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yolume IIL KNOXVILLE, TEM, WEPIEJSDAT, FEBRUARY 14, 1866. DUMBER 1. muuu nuu By BEOWKLOW, HAWS O. Itnu I crip" - OXB TIAft, parable invariably I adTaare, I8HT MOKTlfi, " " be tor a 1- pried tha. I .ao w : oo 00 -i til ft. : rut rr ft-iv .... "ESu.ee. ea. be -.J. I-? '.J f th Publlh.rs. when tb. reee.Pt of the Postmaster is taken "oSwfoJTrtSI giT. Post Offlee, Couw- " wb"b tb paper " " HARDWABE. Kst f AdTrtllnir. On o.ure. tn line Nonpareil, on Insertion, .$1 in Kara iontinuatloa of Mine adTertieement, 1 00 On. qar. ia onlM, Oa eonare, lr , & W Literal tisront will b mad to thoac who adTertie lib- ""ails person to become candidate will be inserted ther dTrtiement, to ba paid for invariably ia adxanos. all edTrttmnts oa which the camber of insertion ia not amked, will b publlabrd till roaaiD, and charged accordingly. AdTrtieinnU will ba considered doa wban inserted, eacept thee with whom we keep regular account. ho advertieement from a distance will be ineniad anle ac aenpaniad by a remittance, except in case where the adver tiaer ia known to ba punctual. THE KNOXVILLE WHIG. Knoxville, Tenn., February 14, 1866. Common Schools. The Maury county Herald is opposed to common schools, on the ground that it in jures the moral feelings and " social integri ty," and weakens t he influence of the fami ly." Its disquisition on the subject beats any thing we ever read in Artcmus Ward's look, and is so exquisitely fanny that we copy a portion of it for the benefit of our traders. Such a system may suit the people where it originated, but it is not at all adapted to our mode of thought or social life. The principle of communism or socialism that lies at the foundation of the Massachusetts common school system, the model upon which all the others arc based, is antgonistic to the fundamental institution of Southern society. This is the family. The direct ten dency of all common schools is to weaken the tics and lessen the influence of the family. This institution lies at the very bottom, and r the seed of all healthy civilization. And any system of education or morals that tends to destroy its influence will inevitably bring forth bitter fruit. What the South needs then is some wise ybtm, which, while it teaches a reasonable amount of reading, writing and ciphering, will preserve the moral and social integrity of her character. This system to be adminis tered by men who are themselves honoured types of that character. We do not want ''free schools." Our people are neither un able or unwilling to cdncato their own chil dren. Besides, "it is a very questionable benefit which relieves parents of the necess ity of providing for their offspring. It is a falhts assumption that iKor people do not ap preciate education." Lawlessness In Kentucky. A Louisville paper says : "Fifteen different proclamations have been issued by Governor Bramlette, in the past few months offering rewards for tho appre hension of murderers alone. These rewards range from $250 to $800, making, in the ag gregate, tho 6umof 5,950, and involving or accusing twenty three persons of murder. These proclamations serve to 6how, to some extent, the condition of affairs in this State, and speak forcibly of tho desperate and de plorable outrages that are committed." Theso things happen in conservative Ken tucky where there is no franchiso law to ex asperate the secessionists. It is the demon of treason which has debauched the morals of the South and filled her borders with crime ; and the authors of that treason are responsible beforo man and Heaven for the guilt and wretchedness and degradation which have flowed from that copious foun tain of crime. j$t nm book tm ob pipp mimm. ' ATTORNEYS. DRUGS AND MEDICINES. W. W, WOODRUFF'S NEW HARDWARE STORE, SIGN OF THE BLUE PLOW, Centre Store, Coffin Block, Gay Street, KXOXV1XLE, TENN.. HAS JUST 0PENKD A KKW STOCK OF HARD WARE, consisting of TABLE CUTLERY, POCKET CUTLERY., CAPREXTBES' TOOLS, BLACKSMITHS' TOOL, SADDLERS' TOOLS, SHOEMAKERS' TOOLS, STRAW CUTTERS, NAILS, AXES, LOCKS, HINGES, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, Ac ALL SIZES OF WINDOW GLASS!! 7 bjr 9 to IS by 34. TP THRESHERS, REAPERS, PLOWS, MS JiS will be cupplied with MOWERS, STRAW CUTTERS, AND ALL IMPLEMENTS in their Iin at manufacturer's prices. I have.jutt received a large stock of Agricultural Implements Which I will sell at manufacturers priees, compris ing the following valuable machines Buckeye Slower and Reaper Com bined, Buckeye Mower Senior, Bnckeye Mower Junior, Victor" Cane Mills, 2 Blies, Cook's Copper Evaporator, Western Corn Shelter, 2 sizes, Sanford's Straw Cutter, Kentucky Cider Mills. The farmers of East Tesnessee are efiered a new opportunity to obtain these machines at less price than they can be furnished next season, as the Gov ernment give FREE TRANSPORTATION. XI. 3rL. Butler, ATTORNEY AT LAW 10 United States Claim Agent, KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE. Collecting promptly ntUndrd to in oil tkt C'litic oj EaH Ttnntut. PKOSECUTES all kinds or Claims apaint th SoTarament: alio, Fantion. Bounty, Back Pay. ia., c, yue rna friends of de ceased soldiers. GoTernment vouchers bought ar collected an fhe best terira. Informal claims eorractad sad collected for horses, torage and property taken. Also, ollecta pay for negroes enlisted In the army belonging to loyal citiacna. Ha has a record of ilia death sf all East Tennessee soldiers, who hare died belonging to the Union army. lie desires to see all persons who drew a pension at the breaking oat or the rebel Bon whs bar been loyal ; when the soldier died leaving a wid ow, she ia entitled, if no widow, the children, if no children, the father, if no father, tha mother, le. The fees in this class of eaaea is fire dollars, and one dollar and fifty cants for each cer tiorate. He refer to 6en. 8. P. Carter, Dr. Brownlow, Cola. John Wil liams, Jchn Baxter, O. P. Temple, Bamt R. Bodgers and Jndge Jones. etD'ce in basement story of tha Court Bouse. mayUtf DRUGS! DRUGS II DRUGSII . A1.Wr.LI.. BROWNLOW, HAWS & CO., Machine Rulers, &c., ec, 3-JJiHL- t-Ji - HAIVXG FITTED UP A FIRST CLASS JOB PBINTDTG OFFICE, AND PURCHASED ONE OF GORDON'S CELEBRATED STEAM CYLINDER JOB PRINTING PRESSES, we are now prepared to do all kinds of BOOK AND FANCY JOB PRINTING with ueatnoes and despatch. ' BOOKS, PAMPHLETS, CATALOGUES, CIRCULARS, DRAFTS, BANK CHECKS. LEGAL BLANKS, CARDS, BILL-HEADS, Blanks of all kinds Ruled and Rrinted to any Pattern. TERMS: CASH. BROWNLOW, HAWS & CO. AT COST ! AT COST ! ! AT COST ! ! ! L'.u- ; i .. as-- lESLixxgJs Old Corner ! OUR IMMENSE STOCK OF FIVE BARRELS COAL OIL in etore and for sale, at wholesale and rc tail. 1 Grain Scythes, Bladk Snako Grass Scythes, Dutch Grass Scythes, Patent Snaths and Cradles. It 6ccms by the New York Herald's Vera Cruz letter that Haris, Maury & Co. are making as great botch with their Cordova colony, as they did with Tennessee. The letter says: " A few American families who came to that country, induced by the flaming ad dress of Maury & Co., have expended their last dollar, and are in a pitiable condition. There is land held by tho Government in vast quantities but the Confedcrato-Impcri-al office holders made sad work with the power placed in their hands, and invited im migration prematurely. The rebels in the countrv are becoming disgusted with the French, and many of them arc returning to the.Southcrn btates. Just as we expected. The managers of tho colony are a set of blundering destruc tives, who have not the ability to organizo anything. Ju6t look how they served Ten nessee, while they had her in their clutches. And yet some newspapers in this Stato aro king for their return, that they may take the Government m charge again. Rebels In Congress. If such men as Langdon, of Alab&ma, and Alcorn, of Mississippi, aro elected to the Sen ate, why not John C. Breckinridge, the ex Presidential candidate of Southern seces sion Democracy. Press and Times. To this paragrapn of ours the Lebanon (Tenn.) Herald replies: "Aye, and why not? John C. Breckinridge is fairly worshipped by the people of the South. They regard him tho embodiment of all that is great and chivalrous. Enter taining such opinions, is it surprising that they prefer General Breckinridge to a man who docs not possess their confidence? John C. Brcckcnridire in tho halls of Con- gress would givo dignity to a place that has sadly degenerated since the days cf Cal houn, Clay, et id omne genus." If any commentary on the above is need ed we "can't sec it.'' If it is so, dignity has got to be a devilish cheap commodity. A Call Tor Bayonets to Reconstruct Congress. Thwe is no doubt that the proposition to compel Congress to admit the Southern del -cgates by military force is becoming more popular with the Southern organs. Tho Macon Telegraph says: ' There is one more hope, and it is barely a hope ; it is that the President, alarmed by til r.-rnliiti"miflrv conduct of these consm- rators against tho peace and happiness of ru country, may use tncfrrongesi arm vj poic- r Vj put down and crush out their iniquitous Blot. ir,.. lun-f. r.lhided to th is voint before, and still believe it is the true remedy for existing . - . ... , , , A 1 ems, and one that will be sustained Dy me country and give him rank among the great est of public benefactors." These treasonable measures cannot fail to prejudice the interests of the Southern peo ple at "Washington. BRINLEY'S STEEL PLOWS & CULTIVATORS. KNQX7ILLB CAST PLOWS. OLD TIME PRICES. Three Horsef Two Horse, -One Horse, $15.00 13.00 7.00 Ths Plows ai-w made in Knoxville, and Points or Mould-Boards can be had at any time. 10,000 pounds CASTINGS, consisting of OVENS, BAKERS, ruz, at "Wholesale and Retail. 200 bags of SHOT, at Cincinnati prices. o o t -3 o o o a o o fee o 5 1 w S3 h3 ZD cS O 3 c c c AT COST! AT COST !! AT COST!!! O Jk. TWT C3r E3 BUSIKTESS ! 6r Groceries and Family Supplies of all kinds at low rates ! Produce of all kinds taken in exchange for goods. 10,000 bushels CORX and 20,000 pounds RAGS wanted, for which the highest market price will be paid. Come one, come all, to KING'S OLD CORNER, opposite the Lamar House. dec27 tf T. II. FESSENDEN fc CO. CLAIM AGENCIES. DEY GOODS, &c BOOKS AND STATIONERY. HOUSEKEEPERS' GOODS, of every description. WOODEN WARE, &c., &c, it. HUBS, SHAFTS, FELLOES, SPOKES, AND Buggy and Wagon Tire Iron. COOPERS' HOOP IRON. CARPENTER & 1Y1UNS0N, General Claim .A-gents, J. B. CARPENTER, Lata Lieutenant and Adjutant 1st Tennessee Light Artillery, S. MUNSON, Lata Lieutenant and Adjutant Sth Tennessee Cavalry. WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM the citizens of East Tennessee that they bare opened an office in KXOXVILLE for the purpose of adjusting and collecting all classes of claims against the GoTernment for supplies takes and informal vouch, ers given, and supplies taken and no receipts given, and for services rendered. Prompt attention given to settlements of officers accounts. Stoppage of pay remaved, and certificates of non-indebtedness obtained for resinged officers. Reasonable prices charged. Vouchers bought or collected at lowest priees. Br Office 1st door South of Exchange Bank, Gay street, Pon Office Box 188- Knoxville. Tnn. RirnracBS Hon. W. G. Brownlow, Gen. A. 0. GUlem, Ool. L. 0. Houk, CapL HcHeish. sep6tf War Claim Office. WIY1. A. COCKRILL, CLAIM AGENT, Cor. Main and Gay sts., over Exchange Bank, WILL collect'all claims against the Government for Quar master's and Commissary supplies, taken for the ntte of the army, whether reetiptedor or not. Pay for Horses, Fencing, &c, taken or destroyed, will be collected. Certificates of non-indebtedness procured from the diffrreut departmonU at Washington for resigned or discharged officers, and final settlements made. Having business connections with most reliable agents in Washington, I am prepared to prosecute all claims requiring oractical knowledge and faithful care, speedily and on reason- able terms. " ... ' P.O. Box 184. aug2tt unoxvuie, renn. THE LADIES' BAZAAR. JUST OPENED On Gay Street, next door to Ocoee Bank, The flm d e-tablisiaent ewr opened in this city. For the best assortment of FANCY GOODS, Ladies' Furnishishing Goods, Th largest stock of HOSIERY, WHITE GOODS, EMBROIDERIES, SILKS, MANTILLAS, Shawls, Saqucs and Circulars, DRESS TRIMMINGS, PERFUMERIES, NOTIONS, A splendid assortment of LADIES', MISSES', AND CHILDRENS Horse and Mule Shoes Can be furnished cheaper than you can buy iron to make them. POWDER, CAPS, SHOT, AND Gun Materials, AT "Wholesale a.ntl Retail OlK Kr. Dm Cioar. jan3-2m -Try it. Zing i Old Cor J. H. FEsexirsKK & Co. Tinx Cigars at retail and wholesale, at King's Old Corner. dec203m Cboici Tobacco and Cioabs. A large and well elected stock, at wholesale and retail, can be found at King's Old Corner. decl0-2m J. H. FictxxniK & Co. Tss cheapest and beet Tobacco and Cigari in the eity, at King'i Old Corner. Jan3-Jm J. E. FisgnrDlw & Co. t Semeauber the plaee, Centre Store, Oofiin Block. priRJ-Jm NEW GUN STORE. E ARE NOW KECEr VTNG A LABGE CHKI VI Powder, Squiri el Biflei, Shot uuni, Navy PitoL. Pooka t Piatoli; ;m Pistols ' vi au i rowiicr. Shot and Caps, Piitol Cartridgef, tTf ssl tliaM -nwn. easa Bla Powder Hornt, BttOt iteitf, r U vum ana Game E&rs, &c. Selti 1 sad Eolften, Watch at taa lewm prieea, BlaVI, MAUI VJiSfc v- Crntr af eHy iU Caa iberUad Itreett, novttf ' Vnntt the Lamar B. JOHH HTBERLAHn, Attornry at Law. JOBN X. MURDOCH, Attorney at Lav. NETHERLAND & MURDOCH, GENERAL CLAIM AGENTS, KNOXVILLE, TENN. P. O. Address, Box 274. Prosecute and Collect Claims against the United States, of all Classes. StM-eial attention given to Claims against the Quartvrmabtc-r nif I'mimisaarT General's Departments, for articles or siip- aliM taksn or farniihed for tho use of the army. Pensions, Back Pay, Bounties ana Vouchers Collected. OJict Main Street, next door to Union Bank, Birrs TO Hon-.Thos. A. B. seuon, woi. u. r. lempie, j. W. Patterson, Esq., and the members cl the Ji.nox connij Bar generally. Every article connected with a first-class Dry Goods fctore bIwbjs on hand in large varieties. rrioes as low, if nut lower, than at any other establishment this side of New York. KsTCall at the LADIES' IIAZAAK, next door to Ocoee Bank, for fashionable and cheap goods. j j5-tf D. 1.. McCROSKV, WITH EVANS, GARDNER & CO., TMPOIiTEKS AND JOBBERS OF DRY GOODS, Grloves, Hosieryi &c, No. 377 Broadway, New York. janl0-Cm. octlStf RAILROADS. 1 KNOXVILLE BOOK STORE!!! SCHOOL BOOKS. M . I . CHAPIN, W holesale and Tietail Deader in Standard and Miscellaneous Sohool Books, FOR COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS, KXOXV1XLE, TENN. T CAN SUPPLY SCHOOLS AND -L COLLEGES with BOOKS of every deeerlptlea at short notice, and on reasonable terms. All orders accompanied by the caxb promptly attended to. Also dealer in STATIONERY, TENS, PEN HOLDERS, SLATES AND PENCILS, In fact everything in the BOOK and STATIONERY line. sep26-tf M. P. CHAPIN. Ornci or General Srrrm.TEDENT, . AND C ASf : AND Jl. . ISAILnOArf. hasbvilli", Tenn., Uct. ytn, iStw. ) ON and after lueaay, uci. iv, ico-j, ana uum muuu uv Piwnrrr Trains will run as follows : JSAdHV LULtlJ v-imx ia.' J vvj Lr ate Sashrille for Chattanooga, and all points South at S Beturning ieaTe vnaiiauwj, v.i.- - ......v - SashTille at 5:13 P. . . , ...... fchelbyrille Accommo-lation, leaTC Jiashvule at o:l) r. .rTiTeatShelbyTilleat7:i0F.. Betnrning A,eaTe ?nciujuic i o.w . , . SASHVILLE AXD NORTHWESTERN LINE. LeaTe SushTUle for Johneonrille, and all points W est aud Northwest, at 6 r. m., arrire at JohnsonTille at 11 r. m. Eeturniag Leave JohneonTille 1:50 a. x., arrive at ash Tille at t.M A. v. Trains on K. and S. Bailroads connect at Johnsonville with first class line of Steamers for Padncab, Cairo and St Leuie. Trains stop at all intermediate points. M. P. ISXES, Cen'l Snp't dec6tf N. A C. and N. k H. W. Bailroads. ATJCnOfiTEEB, K. r. SMITH. OCEAN STEAMERS. PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPA NY'S THROUGH LINE TO CALI FORNIA. Touching at Jlexican Ports, and carrying the United States Mail. LEAVE PIER 2fo. 43, NORTH RIVER, foot of Canal street, at 12 o'clock noon, on the 1st, 11th nd ''1st nt awn month: (except .when those dates fall on Sunday, and then on the preceding Saturday,) for A5PIS- ! . .j. T. n . n . r? ; i : .u .r k. Company's Steamships from Panama for SAX FRANCISCO touching at ACAPCLCO. JAM' AJIV. 1st HEXHY OHAINCET, Captain Grav, connecting with COLORADO, Capt. AVatkins. l"th ATLANTIC, Capt. Maury, connecting with SACRA MENTO, Cart. Caverly. 21 NEW YORK, Capt. Horner, connecting with CONSTITU TION. CaDt. Farnsworth. Departures of the let and 21st connect at Panama with Steamers for SOUTH PACIFIC FORTS. Those of 1st touch at MANZANILLO. IlIAOrGH TAWA'.E EAlEi is tlBEESCT. First Cabin. 300 Second Cabin, 200 Steerage, - - . : - . - lOO A discount of ONE QUARTER from steamers' rates allowed to second cabin aud steerage passengers with families. Also, an allowance of ONE QUARTER on through rates to clergy men and their families, and school teachers ; soldiers having honorable discharges, HALF FARE. One Hundred Pounds Baggage allowed each adult. Baggage maiters accompany baggage through, and attend to ladies and children without male protectors. Baggage received on the dock the day before sailing, from steamboats, railroads and passengers who prefer to send down early. An experienced surgeon on board. Medicine and attendance free. A Steamer will be placed on the lino January 1, 1SG6, to run from NEW ORLEANS to ASPINWALL via HAVANA. For passage Ticket" or farther information, apply at the Company's ticket office, on the Wharf, FOOT F CANAL STREET, NORTH RIVER, NEW TORK. janl03m W. G. BELLOWS, Agent. ISAAC JOSEPH & CO., AUCTION AXB COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Corner of Gay and Main Street?, dfcOOtf KnXTUle, Trnnrtseci H. BTJEKHAEDT, -yyHOLESALE GROCER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, ISO Xain Street, between Fifth and Sixth, LOUISVILLE, KT.m Consignments Solicited. , janlTtf HARP OF COLUMBIA. THIS OLD AND POPULAR NOTE BOOK HAS LATELY BEEN RE-PUBLISH-ED, and can be had in any quantities of M. P. CHAPIN, nov29-2t Cay Street, Knoxville, Teni "NASBY," His Views, Opinions and Reflections on the Rebellion and Democracy. IfllS UNIQUE VOLUME WILL contain the entire collection of "PETAOlirji T. Nasii'b"' contributions to the press throughout the country, and much new matter heretofore unpublished. " Nssby" personates the pastor of the " New Light Demo cratic Church," and his letters and sermons purport to give an insido view of the principles of tha Democratic party, written in the mot grotesque, serio-comic style. Possessing extraordinary interest from its oliOO AUTY, wit am sarcastic sttle, the people of the West will not fail to give a large circulation to this work of a Western Genius. The work will be sold Solely by Subscription. ACJEJFTS WAIVTED In Every State and County of the United states. R. W. CARROLL A CO., Publishers, Cincinnati. Address all cuuuuuukationb to JOSEPH L. TOPHAfl CO., , Cincinnati, Ohio. N. B. Our commiaaions to agents are more liberal thaa those of any other Una in America. bovS9-3sb l. . TaOWBBIIMJS. TROWBRIDGE & CALDWELL, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS V AT h.KV, KNOXVILLE, TENX. Office in rear of the Court House. n . tj O. P. TEMPLE, KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE. BtFEBZXVE. uferacr Wm. G. Brownlow. jiti.ir.tf TTORNEY AT LAW, EDWIN H. DcIVlYY, Attorney at Law, CLEVELAND, TENN. pOLLECTS ALL CLASSES OF PHI- VATK and Government claims. Refers by ernii..ioo to Hon. Secretary Stanton. Gat RmnL JnHtrA i .nmh.il ... preme Conrt of Michigan, and Maj. Gen. Wm. B. liaxen.' novlVom J. S. MATTHEWS, Attorney at La av, Athens, Tenn., WILL practice In th eocrts of McMinn and adjoining eounties, and in the Supreme and Federal courts at Knoxrille. aug9 ly TH08.C0RWIN, or oijo. WM. H. OWIN, LATI COL. O,. M. D. TH09. WILSON, or iowa. CORWIA', OWE3T UILNO V, LATI JOHNSTON, CORWIN A FINNELL, Attorneys &CounseIlors-aMaw, AUD S0LI0IT0ES 01 CLAIMS, Office, 222 F Street, near Treasury Building, WASIIIAGTO, D. C. Will practice in the Supreme Court of the United States, the Court of Claims, and the Courts of the District of Columbia. rartietUtir attention, oivtn to CLAIJIS and DEPARTMENT BUSINESS. OFFICERS' ACOOUNT3 ADJUSTED. aug-JStf JUSTUS I. JIoCARTY, Attorney & Counsellor at Law, WASIIIXGTOX, I. f. WILL GIVE PROMPT ATTENTION to th prosecution of Claim before the Conrt of Claims, and the various Executive Departments. Rcrsss to Honorable II. II. Bice, If. 8. Latham, Jeremiah 8. Black, J. A. McDougal, Alex. Ramscv, V. S Senators; W m. Kellog, Robert J. Walker, B. F. Granger, W. A. Ilall, Wm. Windom, J. B. S. Todd, Members of Congress; Wm. B. Mac lay, N. T. G. h. Becker, Minn., Charles Hughes, N. V., R. J. Haldeman, Esq., Pa., Col. G. W. Kwing, Ind. novl-Cm 9. CLAY SMITH. C. T. WILCOX. SMITH & WILCOX, Attorne js&Counsellors at law, OFFICE ON MADISON STREKT, Between 5th and 6th, COVIAUTO, K. no iampq RnnnPRQ . . Ull WrtllfkW IIWUUbMW) Gat St., bet. Cimberla.'vD ami CutRrff, Knoxrille, Tenne8se, i Wholesale aad ReUO Dealer ia DRUGS! MEDICINES ! CHEMICALS! PAINTS! OILS! AND VARNISHES ! A large Stock of WHITE LEAD, ZINC, LINSEED OIL, CARBOX OIL, CASTOR OIL, OLIVE OIL, LARD OIL, TANNER'S OIL. Alio, a large Stock of BRUSHES. Faint, Marking, Varnish, Whitewash, Hair "and Tooth. Dye Stuffs, AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Indigo, Copperas, Amato, Logwood chipped and extract, Madder, Blue Vitroil, Cud Bar. TRUSSES OF EVERY STYLE AND SIZE. INSTEUMENTS. Trasses, Cupping Qlassea, tsraees, uiea-t Pumps, Supporters, Funnels, Glass and Rubber Syringes, Cork Screws, SaxpeDdary Bandages. Lances, FLAYOniAO EXTRACTS. Lemon, Strawbcrrv. Pine Apple, Ka.; letrj, Vanilla, Ivinger, Orange, Sar.-aparilU. PURE WINES AND LIQUORS, - For Medicinal purposes. French Brandy, Sparkling Ca'.aba Wine, Cataba " Bell" Whiskey, Cognae Pure Old Bourbon. Blackberry Wine, Hostettcr's Bitters, Malaga " Dra-e's " Port " Bull' " Sherry " Old Tom Gia. PILLS! PILLS!! PILLS!!! Ayer's Brandreth' McLane r, Roback's. Jaynes", Dr. Lee".s Hoopers , Radway's, Wright's, Cook's. PEKFUMERY 1 Pbalon's Night Blooming Ctreup, Odor of opening flowvri. mmwiu ui.kcj viuv, n hi " Patchouly, " Rose, " tieranium, X. Basin's queen of flowers ext. " Sweet Briar. Burnett's Ori.ntal Tooth W..h Van Buskirk's fragrant Sosodont, for preserving tn Teeth. PATENT MEDICINES. Ayer's Sarsaparilla, Jaynes' Carminative. - Cherry Pectoral. Dr. Wm. Hall's Ba'aam. " Azue Cure, Whitcomb's Asthma Rema.lv Jaynes' Alteratirc, Brown's Jamaica (linger, " lixpectorant, Dr. Wistar's Balaam Wild Cherry, HelmboliU's Fluid Extract of Buchu, Ac, Ac. LIXIMEATS. Arctic, Arabian, Mustang, Indian. Nerve and Bone, MISCELLANEOUS. Dr. John Bull's Worm Candy, Mrs. WidsIow's Soothing Syrup, R. K. Relief, Frey'a Vermifuge, Fabnstok Vermifuge, McLain's Vermifuge, Lyon's Katbaron, Wood's Hair Restorative, Godfrey's Cordial, Whitney'n Liquid Opadeldoc, Brown's Brocfaial Troihes and Lara liae ; Barnett's Cocr-ine, Kalliston, and Castorine, Pain Killer, Uargling Oil, Ac. PRESCRLPTIONS A CCURA TEL Y PR EPA RED. J:S Dr. R. can be consulted professionally at the Drug Store during business hours, and at his residence, corner of Cumberland and Locust Srcets, at other hours, when not professionally absent. augtf tf WILL practice in the Circuit Courts, Court of Appeal Federal and Supreme Courts of the I'nited State. T Claims of every character promptly attended to. During the winter. Mr. Wilcox will be found at the office in Covington, Mr. Smith will attend to business in Washington. nov29tf. NATIONAL CLAIM AGENCY. DANIELS SHERWOOD, AUTHORIZED Military and Naval Agents, 28 President's Square, Next door to Uen. Augur's Headquarter, WASHINGTON, D. C. WE ARE PROSECUTING CLAIMS against th l' sited States Government for property ta ksn or dostroyed by th army. We collect or purchase all kinds of Quartermaster's Vouchers. We settle OfBcers Accounts, remove Stoppages of Pay, col lect Claim for Dorse lost in the Service. We also'obtain Pensions, collect Back Pay, Bounty and Frixe Money. We reqaire no advance fee, and make no charge except Va suc ceed. Local Agents throughout the country will find it to their advantage to correspond with us. J. DANIELS, H. L. SIIEKWOOD, LateCsptain V". S. V. Late Q. M. V. S. V. Btrraixcis. Hon. Alex. Bamsey, V. 8. Senator from Min., Hon. B. E. Fenton, Governor of New York, Hon. B. V. Whaley, M. C. from Western Virginia, Major-tJeneral Pnpe. dec27-ly ALEX. a. BBAJLEY. dab i w. rrsUiV. WANTS. AGENTS WANTED FOR OUR GREAT NATIONAL "WORK THE STAXDABD HISTORY OF THE WAB, contain ing a full, authentic and reliable account of th " great con flict," from its commencement to it close. Complete ia on very large volume, of over 1,000 page ; containiBg reading matter einal to three larze royal octavo Tolume spendldly illustrated with over l'jo fine portraits of Generals aad battle scenes. This is just the bouk tha people want. It present a rare chance for Agent. Teacher, energetic young men, and espe cially returned and disabled officer and soldier, in want of profitable employment, will find It peculiarly adapted Jo'1' condition. Send for circular and see our term. Addr) JONES BB0TUFB CO., 148 West Fanrth street, tlada natl, Ohio. oetUtf BRADLEY & PEABODY, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, P. O. Box, 1148. NASHVILLE, TENN. WUl give special atteution to claim for Pension, Bar k Fay, Horset) and other property lost in the I'nited States service. Mr. Bradley' former experience, while engaged in the I". S. TRIASVRY DEPARTMENT in adjusting claims, and Mr. Peabody' rcent connection with the PENSION OFFICE as an examiner of claims for the past two years, insure a tho rough knowledge of the Law, Bules and Practice, governing in the Departments, REFERENCES by express permieeion: Chief Justice Chax Senator Fessenden, Hon. Jos. H. Barrett, Commissioner of Pensions, Washington, D. C, Gov. Brownlow, Hon. Hora- M aynard, Hon. John Trimble, Nashville, Tenn. JsnlU-3m LAW NOTICE. JpLEJIING & BROOKS The undersigned hav this day entered into partnership in the practice of Law, in the State and Federaif-'ourti for l"at Tennessee. Orricr South-west corner of the court-hou, first floor. December 1st, 1?S. JNO. M: FLEMING. janlOtf E. J. BROOKS. MEDICAL. B. TADLOCK, M. D., FEXSIOX SURGEOS, jau2ltf Kkoxviiie, Tts. DR. A. B. TADLOCK, CURGEON AND PUYSICIAN, k? Orrici Gay street, three doors South of Main street, janlOtf KNOXVILLE, TEXS. JOHN W. PAXTON. M. D.. RESPECTFULLY OFFERS II1S Pro FESSIONAL SERVICES to tho citizeus of Knoxville and vicinity. Dr. Paxtoa returns his sincere tbauks to hi patrons, and hopes to merit a continuance of the snme. Residence oa Church Street, in the house formerly occupied by Mr. M. Nelson, nearly opposite tho residence or the late Judge Alexander, where he can be found, unless professionally aWnt. Order, laft at tha business house of Mr. . II. Lii- lard, will be promptly attended to. nov2U-um DOCTOR FRANK A. RAIYSSEY, (Late of Knoxville,) No. 5 Adams Street, ang2tf 7IEMPHIS, TE.3i. W. Tt. SEVIER, 3X. J3-, Office, Wect iidof Broadway, 2d door below 3d it iy2-tf Oincinnati, Ohio. STEAMBOATS. THE STEAMER CHEROKEE. WM. C HENEGAR, Captain. r PHE NEW aitd LIG1IT Draft Steamer -L CnEROKEI, T3 Ton Burden, will ma between Chatta nooea aad Knoxville ; Knoxville and Dandridge ; Knoxville andBogereville; Kaoxvllle aad McGhee s Ferry, oa Little Tenaeaae River, aad frm Chattanooga to Month of Powell Rinr, up CUnch River, Hiwaseee, Kmory, 8aU Creels, Soddy, and all ether tributaries abov Maacl Shoals. For passage and freicht. aprrtv oa board, or to Messrs. Kenne.lv X Bra., oa Main Street, InAXTille, ! Fisher Lwe, Caattaaooga, Tenn. laBtu-TOi NEW DRUG STORE! S. D, MITCHELL & CO., GAY STREET, One door South of the Post Office, KXOXVILIsE, TENNESSEE, HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE ASSORT MENT of Drugs, Medicines, Dye Stuffs, WINDOW GLASS, &c, AUD Pure "Wines and Liquors for medicinal purpose;. PERFUMERY. Bazin's Cologne, Bazin's "White Pond Lilly Extract, Bazin's Musk, Bazin's Queen of Flowers, Bazin's Amber Hair Oil, Bazin's Fond Lilly Poniad. PHALON'S NIGHT BLOOMING CEREUS. A fine assortment of F AN C Y SOAPS, ALSO, A pood aoriment of HAIR, TOOTH, NAIL CLOTHES BRUSHES. PRESCRIPTIONS Accurately compounded at low rate from the hest e Chemicals, Tinctures and Drugf. t2T Remember, w sell at th lowest rates Drugs, Chemicals, Wines, Liquors, Fer fumeries, Toilet Articles, Patent Medicines, Szc &c, &c. 8. I. MITCHEIiE & Co., m22-tf Oat Strbkt, Kroxtillii, !!. B. J. STErHK.tSO.V. w. n. paKrow STEPHENSON & DARROVV, 'J'urcee'wrs to E. M B. T'motiey It t'o.,)J Main Street, Opposite tho Court House, KNOXVILLE, T.VSSEe 70ULD KESPLCTf ULLY INFORM f the citizens of Knoxville an J Ea Tennessee, that thy are now in receipt of a New and rreh Stock of Drugs and Medicines, Also ob fcana COAL OIL, LARD OIL, and SPIRITS TURPESTIXI, In any uanlilio. MT have Hew I (teres aat J. H. Bed A Co. CELEBRATED DOMESTIC DTE Which weenVr to the pnhlk: gnnerally. Merchant, Physicians and Dealers, would dewed) to i call hefcre haying elsewhere. solt TSXDXBiaK BCKiTBIH, AJTDUW B. lOHUAlC. 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