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Knoxvitle, Tenn.: April 17, 1237.
Thc Brxdoi AoAis.TVe fear thos who are
most deeplr interest in tie "comrlcllon of the
.bridge over the Holston here, do not approciale lh
mailer at tt?j should. "We should deeply regret
any develops; enU which would ihow a deposition
. to fall back on the old defunct system of ferry boU
and yawls, of fifty year ago. "We would xery
mucn regret to cee cur friends over the river, In
"South America," whofe loyalty is to proverbial,
and who haTe ehown a somewhat progroftive spirit
in the past, allow a scheme fraught with to much
real benefit to themselves to fail, merely from a
want of viewing the matter in its true light. . -
We have heard a goodly number of the citizens
of Knoxville speak favorably and encouragingly
of the work, and if those in the country, who are
certainJy to be the beneficiaries to a great extent,
will only do a liberal part, they can rulyon meeting
with a favorable raponse from the citizens of Knox
ville. Come, friends, wake op on this subject, and
never let it be said liisi a scheme of so much lm
portance as this has failed merely from a watt of
energy on the part of its frfnda. Let every one
aid to the best of his ability, and we will soon have
a bridge which will be an bonor and a convenience
to the whole community. Remember that Dr. Jas,
Rodgers and Judge Jones have their books open,
and are ready and anxious to hear from you on the
subject. ' " ?:
AaarsT of a Roibi. About two weeks aro.
8. J. Bracken, a conductor on the "Nathville and
Decatur Railroad, was robbed by one J. CL Scalf,
alias J. C. Collins. Mir. Bracken telegraphed the
matter to this place, and advised our policemen to
te on iL6 uert lor Lim. aa it was supposed he would
pass this wy., Measures were at once adopted to
catch him should he pass along, and on Friday ef
last week, as he was passing down the road, Tolico
man L. B. Gamble learned that he came in on the
down train, and after a short search discovered him,
lodged him in jail, and telegraphed to Brackcnwo
' came up Saturday b5ght, and the next day tc6k
Ret. J. C. Seal to ?fahville. He had letters of
recemmendation, either real or forgod, from several
of the pastori of Churches In Nashville, a we'll at
from other citizens of that city. , r .
Oarniv Asixcm. Particular attention u called
to the notice of the institution established during
tie last year at Washington, for the benefit of UnU
ted States soldiers and sailors. .The Wends of such
orphans in East Tennessee, who desire their welfare:
in the future, will do well to consult the notice. Too
much honor can not be given to the noble men who
fell to save their country, and where they have left
little ones, the country owes it to their, memory to
see them properly cared for. For full particulars
apply to Mrs. II. 3Iaynard, at' Knoxville, who is
ever ready to perform a kind action for those whose
natural protectors fell fighting to save their Gov-
F.oaxi Corimr, Ttss., April 8, 186".
If Cspt. W. 31. Alexander will permit his name
to ba run for Senator froax Knox and Roane, he will
receive a cordial support from eld He ate for his
uncompromising opposition to secession and treason
in 1661, and also ki patriots defense cf Congress
and the State Government against treason and An
drew Johnson. if Pixkibcb TJxvu."
The Governor has commissioned the following
named gentlemen as Directors on the part of the
State for tW Knoxville and Kentucky Railroad
Company. Their compensation will be the usual
courtesy of a - free pass " on the road. And whilst
they are expected to look after the interests of the
State, they are alao expected to harmonize with
those who reprecent the Stockholders, and to aid in
putting the road through.
T CAMTBZLL COCSTT. '
William Cary, G. W. Sharp, and Reutcn Rogers.
James A. Doughty, Ed. C. Edwards, and James
to xsox cemrtT.
Griffin Stillings, Dr. E. Goctz, W. F. Seay, E. J.
Sanford, Dr. James Rodgers, Joseph Burt, Thos. H,
Pearne, William Rule, Dr. .J. R. Ludlow, 31. L
Ilall, Charles Morrow, J. F. Spence, 11. D. Bearden.
J . W. North, Andrew Knott '
General Grant on the Situation.
' lion. R.W. Clark, in a recent letter to the Cle
mont Courier, makes the following statement in re
lation to Gen. Grant: , ... . .
"General Grant told Governor Orr, of South Car
olina, a day or two since, that the South has com
mitted a great blunder in its alliance with the dead
corps of the Democratic party, which had made it
self a odious with the loyal people of the country,
by its syrrpatby with the rebellion, aa thn refala
tbetiselves. lie further told the Governor that he
was ranging upon tne skirts of the President, ex
pecting to secure relief through his. effort and in.
Suence, whea it was evident to the world that the
Presides', has as mach on his shoulders of his own
cares, as ha could stand up under, and no power to
aid tfc South. There was one party where aid was
to be had, and that was at the hands of the Radi
cals of Congress the men of life, of growth and of
power, and that sooner or latter there he must go ;
and from the Judicata they must seek all that is
attainable, that they have the least reason to hope
for, and that the sooner they change their pro-
framme, the sooner they would bo restored, and the
etter the terms of restoration. Good advice that,
from General Grant, and it is every word true, for
I do not repeat it second handed.'1
DRY GOODS, &c.
. HEBICIITES, dc.
Th Weatheb Akd Caori.. Wheal, in Eat
Tennesson, was never more promising than at pres
ent, nr ha it ever looked better at this season of
the year. And to add to our joy, we are having
some delightful weather. The air is balsamic, th
skies are clear, the climolo is as lovely as that tf
EgJTW '"d everything invites to charming recrea
tion, inspiring thc most serene cboerfulne, and
freedom from all rebel restraints ! In this slowly
rolling of the panorama of tbe world of wonders,
the Radicals are on the rising tide, and in their on.
ward inarch they challenge tbeadmiration of loveri
of the Union.
Samvkl B. O'Bmi departed this life, near
Eliiabethton, Tenn, Sunday, 9 o'clock, A.M., 3Iarch
17, 1867, in the 4 lit year of his age. He was at
tacked with intermittent fever, or dumb ague, in
Jude last, in Alabama, where he was employed aa
Clerk on tke Steamer; Kingston, "running between
Bridgeport and Decatur. Notwithstanding ' the
chil he remained in business until September,
when he returned to his home in Carter countv.
The disease finally became complicated with pneu
monia, and inflamation of bowels and kidneys and
resulted fatally. w His sufferings were severe for the
last four or live days before his death, and although
he saw plainly he could not recover, fortitude never
for a moment forsook Lim and he talked with the
utmost composure ef his approaching end, and of a
happy future existence. x He told his friends he
would like to live if he had any hope 'of recovery
to health and strength; but that he had no such
hope. A man, he said, with shattered luns. a dis
eased heart, and liver, kidneys and bowels r eriouslv
affected, even if he could live, must be miserable,
ana he weula not turn his hand over for such an ex
istence. Nor was his soul troubled wh en InA criti
cal hour arrived. His eye wandored not with a
wild and fearful glare, his lip writhed not as if
anxious to utter some fearful apprehension, and hii
brow remained serene; and when the spirit had
gently taken its flight, his eye, and brow, and lip,
n harmony with every feature, reposed as if the
deep slumber was sweet. May my latter end be
like his. ....
He was upwards of three years associated in the
publication of the Lotidvn Fret rress, in which he
performed his part well. lie possessed Une business
qualifications, and, was a man of liberal and ad
vanced views upon all subjects of public interest,
and was esteemed as an honest, honorable man by
all who knew him. His remains were consigned to
their silent home by his llasonic brethren, attended
by a large number of sympathizing friends.
Thi voto cart in Connecticut was the lightest for
many years. The Republicans have lost the State !
by virtue of superior apathy. More Republicans
btam ni some man uopperneaas nence tne latter
won the election as they were a little less inert than
tneir opponents. lxok at the returns :
Hawley, Rep. English, Cop.
i866 M , ...43,974 43,443
1887 ...34,913 35,798
Ji 7,059 , 7,645
There, that tells the tab. While nine thousand
Republicons absented themselves from tbe polls.
only seven thousand six hundred Copperheads de
clined to vote. A he former beat tne latter in apathy
and carelessness. The organization of the Repub
licans was a little more wretched than tbat of their
opponents. . The Copperhead candidates were rich
men who spent their money freely in hiring whip.
pers-in to send wagons lifter the laggard voters and
bringing them to the polls,' while the Republican
candidates had less money to spend, and conse
quently carted fewer of their supporters to the vo
ting booths. With a majority of four fifths in Con
gress, it was hard to convince the Republican voters
that it made any essential odds to tbe country
whether there were two more or ten less Republi
cans elected to the House of Representatives. Long
success made them careless and indifferent. The
Repablican vote of last year exceeds that now cast
by the Copperheads by 8,200, proving that a sweep
ing victory was entirely within their reach had they
desired to win it. They will turn out next year and
rocover back the State. .-') . : ;
T?OPv SALE. 400 HUNDRED ACEES
J- on tha TnoNM Kiver, at the Mouth of Finfj Elver.-.
Kearlj all u ant clau nrer buttom laud, lerel ana rerj pro
dactire. OCervdat 88,000 ona-half what it has boeo aold
far. It i. n.w laud, part of it .till in timber,
acptotf MrXSOX 4 BETMOCB.
gov;aj m'gluiig & go.
OR SALE. 1,500 ACRES IN AN.
DEB80K county, 4 milrl from Clinch Biv.r. A ipl.n.
did nlanUtion. Verr rich aoU. 200 Acre now nndercnltiTa-
tlon. fTn honsM with ont-bniidinKs. A Church, School
Houm, Doctor'i Offica and a Biackt mith's Shop on tha land
Pot Offica on tha farm. WU1 ba aold for $15,000, and is rery
desirable rropertj would jnaae naii-a-aozen Kooa larmt.
ept5tf MUKSON 4 fcEYMOUB.
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Lumber ai WoKiyis. Scarce as money id
in this community, the work of improving and ex
tending the trtwn goes bravely on ; and the supply
of lumber and building materials is. by no means
rual to the demand. lodoed the supply :of work
men is not equal to the demand. The highest sort
of prices are given for all kinds of work, and yet
laborers and materials are had after some trouble,
even for cash. Knoxville is destined to be quite
town, and tbat in a fow years, but we want a fow
men of energy and enterprise, who will crowd upon
us Umber and materials, and a supply of activtl
inechanics. " ; '
Rebuilt. She lumber mill of Mr. C. W. Park
recently inundated by the flood, and almost entirely
destroyed, has been rebuilt, the machinery repaired,
and will commence operations in a few days. Thil
energy and enterprise, which thus overcomes and
defies misfortune, is a spirit to be admired, and on
thst will make communities prosperous.
State ah Couktt Tax. Since the passago of
the recent school law by the Legislature, the ratoi
of. State and county tax in Knox county, for the
j-enr 1867, will be one dollar and twenty-eight cents
on each hundred dollars of taxable property, and
two dollars and fifty cents oa each poll.
Knoxville asd Kenttckt Railroad. Ow
ing to a mammoth earth slide on this road, where it
passes through Copper Ridge, caused by the late
food, the trains have not for tome time been run
ning to Clinton. However, through the energy of
its energetic officers, the trains are again making
regular trips to that village. . The work will be
pushed as rapidly to the coal mines as circumstances
will permit, and will be finished to the Stale lino in
time to meet the Kentuckians from Louisville.
A Ncisakck. At the North-west corner of
Cumberland and Henley streets, stands a tenement
occupied by almost a score of lewd women, which
is tho scene of occasional acts of obscenity disgusting
to the good people residing in that vicinity. Who
is responsible for such an intolerable nuisance?
Real Estatje Transfers roa thk Week
Kkdiso Atril 15th, ISC 7. D. and J. W. Weath
rford to Jacob Spickard, lot in Knoxvillo for $75.
D. A. Deaderick to Chamberland it Richard, lot
io Knoxville for $555. 1 .' -:! ;
C. M. McGhee to Michael Couner, lot in Knox
ville for $450. -- ,i
M. D. Bearden to B. F. Ikarden, farm in 1 0 th
district for $1,C00. . . . , . . . ,
The FaiiT Caor. We have been at some trou
ble to learn what the prospocts aro in East Tenaes
ee for fruit, and we are pleased lo be able to report
Ikat they are good, reaches are said to be abundant.
Lcn-nt. The fifth lecture of the course for the
benefit of the literary societies of the East Tennes
ee University, will be delivered at the Fema'e In
stitute on Saturday night, by Rev. W. W. Thorpe.
Mr, Thorpe has a high reputation aa an eloculion
t.: Uii aubiwt is M Unconscious Influence." -
The address of the Rev. Dr. Tcarne on the Two
Churchesthe II. E. Church and the M. E. Church,
South delivered a few evenings since in Knoxville,
i now in press in this office, and it will be ready for
'le'jvry sbout the first of May. - ' ' ;
The L aro est is the United States. The
Toilet Soap Works of Colgate & Co, New Tork, are
the largest in the country the extent of the man
factory being demanded by the large and increas
g demand for tho splendid aoaps made by this
leading firm. 'o soap in the market can compare
ith thoee of Colgate & Co. for purity of material
and iki'J of manufacture.
Crauf A common causa is indigestion and the
ye of tour liquids. Theaa should be avoided, and
Hobacks Stouiach Bitter had reoourse to. At the
tuo time uso absorbents.
For cramp in the stomach uke at once a tea
spoonful of sal volatile in water, or a tabb.poonful
of Uoback's Catawba Brandy.
-What i a Kan re 7''
I akd of doar Mary, : 1
At -low .y itiy sida Oi fair maid.-n was wated ;
I saw her eyes sink, and hr eounlnan arT,
As tli sia U rji!, - 'Til a kiss, ir, rtpftl."
Miss 'Mary s a sentiLle girL Juft the kind iht
will inaVe a fellow a g.xd wife; and we trust Jhfit
the bappy possessor of so valuable a prize, in be
stowing upon her the solid comfort of life, will not
noglect to provide a " Barby Sheaf " Cooking Stove
-the ouly roally perfect Stove in the market.
ileMrg, Stuart, Tcterson & Co., Philadelphia, are
the manufacturers. Beicare of initiation.
Meeting In Sevier.
At a meeting of a portion of the citizens of Se
vier county, on Monday the 8th instant, at the court
house in Sovierville, Major Charles Inman was call
ed to the chair, and J. M. Hammer appointed Sec
retary. The object of tbe meeting was explained by the
chairman. Whereupon, on motion, the following
Committee was appointed to draw up suitable reso
lutions, expressing the sense of the meeting :
' 8. W. Randies, R. M. Cris well, Captain Henry
Hodges, I). T. Gass, Captain J. H. McNutt, J. H.
Atchley, Lieut. C. W. Catlett and J. M. Hammer.
The Committed after having retired a short time,
returned and submitted the following report, which
was adopted. . r . , , . t t ,
Whereas, a political campaign is about to open
in Tennessee ; and, whereas, there is now a party
claiming the name of Conservative, whose aim is
to give the control of the State to tho rebels. There
fore, Resoloed, That we will ever be faithful to the
Government of the United States, and to the officers
and soldiers who came to our rescue when we were
under the thraldom of rebel bayonets.
Resolved, That we endorse the act of our Legis
lature in securing the control of the Stats to the
loyal voters only.
Resolttd, That wo will support that tried patriot
and firm champion, Gov. Wm. G. Brownlow, for
uovernor, ana nearuiy endorse the platform of the
Convention at Nashville, on the 22d ofjast Feb
i Resolved, That R. R. Butler is our choice to rep
resent this Congressional District in the Fortieth
JUtolved, That it is the sense of the loyal men of
oevier county, mat a jonvenuon De ceia at x air
Garden, in Sevier county, on the third Saturday in
May next to nominate a candidate to represent this
district in tne senatorial brancn of tne next Leg
lature, and we invite Greene, Cocke and Blount
counties to send delegates to meet us in Convention
then and there, tbat we may have harmony and
Resolved, That the chairman appoint delegates to
said convention at r air Uarden, and also delegates
to meet delegates from Knox countr. at TmndU'.
X Roads, on the first Monday in May, to nominate
a ITJoater trotn &nox and Sevier counties.
The chairman then appointed the following dele-
gave vo x air waracn convention :
1st District Samuel McMahan and Brient Brce
"d District Captain J. Lesen and Martin Shulte,
3d District John Inman and Henry Baker.
4th District O. W. Caton and Henry Babber.
5th DistrictCaptain J. H. McNutt and Win
th District William Burns and Valentine Mat
lox. 7th District W. F. Nichols and Lieutenant I.
8th District Joel UuUel and S. Mount. 1
9th District A. H. Keener and S. W. Handles.
10th District Crum Delosier and O. M. Clark.
11th District D. W. Reagan and Martin Claber.
12th District Thomas Hickman and Captain D.
And the following delegates to the Convention
at Trundle's X Roads: - - -
let District Sanders McMahan and William
Benson. . . - . .
2d District R. S. Shulla and Captain J. Henry.
3d District Henry Ilouk and John Bird.
4th District Jesse Stafford and Nelson Fox.
5th District Captain A. L. Scruggs and B. C.
6th Uisirict-K. W. Crawson and J. N. Trotter.
7th District William Atchly and Lieut C. W.
8th District Lieut. N. Underwood and Thomas
9lh District Dr. J.C. Ellia and K. M. Criswcll.
10th District M. Tarwater and Major B. W.
llth District R. R. Keaean and John Whaly.
12th District Captain White Underwood and
On motion, it was rtmleed that the proceedings of
this meeting be forwarded to the Knoxville
Wnia and Greaneville Xcic Era for publication.
On motion the meeting adjourned.
Charles Ivmas, C'cirinau
J. M. Hammer, Secretary. -
OR SALE. A MAGNIFICENT FARM
0O0 Acres, on tbe Holston Birer, (Ire miles from tha
railroad. CO Acres of Biver bottom, and 300 Acres of the rery
beet uplaud now nnder cultiration. Three comfortable bou-
ses, with all out-buudings. i ery One timber, which ran be
rartod to unoxTUle at a rery small expense.
' This property will be divided to suit pnrchaaers, and affords
a rare opportunity for investment. J'rice 50 per Acre.
septStf . ;. . ti ; MOISON A SSYAIOUR.
T?OR SALE. 195 ACRES, Four Mile3!
I ' r 1 ; -1 I' ..l l ; 1 -.1 ; K ; fA;t 1
good Gri.t Mill. A young Vineyard. 65 Acres ander good
sept5tf MUSS0N 4 SEYMOUR.
70R SALE. 2,000 ACRES Ol"
-i- Farming Laqd, in S.-,ott county, 12 miles fr
Title, 150 Acres under cultivation. 2oO Acres of Creek bottom
land which produces remarkably well. A grove of 3"0 Sugar
Maple trees, near tha bouse. W eU timbered and weU watered.
A magnificent stock farm. On the route of the proposed Ea-t :
Tennessee aid Kentucky railroad. '
septStf 3IU5TS0N A SEYMOUR.
POR SALE. IMPROVED LANDS IN
JL in all parts of East Tennessee, prices and location to suit
all kinds or purchasers. Address or call on
sept5tf ; . , MUX SOX A SEYMOUR.
GrA.Y STREET, r
FOR SALE. 85,000 ACRES OF TJNIM- IT ' i r . . J . " ' . , ,
PROVED LANDS in different part, of Ea-t Tennessee, IIaC .dy lOY 1116pectl0n their stock for
containing immense mineral wealth. WeU adapted to stock
graizing, with some splendid sites farms, and water power.
Also, some of tha lands are well suited to aettle colonies of
Emigrants. PartiaUan rttpecting every kind qf land i Eatt
Trnn, Kill br pmmptl nnH fralviontly aivm, fcy addressing or
' ' ' - Real Estate Brokers,
septStf " KaoxviUe, Tenn.
THE ORP1TAN ASYLUM
TSTABLISHED DURING THE LAST
-1J year in Washington City, for the benefit of the children
of United States Soldiers and Sailors, is now in operation.
The friends of Orphans of Federal Soldiers in East Tennessee,
who desire or are willing to send them to the Asylum, are as
sured that the children will be kindly eared for in all impor
tant particalars by tbe officers of the Institution. Applica
tion for admission may be made to Mrs. II. Maynard, Knox
ville, who will communicate on behalf of the applicant with
the Secretary or one of the Executive Committee at Washing'
ton and furnish all necessary information to the friends of
orphaos. 1KOS. w. 11 L Jits.
P. S. The newspapers published in East Tennessee, will
please gire the abore notice three insertions in th-iir respec.
tiTe Journals, without charge, and for the sake of the chil
dren who have an interest in the matter. aprlOtf
TO BE SOLD FOR TAXES.
(3) Three Facksget Corn Whisky, the property of J. Tar
enport. 1) One Tackage Corn Whisky, the property of D. Jenkins.
(1) Oa. Packaae Corn WhiskT, the property of M. E. Wood.
(2) Two Tackages Corn Whisky, the property of William
Seized in violation of the Berenue Law, and sold to satisfy
taxes, on Saturday. April ZOth, 167, at 10 o'clock, A. H., in
the Anctlon House of I. Joseph, Kaoxrille.
JAMES T. ABEBNATHT,
apilO 21 Collector.
CALCINED "pLfiSTE R,
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and re the bpt Tonic
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Cos ii recess, and all di
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Lou of Mosaory, Wakefnlae, Hurror of Disease, cjr Fore,
boding of ItU ; la fact, rnitvraal Lawltad., Prosfration,
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The Constitution, once aSscted by Oral-; WeakptM, re
qalree the aid of medicln tc streeghea and invigorate the
system, which Hlmbodl Extract. f Bacha inrariably dne.
If aotreataent ie ubshitt4 to, Ceaeqssptiita or tnntilj tm-
Printing uf every descri'itiun done with
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LEGAL BLANKS, , , .
DRAFTL, CHECKS, CARDS &c. Ac.
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tines. Ii. is a sure prerentatire
of all disease incident to
thil animal, such as LUXQ FEVER, GLANDERS, YELLOW
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makes the batter firm and
tweet. In fattening cattle,
it gives them an appetite,
loosens tMetr hide, and make
them thrire much faster.
the Drug Store of septi
8. D. MITCHELL A CO.
STONE WAKE. J ,
nUURNS, JUGS, 31ILK CROCKS,
V CROCKS and JARS, of all size., from 1 to 6 gallon,
can be had by application to , 7 ,.
rfiEITOH & 0AKPEHTEE.
at their I'ottory, at the root of Gay Street, on the Uiwr.
rrkes reasonable. JIIWIH I AKl'lSllK,
ntar-aui . , K.aoiTille,Teui.
C0TT05 AND WOOL CABDS. ; "
HUE SUBSCRIBER IS STILL 3IAN-
JL UFACTrRISG Cotton and Wool Machine Cards, of tbs
ery bcstonality, and on . good ti-rninas any ether Factory.
Also, LI' A TU EH PELTING AXI IIOSi:.
Order receiTcd fo all kinds of ( ottm ami lV.ilr. .lfwy.
Twenty-four inch Wool Oards.JBreaker and Boll furninhfd
Manufacturers supplies oa hand, au J all kind furnished
to order and of tho beet quality.
fcblM-.m JUU y. HAllvti,lj, Joaiumorc, ijo.
Hats and Straw Goods,
7 ;-' :.::';':J)
. A tru bill was found gfiinit fitch. l&cerdx Vj
the Graui Jury of ilcMian county, for mkin; u'
insurrrsi.onary and treasonabU fpeoch In A then.
Mtttk, neodwl emplfwnvwt, tm thi will fiT( it io
Hard on tbe Democratic Party
The Haw York Sun, a paper whicb, though t
uraing to be neutral is docidodly inclioed to the
Democracy, Lai the following levcra thrust ia refcr
enco to that f arty : , . . ,
""' During the last decade, the Democratic party
ha been nothing but a clog upon the wheels of na
tional advancement. It has been in the hands of a
class of man who either could not appreciate or
would not recognize the fact that politics and fvery
thing tise have undergone great changes within the
last naif century. At this time the Democratic
leaders opposed tho new plan of reconstruction
upon the same ground that they opposed coercion
of the Southern Slates at the beginning of the re
bc'iien that it coafiicU with the doctrine of ex
treme rotate Eight. -Clinging to that antiquated
Idea, these leaders hare dragged tha party down to
its present level, and unless they now abandon it,
or unless the mass of the party abandon them, which
would be much better, tbe final scene in the Demo
cratic tableau i!l not long be delayed.
The people are determined to fettle the reconrtruo
tion ontion in such a way that it will stay settled
and the Democratic party is committing political
ucid when it interposes the State Rights fallacies
to rrevota ueh settlement."
In another article it gives the Democracy some
good advica, md some friendly admonitions, which
we rommen.I in v ..
ply like that which follow, the arrrS of
electrical battery t- the musrles oi a dofunn animal
It is no poultices, blitcrs, liniments or ointment
that tho oil party nwls. It must find the fountain
of youth for which Touch de Lfion searched in
Florida, and that consist only in a renunciation of
tho musty, antediluvian dogmas which the party
now cling to, and the eponal of new, liberal, nine
teenth century 4ctrinai."
Tiror wrd nver wtr ipolen by mv.
CINCINNATI, CUMBERLAND GAP
AND CHARLESTON B. R. CO. .1
rarsi!T' Orrur, MitimwM, Ttx., )
March tth, lo7. I
OBEDIENCE TO AN ORDER OF
A the Board of Directors of tuo Cincinnati, Cumberland
Cap and Charleston Railroad Company, msde at a luef tii' of
aid Board, hHd at the oSc of the Cuwpany if Morrietowu,
on Saturdar, March 2d, 18;7, 1 hereby notify the Stockhol
drrs of said Company to bmI at the uKce of the Company in
this place, oa W ednesday, May litb, l!ii7, at 10 o'clock, A.
JI., for the purpose of electing a tt.-ard of Directors for the
All stockholder aro earnestly rcnuosU-J tg ttcud 11,15
muetluir eilhcf in Iters'Hi er br rojy.
C. t. CAHKKitK
C, C. a and C. K. K. .o.
TS HEREBY GIVEN, ACCORDING TO
A the re,uirmenU of the darter of, the ' ,
Znoirille and Jacksboro' Tnniijikfi Compaiiy,
that there will tie a Beetinl of the alcriber of Mock to
th said Tnrnpik Company, at the Court Uousein the city
of SnozTille, at oa o'clock, on Saturday, tbe lOih day of
March, 1M7, for tbe purpose of organizing and electing a
Board of Directors fir the ensuing twe years.
It is Trry desirable aud araetly reurtd that ill the sut
scrihem of Stock sbsll b prewnt at this meeting.
J. C. DKAI'EHK K,
F. A SCoTT,
M. L. HAIL,
J. S. LISDSET,
W. C. HALL,
J. C. MYXATT,
HAVING BEEN REGULARLY COM
MISSIONED by th Coternor as Captain of Company E,
First Tennessee Mate Guards, and ttifcg dMirus ef securing
the full compU-ment of Biea at an early day, 1 iuTite
the loral young men of Knox county to come forward, with
out drier, and enrol their names. Kjutpmenu and pay,
when railed out, eame ae Jekrel troops, l arti wihig to
enlist will report in Pr.on at Knot.j.nT HvtI
mar2Ttf C.pUin o. K, 1st f. g. G.
rpilE LAW GIVING ADDITIONAL
X Bonntr to 8oidlr who serred tl:r term of enlistment,
ud to thevf idows of Soldiers who died in the army, if no
wl'fciw nor rh.ldr-n. t- th psrontu, ha p'l, and w are
pwprt u i .ii ...rh r,.,, .nd ,.Tinr lhe nuuilr
1 amannt nf the rltltn hnrr-tninrr frivMS-nt.-d b W. U '
Be not A-oreoi,,, t.rr tb rU imam to rbtniii his dne by
r.,.iK u oer b M lhr Jn ,. basement
?.i...0n l"""' (W imm-Ualy. as t.l. ret
yon iaH ont yonr U.m. , .o,,.r.yr,n ,.- Roney.
"nf - " ' lil'TI Fl: CM1TII-
Arc tnivle to their t?tock nnJ they offer the
largot and moot varied asrtmeiit of tho
above GokI to be found in any birnilar es
tablishment North or South, and ' ftt a.s low
priced a any jobbing Louse in -the United
In all diseasej of Swine, inch at Coughs, Clcen la the Longs.
Lirer, Ac this article aets
a a specific. ' By patting
from one-bilf a piper to a
paper in a barrel of swill
h a bo re diseases will be
eradicated r entirely pre
Tented. If eiren In time, a
certain prerentlre and enre for the Hog Cholers. '
Pric9 2a Cents per Paper, or 5 Paper, for tl.
FSEPAEID BT . j
A. FOUTZ & BRO.,
WHOLESALE bRI M AND JSEDUIS1 DEPOT,
No. 116 Franklin St., Baltimore, Mi
aud by Drnggist and Storekeeper throughout th United
ciaies. . . jaall-ly
A REGULARLY BRED niYSl
CIAXis bis Diploma which bancs in his oTlri,
will ihow, list made Lhronic Vtmtet thrtitttty okuti,
and has a I'nion-wiile reputation, bjiltir Wn lo?-r
loctud in S.Lofu t):n say other C'hmuic Liawea I'by
kiao.. . - . -
JUach of Lis practice lutt bceu of a frial natar.
omorcita lltGtt Mrtctttrt, all t rimmrf wMef,
tliphiiU or ilrre" Mil AJeMomt tip Tiroal, t
Bomet ; Orchtlif, ll-nua er ItvpiMT ; aluo, the efl"cts ef
a lyjiuary Uu,u,raaoi to Body and Mmd, producing
bioUk, drku.lj, trmpolemrp, teiaw, dt.it ne of VfHt,
confute m of tdtat, trU jartbodutrf, arerfm (a orijr, lot
of memory, vaknem. At. : not alt of tb)n in ay m4
Cam, but all occurring freqnently in various caara.
aJ"AecoTnmoiationfl ample, rhsrg- moderate, cures
guaranteed- CcntuUation by ! tier or at oSice, fret,
libit ces can t pro,r!g UtaUH truivxii Mernew,
and medicines secur from eUserTaticB, ent by mail
or exprens. o hindrancs to buim-ea is most rase, i
Address Bos Wri, St. Louis Mo.
Hours A. M. to B P. M. (jjict Hirmauootly If
catad at iio, W it. CharU-s tlrvx, between an lb and
beteutii, ou qwar jutu of Lio ieil jluUl, a retired
spot in the centra of In city.
imultauo r&, mm-i roonw f jr lUt txomnllm ef
. pat)t u rrf ;tr rfa ijr per tow 1 1 oHraCwa.
. ... EVERYBODY
Can get. hi a sailed I-;tr envelope, my T'hxh yje.
ftfAU and irtt,n;M uf Afcvjn, t rtnry nnd .Vai hut.
0nsr. clearly (telenntiuy nil tke tlia'l r.di?tr, with
fully mptom Lits,fcrtwotbr-'-nt j)'it? damps
l prepay p..tt. ini!ar fwr ldi , relating ta
iWfli . Pnbe'iji MrMtr'Ul- H "H i'fejatM:gt c.
W. V. WOODRUFF & CO;,
7 ' . DEALESS IX '
....... ... , . . ri'v-'.
OAIiDEX SEEDS, v,
RUIc and DIastlnj; Powder and Fuse,
riaa frai tfea
Of all the diace,.
Curire it nt .... . .
cleanand renor.t blooJ, " 1
int. the .j,U m, and pu,.,. ,ba kuroor, '
ittioiulUs thehrallM, fi,a ii,.u. .r .w. .
e,pe, ,ir dIsorJpr, tll.t h row nnku X.
-Jy thateould be relid 0B hnmh.n, k-.. L. .
aad ,ow, forth. rst t.me, ,he p,b!ic hare on. h Zi
caad. p!id. Ous rpa,: bar doe aot at..is . ... .
ickt!it It bus Tirtus sureassla. .r-,i.:.. v..
tai(B -"s nTsrr
Tao table.poonfulls .f th. fxtraa of lL....,;iu -i.Lr
oettle is full, tonal to ..ii... ....
. i.- ,i . . ...a .-.yrup or aiprll!,
r tli decoction a usually mad. .
rT.JUX R.;"A"TB ,,,tIUf to
I t. IS THE l.MTED TATE3 ABMT .. ,
iTerys-aeral use fn all the Put. MnsriTii. ..... .-.j"
Frirau practicand ar. e,..H.ra. ,T.,n.b , "1 ,!
MAJfLr'ACTLHE TO OBDEft. .7,
uiaiik Jiooks fur .Merchants, Rail
roads, lianks, Iiisuruiity Coiiijuiiitv,
County Oflicvrs, &c.
- - - , . . .
CASH BOOKS, DAY HOOKS, i
MUSIC BOOKS, , ;!
TAX AND TIME BOOKS', ' ''.
' , t
HOTEL REGISTERS, BUJlTERS Ac.
Mf, 1 trpm-.iit uci, :
Fron Dinenntitorv nf thm rr-.-. B1....
4 wiiiiru otiici.
See fri;sor Lew, e r.lnahl. ...V. ... .
nil by ,i ,u cel.lraiH Dr. fhy.
FURNISH ANYTHING A N D
jt'il-ir r-iti"-!-! trHb (he Ilirlwsre r.min'-si.
; WANTS. ;.,''.';
WANTED-500 WAGON MAKEIIS.
'yDIE, MONEY AND LABOR SAVED
-A- by iiruiiuliM HI'U rvt.lv mortled. t rvt
meat of . Aim a-l WilmL warraalel nwfu,,
ny made by head, t Vr ptioM.
UilJtri(i fur sample..- ' ..
., ' A. B. r. WILL.!. -
Llttl Kir, Bimat toaaty, Ii mii wnth f Kn?itt and
eaatot Jfar.iU. ...
robraary S ..t s . ' ,
WAS TED7FAH2t3T OR JES T..TT
WE HAVE S EVER.V L A J P L I C A-
1 1 IlOXi Im htm 1"T tb n- y-mr, tnmt jm. ar arcn.
tomj toa.eey Tarivty of famii?- frnit, grate, ffj-k nd dai
ry farms. Lead owb-ra wlitiin ri t-naxt. t,.,r,. r;j
ea as. -twirtr ,. . MLMO.M p:7wjLIi.
WAST TO PUJLCHASE .
PROM THREE TO SIX HUNDRED
A. Acrea good J armiig jtad, wiik om mill pruiwrtr or
good staler power cor.iie't'Ml. Aay on-lialaf .wth irirty
Ut sale wUl wntn UK. VolU's, Lampin,Mrtruity,l
describing the prrty, lCHlta and frms.
JtZ" . - f VORi K.
OF MY SON WM. PASCAL McGKK,
and two du;ht.r., IU-11 and faifr finny MrOe
My son w ia the M Koas C-ord InUntry, '..mi.auT It'
Ay ii.rral.un eonrernin; nther -.t 11,. m m.W l,a tt.ankfiiU
ij rniTi. 1 wa. n.rmTi j a 'TYaiit or Mr.. J.me l.illc
of Lonirvill., Thn, A i 1-i J St ii. i.tl'
mar-"-lm 8..a Ka..aiii.. r,
INFORMATION IS WANTED OF THE
X. "net of Kia" to r.mabeil, rrnll;er, h formerly
lisd ia TenntMw, aisrri.d a u-u by the m ..f Thorns,
from wl.ons !. parted. In ln nni,n n;,m.d TinU. V.n:l
grap..1 1 Mimonrl, aad tiw known by ihrt nmne ,.f arth.
tr. If Imi baa brnlhm, l-t.-r, or lb.-r Imnr lirlef and
tbey will r..mmniat. with me, I wilt nl th.ni in !.....'l,icB
of Inf .rmnUun in reyrd to r-al -.ute thl U,r will Inlieril
wnr'h ?l'i.n,. ten ll.nn.in.1 ...!lr A l lr.
1 pr'""M . rrultliii, Macon toaute,)), C.
See rainark mad hi hi. rBi,.i. m n..n .
rLy.iciaa aod aaember f tk Ror.l foil... f a f ..
land, and pubii.li-d ia the TriaaiioU .r .1..
!ee Mwiico-Chiruril. al K.l-w. ,uki,.i.iva.
Trarera, fellow f K,,.., , ... 1, ""J"""
O TRACT BUCHU.
Sv'.Ubg uU Drug-j yti. . ;
riscirAL brroT-' ; '' '
DRUO AND CHEMICAL WARrnOUSE,
No. 5'Jl Broadway,
: , iau . ; - .
No.' ifJl SuuUi Tenth fetntt,
- - . - I'HiLADitraiA, Pa.
. PURE UQTJOHS.
4 1 i - 1 t '
1 ! t i a. i
i 'W- -
-Ii.ny d,,i4aa.l for tm g.
MEDICAL FR0FZ2SICIT aadti9 rAlLY.
AN OLD AND PUHE CXT.
M'.lra.t that our .tal.!il,d ret.ulali.,a-foondl apou
Kl.ty-fiirl.t yars f .n,ri,.K.:.. .iw,.-.,M
Pot np ia eaxn, eonaihia, Uad-t bottle erh,odld k.
I .miainst lru?;i.., tirw-er., Ae.
ttLM,J.ed 1T7M fcil importer.
No. i ; B..r Siroat. lrk. -r
r ...le t.y r. J. inf.,,,! A Co., KnoiI!l; Tsun.
OpinlONw of the Pi-eaa.
ttii Ut anm
The boiM. of A. M. P.nli r.r Jr r v.. 1
has nUlll,t fc.f a p. ri-K oi ri-iay m
aiay woll U !.!. ,1. S. .vew foat'.
No. 1 Hr,.r Street, have a srT hiKV
tl tin. ihe..llr.t and b-t home In h.w Vora.
FRENCH BURR PORTABLE GRIST
WOIl CO UN MEAL, VVIIKAT FLOUR-
-' I V(, and ?t.rk IV,,
M QUEEN OF T1IE SOUTH."
Alao C. liihj appamtiK. Hmnitn and Mill w.irk tenialW.
Thete mill. ar. bmlt friu i tn.ioe .. kr.n. k Jt Jtn ' ef
a uujw.rtiii Hut n....ih. r !., vmln.j fcr a n
arriptire pni lil. I
Ail.lri- 'if cull t.a
1-i n( S TH IIB t I ,.,
"" jrn. r r J In n I I'ronl Si p;tf,