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Tb foDowine letter from a man we know to be botk reliable and intelligent, ihows the existence of a bad itate of things in Sullivan, ene of the worst .t; U tti end of the State. Let the Sheriff a t once enroll 25 men, mount an arm them, s the . i.. Hi reds, and exterminate every wiundrel in rebe'lion. If iuch force is not equal to the taik, i v inval citizens come to their aid. Where men wholly disregard the civil authorities, and or- c-ftni e as mobs, like these outlaws are doing, let t ... them be met in their own way: JesESBORo', Sept. 2d, 18C5, Governor Broicnlow : Deab. Sir A gentleman is here to-aay, who leil i-icgsport yesterday, and eays toe re Deis are ruuog wiva a rugn nana aoove wjeie. That the civil authorities are afraid to do anything. Eey Barger, above Blountville, was badly beaten by this gang for issuing a warrant against one of them. Dr. C'armack, for trying to recover a horse that was stolen from him during the war, was badly beaten. This man says he heard Sam. Terce say, day-be-fere yesteidav, that if the Union people did not get assistance soon they would be ruined. The Sheriff Col. Henry dinger, is a good, brave and true man, and if he had the proper evidence of his authority to call out a ioj-l-m, i c uo uouoi cm that he would expell them. In the face of all this, see an article in the last Bristol Xrws, after quoting editorial correpondance of the Nashville Titties. We have no idea that you can reach every case. But Euth things as these seem to demand attention. Should the eth get heme soon, they may settle it. One of the leaders in this affair, is a man by the name of Pore, or several of thorn, and a deserter frcm the C-th Tcnnesiee Cavalry, formerly a deser ter; from the J rebels. Name not now remem bered. I write at the instigation of others. The following resolution was prepared by the delegation of loyal Fennfylvanians for action in the Pennsylvania Union State Convention, hold on the 17th uH. at Harrisburg, the Committee on Reso lutions of which, having embodied a bimilar resolu tion in their action, this was not presented. We publish it to show the sentiment of the loyal Penn sylvanians : Resolved, Thkt the thanks of thi Convention be tendered to the Hon. Edwin Al. Stanton, Secretary ol War, for his able and eflicicnt prosecution of the war for the uppression of the rebellion and the unity of Stater, and also his great efforta for the re daction of the expense of the Government, in the rapid dinbundaient of our glorious and succe.-.sful armies. . - - Salt at Reduced Kates. Cap i. Jaques, of Saltv ill c, has been on a visit to our town, and informs us that thev are now selling salt at one dollar per bushol. He is making arrang iuents to establioh Agencies in every part of East Tennessee, and is arranging with the Railroad Com panies for a reduction of freights. Salt is abundant at the works, and of the quality we need not speak it is the bet in the United States. To the Members or the Holston An nual Conference. Dear Brethren The time of holding our next Session was changed by the Bishops from the 1 1th September, to the 18th of October. The editor of of the Whig has kindly agreed to publish the list of appointments, which I hope you will sec in lime to prevent confusion. Sept. !tb, ISij. J. AlKLNS Plan of Episcopal Visitation of the M. E. Church, South. BdslI'.T kA AAt-OH. Mneouri At Hannibal, Wtdned.tiy, August Louis At St. Louie, " " " Kentucky At Covington. " Spt -J Louisville At Ruesellvillo. hy.. ' Tennesiee At F-dsefield, ". t. 4 HcU'an At Mitrlon. Va., I HeTeTn iriui At r.nk'-isl uie. " ' b!fB"F 1AKLI. Arkatiaas At .lunt aboif. WHuevlat. iM. 4 Wa,hit At Fldorado. " ' . 1 Virginia At DanMlK " '" Ncrih Carolina, " X MaH'.'l- TAlM. Memphis At Covington, Tnn., Vedti'sday. 'M. IS Mississippi At lireeuvillv, " Nov. 13 Montgenierv Lowndetoro. Ala. ." " IS Motile AfMvl'iK ' - -if ritt"K riLt'.t. South Carolina, W-dn fl,' . . 1 Vecrpia At Macon. " 1 rinrUa-At Madi u. rli-H'T IM'U'i. Ri3 (iranuV, '- It Teias. N"'. 18 Fast Tcxst. " 15 Indian Mum"!.'. -'cf 1 California, '' tl Louisiana, NV. rrotlamalion hy the Governor. TATE OF TENNESSEE, EXEC t T1VE DrrABTMET, Nahvii,if, Tcnn., Sept. 12th, ISi'm. I Whehean a vacancy ha occurred iu the General As--enib'y of the State of Tenne?sof, by the resignation of the Hon. George W. Cuinc;, Representative of the coun ty of Monroe : I, William U. trownlow, Governor of the Mate of Ten ne re. do hereby command the Sheriff of Eaid county of Monroe, to open and hold an election at all the places of voting in said county on Thursday the 5th day of Octo ber, to till said vacancy, and that he make return 1 the result according to law. In te.-tiuionv whereof, 1 have hereunto ciib- scribed ni name, and caused the threat Seal of the State if Tennessee to be affixed. At L. S. S "'"';ci. th Department in Nashvillo, this 12th day of September. W. G. BROWN LOW. A. J. FLETCHER, Sect'y of State. Knoxrille Whig and Nushville Fresf and Time-publish wecklv till the dav of election. -rpl.t tde A. J. FLETCHER, Sect y of St..te. rrotlamatlon hy the Governor. STATE OF TENNESSEE, ) E.VECl'TIVE DErARTMtNt, . NAoiivii.Lr, Tenn., Sept. 6th, IStii. J Wbei.i.as, a vacancy has occurred in the General As jembly of the State of Tennessee, by the- resignation of tlie Hon. Jowph II. Wagner, Representative of the coun ty of Johnn : I. William G. Lrownlow, Governor of the State of Tennesee, do hereby command the Sheriff of said county of Johnson to open snd hold an election at all the place? of voting in said county on Thursday the Mh day of Oc tcbr, I S6j, to Ml said vacancy, and that he make re turn of the result according to law. In testimony whereof, I hereunto subscribe my name, and cause the Great Seal of the State to be affixed. At the Uepartment in Nashville, this Pth dav of September, 163a. W'. G. BROWNLOW. cccoec . o -L. S. g i C s.' C CCJI A. FLE1CHLR, Sec y of State. sepl;Ude 'Tis Not a Fable. The lmmcu!: and nuivt-rral demand for thf rCNT, i a marvrl in xhr A mule of Dentistry ! cf all other drntrltricwi combined. Si-itb-r ..,J tliat r l'rayraut fci' It exceeds I acid from tli- etJniacb, ncr any rthrr corrfcpondiiig clrni'sut p-nrrated bv indigestion, can f ffect a a't cf teeth regularly puritld y tbi J'rafront V rgctaMe , anticptic aad prervativ. A Crown of Glory. Lvery man, noniau child who has ucd Sterlings; Ambrosia is mliinj; to ree mmend it. Three years of rapidly m creaung tale have made the Ambrosia famou? all over the world. IT IS WARRANTED TO TLEASE. It cure? Itching of the Head. It Make-" New Hair Grow on Bald Tlead-. It Frevents the Hay frcm Falling Out. 1: Renders the Hair Soft and Glossy. Cleaves the Scalp. Cools the Heated Brow. Remove? Tandruff. Cures Nervous Headache. Cures Baldness. Injures Luxuriant Locks. Incline! Hair to Curl. Su percedes Wigs. Kills Hair Eaters. Good effect appa ratit at once. TO THE LADIES WE SAY, the A&broMn will suit you to a T. Elegantly put up. Delicately Perfumed. Patronized by Opera Singer- and Actresses. Sold in splendid boxes or carton, containing two larpe bottles : No. 2 for mornins No. 1 for evening. THERE IS NO MISTAKE ABOUT IT, STERLING'S AMBROSI A U the Ktt, most agreeable and effective toilet article in the world. To prove this try a carton. Sold by Prnggist.-. STERLING'S AMBROSIA MANI FACTI RING CO.. all;? 21 j I'vitoit 'trert, , ),-. - - - ANNOUNCEMENT. vv an authorized pnd requested to anii"uuc-v n. MAM Rl'JLK a cndi-Uu- for County Court Cl-rk. at the m fVucs March election. ' potdc STOLEN. ON un'lay ni-.-iiin- fn.m tbe yurdof the under?inc-d. a uark-l i..ui, n.r.', fr '.'. K'il 1"' bauds hi(.-h. t randed w.ih Mt.-r -tt" on" left -h-ulder. mujII Mar in her ia-e. and hind h s -,rv4. A liberal reward w '11 b. paid for her re,urn t.. the re-id-ncc e.f t r. t harl,- yfcC.l.eo. "'L AXTHi.tNV ALLEN. SUPREME COUET AT KXOXVILLE. 0 KL'tl.M- ! the t . ,;,t t'.at dnrin- V' ult t.iat dllrin- , le r... T.. .1... cau-es on thi 1 ---I- -- ! ill o UU, lilt Kct will be heard in il.. r .. ,1... Circuus. coiiniieu: h Villi the tir.t ..n.t . i: . . .. ...-a .io,.i .A. ...a ruitf unf 111 me .t-.',"!",lm""- The law can ,11 L . . i . '-"nevry causes in .aeh Circuit. to.-.v i i-iiii. in lu-nrn. v riniiUvil can 11 -cs will U- heard on a uay io is- uerealter designated. e.li-tl . L. PATTEKr-uN", Clerk. TOBACCO. TUST RECEIVED, 40 tJ different grades, for bale at BVpLItf BOXES OF WM. BOONDs, SEA BATHING! SEA BATHING ! THE ALLEGHAJfT HOCSE, Long Branch, Kew Jersey, is now open for the reception of ruitore. Term, tl HO per day, children and eerranU half price. Thu house is situated within a few hundred yard of the ocean, and if easy of access from Philadelphia or New York, by Railroad daily. Rooms can be enraged for the aesjon on application i bj 'letter tothe proprie Wf jySC-Cl UPPf NCOTT W00LLKF. ' SALE OF ELOCIQIOUSZ TIIIEEIL CEALED PROPOSALS TVTLL BE EE O CEIVED at thia oKee until 8,tmber Zfth. n Jinrcbatw of all biockhonaea built by tn l'od fctatea, in the ormer lpartmet of th Cumberluid, excepting thoc tn the defence of Nashville and OiatUnoora. ad those at Bridge port, Ala., and Whitxide, Tenn. '" toe otocaoonaet wiu be included all timber cnt and banled to the blocUionae (though nnfiamed), and all qnartera for tbe blockhouse garrl on. Separate propoaala wi'J be received for timber cnt for w- a ki and lett la tie vui, vui act I- '.ed, who have bero paid may retain tbe timber on r tu'n rr the voucbrra or receipt" pven tbem. ' h. mimlw.r .nrf location of each blockhouae should be care. fully Mate-. Tne-e bloekbonaee are along the L. and S. K. R. to the Mate line, from tue r.agencia JOnction to tlarktrille, on th. v. . R. I'-, the Xathville, Decatur and Stevenson R. R., N. and C. K B., the K. T. and Ga. R. R., and tbe V. and A. B. R. They coniain iroui lainj to one hundred thousand fret B. M. of timocr, ana a variable quantity of lumber. De tailed miormauon can oe obtained at tnia omce. Term caah, iu a-overnment funds. Bidders are invited to be present at tbe By Command of Major General Thomas W. E. MERRILL, "f" " Col. Urr. s. V. v.. Ent rs SHERIFF'S SALES. IV ILL t--ll for cath at the court house door in fevivrville, on tbe C-th dav Of Oetutr n-xt nil th. ri,-ht titl. .I.im inrf " inn jono ana t-dward Uauc iH has in two eertain tracts or parcels of laud, situated in the l.'th dlntriet. ievier county, one tra t adjoining the lands of Villiam Underwood and others, containing two hundred acres, more or leaa. tbe other trai t containing nxty aeree. more or less, adjoininc tbe """" oi I'atria u.eener, John Caldwell and others. aid lands ill if sold to satisfy a judgment in favor of Harry LaEfr-ton. I " LLM DIGGAN, Sh II. IW ILL n il f.jr tah at ibe court hou-e d)r in S vierville, ou the JMh dav of tMor. !""- all the richt. title, claim nd dcinnnd that Edward Gipon has in a certain tract of land, lying and belni; in the Pnb district, Sevier county, adjoin ing the lauds ol Caleb Jenkins and other", containing aeventy lie ai rei-. more or h s. f-aid land. ' ill 1 wild to satiM"v a judgment lor eoft that Curoline Suminy reeoveredacaiuM. Levi mmv and Edward Oippon. lepl.j.ft ,. 5 J.EM IH'(.f;AN. .-h ft". WANTED. .SELL OFF A S3LvLL LOT OF roceries f'-r lem than cot. with tbe nrivilereofa twelve mouth a lease on tbe More. Mutable for a bar-room. In the rar of the Express Oftiee. h-pi.i-jt georoe nens. INDIANA ASBURY UNIVERSITY. Twenty-Seventh Year. THE UiT. TERM Utb, loo.". WILL coMMKXcr SLTTEMBJ;!! Kxanmiation of candid for la --Mauding. Sptiuitr Iltti and 1 -tii. On al'iili jt j,,n ij.jldi i or needy dii-eliar--e.l I'nii.n SoMii r will te admitted to the rrtv.lar in tlte IVeliarntf.rv S ientific or i lH--ic.il lh nar'tmont". fr.-e.if tuition. It it important lll.lt SlllJ.nl, enter the lir.l .1:. v of tl.n Ses-ion. Kor further information nm.ly to tin- rr.-i.Ietit. Ifey TllnS BOWMAN, h. I. rillLANDEIt WILEY. eplrj-tt Soct'y of Ka:ultv. CIRCUIT COURT-NEWPOET. end .1 utli i:. 1 Circuit, Cinie county. TelineHt'. James 11. Robinson vs. John Thomadon. T APPEAI.INc; FEOM THE AFF1- DAVIT of the I'fiintirt in this caure, that tbe defendant removed himself hcvnnd the limits of the Slate t)f Tenn'4- m c, or to conceals him If that the ordinary process of law cannot I served upon him : It is ordered that publication be made for four ettcceeaive weeks in Brow nlow's Whig, notifying said defendant to appear t next term of the Circuit Court for Cocke county, at the court house in Newport, on the first Monday of IieceniW, li5, then and there to plead, answer, or demur to the suit and demand ol the plaintiff, or the same will tie token for conf-d a to him, and proceeded with ex rart. H. H. BAER, Clerk. Jaincs M. Burnett vs. Alexander's. Smith. "IT APPEARING FROM THE AFFI- -- DAVIT of the 'plaintiff in this cause, that the defendant has removed hiui"eli beyond the limits of this State, or bo ab. sconds or conceals himself that the ordinary process of law cannot be served upon him : It is ordered that publication be made for successive weeks iu Brownlow'e Whig, notifying said defendant to appear at the next term of the Circuit Court for t ocke county, at the court house in Newport, on the firt Mon day, after the fouith Monday in November next, then and there to plead, answer, or demur to tbe suit and demand of tbe plaintiff, or the same will bo taken for confessed as to him. and procecd-d with cx parte. U. II. BAER, Clerk. Henry Ottinger vs. Robert Allen. IT APPEARING FROM THE AFFI- -L DW IT of the plaintiff in thiamine tlmt tl,o,l..c.,l,.,t , removed bim-eli beyond the limits of the State of Tennessee, or bo conceals uiuib'lf that the ordinary process of law cannot be served upon him : It is ordered that the proceedings in this cause be at.-iyed focjat least the space of six months, and that publication be made, for four succevtjyo weeks in Brownlow'a V big, notifying said delcndant to appear at the term of tbe i irruit Court for Cocke couuty, at the court house in Newport, cn the first Monday of December, lst)o, then and there to plead, answer, or d-mur to said suit and demand of the plaintiff, or th- tamo will b lak-n for c0nfe..,-d a3 to him, and proceeded with ex parte. II. II. BAER, Clerk. Stephen lluff vs. Robert Allen. IT APPEARING FROM THE AFFI- -L DAVIT of the plaintiff in this cause, that the defendant is a nou-reident of this State: It is ordered that publication be made for four successive weeks in Browulow s Whig, notifying said defendant to appear at the term of the Circuit Court" for Cocke county, at the court h jusc in Newport, on the first Mon day of Pee uiber. lsx. then and there to plead, answer, orde mur to the suit and demand c f the plaintiff, or tbe ame will be token lor confessed aj to bim, and proceeded with ex parte. - !!'?H"U ' II. H. BAER, Clerk: ATTACHMENT. Jesse Hill vs. W. H. Cannon. APPEARING FROM THE AFFI- AVIT filed in thig carse. that the defendant is indented r: to tue piaintifl, aud soati-conds that the. ordinary process of law- cannot be served upon lim, and having obtained an origi nal attachment, which was returned before me, on tho 19th day of August, lsn. aud th-5 defendant not appearing : It is ordered by me that publication bo made in Brownlow'a Whig, for four siicce-.ive week, that tbe defendant, W. H. Cannon, appear before uie in -S:vierv;lle. on the oth day .first Vlon.lnvi vi .-a. 11 11. i ? v or i ne c.tuse ill oc set lor h anuc ex rorte. scpu-lt ISAAC TROTTER, J. P. ATTACHMENT. David Heart vs. Calvin Hatfield. MIE PLAINTIFF, ON AFFIDAVIT. T saya the defendant is indebted to bim. aud so absconds or conceals himself that the ordinary process of law eannot be s.rved upon him, an attachment having been issued aud re turned l-efore me : It is ordered that publication be made for four successive wevks in Browulow's Whig, requiring said de leudaut to appear before me at my office iu Jacksboro', vn the '.'th day of March. IK:, to make his defene in said uit, or tho .nue will be proceeded w itb ex parte. sepU-4t' JAS. A. W A IS MAN", J. I'. ATTACHMENT. Lewis Standi vs. Samuel Laird. UUIT COMMENCED BY ORIGINAL U attachment before me, and it appearing tome that said defendant Samuel Baird, is a non-resident of the State of Ten nessee : It is ordered by me that publication be tnado for four successive weeks in Brow low's Vv big, requiring said defendant to appear bf fore nie at uiv office iu the 7th Civil District of Scott county, Tenn., on the j.id day of October, lfrbj, and plead or demur, or said cause w ill be set for hearing ex parte, sepl i-tt DENNIS JKAMMELL, J. P. SHERIFF'S SALE! 1 WILL sell lor cash in hand, to the highest bidder at the court bouse door in Knoxville, on tho 1M day of October, ?; . it being the tirt Monday. Ouo tract of land, the, undi vided interest of T. L. Harbison, in said tract, adjoining Har bison, t'lapp aud others. Also, one other tract of land in tbe .'th Civil District of Knox county, adjoining Daniel Koust and others, as the undivided interest of said Harbison. Levied on as the property of sid I'. L. Harbison to satisfy a judgment in favor of John Nance, a iguee. sePo-4tj.fV- JOHN" GIBBS, p. s'fl. CHANCERY COURT CLINTON . September Eulcs, 1S05. James W. Key vs. J. B. Ho?kins and others. rIIIE RESPONDENT, J. B. I10SK1NS, -I- being a non-resident of the State of Tennessee, as charged in the bill: It is ordered that publication be made for four successive week" in Browulow's Whig, notifying said respon dent to appear before the Chancery Court at Clinton, on the first Monday ol everubcr next, then and.there to make bis defense to the bill, or the same w ill be taken as confessed to In in. aud set lor hearing accordingly. sepl3-4t-' W." II. WHITSON, C. A M CHANCERY COURT DANDRIDGE September Hub s, IS-Oo. Injunction Bill. John Mort vs. Hugh A. Henry, et al. 17KCM t . pears he allegations of the bill, hich are sworn to. it as. is a non resident, or so conceals himself that the ordinary process of law cannot be served niou htm : It is therefore ordered that publication be made f0r four successive weeks in Brownlow'a Whig, notifying said defcudaut to appear before the Chancery court at Dandridge, on the second Monday of December next", then aud there to plead, answer, demur or otherwise make de fense, or the same w ill be taken for confessed and tho cause S' t down as to him for hearing ex parte. pt o V m. GALBKA1TH, C. A M. James M. Patterson vs. Jas. C. Bradford and Theodoric I. Bradford. T7K0M tbe allegations of tbe bill, which aresviorn to. it an- J pe that said respondents are non-residents, or so abscond or conceal thems Ives that the ordinary process cannotjbe served en them : It i therefore ordered that publication be 'made for four successive weeks in Brownlow'a Whig, notifying eaid de fendants to appear at tbe Chancery court iu Dandridge, on the seeend Monday of December next, then and there plead, an swer, demur or oth.-rw ie mako defense or the same will be ta kn tor contested snd the cause set lor hearing ex parte ft 5 VVm. OALBKA1TH, C. A. M. Franklin M. Taylor vs. Mary E. Scruggs, et al. FROM the alb gations of the bill, which are sworn to, it ap pears that respondent, Mary E. Scruggs, is a non-resident cl the State of Tennessee : It is therefore ordered that publi cation be made for four successive weeks in Brownlow' W big, notifying "-aid respondent to appear before the Chancery court in Dandridge, ou the second Monday of December next, then aud there te plead, answer, dt mur or otherwise make defense, or the tame will be taken for coufes-ed and tbe cause set down for hearing ex pane. rf; m. tiALBHAITH, C. A M. Joseph C. Hodge and W. C. Hodges, Esecutors of Callo way Hodges, dccd, vs. Alexander K. Bradford, T. I. Bradford, Jus. C. Bradford, Osbcrn R. Watkins and Wm. M. Bradford. F ROM the alb atioUMof the bill, wbiibaic sworn to. it ac pears that respondents are non-residents of this State. or so at'scond or conceal themselves that tho ordinary process or law cannot le served on them : It is therefore or dered that publication be made for four successive weeks in Brow nlow's Whig, notifying said rc-poudcnts to appear before the Chancery com t iu Dandridge. on the second Mondav of December ueit, then and there to plead, auswer, lemur or otherwise make defense, or the same will I taken as confessed and the cause set do n for hearing as to them ex parte, pf o Wm. CALBKAITU, C. 4 M. SALL ?F LAND. Thuma-. former C. A. M., for the use of Win. cal- J. IV brith, C. A. M.f vs. Sarah Riggs, et aL IN oK dn uce to a dei ree pronoun -d at the April special term, 1VA of the Chancery Court at Dandridge, I will sell to the highest bidder, ou a credit of seven months, in bar of tho right ot redemption, in the tovvu of Morristown, Jefferson conntv, Tai.i. .1... -si.1. .1..,. ..I" n-t.-l..... ... ,i . i - . ....Ic,-. oil M IIUOJ tUV - IU U!M V, VIll-WI UfAl, U0 lanUS I purchased b said Sarah Biggs, at a sale made nnder a former Oi-or.-e of said Court. Note w itb good security will be required cl the purchaser and a lien retained on tbe land, until the purchase money i- fiv Tf '1 Win. ;.VLEKAITH, C. A M. John A. ira vs. Wm. L. Ncnncy, G. W. Westinghouse t Co., and Joseph R. Huntsman. John A. sira vs. Wm. L. Xenncy, Jas. M. Rankin, Joe. R. Huntsman. G. L. Boger, Edwin L. and Obion Parker, A. Bradley and Davis Co. JN these canses I will proceed to take the accounts ordered at the June term, !'. in these causes, at my crhc-e iu Dan dridge. cn Tuesday the Id day or October next, when and where the parties cm attend with their proofs, s. pi l-4t Wm. GALBHAITII, C. A M. ATTACII3IEXT. S. W. Inuian, Assignee, lc, vs. F.M. Gaines and W. H. Wiseman as security. THE PLAINTIFF, ON AFFIDAVIT. A aye the defendants are indebted to him, and that they so abscond or conceal themselves that the ordinary process of law cannot be served upon them, and having obtained from me an acting Justice of the Teace, for Jefferson county, a writ of at tachment returnable tbe 4th day of February, 1So5, the aame having boon levied on defendants' property : It is then-fore or dered that publication be made for four successive weeks in Brownlow'a Whig, notifying sjrtd defendants to appear at my d frd" 1ndride' 0B 'he 6rat Saturday of March, ISG6, and be proceeded with ex parte. -plJ-4t A. IV. VU,&1, r. " " etp. COKE." v (Successor to Con k Tunnell.) General Tacker and Forwarder of News papers and Cheap Publications. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in School and Miscella neous Booka, Stationery of every de scription. Paily, Weekly. Monthly and Quarterly American. French. Itli;tn. Ger man and Irish Publications. Dcah-r sup plied promptly at lowest ratoe. All new Books received direct from the Publisher! Send your orders to, or call on E. P. COXE, v. 40, Cherry Street, ep6-4t ,ahville, fenn. J90. 0 NEILt, Late Capt. 17th C. H. C. 1. .IAS. T. i,BELlET, Late Col. . th Tenn. I. is. T. aBLRNiTHT, Late col. b'tb lenn. Ca . O'NEILL, SHELLEY & ABEENATHY, Solicitors of Military Claims, OFTICES AT Nashville, Knoxville and Kingston rroeeute "claims acainst the government for property taken bv and for the use ol the Annv. Bounty for two years service. Bounty fr wounds and for aoldiars discharged under General Order. Back Pay and Bounty procured for deceased soldiers Also, Pensions for Fathers, Mothers, Widows and Minor Chil dren. Commntat.on of Rations for such aa havo boeu pno- ners of war, Prize Money, Horses lost while in the service. Ac. Especial attention raid to making out Officers' Monthly and OnarterlT rprr. P?v Accounts, and l the collection of Vcncbera. Office, Guy Strrel, ojjosit" Lnmar Hmi.-c. septi-lt TEINi:?SEli: SOLDIERS AND EVERYBODY, STOP AND READ!! LOOK TO YOUR INTERESTS ! A NEW STOKE JUST OPENED, U'-ail'ju;n t l , CiiuiU iltnJ Str"rt, uith a . lar to k o! BOOTS. .SHOES. DATS. SHI IMS. A,, CLOTDIXi. Coats. 1'auts, Vests, Neck-Tie-, Ac, Drc 1-. "el a hifi dr-d idher articles, too numerous to ne ntion. - me one, come all, aud eiime our stock. Judge for yourselves. DO NOT FOPGET THE PLACE. OPPOSITE MAJOR VESERAL STOXEMAVS HEADWATERS. sepii-Jl HUH A CO. STEAM BAKERY, CON FE CTIONERY AND CANDY MANUFACTORY, No. 16, SUMMER STREET, (NEAR UNION. OZANNE & MORRISON PROritlETOIlS H WING AMPLE MACHNEJRV, arc prepared to furni'h, ou hort notice, WE Bt'TTER, I'l C-N1C, !.-0DA. BObTON, aud WINE CKACKEKo and CANDIES.- L'i aleib cau rely on tiettmi: theiu fresh ami surerb-r to ftiote made North expressly for the Southern tnark t. 67?X'A' SOLICITED ASD l'ROMPTKY FILL LI'. scp'-lra OANE MILLS ! CANE MILLS ! ! ( N CONSIGNMENT. Fk Sai l Cheat. ep6-4t I. JOSEPH A CO- FOR SALE. A BUSINESS HOUSE on Gay Street. i- Tho building fronts M feet on tiay Street, and runs back l'O feet, to an alley, is two stories high, aud Uirire enough f"r two good store room". For further particulars apply b ,1. II. P. V.N SHAW, if CKOi KE1T. sept;-yt or.l.' FOR SALE. DESIRABLE A J VEKY RESIDENCE A.-vlum Mic t. The lot fro&t-v l'.o b t. and tut:- t o k Tho building is two stories luh. ae.d 'od cellar. iuoke-linuse, stable, Ac. .ml For furth' r particulars apple to J. U. KKNSHAW l.yi feet to an alley, eight rooms, with g' also, a No. 1 cistern. gepij-ot FOR SALE. NE OF THE MOST O DESIRABLE rcjM nres in th1 citv of Kunxiil- iluabd on Main street. The lot is IV feet square, with two dwell im- li-sil on it luo a large well bnished hou-e, i .-nt. lining eh-w n rooms, the other a small house, with four good ( .imi-.iuM" rooms. The houses are both comparatively m vv and in good repair. There is abo all necessary out-buiMing-. sm It stable, smoke-house, AC. Abo. n No. 1 cistern. For tin tie r particulars apply to sep.3t a. H. l!"('K KIT. Wai; C 1 aim "oillceT WIVI. A. COCKRILL, CLAIM AGENT, Gay Street, two doors South of Lamar House. "f JILL collect'all claims against the tioveirment for Quar W master's and Commistary surpli-s. taken tor Hi- u-e of the army, wktther rrreiptrt? for or nut. Pay for Horses, Fencing. Ac taken oi d-ttoyd. il collected. Certificates of non-indebtedness procured from the d;P''iciit departments at 'Vashingtou for resigned or discharged olhcers, and final Hettlements made. llaving business connections with most leliablc agem, in Washington, I am prepared to prosecute all claims icquiiing practical knowledge aud faithful care, speedily and ou reason able terms. 1VM . COCKRILL. PP. O. Boxlsd. augJtf Knoxville, Teim. HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE. 4 verj desirable brick dwelling will be sold for less than its - value. The lot is larga, well improved aud within tinrty yards of the best Sprinj in Knoxville. Apply to J08 KING, for price, c. aus3 tf Notice. Wak 1'I.r.lKl.MLM, ) aud Freedmen and Abandoned Lan l-. w Kncxtil!, rfmie.ifc, Juti 15, 15-;"'. t Bureau ol Rofug' This office u now opened at Pr. Currey ' eld stand, on oy street, where all persons owing rents for houses or farms will call and pay up promptly, or some action will be taken to se cure the same at once. jylO-lf JOHN K HENP.Ypecial APnt. S. G. HUBBARD. Conductor of Book Trade Sales, No, 21 West Fifth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. CONSIGNMENTS of Books, Stationary, Paintings. Engrav ings, Old Coins, Ac, solicited. Special attention given to the cataloguing and selling of private libraries, (large or small!. Rare Books, Works of Note, Ac. auglu 5t INSOLVENT NOTICE. PURSUANT TO AN ORDER OF THE -L Clerk of connty conrt of Meiga county, Tennessee, all persons having claims against the estate of Isaac 0. Cross, dec'd.are hereby notified to file the same with the count; court Clerk before the first day of January, 1S66, properly authen ticated agreeable to law, for pro-rata payment according to the laws governing insolvent estates, or they will be forever barred. auglf-8w .Wm. S. ARHANTS, Adm'r, c. noticeT THE PARTNERSHIP OF J. II. CALD- JL WELL. T: A. SMITH, and J. C. D01 GLA know u as the firm of J: 11. Caldwell 4 Co.. is this day dissolved by mutual consent, and they are no more partners in busings of no r han disinc: anglb-ot THOMAS A SMFrH. J.'& C. REAKIRT, Dealers in MACHINE CAEDS, COTTON WARPS, STUFFS, dt?o., No. 12, EAST PEARL STREET, Cincinnati, Ohio. CiLTE. PLIERS, WOOL OIL. LOOM CARD.-. PATENT TEMPLE OIL CANS, BELTING, WEAVERS til LAI,.-. PRESS PAPERS, LARD OIL, COMB PLATES. PT'NCHES, STEtL REEr-S, CAXE Do., SUUTTLES, HAND CARDS. BOBBIN'S, PICKERS, LACING LEATHER, PICKER Do., WIRE HARNESS, HARNESS TWINE, S ENTER HOOKS. EMORY, HEDDLE FRAMES, For sale low by jv'26-m Mo. VJ J. A C. KEAK1KT. Ea-t Pearl Street. Cincinnati. i. VALUA13L1: PROPERTY FOR SALE. HAYING BID OFF CERTAIN TARCELS OF property at a Sheriff's sale in Knoxville, in elf-dc-fcnsend having rawed my bids to tbe follow ins figures, I offer them for sale at the same figures : The Reynolds Farm $ 5,nii) 0i The Sneed Dwelling House .... 7,omi (tn The Croier Dwelling Houe ll,n U") Messrs. Baxter k Temple will act as my agents, and for the prices named will turn over either or ali of these par cels to purchasers. Either Parcel 's worth nearly double. msr2Mf W. i. BROWNLOW. - FIFTY-FIVXr TEARS Or STABLE STJCOISS!' Cash Capital 81,000,000. -EMI-ANNUAL STATEMENT L1G, Time It, IHOti, HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. ASSETS. Caah in hand and in Bank Lean cn perscnsl ecnntv Reel Estate Bank Stock ....Mirket value. Railroad Stocks, " Stato and City Boudi. - " Faihod Bonds, " tnited tt.ites Bond , " ...S106.M2 M ... 21,965 M . . . M,000 (X) ... 687,8 00 . . . 87,680 00 ... 152,900 00 ... 35,500 00 .. i92,W0 00 81,583,153 62 LIABILITIES. I settbnient, iu pieces- e SH.ttl 40 A- INUA'.tD EXen'sIVILI l THE BlSlvrssOr FIKE INSURANCE TKf. KABTFOJID, Inilie extent and ehuraeter of itn resources in its daily and annual ineome in the amount of its yearly business in tha aj-rrrte of its loss pavnienH in its trierf iperience and higb eomuiereial standirip. ranks an the FIRST AMERICAN INSTITUTION. K.MR RATES PROMPT PAYMENTS LIBERA1 rRI-VClTLEri, A'D ETROSO.POLICIIS, .ire it- rt ilf ntiwU to imtilie favor. All classes of Fire risks accepted at rates II- 1L. I I graduated 10 uie nazara. AHENCIES IN ALL PERMANENT LOCALITIES. JJiO. S. VAS filLDEH, Ag:ent, . pt'tf Knoxville, Tenn. OYER $.300,000 LOSSES PAID IN TEN5NSSEE BY THE MM 8Ti; Wi.llIToKWAKD LEALlXi.S IN EVERY DEPART. MENT of its extended business, from the receipt of a pre mium to the payment of a lose- has rendered tho nam of PHCENIX, OV H AETPOED, As familiar as any household word; and from far East sun rise to the golden shores of the Pac:nc slopo, its eminent use fulness as an Insurance Corporatiot ha been thoroughly triad and satisfactorily tested. It is now better than ever prepared for servico and duty in the line of ifcprofcssion, with increased rilito s lur the transaction oi business. Ilramli Office, Cintiunatl, Ohio. H. M. MAOILL, Gea'l Agent. J0. S. WW GILDER, Agent. sep6-3ni Knoivillo, Tenn. R. W. Tl'CK, J. G. DAVIS, A. P. TUCK, Late with Phelps, CbMw.1I 4 Co. Louwvjllo, Ky. (hrr-tMn Co. TUCK, DAVIS & CO., Wholesale Grocers AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 322 Main street, between Eighth and Ninth, LOUISVILLE, KY. Consignments Solicited. ep6-"m CARPENTER I MUNSON, General Claim .Aerents, J. B. CARPENTER, I ate Lieutenant and Adjutant IstTenneieee Light Artillery, S. MUNSON, Cats Lieutenant and Adjutant Sth Tenneasee Cavalry. WOULD KESPECTFULLY INFORM the citizens of East Tennessee that they have opened an clfice in KAOYVILLi; fot the nuruoce of adiuatine and collectintc all olasaes of claim! against the Government for auppbei taken and informal vouch ers given, and supplies taken anl no receipt given, and for servicee rendered. Prompt attention given to lettlementa of officers' accounts. Stoppage of pay removed, and certificate of non-indebtedness obtained tor rearnged officers. - Reasonable pric9 charged. Vouchers bnuirht or collected at lowest prices. f3T Office 1st door South cf Exchange Rank, Gay street, os tu nice nux B(i. Hnoivuie, asnn- ErrEEf.vcis Hon. W. ti. Brownlow, Gen. A.C. Gillem, Col. L. C. Houk.C'apt. McHeish. ep6tf HENRY BEARD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. A1) SOLICITJ2K OF CLAIMS AGAINST THE UNITED STATES, WASHINGTON 0ITY, D. 0. Ct"l. l.Uf TS I'nllauceu due lor supplies furnished the army, ; iliaws for horses .ind ciuipnieuts lost in the service, claims f, r etsel--, cais. A c. ilesf roved a hils t in public employ, attends to application for pardons, and prepares for submission toCon- ;r equitable claims of loyal persona for iroperty appropri- at- 'I or destroyed by the armies of tho I niterl .States. Obtains T n-ion-J Arrears of Ty and Bounty, and settles Aerounts. Kni us T" lion. 11102 keudoll and Hon. William Bebb, Wa-bint'ton itv. X.ldvess f'-r eircnlar-. I. -timonial-, Ac., P. t'. I'oji, No. "10. I'ti-i'.ni D. P. lAULDS' Great Southern Music House, No- 70, late 223 Main St., bet. 2nd and 3d, LOUISVILLE, KY. 8"i I'll UK X A.v lit f"r Steimray A Son's, Cbiekerings A Son's i;. i.abki's, aud other tirsl class Piano Fortes; l. 1. A H. W . mitli's American t'rgani and Melodeons, and Martins 'Guitars at Mauiilaetiirer's prices. Mu-ieal Instruments of every description. Fresh Italian, Kreiv h aiiii;i:ii(.-'i-b Violins, Cuitars aud Violincollos; Strings of tli" Ix'-t quality, received monthly, direct from the facto-rie-. Ti-ade supplied at lowest Eastern prices). Any Music i r Musical Instruction Books published in this country besides my own ental gne of publications amounting teocr Py.i plate's, embracing the largest stock of Music in the Sviith'or South-west. Dealers, Schools and Touchers sup plied at the Usual discounts. Mil i.- and catalogues forwarded by mail, postage paid, iseud tor a catalogue. I. P. FAl LDS, Importer of -Musical C.'x!s. Publisher of Music,aud Uilerin Pianos. No. 70. late JL, Main Street, Louisville, Ky. Mv Instruments are all nanufactnred expressly for the Southern climate, and fully warranted. "'p6tf Lr is r w in. jo rru PAVtn. . SAI I LS NEW FIEM OF L. DAVID & CO., It He "pen-J a Iaigcaud well selctid stock of DRY GOODS, . ! all des.i'rtious. Also a good assortment of HEADY-HADE t'EOTHIXO, sUArt, Peots, Hats, i.ap., Ti unks, and a largo assortment of GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS. lhaukful for the patronage extended to us during the. past year, wc respectfully solicit a continuance of the same, at tha new store under Kanisey's Hall. The attention of Country Store keepers is called to our stock of Goods, w hich will beaol'd to their advantage. Call and amine our stock and prices beforo purchasing elsewbare. I. DAVID, J03EFII DATID, HlicjM E. SAMUELS. AGENTS WANTED I'PR THE NURSE AND SPY. THE most interesting and exciting book ever published, em bracing the adventures o: a woman in the I nlon army as X ui se. Scout and Spy. giving a most vivid inner picture of the war. Teachers, laJie. energetic young men, and especially return ed and disabled officers aud soldiers, in want of profitable em plovnicnt, wUl find it pcculialiy adapted to their condition. We have airents clearing SIM per month, which we will prove to anv doubting appliiaut. Send for circulars. Address JOXES, BROS. A CO.. llWest FOl'KTII STREET, aiiLi' - t Cincinnati, Ohio. Dr. H. M. GRANT, DENTIST, MA IM., taken rooms on Church street, two doois west of Gav, respectfully tender my services to the citizens of xville. Bung a graduate of one of the best dental schools in the world, (the Baltimore College,) and having had twelve years experienceand practice, I feel myself to be in aU respects competent to the successful and satisfactory performance of anv operation pertaining to my profession. I am permitted to refer to Hon. Wm. Heiskell. J. . XiU-s, F-i , Hon. C. F. Tric. Rev. T. W. Humes, C. W. nail, Esq., C. Pvwe'll. Cd. John illiams. and Messrs. Logan A Logan, and would confidently add any of the old citizens of Abingdon, Virginia. july5-tf CATTLE WANTED. BEEF CATTLE WANTED, for which the highest mm ket pi ice w ill to paid. Persons having atib- to sell will call at the Government slaughter house. WILLIAM STOW ELL, i:;.:ii.:'.t Agent for Burnsid" A Co. DISSOIXTIOX. ' fvjIE partn-rhip heretofore existing between I. Joseph, M. J F. Smith and M. M. Samuel, nnder the came and firm of i. Joseph Co.. Acction and Commission Merchant, is this dav dissolved by mutual consent, by M. M. Samuel withdraw ing his name from the concern. All business will be settled np aud conducted hereafter, as heretofore, ty the remaining partners under the name of I. Joseph A Co. 1 1. JOSEPH. augi:-a M. F. t-MITH, 70UND-LAYING ON OUR COUN- A TER, on Wedneeday, Aognst 16th, a Pocket Bookcontato ins; a few dollars. The owner can have it by calling at our store, and paying for this advertisement. apjr23if BARRY k McPAMTO- BLUESTONE ! BLUESTONE !! 170 R SALE, BLUESTONE IN BOXES J. weighing about two hundred pounds each, at manufac turers prices. Address J. K. RAHT, Agent, aug23d 5t Cleveland. Tenn. HOUSE FOB "RENT THE HOUSE FORMERLY OWNED BY A T. J. Towell. west of the rniTenit j is for rent. jj-2..-tf O. P. TEMPLE. WHO SHOULD INSURE. IT IS THE DUTY OF EVERY POOR MAN 10 IN SURE his cottage : every moderate man his resi dence: every rich man his mansion; so that dependent loved ones may not lit made to suffer the unforseen calam ity of l ire. The Dwellings should ALL be insured. j It is the dutjr of every debtor to insure lor the protec ', tiou of hi.- creditor, and it is the duly of creditor to s ee ' that ho does il, and, if be will not do it, do it himsoll. i ! Merchants ol the wiser s-ort hm-n tirnvnrh. thai "The .. business that will not pay lor insurance, will not pay to follow." All Merchant should insure. Manufacturers should insure, of. course, the special dangers of fire are too apparent in mills and manufactur ing establishments to need any urgent appeals. Personal Property ol every insurable description, and every other kind of desirable Fire Risk taken at as favor able rates and rules as safety and experience will permit The Etna presents unequalled facilities for granting first-class Insurance upon all property liable to destruc tion by FIRE. Every man should insure, the burning of whose prop erty would injure or inconvenience himself, hie family, or bis neighbors. The man who omits to insure hi property now, must, in the very nature of the cade, be either negligent, ignorant, or reckless. Policies in the -Etna Insurance Company will be is sued promptly, and under the prescribed rules of the Company, by application to IV. It. PATTERS OAT, First National Bank, augQtf Knoxville, Tenn. $100 REWARD. Provost Marshal's Ufiice, ) Sweetwater, Tenn., Aug. 3, lsoo. ( THE nndersigned will pay one hundred dollars reward for ithe apprehension and delivery to bis office, one William B. lioneycut, formerly a Lieutenant of the 13th Tennessee Caval ay, who is charged with conspiracy, robbery, Ac. "Will also pay (240) fifty dollars reward for the apprehension and delivery of one Samuel Pananer, private, Co. B, 13th Tennessee Cavalry. These persons made their escape from the military prison, on tha niylit of July 31st, and are now sup posed to be in tho vicinity of Knoxville, Tenn. Grecuevillc and Jones borough papers will please, copv. O. F. BARNKS, atig30-tf Major and Provost Marshal. T WILL PAY FIFTY DOLLARS RE- A WARD to any one who will arrest and deliver to me the body of JOBS It. McLAlS, who made bis escape from the county jail of Knox couuty on or about the 2d day of July, 1S65. jy!9-tf M. D. BEARDEX, Sheriff. 50 REWARD T11K above reward will be given for the arrest and delivery of V. M. ilALTOCK, who escaped my jail in Knoxville, ou tha 11th of August, lsij,"', aged about '-6 years, 5 feet 4 inches high, dark complexion, and black eves, bad on when he lrft a Vankee suit. aug'23tf J. P. LI SK, Jailor. SI.200 REWARD! TUE CITIZENS OF KNOX COUNTY offer a reward of TWELVE HCNDKED DOLLARS for the capture of the murderer or murderers of George Majors. Five individuals are suspicioned to bo tho murderers, who bad been lurking about through tbe country at tha time the murder was committed, viz : AD.13I LEOU, JA3IES LEGU, WILLIAM LEtiG, ELbERT HTEVHES$, and ono other iu company, whose name we are not ablo to give, but he calls himself a Texan ranger. The above reward will be secured iu thu hands of J. C. My natt, to pay over to the person or persons who may capture tue murderer or murderers of George Majors. WM. SMITH, t . ii-.k. J. L. Bhown, &.irttur-. julyl:!-3m ' SlIERIFF'S SALE. 1 WILL sell to the highest bidder for cash in hand, at the courthouse door in Knoxville, ou Saturday tho 30th day of September, ls6o, all the right, title, claim aud demand that Daniel King has in and to a certain tract of land lying In tbe 11th Civil District of Knox county, adjoining the lands of James Currier, Kobert Gray's heirs and others, containing 20U acres more or lees. Said property will be sold to satisfy a judgment that John Currier recovered against I'aniel king, in the Circuit Court of Knox connty. aug30-lt ' M. I. BbARDKN, Sh ff. XOTICE. I WILL offer for sale to the highest bidder on a credit of twelve months, at tho residence of the late James C. Ed wards in Monroe county, on Fork Creek, one Steam Engine portable Grist and Saw Mill, in complete running order. Also, some Hay and Corn. The purchaser will be required to give bond and approved security, with a lien retained on the prop erty till the money is paid. S. J. MARTIN, aepG-lt Adm'r of tbe estate of J. C. Edwards, dee'd. Army of the Cumberland 3 Jk. X Gar 33 S, As Ordered hy Gen. Thomas, in Gold and Silver, now ready. I HAVE in stock, a variety of Aimt Badges, and make to ord.r any style or quality. All orders carefully and prompt ly filled. N. B. Having purchased the Stock of Military Goods of Mr. H. G. Hamlin, Jr., aud added the same to my own, togeth er with daily purchases of new goods, I am ablo to supply Sut lers, Dealers and Military men, with anything thev may need In my line. E. 6. L. Ml"STI, Sonth-weat cornel of r'ourth and Main Streets, augC3-5t Cincinnati, O. Ektablislied in 1846. UNION BRASS WORKS And Depot or Plumbers', Steam & Gas Fitters' Materials, 247 and 240 Wet Fifth Street, Cincinnati Ohio. BKASSand silver-plated cocks, patent globe valves, bath tubs, iron and copper boilers, wash stands, w ash bowls, hoppers, earthenware, balls .bowers water closets, iron pijw, rubbar now, jack chain, safety chain, sinks. Plumber's tools, iron lends, tees, Ac., Ac., at the lowestjrates. W M. POWELL A CO., aug-3 lin Manufacturers and Proprietors. BEARDEN & 00., (Late of Macon, Georgia.) No. '40 BEAVER STREET, YORK. Liberal Advances made on Ootton, Wool and Produce Generally, - Bulk TO Bu-iness Men of Macon. Merchants ot Atlanta, W. B. Jones A Co., Richmond. Va.. r'lcmiug A W h' le-, Au gnta, J. T. Broocki, and T. Branch A son-, Petersburg, Va. aoe30-3iu DSY GOODS, GROCERIES, &c, GOOD and CHEAP, at Dr. P. H. Card well's store, wsst'side of Gay, between Main and Cumbealand, two doors south of Lamar House. Gall and examine before purchasing else where, and we will make it to your interest to bey. P. H. CARDWELL. juneSS-tf By J03. BAUMANN. HATJLING. PERSONS WISHING TO II IRE A TEAM, will find one on Cnion Corner, l.ay Street, when not employed. septt To the Creditors of A. IT. Low, Dec'd. ALL persons who have claims acainst the estate of A. S. Low, dec'd, will present their claims to the Clerk of the connty court, at his office in Maryvilb-, Blonnt county, on or before the 4th day of December next, in order that a pro-rat distribution may be made among the creditors. ang23-4t A. T. BONHAM, Adm'r. WHEAT. w PM. E WANT TO BUY 5 OR 10 TIIOU- SA5D bushels of Wheat, the highest price will be paid aug30-4t HAZKH WS. J. -B. 'VAN BOOT, SHOE AND KNOXVILLE, i ... ... 'V -: - Jh - FRENCH CALF SEWED BOOTS. MADE TO ORDER! I LEATHER BELTlXCv, MacU to Order! All Orders Promptly Shipped by llxpre to all Point on Railroad, Ac. J. S. VAN GILDER, MEDICAL Medicated Vapor Baths, For t lie Pruint, Tlxninih jiih! Hadi ;il (.'mv ot fortus f Primary, Secondary, and Tertiary Syphilis. DR. J. T. SALTEK WOULD KESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE TO THE AF FL1CTED, that he is now prepared, at his rooms, on Gay street, opposite the Lamar Bouse, Knoxville, Tenn., to admlclta this great remedy to all who are afflicted with jny form of the above-named disease. Dr. Salter baa found, after long and varied experience in treating this most insidious and inveterate disease, that the only perfectly reliable course of treatment for tb certain eradication of all Syphilitic taint from the system is that of Medicated Vapor Baths, judiciously administered, with the proper auxiliary remedies. Dr. Salter takes great pleasure in being able to state, that since ha has pursned bis preseat modn f treating this hydra disease, he has not, to the be.t of hig knowledge and belief, failed in a single instance of having effectei radical core of every case in which the patient has gone through with his regular conrse of treatment. His treatment is as mild and pleasant as it is prompt and efficient. No oue, who is able at the time he comes undar his treat ment to go about and attend to business, will have to be confined fur a single day during the course of treatment. That those who have suffered for months, perhaps for years, with this most loalhso'ue and destructive duee, thai, too, after having spent large sums in the employment of different physician i and various so-called remedies, may be induced to giv his treatment a trial, ha will here state, that he is willing, In every ca that he undertakes to cure, to enter Into obligations to return all fees in case be should fail to render entire satisfaction. Dr. Salter specially treats all diseases peculiar to the Urinary and Oenerativc Organs. Abo, Chronic Disease nf every char acter, particularly of the Blood, the Skin, and the Nerves. Office on Gay street, opposite the Lamar Bouse, Knoxville, Tcnnesiee. Post Office Bex lu. Office hours from 9 to 12, M., from S to 6, and from 7 to 1, r. x. julylD-tm ARTHUR A. EREAbT. Arthur A. Breast & Co., !NTo. 29 "Public Square, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, LEALEES IN Hardware, Cutlery, Gum Belting, &c, &c. WE HAVE ON HAND A VERY LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCK OF HARDWARE AND CUTLERY, which we are offering at greatly roduced price. Merchants Hnd the public generally vibititig Na.-hvillo, are respectfully iavit.4 t call and x amine our goods. Our stock embraces, in part, a splendid assortment uf Table and Pocket Cutlery. Razors, Shears and Scissors, Axes, Hatchets and Hammeis, Britchor's and Gcodland'b Files, Lock-?, Hinges and Bolts, . Screws. Naik and Spike. Horse Shoes and Nails, Carpenters', Farmers', Tanners' Shoemakers' Tools. - ALSO - A tine stock ot Grain and Grn-s Scythe Blade?. Snath. A tine stock oi' Cradles ot all makes A tine stock ot Gum Belting and Packing WE .ARE ALSO AGENT KOK DICKINSON 4 BIN NEXT S CELEBRATED CIDER PRESSES, Tho very best Mill ot the kind niad, and which we are offering at vpr j,Pj, f,,r , H.j, juneJl-lui MARTHA Washington College, ABINGDON, VA. WILL BEGIN ITS NEXT ANNUAL SESSION the 1-t ol SVpf niS-r, 165. an-1 clo tb- T'h of Jun, 1W. ith tho following B.-hpI cf In-triv Wn, vrh other Teacher to br ches'-n : Rev. V. . Harris. rrei'l-nt un-1 rr"IW-pr - f M uh.--mstks and Physical Sciences. Rev. W. G. K. Cl'NNVNGnAM, rrof-.,or of Kuli-h Lit-i i ture ud Ilintory. Miss Sl'sAN Cos, fiofrness aud Teacher cf Lali.h Eri'nch- i. Profesior of Music. Mis Bill GcKPN, Aistnt in English snd Mure . TERMS. Board for the above Session iWtf' ipenscs for Wood ptT month 1,00 Tuition in Collegiate Course for the entire Svssion J0,00 Tuition in Preparatory Course :,'.' For information addrvss aug30-3t WM A. HARRIS UNIVERSITY OF NASHVILLE. Medical Department. T HE KEGULAK COURSE OF IN- J. BTBT-f TTflV will bo'inou the first Monday of ovcmt:er. 1865, and end on th 1st dav of March, 1S6. The Muwum. Cabinets, Llbrarv, Buildings and appurtenances, are still j perfect as ever, a'nd the old corps of teachers each in his place, except Trof. Buchanan, removed by death, and whos-? place has been filled by Trof. BriggJ, formerly Professor of Practi cal Anatomy. Tbe Anatomical Room will be opened ou the first Mouday iu October, and every facility aflc-rdtd for the prosecution of the corner-stone study. Fees for the full Course 1'Aj '.V Martriculation fee 6 .' Gradation fee 6 n To Demonstrator for Practicat Anatomy W For boarding in good houses about 3 W a week For further particulars apply to Dean for catalcgu W. K. Bowii.vg, M. D., Professor of Institutes and Pi icti. of Medicines and Dean of Facnlty. Thomas R. Jinninu, M. D., Professor of Anatomy. J. Bebriem LiND-aiY, M. P., rrofostor of Chtniistiy tid Pharmacy. C. K. Wjssio', M- I)., Trofessor of Matelia M' dica and Medical Jurisprudence. Wi. T. BBltfoi, M. I. Professor of Surgical Anatomy and Phvsiology. Jous M. Wats-is. M. D., Profe3cr cf l.f tri. s and Vi :, of Women and Childrcu. Paci F. i r, M. 1)., ProKssot f Priuciplvs and Vra- Uce cl Snreery. TrB. Bkhaa, M- D., Curator ol Mut-uai. V. S. LiU;Lt;v, l. P.. I'vmnstrator of Aoat"ni; . augO om EMORY & HENRY COLLEGE. WAIXGTON, COUNTY, VA FT1HL 1 ALL StslUX Vi THIS IM-TITU11'.'N I'flMl' A n 'Be l'1"1 "' f"1 terms for a ?-.-s-iou ol ie mon'h-. in (e curren- a, are : Tuition, in the C'IU j-iatv cuutsr Fuel, rjoru-rent aud contine nt , 1'-' '"' Board, So per w.t k weeks) Tuition in the Preparatory course SV h 'f . Stude nts supply thvir own roouis with furuitup . Jth r iuf"imati"U can b- ol t.iincd by ;iddr---in.-, E. V II.KV. V t -.ptKlt Kui'.Ty P. KNOXVILLE FEMALE INSTITUTE. WllE FALL SESSION OF THIS WELL JL known and popular Institution, will commence o n Tuesday September Mh, l."o, and close on the second Thursday 111 January. The entire property has been neatly refitted; and nothiu; will beominitted that will make the school pmhtall" and pleasant to every young lady that may attend. Our success during the past session, "(having enroll- d 1 ru pils) has far exceeded our fondoet hope. A thorough and accomplished corps of teachers for both the Literary au 1 Mu-ical Department have b-en already em ployed. M,Board in goo-1 families can be had ou reasonable lerm, wTuitlon for half aewiou incnrmMg o-'f11-''-..Teachers in Muiic aud Drawing, l'rofrs.rs Ha. ker aud Knabe. For information or circular, addrc-s .og-jtf JOHN F. sPLNCK, TniKipal TUfeULUM COLLEGE. THIS INSTITUTION WILL OPEN on the firt Wednesday of October, 18ti5. Fees, J2 to ii per term of ten months, in advance. Yonng men without present means are received upon accommodating terms. The produce price of the country will govern the rate of board, which at first, will probably be about t i, per week. The-w renting dormi-.oriea can board themselves mor cheaply. For further particulars addrew, " Tnenlom 0"lleje 4 mile Kat of GreeoeviUe, Tenn. us2 GILDERS LEATHER STORE, TENNESSEE. BOOTS. SHOES. " SOLE LEATHER, UPPER LEATHER. " BRIDLE LEATHER, BELTING LEATHER. SKIRTING LEATHER. BELLOWS LEATHER. KIP SKINS, I'AI.r SKINS. LINING SKINS. SHOE PEGS. SHOE LASTS, SHOE TOOLS. Vigii lm Mimi, KnniTillr, Teuit. NOTIC3D. All communication strictly private and confidential. 3. T. SALTER, yim V. TffOS. V. CRAIGHEAD. Plova and Cultivators, Cotton Scrapers and Sleeps, Shovels. Spades and Picks, Chains, Kope and Cordage. Saws. ChLse-b and Piano, Horse Bru-hes and Cntfr Coiabn. Blacking and Glue, ARTHUR A. BREAST & CO. SCHOOL FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. MISS CUAliLUTTE 3feLEAN BEGs to inform the public that rite t4 commenced He I,M Session of htr school and will be pteat:j to rereive pepils, boyj or girls, until the 1st of September. rip:i m th primary departments as well as n the advanc4 clasws received . In connection with the scfcoel, rWv. AWr lyaa will open class in the higher branch-1 ef Literature, Science and the Languages, for further particulars apply at t! pars'r ai adjoining the Catholic Church. v:p2 ':i OAKLAND FEMALE SEMINARY, Hillsboro', Ohio. BOAEDING SCHOOL FOR YOUNG A LADIE3. Number limited te thirty. o dav icho:r received. Board and tuition I2io,0O pe y.ir. Music, French. c.,estra. W refer to all the laies w have graduated with us during twenty-five years. Thir an: and other in formation may be found in the eatalnw, fcr which applv t" augli5-6; JOSfcfdl ScD .XATUEWS, HlUboro. Ohio. FEMALE COLLEGE, BORDENTOWN, N. i. THIS INSTITUTION IS SITUATE!' A. on tlie Lainuen an t Amtov Ra.ili.d 'A: h-,nr rH, I from 'ew York, nd l1-, frcin PhiladelriLa ! lDCatir-n ti unsurpassed for bauty and healthfuln6ss i.il a;ion::tn i paid to the common and higher traschss et i.nj.i!-b, sr i "iipenor advantages furnishe-1 inV-.-al Imraaiental Mnaic. Diawin?, Paictlngand Fiench. Ihe Ismkhhou is strlctlj Family ?chool, where tho mt car fnl panats may f..-l sa'--tn placing th- ir daughters. The fell fuse ecwioi"HC.'s j'-ptuci-her lth. I?fc. For catal"euf-. ad lre Rtv . jl'Hy U BBAKLrV, 4 M.. jnlyn-'iu' V'-jc.jj-u THOS. CORWIN, or ouic WM. H. OWES, lill! COL. . M. . THC3. WILSo. C0RWIN, OWEN & WILSON, ' i n. JOHXsTOX, C0RWIN . FINXELL. Attorneys Counsellors atlav, AND S0LICIT0ES OF CLAIMS, Of.ct, 222 F Stret .ir Treasury BuiM:.?, AKlI.tiTO, I. V. Will practice in the Sapreme Cart of the rntted StaUs, tbt Court ot Claims, and the Courts of the District ef Ccluirb: i'tii-'.lciilar att'.r.t-ot oaf. to CLAIMS ana DEPAHTMEST CilSE$. OFFICERS' ACCOUNTS ADJUSTED. aogMtt ! I . S. Sanltar) Comnilsslon Ariuy and Claim Asency. NO CHARGE FOR SERVICES. CHARLES SEYMOUR. Local Age at. Ofllce, Lamar Houmn Knoxville. rpHE U. S. ?ANlTAUr C03DIISSION J deiiriut; to rcluvt Soldkn and Sailors, and. their famtii-.s tioni the b';vyn.i!5i-5 usually paid for the prosecution ci -.uli claims, have established this Agency, to collect pension-, arrears of par. bounty and other claims against tha Ooveru ment. wiTunti is.il' o is.rfs'-T T M kin Hiirvu i TH r lAlMNr. On application ot to thia AeU.j , stating the uanieaad po-t oUico addr'-M of tho claimant, thu name, rank, company, regiment, 'rvic. and State tt soldier on whos account the i l.fiiu i md". date of discharge or death, the proper blanks iil I bll-il out as far as poiMbi'e and forwarded to the person applying. The-se can be executed and returned to this office, where the claim will be pro-ecuteil to a final iiiue. in h -iioRii-r paibie time. Jy;5-tf REMOVAL ! REM OV ALT! Tt K-15 leave to inform oui friends and patrons of Knv- villo, and tast.Tcnuesee, and tbe public generally, that we have removed to onr "iw and CoMtoOiois Stoke hin-, known as t!i PABna'"! H-n-st, opposite the Ut Xationai Bank, where we have now. and intend to Weep np A .pleaded and tn larked and well a'SCTted Stock of Ooods, Such a READY-3IADE CliOTHING, Of all qualities, kinds, siios and prices. I)KV GOODS of th LATEST ao EESI STYLES. Ladies- and Gents' furniahin goods, B.Kts and shoe. Hats and Cap-. Notions. Cutlery, Jewelry, Ac. wuich we well sell t the lowest pvwiiM price. -Com and " 'w and price. lu&Xi F. IliAUT X BU'.