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BANK NOTE LIST.
Those quotations are for I?. S. Treasury Note.
Bunk ill' Tuinessce.. 40 dis.
Union Bunk .....,. 15 du.
JJuiit:r' Ilitiik 15 (lis
llii ii U of Sh.-ll.y vilk- 35 dis,
Merchants'. Bunk ;. ........ 70 (lis.
Hunk of the Union '.. M dis,
Trader' Hank M (lis
Rank of Commerce tin (lis
CJly Hn nk. 40 (lis.
Dunk of Burin. 7l di.
J !u 111. of Chutlaiioogu Hi.l (lis
Hunk of Memphis ..,.'..,. 75 1 is.
Buck's Hunk, 10 (lis.
Commercial Rank Ki dis'
Southern Rank 7" dis.
Hank of Nashville , l.o (lis.
iU'iifK Hunk...... 75 (lis
Bank of AVcft Tennessee 7o dis.
Bunk of .'iddlc Tennessee 25 dis.
Northern liunk of Tennessee 70 dis.
Georgia mid South Carolina 70 dis.
North Carolina ittx I Virginia 80 dis.
Alabama ('- dis,
Louisiana 40 dis.
GOODS AT WHOLESALE.
J. II.' FKSSKNDliX & CO.
x i tkmplk & Co.
WITT TJIK ATTENTION OF MERCHANTS AND
ilio jiuVilic generally to their I
: . ' i
ABGE ASSORTMENT OF GOODS
Embracing a j
jJIKAT VAWETY OF ARTICLES '
For sale lit i
E11Y IOW ItATESi
wholesale on retail .
Fo close out their entire stock, i
)id examine for yourselves at Kind's corner
opposite tho Lamar House, sign of
tfff Xitcman, Agent fur Jlvbeeea S. New-
wan, ?'. L. J!. JIhL
.1111 taintitf, vn affidavit, says tlio defendant is
lited ro her, turn so abscond; or conceals himself
the ordinary process of law cannot lie served
k him, having obtained Mi original attachment
nst the estateot the dctohdant,,mude returnable
o Daniel Mcniail, a Justice of the Peace for
B inn county, and the same having been levied on
ropcrtv: K is ordered by said .Justie,! tliat the
idant appear before bim at hi ollice in the '2d
I District in McMinn county, on the 20th day of
ary next, or it Will be proceeded with ex parte,
further ordered that this notice be published
'our successive weeks iw the' Knoxville Whig.
DAN 1 EL M.cBHAlL,
0-lt pf?5.8 Justice of the Pence.
I v o v i k i ii 3 C3 n 1 o r
COMMISSION MIUU HANT,
, Comer of (lay and Union Street,,
f ' ' ; Kpoxvillo,JennL
XO W I X STO HZ :
t'OKFKK, Jlla. k and Giwn Teas,
Pepper and Spices,
Soda and Fruits,
Oysters and Sardines,
t and other articles in the Grocery and I'rovisioti
; trade. Al.o, a lot of 77.V I IVI :, for sale at
! "Vl'U. ROUND'S,
' jc1.H-lf Corner of Guy and I'liioii sts.
I Thread, Candle Wick and
j' Wrapping Twine.
1,500 dozen Thread,
' 40 pounds Candle "Wick,
j pounds. "Wrapping Twine,
I J usf received mid fur sale at W.M. HOUND'S,
; jylMf Cor. Gay and Union sts.
I' 'Snlt f'nTi: !!" Sr.lt ! !!
j A l.OT of Kentuckv SALT for -ale at
' S. HOUND'S,
I jy2-tf Corner of I'nion and (lay street.
FLOUR AND CORN MEAL.
Vl.OT OF FAMILY AND SFl'liHFIXH FLOl'U,
ii'sn Cm n Mi-hI, fur sale at
! JM'Ilif WM! HOOXI)'.?.
IN the month of November or December last,
at the time the Court House in Knoxville was ta
ken by the' military authorities under General
Murnside for a hospital for the sick, I bad a writing
(les.k with twn drawers, folding top or top working
on hinges, and a small box of pigeon holes, in one
of the ( lei'ks' otliees of the Court House. During
the time th1.' Court House was used us a hospital, the
ollice containing the desk was occupied by the
medical department, and the desk was used by
thenv. The desk contained a large number of val
uable papers and some ta, books and receipts, and
V arious ofiicinl and private papers of much Value to
me. Since the military have left the Court House,
I have made diligent search in Knoxville, and made
fmpient inquiries of otlieers and others"eoneerning
the desk, and have not been able to find it or bear
anything of it;. If the papers are still in the desk
it may be known by my name being on nearly ali
of them. They are valuable to me both a ollicial
and private papers. 1 will pay a liberal reward for
nnv information which will enable me to find said
desk and papers " P. CPJIM'KNV,
N. 15. "Will the Surgeons in chi'.ege at 'Loudon.
Cleveland, Chattanoogi atnl Dallon Vnake an ex
amination in their departments for the above desk,
as it. 11111 v have becif taken down the count rv.
jyW n p. o.
FIRST . MTIOXA'L HANK
; (IF KXOXVJLLK, 'X..
CAPITAL ' 81 00,000.
Designated Depository and Financial Agent
of tho United States.
P. DICKINSON, S. P, OA TIT Kit,
W. (!. HKOWNLOW, O. M. HAZKN,
S. It. KUDO Kits, y, II KISK KLL.
O. P. T K M PL K, . W M. T. P K I! K I N S,
W. It. PATTKKSON.
m;u ;ooisi and ntoiii::
J. II, PACE & CO.,
DeaJerick Block, r.ndcr Enmsey'B Hall, Gay St.
I AltK now In reeeiptnf n large and desirable, stock of
j Spring and Summer Good, which they otb r to
their old friends of Hawkins county, niul the public;
i generally, consisting of a choleu selection of Print,
; Ginghams, Oriental Lustre, printed, striped tuul
plaid Challi, Organdies, Lawns, Jaccoiiet. Nnin
: sook, Cro.s-barrcd JSrillianU and Swiss Muslins,
, Jaceonet Kdging and Inserting, Coats' thread, Pic
! Nicand Kid (i loves, Jhilinorals, Jrish Linen, blcacbM
! tuul brown Domestics, Collars, Hosiery and Hoop
jstiirls, Jteady-iuade Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
j Hats of every style, Notions, Stationery, '
! Coffee, Tea, Penper, Indigo. Madder, Soda, Alum,
Crackers, Candy, Cigars, Sardines, lilaeking.'and
! THIS institution is now ju-epared to transact, at ! "l""' everything usually kept in u Dry Gnodrf
i ,. . , ,. ,,. , , ... ! Store in this countrv,
j this pomt, a General I.anking and Lxchange Hum- , respectfully invite purchasers to examine our
'mess. It will receive Deposits, liny Government "t'"',rc ,,ml prices.
I , ,.'' ... I Wc feel ai;ured that we can sell our goods as hr,v
I I 1 .i n i lint nii.l ... 111. i..b.t i llT,,,. ,...., ,..... .1. . . . ...
vi.io.i.-, e.,,. m il i.ai HMiit, iiiiiiiit iioucis im tiiey can lie hought in Jv ii(;xviH,e, and will cn-
C. Gillespie vs. Miehael 11. Stevens.
IIK plaintiff, n ailidaVit, savs. the defendant
Icbted to hir,, and that be so abscond that
Jss cannot be served on him, having obtained ;
aginal attachment against the estateot the de-
Hits, niaue rcturname ueiors .jamcs iienrv, a
Ice of the Pence for IJlount county, and the)
I having been levied on his property: It is or-
ny eaui .iiisuce ntai mo ueiemiant appenr ue-
m at his office in Jouisville on the 1st uav
jruary next, or it will be prdeeeded with ex
It is lurtnet ordered that this notice bepuli
for four successive week in the Knoxville
JULIUS OCHS & CO., -
(I A Y STREKT,
TWO DOORS NOKT1I OP Cl'MHKHLANl),
IiKG to call the attention of the trading public
to their well assorted tUn k of
'CLOTIIIXd, HOOTS, SILOES,
Hats, Caps, Hosiery, Notions, Stationery,
Cigars, and a variety of other goods suitable for
Citizens' and Soldiers' trade, which they will sell as
low, if not lower, than any house this side of the
A targe assortment of Otlieers' clothing al
ways on linnd.'tBS may21-ly
NEW GOODS. '
THIS undersigned bavo just received u splendid
HATS AND CAIS,
HEADY MADE CLOTHING, fr.
Call and examine our stock slnd prices. "We
have adwntages cjual to any, and do not intend to
Our store is on the North side of Main street, one
door west of Gay str.et, and two doors East of the
' "W. T. DO "WELL & CO.
Knoxville, April 30-tf
I and Stocks, Uneurrent Money, &c., &c, on the mdff
Collect ions on arf -points accessible, will receive
W. It. PATTKKSON, Cmhirr.
1YM. T. PK I1KI NS, VmUlnd. jel-tf
First National ISaitk of Knoxville.
Tki:asi.I!V )Ki'Ai:TMi;xr, )
Ollice (if Comptroller of the Currency,
H'axihiiltiH, April II', 104. J
WlIKKKAS, 15y satisfictory evidence jiresnited
to the undersigned, it has been made to appear that
the First NnVion al Hank of Knoxville, in the
county of Knox and State of Tennessee, has 1 ecu
duly organized under and according to the lvipiire
nients of the act uf Congress, entitled "An act to
j provide a national currency,. secured by n pledge of
I I'nited States stocks, and to provide for the circula
1 tion and redemption' thereof,' approved February
; :!", lHii:t, and has complied with all the provisions
of said act Veouired to be coinnliod with before com-
plivd with before commencing the business of bank
ing. Now, therefore, I, limit McCt'i.i.ocir, Comp
troller of tlic Cni-relicv. do hereby certify that the
First National Mank of Knoxville, county of Knox
j and Slate of Tennessee, is autliorized to commence
j the business of banking tinder the act aforesaid.
! ''4w. In testinioiiv whereof, witness mv band
.v t .vv ----- , j - ,
Sv L. s. ;g j,U s,.ni f ciincf, this nineteenth day of
0! April, li',4.
jel-tf i mip1ndlf)' the. Citnrna.
Att o n i i on !
S.-WORfHMA"lt & CO.,
Under the Lamar House,
HAA'K jut receired a large lot of
Military clothing and Furnishing Goods,
ilenvor to give satisfaction to all.
J. W. PATTERSON & CO.
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
Hals, Caps Clothing, &V.o.
(ut'y Street, one door North of the. Post Ofiee,
Jc.VH K.XOXVILLE,. TKXX.
Dry Goods and Groceries.
CJJOCKKUV AXJ) GLASSAVATIE,
Just received and for sale by
jy JLAV. PATTKItSON & CO.
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods,
S1UUT.S, COLLARS AND 'CRAVATS,
UNDKItSlIIllTS AND DltAWKItS,
61ove3 and EsmdkerchiefV,
Just received and for sale bv
jy23 J. W. I'ATTEPuSON & CO.
Cigars and Tobacco.
A fine assortment, just received ami for sale bv
jy'j:! J. W. PATTEltSON & CO.
A large .'ii
JAMES IIENUY, J.P.
Iai'm lor SjiIc. J
)FFEU for sale my farm on Little Nine Mile j
, m the lower vnd of Ishaint couuty, contain- j
55 ncres, of which, l.JO are cleared. Await
res, are set m clover. Most ot the fences have
eset within tho bust two orthree years. There
rec dwelling honcs, three strong springs, and
vouna orchard on the place. Also, u good
tiid abundance of stable room. '
re. Is also a valuablo water power of seventeen
111, fcd by never-failing springs, which can be
l toil wneel ov a race cut eiuireiyon ine
witiKHit any nacK waier or uam 10 lnicriere
teighboring property. .
hango of place, induced by a change of limes,
inv reason for Relling.
,.4t TIIOS. SANDEP.SOV.
KINGSTON STEAM MILLS.
alEAT, Wheat, Wheat wanted, and tho highest
market price paid, rropncwr to do ior one wbck
iXTllle, Lamar House. No. 2. The Wheat to be
ed at the Mills, or at toe baoki pi tue xenncssee,
n, of Clinch UiverK.convcnltnt to be boated.
la-it A. DAVIDS01IX.
lttooiga QiitetU copy one week ooJ tend bill.
ALL loyal eitincns having claims against T. I. Van (Jil
'icr, cither y nolo or account, will present them
within thirty day from this date to E. J. Fanl'ord & ?,o.
at the old Dfie.' Ptore, (iny street, Knoxville, v.lion said
claims will ho tiled for payment' in pursaanro of a deed
of trust this day executed by T. . I. Van Gildc.
All parties owing said T. I. Van (lilder for drills or
medicines, wilt bo required to. settle the same immediately
with said trustees. E. J. SANl'OliD A CO.,
July 20-41 Trustees.
W. K. CORNELIUS,
Denier in all kinds of
3IETALIC AND. ZINC Bl'RIAL CASES,
General Funeral tTndertaker.
Principal ollice and rooms:
Basement story of the "Bell House,"
On Main street, Knoxville.
' jy2tf J. McCaffrey.
O. I. TEMPLE 9
Attornoy ctt Ijo-vct,
' Refereni W O. Buotklow. fanlCtf
Xl NILVKR WATCHES,
Jeyclry, Spectacles, etc.
An assortment of
POCKET A3I 1JLANIC BOOKS,
Mee chaum Pipes and Fancy Articles,
BOOTS, S110KS AND SITUS.
S. WordiittHU cV Co.,
Under the Lamar House.
3d Judicial Circuit of Tennessee.
To all irlidrn it may concern ;
HA IQ been appointed, commissioned, and
W Judae ot the I irctnt Court ot the 3d
ict coniprisini' the counties of Monroe,
Ulount, Kink, l'oane and Anderson, I will open
courts nt the lollowina times, to-wit:
unty (d' Monroe, the 2d 'Mondays of
Klld bold Ml
For the A
September, January imd May.
For the (linty of Kloiint, tho 4th Jlondays of
September, .luiuary and May.
ror the ciuntv of Jviiox, tho 2d Mondays of
October. Fell nary and June.
For the cJintv of llonne, the 1st Monday niter
the 4th MotilavB of October, February and June.
For tho ctjinty of Anderson, the 2d Mondays of
July, Novcnjher and March.
All rrocesl will be made returnable to tho above
terms at whl h times tho docket will bo reauhirly
called, tried jnd disposed of.
JS. T. llAhU JiKlao.iVc.
A. C. BUIKE nnd 1IESEKIAII McGRADY,
supposed to lin in Kentucky, will, by this notice,
como to Knoiville forthwith.
jyl!3-3t J. W. BURKE,
Ciprnr '3In,kcrH Wanted.
A FEW CIGAR MAKERS can find employ
ment by calling ot tho store of JAMES SMITll,
near Uw Market Uouw. . jel8-tf
THE subscribers have entered into partnership
in the practice of law, m the Circuit ana Chancery
Courts at Rogers villo, and in the Supreme Court at
Knoxville. in all cases in which they may be re
tained and which may he taken to said Supreme
Court from the Counties of Hawkins, Hancock,
Grainier, Claiborne'and Campbell.
Our partucivhip extends also to all cases, civil
or criminal, in whieh wo may be employud in the
Federal Court at Knoxville ; and we will attend in
said Court to the collection of claims in any count v
in East Tennessee, whera the claimant or claimant's
reside out of the State, and see proper to entrust,
them to our management.
The style of our tinn is Xclson & Netherlnnd.
John Xetherland will continue as heretofore, to
attend the Circuit and Chancery Courts in G rainger,
Hancock, Claiborne And Campbell counties.
TIIOS. A. R. NELSON,
, J. NETHERLAND.
Knoxville, Tenn. jell-ly
THE subscribers havo entered into ''partnership
in the practice of law in the Circuit and Chancery
Courts at Jonesboro', Gteeneville, Dandridgo and
Knoxville, and also in the County, Circuit, Chance
ry and Supreme Courts at Knoxville, in all cases in
which we may be employed, taken to tho Supreme
Court from cither of tho Courts at Jonesborouqh,
Dandridgo. Greeneville or Knoxville.'
T. and J. M. Logan, under tho firm of Logan"
& Logan, will attend to any causes which may bo
entrusted to their management in tho Federal Court.
And Thomas A. R. Xclson will attend, individual
ly, to any causes in which ho may be. employed in
the Supreme Court at Knoxville, -not embraced in
bis partnerships with Col. John Netherland, arid
Messrs. Logan & Logan.
Tho stylu of our linn is Xclson, Logan & Logan.
TIIOS. A. K. NELSON,
SAM'L T. LOGAN,
JOS. M. LOGAN.
Knoxville, Tenn. jell-ly
New. and Splendid Stock
OP , .
Spring g Summer Dry Goods!
Emncs fc Wilds,
Cay SI root, Knoxville, .Tennessee,
HAVE just received and opened a superior stock
of new and fashionable
SPRING AND SOLMER GOODS!
Consisting of Ladies' Dress Goods, Ready-Mado
Clothing of every variety, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoe.-,
Notions, &c, &c, all of which they will dispose of"
at a reasonable profit. "Ve invite tho public gener
ally to call and examine our stock before purchasing
junej-tf ' ... E A MES & "WILDS.
X- O. Flanders fc Co.,
(First Door above Exchange Bank, Main Sheet.)
OFFER FOR SALE,
at the lowest Knoxville rates, a good and well se
lected stock of DRV GOODS.
Mens', Boys' and Children's Hats, at Cincinnati .
Mens-', Boy's nnd Ladies Boots and Shoes'.
Indigo, Alum, Madder, Logwood,
AND Stationery, Perfumerfe, Cutlery, Soap and Bh:ryj:
asd Gents' Furnishing Goods.-