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BROWKLOW & EAS, Publishers.
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Ok Knox County.
FOR CONGRESS, . j
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IIKJIXIYKJJlJ Jill x. ixiaw, ,
Or Knox Covntt
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For Superintendent of Public Infitruc-
JOHN EATON,' ".III.,
Or Shelby Count v.
For State Senator,
R. P. HAT ON, j
Or K"ANE Coi ntv. j
FOR REPRESENTATIVE, 7
LYXXYILLK .M. MYNATT,
Ok Knox County. )
For Joint Representative,
Or Sevier Covstt. .
Attacks on Horace Maynard. ;
The Itebol pnrty ook to tnako personal iMi in
every important rneo in the Stale,, by getting uy
old i'uo tho rwT!c rre n'll,in b'1- Thi Js
done to avoid the truo and only fcsue Ic-fore U10
country, which is loyalty and disloyalty. Are you
a Union man or a Rebel ? is the question. This
the candidate of the rel.nl T? Aod Tbcir at"
tn k! upon Maynard are made with a view to con
ceal the fact that John "Williams i the candidate of
the rebel party, and runs at the insUncd of Andrm
On the first Thursday of August, .Horace May
nard will bent John Williams by about eight thou
The truth is neither "Williams or his friends ex
pert Maynard to be defeated.
In opping him the purrwwe i pimply to divide
the Union party and keep up the rclwl organisa
tion for a future contort.
So far as dividing the Union party, by running
Williams, it is mere bosh. John Williams will not
receive in the entire rlintrict one hundred votes
which I-ham G. Ilarris would not get. He will
get the vote of the JUbol Copperhead party and
nothing more. Ho will get the vote of that class
of men who endorsed him in endorsing the Chica
go platform on which McClellan ran for the Presi
dency, and which demanded an immediate rela
tion of hostilities, nflcring corrpromises to armed
traitors and deviitring the war for the Union a
Williama will get the votes of that class of men
who endorsed him in .-ppohing the re-election of
Abraham Lincoln and d.-nouncing him a a usur
per and tyrant. t v
Th people of this Concretion at District know
Horse Maynard, and have implicit confidence in
his integnty and loyalty. They also know that he
i the flriend of THJC rKorLK. That hi sympa
thies are w ith the poor men, the mechanics and day
)aWrers of the country.
. I . 1 Vt kru1fHL William
Marnard attenawi v x.-,,.-.
:ointinenl at Center, on Monday the 15th inft.
demanded a fcearinp, but was refused, though in his
own Congressional district. Thi is conserve tire free
speech, and by a party that challenges discuasion!
Ktheridge and Williams occupied cearly four hours,
And when Maynard came to reply, and to expoae
their reckless assertions and false charges, instead of
remaining, the proof of what they had recklessly
and basely asserted, they mounted their horsea and
fled, like giierrnirtsj These are, ftemei Maynard ,
is afraid to meet !
At Madisonville, the next day, a large crowd be
ing present, these men refused Maynard a hearing
again. 1 no crowd aiviaeu, buu t-utj iuiun 1 ioiu
ed the elegant tlacd to the relwls that had been
erected by the Union League for the 4th, and with
drew to a separate place. A rain came on, and the
guerrilla party, not fond of rain, took refuge in a
Church, and whilst f peeking there the Radical took
possession of the eland and filled the teats. The
rebol.fi came out and demanded a. surrender cf the
eland lind KaU,,' which wus promptly refused, and
Maynard spoke on, lashing the whole party right
and left! It was whispered about that there were
two hundred rebels armed, and the fact was soon
ascertained that there were more than two hundred
Union wen in the same 1J and that tbey would
maintain their rights.
The work was done up well at Madieonville, and
the Union men were victorious in all respects.
They met the enemy resolutely, and this they in
tend to do on all occasions. These rebels drove us
throiigU the mountains into Kentucky in 1861, and
now, uader the lead of pretended Union men, they
seek to drive us from the State again. We will die
first, and let us show the enemy this truth whenever
they meet us.
" If, according to Joha William's opinion, as gath
ered from his wandering and frantic remarks, rrade
last Thursday night in front of the Lamar House,
Horace, alias Zadok Maynard, is a despicable liar,
unprincipled coward, mean tcalawag, and bo gen
tleman, what estimate will he place on himself
about the 2d day of August, whan this same Zadok
" Monstrosity " has beaten hira in a fair contest be
fore the people, some fi.OOO or 8,000 votes ? 1
Terhaps his friend cf the Fret Press has by this
time coUfdfd enough of hitnttlf to answer for him.
. Come, John, up to the work, and don't allow
yourself to be horn-tnoygkd off nary any
more - o i ' " i i ? i
This is a free country." Every roan ought to have
the right to speak when he can.
' ' ' Observer.
Gen. Grant Spenilng Ont.
Gen. Grant sap that the milita at present being
organized in JIaryland, is a force in direct hostility
to the Union. That is true, and we are glad to hear
Gen. Grant spak out, though it will bring down
upon him the curses of the Administration, and the
abuse of the whole Conservative party. This now
ly organized rebel party are preparing for another
rebellion. The Union party will have them to whip
again ; and then many of these Conservatives will
bo getting up proof to show that they ' were Radi
cal ; - ' ' " '
Words or Advice.
If the tebels of l" Congressional District wifh
to render John Willia.ns real service, let them get
up proof and circulate it br"adfst, showing that he
is nt the candidate of the rebel party, and that aM
who favored the firing upon Fori Sufo(T, Jo net
fTor his election. Let them' show that ho is not
now the candidate of the defunct ,-laveotf-atie party
of this dihtri. t; and that ho was not a "McClellan
Elector in the lute l'rcsiderrtial cU'clion,' standing
square-toed upon the Chicago riatform. myiag the
war was a failure, and no irt.Tn money'- to carry it
on ! '
Uverv reVfil paper in the Stat, edil.M by a trai
ler that was in tho reln-l army is out for John, and
in opposition to Horace. We are to judge of poli
ticians by the fompsny they keep, and of candidates
hv men who bring thorn out. W hnt convention of the
lTnion men of this di tnct rrougni .ionn n i.na....
..ut He was brought in a lack room in Knoxvillc.
is obedience lo Copperhead orders from Washing
ton 1 .
y one who will be at the trouble to
look the field over in this State, will find
that the p;imc bitter, disloysil traitors who
edited papers before the war, and contribu
ted so' largely towards plunging the coun
try into rebellion, arc now conducting the
amc infamous sheets, laboring to break up
the State Government, and involve Tennes
see in civil war. In Middle and West Ten
nessee. V a general thing, they are paroled
traitors', who actually served' in the 'rebel
annv in one capacity or another. They
hate the Covcrnraent, and they hate loyrd
mcn,',aud their winh arid aim is to destroy
both. In Kant Tennessee, the rebel papers
are conducted by former rebels and desert
ers from tlie Union party, who, have been
bought for a price! The people are talking
these points over, and fully, appreciating
this lass of men. i
Public II aranjruc.
As had lMn previously announced, Conrlilulioa
1 John Williams harangued a small crowd in front
the Uinar House, yesterday evening. The only
remarkable thing connected with tho harrangue,
was an utter disregar J fur all decency and propriety,
by indulging Jtt a low and mnlignant strain of per
sonal, abuso towanla hw rompetitor, Mr. llaj nnrd.
He made the mot unscrupulous charges, without
any attempt at supporting them with facts. ITe
charged that Maynard wa follow ins ISlherHge irt
his app'intmcnts through KastTeiin.vs-e, knowing
tfcat he was not regarded as a gentleni sn, nd on
MMentlv could not get a divUicn of time, but i-nly
hoped to diTide the crowd and prevent an exposure.
tfore his friends by EthcriJge.
ne asked why Governor Brownlow was not with
Etheridge, and inidnualol that it was lia.-aiisc he
was afraid to meet him in debate. N'ow, this is all
too ridicuhus to reqaire any notiins at our hands.
Jfol a single man of intelligence in the Stnte,
whether Conservative or Kadiel, believe that thero
a word of truth in the charge.
He frankly told the colored men tht he had vo
ted against their emancipation and that he w as op
rosed k it throughout, and that in the coming elec
tion they ought noMo voto at all. 1 lie intimated
tkat this was a white man's government, and that
Threatened with the Law. ,
The Rebels are threatening the Radicals with the
law after the election, forgetting that the law can
be resorted toby the Union party likewise. Let
our friends keep the names of all who offer them
libts, or who seek to intimidate them, and let the
GrRnd Jury pas upon their cases. - It is strange
that these traitors should wish to go before our
"corrupt and incompetent Judges,'' with prosecu
tion against Radicals 1 " ' -.
Jlajnard and Etheridge. -
As usual, Etheridge refused todivide time
with Maynard at Seviervillcand Dandridgc,
Dii the "round that the latter was a d d
rascal ! -The result was, that the people di
vided, and the voters, five to one, went with
Maynard,. and the disfranchised' rebels
fWled to the standard of the Washington
City gambler. The rebels are welcome to
all the votes that Etheridge. and Williams
can make by their coarse abuse of Mayaard
and hU sons. And if a d d rascal can
beat Williams Jen thousand votes in this
district, what could tin accomplished gen
Who Is He? 0 T :
In that famous u harangue,' in front of the U
mar Hou'e, on Thursday r.jght, John Williams de
voted a portion of his time, in an affectionate afyle,
(for him) in addressing tho "niters."
; He frankly told thorn he bad opposed their eman
cipation and freedom, and gave as his reason for so
doing that be "owned a good many of them," and
nays he, " When you strike into a man'n pocket,
j ou bit his principles."
Wonder if this is the same "honest John Wil
liams'' the Free Frt' man is parading before this
community as the " people's man," and the one so
well fitted to represent them in the United States
Congress ? -v
Would it l proper to ask the ' Fret man"
what his conception of political honesty is T
Speaktn? at Campbell's Station.
tlcoU-i man should have nothing to do with it. , j I The JJadicaU hid a grand demonstration
But w will nut attempt "l- give an outline of j at i'amilciri Station, in the lower end of
Knox countv, last Saturday. There was u
Het John's harran-ue tf one hour and a half,
in which he made use of the pronoun of the first
person a vast number of limes, and attempted to
pe mrroa ttheridge in some minor particulars.
ILs wu particultrly severe on the Rough" of
Maryvill, nd inUmrtted that decency was at a K'w
ebb la the devoUd old county c-f J51ui.nl. He was
occasionally cheered, mostly by d'fanchiMvl relwls.
The Mob spirit. . -
The mob spirit in show ing iu)h among
tho ConservHtivci cf Knox ..county." Cer
tain disfranchised rebels have Vccrt hoard
to threaten that they would haw certificate
to vote or fight. In conuonce of these
thraU, the Commise.iorcr of Uegibtratton
large turn out of the people,- and ppeeches
wore made by Dr. Mynatt and John R.
Hughes. The old 10thDistrict is all right,
and will roll up the right sort of majority
on the first of August.
I'oblic Fpcakln?at Clinton, Jul j 30th,
The KaoxvTJe and Kentucky Railroad Company
iU run an excursion train from Knoxville to
Clinton on the 30th inf-t, for the purpose of giving
those tiiir.iins of this plare who may desire it an
opportunity to hear the public speaking at Cliclon
onthatdsy. The train will leave the foot of Gay
street at 8 A. M., and returning leave Clinton at b
T t M .-vrt no V. . I V-V1 a
wa, furnished wth a itucl lo rrol0ct hi tk.k(u win JS
viiiiin iuv nnynii lucy Will Vote I - T m
now i w
election, ..r Mood
etill all Mich iulnt men that
y un.pv i, ,r,., 0 iU ,.t XnU.s ., Ih
oven to the shed
t'iii..i, mi'ii al'.-nc in .
that th.y d-,n t int.-nd ,., i. ,,U) (n r
rebel traitors or any im,,,),,.,. (ll (,
ans. Mark well Mhat m- K,y i
Ging ei i.Imo.1. Tl)
tend to act on uu-
Who are They ?
W ho tiro in -1 active in trying to promote
1ho IJcWl lh nivcnitic iaue in Teniu-asoc ?
All disfranchised rebels. old traitors who
aided in bringing ,n tho war, and nil dc-
t'nloa Ball) at 3Iarket.f
Governor Brownlow will Speak.
j ' -1 :
At New Market, on Saturday the 27th
inBt.Jthere will be a Grand Rally and Mass
Meeting of the Radical Unionists of Jeffer
The health of Gov. jfJrownlow has; im
proved so. much during the past few vweek8
that he is able to make a short eneech, and
he has positively promised to bo at New
Market. Gen. L. S. Trowbridge, Col. D.
M Nelson, and -the editor of this paper,
will also bo on hand and ppeak.
It is reported to us upon good authority
that the rebels intend a large use of forged
certificates in Hawkins eounty, on tho day
of the election. : - If tho Commissioner has
done his duty in the appointment of Judges,
they will be met, and the conspirators will
be defeated. Let our men look out detect
some of them in voting upon forged certifi
cates, and send them to the penitentiary as
a warning to other rascals.. - Look out for
these parties, and catch the leaders, if you
can 1 - , :
Maynard and Sons.
Coi. Williams denounces Maynard and
his two sons for skulking from danger du
ring the siege of Knoxville Maynard't
two sons wero in the Federal service, and
the elder eon, a Lieutenant Colonel, fought
through the war; but the sons of Col.-W il
liams remained at home. They could not
well fight against the rebel army, for their
relatives were all on that side. You protect
us and we will protect you ! Who played
this game? The people understand it well,
and their votes will.ehow that they under
stand it. - - : : - . f
Nailing a Liar to the Counter, j
That arch traitor, B. Frazier, has been telling that
the Governor once prosecuted a man in the Knox
County Circuit Court for horse-stealing proved
him guilty, and recently turned round and commis
sioned the same man as Circuit Judce. There is.
not one word of truth in the whole statement, and
the Records of the Court will prove this man
Frazier to be a wilful, malicious, and unmitigated
liar. ' The miserable old rebel seeks, in this way; to
make the public fcrget the impeachment of hia
brother Tom, whom he assisted to involve in the dis
graceful conduct that ruined him l .
The Franchise law requires that every
candidate tor office should take and forward
to the Secretary of State the candidate's
Our Union friends must be careful to
comply-with tho law. .
The Question Answered.
" Our deluded neighbor, Col. Williams, asks 'the
question in his Thursday night speech" Why
don't Brownlow go out and speak ? ' Wo give two
reasons for the Governor, either of which is a suffi
cient excuse. First, for tho want of voice, he could
not be heard five steps distant; and next, ho feels
able to lie on his back and beat any man the Rebel
pnrty can get to oppose him. ! j ' ' : " j
The Etheridge organs are already claiming the
power to disfranchise the negroes. The Momphis
Appeal asks : 1
But how does it follow that, tecau?e the negro is
for the preeen t to vote, therefore we must guaran
tee to him the right to do so in perpetuity. Shall
we therefore denude ourselves of all power hereaf
ter to undo the mischief thus done, and so make a
temporary evil chronic and permanent?
No sensible colored man will follow the. hireling
Joe Williams into the Conservative camp and sell
himself again into slavery.
-' The Candidate's Oath.
The law requires that every candidate for Con
gress and the Legislature in this State, take and
ubscribe the Candidate's Oath, before some Justice,
and tile the same in the office of the Secretary of
State before the day of the election. Wo have re
peatedly published this fact, the oath and the law,
and if candidates neglect it, it is their lookout.
On the 17th inst., the Governor commis
sioned the following named gentlemen Di
rectors on the part of the State for the Cin
cinnate, Cumberland Gap and Charleston
Railroad, and forwarded their commissions
by mail on the day they were commission
ed : T. N. Horner, Joseph Brown, S. M.
Sawyers, Thomas McDermott, W, S. Recce,
Robert C. Black, John Murphy. : i ; ,
Rebel Slanders Misrepresentations of
Tho Free Press of this city has published,
on the authority of the Kingston Ecut Ten
nesseenn; that on Monday, the 15th instant,
Lieut. Joseph M. Alexander, commanding
detachment of the -'State Guards " at Lou
don, had committed a great outrage on the
person of ono malignant scoundrel, Bob
Viars, a rebel who was too cowardly to fight
j for the principles he advocated during the
war, and now advocates, but furnished a
substitute. Elsewhere, from Lieut. Alex
ander,' tre publish, undes the caption of
Rebel Roorbacks," a Card, in which he
exposes these vilo senders published jnthc
Kingston and Knoxville rebel papers.'
Since the reception of Lieut. Alexander's
letter, he has been tried by the civil author
ities, and the suit withdrawn by the rebel
prosecutor, he (the prosecutor) paying tho
The Deputy Sheriff of tho county, D. C.
Sparks, and J. W. Robinson, Justice of the
Teace, who tried the cause, have both writ
ten us corroborating our statement.
Tho vile calumny on the militia at Lou
don shows what misrepresentations may be
expected of the rebel papers on the eve of the
Card from D. F. Harrison.
Locnos, Tcnn, Jul- 15th, 1867
Cui. Juhn R. Urotonloic :
Peak Sir: Will you do me the favor to withr
draw my announcement as a candidate for the
Senate, and publish the following : I have promised
my friends everywhere that in the event a Conser
vative candidate wr.ie into the field, rather than
jeopardise the interest of the party to which I be
longed, I would withdraw from tho race, and as I
learn one Mn Rodgen, of Knox county, (one who,
I presume is reckoning without his host) has declar
ed Lircifilf t candidate in a very Conservative man
ner, I now comply with my promise, and in doing
so I take this occasion to return my sincere thanks
to those of my friends who have stood firm in my
support, amidst the denunciations and abuf some
: Union Soldiers for, Etheridge.
, So Etheridge claim. Speiee Bona at Jladison
viile, huzzad for Jeff Pa". ' d tha
shade over Etheridge 1 ' .Not one of tceai wno
would not vote for Mam Guerrilla llama r ice
Former Certificates Good.
, Tlo.rebcfe'we trying'" to create the im
pression that. former, certificates by Com
missioners are. yoid. The 8th section of tho
late Franchise law spikes that gun :
Sec. 8. Be it further enacted, That all cer
tificates heretofore issued by Clerks of the
County Courts, under the provisions of the
Act passed Juno 5, 1S65, are held null and
void, and shall not be used, at any future
election in this State; Pro tided, that all
certificates of registration; legally issued by
Comraissiouers of Registration, by virtue
of the provisions of the Act passed May ; 3,
1866, shall bo deemed good and valid, to
entitle each person'so legally registered, to
the privileges of the elective franchise. '
Rebel Roorbacks."' ;
Editor of East Tennesseean ' V". '" ",
SiR :: In your issue of the l$th' inst. ap
pears an article headed, " The Militia' at
Loudon'.', The first paragraph states :
Wo have' jast been informed of a difficulty
that took place at the above place on Mon
day last between Jo. Alexander, a Militia
Captain, and one cf the citizens, which, if
true, greatly reflects on the Stato Militia."
Deeming it proper ("from no other consid
eration) that the loyal citizens of Tennes
see should know the facts, I will condescend
toiiotice the falsehoods of tho rebel dynas
ty at Loudon Conservatives, Copperheads,
policy men (in a nutshell) Rebels. I will
proceed, first, with Roorback No. 1, Jo.
Alexander is not a Captain, but a Lieu
tenant of fifty'men. Roorback JSo. 2, Jo.
Alexander has had no difficulty with (of a
personal character) Bob Viars, instead as
published ." S. Viars." I had him arrested
for insurrectionary' and treasonable threats
said.tbat he would raise a company and
run the. State Guards out of. Loudon ; that
they were low-flung: A majority of the
Guards fonght through tho war against
treason. n;I repremanded Yiars, and stated
tho folly of such an attempt to involve de
luded men in making an attack aiid be
fired into by fifty muskets. He; is a rebel
of low instincts, and was throughout the
war, and ia still so, and would head a mob
to tear down the stars and stripes if he had
the courage. While in camps he threaten
ed me, and it was 'with much difficulty I
could restrain the men from putting him
through. In the melee he received a slight
scratch,' and was turned loose. Roorback
No. 3. He was not released upon the' "re
monstrance of citizens," but upon my own
responsibility I turned him loose after being
in custody a short time". Roorback No. 4.
1 have not resisted, by force or otherwise,
a civil arrest, and will not do so; but when
tried before rebel sympathizers will appeal
to a higher adjudication. I learn the suit
has been Withdrawn. Roorback No. 6. It
is faWc that I issued orders to regulate the
business , of the" town had a right, and
did so, in regard to my men, issue an order
to the grocery -keepers 'riot to sell them
liquor, to incite them to disturb citizens.
The low fling of "hallucination," &c, that
I conceived my power co-equal with a Mil
itary District Commander, is n pitiful sub
terfuge to aid misrepresentation. The only
u hallucination " that impressed nie was, the
reflection that, during the reign of terror
throughout: the State1 in "1861, and up
to 'the close of the late war, under' the
rebel militia bill of 55,000 rebels, backed by
twenty million of dollars to force the State
out at the point of the bayonet, and that
rebels in 1867 should attack Union men in
procession, -and State Guards,' appointed to
protect the ballot box 'and. hold J;he State
safe against treason and insurrection.
Mr .""Editor,. I doubt not 'the synopsis1 of
falsehoods furnished you 'from Loudon was
gotten up by enemies of the State Govern
ment, some disappointed aspirants and dis
franchised rebels for treason, who are now
writhing mentally with the lashings of con
scious perjury for a violation of their oaths
to sustain the U. S. Government. : ' -
I leavo with my company for Middle
Tennessee under orders on the 22d instant,
with other East Tennessee Stale Guards.
Loyal East Tennessccans can protect the
ballot box without State Guards, as they did
in June,' 1861, .with rebel bayonets around
them.1 In conclusion, I claim the right to
be heard through your journal. I hope you
will do justice, and accord to me that right
to expose falsehoods. ,r
I have sent a duplicate transcript to the
Knoxville Whig for publication.
J. M. Alexander.
Loudon, Tcnn..', July, 20th, 1SC7.
- Taziwili, Tenn., June 15th, 1807.
Gov Wn. G. Brownlow : ' :
Something has been said in the newspapers about
a rebel attack in . Tazewell, lapon" Captain J. R.
Evans, and it is intimated that there were no ground
for in. ;: . 'i : ,- : ' . ; .
Now, I think it jut and due to Captain Evans to
say, for the truth warrants me in. doing so, that
Captain Evans had good grounds for his communi
cation to you on the subject. "Jlis mother and wife
received information early in the morning from the
colored people that, during the night before, one
William Fugate, "who has for some time been on the
scout to prevent arret by the 8heridl with some
f eoven or eight men came into Tazewell" while the
citizens were asleep, gnd paraded the streets, threat
ening Captain Evans, nd saying they intended to
eonvj and call him out and shoot hira. Upon re
ceiving this information bis mother immediately
sent a dispatch to him at llorriotown. This wa;
the information upon which the paptain acted.
I intend getting the" particular facta from the
witnesses . and f urnish them. I do this la jus
sice to Captain Evans, who certainly did nothin"
wrong under the circumstances. .
. ' ' ' . CoSSgRYATrVE.
An official order 'of the. Mexican Government,
addressed to Escobedo, throws considerable light on
the probable disposition of the Imperialist priso
ners. After reciting the fact that, according to the
Mexican law, the captives are all deserving of
death, the order divides them into different classes.
All the Generals of brigades, and threo specially
obnoxious Colonels, will be tried by court martial
under one count. Under another indictment are in
cluded all the officers who have been prominent in
enforcing Maximilian's cruel act fur the execution
of Liberal prisoners as guerrillas. Under still an
other indictment are classed Maximilian's Minister
Aguirre, the prefect of Queretaro, and the Commis
sary of the Imperial army. The names of the last
would indicate that they are renegade Mexicans.
All the other prisoners are to ba spared the penalty
of death. Colonels are to be imprisoned sic years;
Lieutenant Colonels five, commanders four, and
Captains two years. ' Lieutenants and Sub-Lieutenants
of Mexican birth will not beimprisonad, if
tbey behave well, but simply be subjected for two
years to the vigilance of the authorities of the
place in which they choose to res-ide. Onkers of
the same grade of foreign birth may remain priso
ners for two years, or receive pasiporta to quit the
country. The same treatment is extended to the
civil employees of Maximilian. The rank and file
of the foreign troops will be sent out of the conn
try. Any of these prisoners, who are proved to be
guilty of any heinous crimes, will be tried and pun
ished for it. Those imprisoned or remaining under
vigilance are to be deprived of the right of Mexi
can citizens until they obtain express rehabilitation
from the General Government.
It is often said by Conservative politicians that
a military government would be preferable to the
many instance?, occupied doubtful pc-itioas during j Present SUto G-3'" Let us quote Mom-
In the Fourth Senatorial District, S. G. Tslaier,
of Union county, is the rebel candidate for Slate
(Senator. JIa has been oppose! by DaWttt C. Sen
ter, nominee of the Radical party, and Rjuben
Rogers, independent Radical candidato. On Fri
day lnet, Col. Regers withdrew from the race, leav
ing the t'ack to rJenter.- Ben tor will b elected by
several thousand majority. Mo truer, better man
than Soriter could be elected.
-In the Floatorial District of Anderson :id Camp
boll. I". C. Wallace is the Rebel candidate. , Un
til a few days since there were four or five Radical
candidates. . All have withdrawn save the recog
nized candidate of our Radical party, Col. James
A ""Doughty'. The unflinching, unselfish patriot
Dought, deserves as ho will reca ive, the unani
mous support of the Union party.
. . ' Speaking at Maryvllle.
. . '. v., Mai.y vills, Julylfitb, 1867.: .
Editors Kiwxv&ie Whig 'a ?' . '-! -' " ;' ' -" ! -Gent:
Feeling tbut you, and your many thou
sand loyal readers, would be glad to know the truth
of how t he speaking went off in our quiet little vil
lage ffilary villa oa yesterday," I. have concluded
to give ou a few; of the particulars of tbe u.ug
here as they traes'pind. The day was inclined, to
be cloudy, and at an early hour the people began to
assemble from all parts of the country. 'About ten
o'clock ii. party cf sne 400, ounted men. turned
out 1,0 Meet Mr,Mayrtard, prcfctjcding out the Knox
ville road fo'where it crosses; the railroad"? near' one
mile from'. the Court. House, where th.;y met tha
chaiflpioBMfr Maynard, and escorted him into towr
amid the prolonged cheers of the mass of loyal peo
pie who had by this time assembled abot.t tha Court
House., Aficr lhi ret eplion of Mr. Jlajnard had
quieted down, the uXkntervai' began to organize an
escort to go to meet Etheridge and " Cutistitutiouat
John Williams" After tbey had completed the
organization,' they ".turned oulabout fifty strong
with colors flying and drums healing , to nieot tho
aforesaid gentlemen,' (tho majority of the escort
consisting of disfranchised gentlemen, such as es
corted Etheridge thruugh Franklin not long since,)
there being about trr enty voters in. the precession
They had not bees' gone exceeding thirty minutes
until the sound of the marshal music wa3 heard in
the distance returning. As the procestio;i passed
in front of tha Court House, where an immense
crowd of loyal men had assembled, three cheers
were proposed for Gov. Brownlow, which were re-(
sponded to with a voice such as none but loyal men-
can utter, Tha procession then passed on down the
street in the direction of the hotel, and turned and
came back up the street. Upon the head of the
procesdon reaching where the Radical loyal crowd
were, (numbering at Ifast 1,000,) three groans were
proposed for Emerson Etheridge, which were also
heartily responded to, to such an extent that the es
cort about faced and dispersed. Thereupon one Dr.
James Bond (who is one of the disfranchised gen
tlemen, and ha3 been residing in South Carolina for
several years,) remarked in the crowd that the
"whitfr people hadn't, tbe decency of brutes," or
something to that effect-., hej Bond, being an Ether
idge man. Some of these loyal boys who had been
fighting for the Union while he was plotting trea
son against it, heard him make the remark, and
surrounded him, and soon " sileneed his battery "
didn't hurt him, but gave him to understand ho
couldn't talk in that manner there. "Etheridge and
" Constitutional JoLn Williams " were then waited
upon by Col. David Nelson, and requested a divis
ion of time for Mr. Maynard, which, as at Madison
ville.on the day before, was refused. The people
then repaired to the grove in rear of the Female In
stitute, and Col. Nelson made known tbe result of
his mission for a division of time, when the loyal
people of glorious old Blount," true to the princi
ples for which they fought in the late rebellion, de
cided to divide the crowd, when Mr. Maynard was
Introduced by Col. Nelson, amid the cheers of the
loyal men around him, who were not a few in cum
ber. . Some ono in the crowd saw the name of Eth
eridge inscribed upon one of the flags over the stand,
and yelled out, "Take that name off that fiV,'
which was immediately done,: a 'Without Uhe' firing
of a single "gun."' Mr. Maynard then proceeded to
address the large assembly in ono of his most teiling
and powerful speeches, showing up, to the perfect
satisfaction of all impartial minds, the history of the
Conservative party, and the Conservative candi
dates, who are now asking the loyal people to put
them into office. After he had concluded, Colonel
David Nelson was called for, who ascended the
Stand and acquitted himself nobly: ; ' -' :
'When Etheridge and Williams learned thnt Mr.
Maynard had possession of the stand and was speak
ing, they returned to the residence of Frank Hood,
where, In front of his residence, they proceeded to
harangue a respectable crowd "of citizens, a large
majority of whom were Radicals, and lor Brown
low aud Maynard, who made their preference known
by repeated and prolonged "cheers for Brownlow
and Maynard; Etheridge leading off in the discus
sion of two hours more or lees, the principal por
tion of his speech consisting of .his appeals to the
loyal men to restore the rights of the elective fran
chise upon the disfranchised rebels, who, in tho
breaking out of tbe war, told loyal men they could
not live in thie country, and ra.vle their words good
by causing thousands of East Tennessee's noble sons
to leave tbeir homes and flee across the mountains
for protection, and casting many of the old men of
the country into prisons, and there permitting tbetn
to die of starvation, and disease; virtually asking '
us to put the State Government into the hands of
these men again; and what time he did not occupy
advocating the cause of hi rebel, friends, he con
sumed in denouncing Gov. Brownlow and the State
Government. When he had done, he retired amid
the groans of at least two-thirds of the crowd he
had been speaking to. 't Then come on fur hearing
"Constitutional John Williams,". .who foamed and
sindered, denounced Brownlow and the State Gov
ernment and Maynard, &c, &c. During the tima
of his speech, he informed the people, lo thwir great
satisfaction, that ."Andrew Jackson was Abetter
mas than Johrf A. Murrell and that hs, John
Williams, like- o take 'a dram occasionally, or
something to that amount.'. His speech was inter
rupted very often with rousiegcheera for Bruvnlow
and Maynard. A stranger would have oorae to the
conclusion that the people of Blotmt county 41 bad
Broiriilovv and Maynard. on the brain." .This is
about the amount . of " Constitutional John's "
speech. I have been informed that from some cause
or other, one of .William friendi, ho was upon or
pear the stand, got into a depute with an old col
ored gentleman in the crowd, and drew his pistol to
shoot the f Old Uncle," when the loyal men who
bad been listening to the harangues of Elhsridge
and Williams, made a charge upon the stand and
swept it clean of "Williams and his friend.
So ended Ethoridge's and " Constitution! John
"Williams' " speuking in Maryvillo, ani I iuiagino
that they came to tbe conclusion, that they hadn't
made more than their rent. . -
Thi is also a faint picture of the Radical fueling
in this county. On the 1st day of August, Blount
county will vote the same way her roble sons used
to shoot. She is undoubtedly O. K. Labled Brown
low, Maynard, and the entire Radical ticket, by such
an overwhelming majority that will teach rebeli
and their sympathisers that we intend, at least in
the "State of Blount county ,n to carry out u Masy
Andy's" doctrine while Military Governor of Ten
ncfsee, that "Loyalty muit be respected, and trea
son made odiou, and traitors take back seats in the
work of reconstruction." u
. . . . I am, very respectfully,". " !
' ; A LATB 1'ZDIKAX. SoLCJErt.
VfolBisaiifl Teanessge Air IkTiaV
SPECIAL TE20UC-H TA3HP 03 HEAt
UiiUJL KNOXVILLE AND ALL ST i
To N,w York at W cents tn-r bnah-l " "Ullro :
" i i """"I pnia at 5U cn u pr
- TBaltimoratm cents per bt
FOLK WITU jIT i.llASH ; , T '"'
Through bills of ladinsl goaninUwiaz abn. ...
, . - ISAAC BE.VSON
a i-, y fife v o. HOIblE,
Another Blow. ' , i A v KIT
We fear that the relet journals will drq Ga.i:
Grant like a hot potato ifter the puKIcaticncf t!i9
lata bstcu of military; dispatches :V . ' i
It seemi that af.er Gov. Jenkins' liddrosi to the
pooploof Georgia, in which he advised tion-actioa
imrW the military bill, and durin? his ibsence in
. . . ? . .. .. I in J"W lor at 5fi rent. tu.. 1
"VVashingtonwhere was urging injunctioa appu-J To rhiladdphiaatwntir raX'i.
canons, Uuti. ropu went su lar a;i 10 write an oruor "iurwmewitper bewtiet,
deposing him from omce, witnout naming tis suc
cessor, which he forwarded to Gen. Grant for his ap
proval. Before receiving any reply, however, Go.
Jenkins returned and made such explanations and
p'ftdges to Gen. Pope that he withdrew the contem
plated order. Gen. Grant forwarded the order to
in Secretary of "'ar ith tha iollowing indorse
ments r-": i : 1 . '::Jrl '
" Respectfully forwarded to the Secretary of War
for his information. The telegraphic dispatch
herein inclosed shows that Gov," Jenkins," of Geor
gia, has given such pledges to the Commander of
th5 Third District as. to induce him to withhold for
the present the suspension of the Governor. The
conduct of Gov." Jenkin j demonstrates, however,
bow possible it id for discontented civil officers of
reconstructed States to defeat the law3 of Congress
if the power does tot rest with district command,
ers to suspend their function., ini some way. It
jeems clour to me that power is given in the bill for
tbo mora efficient government of the rebel States,
lo use or not, at pleasure of commander, the provis
ional machinery set up without the authority of
Congress in Stales to which iho reconstruction act
applies. .Tbisre being -Inibt, however, on that
point, I respectfully ask an early opinion on the
subject. If the power of removal does not exist
with district cemm indent,' then it will, become ne
cessary, to lake refuge under that section of the bill
which authorizes military commissions.
. U. S. Grakt, General'. -When
'wa consid'-r that Genert.1 Thomas has a stiH
worse opinion of Tennessee robe's, than Gen. Grant
has of Georgia, rebels, wa may "guess . how . much
comfort the Etheridge organs wiil get from tho for
mer in their war upon tho State Guards. The best
of it is ihnl General Thomas understands Elheridge
aupr. E r.auj Va. K..!
J- ". GOOKWYS. i-
upt. a. and Tenn. Bail
A. faoomv vy
UtNRT I ISC'K,
B..a w . '
ITji. an. p. Railroad.
KNOXVILLE FEr.U IE INSTITUTE
X. ria tba 4th of S-ptnbr Bxt anVm.
week. ArraKota hebeeu,,ILlT..ltm X"'atl
fra to intru tion iu tha t' react lor... . j tarh
U ho drm ... ,, .... : " "mK '
Tuition in Priinarj Brmcltt Slioe
Common Knglnh nl,,
Uighor English . ."".;'. jt
Wot iuformatioD, aad eijeoiara applr to "
JullyjJ4tf y. p. yAKKHUR.T, rri0,it.
CLOSING OUT. '
JcMlLLIAN CO., KING'S OLl
.i A eor"-'r. clon3 ont th.r entire si.- k. tit-, j.
dncmnt t? tash cnsu.u-ra f .r t, ,u. fall m"JL '
yonritT a have a3J Src.,E..ck. l iu,,t. hr
ILL -TEESONS HAVING PLACE!)
I GuvetBiBBt Claim io tuo hand of KrthvrUarf an
dock for coilectma wUI ccnlr wuH Mwi. To! a So
C1i Ajrentu, Knoxvillf. I, urn., ia r. rtic to al- bnlL
oasctvd with their claim. - 4. AiLIutHi vIT
" KaoxrilU., Tenn., Jnly 12, 17. j". f
"like a book,." having surveyed him in all hia di
mensions at Columbus, two years ago. The sedi
tionist3 will 1 ave a good time o( it in sending for
United Status troops. .' - . ...
of the young converts lo Radicalism, men who, in
the war, and nola few who had rarti.-irated in th rn Aviche, an j.therUge organ, lo ses w&atert
war on th reb l side. Mn, in whom I m free to " ru, lhse ro'iticiRn wou,d f' Tennessee,
confess, I have no confidence whatever, and in inv unf,Cr" , '- ... . , ' '
tiut,,M-or,iri..n if r..M " . 'T' veatigo oi Mt cuy la wo couworn .-5r,aus
i t. 1- Iron, the Union party on :i, ,.int f i . ....... ,: , r 7 . i h been lamplcl under tho heel of d..potwm
1 ' ..in a piivt t imii un-1 onrfeiTCS l-mir , CJlir romillll.'Hn firm r ,vnFnm..r,t lw..n !.
Usl by the lender .f th.. reltUi.-n. Tho . hira. U r ' vert,! : tha constitution" has U-en destin ed : the
tliv iictrro 1
Don'a pcak '1 l)
Vihon Eiheri'! p.i.l--!y
vide time vitb MtynarJ l Wary
KMiiiT set at ibtrtv. TK.,,
1 1... i i : t ....
!" n.-vwwMiivM raiiKH, inti! i n ,T
, to "'vivo tl.c " luhl t ;iu." Let Union men
i .... i .. . ... . - .
- rt Aa ! 1 r l.- '""-i uo aas ioo 0t tlioso men, uiu
,..,,,u..t l,i ,,. !Uh '' any, f,r men to W
, y U.o ,
mpuny tiny keep. Cume
iltti '... . a
i . i . ' mil, iiii'ir I '( ul i!ivn
. I '
hinno mon, in i.-s Minn rtv f at-, will W
peak with him! Think cf r. man (! r.-rt
oortd cbf.raeti-r ealling aibly a d d rscl!
$o vender the loy;il crowd rfafed to hour F.tber
jdge, and iji-rtiVil him out of rountenanpe!
jiiiLiiMun toMitiioiiy to jnovc tbitt tboy
woro IJadir al in ? !
alluded U aUve, who hv. malimicd and uii-rep- u,''ui;i oi fsmaticism has swept away tho o! J land
rwented n.e, can now have thel-aquitilo i-Uasure of i nr,0f Ucet "i"h7 d personal freedom.
Vno5 ,Ut ,W ! SStetetaWtf';
I now v.ilhdraw from the isd'.lical f.t-1 J with the j representation, in or.Jer to foster ad sn-tr.irt scores
full conviction that n..rit .nov.-r aar.l.t, at tbe i .f rrv dasUrds, who crouch! in the hour of
amo time hoping I may nev. r i be so pre- ! .f"? nW foious n J hrutal when they
1 fj,rw ,. , . , dpcd-,.'.ran?ni to the mu and latere of tbe
ith many thanks to my fronds end n,,rm u my ; Ppie are placed oPr them, who are never so
rnrnnna. , i'i'y wnn vnov in nif t n,
1 am, nut reclfuly,
!'. F. llAHIltfoK.
muni!. a ; " ' r'-r -'vhi-
; ,i 3 . "Tt- A. more Ra I nc
I e,1!uli7he SoCutCh:r",J "" "
Mkssd. Ejmtoius. We Uke this method of warn
ing the people of the In Congressional District la
Tennessee, to be leokcmt, for, of all th px-
I'lc on earth, the Copprhid-Cor.iervative party
ha e the greatal talccls an I f.'iciliUes for lying.
It has lenkcl out, tbut unfortunately for thein, it
1-aked i-ut V liUl-J Ur swraj that they .iuld
out a circularj ngainst Judge Sutler, with - ''rta
of charges in it ju.tou tho hl f lh "t,k'n
t late for him to answer it.
Cat w j.t place r.atlor, with Uh r,c
rrf, mircas ill, hU ch-ra. tor and cculcbn un
sullJ before the lKt, wi:h h:4 '- JT, talents
and love of country, and i l l Jclsnc-s to the forked
tongue of calumny and slanJor. Tho .y is dear,
the gale r'ght. lhe i,i5P the great Union
ItsdTcal cauw in hU hands ia safo. Let the litila
penny whistles pit themselves, congltimeratic-n and
the mongrOal crew of tho o-llt and enda of cre
ation. They may look out. The-Lion of th tribe
of Judah is walking forth, fckicg her shaggy
mein. Tho hills tromt.le with thn roar c f her voico,
and- iwon her last enemy will be swallowed in a
glorious Radical Union victory. Vf. L. A.
The N. Y. Trlbnnc on tnc Franklin
The Tribune, always inclined to deal tenderly
with the reconstructed, makes the following com
ments upon the Franklin riot: . '. J r . t ,- ,
"We do not justify or excuse the Unionists when
they do wrong; but it ia very clear that the massa
cre at Franklin last Saturday, was of u Conserva
tive " or rebel origin. Look at the facts. Frank
lin is the shire town of Williamson county, which
gave in June, 1SG1, an aggregate vote of 1,949 for
secession to 23 against it- It is, of course, a "Con
servative " stronghold, so far as its whites are con
cerned. . . ..,..- --'-
But it is a very fertile county, and had a large
slave population 12,307 slaves, to 11,460 free per
sons in 1860. Being ia the Nashville Congress dis
trict, John Trimble, the Radical candidate for Con
gress, hold s meeting at Franklin, along with the
liadical candidates for the Legislature. Tha ae
groee were of course on hand. It is said that many
of them were armed j it is very certain, that they;
needed to be. It is not pretended, even by. the
" Conservative " bulletin, that they used their arms
till attacked, nor is any provocation for firing on
them asserted. : a ..
The Tribune copies the Radical and the Conser
vative version of the riot, and says :
"We defy any fair man to compare those twj ac
counts and say that the Conservatives were not wan
ton and unprovoked aggressors. Tha'meeting was
. ff.t..: .1 C" if - . .
aone oi tueirs mcy una iree cnoice to stay away
or attend and behave themselves. They did neither;
but attacked the Radicals murderously and without
VALUABLE LANDS FOR SALE,
C1TUATED IN GRAINGER COUNTV
kTnn., to tnofHh Ci:J Ditrkf, of a. l conntr '
Biain'a Cro Boacto, adjoining tha laml of itaaia
and othors. Kina farming iaol aa, a ry dirall iitu
W ill ba Bolit nndrr th pro!ioa of a lMd jf Truit u3
ao d executed to ma by Joan A. McKlinrjr, to wtur wrt!u!
f reditor thra nanavd, au-l will i Mid on tha pnnm
the l.?th day of August, li7, for eah In hand, to tha
bidder, onl.-s otherwiaa ordcrea oi! tha day of aala by tuvul
Ijrwmeut Mwn tha partii-s. 5u!a to commvoca boJ,
tha hour of It) and U o clock, on that day, and contin i ft m
day to day til! all i sold, tha tract coantaimno; abcut ''n
acre, a full it.rlpUon f tha laud ill ba giTn 0a b ,
of a!e. . , J.- D. ItSL Iwa
! CHAffCEHY COURT TAZSW21L.
Jamra CcBusk, Adminiatralur, d boon bob. of l.n!m. r
Baliard, decaaaed, John Twrriater and otar.
TT APPEARING FRO.M THE ALLE
X GATI0S3 of the b ill ia thi ct, which iwora to, thm
u i.uuiiuuByi ,,r', -r-w i insoiTvni, taat taa bill
i Alod lor a pro-rata lintr itution of tha fa n-l of tha taut
amongst tha creditor Uiervof : It it tharxfora rdarwt ly .
that publication be mad ia Brownlow' Y big, notifjmf
th creditor of th Mtata that they ara eDjoined fruia ai'V
ceediQf at law for th collection of the d.ota afaiont th.
estate, and to eoai forward and. exhibit their dt-mand to the
t-lerk and Master at Taiwl aid ba ma i defeadaata to m:,i
bill within Ui time pretenbed by law, or thy will ba ferTtr
tbaraafter barred from the (am.
JAMES B. EVANS, C. M it,
July 24, 18J7. 4tpC B J. N. TKtiXii, D. t. M.
Ve are anthorized and rr.iumte,! to annoanca Dr. JOHN
J0 td a l loater for the counties ef Campbell and Anderion.
- We are authorised and requested to announce Major
ABRAHAM TIPTON, of Carter county, a a candidate for
the State Sntiste from tho Diatrirt compwit of the, conn Ho
of Cartel, Jubneon, Sulliran and Washington. Pout Ottica
.luaoeiiiien, varter county. .. . ;
W are iithorizi-d and reqneeted to' anooance DittVITT
CLINTON fcKNTKK, of Uraioicer county, a a candidata for
the tft.ite S'nate from the 4th benaUtriitl Iitri:t,'ompoed of
ine counties or i ampl-ell, Amleron, Claiborne, Grainger and
Union. - Pot Oitko Kutledge, Grainger county. .
We are anthorized and requested: to announce Col.' JAM
A. DOLGllTY, ol Aoderwm county, a a candidate Ur
i ioati-r from Ounphell and Anderson conoti'9,at thensnio(
.1 ngusi election.
We ara anthorized to announce RET7BES KCH3ERS, ,f
Tnmpbell eouaty. a a candidate for tha htate Seaale from the
4th Senatorial limtrict, composed, vf the cuuntice of Vamp
hcU, Audi-rsou, Claiborue, Grainger and Cnixa. . .
We ara anthorized and r"iu'te,l ti announce the naiue ,f
T.u. t. It r. A U, nn the nncfnriitional Inion candidate ft,r
BeprrMntative uf Hawklna eonsty. in the Lower JSraach oi
tint neat General Assembly. Ha oders binmeif aa eaadidatf
at me aoiKitation oi many irieuusanJ roilow-soidier. , .
We are authorised and requested to announce tbe name of
Mll Ut. si.uiiih m a canlnlte lor Mate Senator, from
tbe couDtir of Blount, Setter, Cocka and Ore e, al the en
(Uhig AnHdt election. . . . : ? ,
We are ntheried and requested to aaaaunce the feame of
iv. l. ii(,uj.swii, a candidate to represent Knox
couuly, in the Lour Branch of the Bejtt General Aucmbly. '
.Tted icnl. Not only ih thi cltyi but thi entire country
ha become tamiliar with the reputation of Dr. Coleman, a
the Dint reliable and auccesaiul practitioner, ia his speciaiity,
iu the f.mtb. Perhap no pbytician has girea more attention
to, and api'lied himnelf mora earnestly and assiduously to
discorer tbe Boat (eedy and positiTe cure of Diaesiae) f
Irmalro, lncae of is, Private Nature.
.Manhood I)ebUitici. ell-abue, Tirrtons
Oebility fcexnal Inf trmitic), etc., than he ha.
Pat lent w bo reside ia tbe country can hare the remedies' ap
plicable to their several disordera iurwarded to any part.care
fully securrd in a portable compass, and tu every resp-cl ef
coBTenieut me. Ladies need nut hesitate ia applying for ad
Tice. A personal interview is not LWT necessary. XsUi
cines, with inatructious, cau I administered th;engh the
medium oi correspondence. . .
Dr. ColrinnH may always M sxiff,! in 61 tlf lice, in
the rear ol his DrilT Mere on McLemore s(r., Hi
mvulicine are careiaiiv and accurately compounded bf d-
cated and aconif!irthd pharmaceutists. Address,
L. L. COLISIAX, M. t'., ,
' mjy Z)-2m . "10 Church street, ITasbTille, Tnn. -
. PETITION XO SELL LANP.
John II. Packet, A Jatinistrator of t he !-rate John Lotg
. with, deceased, t. Thomas Longwith and other.
TT APPEARS FR03I THE PETITION
A in this can that Benben Loogwiih, Wllliaai Loagwith.
BerdweU Longwuh, Jaau-s Locgwuh, Josiah Lorgwita, 5as
C7 Longwith, 11 aigaret LoDfwith and lnabetli Loofaua,
are Bon-residrnts of th state of Tennessee :. It tet-r.'.
fore ordcrei tbat publication be made iu Brownlow Wji
for four successive weeks, notifying tjeo to appestr at tiw
next Term of th Circntt Court, to be held for tbe ouatv of
Union, at the court house in Maynarlville, on the flrtt Mia
day after the fourth MauUsy of brpteuiber Best, tb.a ana
there to plead, auswer, or demur to said suit, at ti,Mn,
be st for hear h.arin; expurte as to th-ni, and judmeqi t.
ke pro-ceaieeeo. :
July i, is;r. Itj tJ L. A. CARCEN, C'.i
GEINDING-3LLLLS, CHEAPEST AM)
best in the world. Burr Stone from S inehes to -
Ed. Harrison, New Haven, Conn.
ANKRUPT LAW WENT INTO LT-
i.Crjun, lot. Copy of act wnt oa ntceirt ef
MEiit 11AN T, CUNAnLK A U.110I
iia Broadway, Jf. T. City, Couaseliers.
cTngle PISTOLS PER'lumTfl.V
k) Single Qnns,' 2 2"t to J1J. Doiilie riuo,. y i
110 real twist 81.', J15 and J.-O up. All arrk r. ih, ,a.
sent every whera at manulaclurers prices, i Liberal IrsJe it
count, r-pencer or Hfnry s.Toed hnd rrhiur or i.'iln
large pistols bon;ht or eicbnp-d. CH AKLtS Kol SoM.
W Mai, leu Laae, .New i oi k
. Kcntackj 3Illltary Icstltatc,
! ; Col. S. T. P. A LLCS, Saft,
A SSISTED BY AN ABLE FACULTY.
V. Thi coqrae of tudy is thai -tiTuily tatilit ia the h-t
college, uU ."j-cial atteulioa t j Math, matusiwd tb-Nsm-ral
Tbe Academic year Ix pin u tliebriit M,n.lay ia Septebr ,
contmniug, withont int-ruu-'ioii , ,,ity (1 ) .
VJ Charge for tuition and bnardtng'nielndia lii;hf, f-l
and waebiue, tbrce bandi ed and ir ,ii , sn.n
cy. l-T anol K-lAit,oa4 keir falle iu s,ifu,e aud th.
remainder at the eipiratu a l tw-tity I J) w wk.
-AUr, -i the ueruieodegt. at lairajnle, Fr.uklin
I INDIAN. PHOTOGEAPHS lb CENTS
ea, n ; nve lor f I, assorted, kauss View. i.",-Btt I
par do.cn, assorted, by ma'. .. f. I -"-a.
r " - l'bologrsi,hr, Tupeka, Kansas-
LL PRIZES CASHED IN LEGAL
Lotteries Cfrmlari and drawines sent.
t,, : . J Ci,L I I.', Brok-r, .. l.il Bruij,
and Uu. l-y Vnlt, in tr, N. Y.
Free to Everybody. ; ;
'A taigo 6 pp. Circular, giving tnformatioa of the greatest
importance to the youii( ol botii srxe. - -
-. It teaches how Ih boiaely may beoomo Usotiful, the de
spised respected, and tli forsaken loved.
No yoaug lady or geutleman should fail to send their Ad
dress, and receive sopy post paid, by return mail.
Address t. O. Dbawib, K,
mj-lj . . . Troy, N T.
1 -v r.! !
asl" A Vorso Last returniug to her country home, after a
sojourn of b f w muathsla thscity was hardly recognised by
her friend, la place of a coarse, rustic, Bushed face, she had
a soft rnby complexion of almcot marble smoothness, tad in
stead of twenty-three she reaiiy appeared but eighteen- L'pon
inquiry as to the cause of so great a chan, ah plainly told
tbem that she used the (JirCAttaiau 11 a Int., and con
sidered it an invaluable acquisition to any Lady toilet. By
its nse auy Lady or Gentleman can Improve their personal p
pearauce an hundred fold. Il hi simple ia combination as
tatura herself 1 simple, yet unsurpassed in it eifiescy In
drafting impurUies rou, also healing, cleansing and beautW
fying tlio skin and complexion. By its direct action on tha
cuticle it draff from it all it impurities, kindly healing tbe
same,. and leading tbe surhtca aa Nature intended it should be
clear, sei't, Biuuiu and beacttfuL. 1'iice 51, sent by Hail o,
Express. t;ii receipt of an order by .
W. L. CLAKK CO., Chemists,
Nd; 3 West Fayette tit., Syracuse, N. T.
lite eniy American Ag-nta U t the sale of tbe same, f --
. majl-ly . . . "', .
OR NOT TO 3IAKRY?
- WHY not t .
Heriona Hef iectlene Imr Vauntr .''f'.'" -
asid Iik. Howard A w"ciil'0, o tbe fttjr.iologicai Krror.
Ahuwsaud IHs-a-e iuduccd by ignoranca vf Nature s Law,
in the r-t sceof man .-ntineaM Mter e,iv-lops, free
of charge. Address, It. J. SttlLLl.V UOCGU TON, Uc-ward
Aeaociauou, i'biladlphia, Pa- - - . . .. iBay4-jm ,
ERRORS OP YOUTH. -
A Gent! man whosnnVred for year from Nerveus Debility,
Presiature Dvry , and all the (tb-cteef josthfni indiscretion,
ul for liie sake ol urr, rioi-;hnmanity, send fr, to all wbe
ned it, th rcipe in I ilir-ction for making the simple reme
dy y win, b he was cared, ttnavrers wisbing to proht by tbe
B4lvertis-r's experitnre, can do so by addreseinz in perfect
conli Im, . - JOHN B. OGl'EN.
way S'y 1J Cellar ftr-et, New York.'
Knew Thy Destiny,
M.iM'ii, V.. F. Tho-utti. the jrreat Xnglish Aslolei;!.!,
CI rvoyaiit and Py hometTicJan, who aatonisbed tuo M Knti
nc classes of the ("4 Vverld ha now located herseli at jludsoa,
N. Y . ileJu.e Ihoruton p,'ee"e sui.h. wouderful p wers e(
-ceii'l n:!1!, m to eiiitl-le h-r to impart knowied.e ef the
trr-atest iu. rtaice to the single or married of either sex.
U hils in ft stats of trance, she delineates th very features "f
the pi .--tea yuu are to marry, and by trie aid of au instrument
of i.it-iie power, known a the Psychorootrope, guarantees
to proline a lifr-lilte picture of the Cute re bneband or wife e
the iU';ant. tOL-etbe." with dale-cf marrkass, rx.iition in Htm,
kJi;.g traits ul cliaructer, kc. Tliis is no iiuuiau, a thou
sands ot testimoniaU can aeiert. She will send wiio desired
certified certiScate, or written guarantee, that tha P 'eta re
is what it puriwrt t t. By suoloeing a small lock of "air,
' KEITUCKY STATE LOTTERY.
, .' ... Class O.
.. ' To Lc draw ul Cueing tan, KyK July 31, i!
yi.0Wir NCJ1BIR3 AND 7 PRIZIS.
I prt.e of .''
1 prize of ;
J prile ot
1 pri.vt "
, 3 prirea vf -
20 prizee uf
i) prize of
1j6 prize of .
'20 pni" ef
; prlsvw of ; ,
0 prile of , ,
' t prize of
8 prizee of 1
IS prize of
2t,l prizes of - .
WnOLC TICKETS fU
.Tlte or Tk I.rr?Er. The uumleis f.uo 1 1. J2.tOo.cor
resjioadiog with tboso numbers on th ticket printed on sep
arate slips of paper, are encircled with email tin tube, sud
placed in one wbeel. The prizes, of which there are Tss, vs
ryiBg a above, from fwc'.O'A u, aro similarly printed
eparat siips, encircled, and placed in another sIimI. TM
wbeel are tusn revolved, ai d number is drawn from t be
wheel of Bombers, and at the same time a prize 1 dra's
from th ether wheel., The sumoer and prt.e draws out
opened and exhibited to the audience, and registered ty b
Commissioners, the prize being placed against the number
drawn. : Tilts operation ie r p-aud autll all the priee er
drawn ont. ,
,f is j'.k.i
7.i is iM
' !,""i ar , bvioii
l.," at. sW.ix
. 1t) ar ..i
asa ,il "4
. 12 are '?o
. 3s are J,T"'
4t ar i.i't)
1' are 1"(
H'U are !.
SO era 1.1,
W would call particular attention to the abue Me
tti,t SivM.B-Ki'assn I.orirnr, which wiil be draaa i
n sur , in Caviagtoo, Ky., ST twos ( ori,iias, al o
0'rto. a. r M., at the corner of Fourth and ctt MwH
The public ere lovlted to wlt.-i.-se the Jtswiu. Tje k'Bt i. kf
State Lottones are ao Girt Enterprise but responsible nrn-J
lotteru hsre been ccuducte-t snxes.Cul,y lor the pMt
thirty year, and .redraws. on-)-r th anthonty of a chsrt.r
from tbe atate, and bouds to a Urge siumiiiI are given ier
peyoi-nt nf all prizes. Tbe drawing, ere pubiieo-d la th
Sew York Herald and Cincinnati tommerei.K
Ct.-culare ot Lltteriee drawing duiy seal Ire by applirate a
X', the M.inng"r. A-i lre.s a'l 'rd--rs for tickets to
'- . ML'5AI, IDDf k CO.,
I?OR THE SALE OF B RILES UNI
YEK4AL FEV1CB AND Ar.l e PILLS. This m-liune
I. a real blessing to persons a.Turte.i with the above-lisease .
They have bag tried in thousands of the w -rst cases, an l
have never on. e failed to break the chiils. kf-rj drni;-.i
Is the eeuatry ooeht to have tbem.
Tbe CniT-real Pill Co., are now tuiiy piepar-d to supply '!
Jrnjji.rs ai.d g, netil tor"s in the rouutrj.
: Straith'forward reliable business men ran be snpr1'"' 'B
C- mnu-.i no, allowing lare Jiv ount, or a v-ry hie-rei ill
allowed for rash or'l-rs. A-tdre-e
- BttlLE, BIEKM N A C.
7 MPROVED PORTABLE FOOT LATHS
JL nnequaled strsngth, dtirat-Iity aa, nra. Ii- l use, i;r s-1
Ins, pohshmir, b-TiD.', Ac , bard r n mat-rtal. U',j'
t ired by ii. k. Baldwin, Lac , ma, N. H.
siWTimfs WANTED. $100
MALE -AND FEXAUl TO ISli'O-
Id every household. "",k',.ni0 '
or F.rt.ol.r--Wr L(os
ill hri h tr-et. Philadelphia, Pa
im statinir t ara of Llrlh. ae. an KHiueu mu I .,- . -
and enc'jing ftlty cents and stami-ed sUvelopeed.lre.siw
yourself, yoo wiU rec. i the picture and desired ,'"rm" .
l-y return euJ. All commuui ti-n. 't",f,LH r.O.
Addrese in ronfileTK 1AI4M B. F. TIW"; '
Box -it. Had wo. N. Y. ' '
Wonderful but Trvo.
MAT t.MK F.EMT5'JT0., the .ctoirwoyBnt .tat.,
and roianam Jul-tic '-"""i..ra yoo are lo marry,
n.aw. ' .,' f .u.eC power, kaw. .
,a,j tj If"", tn prodnr. .perfect and l.fe.
lwVf''";jir.norwha.boT wife of the) nppllc.Dt,
'' J'l 1 I Z ,-arriarfe. cfhll. iea ting trajt el charac-
iittiM itiuH. as U-ntir.o iileU m i
rVctn"..-' 'S '"',!? r'er- of htrth, ac-, d'i-p.-iti.'j,
e,.e .f e.-e ''air, and en- lcsiliis Bfty cents, and clamped
envet-P' a.l'ir!-as-.t lo JoHTself, uj a ill receive (lie picture by
r-inr-i in. 1. 1, 'A' l'i-r ,-ire, infornittion.
- . ltw, in r, n' l-ii BMi.te. EUTK II' K REM
fGT'N, P. U. Box Vicat Trey, XT. - mayl ly -
The .lv,-rtc- r bavin te, n r-tme,l to health in a fen -ecks
by a Very simi le remedy, after bavlne sufl, red for several
years ith a r-,-r,; ltio a, ti',n, and lhal ilreail -fieeee
t-Muiji-ii,-u U aim .hi to iiMk-; known 'J oi r- llow atnef
ers the ni'-ain of cure
To ail who ,-eire It, ho vilil s-'nd a copy or the preemption
s-d lireeof rharee,) with the direc tluu for preparing and
usim; the same, wh.tti tbey will ud ! i for th.s-
i i-Ti-:, AstrtwA, Hr.,,- utris, C' -:'.". C-m"', no all
Throitt and Long All- lion. Vlwn'oly oljectof tleadvtrti
m r in si-n.ling the i'r.-.cripltorj i I" heiiehl l'ie alUi'ted, and
,.,. 1 ii,(.,ru,au n ai. h he ton,-it.a to be nvlqable, nd
h"-bote s every sierer wi 11 try ' remedy, s it will i--et
them nothing, anJ to.y proo a bleenng. Par-ies wi.tlug
t, preacripi.on b, rnrn 1 -
msvS-lT Wiili.msl-nr. King ouoty New Yorlu
On the I'll, of Jul,'. Io..7. hy Kev.J. Albert UJ,-n. Oipt.
Jon s t l' M li"lKi:, ( liilnoie, and Mi ii IT D K A.
M UAli.ni-.V, of Allien-, Tenn.
jCKSTEA3I ENGINE COMT-i-W,
f ar.New f'ast'e, I, 1., nnnuf.nir ,h
lli Uleem Kr-gine, which if seopr. f.,,;jee, eiree ii
" , ,- ,'uel aa-1 cu, h-ss tut rpaire. tha-i anv -ibr enin.
fr-ui for circular.
American Trottiiio' Horse
WITH DETAILED INSTKUCTIOSS
M how to Tr.ia and Pr.ve. Tin. r-markai -I
being published in Wdkee' .-pint of tne l.m ' r
unmoer, each ef which la complete in ite.,1.
P. S.-O-n.rs of h-rs, whether ...h- ,tlL,
,r not, are her-by ini.,rme.l that the ri"r ' ,
guuihed Veterinary Proteeser. o '" '.. ,R. PI-KA-,
through If - ol.imii.i ail -o..uoe. is r'S- huW ,
.1.r IS M KU.-r UK HhKM.S w,.h j
treat th-m let aeura. .Tbeee.dr-t.--rn' " , tuisec-pv
nf the ,ii.-.tioa i.an: so tl at r,-r .
f lhe .Ipirit.or who .ebr.W-s I, r it .M.-e. . -
EOESE rOCTOB IEEE.
0 K,.r.i . K V 1 1. K Proprietor
'V. l- l vv ,l'.a sv-. e "
ALL WAlsTIXQ FARMS.
D SOIL. MILD CLIMAH.
i 1 OOD
V-O, mil, south of
n...t of -TBiM aud ;r-l la
redo are settling. Imoinnti
Price only Pr
...!.. 1. I,. I. ia
I A o Imi'rt-'- i -
i .llt fr-e. AJio
RUSHES OF EVERY if-sCIUrTION
, rr N.i ' l eiirt ?irel,
1 ,"i- '.',. lei at tti lowest f.-.rt.rv t ri ee
JLI at tbe "runt! F
Harper Bnil lm )
t.vr., or'pu.esi H'Ttt. G'.rr , VVV"' !
Lex.n0Ton, Ky., July 1, 17- J
iir,ir to iinatoiilaldo delay occn.i,n,-J T noi reeeivl ii fjd
r-tuiii fi-ii, uianv of our auuiits , i! red over several ol the
Jitti-a, e have be-n e,,mji, ii- I t I-!.;; ' lie, lor a few wne.s
the drawiuir of tins magmitraat scheme, in ten led lo hv "
ken place on the Sti! iiutaut. T,i tho-i bo have -themwlvee
nf It, an opportunity is vtnl '