
Wnich will bo uplicd to Merchiuits nt
Actual Cost ! ! !
Orders by mail will receive prompt at
tention, ami satisfaction guaranteed in all
l.m & B0DLE1,
fOODEBS & SIACMIS
STATIONARY & PORTABLE
Steam Eng ines
CIRCULAR SAW MILLS,
WITH BIMTJLTAXEOfS AXD ISDZPESDENT
"Wrought Iron Head Blocks,
ECLIPSE smSGLE MACHEnES,
Wood Working Machinery,
CORN MILLS, MILL GEARING L SHAFTING,
WrongM Iron Pipe i Fillings, Steam Corks, A r.
GIFFABD INJECTOB, .
OIL WELL MACHIIVRY.
Steam Fire Eugines,
Appllcanti for Descriptive Circular!, will specify th
Micbiary they leed.
. r. SMITH.
'. ner of i:iy an I Ma n ttreets
Iv.iox ville Tennessee.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPA
NY'S THBOUGH LINE TO CALI
FOENIA. Jouching at Mexican Port-, and carrying
the United States Mail.
Through in twenty-two day.
Mtaaainr. ox the
HENRY C1IAI JiCEY,
NEW YORK, -.
PAPER AND BAGS.
HAZEN & SON HAVE THEIR PAPER
MILL now in complete operation. Printing and
Wrapping Paper furnished in any quantities required. ill
pay in rash the highest price for clean cotton and linen Bags.
marZStf . . -
YOU HAVE TETTER, SCALY
Emotions. Pimplne or Blotches on the face, Clewe Run
ning Son-s, or any diw arising from an impure state of the
blood, go to Da. JAMEH KOlXJKliS, aal (M Dottle oi
(lrr Conntiintional hit Pyrnp. frhWff
4 AnylKiJy seudilng a three ce nt post
age stamp, will recei ve information Low to
make SORGHUM SUGAR from tlc cane
raised in this country.
tT Eemember the place,
' Centre Store Coffin Block.-
Co5vecrisi o mi: PAeittc
..U OLDEN CITY.
XE OF THE ABOVE LARGE AM)
srlendid Steamships will leave Pier Xo. 4 J, North I.ivr
foot of Canal street, at Li o tloct nooo, os ine u , mu
tli .urent when tho datea ntll 'n
Sunday, and then oa the preceding Saturday.) for AsPIN
WALL connecting via Panama Kailway, th V'o
Company's Steamships from Panama for ?A FRANCIS O
touching at ACAPCIXX); . .
n f th. l.i .nil 21st connect at Panama with
.v:i! ,:. ;ArT paimFIO and CENTUAL AMEK1CAX
A discount of OXS til ABTEB from steamer,' rates allow.-d
..Il-j ...i .ueraz! oaKseocers with families. Alio,
.tUowance of OSK iiUABTSB on tljrouSh rate, to cl. r.-y-.Jr.j
.K-i, dmiliM. and aehool teachers; sohliers having
honorable dhtchargea, HALF f ABE.
,..ji Pn.BjaBaOTaeeallowe.1 each adult. Eaezage
Sudren without male protectors. Baggag" received on the
dock the day before sailing, from steamboats, railroads and
r. who n ruler to send down early.
An experienced sargeon on board. Medicine and atli-mlancA
free. ... , ,
For Baa ' Ticket or further informal , apply at il.a
Company s ticket ofiirf on h Wharf, I'lMlT UK CANAL
HTREF.T. XOBTII BIVF.B NEW VOBK.
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.L8E IT APPEAELNG-
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r .... .il'-i 'iini- i ' r ivuniils himsrll than
'f law i,triu' t h.' rr-.d niton him: Iti-a
h fur Ujut -ii:i:-isiv.
lr. ndant tuappi'ai
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COURT HOG ESS VILLE.
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nd wile, .M.irv and Laura Kno
rdin ;rv pim:
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h fendants, Samuel
Hun. h .ir.- nnn-reidcut v
r.-id.ni.'i ! A Ifopkin-a
h are uukntiwu, so that tb
!' l.i e.intft ! - rvl upon them: It I-
I i!n:t ruldicatieu hv made m the Kuoxvilles
i, . .-.!. .- k-. i .juiui indin them to appear
1 ll.iwk'iiK county, at the court
1'..u .1 K' -j? tiTilh-. on tH nrt yionday in De-
tul-er, lIJi' 1" ph ad. an-'-r. or di-niur to laid putition, ot?
the saui'- " ill ' l ik'-n lor rnni-i ami set lor bearinj; e'J
'"''i'l't' mV r i :, I-- U .' VMk-i I.AI KKI, Clerk.
GEORGE A. McNUTT,
lr..im. i!j.. A. Jackson A Co.,)
KHOLtS U E AID RETAIL DEALER 121
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
Xo.'l, Coffin s Block, Gay Street,
MIE LAW GIVING ADDITIONAL.
Li.uiitv t Soldier who s- rr."I their term of enlistment.
u.i M tin- i itIiii it! a'i'U''ri uo died in the army, u no.
widow nor rhil-l.vu. to the parent.-, ha pa.teJ, and we aro
pr"p ireil to a.l.j'iT't ail sui h claims, an t having Uae number
au l amount of th.' claim heretufure prosecuted by us, it will
lie most convenient fur the claimant to obtain his dnea by
c.illinz on us. t'nr oilier is at the old places in the baaemenc.
st iry of the r-uirt hoii'e. Come immeiiiately, a the sooner
you make out vnur claim th? inioner yon will get the monay.
nn-.J-tf BI TLEK 8MITH.
VALUABLE MILLS AND "WATEX POW
ES FOR SALE.
THE LouimiHe Flour Mill. Saw Mill, and 3 acre of Ucd,
with a roinfortablo dwelling house on th bank el the
lli.Uton Uiver, fifteen milee beuw KnoxvUle, in th tovra oC
Lnni.ville,U now offere.1 fnr sale. Knr farther partiCTiHvrsi
apply t.. Iepitf) KENNEDY 6P.VJ.