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BEOWNLOW & HAWS, Publishers.
Baiter's Figures. r'
IJaxter p tales that before the war die lco-:
rlo cf Tennessee ivorc taxed K330.000. The
Coroptrolh-rs report for 13C0, show Ih:it
1 .-. .-a ill B a "
tvj tHi'ea over muh.ihki. ;jwxior
iy.ri ii.'iwi" in uiv num.
had lor Harmon's attorney J
For the Whig.
In a conversation recently between AYm.
Johnson, of this city, and myself. Mr. J., a
Hehel-Copperhead-Johnson - Conservative,
lNlo i mHimtiicfd publicly that I made my living
. by swindling the widows of doc-cased Union
soldiers. " I pressed him to name the person
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Icnoxvil! Tenn., Jum 197.
f r FOE G 0 YERNOR, : ,
U G. BROWNLOW,
OF KOX COUNT V.
FOR CONGRESS, .
Or Kkox. Coustt
IYr Superintendent of Public Instruc
JOHN EATON, JR.,
Of fcHELBT CorTT.
For Btato Senator,
r. p. EAT OS,'
Or Ecam Cocntt.
, FOR REPRESENTATIVE,
ILYXXVILLE 31. MYXATT,
For Joint Representative,
Or Siviia Coubtt.
Eeuubllcan Union State Central Com
mlttee. Ht District U R. Butler, Taylors ville.
- d District Join W. North, KnoxvilJe, Term.
. 3d Diftiicl Dr. J. A. Fus'jn, Liberty. .
'' th District Lfwia Tillman, fcjhelbyvi.Ie.
Etta District S. J. Brown, Tnshvillo. .
th Dirtrict-Dr. A. W. TIawkine, bmeedsvillc
7th Diftrkt-Col. J. J. Roach, Trezewant.
'fth District Ow. John Euton, Jr, Memphis.
' The followicg mcmbrai front DaviJion county
We E-Uod by the Central Committee :
II. II. Harrison, George W. Blackburn, 1.. 1.
Cone, II. U. Thomas.
OfFICMS CF TBS STATE CK2T. COltMITTAE.
' Vbiiirraan, K. R. Butler; Treasurer,1 E. P. Cone;
SerreUrr, II. H. Thorn.
110. A. J. FLETC1IER, Secretary of Slate,
will rrak to the peoplo at lh following times nnd
places. Let all parties turn out and hear for them
" Maryvi'lo, Rlounl" county, Wednesday, June 19th.
Sevicrvillc, Scviur county, Thursday, June Jnth.
Mewporl, Co :he county, Saturday, Juno 223.
New Murlc", JeiTtT'on county, Monday, Juno
Rutkdpe, Grainger couuly, Tuerday, June 2jth.
Knoxrille, Knox county, Thuuday,' June 27th.
HON. HORACE MAYNARD will epealt at
ibnrK-ton, EriiJIj c junty, FriJny, Juuo II.
Miirrim, IIami!:yn muuty. irlnrdajr. Jinc 2?.
iinrktown, Po!k ootinty, JI"U'lr..r, June 51.
I!rn('n. Tucs lay. Juno 2."'.
I'hiladeJrhia, Jdonroe co .Saturday, June 15th.
KimrstoD. Roano ctMintv, Saturday, July 13th.
Montgomery, Morgan eon Monday, July
Jliintbville, &'i'tt cfcuiity, Wcdnetday J uly
Fletcher's Great 'Speech.
Mort of our space is eenpicd this week
with the ablo ajid conclusive speech of .Sec
retary Fletcher, lie convicts the great
Ciroliui luir of forty deliberate 'and pre
meditated falehoo'ls. We shall isuothon
uands of copies of ltd. speech, that UicliOU;
"t people of l'at TennesMM tuny appreci
ate the Ji.i:tritn labors of olio of the most
infamous liars in the reM rnnlf
- . :
Birds or a Feather,-' Ac.
It ha alwajd been lle case that v birdb
ol a feather would flock together." but in
tliese days of rebellion and treason, birds
of all kind of leathers, having the rrhd
feather in bold relief, Hock together., cheer
together, drink together, and caucus to
gether. Rebel Methodists, rebel Baptist,
rwbel rrosbyterian, ex-rebel sluve-drivein,
fx-rcbel larc-owners. all with one accord
lacet on the common platform uf treason,
at the apjrintmont of KthcrMgo. and cheer
him in his abuse of the Radical party and
their candidates. One half tlies( men, un
dcr the Franchise l:iw. have n votes, but
they labor to delude thoe who have, that
they may restore to power lhoe who will
forvc tho " lot cause," and hep t hide
their insolvency. This cla- of traitors arc
all down upon the Radical candidates, from
the highest to the lowest. All true ITnion
men feel 'complimented by their opposition.
'.' The Game of ClnlH ( : J
TJic rebel programme now in to brow
beat,' and generally to intimidate the Union
men. from this time forward to the first of
Angnsl. In Kat Ti'nressec.'this" game will
not win. A jarty so largely, in the .ascen
dency, and knowing thenvelves to be in the
right, don t intend to be run over by bullies
and traitors. In other words, the Radical
Union men will . meet their foes,
they may! They will pay them
own coin, and ought to do so!
Wk understand that a ijood man citi
.en of Tennessee are abandoning that
State, and scckiug refuge in Kentucky, on
account ol tho intoleraule condition ol ai
fim under Radical rule. f-QviariUe Courier.
lighi or ten of them broke out of the
Clailxirno county jail recently. n account
of the 'intolerable condition of jiltuM"
they would have to meet, and have "taken
refnge in Kentucky." where they" will find
more eytu.utl.y than thev nift with in Kat
Suitca for the AVork. -
J he rvM Methodic brick Chuuh at
Morn.ton, i xvItiU j;theridge h,oke to a
mall amhcn.v dMraiH-hifed reKls. was
a mo,t appropriate plavo iov l.iB fK:c, h. It
is the M-mc house in whicn th jatc n.,ol
:-e ival was eondm-tvd by vUe rebel minister
i: Key. Aim it the same how
diJ'i(tI, ubvut the oi.. u
Then and Xow.
The tollowing diselofure eomeveU en
dorsed from Madisonville. and shows up at
least one Conservative. , '
'Editor' Wjiw Sir: J wibh to give. you
a statement, which I heard one of pur towns
men make in relation to a' matter which I
think every man who sympathizes with, the
rebellion, and are interested, ought to know,
un it will prove tho character and consis
tency of the man who is "now asking them
for their votes. The statement 13 this :
Capt. Leon Blizzard, the Conservative can
didate for Representative of: McMinn coun
ty, was heard to ?ay in Athens, about the
1st of August, 18C5, by a citizen' of Madi
sonville, Tcnn., who will testify to. the state
ment, and whose name tan le known by
enquiring in. that "place, that as he (Bliz
zard) came up through Mississippi or Lou
isiana, ho is not certain as to which, ho said,
that be captured two rebel soldiers with
muskets, and that he told his men ; to take
them out anil turn them over to their God, and
that was the last ht heard of thm" Now
thia is the man who is askinir the friends of
these very 'men for their support in tho
coming election. .' Moke Anok.
who had been thus swindled, when ho
j named Xancy , Jenkins, ..a lady, of high
standing where she is known, bincc whicn
time I. have seen and conversed with the
widow Jenkins, in the presence of Esojre
J..H.Nickle, and she pronounced Bill John
son a liar.- .Stated that she was not only
never swindled by -Mr. Childress, but that
he had been her best friend, and was such
yet You Copperhead mossy-back, who
never worked for the cause of the Union
in its darkest hour, and who are now using
what poor .ability you have in favor of the
rebels, bo careful how you wilfully lie on
Union men and accuse them of swindling.
Very respectfnlh', ' '
M. J. Childress...
- A Tovho Lv reinrnSng to her country home, afters
iojonrn of a few mouth ia the city wat hardly recognised by
her fri-nda. In place of a coare, riwtic, flashed face, the had
a oft roby complexion of almost marble emoothnesa, and in
ttead of twenty -threhe really appeared but eighteen. I'pon
inquiry a to the can"' "--"-, uo tunirjiy rom
them that the nsl th Circassian 91 aim, and con- '
el dared it an iovaluaM? aciulsition to any Lady's toilet, liy t
it. nie any I.dy or ;-ntlrcan cun loiprove tin ir p-Tennul .
pearance art hnndrc fold. It is simple ia cumhination a
Satnrejierself i simple, yet nnar:utfi ia iu i ftionry in
draiting liriparitie" I'rom, Im itralinit,-l-aui,iK! and tMauti- .
fvinff tlie skin and complexion. Bt its liri't srtlon ah the !
' entiele it drawl from it all Its IuiruriIifci."S.u'' hcaliuj the ;
:ime. and leaning uio surlace as atnre nit,-t..trii it should I i
clear, aoft, anwioth and hoantiful.-r . Price 'sl-'ent by Mil ,-
Express, on recnpi oi n oraer bt ' '
- W. L. CLAKi A O , tTirtnl-t-N'o.
3 West Fayette St., Syiatuee,
The enly American Agents for the sale of the sa me.
- The -Knox ville Whig styles poor Bax
ter a North Carolina felon." ' The Whig.
it seems, has a felon ou its hand, and has
cut it to tho bono with a sharp knife.
SashriUc Press and , This. . .
. Editor Whig : . There will be a-celebration
and mass meeting at Madisonville,
Monroe county, on the 4th of July. The
Bion. II. Maynard and Prof. O. L. Hughes,
and others, will bo present as the - speakers
of the dav. " ' ' '' ' "? .'" - . .
war, by selling oil. to lin
the largest lot ot negr.es ei
'neons: lit s.f Uie
'"'liest I .i ,1 .1
" Last Teiiness.-e. There,
feparat,.,! from their parent
'UWol l.iti,;nss and eorrow
Wi'i e sei nr;if .m.
fini. .... 1 . . '
racb rvl'uHod to Kit ; .1 . ,
the l'cl'tl -atiilidiit. f . 1
1 K'r 'overnof hj.su
Dull Frazlcr in a
Assault npon lion. Jacirs Mulllns, with
ProhaT)le Intent to; Kill; v ;
Editor Frets and-Timt 1 r- ' '
Col." Mullins ' filled an appointment '.. at
Beech Grove,. Coffee county, on Saturday
last. - Tho preponderance of whites were of
the "Southern persuasion, having expect
ed, they eaidj- to find Captain Shcaffe pre
sent to answer -'Mnllica... . (It i a fact that
Mr. Cooper, tiie Conservative candidate, de
clines to speak - with Mullins, " and Mr,
Colyar, of Winchester, and this ex-Federal
Captain, of Manchester, have several times
been present at Col. Mullins' appointments
without any notice to him, and proposed
to speak with him. which Col. Mullins has
declined to do, unless they make it appear
that Mr. Cooper desires he should. Capt.
Shcaffe, as well as "Col. Colyar, are bitter
Copperheads. The Captain advises the re
bels of Coffee county, to vote anyhow, by
force, if necessary, and promises himself as
a lawyer to defend them if prosecuted.)
CapC Shcaffe, however, did not attend at
Beech Grove, and the disappointed pitched
upon an old citizen of considerable wealth,
but never a politician, who unfortunately
had his name conuected with, one of
Staruca' raids upon a .small Federal garri
son at VWartrace . 'depot, in 1SC2. in which
several were killed on both sides. The as
sailants, thought twice the "number of the
garrison, were repulsed. : The friends of
this old citizen always, denied (upon his say
so) that he acted aH guide for Starncs on
this occasion, but ho became greatly alarm
ed for his safety and rcfugeed into the re
bel lines and remained there until the end
of the. war;, ' . . , -." '."
Wo arc particular in giving these . tacts
that the probable animus of the attack
npon Col. Williams may le seen. r
Before , (lie speaking eomiueneed, some
blight but sober demonstrations were made
of a spirit -bciit' -on iijieschief.'- .V - -.
During the speakuig ( which took place
in a meeting house. ;i drunken man (or
pretending to be drunk) attempted several
times to ride in the house, ( and .who was a
nephew of the old citizen. He was pre
vented by a good citizen, though a former
rebel, from doing so, and perhaps it would
be as well right here to ear there were
others on the ground of the, same antece
dents, who deprecated.' and regretted the
violent spirit manifested. As soon as Col.
Williams closed his speech he was notified
of the threats ftnd menaces that had been
made out of doors during the." speaking,
and advised to tarry iu the houso a few
moments, aud see if tho desperadoes would
not disperse with the general crowd.- How
ever, he did not tarry long, as his friends
reported that the bullies had gone off some
little distance to a grocer audit was deem
ed a good time to depart without any colli
sion. But Col. Mullins' horso "having got
loose" some little time elapsed in finding the
nag. and before he got off with his Gannon
county friends, at whow; county seat he was
to speak on the 3fonday following, tho old
citizen and reported guide of Starncs' raid
upon tho Federal garrison at Wartracc
depot in 1 x2, rode up to Mnllins. to whom
Mullins spoke, saying "good-bye," to which
ho responded " I am here, and you have en
franchised the iiifer and disfranchised me."
To which Mullins replied. No; Andy
Johnson says you disfranchised yourselves.'.!
To which ho replied, "It is a d d lie sir."
. By this time tho body of tho ronghs
heemexl to have returned from the grocery.
Mullins, on his horse, started,' to join his
Cannon friends, when rodo after him,
saying "Sir. I sav it i a d d lie;" repeat
ing it several times. "Tie got before 3fullins
ana dismounted, and
his coat, cursing and
stick in hand his nephew and others re1
niarkmg, "go in. wo are iioro, we are your
friends,'- etc. Mullins was temporally stop
ped, and said. Well, Andy Johnson said
vou did. '
Just at this luncture Hon. B. M. Tillman,
t lianccnor of a new. district and late ap
poiutce by Gov.' Brownlow, called out to
Mullins, Your company is waiting for you,
come on. don t stop there. t Mullms her-
mg nimnia. -toaway ; i uon t want any
unucuuy iwiu jyu,, iuu rgue ,on to nis
Cannon-county; friends. .The old citizen,
who ia also a near neighbor of Judge Till
man, both living not fiar from tho Grove,
discovered the Judge," and said. " Yes. here
is Bash Tillman, an J I say to him. that
every. man who would accept- an apoint
ment under Brcwnlow, under the circura-
etauees. is a damned scoundrel. - 1 his ho
repeated several times,. advancing upon the
Judge. The Judge was .exceedingly Sur
prised, lor they had been neighbors since
his return home, and during his absence the
Judge did everything he et'uld io' protect
jus siueu ana lariu ... . :.....:,....
The Judgo eipresftUl hi? cai i-isc,- and
aid to hi noiirhuoiv- Yoti will 'be soitv
for this when you get 'ooob" which seemed
to enrage him the more.1 and he did not
desist from 'adviUiemi inxm Mm until Lo
said to 1dm, -Lr. , . 1 want no difilcultv
with you. ausl thess' peo)l? will see I want
non.v Tins remark brought him to a halt,
ami the Judge m vrcd off and rettiTned to
hishomo with his Cann ..'n county friends.
Mr. Editor. I have been particular as to
the order and manner of - this assault 1
have no doubt that the pilie intended to
beat, if not to kill MuIHl. and Brownlow's
nri'c'inteo nor any other n-an would have
been permitted to "r.t..rf.rA !:- ... i:..-
----- v. ill.-; vr
Blizzard ou the People.
The candidate of the rebel party for the
Legislature in McMinn county, Leon Bliz
zard, is out in a circular to his fellow -citizen?:
He opposes the bill proposing to in
demnify loyal men for their losses by the
waf. on the ground that' ''.thousands of men
who never owned a dollars worth of prop
erty, or even lost "a ,dollars wrorth by the
war, through the aid of willing and corrupt
witnesses, would have allowed them unjust
claims. Leon. Blizzard certainly has a
bad opinion of the loyal people of Tennes
There will be a celebration of the incom
ing Fourth of July at Sevierville, where the
citizens of Sevier and the adjoining counties
arc invited to be present. . Col. W. F. Pros
ser and others will be present, and will ad
dress the meeting. .
The Paris correspondent of tha New York Daily Times
writing if American contributions to the Exposition,
aays: ' . "
.. "' Messrs. Meson i. Hamlin, of New York, hare sent a
beautiful collection cf cabinet organs. Xho workman
ship of tho cases compares favorably with the best fpeci
meni of the kind in the French department, and the de
signs are light, rich and elegant. It is only of late
years that the cabinet orgn has taken a legitimate place
In the ever-extendin;; family of mnsicnl instrnments. In
its oM form, it was a coarse provocation to psalm- sing
injr; a load inducement to bowl in short er long metre.
The gro&snes3 and inequality of its scale sufficed to corer
up every defect of the pwformer, even the custom ef sing
ing through tho nose, which h yet prevalent in certain
pibUi and ocoi'lcutal districts. Messr. Mason A Hamlin
were among tho first to serioasly consider the possibility
of changing a toy into an instrument of music. Under
their hands, the various registers have been equalized,
and the whole character of the instrument is thereby
rendered homogeneous. ' Tho quality of the tone is clear
and vocal, and the contrivances for blending it in many
forms are ingenious without being complicated. In En
rope they still adhere to the MUgh, loud tone, which with
us has been totally supersede1. Messrs. Mason A Ham
lin have, therefore, to struggle against a prejudice, or
rather a predilection. Some of the most eminent organ
ists in Paris have already declared in their favor, and I
hope that the jury may do the same. They are alone in
the honor of fighting the rest tf the world, ami it would
be pleasant to record that victory had perched upon their
Krw-Ri'Lr: is l Cocrt. The following addition
al rule of practice was adopted by the Circuit Court of
tho United States : ' " . . "...
- " It is ordered by the Court that in all actions of debt
pr assumpsit for money, if the defendant shall plead the
goneral itaue or other plea denying the plaintiff's right
to recover the tuuount suod for, the said plea shall be ac
companied by an affidavit that the ; defendant has a sub
stantial defence to the action, and that the same is not
interposed for delay."
We publish a Card from 31. J. Childrets,
Esq., a merchant of this city. Mr. C. is in
every way worthy the confidence of honest
men, and is only slandered and abused by
liars and dishonest Copperheads.
" ' ' ' ANNOUNCEMENTS.: .
We are authorized to announce KLI BEN ROGERS, of
Campucil couuty. as a candidate lor the State Senate from the
4th Simatorial district, conipos-d uf the counties of Camp
bell, Anderson, Cluihoim1, (irninger and Union.
' We are authorised and re'imnted to announce the name of
T. G. U. BKAD, an the unconditional Cul m candidate for
Kprentative of ilawklua county, in the Lower Braaeh of
the next General Assembly. Uo onVrs himself as a candidate
at the solicitation of many friends and ftllow-soldiers.
Wo are anthoi izej and requested to announce tho name of
STEPHEN MATHEWS, as a candidate for State Senator, from
the counties of Blount, bevk-r, Cock and Gree e, at tha ea
auing August election.
To tite t'otert e th iUulk-nl l',n' Turfy of Etior. ami ii'mne
. OtinCt&i, Coloi ed mat incltultU :
Sot having been forced out by solicitation, but uou a da
sire to be elected, I freely and voluntarily announce myself as
aa iadependent candidate for the State Senate, supporting W
O. Srownlow for Governor, and subject to the will of the peo
ple fairly expressed
U. F. HARRISON".
We arn autl.oiin"d and requested to announce tho name of
L. LUDGKRWOOD, as a candidate to r?prrsnt Knoa
county, In tho Lower Branch of the next General Aembly.
f '-' ! ; , .t- z ' ' -:
CHAMBERLAIN. ilCHARBS &
! MAKUFACTUREfiS OF ALL
i ill RI
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MADAME BMryGTOX, the vorld-renowned Atolojist
and Somnambulistic Clairvoyant, whilain a clairvoyant state,
delineates tha very features of the person yoa arn to marry,
aud by the aid of an instrument of intend power, known aa
the Psychomotrope, pcur.rante to produce a perfect and life
like picture cf the tnture husband or wife or the applicant,
with date of marriage, occupation, leading traits of charac
ter, c. This is no imposition, as testimonials without num
ber can assert. - By statins; place of birth, age, disposition,
color of eyea and hair, and etclorinj fifty cents, and btamped
envelope addressed to yourself, you will recaiva the picture by
return mail, together with desired information.
v Address in confidense, Madams GEfiTBUDE REJt
ISGT0S.P. 0. BoxiiaT, West Troy, N.I- mayl-ly
Know Tny Destiny.
MaiAJiE K. F. Tuomtos, the great English A.-itologlst,
Clairvoyant and Psychometrkian, who astonished the scienti
fic classy of the Old World has now located herclf at Hudson.
N. V. Madame Thornton possesses such wonderful powers oi
second sight, as to enable her to impart kaowledgs of th
greatest importance to the single or married of either sex.
While In a state of trance, she delineates the very feature of
the person you are to marry, and by the aid of au iiif tmmeut
of intense power, known as the Psychomotrope, guarantees
to produce a life-like picture of the future husband er wife of
the applicant, together with date of marriage, position in life,
ieading traits of character, Ac. This Is o humbug, as thou
sand of testimonials can assert. She will send when desired
a certified certificate, or written guarantee, that the picture
is what it purports tc be. By enclosing a small lock of ha!r,
and stating place of birtk, age, disposition and complexion,
and enclosing fifty cents and stamped envelope addressed to
yourself, you will receive the picture and desired information
by retnrn mail. All comriinnicationa sacredly confidential.
Address in confidence MADAME E. F. THoBSTON, P.O.
Box &&J. Hudson, K. Y. mayl-ly
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child of John L. and Mary F. Murphy, aged four months and
twenty-one days. , .
jlST O W OPE 1ST!
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: Gay Street, over Eamsey's Hall,
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From the smallest ' '
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CAGVEHROTirES and all other Pictures copied to any
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LANDSCAPES VIEWS, etcv, taken at short noti. e.
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Stereoscopic Instruments filled with a good selection of
Views, Ac, will be found for entertainment free of charge. .
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N. B. Instruction in all the' branches of Photography giv
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junel3-3ni . r .
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has bocoiue familiar with the reputation of Dr. Coleman, as
the most reliable and successful practitioner, in his speciality,
iu the South. Perhaps no physician has given more attention
to, and applied himself more earnestly and assiduously te
discover the moot speedy and positive enre of Dinrnf a ef
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?IaiilioodN Uebllilickv Self-abute,trvous
Debility. Sexual Int'iriniliew, etc., than hs has
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medium of correspondence.
lr. Coleman may always be fonud in his Office, ia
th rear of his )ruf Merc, on McLemore street. His
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' - t. I
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uy a very simple remedy, alter having suffered for several
jeais wan a severe lung alTectiou, and that dread disease
i. on Tii m pi ion is anxious to make known to his fellow-saflrr-ers
the means of cure
To all w ho de-ire it, he will send a copy of the prescription
sed (free of charge,) with the directions for preparing and
name the same, w hich they will find a srts tke for Cos
M MrTfo.N, : Asthma, BioxcHine, Colons, Ci.pi, and all
Throat and Lung Affections. The onlv object of the lrri-
ser ic semliug the Prescription ia to benefit the afflicted, aud
spread information which h? eonrriYes to b' invaluable, and
no nopsa every suiirnr .will try rus remedy, aa it will coat
them nothing, aud may prove a blessing. Parties wishing
the prescription rtr.r., by return mail, will please address
BEV. EDWABD WILSON,
niay8-ly Winiamtbuif, Kings county w York.
EEI10ES OF YOUTH.
A Geutleuiaa who siUTered for yr9 from Nervous Deiiliiv,
Pr. mature Decay, and all the eflcctsof youthful indiscretion,
will for the sake of suffering humanity, send free to all who
Bee.1 It, tho recipe aad directions for making the simple reme
dy by which he was cured, .sufferers wishing to profit by the
advertiser s experience, ran do so bv adlissiiir in ptrfec:
confich-nco. - JoBN B. OGDEN,
si? H Cedar Street, New York. ,
TO MARRY" OR .NOT TO 3LVRRV?
- wiir .hot l . . ,
erieu Ilcf leeiiens for losing- .Tleo. in Es
says of the Howard AssnciatiOD, Co the Physiological Errors
At aavs and Disease iadnced by ignorance of Satan's Laws'
in the first ago of man. cnt in s- aled letu-r envtilopea, fre
of charge. Addn-ss, Dr. J 6XIILIN rlOrGUXOS, Howard
A.Kiauoe, Philadelphia, Pa. saay2-3ia
U line i
was not th Wmu that ( onvi. u )uH broil,. I
cr, turned Jii m out cf the JuJshi., andj
disnaliSod hitn from holdinofilco. It was j
the Stai Hfuatf, sr.d why not let fly at tht
Jody? Theywc.-,. u to t. Come, Bull,:
jHitr with the fore uot. hcliow, and ! ,
v-roieclion. only at the risk
iivoa. J hare callM m.
of their orn
Ksnu s of the ns-
i-ev art- lii:rhJv fi,nTi.-.i i,l
- . o j . v..
i viK'ia aro fdfiil.nn.nniiKr -
ll'I'Ull ,f t,W.A. t . 11 . .. ,'
r-.i;, . ' v w, bir, Mtcu
Oi !.,,,,. a d ,10thil . v. r ,
v!.'-j.rralsfir the lan.i.
' A Cough, A Cold, or
1 ; A Sore Throat, .
viiii ivii.iiiAiE alirsno ivt rH' ltn
. 1 1 ALLOWED TO CVMUtCC, -
Irrituiiou of the l.usgk a I'sr
Riaiirnt Threat Oieeaaf , or
js ortes tus arstLt. , -
It 11 0 !V J II I A At TROCHE
Can be detached from the Sulky in a moment, should the op
erator wish a light vehicle for running upon errands.
Th Sulky being well built and with a good spring'ieat will
by placing a box upon it, be exceedingly useful fr iLht work
all the year round. - . & . , .
sWSend for Circular to - ..-.
BtTMVKIl, NORTON t CO.,
' " Cincinnati, dhio. -
Manufacturers of Caue Mills, Cook's Lvaporator Drag
Saws, Church and Plantation Bells, Corn fchellers, CiittiuS
Boxes, Horse Hay Forks, Hand Corn Planters, Garden Culti
For sal by W. W. WoODBL'FF CO., Knoxville Tenn"
COUHTY COUHT-KfTOX COUNTY;
. SALL OF LAND.
ON SATURDAY, THE 13th OF J (;l Y
next, I will oSur for sale, in obedience to a d,s-r.T
the County Court of Knox connty, on thi pieniJs , rac
of land lying In the lath Civil District of Knox county con
taining about fifty-eeveu acres, belonjrlnr to the ftatr.
Geo. Glapp, deceased, and atjriuinj the lands of W. H. Car
ter, Henry Boberts and Others, - loe falc wiil be mini cn
six and twelve month's tiniH, ejf-ept Ue amount of c0,ts
which will be required tc be paid os the day of le. N'ofs
of equal amount taken for remainder with approved nscuritv
and a Ilea will also be retained nutil th purchase money u
isn; piu, iue Biuouni Ul ensis Will CO anUOUBceii UU dav
Jon 19, 187.
WM. BI LK, Clers.
WE HAVE CONTROL
v T following implement for Kentucky .anl Imncss. .
and havens hesitancy in proui.v.ncinir them sapeiior to any
implements of the kind now uiauufacisred ia this country.
Send for descriptive and prfc rfitidornp, which wo fuinl-di
gratis. .-; i i :. -1 : ' ' : 1 U- ;
BUCKEYE llEAPEIt AND .'.MOWER,
. ' (Combined.) : '. -
, BUCKEYE-3roVER; LAIlCrlSIZE,:r
BUCKEYE .. MOWER, ; SMALL ; SIZE.
PITT'S PATENT THRESHER WITH
SEPAR.VTOR AND CLEANIJ. ' 5
4. fi. 8. and 10 Hor.- Po-wfr.' - ' V I
LEVER., POWER AND r,TlIRESJiEK.
. . . 2 and 1 Horau. ; ,-; , s -: j
ENDLESS CHAIN POWER - ;WITH
-: TnESlIER AND SEPARATOR:
- - - l and 2 Horse. '-'. : " " , ' " ;
EMERV S JUILROADTOWERWITH
... TniiESIIER AN D t WINNOWER,
--. .- ... hand 2 Horse J 1 , ..- r:';
G RAIN DRILLS. - WHEAT ' FANSj! j
' . : ; &e, c, Ac, , - v :V i
',' , ; ; LIME, CEIIEJJT," Gc , r
We are Manijfuotnr.'TS ar l-A jents for tho al of MICA
WHITL LIME, HTDRAVLIO CfiMKNT, PLASTER PAP.Ii,
C,c. . .. . , ; ,-FlIKiJi, VVIABIT CO., t
niay2'.)-2 n . "' .Louisville, Kv.
-trw-1 i -vvfr HAT.T 17V '
Attention. Southern' Merchants & Planters.
; FRAXK BAtlZlKDi v r ; " J
. Wholesale Comiiiissiori Merchant;
, Ho.. 15' Cortland Street; I'ew Yorker !
Aud General Exchange Warehouse, "for-the receipt of nil
Southern Products, a. Cotton, Wool, Hides, Toloct I
. - Rosia, Turpentine, lr, Fruita, 4c,;' - : - I
Ko. 206 & 208 Franklin Street, ffew York.!
Soutlieru Predncts, as above; received nt all times, in EX
CHANGE for BOOTS, siUuKS, I'UOVLsIoSs, ;c., forwhi h
the highest market price will be allowed npon arrival, and
prompt returns ma te. .;.-..?, . . k V
Send orders with invoices and 1 ills lailinj. . M"rehant and
Planters will sav "one to three-profit." All inehtkms.
cheerfully answered. - ' -' - - .1 j -. . J
freT" Yonr business and orJi ri rolicited. " - -
Address, : .t. : . . FBANK BALLABD,
P.O. Box 4320. . 15 Cortland St., K.T. 1
STATIONARY 1 PORTABLE .
; - cmciiiAu saw mhis,
' ''TO8 SI3lTn.TAXSOC3 tiSV ISDXPXUDrsT
. . . 7rOLiglit Iron Head Blocks,
ECL1TSE ' SHINGLE MACHINES, '
Wodd , Working MacMnery,
,7.."" CORS MiUS, Mia 6EAR1S3 & SHATTTS5, ,
t ' WroiigM Iron'Pipti Fiftinss, Stcia Cocfcs, 4c
' " OIL WELL z llACSUUnXY.
. , Steam Tire . Erigines,
' Applicant for Descriptive, eireular. wfll pcij Iks)
Vacaisery they aossL - -
CINCINNATI, CUMBERLAND GAP AND
' CHARLESTON E. E. COMPANY.
Notice to Contractors. '
THE PRESIDENT AND DIRECTORS
will receive Sealed Proposals until the 211h of July next,
for the Graduation, Masonry and Briging of the first ten
miles of the above road, extending from alorristown to Bean's
Station, ia the direcrion of Cumberland Gspl - -
Flans, specifications and estimates of quantities may be
seen at the office of the Chief Kngineer od and after the 1st
of July. This is a fine section of. work, of a heavy character,
and passes through au interostiog country, Knterprising
contractors are fhe men solicited, and should cono and ex
amine the work. The Masonry of IIoKon Brid;e is an im
portant structure, , . B. C. Met Al.LA, . ,
' - ? ' -' Chief Engineer, i
MorrisWwD, Tenn., Juno lSoT. -. - janeli-e't f
. . CHANCEHY COUST-JACKSBOEO'
i - - Jrss Ran, 18C7. ; . ' -
Ditvid F. iiogets, Ailministrator of V. S. Coywond, deceased,
vs. D.' P. Jone?, Alexander Ch.i Jill1, John Kinriud, Jr.,
and D. Hart, C. fe M..' . . ; - ..- - - . . ,. d
TN THIS CAUSE, IT APPEARING
i- from the allegations of the bill that John KJncaid, Jt. is
a uoa-resident of the State of Tennessee. : It is ordered by the
Clerk and Master, at the Jane Bules. tii&t pnblicatioa be
made for fonr successive weeks iu .Brownlow's Kuoxvilla
Whig, a newspaper published in the City of Knoxville, Tenn.,
requiring said defendant, John SincaiJ, Jr., to appear at the
Chancery Court to be held for the county of Campbell, at'th
Conrt House in ths town of JacKboro', a the third Monday
of October, which answer shall be Cltd ot the tirst Monday of
October next, the tim fixed by Buleof this l"0nrt tor return
of process-, then aad there to plead, answjl- or demnr to- the
biU in thia cause, or the same will bo taksQ- a confessed and
set for hearing cx parto ixi to biui. ' ' .
Jnn 13, 1S07 4w - : - ' P. U Al'.T, C. i M.,
PAEMHIG IMPLEilEIs'TS. i j :
. 1-.. . v. - -r i .? - --s; v
S-P 'i-sLi ..i:MtXibJ-
3:lci(M & co
MAY ' aild ::JUNE, 1807.
TTAVE IN STORE AND FOR SALE
11. at the:' - .... - .
v? .:- Lowest- Oasli Rate,
j DRESS GOODS,
- - Of all kinds suited to th summer season
.1' Z . ' i ' Jaconets, Jfainsooks, S'Hse 8t?ipes)
,,;....., , and Checks, Pnlfed Mifcia
for Bodies, Berlin CoriL
W? call if arth ular attention tq our stock of
.StiI xrl3lx TilnoriJB !
Jaconet and Swiss F.lgings and Ins-jrtinrs,
- Plain and ilmbrodered Collars aad Cuffs.
Parasols, Fans, Black French Mitts, Ladle aad Children'!
; . Hose, Ladies and Misse Quaker Skirts, Black Silk
' Basnnes and Silk Sacks, Black F.rench Thibet
) V ; and Zeptyr Shawl, Dress Trimmings,
, iiibbons and Corwt.
j . CAEPET DEPARTMENT.
Vclvef, Brussels, three ply, " ' . .
.- Ingrain and Hemp Carpets,
f .Floor Oil Cloths, from S to ISfeet Wide,
' Cocoa and Manilla Mattings,
A ' ;- Z- - ' : Drnrgets aai Crumb Cloths.
Velvet and Brussels Bags,
Ccoa, Hemp and India Bubber Door Mats.
; J ' CURTAIN GOODS.
Damask, Sbades, Holland, (Buff and Greea) Cords and Tassels,
.i ,... -.r ' Coraice and Fixtara. . .
: PAPER HANGINGS.
AVall iaper. i. . , r . . ;
Pan eel Paper; ' : - -
.. Tinted Blank, '; ' ' ; :
Centre Pieces, - :
Medallion Figures, I
. .-J Z j-- Brackets. ' "
. , . Fire Board Pi ints, i
.'J..-.4 -;; - And Curtain Papers.
"-? , ; ' MIRRORS. !
Laie am Sinnll, " . -
In Gilt, - .'.' '
, . Uahogany.i . '
' Walnut, and . . .
, Kosewood Frames.
; - - V. SHEETINGS, ETC.
8-1, I'J-i, IZ-i Bleached and Brown Sheetings,
-' 4-4, -4 aud tt-4 Pillow Casing,
,.' Linen Sheetings and Pillow Case Linens.
CHINA AND WHITE GRANITE,
Table. Ware, Chamber Sots, Traveling Beekots, Market Bas
kets, Ladies' Willow Work Stands, Tuns, Cedar
Class War, Buckets, Ac. Ac. -. ..
l GENTLEMEN'S PUNISHING GOODS. .
Fine Clothisg, Shirts,-Ladershirt, Drawers, St'ks, Band
kerchxfs, Cravats, Hate, Boots and S!oe, Boys'
.-. . , ' . . ana xoutns Homing.
' . l r. TRUNKS AND VALISES.
' Bois Leatber Tranks, Eugenio Trunks, Commoa Trunks,
Bole Leather valines. Leather and Brussel Bg-,
i '; ' , - BOLTING CLOTHS.
I: 1 .' : i. - Best Brand,
'.- Nos. 3. i. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.
the above Good, for sale at .. .
:-P. DICKINSON & CO.'S,
uneStf Corner Main and Gay streets,
r. e v f t ;-; J
DR. P.' H. CARDVELL
HAS THIS " DAY EFFECTED
arracremeot by which he wfll be able lathe fotuv,
apply aJ persona who stay 4ir, trota a sinrl to a fall ,
VLLCAitlJt.li HIBBEB RASE.
Being the latest Iiarnrt veiaent hs esir profession, and tarw
been suffideatly tu4 to warrant Its atdity.w taae pleai":
u .1: li mm ka i n m far nrvfarmHla t mbms S
milBCHIUUI I, nwg - - r ' - ' mmmvmm SCt k
any other base boreiefcra aaed. U ean b awd ia maai
stances wh-r all other aaaUriAis (ail. lit on need, ttisr,!,
despalr. CaU oa t, firs b year work and 1 wiU desomJ
kemember that a full set ef teeth on this Rsthl cost m,
bait what they would ea fold, and Jet preferable In all rw-.
"Str Bespeetmlly, P. H. CAwl
NELSOS, BEAR DIN l .
. ." . v. H'ariTWY
tU C hUf Clerk 0- M.
IVp't, V. 3. A. -
k. a. SLBts.
I. S. Tols.
... M'QUITIIY V ALDEX,
f, U. S. Claim and Gen'l Collecting Agwu,
OFFICE AT THE CAf ITOL, NASHY11U
City CJtc t S. St eorwer ' Pbrt mud Cedar $t.
AU Claims arising from Cs Lw, or Damag of frtr,
Property by Military occupation ; (jnartermaster, Comstaar,
or Medical Store, taken tor th us of th Fdral ir.
Claims of Soldiers and Officers for arrearag of Pay, Bon,.,
or Pension, from whatever cnse,Jj)romptly adjns'e xa,i -2
Cash advanced on Claims at Equitable Hit.
- Srmtn o. Msj. Gen. Georg H. Tbms( Conuias-iij.
Mil. Dir. Tenn., Gen. J. L. DoaaJiim.a, Chief J. X. II "
Tenn., Gen. B. W. Johnson, PrjT. Mar. Gea. M. D. Tiu
Hon. Wm. ft. Brownlow, Governor or Tenn., Hon, 0. a. H
ton, Governor of lad.. Hod. 8. it. Aruell, Bep. V asimj.
D. C, non. Horac Haynard. ''shin Uin, D. C, Moo. Va
B. Stokes, Rep. Washington, D. C, -Hon. H. 31. Hnji,
Agent for Tvna., Washington, den. W. Matt. Brora, X.jt
P. 0. Box Nashville, Tea. dsctf
General Claim Agents,
J. B. CARPENTER,
Late Lieutenant anil Adjutant 1st Tennessee Light Aniiirf
Lat Lie t tenant and Adjutant Sta Teaa Caval7
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INF0?J
the tdtixens f East Tennessee that they kav sp
aa offlcs is
for th purpose of adjusting aad collecting ail claawes of trm
against the Goverasaeat for sippiiea taka and in formal n
ers given, and supplies taken and a receipt fiv. aa4
services rendered. Prompt attention g.ven to sattlsswiK
olllcers' accounts. Stoppage f pay riai.v.d, and eertilwi
ef eon-indebtedness obtuned for resinged oSesrs.
Besonabl prices chanted.
Teachers bought er collected at lowest prices.
- Office 1st door South of Exchange Bank, Say strtet.
Post Offlc Moa 188. Knoxville, Ti
BsrsasircEt Hon. Vf . G. Brownlow. Gea. A. 0.
v. nous, caps, axcueian.
rREXCir, Will LEY & STEYEH,
Attornoj's and Genoi-al
WASHINGTON, A C,
"Ho. 217 Pa. ATenne, Opposite Villard't
THE UNDERSIGXED, BENJAMIN B
FBECH, formerly Clerk ,.f the II onse of Rn.a
ti.es, and late CommlKiuDr of Pnlilic Buil'lis;v, KiLLU'
V. WH ALE V, lat mnaherof the Hon of B-srewauusw
from West Virginia, aad EZR A L. ST&V'i'SS. LuoItN.la
lerior Deparnont, bav frm-l a partnership. And will si I
tad to th collection of ail cla nis uf loyal p-ras axam
th6ovraatuit. ithr before CoBgrewi, I ho tx-catl?. C .
partmaat, or th Court of Claiss. '
They will attend promptly I bnsiness cent them by l".
agent ia other pla e for a reasonabl coiooiimio.
s. s. tact, h. t, . wstiir. r. t. sts
I i! E ;' UN l ERS10N ED.
GENERS If SOUTHERN AGENT,
for ail kinds or
Agricultural Imp eineiits.
fONSISTING : 1 IN 'PART oV" THE
V. following described articles v i -;';-' - .
Thresliins? Machines. Hors rower?. Clover Haiicrs, lleap
er and Mow er.. Com Shellers, !: .;e 1 Urills, I'aK ut spinning
Wheels, Cider Mill, Hay Presse, Wafer Wheels, Plowsof all
descrlptioas, dnikey Corn and Cot ten Cattivators. Corn and
Cotten Planters, Portable Uriat - jhiU,: Hay Hakes, aud
Hand Looms. '
, RUSSELL ' t'.O.'S , : y-.: .
Great Thresher tind -SeFaratdi.;
Tlii" Tnr-her find ' S-'aratir tins t-a' i-i.-!-' "-irul Ci'e.-a-tion
forover twenty-tlire '.years, and i enfi-M-ts h- t ie
Champion of tit World f. tliicshj'!;; nnd ete.vlita'f 'Xrahi at,
one opevninu. It has Hi C-i tliilv ... .. ' .i '' 't- r '
They thresh (In,) Se"i, M.i 'h a4".fr. "' 1 ! ' i,k U :""-.
rinn, millet, and Wax seed, equally" wil.- -.;- s -
They are more dam hljj ai.d u:nhr le Uable t - ic f of
repair... .- '.-''';,'
They wiil'dfi map w.ir with 1. pi V tti.: any'llirr, ,
Will thr.sh all tit" train tliatcnn be p.t'.tn tu xn4 tnk-n
uu Hut slc!im". - ;,.. .T '"
S tliK.w no rturf Truia t!iu cylindur iu the I k O:" the IWedur
By nsins the Masslllott Machine, you do n'nt'ou'y nave money
thrown away for repairs, t ot are enal.hd to . time hy
having a Machine that will run for months and years with
out breaking down. . .. , ... . . - - ;
From forty to fl fty dollars Can be. sav4 thrr sl:iiig a urc.p of
three hundred bushel over all common Machines aow used
in this country. . - " ..".' . 1
They thresh fast, clean fit fjr market, sars ail tiw gia.n,
require no stop, for repair and are so easy on team;. '
These Machines are warranted- te thresh and clean fit for
market. In gocd wheat, sixty buheii per hour. : If on a fair
trial of any of these Uachiu.s, they faal to fill th warran'ee
the, mv at once be returned (If ifl fi-i-1 ''.'Ur,) e.j I inouey
refunded. ; . . ' -r - .ii - - -
Would refer all ihi'n intormat: u ia t'ear t ' to--ttirt
Machines to Daniel II i-lf ll, ., and irar i'atu.n, t-wscc-water.-
Tenn. ; Titos'. 0horn. .T . B. EiwM, F. Lea .ir,
Wm.CannoB, PhihioVtlphKa, Tenw. ; J.-W. N'irth, KnoaviHr
Tennessee. v v .,'.' '. v ..
receive,! ,t lar-rc and dlvraiiie,l Sl.-k et,r..-in .11
tlie 1'itest styes.of the seaon, ) . ....
x;r?L"sr i o-ooio
BOOTS, SHOES, ' HATS,
1 - - A'CV &C , tic. j';-
X '' CLOTHING, '
At iteatly reUtwed prio, s.
Wo extend a cordi.il invitation to those wishing iv yurchas
HI CJ KUIII1B . ' r
Prices very Low.. - ,L. C. ROSS,
wayStr ' ' - ; Cay Street, 2 doors Sot th of CambrlaaJ.
WE' ARE NOW READY TO MANU-
Of various kind.
; : EDTJCATIOlf.
.HWlPDEli .SIDNEY ACaDEHi'
;A'Gi-aded,SouooI for Boyi.
BY JAMES H. ELELNS, FORMERLY
Captain Company I, 1st Tennesse Cavalry. A reliahu
..u w i.i, wi ,c-,u,."-'l to tliuusaau uoiiars, in lliA 1
CA. ...Jaw 1 1 : . . m . . . . . . . . ' '
wwi iuu cui.1, Aiusiaes, uJifl wno win ai lenu xo sales in Fast
Tennessee, while I manufacter h.re and ship to him, I i',T.
within sevea milts of Cincinnati, Ohio. It can bs mad
paying business. Any recommendation or particulars fur
ther required. Address JAS. XI. KLKINS,
junelitf . Carthage, Hamilton roqut,, Viii,i '
I Mrt IMU f S.lI TO THC rTS.
si n: fMi:iAT ai.irr.
CIRCUIT COURT KNOXVILIYE.
.. KOTICS TO K0X-SU1DXKT. -Boujsmta
Dickey r. XvIin Tempi, t I .
THE DEFENDANT, WM. S. Calloway
Doing a non-reald.nt ef Tvnnmtse. as stated In K. '.
It ia erdeiwd that puIKatioa be made for fcursuceeeti,. week i
ia Brownlow's Whig, notifying said defendant I appear be
fore th Chanesrv Conrt at Knoxville. en the ftinni. i. .
of July next, then and thereto make defense to the bill, or
Vw sain will be taken for confessed as t him, and set for hr.
itaj x parte. A copy f the order. -Jnnel
nh,!St.7. pr- D. A. I'EADLKICK, C. i M.
- - Alice B. Flahtr vs. A. C1oia, t ak.
THE DEFENDANT. THOS. F. FISnER,
s - ?
RUSSELL'S REAPER'. AND KOWEH.
This is a aimpla.and roaipact maohine," eml rnetn- all the
flexibility, treo ;ta aad durability re-juttrite to a krat cl.ie
Machine. It ruus lightly both iu Beat ing and Slowing 0
level ground, and cmsiu cu'tlej-. " Ev i,,il tt.-t draft
is found to vary from Mii tr 175 peand." -: 1. '"-- -
. Would r- fer all those aush.ug tu:otmi-.ti(m,t5 H.s tdlowlng
Banted giLtlcmec, who vnv pie-.it at a Kor trial, on the
farm of Arthnr P. Watkln, ti-ar Chittn. ;, Ttuu., oa the
6th day of July, ie96, her the Rus II Keji v ot.
rated with others:- e- . ' ' ' "i if . :
John L. Divine, 1:j., Jud,cn E. M. Ho, I!. L,. J-iaulttn,
M !., .'. McCortriic-k, Esq., Cbattaaoo?, Tent,.
: b-IDE-OPENING lTOVAELE C02IB ,
."' - BEL iPIlYPL tv'i'j'-j!? c, l
. - J'.jewfi frsi.'riitirt, llso... I ;'; i '
; rts .1. -' i - ' ei i-rw iti ut . ' f . . ..it
,"'v,ittX ' ' f " the iavsntiv skill of
. r. . B
- ri'itl Sir SFHSTO.w eommeaces February 11th. 1r,7,
s-.ii':.m,i-)v. commence September W, 1907.
. IL'mO.f rE SLSSIQN OF
; Primary P. parUusut ,C,J
' lutt-rmediar IVpnrtment . .,.'.....
STEA5L ENGINES, S3IUTT MILLS,
WATERWHEELS, MILL GEARING,
BARK MILLS, CINE MILLS,
- :'- PLOWS, HOLLOW WARE,
STOVTK. Ac .r,
NORTH A OCA If I.
. -""::::;rr:::r::::::;::":-:.:: li S whereas, . Robert kiitueu
Tick.u to a procured of Dr. Jan. Rodger, fterretary and 1 " " I Collector for the Couaty .r Monroe, and ita
Treasurer, at hi Dmg jur. I Teunoawss, ha reported to tho C reml Court f Xau
. r '-- '
WM. U E1SKELL. Prideat.
JAS. KJiiEItS, Beciwtary aad Treaorr.
JAS. 0. LL'TTBkLL,
J A 8. H. ABMSTKOXO, ';
AS. .0W4N, Sr.,
' - . Board of Trustees.
-; 1 M. C. WILCOX, Principal.
- - LAMAR HOUSE. -" ; -
I'lllS WELL- KNOWN HOTEL, IN
ivnoivill.,- T-nnesw, f arsia opeu to th public,
?; CAPT.f7AMES BELL PEQPEIETOH,
- - (rmily r,-Mpri:tir of th BV1 IIoim.) r .
'Wn re-srt TTmiuW V . .. AA 1
- a.t,.ii,ti iiviijv if ro 1 illlMl n Lf isw rttWsalt MAM 1 Lisa, saSs si .
er-tht-otire bow lir? Btrwiy ffU and um4. nd
11, -Ii ti r. tr. .. t 1 . a . , . '
M..JT. ivii.aiinaiJK ft w3fi irj'iutrta 10 mvjt u
W. vk: I FIRST CLASS JIQTEL. ;
. Tii vIukc iltpttitient is' uuiki th cbarir of l.A U!
SLn rr, I.iU-ff Atlanta, -wlios-r evporienc In uUriiaig tit
public wtll fun Hq "jn l plea' th mast futis'iows. .
ME. 03CAE EELL,'V: ' "
Al 11. Giaeral shiperlpl mdcnt, wilt do all ia hi power to -
-augtf -. . OAPT.'JAS. BELL; Proprietor.
t Boa-renjrnt or TenDeSse. as itata In the bin : - It is
d that nul,U-ation I made 6 four soccessivs weeks in
ilow s Whig, notifying said defendant to at pr IWor
anry Otirt at Kuojvllle, on the fenrth Mon lay of
bela a Boa-resident of Tennessee, as staled In the bin
jwtj ax(. tnea and there to auake defense tA the bill. nr the
aaw will be taken tor routewwd as tu hise, and set for hear.
ljg.xp.rtf A copy uf vli? ordr.
Jane l'i. pl& . 1. A. DKADEBICIC, C. A M.
Martha M. ."-ulUTan 1. Aadrew Sullivan. .
For Bronchitis, Asthma,, Consamptirr n
H.w ur-- Hi r-TD with inn) .oi. rc ,5-.
SINGERS AND PUBLIC SPEAKERS
will find T.o rt nsvfijl iu clearing the voice when taken bt;
fuie .singing or giMwkin. and relitviur the thmt .ft..
unusual exertion of the viv-al eri.as. The TVocAetare recoa- 1
mounded and pmKril by rhykians. and hare had testimo. j
Biah, from eaiiuent me a throuiihont the c-.atrv Beiar a I
art!. b or trui me rit, and having pr,red UiXr eSicacy by a test
of many J rar, ear!, yMr aads tbea la new localilw ia, va
rious pat's of lb. world, aud tlM Trwi-, are naiv.rnaily pre.
nounced belter ll.jo other itrtl-l..
Oirri ly "Eanwa PioaeHiaL Tamats. ' aud do not
,n efAi, Juaiumi that wiav be oS.rl
! TUE DEFENDANT, ANDREW SULLI- "Irt:'
. AJ TAS, bsouj now confined in the Stats Penitentiary, as I ' " .' ""'t r
nm cWfwd in the bill t It is ordered that pofclh aHon be mad., for ' ZT'
. urar aneecwiT mi is Brownlow a w ills, natnvia sai.l V-
i f.ndaat to appear llor the Ciuaeai-y Cotixt al Kaoxvill oa
j the fourth M. nday cf July a- t, then and there to make de
fense to the hill, or the m will be txken for confessed, aud
- f- "" s '"Tt
'I -. i ""x f
- , ,. I Mil - 1 ;. J i'"mm
u 7; l p ROUS,., klld
' .! rtu'- I ir?u c ireful!;
cotii. 4 vt rtTAOiit.,
which v de- tin; t
ruvouiti;.; . u othur
, !?! Of Is ."pillj".
YVI-bthis Hit. the l-s,
r srittrely -n i the
Ottuit"! oi tile koe&f 4.
, rt "n'y u".N a .n ,ril
. eaamaaiien. t, sh. 'y
any ou el Its utifl-y.-
o ue a j, j, iu bo caa
ri v.u, ,-it it,--
- Tb fflore '.f tin. hon-J)
har eaiBised the i-
t..iii;j ri ia-k-aeutrftud
1 ai-s :
Ve withia a tew ver'by
l ike itttrwluotiuri. sf !
y ,'Z'., For a New Religioiia Work,
hatred f Closraphy and Hlstorr.
pOMPRDsLN G A DESCRU'IION OF
ral(t .., a full ae l lltly !utere,tin ccot of th
ratrlar-ti, Sings and Prophet, th live of Christ aad ih
Apostles, witu notice cf tl most raiMit Ksformor, aad
sneicnesoi jneruiosoi n r-lobratil ancieat eitis, tover
lag a large U apon whicl little ha eoea writtoa. This
w..rk is puf.lisiied to supply a want loag fi lt by Christian of
eoauecUd aad rliLl hitorv, written in a tyl at n at
traelive and inatrutuve,' Fni; boaad, aad Ulutral4 wi:a
ealltifal ste'l enTvin;s.
, Alst;, ler an entirely new and rv p"patar work. I. tit led
" t'us'ir u rur. I,tni, ' or tnw and sr.au ta tb iifa
frfnnr pws ior and Hi Ap"".le.. tditrd by th pepa.ar A-
Yh t aud Lnesorer, Dt. GV. HoLiiS". .,
'Mfui-frs, leathers, and otbtrs will Mud the iBtrodattmB
aad sal. of thal wore- both a lacvaiiv and irw.rail.
eaaplij mn uU- Pos Ciitalsr givi tenw aad denpta
a-rir'-vr ' II. t . J"Ullso, f'nOli.iMT,
. ') ir X. Vr. Cora r th and Ka tru, '
JJI.O -lii ,-, ,, . .. UaciauiaUUIw..
'K fJ 0 X V 1 1 L E BAN K7"
ri lL 'transact . a g e n k It A L
ft U - ' - .. . . . : - ij .. , 1
set for kearias ex parte.
( rfUii It. 1o7. ,pl
A copy of th ord-r.
D. X. DBAD&IUCK, C. t M.
i'llE I'ur-l ol J. l. r,.nnl.,i ,,l Monroo
county, jsL:j II aj'j'car licit wt-i-L.
Preo to Everybody.
iu,!"'',.r,,'.C,r"Ur ,r,u "f-rmatte. .1
import.,,, tj u,, ,ouoa ol Ik lu as-ae.
H he. how th. homely Leeome U,M
I-IM4 r-. pec led ,.Bd tit. trukMi ln.l
l"-r " "'-" '-"-II fai t l .lid tl.
Of,-.., inil irvivo. ,, ..t p.M. I,. ,,,
,, Adre. P. ti. lt.swaa, A.
Mary E. Cotto vs. Snlrw H. Coho';
THE " DEFENDANT, HAYING GONE
froa fhe tsate of TeauMse. to parts nnknow n, aa chergtrj ia
U. bill Sled lor divorce: It f i.rdred that pablicatioa b.
aa. fcr fowr cHMin wseasia BrowBlow Whig, aotlfy
in M d,!.ia.it lo.ppea, ,,0,.. tt. chr.a s-ry Coart at
knoxville, on the fourth Mob l, in Jal, nail, then and
tri to m.k. defc-Bs. to th. hiij, or the .,ne will be taken f.-r
eo.fe.wt M4 rt fr !-.rrs ;, p,r. A copy of IB. ord-r.
June 1. la.... ilpi,. b A w..u,tK7K 0. , M.
WANTED-500 WAGON MAKERS.
i... . - 4 i:il B JVSiri
;n., is ran rst a )
H 4 -z a I nii.-a id
'iW ll'lUf , blltM rlTt
.aSl ssnr. MR.n.j.Hw4M Mn.ll A. Dltl 1:ltasi mr t.ir rn-
raiocenpatiow..- t r T .'e.i ;J : ' y-' ' ' "
I ha. sJ,o tUe Xh C.ar'. T-.at - -t u ', .. It
iB-rrvurtiiy .rvt--i, aoi ran n n:u ,,Pv
r -o, j d,4 jQ a"4i.o'
HI.ITS .1- f
it SUA " '
ib BuiJn.-s.. Kocei, IV Ps-.it s.
fa k ot, e. Baar-3ai '
DumeroB. .! K r , M.H
rr.rBc kocaoa suhjeirta pf pirt, uj. ty
minute directions for tlic ai.w.'iiesii ',''"'.' Ju, , s
mouth of tb year, ia both e"J J" ,,.!.!w! .. .r. - of
e W r7"""" - " ,.w.-i ppt(eHT osn"r- of
thektHcltiB. wia r-ir P" 'tJuTi i-y u; m!
I th.m by a'y to me, titlur P"-'--" ".' MV rj, a
X. T7 wans si. t. atv. M,". :
lf grwitMt 1
ful. tli. u-
...r A. ,
TIME, MONEY AJvTI) L.A.DOJ. SAVED
ty pBrrbaalag HVBS rea, y mrticed. A g.d aort
BtMit c( Lwa.i. O.k. Kim ana Jnut, wairanted toprior to
any B...I. b, h.D l, at l-vsr (,P, ,
b4 n, or aa-nd lr
t.itttt, ;v,.r. III
s.braary , J7.
ant eoBi), jS toiIm ..
f. V. ll.LARl't,
ma .1 1. .4 '
J1TBS. KAILKtJfiD ' . 1
BRIPGE BTOPIIL3. :
ryilE aSUUSCEIBEr.,ls; PREPARED
L t.. furutth.oo ihashort eoLcmib i.oai i thr.i iu.hsi
below Macon, 00 the PoMb-Wrctt-rn lUiiuad.st -;-i!.i r;
Ua., any .etlty and n.iia!ity of P..ls-f CLAsfl ViUjiw
ULAltT FIK LLMCt.lt, frota i ts 64 feet i a p5ht. t l-
dr.ds me at Cl:.rl.sti.n, Tmin., or Watlu-iri A ior, nh
!h"rg, (ia., all bills warrenled t.i ,t:f( Hen.
K.-l.Tl tir Ofwf t I.nrks, Cr!irl nr I, n'l J.'S.kry
tuour, of Maron, . r.p-icniiiij , ... P.u..
tu.l lei mr Ltimlier .oeek i..r .
r it B. DlilVT.
1 harleitoa, 1i-.,u,
! o I I 1 EPS'-BOUNTY CERTIFICATES
O boii.-bt atl -Sbwst Jte, t y KMsvilUDo.fto -
""V!l . . ' . E. .wrrCHELLTlWr.
(V riD 'OLU i DOLLAR '.SOAP.--
, , , Aavtra Ma p for laaaa'r, J r.mi',
y7T'r fi"1U -wiUsoat .arias.! them. - U a rm
-UT.,r.m, and w commend it to ail Drnd.Bt In.!,....
is Wore SiTBOiaical than a poorer .luaMy wbick. auy b
bought at a less pru w. I'ut m in tp-'X of M lb, aait U IU.
; Wit pt op id 3, n , ; iu,, each. Price :4 mti r t.
, P A 1ST CLICAMMi wAr.-Ia tbicomblsBiKBilrfn
alkali. line Iwi crefUy txcluded thus avoiding Ih. TeW
Wrova e.lei. of oommoastroag soap atv'B tat how, p. (it.
I: m p,m,--'-J i ir,,.J SB e! mwt. FalBt ClBSst with cbia
pr;.eatloi. wear wiisrh I jnger than Ikul .a whi. a r
l.o.ry applianoM r atwit. - it fnamm ait k. Ba p.ial
c-i.-MOiitfr . pi. Miles of mit silver to.p and 1. maoo rhoapsir.
In bar. I tt- each, -twni. t -h.
Bitytf K. J. MAM uttO A Cel., Soulh.ra Ag-eot.
T V VOT7 - 1IA YE TETTER, SCALY
X r'ri.t tliios, Pittple. or Bunt is sfl ih. faco, I'lr-r Kan.
ii .uir w, or any Mn mien fr..,n an iinp.r. slat, of Ih
l iood. gj lo Da. JAKs) KcDOiKd, aM sua a Bfttl
Urti -Bstitulloiil Li:' yrop. itistf
!STte i f Triji.sir. Moinur. Ci.tati.
tv cr V.infft. mnA SI. .
Tennosaew, ba reported to tho C reml Court f Monn
tounty th following dtistrtbed tract or load aad lol
parts of towa lots, a having bea aseM.t U,t Uim fcr a
year lKi ; aad that th tax th.wia ar do aad rtu
npalU, and that th r'.D'etrT. oi ha,, no eoesi aaS
chattals ia sebisounty np-a whlehb.ra distrai; f aud
tax, tHWit : . -
Jenepll Williams, one trai t of land. IW acrwi. in ih D
trkt. Value f J. Tax f I 00, clerk's fo I S", nriauir's "
1 W. collector's fo 1 ll. Total SS SI
I. &. Harv.v, xn.rdi.u of Jw K.i.n... on. trart of land.
l-O acres ia Kth District. Valuo Hi. Tax i i. rlark s
I V, printer's fe 1 i, .-.Hector s fre 1 li. Total J )
Koewrt Adama.oB tract of laad. 40 a.-rwa. ia I.IIB I'it!nci
Vain S40. las l U'l. clerk s toe I M. rrlntn's 1
eolleetor's 1 0. T.X ?'i 30
Iahaaa C.ale. ib tract of land. !"0 srr. la IMh Disux
Valu Tsx SI ?S, clerk's is I X. printer b 1 '
col!rtor s fe 1 '". Total '
B. E. Ilenlr. on trat t of aod. 1J ai r, la 1-th Dlrtr'-
Value f li.issi. Tax H 00, rlerk le 1 M, printer s . 1 J.
eol lector's ft 1 'J. Tjtal !
B. H. Henlr. on. tr. t .f la.d, 17 iv r., la Uk UsMrtta
Value lJ,6si. T.t tin aa, rl-rk s f-s I 3', priat ir's te. I 1.
colleetor's ft I t. T nal S-D ft
T. H. Callaway, one tract of land. '." cr., 17tl lslri. 1
Valae Mvui. Taijil', .-lerk's fr I ', printft sfe. I ''
soil tor s fe I t. Total , 11
Thomas Whit, 'Ohio,', on tr. t of lanj, J,") arrr, ia l.t
District. Valu S.-"1. Tax 3 ZO. clerk', fei 1 5", priaLr's If
1 i, collet tvr's H.t 1 "0. Iut.1 '.
oB Jll.-doB, ,-ynt tract ot laol, f'i acrss, ia lain 1 ."in
Vain Duo. Ta t cl.rk fee t AO, printer tr I ''.
coll-s-tor s ieo 1 ". Total fi &-
Norma Laad' buir, trv.-t of laad, IJi ar, la lt"
District aln fJ0. Tax tl . ebr!t ft 1 f Sprinlnr s
t M, collector's fe 1 " T'tal $i 3
Pollv Madisoa s hairs. b tract el laoA, inw,)
District- Vali; Tax Jl hi . clerk s ts 1 Vi, pnawft
6w I 50, collector s fc. 1 VI Total fl..
John North, 00 tract of l.a.1, r) acre., in I'th fnatrici. -
Valu SI'S). Tax f-.' cears, clerk Its I 'Q, 1 iis'r lw I
eol'-Uir s fee 1 f T.'Uil Jl '-i
lcUy itt, one tract of land, 1M) a-r.s. i lta Uwlri'i -
V.lo. S10.A Tax 00 omt, clerk's f- 1 "J, printer's l. I t".
eollaotor' foe 1 Vt To'il $1 '0
-V. C. Higdon s h-lrs, one Ira. t of UU'i.
DUtri. t. aioA. Tax l art. . b-rk . r- I j, prioor a
fel JJ..0II tot s Pa I 00 Total '
Athine 5fc oi:istr, u I'ki v-
tr , Vln6.. Tax ' " 1 r"ot
fe.1 Jo, coll.. tor s fe 1 w 1j' s
Thomas .WtiB betrs, n . ... .-u-, kts, :s ir.t
hl.ut. mJmmtHiUk I ' s le I w, pni-tw
re I y, collw lor fr 1 " Total J')
Joba T. raya , ""-- ', r,i ra, m in
DiatrKt. Vo er fe M priBl.r
t I o, rolleetor I - ' ril.l 53 JO
B.eliiwond, on '" io, na.-re, u V.nh Pattrx l -
Tax . cl-l fe 1 j,), priiur, .'K
cvlleotor s fe I f) rjtal T J
aaBBurs a ail j.b.s. ob trct of tajid. 'ixti ,. itk
Dbaip l. valu. .-.). Taxil 'j.,. rh-k iS I .n rt.:t
Ss. 1 , eollactor's fc I Ttal JJj,,
Va oi. r.i ( tuts, . U-rli , f I oO, p-iotr s t'-a 1 ''
ertlet.jr s M 1 Oii T jt.l 14 yi ,
Wicox, iUaJ . AB.ly,c Ira ,.f Iab-I, J "
rth Diatrict. Vain l,i... Tx ; "J rl.-ik's l'"'
BTinter s few I $.1, roilwtor's f 1 "IbIaI ?k) jA
thrislphr Kirkland, eu. tr.i:t of Ual, ytl a. re., ia J-t
Uistrbl. tain Slirt. Tax t ct, . Wi k s hm I S', prmf '
fe I U, e.di.elor a fa I i) T.4l f
Jam. C LrklxDd, on' tr t of land, 1, . re., a ;ot!i Dis
trict. Vain SA.issj- Tax tiJ ', Urk I 1 prla
fe- t eolhi-tor's It 1 t) Total 5J
BeBjasalo- KirVltmf, on. traci or land, Tl) .:re, iu J'-t
lu.trits. Vain. .t,. T Jl -Ink a fe I jO, ptia'
foo t it, collector's t 1 00 Totil Jl
. Tboaaas A Co.. aa tract of Uad, l,ixs) b-i., ia -.'"th B -trict.
Valua Jl n Tx S ct., clerk f 1 l, prater
I VI, collector's trs I tM Total It r.i
Nathaa t al, no tract or laa-t, i acre, i Tih Dtstrs
Value lo0. 1.x ..J ccnis, i ltikl .. 1 i, priaier a fee 1
eolUctor fe 1 ia TwbI V4 tt
It 1 therefor .ojttl -red by tha euai tl ft-' judineut b "'j
it is hereby .itersd against tli. aforeMid tracu uf Uad "
town lots and part o ftowa iois in l a.m. of ta.
for th sum anatll t mcb, flDA ID aai.aa: of uses, co"
a.J ikarml iflna wap.llv Ihwtn C. ,1. . t u.i SJ 1
i ord.iwd by th. court that said' several iracts of !.sd
lot and Bart of lot, or so much thereof a shall fr V
tent of t-a of ia. as tv aliry lb taxes coats a. i ebvr
aaaoxetl to tlwai aev.raily, ae sold aa too law d:ml'A as'
III it aa orJ-r cf sale imiio.
Thennpoa, yoa, lb swtd Kt-brt ti'.iroiv, T.X Ci'ict-r fc
th coaety of Monrri aioremid, ar aaniy co Jed "
xpos to i Bblle s.1. th. aforesaid Ira. t. of lar.a saJ lots.
so mac B ol ach ef lk,a as will b aortic leu. (f,. iaas
and 'M. and ai.ae retaru cf th i wnl at . ....r,;. carl "
Bold .1 IB. oonrt Sum. iu Ib.lowai f 5J vlusi.Ville OB l
mr - p , .u.'l, , v, pwiU'W DFt
wiiaiwr, a. at. muiii
BtadimavUes las swoad
la .kw.li.ar lo lh.fo'...,;u, s"iT.
lu.iK' ..I., ai is. eUM hoiu. door in V.-.. ....o -r.aa..
Vs' in July, 1 7. nd et a li. tiVl a.U. '
Ttl Coilactor for Jiourj tuuoiy, Teta
nia v ill, OB I
h,i Mk.a i(l us?