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KNOXVILLE, TEM, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 1868.
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THE OOXYILLE WHIG.
Knoxville, Tenn., June 10, 1868.
GRANT AND COLFAX.
Acceptance of lhr Nomlnn
Offldal Calls of the Commlllce of the
National Union Republican and
Folfi.ers and Sailors'
The fcpeeciies on the Occasion.
Fursuanl to instructions from tbeir respective
contentions, the committee of the National Union
Rpablican and Soldiers and Sailors' Conventions
waited upon Gen. Grant and lion. fckhuvler CoHai
and formally announced their nomination". and
asked tbeir acceptance of the same.
The cornmiUfie of tie Chicago Sjldior and iiail
ori Convanlion repaired to army headquarter and
notiSed Cen. Grant of the action of that conven
tion. The commitl wa composed of tho follow
ing named gentleman: Col. II. C. A Hum an, (thair
man,) Gn. W. M. Gregg, Gen. John A. Logan,
Oeu. Alfred rieaeanton, Gen. Joeeph K. Hawley,
Jn. T.. W. Rice, Col. Win. B. Btoke, Captain A.
Orant, and W. A. Short. Gan. D. E. Sickles, Gen.
John R. Ilartranft, and Gen. L. f archild, memberi
of the ton) n.ittee, were unable U be preint. The
committee twu received by Gon. Grant, and, hav
ing been introduced, Col. Allomnn, tho chairman,
poke a follow :
arXXCH OF (OL. ALLLMAN.
Gentrul: The aoldier and lailor citizen who ab
iioted in duartoing treason, by their representative
in national contention aaornhled, uilfl ix procla
mation of political principles, and a declaration of
Presidential proferenco. tt'e aro a conioiitleo dole
gated to present you an authenticated copy of their
platform of principles. The principles enuueiutod
are candid, precira, and expressive. They are une
quivocal in their designated choice, emphatic in
their tone, and decided in their tbaractcr. They
foeathc the pure spirit of loyally, of liberty, and of
equality before the law. Th"y conform to the
ireachfcgs of the father of tho Kpub!ie, and never
loso sight of the cod-like truth " that ail men are
created equal." They recognize no political distinc
tion between the naturalised and the nalivo born
citiion, and demand Governmental protection to all
.xitizou of the country, whether at home or abroad.
XWJ admit no discrimination in legal rights of race
or clo, and make loyalty only the debt of political
rrivilcfl- They are firm in tbeir denunciations of
poatacy, d speak in thunder tono againot the re
creants bo vielded to temputiou. The loading
resolution nanjo' you a the only arid unanimou
choice of tho survivors of tba war for the Chitif
Magistracy of the nat.'on.
The -will Barimg I'rosidential fcoaiJlia
tion which promises ceruinty of iiuxj;" the
highest compliniont which can be paid to an Amer
ican citizen. That distinguialieJ compliment has
been tendered you in its most unselfish, inoet accept
able, and most exalted fo.--J The act was voluntary,
the choice of unprecedented unanimity springing
affectionately from the hnarts of your fnUow-com-rade,
and seconded by the gratitude of tho loyal
millions of the land. The close of tho war brought
the returned aoldiors of the Keystone Common
weallk itto Ktate convention, when the f-'peaker in
troduced a re oiution proposing you as the soldiers'
choice for tho bighoi.t post in the gift of the people.
That resolution was received with the most rsptu
ous enthusiasm, and its sonlimcnt was speedily and
gratefully echoed from ocean to ocean, and from the
aaiu ot lakes in the North to the groat gulf in the
South. Tho feeling was sincere, the enthusiasm un
bounded, culminating m the repressed gratitude,
.he espn vod love, and the expressed coniider.ee of
vour impanions in anus for their beloved com
iniiider. Your comrade honor you because they
lovn von. bix aiina vou have baon truo to the Oov-
emwent which fostered you, true to tha right of
humanity, trueto the interests of loyalty, true to
the principlos of Justice and equality, and true to
our honor as a soldier. You were to your country
during tha rolwlli.in whL- Washington was to tbe
ntri.ii f !h lt.Avnlntion. " Firs-t in war, first
.ra and first in tho bearU oi bis countrymen. I
The Kepublican couvontioa, In the fullness of it
ove for tho soldier, with ono voice and one beart,
lecla'ed for rou, " Well done good and faithful ser
vant ; thou bat been mindful over a few things;
will make tbei rulor over many." They rwari
d morit with thiir highest honor; tru-y paid their
happiest compliment to tbe defender of the Gov
ernment by accepting our choice forth Presidency,
and making our nomination their unanimous rali
cation. Our council of war ba ended, and you
are our chosen chief. You will find tbe volunteer
army iu good fighting trim, the ranks filled to ibeir
maximum; the commands well olDcered, and tbe
supplies both ample and excellent. The troops are
a tba highest state of div-ipline. There was some
detection, but it ba all I -eon remedied by tbe
.otnplnoS and efficiency of a "drum-bead court
martial." Tbe necessity wrung bitter anguit-h from
ery loyal heart, beating sighs of ardent hope, and
breathing silebt but fervent prayers to tho throne of
Alunjfbty God, that we ibould " never look upon
its like again." We are utronger now than ever
more courageou and inurs determined. We have
taken our position ; we have po.Ud our picket ; w e
hate formed our lines ; we have protected our
tanks, and art ably supported by millions of militia,
with Scbuvler Iclfa at their bead. At your com
mand forward," we will "move on the enemy's
works." Hero is our plan of bailie, (profonting the
resolutions. We will " Cgbt it out on this line all
Mimmer," and send the enemy whirling down the
valley." We will charge them in front, storm their
breastworkt, pierce their centre, tank their i-lronc-holds,
and take them in the rear, where we will
hare repeated the familiar summon from our Coui-
I aisoder-in-Chiof, "I demand an unconditional sur-
' -andcr." Our victorious General shall tb'.-n mount
Uie piLuacle of fame twice digmflod bv ANasbing
ton, twice honored by our Lincoln. Wo have too
, honor, sir, U; submit the plan of battle.
1 General Grant replied as follows
I UEI LY OF Ot.MKAL OKAS T.
t..rL.;i fif thf Cvn,tlr' of &.:j.ftt C'J S:l-
nr, T will ut that it was never a deairo of mine to
a candidate for any political oCi. e. It is a source
of gratification to me to f.tfl that I bave the sup
port ol Ut who uUined mo through the great
we have pafaea. U l uia ool teei
never nave ccn-
as not a matter of
t rably and to our cntiro satiafaction. With, their ac
customed love for the soldior, they kindly accepted
jour choice, snd uaanitnously ratified our nomina-
tion. 2he high compliment Li fully appreciated,
I and we gratefully reciprocate it by accepting their
j nomination for the Vice Presidency a not only
,' good, strong, and meritorious, but exceoedinglj grat-
ii f i"Z io mo inenas 01 oen. urant. its hav ma.
cordingly called officially to pay our respects to joo.
and aure you of our undivided confidence and
support. We will not be tardy durins the tendin-
campaign, but will discharge our duty in the future
as we nave oone n in me past, and make tbj victo
ries of the war inestimable blessing? ia tbe restora
tion of the Union upon a loyal and upon a perma
nent ba? is. We are pleased to request your accept
ance of our brief but expressive resolution.
.Speaker Colfax replied in a brief speech, thank
ing tbe committee for Iheir visit. The committee
Tbe committee of the National Union Republi
can Convenlioa tafct at tVillard'f at T o'clock last
evening. The committee was composed of the fol
lowing named gentlemen :
Gov. J. R. llawley, Connecticut.
Lewis Baker, Maine.
V. Dell, Arkansas.
C. V. P-iotte, Texas.
James Hinds, Arkansas.
.1. II. Harris, North Carolina.
E. A. Paul, North Carolina.
James Coey, California.
JIartin Been, Hontana.
J. J. Green, California.
Willard Warner, Alabama
A. McDonald, Arkansas.
-V. T. Llliot, Tennessee.
' John A. Logan, Illinois
. T. rjco, Arkansas
K. W. liice, Iowa.
ii. inuwuii, ueoigia
J. M. Hendrick, Iowa.
Governor Evans, ColoraJo
S. M. Culluut, Illinois.
C. II. Bianscombe, Missouri
K. T. Van Horn, Missouri.
V. B. Chamberbtla, Florida
T. L. Tulloch, Virginia.
T. F. Rice, North Carolina.
J. W. Holden, North Carolina.
W. Cassiu Goodloe, Kentucky
H. A. Pierce, Virginia.
L. Caldwell, New York.
R. L. Shelley, Louisiana.
AT GZh. oKAiil't) K01Ii.NC.
About S o'clock the committee started for tbe res
idence of Gn. Grant, w here both the General and
Speaker Col tax were to le officially informed of
their nominations. Upon arriving there, a con
siderable a&eemblage had already gathered in the
spacious parlors. Among those present were Hon.
E. B. Waibburne, Eon. Mr. Longbridge, Hon. E.
Rollins, the members of Ge.ieral Grant' itaff, and
many olhor prouiinunt persons. The spectator
gathered in a semi-circle, thus affording ali,!an op
portunity of viewing the proceedings. When the
bum of conversation bad been bu:hed, Gen. J. R.
llawley, president of the convention, stepped for
ward and delivered tL loilowing address :
had Vhe support of thows, I would
wTw b a candidate. It was
da, of ...J XSl
. ra sb"rt ao
a . 1 a
ehekvi with me ; but 1 hope, as 1 have accepted .that
', t ,. . and support, from now until
v " v-, .l ha.! itdurins the rell'iion.
i Tb. corumittoe remaia.-J at headquarters !or us t-r
aa hour, in wmtersation with Gen. Grant and bis
f officer,. Gen. Grant, jart Wot tbey look ihmr
1 tawva, said .
O'oifWs Tbe oommittee frm the Cbuagt N a-
t tioaaJ ConvnUon will be at my boa-e at f o i l.K k
1 to-nigbL I would like U w jwii ill present
5 ii mi cariroL
; The coixmitlee then prxeded to tbe Capitol to
I tk.ir rMiM-Ui to the nominee for the Vice 1'rea-
dency. They were cordially re, eived by Mr. (VI- j
fax, and Col. Alloman addressed the hpoaaor a fol
lows. AI'L'KrsS 10 brEAklR fOLFAX.
Mr. Syikrr : The Soldier and Sailors' Notional
Conveoiion met at Chicago iai-t week and adopted
a platform cf political principle!. They selected
thair eld aud beloved commander for their leader,
and proudly insrriled bis name upon their banner
as their krv ibir only, and lbir unanimous cboioe
f-r tba Chief Magi'.racy of tbe Republic, recom
mending bim to U. er.tire cor,fld-nc of tbe Ameri
can popJe. Tbcj ippojauii ns a committee to pre
ent thote reso.'uuon to Gen. Grant. We bave fr
brm40ur J,.!etlftj lrulti aRii received tbe Gen
ni liDomlifiad aeot-ptncaot tb nomination upon
loe platform framed by our contention. Tnere wa
no indiraUuD of prefrnc f -r tha Vie PreaitJency,
thav tutidoM LauiK iaa ec'.irely conevll Vo ihe
Jsauotal h'Putiliean Convenuon ; and w e are proud
to UJ that they performed their duty most admi-
, ii.ul iir-rTT"1
AL'tllKliS Or I.ENKRAL HAWLEV.
Qcnercl: The National Union Republican parly,
atsombled in national convention on the 20th of tbie
month, appointed u?, the oliljori of tbe convention,
a committeo to wail upon you. In obedience to its
inttnu lions we give you a copy of tba record of it
proceedings. You will porcei vo that it wa governed
by the most patriotic motives, harmonious, enthusi
astic, and determined. We muan, in your own
wordc, to " cave in pcaco what we woii in war."-
We mean to make it a solemn and practical reality
in the United States that "all men are creatod equal,
endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable
rights, umong which nro life, liberty, and the pur
suit of happiness.' We intend lbs there shall never
be tfiujo or opportunity for a civil war in this na
tion, originated either by those who would enslave
tbeir follow n. on, or those who must fight to regain
tbeir freedom. Wo believe that there can be no
permanent peace sate in ju3tice, equal rights, and
the equality c" all men before the law. We hope
to see our Government reaching to the remotest cor
ner, and to tho humblest person, securing to him,
by impartial and irretielible power, his personal
safety, the right to the avails of bis labor, and tbe
right and tho opportunity for physical, mental, and
moral advancement. The be.it guarantee for the
continuance of f icb m Oovorauaent U to to all
clauses Impartially a share In it management.
We bear much of forgiveness and fraternity. We,
oo, do most earnestly Ur iiro tbe speedy return of
tbe policy d measures of peaceful times. None
Ions moro for a fully restored Union than those who
sustained tbe Government during the late dreadful
war; but the dead men have left a trust in oar
bands. Wo long for peace and good will, but we
bave no friends who oppress their fellow-men. We
do not idly and hopelessly ask for indemnity for tbe
past; we seek only security for tbo future.
Y ou will sea that tho Convention believe that in
tegrity, simplicity and economy in governmental
affairs are the duties of good citizens and honorable
men. It makes the strict fulfillment of actual obli
gations a point of honor Lover to be waived. What
tho civilized world recognize a full and final pay
ment ia tho only psyment that the Lnion Kepubli
can party will ever consent to lender. The equal
rights of adopted citizens are clearly asserted, and
all people who love our Government are hospitably
invited to come and enjoy in benefits and contribute
to its strc.iglh.
Tho committee spoko i:i nothing moro warmly
than in proflering a hearty welcome to all those
who, lately in arms against us, are now frankly and
honorably co-operuling in restoring peace and estab
lishing a truly free Government.
Dunni; tho I .tit '.nroo yean careless indications ol
the people's choice for the next Presidency have
cuuterca upon yourself. Having made its statement
ol principles and purposo", toe convention, delib
erately and favorably, bttle by Stale, and Territory
oy lerntory, seconded the will or its constituents,
and unanimously nominated you for President of
the United States, following tbe work by tumultu
ous and long-continued manifestations of rejoicing,
pride and conCdenco. We know that you will be
faithful to tho Constitution and tbe laws, and to the
ideas, sympathies and principles that you acf called
to represent. We know that you will not leek to
enforco upon tbe unwilling representative of the
noopla any policy ol your own flevisinc, lor yoa
have said tbat " tbe will of the people i the law of
the land." The records of tbe war and of your sub
sequent fidelity a Cord the evidence that the nation
can safely and widely place you in tbe chair of
Washinton and Lincoln, la behalt of the con
vention wa lender jou its nomination for President,
and solicit your acceptance. Ave can give you no
bighor proof of our gratitude for your past or our
confidence in your ruure. e propose io uiuci juu
Whi.n the ari lau-e with which this addross was
, , I
received subsided, Gon. Grant ttepped forward and
replied as folL-Ua '
csx. u&Asr's AcctrrA:ci
... t . t
Mr. .,.,., ni n il 6fli;o;,,i of tic Aaaonai
lui.i (,7iv ;,;. 1 will endeavor 'in a very short
time to write you a letter accepting iuo vrav jvu
bae iiurotirfj upon uie. Appiaai-e. fcpresing
rr.v rmtitade for tbe i oi.u lun.0 vou bave placed ia
mo, 1 will now ty but little orally, aud that ia to
thank you for tho unanimity witu wU'.cd yoa navB
selected mo as a andidale for the Presidential ofiaec.
1 can say, in add, lion, I l.KiUed on during tbe pro
gress (T the proceeliogs at Chirago with a great
deal of in tore I, ad am graliCel with the harmony
and unanimity whih seciiioJ to bave governed the
deliberation of lb Convention.
If cheu to- till tba bih office for which you
bave fe!e ted nu I ill give to its duties tbe same
energy, the .ttue spirit, nnd tho saine will that 1
bave uiven to the perfo rmance of all diitiea which
have devolved upon t ie heretofore. Whether I shall
l.n able Ij re.rfortu tLo.-e Juli- to your entire satis
fy lion time will determine. You bave truly said.
in tt. r.i-ir'o cf vour addre.- . that 1 shall bate no
rv.li.-v f.f mv ow n to interfere ariri'l tb will of lb
As the Geueral concluded los tjooch there wa
Ion- continued applause.
ASV.HMlMOr TO M'tAalk tOLIAi.
General Ilawlev then dJrvfd Spanker Colfax,
Y'oj bate heard ur V'stioti of Principles at
Chicago, and therefore 1 n.jod Lot repeat it Yoa
art' aware that tumeroiu candidate for tbe Vice
Presidency wor pr.-,ont-d. Tbey were sul loved
and rorpected.and v-.ur Selec'.k.n was brought about
bv the gxl will ad Jllow-bin entertained for
yourvalf. Tl ou aj know n to ihe American people
I y fouri.i n yefcrs of public i-ervice. W know you
coii.e fr.-m tbo peoples and, wi'.h .ut false pretences,
you nre faithful to priccip'e. The Contention ten
dorr yoa the nomination of Vice President, aod
ak yo-ir ai-ceptan.-e. Applause.
l?v u,.. (joitUtnen . liialory
1 that lb j victories of the ar-
d ir.nj tbe rocect war, alwayt
it j 1 . .A aLA - . O . .
gave liicrca-ei noje ana coocueuro w uia bu,
wbiie its reverse and d fest ever increased the na
tional peril. It is no l'gbt trate, therfcre, to tbe
mill'-wns of Republicans in tbe forty-two irtabss and
Territorie represented in tbe Chicago Contention
tbat ur cr-nci.itijn has Wen so inseparably inter
woven with tbe let iiitereft of tbe Republic; that
tbe tnurrph and reverse f tbe one bate been the
tri'nr pbs ;id rverc of tbe other.
Mi.ee tbe Ger:ral of our arm'", with his beroie
fe.iiowet, rriiahed the rrh':'i"3, the keynote of lta
policy, that loyalty should govem what loyalty pre
war. Cordially agreeing with tbe platform adopted
by lie national contention, and the resolutions there
to attached. I accept the nomination with which I
have been honored, and will hereafter communicate
that acceptance to yon in the moro formal manner
that usage requires.
There were long continued demonstraUjnf cf ap
plause. The gectiexen preent aeverally advanced and
hook Gen. Grant and Speaker Colfax by tbe band,
and congratulated them on tbeir nomination, after
which the party withdrew to an adjoining room,
where a splendid collation had been prepared. Af
ter devoting nearly an hour to the discussion of the
choice edible and in conversation, tho assemblage
Eepabllcan Convention in Anderson
oantj.JcCge Honk Recommended
At a large and enthusiastic meetin!? of the Ea-
publicans of Anderson county, held at Clinton on
the lit day of J une, 1868, for the purpose of endow
ing the action of the Chicago Convention, and to
send delegates to the Knoxyille Convention to nom
inate a candidate for Congress for the 2d Congres
sional District of Tennessee. Col. John c. ChiU
wa called to the chair, and John Baker reaue?te4
to act as Secretary. After tho objacl of the meet
ing being explained by the Chairman, on motion,
the chair appointed Wm. Hicks Callowav Duncan.
and Geo. P. Haskina, as a committee to draft reso
lutions, who reported tbe following, which were
unanimously adopted :
We, the Union men of Anderson county, ever
mindful of the past, and fully determined to adhere
in the future to the principle which we conceived
to hate been ettled bv tha triumrh of tha Arms of
the friends of the Republic in the late etruggle, do .
Resolved, firtl, That we ratify and confirm the
action of the Chicago Convention in tbe nomina
tion of " the great captain of the a?e," Ulysses S.
Grant, for the Presidency of the United States, and
the no less distinguished civilian, Schuyler Colfax,
for the Vice Presidency; and believing this to be
not only a good tickot, but the very best that could
have been presented, we pledgo ourselves to stand
by our past record, and maintain the issues of the
war by giving our ni.abated and undivided support
to aid in conferring upon those distinguished gen
tlemen the respective office for which they have
been nominated by the great party who crushed tbe
rebellion and preserved the life of the nation.
Second, That we declare Hon. L. C. Houk as our
choice to represent tbe Second Congressional Dis
trict of Tennessee in tbe Forty-first Congress of tbe
United State ; that hi known consistent and en
ergetic advocacy of the Union cause point to him
as deserving, and his talent and ability being un
disputed, go far ia recommending him to the favor
able consideration of the people for said position.
Third, Tbat we bave no confidence in the patri
otism of the leader of the rebel sympathizing Dem
ocratic party; tbat in our opinion its suicea at tbe
polls would prove ruinous to tbe best interest of tbe
country, and that we pledge Anderson county to
contribute her part in defeating this modern politt
Fourth, That while we impugn the motives of
none, yet we think it would be unwise, if not un
fair, to hold a nominating convention at Knoxville
on the 3d day of July next, as proposed by a recent
call of several gentlemen lately publuhed in tbe
Fifth, That the chairman of this meeting uppoint
one delegate from each Civil District of this county
to attend a nominating convention, if one shall be
held, at mch timo and place as may give all tbe
counties a fair expression of opinion ; and that we
respectfully suggest that the first Saturday in Sep
tember would be a convenient lime for such a con
vention to be holden.
The chairman than proceeded to appoint the fol
lowing delegates : 1st District, Jamed Thompson ;
2d, Wm. 8. Reynolds; 3d, Calloway Duncan; 4tb,
John 0. Child ; 6th, John Slover; Ctb, T. J. Pres
ide; 7th, James A. McCoy; 8tb, W. L. Brooks;
9th, Wight Shannon; 10tb,' Elisha Duncan , Wesley
Edmonson; 12th, George P. Hoskins.
On motion of T- J. Proaise, it was ordered tbat
the Secretary of thi meeting furnish the Ksoi
VI1XX Wano with a. copy of those resolutions fer
On motion the meeting adjourned sine die.
Jobs C. Chiles, Chairman.
John Bailee, Secretary.
CLARK, QUAIFE . CO.. Props-',
Y E HAVE COMPLETED AUD PUT
' ia oj ration oor Xew Foundry, on the CnaiTill and
Kcutacky Uailroad, and can bow fornUb Catiuft ot all
aindaat aocb prieea a will aatisfy t'na pop!e of tba South
tbat it ia fur tbair intorrat to patrorit Home ilanafactaras
rather tban go abroad to get aucb warn.
Wa can furnish ef tha bt quality, If not snprior to
snySUng fou4 at lh Xorth,
STOVES, CBATE8, HOLLO W-WAEK, PLOWS, STBAW
TTTEBS, C0BX-SEILLIE3, VASS-M1LLS,
HOKSI-POWIBS, TEBISaiXC MA-
CHI5E3, SAW-MILT, and GBIST
- MILL MACHINERY. .
Wa are aUo AgcU for the Turtiua water Wheel, and caa
f urn lib tba cbeapaat and beat Water Wheel, anited to tba ca
pacity of any head or tt.-easn.
Mr. J. A. QcAiri ia a practical Mechanic and Draughts
man, and partis desiring to build MiSie will find it to thoir
Intereat to cnsa)t bis aa to tbe beat plan for contracting
tbeir Oeering and jlacbinory.
IKpot for Stove and Castinja at tk ator f CI1AS. W.
Da PL'E, on (iay rtreet.
r.. .m lev .v XnT-i!!e an4 Kentucky Railroad,
k ' j
iiiiiaiaaaaawi tem a.it
we aee now ready to manu-
Macliliiery unci Castlxifir
Of variou IdEda
STEAM ENGINES, SMUTT MILLS,
WATER WHEELS, MILL GEARINGS,
BARK MILLS, CANE MILLS,
PLOWS, HOLLOW WARE,
STOVES, &c, dc, &c,
cllt J. W. KOBTH k CO.
FURNITURE! FURNITURE! !
A LL WISHING TO PUKCnASE FTjE-
XA. KITCBK from first bands, at New York. Boston, or
Philadelphia nricea, eaa pnrchaa throngh us at betUr prtea
than they eaa In any othar way. Wa have a large camber
of photographs and price lists of tb leadiog manufacturer
and dealer North and Seat, and will farnlah good at theft
price" and 10 per cent, added to cost and carriage, giving the
purchaser tbo advantage ef baring tba Good brought in
parte, thereby saving freight nough to pay the 10 per cent.,
and insuring the Furniture from damage In transportation.
Think of thi before purchasing.
We are a!o adding dally to our !arg stock of Furniture,
and will, from thi date soil at reduced price. Our stock is
comprised in part of
Parlor anri Chamber Sets,
BodritoaJs, Bureaus, Wardror, Desks, table, Waabstaudi,
ail kind of Chairs, Stools, Lounge, Crib, cradles, W'hlt
VoU, Ac, So., in great variety. Call and see,
8HIPABD, RENSHAW A ATKIX.
In all iu bianche. Motalic Case, Caskets, and uery de
acription of Coffin always on baud. An eUgnut new Bears
for aitondiDg funerals in ciiy or country.
SAWING AND PLAINING
In all varieties at Kennedy' Mill. We also furuiali Lumber,
Fence Posts, Pickets, Bracket, flooring, Weatberboarding,
Ac, 4c. ap 22-tf S., K. A A.
KNOXVILLE IIION WORKS.
CHAMBERLAIN, EI CHARD 3 &
f ANUFACTURERS OF ALL
13 a r Iron,
ConTentlon In Scott County.
Pursuant to a call of tbe Republican Union mou
of Scott county, a large and enthusiastic conven
tion was held at the court house in lluntsville, on :
Monday, the 1st day of June, 18G8, for tbo purple
of appointing delegates to attend a convention
to assemble iu Knoxville on tho 3d day ot July
next, to nominate a candidate for Congress from
the -d Conzrossional Dijtri. t, to be eluded at tho
November election next.
Hon. John M. Cordell called the convention to
order, and after making a few brief and pertinent
remarks relative to the business of the convention,
called L. C. Moss to the chair, who was unani
mously choeeu. On motion, Liout. J. M. Newport
was choson secretary. On motion, the chair was
then instructed to appoint two committeemen from
each civil district to draft resolutions, and to ap
point delegalec to attend the cenvention at Knox
Tille on the 3d dy of July next, or any subsequent
time, if tho same Da postponed.
The Chair appointed the following committee:
1st District Wm. William's, Eq , and Calvin
d District-lion. J. M. Cordell and Lapt. tv b
3d District Wm. famitbers, Lsq , and U. . i em-
borton. . ,
4th District John Chamber and Isaac jeuers,
F jr Bailru.tde, Blacksmiths, and Machine!-.
Wafe-on Tire, small and large. Kouud and M.:ithant Iron
generally, alveys on hand.
Mill on East Tenneetee and Georgia BtiIroad,
wwit of tba
CROSS & REVI, OLDS,
I A N U V A C T U K E Jr AM il Y CAR-
XX KIA(;E3, BUiTfc'ic of all stjlrc, Sulkies, la...ou Wag
ons, Birouebes. liacks for Wail route, LiRl.t Sprio6-vr,
on Single or Donldf. Plautation Wagons ol nil i,e. witu
Wooden Thimbie Bknius and Iron Ailes.
Old Carriages and Euggies
tuiiiudolod and painted, and a'l work warranted auJ liuiobud
in bust style.
Keup constantly on baud Hubs, bpokes, Bims, Shafts,
Pule, Axles, Spring. Carriage Bolls and Trimmings, Thim
ble Skeins, Iron and te.-l tire of all sidce, Malleable Cast
ings Axel Clips. april S-3m
KHOXVILLE SOAP WORKS.
Hi'DAXIET V CO,,
PORK-HOUSE, EAST KNOXVILLE,
FFER TO THE TRADE Til ELK
SUPERIOR FAMILY SOAPS
Grease wanted Tor cash or fcoap
McD. A Co.
TO MILL OWNERS and MILLWRIGHTS
WE HAVE FOR SALE TWO GOOD
TYLEU WATER-WHEELS, suitable for Saw or
rw Ml... Pric. yipABPi KW8HAW A ATKI.
" IN BANRRTJTTCY.
In tV l'Mtri.t Court of tb United States fr the UsUrn
Di.trlct Of IBDeS.
In tb matter of E. P. Burns, a Baakrui't
Eastern District of ianneeea, aa
O WHOM IT MAY CONCERN ; TLIE
under.ian-d hereby glt aolic ol n; ppoiwn.ea,
AWMtf h. P Euru. ol tbetouniyoiaevior,
f T.n.. with a said District. um
bankrupt uoon bis own petiuoa by to
aaid Di.lrict. "
Stiiriviui, My Hh. 1Se.
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
CEN TEAL OITICE, 416 MAIN STREET, MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN.
nna ia amount of AfeU.
Thm all efllcers and membera are
Po Icies Issaed 1S6T,
Risks coverca 1S67,
THIS VIGOROUS COMPANY now ranks among tho twenty-Are New York Companies, mmD in cumber of m others
IT IS A PURELY MUTUAL, COMPANY,
That is, a? Association of Policy holders nanaged by men selected by themselves, from Iheuxu-lver, for t
alike interested. Each member is a full partner in the wKole tuaixesa, vrith liability limicd to A amount actual!
it mus aaapvs its pian vo is oenec. ox iu Bemoers, adopt all real improvements and aims to te
A MODEI, LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. ' i
It was one of the first to adopt the popular feature known in Insurance circles aa the NON-FORFEITING PLAN, tdii bow
applies it to all the ToUcieS it issues.
IT IS THE ONLY COMPANY that adopts the fall benefit ot the note ay6tcm without doing a crclit bninoM or destroying thr
cat.b principle, and also tpvea the noto privilege to the poor man, who noods it most and takes a small policy.
IT IS THE ONLY COMPANY which gives proportionate amount of full paid inuranco after tvro annual pre ni urn, (if other
promiurjfia are not paid,) on ordinary life and endowment policies.
IT WILL LOAN A MEMBER a sum equivalent to the surrender valuo ol his policy, aud thuauiu.u bwlj) a meiutwr in extremity
to keep his policy in forcu. Policy holders jxjrmittcd (o traTel any where in the United Mtated and Eiiroje, but risks in tho fir South
Few appreciate the ADVANTAGE OF ITS LOCATION at Lbc West, where mouov tun -:if lv . to;tned nt hilr rtc thna at
the East. . 1
Ono Tltuusjunil Dollurst Loimctl fo lrill.v Voja-.
At 6 per cent, tyraaonnd interest prodnces '-11,120.13
At 8 per cent, compound Interest produces :..4ft,90l.6t
At 10 per rent, eouiponnd luterst prodnces f 1I7,30.N.
And thinking men know tbat money can be loaned with caro at the West, where nearly nil property is rapidly enhancing in
valne qnite a safely as, if nof more safely than in older communities. Therefore, as the rt ot' mortality is a' lo- at th? W-t, i'-
DIT1DOD3 MIST BE LARGE.
Dividends made annually, to commence three years after date ot the policy, but to ciual in number the years of insurance, an I
DISTRIBUTED XO POLICY HOLDERS ONLY,
- a 1 a.
i a x oiicy ci an Ag?ne
There being no Stockholders to absorb the surplus or control the Company for selfish purpos-.
ply to the omce.-e
A. W, KELLOQO. Secretary. , HEBER SMITII, Oeicral SpvwUHJni. 8 S. DAOGETT, t a ;su..c
W. J. rOI.mJRX, Agemt Chattanooga. aLOMBAUD, t TTILSOV, AgrntS, HneiTJllf.
It. W. KLLN, Agent Jonesboro. nASKIJf, A. OALIlKAITir, Agent-, Orectses ille.
aPl5-3m J. H. IHAPIX, Mate Agvpt. Memphl?.
GROCERIES AND COMinSSION.
B. T. WILSOS.
COFFIN, WILSON & MARTIN,
Agents lur tbe tale of.
E00KF0ED YARNS AND SHEETINGS,
Comer ituro, Colhu Block,
GAY UT., Knoxville, Tennessee,
GROCERIES AND COMMISSION.
W, I. WILSON Sc CO..
North-east Corner ef Gay and Chcrck Streets.
BEG LEAVE TO INFORM THE PEO
PLK cf KnoivlUe, aud Xat T.naeaaea generally, that
tbey have ynst received a large aad well aesorWd 6tork ef Sle
pt, and Family Grocer le, Liquor, Tobacco, tlfare. Sc., wkkb
will be told at greatly reduced pricee. Tke baet brand ef Old
Oblo Wbeat Family floor, constantly on head. Country Mer
chant will Snd it to tbvir interest to call aad elamin ear
stock and pries b.for purchasing elsewhere.
Kemember the place, corner ot Gay aad Cbiinik SlrMta.
,0uma Block,) Kooarille, T.nn.
oct2otf W. P. WILSON A CO.
DUFF LEWIS, !
SMALL. HOUSE & CO..
Produce and Commiasioa Merchaats,
J. A. DEWEY,
Attorney at H, u w ,
flLAIMS AGAINST THE UNITED
V STATU faithfully pruejud
Will practtr la J.oroa aad adjoining eou a tin tuliv
trooa rioapHy aitfadd lo K..tr In akrTitcy .r I at
CoPfrMelouel iM.uIrt ' Iinnttm.
Cirtli-e la the loas fnaivrly u.n,vd by tb Pjlrld
ak. ' jinv.nl
HENRY R. GI1330N.
1 1 o ni o 3 ii 1 1 a v ,
&OLILITOH iy LlJASLHRY,
JATiBBOao,' CAJIPBILL CO . lEk.x.
pRACITCEii IN CAMPliKLL AM
A the adlolniug eonallM, and la Uia Circuit, Siprca ud
Federal Onqrta el Knos-ilie
Kefrr toOov.w o, Briole aad ..iUr vt KiivsvitU
ea. a. orrrir.
jsas a ai
o v n o y js at a w
Wa. A Edwd. Snail,
W. M. Iiocss.
Aug 21, 18S7-tf
Wh KEEP C0K8IAKILY 02? HAND, AND 0F
l'er to the trade, a guncral assortment of Groccrio
Rio Cofl'eo, Java Cofiec,
Syrtijt! and Molassei, (from common to best
BROWN .SUGARS, ALL GRADES,
Coffee Sugars, Crusliod Powdered
aod Grunulatcd Sugars
OLD DOMINION NAILS.
ENOl-lsfj , N 1 AMKRVN- HI CAKH. . UlA,
Manilla hikI JutC Hope, 1'iieeM', !
"iack'r. Spci rn Candlee, Star Candles, j
' "HicH, Soapx, Raisins. (
An Assortment of Grain
P. II. GIUSIIAM,
GROCERIES, PRODUCE AND NOTIONS.
A GENERAL SUPPLY STORE,
beiaoved U TEMPLC B1.0CK, orpoait tha new Ci'y HaE,
Market Place, Knoxville,
CALLS ATTENTION OF FARMERS
aad tb city to k!a facihtle to keep al! kind of anpplie
at loweet pricee, and r-spectfnlly solicit a continoanc of
tbeir liberal cnatom. Pay part cash for Produce.
Cistrut Court of
COWS, Assign, Ac.
J:ia. J it
To tbi Mr. C. lfax
Mr. I'K.-.J'-i h'j
l as airealv rr.-eiain.-
mv vou rrreso:.
5tb Dialrict Daniel JefTer and ra. A. Heni-
6tb District luiey iuaniDers, i , auu
7lh Disttrcl I'eunis irammeii, fcq , auu iujj.
8tLt District J ames suarp, isi., aua t-pw- teau
?th District Jonatban liobins, Esq , aud ilicUael
ICth Dibtrict Marion Jcflers and f lclsicg New
The committee after retiring a abort time', report
ed tbe following '
Rssolvtd. Tbat it b-aine a tery ba.-T eea-on .d tne
year, tbe 3J day of Jutv, the time tbe Congression
al Convention is called to meet in Knoxviilo. we
therefore earnestly re.jucit and Joaire said conven
tion to be postponed until tbe fcr.l Saturday ia Sep
tember, 186S, and thereby give tbo remote counties
from Knoi'ille a chance to send delegate lo said
RcsehciL That we appoint tbe loilowing aeiegato
. , . : - . . : , . r.hi.in e . - T .
to atlona saia couveawuo, wwu . cu"u -" j
Chambers, Jama toaarp, Cpt. I ryor Aaains, Jon
athan Kobins, ttq, ilon. Jobn .11. t-orjeii, jamcs
C. Parker, Kev. Jenu I niiiipa, cmsiey jcuers, ixn-
nis Trammel!, Lsq, l- v. Hok mna i.ioui. jam s
Iiesolecd, That la view of the mtaiaabie torvieo.
U the country and , tbe prtJ. of tix.e IIon- L-. l'
Honk we unanimously recommend bint as oor tirt
choice for Congress from the 21 Congressional Dis
trict, to be elected next November, and iuatruct our
delegates to cast tbeir votes aevordir.gly in said Convention.
Said resolution being reported to tho cvnteutiun, j
they were, on motion of Dennis Trammel, K j , ;
unanimously adopted. '
On motion of John M. Cor Jil. it a. ordrt-J ;
tbat the proceedings of thi wavenlie-n be puMiebeJ j
in lb Knoi Tills Waio. !
The coovention then adjourned '; J-
L. C Moss, Chairman .
Jam w M . awroai, Secretary.
, , , ,, . j
A Kentucky paper publitbef tbe following
We leara from a gentleman of tbe utmost relia
bility that a woman of Bali county gave birtbj ,
some time ago, to two creature which from the hips :
down are well formed c-iUren, but abov that point
were perfect snakes, one a biacK anj i&e otaor a
e.!'nVa Tbev acre both :i!l litine and io.r.g
weL Tbey are kept ia separate boxes, anj fed cn
milk wita a poon. The tory em incredible, lut
come from uch a source as to entitle it t crellt.
0 tViie a A..ntamfMirarT savt :
TTe congratulate the Democracy that tbav have rpHl;, IS TO GIVE NOTICE, THAT ON
at last got a suitable FrwiJontiai ticket. Tbe rat- J I to,irn, aT of May. j, a warrant of Baakrajtry
Ikanake fellow will do for the Crst, anj me niaea
sake for the second place.
i. i ( ,.urt ..I tbe I'nlted Slat. for tli La-t. rn lli-lrie I
Li tb matter ut Janwe Henry, a PabknTt
Ka.l.ru l!tri t ef TeDUf.ee--, as. :
HIS 13 TO GIVE NOTICE, THAT
r.a tli iVth day of M.j. I". warrant of baat-
...i,. . i .i t. thr li-tr!ti eunri ot iu. imvea
Mai. f.,r tbe tastvrn Di.U ict i i 1. ns-wt, against tb e
teleof Jamt Heory,'e.i Hie cvuat.' of Blonnt. in eaid lit.-ldl,
adjudg-l a baoVroi.t on li o a p-Ution ; that tbe Fy
of any d- bta and the d.llvery of aey prop. My 1 sqeh HaBk
roi t. w L.tn. ur f r bi. o. asl the tr.n.f.r of any property
i.. L.n. t...kiAA- t.v I.. : and that a mertiag 01 trie era
a?.. . 11-. t ... i.i nreve thir tl.ni t rkooee
. i hi. eelate. will be brld at a Cort f
..-.. .- V. w .ij-.. .t the eft of Wm. Aika. In
"Kamw-y s Block." Cay .tr-t. knoiv!!!, Itt, be'e
said W Aikla, Kaq fcgir taakrpYy
r.ct, cn tbe hi d.v .rf Jnly. A. .. l-. loo clocA A. 1
j ,na i". . AUrvhal for aaid twin. t.
tar twelve tbotuani rowna.
Moat f liia lima at Ibe eamics: tat
A wife kould t like a roasted
rrrl, has been worthy of it kr-norei record la the j at! &rtmd, without sauce.
D..I...I C. urt of the t ailed Slatae fr ll I-Mtrrn I,.tfKt
1 ibr mailer t.f W. H. Watjo-r. Saakro
Kaatein Ilistrtft of Taaaeee, aa.:
IMS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, THAT ON
.... -.i. .1.. -f Mv. I., a warrant of Baakraatry
the Ea-trra D..IO-1 of Teaiwe-, iiraitMt tb.
w ii u.nn f th cnaatv of H . (Inn, ia a.il s,iln t.
. k i.'.. i. i.adjd a Baekropt an lia ow ptitioa ; tb
a. u,m..t ut aev drl uaud tie deliter, of any property
, K.nkrl. to kia. or for St. w, and th Uaa.i-r e
r- . Lr be kulra al te orue tl ni
. i It. a Block. rv .trt. Ssoi'il!.. T
ZjllZl . m. Aia.a. Km.. E-arieter :a B.nkrepK ,
. r...-..rt t.m the 26tii V of J. A. I. l-S. al III
aad V. S. Marshal for ald Ulauict
ldv rrortr i hiisi. arv f rblddea by law ; aad that a nvaat
at ef tbe eredit-ta of aaid BaaVmpt, to prove thwrd-bw aai
o chooe. oo. or asore aa.tT of k e, ill be held at I
e rlk, A.
aceo. cucairi, i rune-,
t-. Canned Fruits, Jellies, ,
Sardines, Oysters, Catuiw. Sauecs, I
Preserves, Indigo, Madder, Rice, !
Bank Fish, White Fish.
Salmon, Herring. Buckets, Tubs,
3IEASURES. MARKET BASKETS.
giioceiiies x Gitot i:mr.N !
VEdKLEr & YARBROUGH,
WHOLES A LK
II O CEIt N,
O. North College Street,
J-pVE JUST RKCKl V KD
I. COO t)sa.ks CoTn .
SO Uhde. buar,
f'J Bb!a. Cruahed du,
VZO Bbis. Code do, A aod B.
,V Bole Slar Candles,
3SO Caw Oysters, I and S lb.,
100 Caee Freeh Peache.
60 Caae Fresh Tomato,
. Boms Iobacco, virions brands,
I'ti Box Proctor A Uassble Moap.
WBg Allspice, "T..
10 Bags Peppar,
SO Boiss Uronad Jo.
M Boxa Ground fpica,
13 Boim Ground (.log.f.
70 Bole Starch,
J Buae Clothe Pi a.,
in Bbl. Jul Tloe,
10 BI. Paper Twlae,
SO Bide. Mackerel, 1, i and ,
Mi y. Bbla. Mackerel, I, t aad J.
75 Kit Mackerel, 1, t and 1.
SO lxla Wubboard.
7S loj Bucket.
4 Bols Factor Cbeeee.
JO Bole Imperial Gaapowder and Blafk T
'.' Bbl. Batler s Blacking,
t0 Box Blaetug,
IjO Bbl., verioos brands, Liquors,
M Bbla. Cider Tlaegar,
24 Bbla, Urap Vinegar,
Bi1. Wood, Meek A Co. Syrup.
7i bojta Horn BrnomS,
i, Keani wrappieg raper, nm-. vi.j aiua, i
aiiaoau, r.rcueaiua ;
SOLICITOI13 IN CnANCEliY.
CLINTON, ANDERSON CU, TLNNZHSKK.
Practice in aui. And re.n, K.rj.u, CicIhi lu I, t.a
traee, ftcutt, and Camj.li.ll ensalM, IntUd.B; tb Meipn
and Federal Court at Kouxtille. ColuKtiuB prutaptly alr in
all coBBitee la Baal T'mans.i'e.
RartasMc. jov. Wij. e. B;wuluw aad lAt, Joeuph A
Cooper, TinsoMj Appiegat, Pounaford A e.,., Ciuoibu.ii.'.
tl. II. DOM LLL,
Attornoy at XtiM'.
(,0ce t'p Slaira, la the Conrt Uum..!
WILL PILVCTICE IN ANDERSO.N
"rowaUiw, H.. L. C. linuk
nd aJjoinioa eoaotlee.
Rrrtstv ia: (),,, v n. (,
and Hon. Daniel C. Trawbllt.
iu iim: .v willi oud,
i GENERAL SOUTHERN AGENTS
FOR ALL KISP3 OF
I Agricultural rmpk'nient
i LABOS-SAVT270 MACHINES,
Ciprtozrr-rist; OF THK i'OLLOK IS'
Tbreahtng M.t.o, H .rs P.., .. li.ti;.. Hf
j eis aad Jl.iw.ra, Oim lnll.. Har B- se, t SI; ai
' orator., Plowa, Cora Planter, and rr!eial.rf . t o ..,
; Feed C'l'.ce, P'.rtaijl Sia A!i " M-.a-iU
I Cooib Bhl. Pt-a Iroi UtsU Isv .m . Sv'ub -!,
I Swijg Macbinfli, 1 rabr of two lUfaa ag.w, A- , At
! Euisdl ii Co.'i Tluesutr and Cleauer.
' Ibis iou TUro.hef be eeea. in aoe.vMful ieraajoM
I fu the la 46 , aud t bow aal.iraaily -A l U
. the thaaipluB o tba wwld, botH fo aavmg grata Bad Urasl.
I lag and eUaotng t al IV opratl.m.
Broom?, Demijohns, Almonds,
Wrapping Paper, Smoking: Tobacco,
Filbert", Walnuts, Brazil nuts, Pccansf
And a throat manv other artiucs in our
iidei-i pioinptly tilled at tho
R.i.lna Fif a. PDSU. BSll tflif.
Cap. Matcbe. Cigar, Fin Cit Tobacco, Smoking Tobacco,
and vartoaa other art idea la tba f.rocery line, all v whk b
w propo to aoll ncsf " Tasta.
wpropo WEAItSI tAUBROCttaf,
ft. t Kurth Cwlleg etreet.
BO, a-tf Sasbville. Tena.
I . J O S K P II ,
Qj.r inrCii aa Ita Iraair.
. ; ; .... - --- ,
L , "
1 ' .. k.i..H
IIUSSELL'S BEAPEH AND UOWEH.
Thi i a aliavi "d tiP- aaa-.au. Bad baa be v-
COFFIN. WllON A. MARTIN.
. B. !M1TU
.1 AS A. I. TOSS.
lice-. Id I y-
Attcntion, Southern Merchants & Plaateri.
I lt i.K I1ALLAIU.
Wholesale Commission Merchant
No. 15 Cortland Street, New Tork.
Aad Ovu.l rchair rubcu. f r tbe rerti,t ef all
(i...i!r,. Product, a. Cutto. w eol, llid.. roHK.,
Kevin, TmiBtiue, 1r, fruits, Ac,
No. 20S 4 208 Franklm Street, New TorL
SMITH & LYONS,
Watchmaker and Jnvelem,
bTLBLISG SILVER SFOO.NS,
; iVRNKR OA V & CUMBERLAND STREETS
WAU Bur SAra.
duly 41. la?.
rriv.-l at all time, ia IX
PHOV isljS, Ac, lur . b.. h
ii b alluwed airoa arrirai. aad
Oi rt rr!ti- t, .bo'
CUAV.S- for rO"I. rHil.?,
tba b!4bt Bvirkt irkc-
proKct return, ma 1-.
bend orwr. itfa invut. e end bill la-liag
rianw-re will aaie "oae to three proats.
aT 1 oor b ta aud vt4- rs jbcitnd.
A IJr-w. S H A K BALLASO,
P. O. Box UH. IS CoTtlaud al., k
50TICE TO TEACHERS.
'I'lIF, MAWMC FitATKRNITY IIAV-
X I'' dt -led tu upva a perasaaeBt kr.t .laee 8ebud al
! t,BduB, T-aa, to cuaaiai lb Srat MuBday Is p
. arlah tw pracar lb ervtr of aa eCKHeal aad
afperWBCMl TacBr to tak :Hr. ef the aaaav
1 b aaoreixBsd will be pa to rwrreevoa l-ao
ejecl, aad all particular will b gives e applu-etius.
Jt .oe a-d apply sabw wtl recuasuaendml.
All editor friawdtf t tbe (eaa pUaae copy.
A. P. RHtA,CrrepodJg S' fetar,
Uradoa, T.aa., May , la--lf
lii ill M ! a4 It se U i!b-i aa a.Bal. Is
i raae lM both la lwri aad wieg, l wil ! f -4
j aaaWriiJ and intri.- ;i the ie:ilr!,-. r'iiu P-t a ei.t
I el.e erti. I. T so.t rt-s w'bit: a Cuai-lu-d if a
cbiar; we would Jie tu.jti' lo exir l .wi Hat., l ii
! Mae- "il lb '.. J. be a c .uiUt.. .rit. ,. la H :i
y , fcJ. u ..o.i'iy o i.4 a i.tf. euoflv af varii y
' teru e-l l..u tu U .1 a.(i.; ' I hm of . c- iii'i),
i aod are eaalird Uj .all ewrk aai ' f one, au-1 ui -! aa
I l..w or l-.w.r lla auT otter ke.-ii'.beal. TSe CS--r
i Sr.d te as f e'ir b-ai:ni IU?.. a? h, u4'Uriog It.
1 cborl iiiue thai II baa IB Be r. be r.ii.:re4 a f p
Ull S il B" tluW IU .-! a.'tl.
; o hain DHILL3.
t ru iroa, T.imt. kav b.Ut twiir wu.iu 1
kal lu lfill Miiiabl fur pu'.tiog la ariatev trei.
W fiiiKt the Sir.;-, e paUal, a w.ii ing.i am. la.
I W.lurai.b xtber of the f..i!'.wli Re a e li. !''
B.si,inf Sulky, iwoudira tooth) Saiky niwl Toolb, se a. -;
velvinf II ire. il.od ka.
' Shcvel Plows and Cultivators-
Te .Mil all. we bi. a varWtj.au.jug abuk .i tVe H.ak
ewd'r 1, iVolb 1 'I n, h. tU!lit ri lr'v Walk
I ias C-iiUlor. h mt.iit a i an I wH!u-i oy l ho'o
. It, Practical fir.r, ' a M.b.tr.,r t!lii. aud r-r eaa
Iry ebag 9mA aj. a C'iltl.aUjr, aleo, a lar,, SiaW
Suov.l Plow, aoJ Iom, k Cu.tiaUo l"f 'a. lrr.
I The "gtajr" Cora-Sheller.
Little i b ...J ; ratd Ii t!." Sh-ller. iaS ba'
' line .Bl.-raJ u'fa;t... Ifrroeuh u - w,r
l., hate e-.a ul. a4 a u "',""-
Tin. Mill kaa fcu ihir My -' ' Jl f'l, 4"'
e-ialr,. aad in t.r ' W kv "' "
"lu victor Mill.
ru.'.riei fuit 'f lb tnited lute tor tha laal.ra I i.trict
la tbe walr of Jam's St. Iovl. Baakrcpt.
Eaitura I'utricl of T.aai
The ex-king of Naples is just now in . bad way ; ITXIZV. OT..,
in Borne, rasing reduced w me necHiiy ot remug ( ,r, i
portion ef the q-ieen' d.amonds. The jew!s bat aaid :
been purchased ty the rrine
a UHued cot of tbe I'lstrirt C-oeit of lh t e4 Mat in
aaid IiiaUict, araiaat th astat si Jala M Toole, ef Eaox
,i! ia tbe cousty . f Enoa. la aaid bletrlct, ad)e!g-d
kla osn prlilluB; las in ptyawsi o
loaat a oaoarap.,M
rrir l bio..
rbidd-a ty law ; aad thai a aseeb ol
u l . ... ii..if drhl. aa &a cnoe -
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a Baakrcpt on
i i,,. artll be h'lJ as a c-nrl ol '-- I
Scurra U'ni8. LT. i.i,i.o i iox emo iiaa aiaio. i " J
lamb Undor and , " a. McOaakfl. -r I
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McDANIEL & CO..
rnjILS FIRM HAVING LEASED AND
1. rt 9 1 t-l tbe
KNOXVILLE POUK HOUSE,
EeT. 0. r. P. BANCROFT. PriaclpaL
CUMMER SESSION, -'0 vtLi.Jv.-5, nr.
Hand-Looms and Ssiaa'J? Waecl.
H.al to a-l Hpiuaia
ei'-h la- .awe
!IMlf IJn.laA Alllct aawaia aw
tb Principal. For parUeala. a-a J t'AkPkSTB
aarU t!""- '"1:
M. C. YILCOX & CO.,
IsoiMld aad Wans P. teat
WbI will da Bn aul Uiu i
a Im ties tuas aej oia' a""
Wilcox & Oibbs' SewtEj MicLiae. -
iu i. siring anil'- liebL np laa i b k
All reoue wioi4 is!sl"s ryJ lo tba ov.
aaa.-l aiticl-a, wl:l pioias-cj b ; f'i- w.lk Pri Lu
sad Citaslar. with drlt aal t,..n.i, .m, ty a.Wr-.iit
RUBLE & WILLFOUD,
anri) 1 -ll ' 1 -
I. W. rth A to , ra'ola
f r a.a.'Sri.-e Bad nc.a.lj.
j BsaLta t I .,
''t?rli'r.l:f BUSINESS JLN IN Till.
the-to this .rh.t. .fra-bevlaadrv-.w-tafCkarlaltoa Bailroad aad 1 .-k V,I be ..or .1.-4 l.W..f aVlSlflt
toparch.ee all tbe b tb "-r M Sraw ihr The keaiacky L..oo- k'ST BlUBO.N BAST. tXi. tba robes need es lu. a-
Br aih will d IbM lb I P" fc ,fc. Boutaess Caaj, saesafaay taaaJI order. .1 :.pt ky PUJ toa- eiaaa wUI ' r CJ isapreaetoaa, wSea tl r eaei.y t e,
erpl, u il" "''i'.iM Ms 4. m k. ' 1,1,7 Bteivh II &a ! k.a -ul asl a aw iaa-rted. UwillbUla.aiaaa.au
M.-t. w caa aaiv peejea- u u ceael a tap a U. Us re-inir, al. aay ollwr ia aud
M.I... S'"- WnTTr ' .ai-f.f.vvl..l-a. .
r. K. BAILEY, IX. D.
pALLS jAV BE LEFT AT Hlrf OF-
VV FICH. ea Prian ,ueo, (lat Dr. Borvrca's,) frota t
A. Sf . ml P- M. At otsrr k'ar k wm, to bo-ia
rpiIE REVENUE COLLECTOIW OF
A tat T wiil keroafte aead fe?r ia.y t Seek
Till by ia .jer-a t'.s press Cipay. lakiaf talr v-. f
S-r th. taste, '
n f'.f .nici-
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