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Knoxville, Tenn.t Sept. !9, 1866.
Gov. Browklow i now on a journey to Chicago,
Illinois, and will not be a! home for two or three
week$. Wc mko this imnQunecment to anewer
Ic'.tcrs and inquiries from different quarters.
Lamas HoieE. "We invite attention to the ud
vertisemcat of this well known Hotel. Capl. Jae.
Bell, proprietor. The Lamar Ilouse was well and
favorably- known throughout Tennessee and the
South before the war commenced. Since the occu
pation of aet Tennessee by the Federal army in
1663, it has been occupied by the military as a hos
pital and for other purposes. Kecently it has been
cleansed from cellar to garret, and refitted n t&e
b-jst possible manner the entire house being newly
painted and papered, and such improvements made
as were required to rusk it FIRST CLASS
Mr. Isaac X. Scott, Into of Atlanta, G., lias
charge of the office department. Mr. S. has experi
ence in the business, and is gentlemanly and accom-
. - Forth Wbio.
To Certain Commissioners.
By an act of tho Legislature passed in May last,
the Stock which the State owned in the East Ten
nessee and Georgia Railroad Company, amounting
to four hundred and twenty-five thousand dollar,
was transferred in trust, in different sums, to certain
commissioners, to be sold or used by them iu con
structing fifteen Turnpike and Macadcmised roads
i rsi TunnoiMC. for which roads charters are
modatiDg with all with
Mr. Oscar F. Beli, as General Superinlendaut,
has experience and capacity in the hotel business,
and will do all in his power lor the comfort and ac
commodation of guests. He is accommodating
Cat. James Bell, proprietor, is the oldest Hotel
Keeper in the State, lie built tho Bell Home of
this tity and the excellent management of that and
other IIoues lie has controlled, guarantees the excel
lent management of tho Lamar Ilouse. Several
times recently we have partaken
the Lamar, and a belter table wo
granted in said act. lhw act 01 me legislature nas j
not yet been published.
Your corresponueDi is not, aoie 10 give an ice
exact details of suid act, or the names of all the
commissioners, but ho remembers most of tho roads
chartered, and the names of many of the commis
sioners, which ho will here give.
A road from Carter s Depot to Taylorsvillc, by
! wav of Elizabcthton. Commissioners not certainly
remembered. Senator Kelson can give them.
A road from Jonesboro' iu the direction of North
Carolina, and also runniHg across to Sullivan coun
ty. Col. Tatton can give the names of the Com
missioners. A road from Grecneville towards the Warm
Springs. S. McGaughey, James A. Galbraith and
horn ho is brought in j John cC;impk;i1; commissioners.
f the viands of
don't care to sit
Cait. David 51. Nklon. Among tho dele
gates from East Tennessee to the Southern Loyal
ists' Convention, was Captain David M. kelson, son
!' Hon. Thomas A. 11. kelson, of this city. W see
in the papers that Captain Nelson made an excel
lent t-jeech at one of the great mats meetings in
Philadelphia. Captain N. is doing just what might
).o ox peeled of hi in by tho-c who know how hero
ically he met tho enemies of the country on the
iie'd of Initio. Throughout the war he was a bravo
and ctDcient officer in the Union army, and .in at
tending the Convention at Philadelphia was sup
porting the cause for which he had perilled his life.
Captain N. is one of the most promising young men
f the State talented, generous and bravo.
A road from Sncedvillo either to Kogcrsville or
Russellvillc, as the commissieners may determine.
Representative Jarvis can give the names of the
Ten thousand dollars of stock to repair the old
Bean Station and Tazewell road.
be his clipped, and snipped, and
into a monkev locket."
He'll not give the rebel the hasty basting they
deserve, but he is bent upon binding up their wounds,
lie U not the man to, end J. D.'a thread of life with
He baa sat too long on a narrow bench to stand
firm and erect on a broad platform.
In my opinion all of said A. J.'s stories of great
sacrifices for the Union are " cut out of the whole
cloth." He can't make me swallow tails of that
lie is too well used to turning his coat. He isn't
sound on the goose. He will make a cabbage gar
den of the White House grounds. He would ex
tinguish liberty's torch with bis th'mble. His needle
turns to the South Polo. I would there was another
needle in the seat of government to prick him on to
I confess I don't admire his roundabout policy.
I don't like his habits ; they are either too loose or
too tight I don't like his measures. He don't fit
the situation. There is too much seeming about
him. He is a poor feller. He overcasts our fair sky
with doubt, and shirts it with lightnings. He keeps
the nation "in Euspendcrs,' as Mrs. Partington
would say. I would set him to making corduroys.
He isn't tit for our ducks dux. He needs buckram
in his principles. He wants drilling. He has less
heart than padding. He hasn't a "soul above but
tons." He faces both ways. He is full of platitudes.
He doesn't gather wisdom from experience. He
tacks and trims. His judgment is warped. He
doesn't listen to good advice. He would come the
Nap. over us with his yard-stick for a sceptre. He
wants men after his own pattern to follow the patch
he chalks out. He waxes saucy, but if he don't mind
his eye in threading his way, he'll raise the choler
of the nation, and get hemmed in and pressed on
all sides. He needs to be stayed, to be slashed, to
be gored, to be pinked.
If the fates should b3 inclined to cut mni witn ms
reconstructed it J REAL ESTATE AGENCIES.
A road from Now Market to Newport, by way ; own shears, I, for one, should say, " cut away." If
Gen. Joiin B. Rodek
this paper, is interesting, and will
Letter, published in
well repay peru-
al. Gen. Rogers was a soldier under Gen. Jackson
arid is a relative of the late Chancellor Rogers
who?o friendship and esteem he enjoyed in an un
bounded degree. In opposing the -'policy " of An
.!rew Johnson ho stands where Chancellor Rogers
stood when he died. (Jen. Rogers, like all the old
soldiers of 181:!, and nearly all of the late war, look
upon Andrew Johnson as a traitor and bad man.
Meeting ok tue Siiremk Cot nr. Tho ses
sion of the Supremo Court of the State was to bae
been commenced in this city on Monday week.
Owing to the absence, caused by illness, of one of
the Judges, lion. Alvin Hawkins, it did not meet
until Woincsday last. Since then it has been in
session, Hons. Sam Milligan and J. O. Shecklel'ord
on the bench. It will continue in session six or
seven weeks. Hon. Thomas H. Caldwell, Attorney
General and Reporter, is in attendance.
L'mtku States District Court This Court
will meet in Knoxville on the fourth Monday in
Noemler. Judge C. F. Trigg, presiding.
Don't he Foolish." You can make Six. Dol
lars from Fifty Cents. Call and examine an inven
tion urgently needed by everybody. Or a samplo
MUt freeby mail for 50c, that retails easily for $6"
by E. L. jWolcott, 170 Chctham Square, New
Dvm ei'MA. Do not suffer w ith dyspepsia w hen
relief is so close at hand. Twenty thousand people
have leen cured of this terrible diseaso in tho last
year by the use of Rwback's Stomach Bitters.
1 he Ncoud VJuarterly Meetings for the Jouesboro" L'istrict,
11. bum Conference, of the Methodist Episcopal Church, vill
held 5 follows:
A . . I t . .. 1 .11
rci-iievnie Mauen, e'inn'i i "" --j.
towiicvilie Circuit, at Carter'sMalion, September Slu
Wm. Harris, Win. Galbraith and I
A road from Knoxvillo to Soviervillo. C. W. ;
Jonc-, John Williams and Col. Murphey, commie- ;
A road froui the south side of the Holston to Mary- ;
villc and Montvalc Springs. Dr. James Rodgers, ',
Jno Jones and Montgomery AIcTecr, commissioners, i
A road from Knoxvillo to llutledge and Straw- j
bcry Plains. Dr. Samuel Shields, Gen. Thomas E-1
Champion :.nd Hon. S. R. llodgers, commissioners.
A road from Knoxville ten miles out, then with .
a branch towards Tazewell, Maynardville, and a j
branch tow ards Jacksboro'. M. L. Hail, Isaac Bay-.
lass and Captain John C. Mynatt, commissioners.
A road from Knoxville towards Montgomery, ;
with a branch to Clinton. Col. John Baxter, Hon. 1
D. R. Young and Col. William Cross, commis- j
A road from Knoxville towards Kingston and
SparU, wil'i a branch to Loudon and Madisonville.
Perez Dickinson, Gen. Joseph A. Cooper and 11. H.
A road lrom A tlicns to Tell ico Plains. Senator
McElwee can give the names of the commissioners.
A road from Cleveland towards the Tennessee
river, but the exact point and names of commis
sioners not remembered.
Two roads from Chattanooga, but their exact des
tination and names of commissioners not remem
bered, but Scmttor Cates can give them.
The time is now at hanJ when something should
be done to show an acceptance of the charters privi
leges and appreciations. I suggest that the com
missioners at once meet in Knoxville, and agreeon
a basis for the sale of the Stock, and a general plan
of operations. Tho Stock must not be sacrificed,
therefore let a irtiuimum price bo agreed upon. In '
a few years there are many reasons for believing it ;
will be par or nearly so. It is not worth much j
in the market now, but citizens along the several j
lines of improvemci.l must bo induced to purchase i
it for the sake of the benefits they are to directly j
derive from tho roads, as well as for the investment j
in the Stock. !
Let it ba distinctly understood that each set of ,
commissioners is entirely independent of the others, j
Now, let us sec which set will finish the first live !
miles of rtad. It is surely time our Knoxville j
commissioners wero at work. T. j
The Philadelphia Loyal Convention.
FIFTH DAY'S TROCEEDIXOS.
M. ( Ibii Circuit, at SI. Cla
September ljth aud loth.
.tonreboro" Circuit, at Osk Grove, September ami iU.
Fall Branch Circuit at Sulphur Spring Csnip ground. S p
. iuKr i'th aud 3th.
Plouutvil.', triftid and Aliii;:d.u Circuit, atf.iou. October
:ii aud 7th.
ribcatowu Circuit, at l'le.iiut Hill, October liUh and 1
JuU'-sbeio' StMlieu. October Tth and itstli.
t ti alwiliti-ii Circuit, at rttou"6 Chaix l, Novruilvr
I'ajler-Mll. t ircuit at , November 10th and 11th.
l'unuj: the i at ter uxor nc huudred Lave been added
Ihr Church. L. F. l'KAKK,
Private Medical Advice. Read Dr. Whit
ter's advertisement in another column.
To the Inion Men or Knox County.
Certain evil disposed persons are circulating a
loport throughout the country that it is very diffi
cult matter for any man to procure a voting certifi
cate under the late franchise law, no matter how
loyal he may have been.
This is the low. mean, contemptible resort of dir
ty Copperheads and rebel sympathisers, to w eaken
the strength of the unconditional Union men in
Knox county, and they know that they are circu
lating unmitigated falsehoods. A man who has
been a Union man at all, has no difficulty in pro
curing such a certificate, and it is of the utmost im
portance that ho should do so, for every rebel who
bas voted in any of tho elections w hich entitle him
to such a certificate, have almost to a man availed
themselves of the privilege. Their object 1:1 circu
lating these false reports is to keep Union men
from getting certificates from the Commissioner of
Registration, whilo they all who can , gel them, and
JitiS take advantage of Unionists in that way, a
.. oursC highly worthy of the sneaking, cowardly
position occupied by them during the war. It is
not necessary to call name, for they know who wo
It is to tc hoped that Uniou men will at otac
1 ei stcr a voters under the late franchise law.
Charles Morrow, Commissioner.
The Cincinnati Commercial has the following
' One of the misfortunes of reconstruction is, that
il brines within the limits of the United States the
entire Pollard family. Tho fisherman, however,
casts Lis ne. all the same, though he knows a aevu
fi-h is drawn up with the multitude. The Pollard s
are wore llina devil fish. They are eonlmually
troublesome, perpetually fighting, if not with other
people then with themselves. Perhaps the most
vindictive and quarrelsome of til these pestiferous
disturbers is the Pollard of the Richmond Exami
ner. Not less than half a dozen times within a year
he has made a public appearance armed with a rusty
Continental flint-lock, and with his belt stuck so full
of Texan bowies that it resembled saw teeth, has
-one about the streets of Richmond, banging away
:ith his old fusee at imaginary people, and thrust
ing his scalping-knives into the town pump with a
whoop of Vengeance shrill as a Comanche . So far
as bloodshed is concerned, he has been the most
harmless of nuisances. The only blood known to
have been drawn was that which his own brother-in-law
squeezed from his itching nose after twisting
it till it resembled a plug of tobacco known to the
trade us pig-taiL Pollard's extravagant antics are
the result of an impression he carries about him
that he is the pink of Virginia chivalry, and that
it does not become a knight of the remarkable or
der to conduct, himself according to ordinary no
tions of propriety.
She wore a hand-
PuiLADELi uiA, Sept. T The Southern Conven
tion met at ten o'clock, when the proceedings were
opened with prayer by the Chaplain, Rev. Dr. New
man. There were but few delegates from the bor
der States present. Mr. Speed of Kentucky, how
ever, was in the chair.
Tho President laid before the Convention a docu
ment from the Grand State Council of Pennsylva
nia, send greetings to tho Convention, also a similar
one from the State of Illinois, endorsing tho address
and platform, and pledging Illinois to a majority
of forty thousand.
ir. .Meness, 01 jveniucKy, oucrei a resolution, re
turning thanks to the Union Club of Philadelphia
for its hospitality and kindness, and referred to tho
burning of the Club House last night as an incen
diary act, and reminds tho Convention that in his
spoech at the Central Hotel, tho President of the
United States had used the significant language thaC
he wanted no begus but the Constitution. On the
strength of that "hint this calamity had followed,
whether or not with the President's knowledge or
consent, he did not pretend to say. He had no
doubt, however, such was the suggestion of the Pres
ident s mind, but his emmissaries would find that
the Union League of America did not dwell in
houses made with hands.
Tho resolution was adopted; also another resolu
tion referred toby Mr. Bo.,ts, of Virginia, sympa
thizing with the Union League.
Mr. Bingham, cf Alabama, offered a resolution
complimenting tho New York Tribuno for its de
votion to the cause of freedom and free education.
On motion of Mr. Mason, of Virginia, the reso
lution was amended by adding the New York In
dependent and all other good Republican papers,
which was adopted.
The chairman presented a letter from Mr. Rog
ers, of Arkansas, announcing his departure for
home, on the ground that tho business of the Con
vention was concluded yesterday.
Mr. Merkell, of Arkansas, rose and declared that
Arkansas was not unrepresanted here. Cheers.
Ho intimated that his re tiring colleagues had been
too far North, and been contaminated by my
Tho report of the committee of tho non-reconstructed
Stales being about to be read, Gen. Speed
retirod from the chairmanship of the Convention,
und in doing so. he said:
Gentlemen of the Convention, having staid here
so long, 1 am now called away by business of the
utmost importance. Knowing that the general
business of the Convention is through, I take my
leave. As I consider the Convention incompetent
to pass upon anything other than the report of the
commit' ee of non-reconstructed States, and it is
disfinctly understood by every body, I believe, in
that matter, that none are to take part except the
representatives of those States. I thank the Con
vention most cordially for tho good order it has
preserved and the assistance it has rjiven me.
As Mr. Speed retired ho was complimented by
tho Convention rising and giving him three cheers.
Mr. John Minor Bolts, of Virginia, then took
Mr. Warmutb. of Pennsylvania, reported back
the resolution offered yesterday by Mr. Eaton, of
Tennessee, requesting the President of the Unitod
States to cause the publication of the report of the
testimony taken before the committee appointed by
Gen. Baird, in rcferance to the New Orleans Mas
sacre. The resolution was adopted, and Mr. War
muth then read the address prepared by the com
mittee of the non-constructed Stales. It is much
louirer than the previous address, and favors impar
tial suffrage. A long debute ensued, wuen a vote
was taken, and resulted ayes 0G, nays 11. So the
address was adopted. The nays were Messrs. Botts,
Buttes and Gilmer, of Virginia; Hunter, of Penn
sylvania, Safford and Grower, of Alabama ; Bain,
Tumsco and Jones, of North Carolina, aud Price,
of Florida. The result was loudly cheered.
A declaration in favor of negro suffrage, signed
bv the delegates lrom Tennessee, who had been ex
cluded from voting, (that State being treated as one
of the reconstructed,! was read, and the delegates
from the reconstructed States who were in favor of
negro suffrage were invited to sign what was called
the Charter of Universal Freedom.
Resolutions were then adopted, among which was
one to present Congress with a copy of the ad
After prayer by the Rev. Mr. Mattison, at o
o'clock the Convention adjourned bine die.
Our National Tailor--A Fortran Drawn
In Chalk by a Radical Knight or the
Show me who has been engaged in these conspi
racies, who has fired upon our liag, w ho has given
instructions to taks our forts, custom houses, arsen
als and dock yar.ls, and I will show you a traitor.
Wore I President of the United States", I would do
as Thomas Jefferson did in 1806 with Aaron Burr.
I would have them arrested, and if convicted, with
in the meanincr and scepe ot the Constitution, by
fortune were about to undo him, I should say, " let
her rip." Anti-Slavery Standard.
The Officers of the' Philadelphia Con
Hon. James Speed, Kentucky.
II. C Cole, Georgia,
"Rev. Hope Bain, North Carilina,
Hon. John Minor Botts, Virginia,
Gov. A. J. Boreman, West Virginia,
Gen. Joseph Gerhardt, District Columbia,
Hon. J. A.J. lTcssweii, Maryland,
A. A. C. Rogers, Arkansas,
Thomas B. Coursey, Delaware,
E. M. Pease, Texas,
Anthony Fernandez, Louisiana,
Joseph W. Field, Mississippi,
D. A. Bingham, Alabama,
Col. O. B. Hart, Florida,
Gov. W. G. Brownlow, Tennessee,
Joseph H. Glover, Kentucky,
George P. Strong, Missouri.
S. C. Mercer, Tennessee,
Judge M. J. Saffold, Alabama,
J . N. Boyd, West Virginia,
Jesse Stencil Texas,
Peter A. Fennerty, Arkansas,
E. Hiestand, Louisiana,
John W. Price, Florida,
D. B. Brown, District Columbia,
Col. Weston Flint, Missouri,
Dr. G. K. Grimer, Virginia,
John F. Ensor, Maryland,
Henry W. Davis, Mississippi,
Col. Charles C. Gill, Kentucky,
C. G. Baylor, Georgia,
J. W. Wynne, North Carolina,
John ii. Adams, Delaware.
Rev. John P. Newman, D.D., Lousiana.
SERGEANT AT ARMS.
Captain William Heydt, Tennessee.
Governor William G. Brownlow, Nashville.
Hon. J. S. Fowler, Nashville.
Hon. Horace Maynard, Knoxville.
Hon. S. M. Arnell, Columbia.
Hon. A. J. Fletcher, Nashville.
Gen. James P. Brownlow, Nashville.
Gen. Horace H. Thomas, Nashville.
Col. A. M. Hefllebower, Nashville.
Hon. J. B. Frierson, Columbia.
Hon. P. P. C. Nelson, Jonesboro'.
Gen. William J. Smith, Memphis.
Hon. James Mullins, Shelbyville.
Hon. W. L. Waters, Watertown, IVilson county.
Hon. W. W. Duggan, Sevierville.
Hon. Charles Inman, Fair Garden, Sevier county.
Aon. William Hunter, Memphis.
Hon. J. J. Noah, Columbia.
John Ruhm, Nashville.
Gen. John Eaton, Jr., Memphis.
Robert L. Hall, Knoxville.
Geo. F. Brown, Nashville.
Rev. J. A. Hyden, Athens,
Rev. J. Huntington, Nashville.
Kev. Herman Bokum, "Washington.
Major S. Hambright, Charleston.
Major S. B. Brown, Nashville.
Major William A. Lord, Nashville.
Col. M. T. Ryder, Memphis. (
Major James Tagg, Memphis.
Col. S. B. Beaumont, Memphis.
Col. J. W. Paramore, Nashville.
Col. J. J. Roach, Frezeraut, Carrol county.
Hon. A. W. Hawkins, Ashland City, Dickson co.
D. W. Peabody, Nashville.
Major W. H. H. Ayers, Nashville.
Col. W. C. Garrett, Columbia.
Hon. Wm. Bosson, Murfreesboro.
Hon, John Norman, Huntington, Carrol county.
Hon. F. S. Richards, Memphis.
Hon. Wm. Wines, Clarksville.
Hon. James A. Doughty, Clinton
Hon. J. E. McNair, Gibson county.
Hon. R. R. Butler, Taylorsvillc, Johnson county.
Hon. N. A. Patterson, Kingston.
S. C. Mercer, Ssq., Nashville.
Captain George E. Grisham, Jonesboro.
E. N. Tarham, Knoxvillo.
P. J. Aiken, Dandridgo.
H. M. Aiken, Knoxville.
Captain E. J. Fleming, Murfreesboro.
James Gregory, Columbia.
Dr. D. A. Davidson, Columbia.
Captain David M. Nelson, Cleveland.
Captain Wm. C. Bunts, Nashville.
Hon. Wm. Mills, Nashville.
Hon. John M. Palmer, Nashville.
Hon. Barbour Lewis, Memphis.
T. A. Harris. Mt. Pleasant, Maury county.
G. A. Rath, Athens.
W. H. Finley, Maryville, Blount county.
N. Derby, Nashville.
C. W. Eames, Millwood, Washington county.
T. W. McKinley, Gallatin.
James Gcttys, Athens.
W. T. Waters, Watertown, Wilson county.
Captain Wm. Heydt, Nashville.
L. J. Noah, Columbia.
Jesse Sa fl'ord, Sevierville, Sevier county.
A. J. Sharp, Chattanooga.
Captain Temple Clark, Nashville.
Captain Wm. H. Barr, Nashville.
J. S. Johnson, Memphis.
Hon. Wm. B. Stokes, Liberty, De Kalb county.
D. F. Harrison, Loudon.
T. Haws, Knoxville.
Captain Oliver, Columbia.
Col. E. S. Jones, Nashville.
J.F. Pearl, Nashville.
TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
JLl the partuenfaip heretofore existing, between Wm; A.
Cock rill and Charlee Beymoar, to hereby dUeolred by the
traufer by Wm. A. CockrUI ot mil hie interest la uid Brm to
Ppencer M union. The account of the late firm of CockriU
A Srjmour will bciettled by Chark Beymoar.
W. A. COCKBII.L.
CUAKLK3 f-EVMOl B,
September 1th, 18tM.
Tue baeineM will be conducted a bvrvtufore by tue eubecri
ben, wbe hope to merit, by constant attention, Mie patronage
to largely bettowed on tbe former linn.
6 . SPENCER MCXSOX,
c-pl'J-2t CHARLES SKYMOIK.
EAST TEHHT: LAND AGENCY.
MTJNSON & SEYMOUE,
Eeal Estate Brokers,
ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE
and Exchange of Real Estate. Have
constantly on hand for sale, valuable Farm
ing, Mining, Timber and Grazing Lands
in all counties in East Tennessee.
We also have for sale Mills, Water Pow
ers and Sites for Manufactories, Town and
Persons wishing us to negotiate for tho
Sale of their Lands or Property, should
apply promptly by letter or in person.
Lands in East Tennessee exchanged for
Northerly and Western Lands.
Titles examined, and all business connec
ted with the transfer of Real Estate, prompt
ly attended to.
Full particulars and descriptions of any
j Lands in East Tennessee gratuitously given.
! Office over Exchango and Deposit Bank,
! corner of Main and Gay Streets, Knoxville,
t pl5 tf
MAURY, ABERXATHY A CO.,
JjEAL ESTATE AGENTS,
l Office, Oay Sln two doors South of the Lamar House.
KNOXVILLE, TENN. "
! I'lircliii-e aud .Sell K.al Estate, Collect lieu Is, Lease Knrm,
i and give prompt attention to perfecting negotiations.
$200 A M05TH AJTD EXPENSES.
A GENTS WANTED, MALE OR FK-
:m AlE;.to Baker Sewing Mael.iar.
I wUl pay the ale aalarjr , r gi. . Urge oml..oa.
OEO. LAWBkN-CK. General Ag.nt.
. " , No, 4 Kennel BniMing, M. l.uuis, Mi.
(Areolar aent frea on receiat f stamp. . wpO-tt
ij '(i : pi.
A YEAR MADE BY ANY
one with $ 1 S Stencil TooU. So vsnrri-xv
necessary. In rremuenie, tamr, ami irraiiuren wi thrw
i Banki indorae the circular. Sent free with saranlre. AIJrr
j the American Stencil Tool Works, SprlngneM, Vermont.
I 50,000 Pounds Ointenj; !
50,000 Pounds ieatbers!
25,000 Pounds Becywux J
A S WE EXPORT GINSENG TO China.
e can offr inJucemrnts to dealer.
R. A. I10LHKN A 0.,
jnue 20-titn 7 V ine Street, Cincinnati, O.
CHANCERY COURT BUTLEDGE-
Balb or Till asli IUai Estatk.
TN OBEDIENCE TO DECREES PRO-
X Vol NC'EI by therhsncrr fonrt .t n.tl4 i- ik.ra. "
mx of John Nance and other, vs. Thcraaa J. Btaacbard aat .
J oHirrs. and John uce T-. Thorn , j. Blanchard and another. .
and William Kinder Tt. Tbuaaa J. BUnchard and others, an-4
' Thomas J. l'owell Ts. Thomas J. Blanchard, 1 will sell pab
lie auction to the highest bidder, at the court boose door Its) S
i Kntledge, on Monday, the 1st day of October at, a csrtaiie
j traet or tracts of land, situated in the atb civil iitatrfet of
liraiuper county, Tennessee, adjoining the lands of Kliha Mil.
1 liken, .l-cea-wd, John Renf.-u, d.-eeane.l, 11. ii. Lea, and other.
I being the lauds purchased by said Blancbard of Wlllism H,
j Kennedy, and kaowq as !) "Lea's Spring" lands, and con.
taintn- acre.. SiJ lands will be sold on a cmtit ofsi
laoatli without the tislit of redemption. Bond with appreee-l
uritj, be.rin inf.-ret from the day of sale will berrqnire-t
. ,,,'r' ami ' wi" l retained on the toad till
E. J. SANFORD & CO.,
WHOLESALE and RETAIL DRUGGISTS,
Opposite Fiist Nat:oaal Bank,
YOUNG LADIES' SEMINARY.
THE FALL AND WINTER TERM OF
A the Young Ladies' Seminary situated at Judge Alexan
der's Ilouse, Knoxville, will commence on Monday, the 3d
of September next.
Circulars giving full particular, as to course of study, terms,
Ac, may oe ootameu oi tue rriocipai, n. v. rAaaninoi.
JONElSBOROUH FEMALE COLLEGE.
T? ALL AND WINTER SESSION OF
A five mouths begins September 10th, lcOj.
tuition pj:r SESSION.
Heading aud Spelling (
Same with I'rimary Geography and Arithmetic 12 00
Other branches, (except Music aud Embroidery) 18 00
Music on Piano or Guitar -5 00
Embroidery, for 'M lessons 7 00
Incidental Fee 1 00
Vocal Music, Calisthenics, Greek, Latin and French free.
Boarding iu good families from S3 to $1 per week.
For particulars and Circulars, address
J. C. FOYE, President,
aug2-3in Jouesborough, Tenu.
Kerosene Oil Lamps
OF ALL K1XDS ASD SIZES.
ST. CECILIE'S ACADEMY.
THIS WELL KNOWN ACADEMY
A. for you ug Ladies, under tho directiou of Sisters of the
Order of St. Dominie, situated in one of the most delightful
aud healthy locations in Davidson county, will re-open on tbe
hrst Monday in September. For further particulars, apply at
the Academy, or address the MOTUER SIPERIOU, St.
Cecilie's Academy, Mouut Vernon. Nashville, Tenu., ngiilni
YOUNG LADIES' INSTITUTE.
rpHIS SCHOOL HAS JUST CON-
J- CLUCKD it tenth year. Its nigrum has been one of I
prosperity and growth from the commencement. The last two
vears the dailv averaze attendance has been wore than two
hundred, and many have been refused admittance for want of
A NEW BUILDING
is now uudcr contract, to be ready fur occupancy at the open-
I ing of the Fall Session in September, and it is hoped that
I hereafter all can be received as pupils who apply.
I The Library, Apparatus and Cabinex are receiving yearly
valuable additions ; and the purpose is kept steadily iu view,
! to furnish everv facility for a thorough course of instruction.
The Faculty consists of four male and eleven female teach
ers ; all experienced instructors in their several departments,
i The School is fully graded from the Preparatory department
through the entire course of Academical and Classical studies.
r or particulars and catalogues, auaress
! I. II. AVI11TE.
; ugl5-t;w 25 West Fourth Street, Cinciunati.
. ine pnrehaw money is paid.
valuable, being a well known ami
bh of beiltf;
a Ine cm
a'"-" 7 oi sate.
ItUIleuge, August I", 13' (
I favori,. watering r'. and meV TU. cVp'ab"
, made a very beantir,,! .bo,, a miles fro-
Tennessee and irg.uU K.ilroad. lias on it a tin. bi
f-fl ft I'EK YEAR! We. want Agents every- ;
5 JLttjW ahere to sell our mrROVKO S'JU Sewing ,
achinrs. Three new kiuds. 1'udor and upicr feed. Sent on ,
tr4.1 '..M.kta.! ft v 11m. a.Ur. nr l.rm rummWioll t
naid. The osly machine .old ia the United Slates for h s. i al, Administrator, Ac. Tt
than 5l, which are Mjr .ceawd J"e, Wirler H'.fcoa,
Qrorrr t BalT, &,irr 4-Co.. ami ;.ieW;.-r. Ml other cheap
machines are iufruHrmvuls and the iHt or eT are linbl to
mt,Jinmmd tmprimmmatt. Illustrated circulars sent ree. Ad-
areas, or call upon Shaw A Clark, at Biddeford, Maine, or
Chicago, 111. jnlvll-Iy
ffk A MONTH .' Ageuti wanted f.r W, ir
2 J" mriida, just ont. Addre. O. T. C.AKLEY." Cit
ouilding, niaueioru, jae. jniuiy
'- FlRSlXl Likn,
TO A DECREE DP
tlge, in the case of J. D. Cutl .4
ills. WIH SL ) W
M W "ST "SI 1 1
Hie LTrcat l1 einale itcmei
Cbav.ert St "r
the Chancery Court at Rutb-
.Marv I.. Jarnasin and
will w ll at pnblir auction t the highe.t bidder, at the runrc
. . r. i . 1 U - 1 j
; non aoor in llIlT'. on jhmiit, ho- ay or itctober
i next, a tract of 1 i l ituat-d in the 10th civil district uT
i Grainijer count. Tvnnei-see, on Richland Creek, seven mile
' from r.utlede, on t!ie main road leading from Rntledge u.
' Knoxville, a-lj"iiiin ihe lands of John Lou;. James O. W alker
! and others, containing about acre., well improved. Bem
the farm formerly owned by P. L. Jarnagin, now deceased.
Ti Bi or Si I. Said lands will be sold without redemp
; lion. Five hundred dollars of tho sale money will be reqqire.1
j to be paid in i months, and the remainder in twelve montha
fruui the day of sal". Bonds w ith approved security will bo
p-liiircd for" the purchase money, bearing interest from that
. dale of sale, aud a lien will be letained on the land till tbs
purchase money is paid.
' Rutledge, August 1, IS: f. C. SMITH, C. A M.
Ciianorv S.vic or Vvliasir Lands.
IN OBEDIENCE TO A DECREE
THE MYSTIC PILLS ARK PREPARED
only for a legitimate purp4c. and are tho only safe and
effective medicine for all tboe painful and dangerous disor
ders to which the Female constitution i. subject
They are the only Genuine Female Pills extant.
Tbey moderate all excess, and remt-ve all olwlrueti- ns. -They
invigorate tbe debilitated and delicate : and asoint na
ture to Dnng back the Moom to the valia clieet. Ito maiuen.
wife or mother should be without the Mystic Pills. Sold by
the Chau.-ery Court .it Bntledge, pronounced at the July Term,
1Si' in the cause of J. D. Curl. Adm'r. Ac, ys. Henry Allsnui
mid others. I will o il at public auction to the highest bidder,
at Ihe court house dtxir in llutledge, on Monday the 1st day
of ikctober m-t. the tollewin.x 'NM'ribed tract, of land, sitaa-
t d iu vi il distrii tt No. and 7, of Grainger comity, to-wit J
One tract of nboul 7 acres, .itnatrd in district So. i. o(
said county, nion a hi u are a fine Flturing Mill. 9aw Mill
Daelling House, lllai-ksmith's Miop and Cotton Gin. This mi
a v. ry hue water power, at tbe mouth of Buffalo Creek, on ths
north side of H..i-t. Q Kiver, adjoining the lands of William
Smith. William :illmore and others.
One other trai t -ituated in district So. "1, of raid comity,
containing about 1' or lai aen-., adjoining the lands of James)
I' ll n. Iliiv'li i.iilinvre and other., known a ' the Israel
One tract situated iu district So. 7. of said county, known
ass"the Indian Cuvt Tract." rontainiug about acres, umi
which are dwelling house and out-houses, and a fine water,
power and a Imst Mill, adjoining the lands of Joseph Parrott,
Samuel Stallsnorth anil others.
One trai t situated in district So. 7, of .aid county, adjoin,
ing the last mentioned tract, with a dwelling house" upon it.
contaiuing about :io m-rc..
One tract, situated in district So. 7, of said county, adjoin
ing the land, ot Hct; Hales, James Davis and other, known as
the .Millikeu tr.. !." emitaining Lli acre!", rveellent land,
The above di - i.l .d lands are all aitnated oil and mar III"
Holston lliver. utn.nt ii miles from the East Tennessee aud
tn pnia Kailroad. comprising good farming Ian. Is, and somi
of the nii'i-t valuable water power in Kast Tennesaee, and be
longs to the estate of Hie Ule John lloils, deceased.
Tm(s oi Si . Said lauds will be ..obi without the right
uf redemption. Ten per cent, of the sale money will b re
quired to l-e paii! in six months, aud the remainder in twelv.i
nioiitlis from the day of sale. Bond with approved Mt uriiv
w ill Ik; required from the purchasers, bearing intere.t ln.ni
the date of sale, and a lieu w ill be retained on the lands till
purchase imn v i- iaid.
Hutledge. Augu.t b'. C. i. SMITH, C. A M.
TWO RUSH EL RACS FOR SALE.
augl-om K. S. ilcEWEX A .
HVS rBOVED ITStll TO IT
HOUSE LAMPS. -STORE
LANTERNS, &c, &c.
LAMPS that nceil no Chimneys, ami
L:iuii8 that do.
BURNERS' of all kinds.
best Jlalr Restorer ever oflcrrd
:2 tbe Public.
It will change gray hair to its original color. Itwilltho
roughly cleauso the scalp, and eradicate all eciirtl aud dand
ruff. It will arrest premature decay aud falling out of the
hair. It is a natural stimulant aud invigorator, andwill pro
mote the growth of the hair.
ItJKxifui all Oil I'rkparatioN!? a a 1risio. It
changes at once, dry and wiry hair to soft aud silken tresses.
LADIES, YOl NO ASD OLD, if you wish to use the best
article for all diseases of the scalp and hair, try the ( lin n
and be convinced of the truth of these statement-.
Price Jl per bottle. Sold by all IM ug-i-ts.
K. J. SASKOKD A CO..
may My lii.MiR.AL A(.ests, Kuoxville, Tenu.
A FARM OK
L'Oo HUNDRED ACHES
t o niib s east from Kno.willo, Tenu.. all of whii h ia
rb ai. d aud iu rultivatiou in com, oats, clover and gras. .
There is a large two-story Brick House, two Barns, and other
out-houses. .,jU it is a good spring and a few Apple Trees.
This Kami is immediately npi.u the Knoxville and Kutledgt
Is a Kaioi of o .V:ics 1 mile, from KnoAville. There 4
upon it a uiy good, small Krame one-story Mouse, aud at
lare and excellent spring aud a few good Peach and Appbs
Tn.cs. There is 75 Acres of cleared land, all of which is in
gra and clover.
Is .i -ni.ili tra t et Inn 1 of 1 1 Acres miles from hno-:
vill-. up-n the Kno.wiH-aud Hntle.lge f'ike. There is no
hoiix- iipi-n tlii- l.i.i I. l lty Aen-s of it i cleared. The Kast
Tjiines-ee und Virginia Kail Load passes through it, and tiler j
is lite, nmrole upen it.
OBACK'Si STOMACH lill'TKUr, aiier
years of experienco aud trial, have
proven to be the Lett remedy t slant
for all complaints where a tonic; and
stimulant are renuircd. Tlioy never
fail to strengthen Die e:ik, miiurt
igor to tho strong, aud in all lepect.--rettore
Bliattcred tuid broken-down
consUtuLons. 'o lcinedy Iuls bic;i
received with as muoli favor : lo
BAca's Sioxacu liirriRS. Iu hiciyi
I- a two -i. r I lame Keldence, with Ten Booms and Ten i
Acresof land, on-mile ea.t of the court houso. This Resi- .
den. e is situated npon a point feet higher thau Fort Sun- L
dei s, aud has a Mie iew of the Cumberland and other moiin- "
tains and the Ternies-ee Kiver. 5
NO. 5. '
A 1 1 re two-s'i-i-v Min k Dwelling, with sixteen room.-, and '
Kilty Acres of L.uid, two Barns and other out-houses, and
good -prlng. Two mil". fini Knoxville, and upon the Knox,
villi- and Kutb-.ie pike.
i DASVILLE, KV.
, rpjlE NEXT TERM OPENS ON MON-
: JL DAY, Si-ptember 10, 1S00.
Bkv. W. L. B11ECK IN RIDGE, V. V. rresjideiit. and Pro-
1 feasor of Mental and Moral Science.
i OltMOSD BEATTY, LL. D., Vice President, aud Professor
. of Natural Sciences.
'. Rev. JAMES MATTIIEWS, A. 51., Professor of Latiu Lau-
iruaire and Literature,
i Ili.v. STEPliEN YEKKES, D. P., Prof.-ssor (pro teiii, of
. Greek Language and Literature.
A. B. NELSON. A. B.. Instructor iu Mathematics.
L. II. RALSTON, A. M., and WM.L. YERKES, A. B.,Tcach-
ora of the Preparatory Department.
' Tuition aud Contingent Fee, S"5 per annum, semi-annually
' Candidates for the Ministry, and sous uf Presbyterian Min-
1 isters are exempt from tuition tec. Board about 56 per week
in town; lrom M to in the country. Ibis includes room,
' funiture and fuel.
! For further information or catalogue, apply to Rev. Robt.
I A. Johnstone. Financial Aireut, or any member of the Fa-
EAST TENNESSEE UNIVERSITY,
i KNOXVILLE, TENN.
! WINTER SESSION BEGINS SEPTEM-
i T I BEB 13th, 1866.
' Tuition, 20 per year.
Room Rent, W per year.
Board in clubs, 83 per week .
i Board in families, 1 to J5 per week.
I THOMAS W. 1U MES,
aug i-3iu President,
! rpHE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE JHE MOST ELEGANT LAMPS
. g tlamuen MuneyAcaaemy late pleasure in announcing 10 i
: ihe citizens of Knoxville and vicinity, that this Institution I n.. nTV,'r.Nl fill sale ill East TeilllOSSCe.
' ..III 1.. I VdVniV UL'DTVIfDL'll 'J.I lfiCj". n,t.l,,e thai CV CI OIICICU lUt 3U1V HI J-ltirJI XVHHV.v.
I control of Col. M. C. WILCOX, as Principal, a practical and
; competent teacher of several years experience, ine patrons
may rest assured that their pupils will receive a thorough
course of Academical traiuimr.
The most approved system of Penmanship will be taught to
ail pupils without extra charge.
Primary Department $8 00
Academical Department 10 00
AS M. UEISKELL, President, 1
JAS. RODGERS, Sec. A Trcas.
JAS. C. LCTTRELL, Board ot ru stces.
JAS. 11. ARMSTRONG, I
JAS. II. COWAN,
Tickets to be procured of Dr. Jas? Rodgers, Secretary and
Treasurer, at bis Drug Store, on Gay Street. augltf
Is a 1 ai ni. 3 inii- s li.iu Kno.iMlIe, Acres, l"0 Ai res
el-vfil.and iu cb-vei, tl I lo-r good timber, a small log houso
and barn, "'od springs, 'fhc Ea-t Tenii.-.see and Virginia "
Unilr -ad pas-s through it.
VER 50,0 botiks weio told i-;
drug-house iu the putt yenr. It i
nitt.l livAiirmAnt lennied rthvst
that ir. KOBACKts siwi.ti-ii liii
XERS combine the properties of a
gomleJiisative, an cfticieut nnti-l.-iiioii.s
A -mall tiat of Land of Sixty Acr-s. et very rich upland.
;' . miles from Knoxville. and upon the East TenneKsee aud
irgiuia K iilnad. Twenty Acre of which is cb-arnl, and
the other Forty linelv timbered.
aeut, and tlifc best ttomaohio kuowu to
tho worlJ. KOBACK'3 BITTERS ehouIJ
La used) by convalesociits to strengthen
the prostration whioli alwaja follows nciito
disease. In the
Is "in- Hundred A, res of Laud, half a luilefiotn the East
Tennessee aud A iigiuia Railroad Depot, aud upon the Knox
1 villc ami Ruticjge Pike. So improve mints, fenced and incul-tivatl-.-n
in cern and oats.
ILIOL'S districts of tho Wt-st and
South there has, for a loiiij time, been
nmch needed an article 01 STOMACH
BITTERS, which, if taken m prop, i
tuantilies, nud at the proper time, ne
a sure preventive tf Bilious 1-Vi. i.
- vnt Lois.
i the Corporate
hundred and Fifty ,
Vacant Town Lota
Fever and Ague, Liver Complmu'. !'
pepsin, Indigestion, Juuudice, Ki.im-v
Complaint, and all diseases of r-iin.l.n
nature; anJ are better as a preventive
for bilious derangement, reulmiii;;
Is SiMeeu Aci'esof unimprovel Land in the Corporation of
Fast Knoxville. known as f lint Hill, where formerly stood
th- residence of Jude White. There is a fiue spring upou it
with the exclusive right to it. It fronts about l,iHfeet upon
t!i- riM-r, and i. half mile from the court honse.
'D strengthening the sWeni, :m i
icg tone to the digestive orjMii?, than
any other known remedy. "Now that
the war is over, there will be thousand
seeking homes in the South. No per
son who values his lilc slioul J go there
lrom th. court house
;ni Aciei of uuiiuproved Land, less thau a milo
ami a part of which 19 in tbe Corpo-
without liaiu, eonstauliy at hand tin;
BITTEEtf, as a safcguard ng;iin.st pi
demic and malmlies engendered by mi
asma and polluted water. Travelers
and alt residents of the rank river-bottom
OL'MIEa of tho We-i mid .oiuM. :i:i i
the valley of tho Mississippi an I tt.i
nbutaries, should provide tlieiiisohes
with the BITTERS. There is piob.il.Iy
no one disease with which ninnkind :u
arBictcd which is the source of ro lunnv
One Tiact oi Land el Eighty -four Acres, south of Ihe river,
and half milo from the court house, and fronting upou th
river about ,) feet, f.rj rkh, bi't h-llj. There is line ml
marble tiio!i this land.
1 iug uiioii the
two miles east from Kuoxville.
Marble l.i.nd, kuowu as the Sligo Marble laud.
East T" n iii-see aud Virginia Railroad, and
CENTRAL CLAIM AGENCY,
MATTHEW NELSON, M.D.BEAEDEN &00.,
EAS BEEN ESTaVBLISHED BY WELL
know n resident citizens of Knoxville, for the purpose of
making out, prosecuting aud collecting all just accounts,
claims and vouchers of officers, soldiers, citizeus. widows aud
orphans against the United Status Government, such as 0.uar
termaster and Commissary accounts, w hether receipted for or
not, if taken or destroyed by the United States forces, e. g.
wheat, corn, oats, hay, timber, fences, houses, Ac, back-pay,
t-nimtie. and pensions will all be attended to promptly.
Rr.t'EKENCEi. Irt-n. Joseph A.Cooper, lol.l..l .noua. vol. ju.
L. Patterson, Col. J. T. Shelly, Col. Joseph I'arsous, Col.
Reeve, Hon. Horace Maynard, licv. W. U. Brow nlow, aud
Cowan & Dickiuseu.
Office Gay Street, 3 doors South of Maiu. Addruss Central
Claim Ageucv, Box 131, Knoxville, Teuu.
MATTEW NELSON, President,
M. D. BEARDEN, Disbursing Officer.
scpotf A. B. TADLOCK.M.JD., Pension Surgeon.
THE CHEAPEST LAMPS
, .. i ii.. i 'r
ever onorcu lor baic m jjat Aciiiicoencv;.
xlmenis as d spepsia, or its it is more
commonly called sour Stomach, an
there is no more certain remedy than
Koback s btouiaon Bitters, lhey aie
never known to fail.
COLLEGE FOB YOUNG LADIES,
1K.I TEltBVR Y, COSXECTICIT.
THE SEW BUILDING IS ENTIRELY
completed, having all the modern improvements of, Steam
Heat, Ventilation, Hot and Cold Baths, Gymnasium, etc.
The school embraces three distinct departments with a reg
ular course of study iueach.
The Faculty consists of nineteen teachers aud professors.
RtFEni NcKS. Rev. T. W . Humes, and Jas. C. Moses,
june!3-3m Kev. K. G. WILLIAMS, Principal.
INU CUOLEKA h.. :u.i! i-c.:i
much dreaded by the pul.-li.-, mi i
people liaTO resorted to ail inui.m r
of medicines to arrest tho progress,
but with little success. A siiro wire
and preventive is to be found m lie-
A .ine .vi
'1 he w lioi
mii from Kni villi
and Tiu Acres of
or any vt
at ffr i-rir-.
1. oil t
use of IV. KOHACK'sJ H ANDINA
VIAN REMEDIES. Keep the Umels
open with the Pills, and iuvigorate the
svstcin by free use of the Stomach
Hitters, or, if tho blood bo thiu, nso tho
THE BEST LAMPS
ever offered for sale in East leiinesHee.
SUCH "ail invaluable remedy should be
kept m eery family. Keep the system
in full vigor and noihiug is to bo feared
from disease or cholera. THE oI.li
RELIAHLK. Do not bo deceived by
purchasing any of the quack nostrum
the above property is ottered at
Jo. A. MABRY.
SALE. 400 LI UNDlifEriujRES
the Tennessee River, at the Mouth of Piney River.
Nearly all is first class river bottom land, level and very pro
ductive. Ottered at ,i" one-half what it has been sold
for. It is new laud, part of it still in timber.
s-pt .tl , MI NSON A SEVMlll R.
SALE. So.iJUO ACRES OF UNLM-
OVED LANDS indifferent parts of Ea,t Tennessee,
containing immense mineral wealth. Well adapted to stock
grauiug, w ith some splendid sites farm., and water power. .
Also, some of t no land aro well suited to settle colouu-. o.
Emigrants. I'urtv vUui rtpr;liu-j ererjr kind uj land ia .'.--
TVKr, will . trv.A,tlti t'M't 'rrtitt'iomty oicen. lt 'drrsW v.-
ivlUn-rc-. Ml NSON A SEVMOL'B,
U. al Estate Brokers,
s- pt -tf Knoxville, Tena.
i; Oil S A L K.- J M PROVED LA1NDS LN
A ill all part- I IU
all kinds of pur. !ia-
-L i nu
1 i5aw Her Bct a Miimjvt.
-diuo crinoline on tlie day vrhen we first met
-h A.'ti'Idftd like r fchootjor, with a cloud of c
As fhe s-wopt along the ravemr-r.i- rL-;.h o-n.n.l.-nr
lit to kill, 1 saw hrr but a moment. vt mnttiints T I the eternal GoJ. I would execute them. Andrew
see ter still. , I Johnson iu the L'nlied States Senate, March 22, 1861.
The wind was on & liender. and as a witch, it ! I believe we must leave tho killing out when all
played the very dicken with the dust, dimity and ! U done. Robert Starveling, the Tailor, IFidsitmmer
fich. The gaiters were delicious which her feet I yiahfs Dream.
nere made to fill I saw her but a moment, yet me-1 It is my opinion, a certain notorious reprcsenta
, VinkB I see her etiil. tive of our crait is but a so-so journeyman ; after
. "be scooted round tho corner, and streaming out running well for a time, he is taking long back
, y. d, her crinoline and cnlico were romping in the 1 stitches, lie is trvine to mend our national breeches
ISUL.1. . frsr-.l Sham n nWn ,.-,,l,i t, 1 i? ..- r-
:n(j . " pi"eu "uum aie wiin snoauy. tie 15 puiiiur new pocKeis tutu nut
1 afTed -'lcc ULT tain a haw uer uut a moment, yet national coat-ot-nrms, for toreign insults, and paicnes
rnPihinks 1 tee hcr tlllL ' ,ts r&ad bulioUholes with Confederate gray.
T shut 1 XJ ves lrcmenJus for 1 didn't want to I suspect that he is poing into the old clothes bus
1 ,. tr M prottv anklts when it wasn't meant ! iness this sami Vr. Mmm. Ho h na nnnncrprl nut
" . ",,ri;i T lose mv sense. I am sure I I his
j 1 ;
I eee ber still
old honorable record, und is no longer a credit
lor me , ut a nl0lnen yet methinks 1 to our cloth. In undertaking to fit theerand mantle
never wm 1 1 nf ti, - j.. ,.v:?j::.....
of the great President to his diminutive proportions,
HOWELL, GAXO & CO.,
Wholesale Hardware Merchants,
138 Walnut Sheet,
TUEN-TABLE APPLE PAEERS.
Th sc are the bttt JIachiart iKiidrvr jmriiio J'j.ics.
We also call atttutiuu to our stuck vt
CUTLERY AND GrUIMs.
HOWELL, GASl) A CO.,
13S Walnut Street,
BOUNTY ! BOUNTY !
rpHE LAW GIVING ADDITIONAL
Bounty to Soldiers who served their term of enlistmt'Ul,
aud to the Widows of Soldiers who died in the army, if no
m-idow nor children, to the parents, has passed, and we are
Drenared to adjust all such claims, aud haxinft the anmher
n,l amount of the claim heretofore prosecnted hv ns. it will
be most convenient for the claimant to obtain his dues by
callinz on us. Onr office is at the old place, in tbe basement
story of the court house. Come immediately, as the sooner
you make out your claims the sooner you will gt th money
aur22-tf BCTLER A SMITH.
VALUABLE MILLS AND WATER POW
ER F0K SALE.
milK Trfnirrille Flour Mills. Saw Mill, and ;) acres of land.
I with a comfortable dwelling house on the bank of the
U.iUtnn Kiver. fifteen miles below Knoxville, in the town of
LouisTille, ia bow offered for sale. For further particular
apply to scp20tf hfcjMDY A BBO'S.
TF YOU HAVE TETTER, SCALY
I Frnntious. Pimples or Blotrhes on the face, I'lcers Run
iin Snraa. or anr disr-am ariiinc from an impure state of the
iikKKl.ro to Pa. JAMES ROIH3ERS, aaxt t bottle of
Gregg's Constitutional List Sjrup. fcbSStf
BROOKLYN HEIGHTS SEMINARY,
88 StoSTAOVE STBEET, BH00KLYX.
mUlS INSTITUTION FOR THE ED-
1 VC.VTIOX of young ladies has been in successful opera-
inn for the lat hftei-n vears.
XUOrOllgll lIlSirULllOU IK gltl-U IU mil IliD UIUllll-0 OI B BWUU
ml nolihcd education. A iileaant home is furnished in the
family of the Principal, whose special attention is given to the
social cultivation and improvement of his pupils.
The Academic i ear will commence mo I7tu 01 September
m'Tt- For nartn-ular information, relereuce can bo made to
Messrs. Georse W. Mabry and James H. Cowan, patrons of
the Seminary : also to Col. O. P. Temple, all of Knoxville.
iylstf uuiaLM u. v is 1 , frincipai.
under the various Uiiint of Buters.
Purchase none other but I'r. UuB.U'K'd
STOMACH BITTERS, whi.;h are cotii
pouudtJ of the purest dni, an.l in
which the afrkcted can rely.
IDS OR PROPOSALS FOR THE
building of a new jail in Knoxville, Tennessee, will be
received by the undersigned,coinmisiom-rs. until the -5th day
of August, ISiio. Oaia jail is 10 re ouui 01 stone.
particulars apply to the undcrsigueu.
DAVID V. DkARMONP,
1JROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED
J- at the office of the Knoxville and Kentucky Railroad
Comranv until the i'jth inst., tor the construction of the Tres
tle work required on their line between Copper KiJie and
Clinton, vu: 400 (four hundred) feet, (twenty-eiuht) feet
high at Copper Kidge, 4UO(.iouriiuuureu) leet,: is (twenty -eight)
feet high, at Jordan's Branch; four hundred feet, twenty feet
hih. at Clinch River. The timber to be White Oak. the Tres
tle to be on tbe plan of that at Knob Fork, six miles north of
Knoxville. The worx to oe coinpieieu Dy October 1st, on tne
first two sections and by November 1st, 18i, on the last de
scribed. ADRIAN TERRY.
julyltf Chief Engineer, K. and K. Railroad Company.
AMPS lrom .W couth to ?30.
PRrNOB, WALTON & COMPANY,
(Successors to C. W. Eotack,)
Ko. 36, 88, 90 and 62 iasf Ihirtl ISlrrrt,
Are Sold by al! Druggists and
Dealers in Patent Medicines
OST elegant kinds of
Lamps, lor Hull, &c.
P. DICKINSON & CO.
XT AVE IX STORE AND FOR SALE
JL J- a large stock of
Carpeting, Ttng'H, .See.,
Velvet, Brussels, 3 ply, Ingrain and Uemp, Cocoa Mattings, I
Canton Mattings. ux'B vloths, trom 3 to If feet wide.
A large assortment al ways on band.
CLOTHING, HATS, BOOTS AND SHOES.
Of all kinds, Bilks. Alpacas, French Merinos, Traveling Dress
Goods, Flannels, Linseys, licmng, c.
TRlTIVItS AND VALISES.
New Goods reeeived every week, at the old Stand of Cowan
A Dickinaon, Corner or Alain andtiay Maeets.
septl2-3m T. DICKINSON A CO.
RLOR Lamps, Kerosene Oil
TOP and examine the immense Block
now on hand and for sale by
E. J. SANFORD A CO.
rpHIS WELL KXOW2 HOTEL.
A Knoxville, Tennessee, is again open to the public,
CAPT. JAMES BELL PB.0PRLET0R,
(Formerly Proprietor of the B-!I llou-se.l
The Lamar Ilouse has been refitted m tbbet popsil.ienr.iu
ner the entire house beins newly painted aud papered, aud
such improvements made as were required to make it a
PIBST CLASS HOTEL.
The oftioe department is under tbe charge of 1. C X.
SCOTT, bite of Atlanta, whose experience iu entertaining the
public will enable him to please the most fastidious.
ME. OSCAR BELL,
As the General Superintendent, will do all in In- poui-r to en
hance the comforts of the "gn-sts. 1
aufrtf CAPT. JAS. BKLL, Proprietor
w. R. lILLARtl.
W. H. LILLARD & CO.,
Wholesale and lief ail Grocers,
CLOVER, TIMOTHY, ORCHARD,
BLUE AND HUNGARIAN
CHOICE FAMILY SI PPLIES constantly on hand.
West side Gay Street, between Cumberland and Church,
t fi-mi. prici s ami location I i .nit
Address or rail on
-UUSfeMS A SEYM 01 ft.
L'OR SALK. 2.0UO ACRES OF FINE
' Kariuiiig Land, in S-ott lounty, 12 miles from ll'int-
ilh-, i" A.-i- uu'h 1 nltivation. i'-U Acres ofCreek b-. !.
laud which produ- ri-markably well. A trrove of Ji rir
Maple tn-tt, near the house. Bill limbsrai and well al-M.
A luiijtuiticeiit stock larm. 'n the louto of the propo-i r.as
T-uio--e aid Kt-iitm ky lailroad.
sei,t.,n 3IUNS0N 4 SEYMOl'U.
I.Oll SALE 1.
A" I'K.U'iN . . untv, I 11
H( ACRES IN
mil- " lr.iiu Clinch Kier. A -.iiicu-
ilid tUntati-ii v.ry h oil. -Ji' Ai-r-i now undercultiva -
tion. S.. V- H livii-- s 11I1 out-building. A Church, s-th-
II"iiv, Dort-T iiffscv and a Hl.n kiuiitti hmt on tb lav J-
Ho.t mice ou the farm. Will N. .,ld for ilo.iW, and ts trry
de:iajle pruit rtv would make half-a-dozeu ?ood farm.
septjii ML'SON 4 tsEYMOLK.
rAjRSALE. A MAGNIFICENT FAli31
A of l.ooii Acres, on the Hol.ton Biver, Ave mile from tb-
railroad. " Acres of Kiv-r bottom, and Acrasof the vers
beet upland now under cultivation. Thp.-e romfortahla ho-se-,
aith all uut-lmildiiigs. Very hue timber, which can b
rafted to Kuoxtilli- at a very small expense.
This propTty ill be divided to suit pnrchaaera, and afford
a rare opportunity for investment. I'rico ! per Acre.
st-pOti .Ml'SSOS SEYMOUR. .
1?OH SALE. l'J." ACRES, FocB.Mii.fci
from Kn".il!e. liolliug laud, with a rich soil. A
good l.rit-t .Mill. A young Vineyard. 6a Acre under gveii
fence. Price S:),"11.
scptatf MIXS0N 4 SEYMOUR. '
IMPORTANT SALE AND HIGHLY IN
TERESTING TO IMMIGRANTS.
TN PURSUANCE OF THE PRO VIS-
A. K'NS of a dd of Trust execute ! to ai 00 the iff U day of
Ilecemler, lM.il, by W illiam II. ordaa aud Stusau Airdon hh
wit-, and by Ihe request of the Administrator, with tho Will
aunexed of K. W. .Maciiavock. di-ci asd, I shall olttrr for sah
at public auction to the highest Lidder for ca?h in t4.l
Com, at the lUiiiroad IK-pot, in the town of Bristol, Sul
livan eonnry, Tennessee, ou Saturday, the Mb. of (Xtober,
1H), a tract of land lying in said counly of Sullivau, and
State ;P Tennessee, on Baver aud Cedar Creeks, aud know a,
as th-Joi.liong Iron Works place, lieiug the 'saute land
bought by the e.udWiu. II. Gordou and R. W.MacGavock. oai
the ljth of September, 17, under a decree f the Coajtcarr
Conrt at Jun-slK.ro'. The said property consisting or t tot
Acres, more or less, and includes the Crocket Ore Banks. Thia
tract of land is one of the tinest in the county, is well timber
e l and aatered. aud ofi-ri great inducements to Immigrant.
The 'aid tract uf Und will be sold without redemption be
tween the hours of 10 A. M., and 4 I. M.. and the purchase
money will to payable in Gold or Silver Coin, at the time of
A plan cf the l.iud wiil be exhibited ou theday of Sale be
ing the same made and used at the Chancery sale, to said Gor
dou aud Macloivock.
anii-it EDWARD C. F. HCGIIE3, Trustee.
KNOXVILLE IEON WORKS.
CHAMBERLAIN, RICHARDS &
I AN UFACTURERS OF ALL
For Railroads, Blacksmiths, and Machine!.
W'ayon Tire, small and large. Uonnd and Merchant Irwii
P"nrally, always on hand.
Mill ou East tonne- and tleor.i.i Hailm', ,t of th.v