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DfOXVILLE, TEOT., WEMESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1866.
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THE OOXVILLE WHIG
Knoxvilic, Tenn., Sept. 26, 1866.
From the Nashville Press and Time. "
Philadelphia, September 14, 1806.
1 Knowing the intense anxiety of the loyal citizens
j of Tennessee, white and colored alike for both are
; in one boat, and under one flag to learn accurately
j and beyond doubt how the great contest between
j Unionism and Andrew Johnson ia point? nn in tha
'oHbscrtrtion win t received for a !" i"01 Jh" Fottr j North, I have hitherto kept silent, observed closelv
""4uircu uiugenuT, ina. x migm answer truly.
For all men know that the fate of the loyal people
of the South is bound up in the fate of the Repub
licans and of their immortal Congress. If they tri
umph; so do we ; if they fall, we perish irretrievabl v.
Thorefore I looked abroad over the Northern States
with a solicitude and seriousness which I have not
felt since the news of the firing on Fort Sumter
startled the land. . I have scanned the field and will
now endeavor to speak dispassionately and record
what time will speedily confirm.
THE PHILADELPHIA DEMONSTRATION.
If the cold reception of the President in the
Quaker City, the closed windows and averted faces
or frowning looks of the people spoko a silent but
moti Bignmcani reDUKe to "the .Nero of New Or
leans." the welcome eiven here to tha T .rival
Convention, and esoociallv to Gov. B rnwnlr.m and
the Tennessee delegation, was equally indicative of
me projouna sympawy ot tne people for the "Fire
tried Unionists of the South." Never did Philadel
phia see such an ovation before. Along the dense
iuuk vi ouzens wno Diocuea tne streets lor miles,
cheer after cheer for Brownlow and the Tennessee
delegates " went up until the ear was deafened with
the thundering repetition. The Terinestee Legisla
ture! The Rati&caiion of the Constitutional
Amendment! The triumph of BrownUno over An-
arete jonnnon ana Aw bolters I These were the in
spiring watchwords of the grand outpouring of the
people. No wonder the man who wears the mantio
of Abraham Lincoln by virtue of Booth's bullet,
turned pale with rage and clenched his hands in in
effectual frenzy as the shout from Philadelphia over
took him at Detroit, Cleveland and St. Louis. The
people are indeed aroused as they never were before,
and Andrew Johnson will hear mu? ic still more dis
mal ringing in his ears. The destinies are against
mm uiu ins uoora is seaieu. as tor 1 mladelphia,
God bless her! what shall I say worthy of her su-
tmme patriotism and princely hospitality! She
welcomed the huniblost of us all with open arms,
and pressed us to her bosom until we felt the mighty
pulsations of her heart impart new life, hope and
resolution to our own. jShe breathed new life into
us, ana strcngtnened our arms for fresh conflicts and
greater victories. At times the procession was
forced to come to a halt, so dense was the nrnssnrA
upon it, and so eager were the people to shake the
uauu oi mo neroic leaaer ol tne Tennessee Union
ists. For once, at least. Philadelphia fnrt h
owunjijr yrupneiy ana gave vent to Her emotions
without the semblance of restraint. Ladies waved
their handkerchiefs from the windows, and tears
uoweu irceiy aown tne ctoeeks of hundreds. Ah it
was a sublime spectacle, that EDontaneous welcom
ing of the persecuted loyalists of the South, who
uium up w ua we i.onn wr neip ana protec
tion 8gainst Andrew Johnson's assassins, the blood
hounds of New Orleans and Memphis. Tho indict
ment pronounced by that Convention will be thn
death warrant of the President. There is a power
in its unvarnished truth from which no sophistry
can shield him. 1 need hardly say that its reading
luicutf ticitemeni in tne tjouvenuon, which
ratified it by acclamation. That the nation will af
firm the indictment and sustain it in its creat hich
court no one can doubt who has watched the popu
lar current as I have done in this latitude. That
current is as strong as the advancing tide of ocean,
and it knows no retirine ebb. The Dractieal resnlts
of "my policy" at Memphis and New Orleans,
where tho victims of Presidential treachery and
rebel revenee exceed in numbers the TafTfirlomoninna
slain at Thermopylae, have filled all classes at the
.ortn with an indignation terrible to behold. The
humDiest classes understand Andrew Johnson thor.
oughly, and detest his devilish purposes.
The Great Female Reiuedy
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They mojsrate all excess, and remove all obstructions.
They invigorate the debilitated and delicate ; and assist na
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tflr In .
A Scorcher Resignation of an Indi
ana omce-noiaerms Letter to A
Stockwell, lnd., August 13, 1866.
Tm itut Vicsldcnt of the United States.
Honored Sir: Commissioned as Collector of In
ternal Revenue for tho Eighth District of Indiana.
ou the 1 7th dy of Auguet, 18fe2, ('to serve during
the pleasure ol the President, ) by Abraham Lin
coln, your martyred predecessor, 1 have endeavored
faithfully to discharge the duties of the office until
the present time. I had, from the time of your
memorable ana maiuy utterances in the United
Mates benate, and as Military Governor of Tennes
see, against treason and traitors, learned to respect
ana esteem you. 1 heartily united with the loyal
and liberty-loving people to do what I could to
place you in the second highest position within the
sm ol a great nation. And when the hand of the
assassin contingently elevated you to your present
ovaltjvl nre;tiin tVn A iMn.i..n MnAMlA ... . .
, . " v uuioia.u jwijic wore TV LJ II U w
regard you, with the new and fearful responsibilities
resting upon you, with a tenderness and devotion
amounting to little less than adoration. Judsrino-
of your future policy from the foreshadowing6 of
your ai ie annual message to the xhirty-ninth Con
gress, I regarded myself (however humble) as one
oi your sincere irienas ana earnest eupporters. 1
looked upon you as the visible head. and standard.
bearer of the great Union party, which, under God,
cad so lar saved the country from hopeless ruin. As
President of the United States, your official act
wnicn nrst startiea your trionds in Indiana, and
caused them to pause, was your veto of the Civil
xvigcts mu. as l read and re-read your annual
message, to my mind there was clearly traceable and
ably amplified in that document, every important
priunpie contained in the Uivu itignU iiill. Kelt
in tho category of this stultifying and stunning pro
cess, wm. your anomalous ana inexplicable course m
opposition to the finally mild and conservative ac
tion of Congress, precedent to the admission of rep
resentatives from States lately in armed rebellion
against the Government. Did it occur to you in
the inoipiency of your opposition, that in that action
of Congress every member of the most numerous
branch of that body who voted to elevate you to the
Vice Presidency in 1864, also voted for the late pro
posed amendments to the Federal Constitution ?
Had you, as your friends in and out of Congress had
a right to expect, given your 6auction and official
indorsement to these measures, you would have done
much to quell the fears and inspire the hopes of
every patriot throughout the land. This much your
friends felt you owed, both to tho memories of the
heroic dead and to the interests, present and future,
of a dislractod country.
But, sir, your crowning act, "(I will not say of per
fidy,) which has resulted in severing the last link of
political friendship which bound many a loyal heart
to you, was your official interference with the mili
tary, Vhereby it was unable to prevent, and your
jpn-intervcntion .with the traitorous (pardoned)
Major aim roCOlhoraO Oi ua v-i,v ui io uuaui
to allow the late bloody and fearful riot, disgraceful
alike to the city and the nation. Indiscriminately,
in that terrible tragedy, Union veterans, loyal citi
zens and christian missionaries were beaten, stabbed,
shot down and murdered out-right. Among the
maltreated was the learned and accomplished Henry
G. Jackson, of Indiana, a graduato of Asbury Uni
vcrity, a inodcl man, sent by tho authorities of the
Methodist Episcopal Church to preach the Gospel
in the city of New Orleans. He was first knocked
down and shamefully beaten, then shot through the
body, the ball passing through both lungs, and others,
doubtless as inoffensive as he, fell victims to violence
on that dreadful day. By whose hands was this
foul and fearful work accomplished? I answer not
by the loyal Uniou-loving men who elevated you to
power, and who followed the old flag through the
dark hours of war, but by those who, for four long
ears, were in armed rebellion against the Govern
ment, who still hate it in their hearts, and who once
hated you with equal malignity, but who now, for
some reason, even amid the wild carnival of death,
excite forward the infuriated mob, by shouting, "the
President is on our side !'' Tho blood of our broth
ers cries from the ground.'' "Who shall say that
condign punishment shall not be meted out speedily
to tho guilty, that ethers may fear ?
Since now, by comparing your late acta and pres
ent status with your former repealed declarations, I
have lost all hope iu the future of your administra
tion : and yet, with the highest respect for your of
ficial position, and with earnest prayer that the na
tion's God may prevent you from wrong-doing,
K'uide and uphold you in all well-doing; and believ
ing it to be your wish, as it certainly n your privil
ege, li award to your friends the patronage at your
command, I hereby respectfully tender you my res
ignation. Wry roi'ci tfuHy, your obedient servant,
Johx L. Smiiii.
SHEET AIUSIC, .
Gay Street,' (opposite the Lamar Housed
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Althouirh the Convention wiselv claced itaalf on
the amendments, yet the feelin2 in favor of colored
6uflrage was powerful, and tho manifestations in its
favor made by the delegates have exercised a magic
influence on the minda of multitudes here. Negro
suffrage is many thousands of votes stronger in the
JN orth to-day than it was two weeks ago. Its pro?
ress is truly astoniehme. Three of the Tennessee
delegates, all colored suffrage advocates, were cass-
ing along the street, when the rjroDrietor of one of !
the leading wholesale dry goods houses walked out
lo mem, wun notn Bands extended, and srected
tnem nearuiy, exclaiming : " Welcome, Tennessee !
I was in favor of all you wanted at first, except ne-
"--o-i J t ia zvu.vb that
sUggered me a little ; but I see you are for it, and '
I am going to sustain you." This merchant spoke
iuu ietjuugs oi muiuiuaes oi jNortnern men.
THE GOVERNOR'S COS S ULTATIOX.
2s othins is more certain than this, that if tha Vra.
ident should be besotted enough to aid the rebels in
overthrowing the present State Government in Ten
nessee, there will be an uprising of the people of the
North, compared to which that of 1S61 was child's
piay. i ne iS orth will crush him as a giant would
an egg thelL Johnson may dole out his maudlin
drivel about "twenty-five States and thirty-six
States," and poor Seward may ask the astoniahnd
crowd, Will you have Andrew Johnson President
or Jving ? and American patience will endure it
yei a nine longer. But the moment he lays hands
upon Tennessee, ho is a dead man. The Governors
of the North are a solid phalanx against that at
tempt, and expressed their purpose deliberatnlr in
their consultation in this place, during the sitting of
ine convention. . Uongress has the control of sup
plies, ana tne army will go with the people. So
that First Personal Pronoun who fills the Presiden
tial chair will have a task of no usual magnitude if
ne snail attempt to "swing around the circle " and
nang Governor Brownlow and Thad. Stevens. It
would be a worse effort than that of Jefl'erson Davis.
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PENNSYLVANIA AND NEW YORK ELECTIONS.
Speculations in regard to coming elections are
generally very unreliable and uncertain, but the
present case :s an exception. No doubt is felt by
any intelligent Republican as to tho result in Penn
sylvania, ihe best informed assert that we shall
gain from three to four Congressmen. While all
say that Geary s majority will be absolutely appal
ling to Johnson and his rebel faction. Ono signifi
cant sign is that betting men find it impossible to
goi dcis irom ineuemocrats. Ueary s majority will
uaruiy e unucr jvyuu, and no one need be surpris
ed if it should run up to 80,000. I mean that the
current is so strong-in his favor, and tha decp.nl
XII aa invulixabio ie:niv should lie
kept in every dimly, kei-n the svslem
n full vi nor and nothing is to be feared
from disease or cholera. THE OLD
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purchasing any of the riunck nostrums
Mr. Johnson, in his reply to
riiilailuiphia Convention, desciibes Congress as ' a
body hanging upon the verge of the Government "
words unmistakably insulting to the American
pcoj'lo whom Congress represents. If the Senators
and Representatives of New York, Pennsylvania.
Sw England, the iliddlo States, and the West,
constitute a body banging on the verge of the Gov
ernment, the President, who is but ono man, must
bang outside of it.
This insult to the people ha been frequently re
peated by Mr. Johnson, and is caused by the asser
tion of their right to determine the reconstruction
of the Union by legislation, ia opposition to Mr.
Johnson s chum to settle all questions by Executive
action. Morally, this is a question as to who trulv
the address of the i Dem?ira,f are ? '"Ptcly disgusted with John-
kvu a uii;j;uaruiouj, crcauuiy, egotism ana senseless
iterations, mat the large class which seek to go with
the strong side, are now shouting for Geary and
. .r. : : , 1 1 - . w
marking ju jvcpuDiican processions, xne ev
York II erald, so strongly Johnsonian a few weeks
ago, now gives up the contest and says that ihe 30,-
vuu majority m jiaine against tno president is only
the harbinger of like results in all the coming North
ern elections, of New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio,
Indiana and Illinois. The Johnson organs proper
are absolutely struck dumb with amazement, and
poor Johnson's speeches smell moro strongly of
w uiiKy ma ever, xi was an unlucky day lor mm
when Brownlow, as the Nemesis of Southern loval-
ty, unsheathed his sword and pressed hotly upon the
under the various names of Bitters.
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represent, the people, the Senators and Represent j t0fttJt
tives of 27 States, or the one man, who has become
President by an accident.
Congress, unquestionably, far more thoroughly
I had the pleasure of meetintr with lion, liobert
Dale Owen the other day. lie says that the upris
ing of the neonlfl Rfainfit .Tnhnsnn ia norfaMlv mtnn.
I ij 1 1 o w v..m. uwwv..-
J6hmg. and that Johnson will be the most complete-
... u.j:.- .1... : j e
iniimat.. r.,uiinn. ;,h f tha fmM ! l7 deserted man who ever held tho Presidency. He
" waa.vu " FVVF,WI ava wuv a-uvv i rt v i L-n. 1 tli ai La haaJ.J . . r-T A . M
that it renrescnts all tho shades of oninion in everv . puinsnment more ter-
.. . " . ... l- . ' J riniftinan nisnwn rodrx'tinnj
district of every loyal State. The business of the
Prciident is to execute the laws, and not to make
them. In this matter of reconstruction, he is, not
only morally, but legally, bound to carry out the
decision of 'Congress.
In the oft quoted case of Luther against Borden,
(7 How., U. S. Rep. p. 1,) which arose out of the
' Dorr war " in Khode Island, it was held by the
Court i page 12) that, under the fourth section of the
Constitution, the United States should guarantee to
every State a republican form of government, &c
' it rests with Congress to decide what government j LLTTLK
is the established one in the State, i'or as the Uni- i
ted States guarantees to each. Slate a republican
I say, then, courage, white or colored loyalists of
mo ouuui I mo niiiiou win aeiiver you gloriously.
The heart of tho people beat warmly for you. In
the conflict between Congress and Andrew Johnson,
the impersonation of Assassination and Massacre
will be utterly crushed to the earth.
S. C. M.
Views of Vice President Hamlin.
form of government, Congress must necessarily de- i , """"i.pvemucr &. I. he Hon. lianmDal mn
. ;.! wb-it government is established before it can ! "n. i fi-fime, who was Vice President during the
o . . ... ... . : . nrst Aoministratinn .
determine whether it is republican or not. And
when the Scuator and Representatives are admit
ted into the councils of the Union, the authority of
the Government under which they are appointed, as
well as the republican character, is recognised by
the proper constitutional autnority, ana its uectsiou
is binding on every other department of the Gov
ernment, and could not be questioned in a judicial
This deutk n embodies the long established popu
lar and judicial opinion of the jurisdiction of Con
gress, and it suggests that Mr. 'Johnson, who talks
so much about "the Constitution, would do well to
read it. X. 1. Tribune.
The IWiitile Convention at Philadelphia will
hereafter be known as the Dldllttle Convention.
"Well, it was rather a small job to kill the Radical
party, but it did that little most effectually Ku
As the 5,000 Radical gain in Vermont and the
0,000 Radical gain in Maine fully prove, Eh'
Frankfort, (Ky.) Yocman.
We agree fully with a Democratic journal that
Andrew Johnson " Knows no North, bo East, no
West" but he has a warm regard for the rebels of
first Administration of President Lincoln, and was
subsequently appointed Collector of Customs at
uoston Dy president Linwln, to-day tenders his
resignation to President Johnson, in a letter dated
Auguat 28th, in which he says :
" I do not fail to observe tha movements and ef
forts which have been made and are now being made
to organise a party in the country, consisting'almost
exclusively of those engaged in the late rebellion,
and their allies, who sought by other means to crip
ple and embarrass the Government These classes
of persons, with a small faction of others, constitute
the organization. It proposes to overthrow the
Union Republican party, and to restore to power,
without sufficient guaranties for the future, and pro
tection to men who have been loyal, those who
sought to destroy the Government, "i gave all the
influence I possessed to create and nphoidthe Union
Republican party during the war, without the aid of
which our Government would have been destroyed
and the rebellion a success. With such a party as
has been iuaugurated, and for such purposes, I have
no sympathy, nor can I acquiesce in its measures by
my silence. I therefore tender to you my resigna
tion of the office of Collector of Customs for the
District of Boston and Charlestown, to take effect
from the time when a successor shall be appointed
Worlds fob Obliviojt. The New York Inde
pendent says : " Let Andrew Johnson count him
self fortunate if he shall succeed in being for
CHANCERY COURT DANDEIDGE.
PSTITIOS TO BE MADE PARTIES.
Hannah A. HcBee s. Adam H. McBe and J. P. Mathis. rt
al. ts. Adam II. Mi R,'.
T APPEAEING TO THE SATISFAC-
TIOS of the Clerk and Master from tho return of tha
Sheriff upon the subncna to answer in the ram nfthn imt m.m
of J. P. Mathis. ct al. vs. Adam H. McBw. that resDondeut
McBee is a non-resident of the State of Tennessee, so that
the ordinary process of law cannot be served norm him : It ia
therefore ordered by tha Clerk and blaster, at his September
Rules, 1W6, that publication be made for four successive
weeks in Browulow's Whig, notifying said respondent to
arpear before the Chancellor, at a Chancery Court to be held at
the court house in Pandridgo, on the lirst Monday after the
iourth Monday of October neit, then and there to plead,
answer, demur, or otherwise make defense or the bill will be
taken for confessed and the cause set down for hearing e
parte. A copy of the order.
ecpt. is, iswi. Pf5 W 31. GALBKAITH, C. Jt M.
CIRCUIT COURT JACKSB0R0'.
CONSEX3ATI0X OF LAND.
John I. Keener tb. Davis H:itftM ami mi,, r.
THE DEATH OF THE Defendant,
-a- Davis Hatfield, havinz been surzuiited in nun ranri .,.,
Sdreiacias baring been served on all the defendant , excepting
Calvin Hatfield and Elizabeth Brvjnt : It is ordered that nnh.
lication by made in tha Knozville Whig, notifying the said
Calvin Hatfield aud Elizabeth Bryant, to appear at the next
icrm oi xue iircuu ioun, 10 oe nem tort He county of Camp
bell, at tho court nous in Jackoboru', on the third Monday
of December next, and show cause, if any, why said land shall
nut tie conaemuea.
T. J. TiV,ER
Sept. 19. 1S56
BIDS OR PKOPOSALS FOli THE
building of a new jail in Kcoxville, Tenneaee, will be
Deceived by the undernigned.rommUsioners, until the iithday
of August, 1866. Sai jail is to bebuilt of stune. For further
particulars apply to the undersigned.
DAVID F. PfARMOXD,
M. D. BEABDEN,
aug a-tf jjjj Commissioners.
pEOPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED
X. at the office of the KnoxvUle and Kentucky Railroad
Company until the irth last., for the construction of the Trea
tle work required on their line between Copper Bide and
Clinton via tO0 (four hundred) feet, 2S (twinVy Jirtf) feet
high at Copper Ridge, 400 (four hundred) feet, 28 (twenty-eight)
feet high, at Jordan s Branch; four hundred foot, twenty feet
high, at Clinch River. The timber to be White Oak the Tres
tle to be on the plan of that at Knob Fork, six miles north of
Knoxvilic. The work to be completed by October 1st on the
first two sections and ty Xovember 1st. IStW, on the last de
scribed. ADRIAN TERRY,
JuJvlStf Oi-f Eniritwr. K.ned K. Railroad CompunT
IF YOU HAVE TETTER, SCALY
Eruptions, Pimples or Blotches on the faco, tlcer Bnn
ninjt 9orea, or any disease ariaing from an impure state of the
blood, go to Da. JAMES BODGE Bd, ad cat a bottle of
Gregg's Constitutional Lift Syrup. b28tf
M. Pi." C H APTN
Mhul?ale aod Retail Dealer is
Standard and Miscellaneous School Books,
F0K COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS,
uajn a UJrrLY SCHOOLS AND
J- COLLEGES with BOOKS xf .n w.n.. .
f l i afcomranit1 fc7 h cash promptly attended to.
- uvnici all
STATIONERY, PEN!, :
SLATES AND PENCILS,
In fact everj thing iu the BOOK aud STATIONERY line.
m. p. rmpiv
WITH DESKS AND SEATS, LOCK-
, ,k .i . . 'r.egiw, to. ; ooject-teaching apparatus,
with the latest imnroTmnt . c . ,j
Schools, and everything wantid for any school. For detaila,
.Va .nn;uKi.-i, LIDflTI IsHrmH Irt lfpnll
AMERICAN SCHOOL APPARATUS rft .
pri-lj Ko. 21 John street, 'ew York
CUNDAY SCHOOL BOOKS
American Sunday Schoo
Gay Street, Knoxville, Tenn,
k7 American b'undav School TiiIob. for
Street, Knox fill. Trtin. Tkika rr nf i rhii.iv.n
To be Opened the 1st of June,
BLOUNT COUXTY,EAST TEXXESSEE.
C. FLANDERS & CO., HAVING
repaired and refurnished with aew furnitnr. tc thn
WiM open the same on the lat ef June next, for tha r-nrlnn
of visitors, and would resoectfallT ncommsad it to it. fr.r,.r.
and all others in search of health, eonfort aad pleasure.
Kiiiurn-, iti' iimi ana rrr uil a Jre in a ana nmiition
ertics and the benefits derived front their use, are too well
Known to require recApitsdatkm here.
famines can De aoconuaooated wttb Gothic Cottages that
surround the Lawn.
The scenery ia romante and varied, such as must riitMMpaa a
powerful cham for tae most refined admirer of tha hs.ntifni
and grand in nature, and presents the strongest attraction o
both the iavalid and pleasure seeker.
ititomary amusements, such as
Dancing, Billiards, Bowling:, &c,
will be so conducted as not to be oblectionable to Hit imiil
quiet visitor. Regular daily mail coaches leave
iiug, and parties can secure special coiivcyauce
proprietors will make every effort to protect their
guests from exorbitant charges in every direction.
Our beds and bed d me are sew and first aimliiv
Our terms of board will be rerv reasonable, ami lllr.l .r.
rangementi will be made for fumilies wishing to spend the
For further particulars enquire of
J. Li. HI(i, Atlanta, tia..
or. J. C. FLAXnERS ri
iuij l'3tf . MontvaleSpriags, via Knoxville, Tenn.
A REGULARLY BRED PHYSICIAN,
as his Diploma which hanirs in his office, will ahow. has
made CArome Ditaa tkesMg of km life, and has a Union-wide
repnUtion, having been longer locntni 'in at. Lcait than any other
Chronic Disease Physician.
Much of his practice has been of a private nature. f-yphUit,
Gonorrhea, Gleet, StrktHre. all rriacj-a liinttum Simii7 nr yter.
atrial Affection$ of the Threat, frii'a. or Ftmet : Orchhw. Hernia, or
Bwpfnre ; also, the efTects of a Solitary Uabil, ruinous to Body
and Mind, producing blofrhen, debility, impotency, dizaitest, dim-
7" V ugw, coniiuica cj iau, evUJorebodmg, acertion to tocitty,
torn of memory, tceakntu,-tc. : not alt of these in any one case,
but all occurring frequently in various cases.
Accommodations amDle. chararn morlerato. rnr... i-nar.
anteed. Consultations by letter or at office, free. Most casea
can bo properly treated u-Uhoatan interrietc, and medicines secure
from observation, sent by mail or express. Xo hindrance to
business in most casea.
Address Box .1092, St. Loui, Mo.
Uours S A. M. tO 8 1'. M. fti, n.rnun.mlf I.-jl-J o
Xo. tii St. Charles etnet, between Sixth
j square iouth of Lindcll Ilvt-I. a retirrd spot in the. centre of
tontuilatioH room, and rooms for Oie awmiiiotUdion of wrh pa-
" rf " "
Cau gel, iu a scaled letter envelope, mv Theory. i-au'uiuiid
Trev.tmtnt of He cout, L rinary uml Sejrual bitcaKi, clearly deleneat-
myau meamaeea nnauiow, witn lull Symptom Lists, for two
three-cent postage stamps to prepay postage. Circular for
Ladies, relating to Di fates of Puberty, Mnutrualion ami Preg
.., 3c. apr4-ly
DANIEL T. BOYSTOJf,
pilYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Can be found at tho rwidenco of Gov. Brow alow when
not professionally absent. Orders ran be left at Chamber.
Iain's Drug Store. r9b 13tf.
J)R, FRANK A. RAMSEY,
(Late of Knoxville,)
No. 5 A da ins Street,
uttt" 7IE.TIPH1S. TEJi.V.
NASHVILLE AND CHATTAN006A R. R.
CHANGE OF TI.HE.
Ol'FICr Or GlLNEKAL ScPEBtrENDtT,
X. AD C. AM) N. AND X. W. BAILK0AIn.
Xashvaie, Tcnn., March 4th, lwie'.
ON aud after Tuesday, March 6, 18jti, and until further, no
tice, Passenger Train will run as follows :
Nashville and Chattanooga Line.
Leave Nashville for Chattanooga, and all points South at7:30
A.M. aud 3:30 P.M. ArriveatG'hattanoogaato:30r.s.and3:10A.
at., next day. Beturning, Leave Chaltanovga at 6:00 A. X.
and 8:i r. arrive at Nashville at i:V0 r. u. and 0:45 A. M.,
noxt day. a
All trains connect at Wartraoe for Shelbj ville.
Nashville and Northwestern Line.
Leave Nashville for Johnoonvillr, and all points Went and
Xorthweet, at fciO r. arrive at johnaonvUl at 9.39 r. a.
Beturning, leave Johnsonville 1:10 a. m., amve at Nash
ville at C:30 a.m.
Trains on X. and X. W. Railroads connect at JuhBSMiville
with first class line of Steamers for p'aducah, Cairo aad St.
Berths and meals free on Steamers connecting with X. aud
!i. W. BaUroad.
Passengers by this route save expense of sleeping car and
Iteals between X ash ville and Cairo.
T'.aina stop at all intermediate point".
WM. P. IXXES, Gen l Sup t
yristf X. A C. and K. A N. W. Raflroads.
CIECTUT C0UET KNOXVILLE.
Third Judicial Circuit, Knox Countjr, Tenn.,
Caroline B. Galbraith ts. George D. Bodgers and James M
TN THIS CAUSE IT APPEARING
JL that the defendant, Jas. H.Bodgers, U a non-resident of the
State of Tennessee, or so abscond! or conceals himself that
the ordinary process of law cannot be served upon him : It is
ordered by the court that publication be made for four successive
weeks in Brownlow 'a Whig, notifying said defendant to appear
at the next term of the Circuit Court of Knox county, to be
held at the court bouse in Knoxville, on the 2d Monday of
October next, then and there to plead, answer or demur to the
suit and demand of the plaintiff, or the same will be taken as
confoaaed and procoeded with ex parte as to him.
Witn-se, WiU. B. McBatb, Clerk of said Conrt at office in
Knoxville, September 8th, lSfi.
Sept. 12, lSMt WILL. E. McBATII, Clerk.
W. W. WOODRUFF'S
SIGN OF THE BLUE PLOW,
uentre Store. Coffin Blonlc.
KXOX VILLE, TLNS..
HAS JUST OPENED A NEW STOCK OF HARD
WARE, eonriatine of
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, ho
HOUSE KEEPERS' EMPORIUM.
SILVER PLATED FORKS AND SPOONS.
Scvub-brusrhcs, Whitewash Brushes,
Shoe Brushes. Mason's Blackiatr. Stove
Polish, tie., Ax.
lso u thoisc selection of
BRASS KETTLES, AND HOLLOW WARE,
ALL SIZES OF
7 by 3 t 18 by 24.
PUTTY! PUTTY !
Black Snake Grass Scythes,
Dutch Grass Scythes,
Patent Snaths and Cradles.
for pain to make
SORGHUM MOLASSES & SUGAR.
,ls CASTINGS, consisting of
BAKERS; POTS, Ac.,
at Wholesale and Retail.
200 bags ol SHOT, at Cincinnati prices.
Band cto Tire Iron.
COOPERS' HOOP IRON.
Horse and Mule Shoes
Can be furnished cheaper than you eau buy
iron to make them.
POWDER, CAPS, SHOT,
SHOT UlAS, ItlftXES, PISTOLS
1M I'ISHIXU TACKLE.
Wnich will be supplied, to Merchants at
Actual Cost ! ! !
' Orders by mail will receive prompt at
tention, and satisfaction guaranteed in all
Anybody sending a three cent post
age stamp, will receive information how to
mako SORGIIUil SUGAR from the cane
raised in this country.
1 Remember the place,
Centre Store Coffin
KNOXVILLE IEON , WOBKS. -
i ROLLING MILL.
CHAMBERLAIN", RICHARDS & CO,
XXX UFACTUKERS OF ALL VA.-
For Railroads. Blacksmiths, anil Machinal'.
Vagoa Tira, small and largf. EonoJ aod Slercbaal I run
irenerallT. alarata nn h.n.l
Mill on East T. nne and Uroriia Railroa-I. wntif the
UP- ... aagtf
WE AHE NOW READY TO MAN It
Machinery aucl CtiHtiinjis
Or various kind..
steam engines; smutt mills,
WATEli WHEELS, MILL GEARINGS.
BARK MILLS, CAN E MILLS,
PLOWS, HOLLOW WARE,
STOVES, &c, &'c.,-&c.
Pff KOBTH QCAIFK.
SASH, BLIND and D00K
Patronize Home Productions.
GASPER fc DA1S,
T. THE MOUTH OF EAST CREEK,
M KnoiTille, will kep on hand and make to order.
SASHES, BLINDS, DOORS,
SCROLL WORK AND MOULDINGS.
They will alo keep aa.onetl flouring and other kinds of
lumber, shingles, laths, fence post, and everything umally
Kept in a lumwr yara.
Houses built by contract, on short notice, liming wachinH
ry ef all kinds, we can bnild honsvs cheaper, quicker and bot
Ur than any one else. jun JOtf
Corsbr Market aju Third St.,
HAVING ADDED GREATLY to pr
former extensiro facilities, we are now turning; out a
large number of our Improved Portable Steam Engines and
Portable Circular Eaw Mills. Those already received and in
operation are giving the most entire satisfaction. There Is now
hardly a State or Territory in the Union but our Improved
Portable Engine! and Saw Hills are in use. All our Koglnes
have spark arrester stack on them which arrest the sparks.
We would respectfully refer yon to the following gentlemen
and certificates for the portability, utility and practical opera
tions of our Portable Steam Engines and Saw Mills :
Charlotte, Mick., JIarck i(h, IS(J6.
J. U. Duvall Sib : My Mill and Engine is giving the best of
satisfaction. I had it running In five days after receiving it.
The first day after starting the Mill, we sawed 43 logs into Inch
lambs', making 10,64a feet in nine hoars. On the second day
we sawed l,b50 feet in l"X hours, it was time a at one time
when it cut 6 boards, 16 feet in each board, In one minute.
Yours, truly, bISU. S. I'OTTfcK.
Alpine Depot, W. V., Seui. 212, 186i.
J. 11. Duvall Si it : With the assistance of Mr. Ilardesty, we
have just completed the setting up of the Portable Engines and
Mills purchased of you. Mill No. 1, the first day cat at the rate
. i juki r nk anri Pine lnmber per hour. Mill No. we
have just started and with eaual anrces.s, They are workiDg to
enr entire satisfaction, and we feel confident that the machinery
will do all you advertise. fours, truly,
cTiu.NE, BOYD CO.
GROCERIES AND COMMISSION.
w. w. imam.
ft. . DOW
WUaoutilte, fp'.nctr co., Jluy 31, IS60.
Messrs. Duvall We sawed 6.C00 feet of boards out of seven
teen logs, the first day we started our mill, without moving a
screw in seven hours. We believe your portable engines and
saw mills second to none in use, and most cheerfully recom
mend any in want of sawmills and engines to your shop.
T. L. COLLIES PRl'SSKLL.
Crooo I'iuiun, R-ple;, w., lnd., t rb. 21, ISoI.
Messrs. Duvall To-day we sawed 14,'.A feet of lumber in
less than ten hours. About three-fonrths of it was inch lum
ber. The mill docs very well. Yours, truly,
SAMUEL KENNET A CO.
Hraiatrtm, Wyoming ., Pa., M'lf I. lt?5.
J. U. Duvall Sw : The Engine and Mill purchased of you,
which Mr. Ilardesty has started, will do more work than yon
promised, and in the best manner. It will saw from lO.U'O to
loW feet in ten hours. WALT VAN A GAY.
Haueock, Jl'l., Xoc. lo, 1S65.
J.U. Duvall Sib ; The Saw Mill of twenty horse power pur
chased of you, has been set np by Mr. Ilardesty. On Saturday
last we sawed 8,000 feet in eight hoars. We can safely say
that it exceeded our expectations.
Yours, truly, BRIDGES, HENDERSON A DANIELS.
Fulton, Itaieaba o., MU., Aug. 25, 100.
Messrs. Duvall We have been rnnning the portable engine,
saw mill and corn mill we purchased of you some months ago.
We average in tough, scrubby pine, from S.oou to 10,000 fuet of
lumber per day, and coald, were we to hurry our hands, saw
twelve thousand feet per day. We grind SO to 85 bushels of
corn per hour Many persons have rode twenty and thirty
miles to see oar milL She is the wonder and admiration of all.
We cheerfully recommend them to those in want of mills and
engines. 6. A. HAMILTON A CO
ii, A"y., Jalu Jl, 160.
Messrs. Duvall I profest to know butlitlle about machinery,
but take pleasure in bearing testimony to the fact that the
portable engine aad saw mill I purchased of you, can, in my
opinion, cut 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 1,500 to 1,800 feet per hour.
U. B. HARBISON.
l.o.uti Or-jct, Weakly Co., I'tf. i., M:irch lo, lSi'V.
Messrs. Duvall On last Saturday last we cut something over
18,000 feet ef inch poplar lumber ; worked eleven hours forty-
ave minutes; y. rasn attended the saw. we cut this amount
'rom logs sawed from stumps, and can do it every day with
good logs and hand?. Da. E. J. SHANNON.
Sugar Hun l O., Bra lurd tu., '., JWce I I, I860.
Messrs. J. A J. II. Duvall Gents : The portable engine and
saw mill that we pnrchued of you gives entire satisfaction.
We have. In twenty days after starting it up, sawed ;!UO,0CO feet
of froxen hemlock timber, which we call tb. best sawing ever
done in Northern Pennsylvania. The mill was run by Mr.
Hardesty. GRIFPITS A STONE.
We fully warrant our Engines and Saw Mil's to be
made of first cl.ua material ; workmanship the same, and t.
aw from 6,000 to 10,090 feet of Lumber per day, (say ten
Orders solicited. Descriptive circulars s;nt to all correspon
C0CK1LL A SEYMOCR,
Agents for East Tennessee,
mayO-om Knozville, Tenn.
I WE & BODLEY,
FOUNDERS k MACHINISTS,
STATIONARY & PORTABLE
CIRCULAR SAW MILLS,
WOT SOITJLTAJfZOCS ASD
Wrought Iron Head Blocks,
ECLIPSE SHINGLE MACHINES,
Wood Working Machinery,
CORN MILLS, Mia GEARING L SHAFTING,
Wrought IroaPipe & Fittmss, Steam CotKs, Ic.
OIL WELL MACHINERY.
Steam Fire Engines,
AppUcacU for Descriptive Clrculen, wffl specify the
Kaealaery they need.
GEORGE A. McNTJTT,
(Formerly of A. A. Jackson A Co.,)
WBOLBSALX A90 RETAIL DEALS It 13
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
2io.l, Coffin a .Block, tray btreet,
Ljosira. -.- m. r. aarTB.
I. JOSEPH & CO.,
Corner of Any an'l Street,
dec-Mf KnaxTille Tenneae
V. H. LILLARD & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Grocers,
CLOVER, TIMOTHY, ORCHARD,
BLUE AND HUNGARIAN
fHviCE f.l.Wltr Sl Pi'LlES constantly oa hand.
Wmt eiile Gay Clrwi, btwa t amberland and Church,
' KXOXVILLE, TEAW.
f y rairn lie a vfitrdv w,m
Late Cash'r U. fi t, Tonn. Lata Caah'r I t ef'Taon.
Southern and Western Exchange Office.
CRAIG, MORTON & CO.,
Brokers and Commission Jlercnanls,
So. WALL STUEZT, ATW TOSS.
OlillESPON DENTS AND SPECIAL
Aenta for Southern anil Weotera Basks. Merchant aad
Bailroail Companies, Negotiate Loans and Bualnns Paper.
MAKE (.)LLEi-tl(S. Parchaso and sell Government
and other 8c-cnrities on Commission.
Also, tixe particular attention to tha Purchase aad Shi a.
nientnf all kinl of Dry Woods, Groceries, Ac., on orders.
W. r. WILHON CQ.,
North-east Corner of 6y and Church Streets,
EG LEAVE TO INFORM THE PEO-
PLl? of Kaoivtllf, and East Tennessee a-anerallv. that
they have Just received a large and well assorted Stock ef Sta
ple and Family Groceries, Liouors. Tobacco. Clear. Ae..hloh
will be told at graatlv radnced prlcae. The best brands ef Old
Ohio Wheat Family Flour, constantly on band. Country Mer
chants will And it to their Interact to call and examine enr
stock aad prices before purchasing elsewhere.
I Gay and Church (tret.
KcmesiDcr tne clace. corner o
(Coffin Block.) Knoxville, Tean.
Late of Knoxville, Tenn.
W. P. ll.S)S A CO.
i. r. enttn.
Late ofNashviUe, Tean.
C. POITEL,! GREEV K CO.
iso. yts inroad Street,
REYLRRTSi YOU TO THE ABOVE
card, we beg leave to inform yon. that w hare estab
lished ourselves in this city ia basis, aad are fully prepares
ia extent 10 our patrons ine ordinary laciutle rvouired and
respectfully solicit a share of vour buainess. We no not pro
pose to rounn-ourlv.9 to any apeciality, and will purchue
and sell.- . .
Cotton, Tobacco and Produce Generally
also, Gold, f tock, Bonds aud Government S-cnritiesarefairWy
on Commission. Reapectfuilv Tonra.
C. POWELL, GKEEJi A CO.
Anzusta Chronicle and Sentinel and Joneaboroua-h fatten
Flag copy. not29tf
AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
leO Main Sir-. f, between Fifth and Siatli.
Consignments Solicited. janlTtf
CENTRAL CLAIM AGENCY,
MATTHEW NELSON, M. D. BEAEDE2T 4 CO.,
TAS BEEN ESTABLISHED BY WELL
A, kiiua u resident citizens ot Km. n ill... for tl mirnnu ..f
making out, prosecuting and collecting all jul account!,,
claim aud von. hers of orfic.irs, aoldier citizuua, widow, aud
orphans against the United states Government, such a. 'Juar-
itiuiiiMer anu commissary accouuis. whether receipted for or
not, if taken or destroyed by the Cnlted btates forces, e. g.
wu. hi, corn, oais, rjay, iimoer, lences, QoUaes, AC, back-pa) ,
bounties and pensioui will all be attended to promptly.
nMULxu.-tn. .xwpa A .cooper, loi.jj.u.iioua. Col. JI.
. Patterson. Col. J. T. Shellv. Col. Jn
Rwve, Hon. Horace MjrnarJ, t;ov. W. U. Brownlow. an t
CDwan & Iicxiuon.
Office (iav Street. 3 door S.nili i,r M.i., ,lrI...
Claim Agency, Box Kll. Knoxville, Tenn.
JiAHtw EI.SO, Freidcut,
M. D. BRIVnEV ni.hnr.ln.liOI .
I I--potf A. B. TADLOCK.M..D., Pension Surgeon."
CARPENTER & M UN SON,
Greneral Claim uA.gents,
J. B. CABPENTER,
Late Lieutenant and Adjutant 1st Tennessee Light Artillery,
Lata Lieutenant and Adjutant Eth Tennessee Cavalry.
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM
the citizens or East Tennessee that they have opened
an office in
for the purpose of adjusting and collecting ail classes of claim
against the trovernment for supplies takea and informal vouch
ers given, and supplies taken and no receipts given, and for
services rendered. Prompt attention given to settlement ef
officers' accounts. Stoppage of pay removed, and certificates
of non-indebtedness obtained for resinged officers.
Reasonable prices charged.
Vouchers bought or collected at lowest price.
VtT Office 1st door South of Ixcbange Bank, Bay street.
Post Office Box 18S- Knoxwille, T.iiu.
Rirntracia Hon. W. G. Brownlow, Gen. A. C. eillem, CL L.
0. Houlr,Capt. McHeisb. octltf
NATIONAL CLAIM AGENCY.
DANIELS A SHERWOOD,
Military and Xaval Agents,
29 President's Square,
Xcit door to Gen. Augur's Headquarters,
WASHIXO TOX, D.'C.
E ARE PROSECUTING CLAIMS
ainst the United States Government for nroncrtv ta.
ken or destroyed by the army. We collect or purchase all
kinds uf Quartermn-itcr's Vouchers.
We settle OrBrera' Accounts, remove Stoppage of Pay, col
lect Claims for Horses lost in the Service. We also obtain
Pensions, collect Buck Pay, Bounty and Prlae Money. We
require no advance fee, aud make no charge except we suc
ceed. Local Agents throughout the country will find it t
their advantage to correspond with ne.
J. DANIEL", U. L. SHJERWOOD,
Late Captain l S V. Lata Q. 31. r. 9. V.
Kt talkers. Hon. Alex. Kamsrv, C. ?. Senator from Min.,
Hon. E. E. Fenton, Govprnor of New York. Hon. B. .V.
Whaley, M. C. from Weetern Virginia, Major-General Pope.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPA
NY'S THROUGH LINE TO CALIFORNIA.
Touching at Mexican Ports, and carrying
tno UnitcU btates Alan.
Thrvugh in ticenty-iwu days.
Sxtvi-iurs us k
HENRY CH.U NCEY,....
CON!STI!OS IB! F :il
GOLD DEN AJE.
NE OF TIIE ABOVE LARGE ANJ
npl' iiuid Steatnbips will Ivave Pier No. K, North Bir,
foot of Canal street, at Vi. o'clock noon, o the lat. 11th
and -l-t of every luoiith, (except when thoae datta tail on
Sunday, aud then ua the preceding Saturday.) for ASPIS
WALL, couuecting via Panama Kail way, with one of tha
Cumpai.y's teani.thipe frovi Panama for SAN FKANCISCO
tonchiug at ACAPliLCW.
!-parturcs of the lat and -HI ')Un.- t at PjfaDia with
fHmHf.jrMOl ffl PAtlslO au-1 Ct.NTBAL AMERICAN
Pt'Krs. Thoaof 1-t touch at .MANZANILLtX.
A discount of t'Mi UCAKTEB from steamers' ratvall-wed
to second cahin and ateeraire pangt'rs with families. Alao.
an allowance of ONE tll'ABTKR on through rat" to clergy
men and their farniliee, anil s ho-d teacher ; soldier having
bonuriblo dischargi-s, U ALs' 1AKK.
Cno Huu'lrca round. Barx: allowed ea h adult." Bazxazc
masUrs accompany bagugu tlirugh, and attend to ladieaaad
ciiil'Jn n without laafe protectors. revived on tha
duck the day before sailing, from eteauiboat, railroad and
p5cos"rs who prl-r to rMid J iwn early.
An ejpcr!v-uceJ aargevn on board. Jiaucine ana atteaaaac
1 or faaeue Tickets or funher inforniatn.n, apply at the
Comraay'a ticket onlce on the Wharf. FOOT O' CANAL
BIBhLT, NOKTU B1VEB NEW 10KK.
lUlUJui e. a. nobAa.i,agBt.
PAPEB AND BAGS.
HAZEN & SON HAVE THEIR PAPER
MILL sow in complete operation. Printing and
Wrapping Paper furnished in any quantities required. Will
pay in ca-h the highest price for clean cotton and linen Bag.
COUNTY C0T7ETE0QEB.S VILLE.
A Bill lor Partition of Land in thi County Court of Bawkinl
county, September roles, 1
A illiam 1. Anderson vs. Low ry and ethers.
TT APPEARING FROIT THE AFPI-
L DAVIT tiled ia this office that the defcndanta, Samuel
Bunch, Tbomaa Bunch. Tilman Bunch, are Bon-reailnte of
the itatn of Tenneaaee, and the reaidracee of Asa Hopkins
and wife, Mary and Laura Bunch an unknown, so that tha
ordinary proeeea of law canaot be aerved upon them: It is
therefor ordered that publication be mads in the fcnesville
Whig for four successive weeka, commanding them to appear
before the County Court of Hawkins county, at the court
house in the Town of Kogersville, on the first Monday in De
cember, 1, to plead, anvwer, or demur to said petition, or
the urn. will be taken for confnaed, aod set for stearins ex
Jpt. V-r 13, 1 W LACKIY. CUri.'.