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Knoxvilie, Tenn., June 19, 1867.
Earthquake- The shock of an earthquake wai very
senitly felt bens at about! o'clock on Monday night.
Two young gentlemen on Cay street, disagreed
with each other on Monday evening, and drew their
pistols to settle the difficulty, but were prevented
from shooting Vy the interference of bystanders.
The young men had imbibed too freely of intoxica
ting drinks, bence their difficulty.
RobiM Asoctv 0 Monday night a robber eater
(be bouw of CapUin M. P. Chapln end itole hif watch
ecarinr without detection. lie, or some on of hif cob
federate, on the tame night entered the dwelling of r
James CutluD. and tooV hit jacket-book, c&Ulniajr
r1im of money. He alo went to CoL M. L. ratteron'i
d the fanse itreet (Asylum etreet) bat was dincovertd
and beat a BtJ retreat, to areid a hall from the Colo
nel' platoL One of these aooundrel alo entered the
cause of Mrf. Craig in Ewt Knoxvili a few nighii ago.
Our cilifena ought to i-re para themelee, and be on the
alert, and rboot down the villaini on eight.
mumiton mm umm ii!iiaM!awwaBiiiiiB!irMssjasaawii!ij
Ebal Estatx Tbaitrfstrs. The following are
the real cst&to transfers registered in the ofice of
the Cou nty Court Clerk for the week ending June
V Ai'A. Sinmons to Dowling fe Stone, lot in
Concord for $300.
J. J. Crawford to A. kelson, lot in Knoxvilie
li. O. Harclin to J. M. Albert Ferguson,
tract of land in Knox county for fCQO.
II. D. Bearden to W. O. Brownlow, lot in
Knoxvilie for $5,500. ,
T. Staub to"F. Blum, lot in Knoxrillo for
TIJEMANN'S LAUNDRY BLUE FOR
rawily M. Thi, Blue it manufactured by the well
nd old established manofactarers of fine colon D I
Tlemeaa A Co. It is perfectly trara. snrf
. " ' J.H.TIEMAKN, Sole Agent,
'0 Pearl St., hew York.
Water Wheels! "WatPT. qi '
VALENTINE'S PATENT TURBINE, j
JJeb?t'n "9S- Manufactured by Valentine A Co., i
xricee moderate, fend Tor circular.
Ciif cit Covet. This Court hai diopalcLtil a
Urger numr r of civil cases than uual. The moet
important that has been tried i that of Swan vs.
Uadiburg, involving the worth of a roan marc.
The ease has becij on hand for along time, until the
costs have run up to at least three thousand dollars.
Up to Tuesday morning th jury has failed to agree,
as to who the rnarc properly bclongi to.
The State docket was taken up on yesterday, and
the court will first die pose of the jail-birds. J udge
Hall has been very industrious in dispatching buai
nes by holding court from , a. M. to Cr.M.
Latin- TiiE Cobee-Stonk of thk Niw U
E. CnuKcn iKTMESTiHa CebxmomiI8. Thcie
int'Tebting ceremoni"icome off to-day at 10 o'clock
a. M., with appropriate religious; and masonic cere-
monies. The whole proceedings will be entertain
ing, and v.ill richly pay those of our citizens who
may be pre nut. Let all turn out and assist by
their presence in this matter. This church, when
completed will be the largest in town, and will be
sn honor, as well as an ornament to the city. Uev
A. A. Gee, of Nashville will le present and deliver
the addrcs to-day.
Kajst Teskesskk Umvebsitt. The closing ex
ercises of this Institution w ill bogie or. Friday next,
at which time the examinations will commence and
continue until Tuesday noon. On Saturday mora.
ing, beginning at half-past 8 o'clock, the examin-
tion for the " Barnwell Mathematical rnze,'r will
tc held in the College Chapel.
On Tuesday evening, the usual cxhibition of the
Chi-Deltn, and Philomathesian Societies will be
held in the Chapel of the University.
;. On Wednesday morning at 0J o'clock the decla
mations for the "Baxter Prize' will take place.
These exuminations, exhibitions and declamations
will be interesting.
Tub Fimans May be rightly termed "The
Hiring Generation,'' and there is no telling what
greut results may be in store for the enthusiastic
warm-hearted " wearers of the green."
Young America having fettled his little difficul
ties on the basis of Freedom and Equality, now
turns to matters of peace, and serenely acknowl
edges the fact that the "Barley Sheaf" Cooking
Htove is ns yet without an equal. As this excellent
(t'jvc, however, i being imitated, we would advise
the trade, and all interested,- to satisfy themselvos
in every instance, that Stuart, Petersen & Ce.,
Jl iirulclph'm, are the manufacturers.
Aiivkntcre. Three prominent gentlemen of
our city, on arising from their beds one morning
lu-t week, looking over into the island in the rivur
opposite town, discovered what appeared to thena
a black bear.
They at once procured yawl, armed themaclvus
ith pistols, and proceeded te tho attack. On ar
riving at the object of their pursuit, it proving to
bo nothing more than a black hog who had by some
hook or crook found his way into the Island and
tvhs snugly ensconced there in that, safe retreat
from the hot June weather. The gentlemen fcd
ministered an oath of secrcey to each other, and
turned their fact homeward, wiser if riot bettar
Lirx I&vAHtx. In looking' over our ex
changes we are pleased to ice acveral commendito-
tj notices of the North American Life Injurant
Company one of the most practicable and rtllabl
institutions of its kind in tho country. "We con
eider this Company very fortunate in securing th
service!! of Col. Albert S. Bayless as their General
Agent for Tennessee, and we predict for the Com
pany a brilliant euccess under hii leadership. The
faith of the State of Jfcw York is pledged that for
the payment of each registered policy issued by the
North American, making it as safe and a more pro
fitable investment than a U.S. bond, all restrictions
on travel and occupation bavo been done away
with by this Company. 7 e are pleased to learn
that an agency will soon be established in this city,
and adviso our friends to examine the policy and
rules of this Company before effecting an insurance
on their lives.
X. P. WALKER sfc COS
NEWSrAPER ADVERTISING HOUSE
Corner of Main and Sixth Streets,
A DVEKTISE1IENTS RECEIVED AT
enblivhen lowaat rum for u nw..,..... .l-
Ant v; nitA A V" 'j 'U.6
AfACHINE BELTING. SUPERIOR
; fak-tanned Leather Belting, all 7.m, on hand and fm
ale cheap. ALBKKT POTTS,
wr. iBira ana w mow I.U., I bUndclpUla
'Mkm.vo or ScHLEtER s (Iallerv. On Thurs
day evening yt' lust week, Mr. T. M. Schleier open
"! hi finely furnished Picture Gallery to the pub
by giving one of the' most pleasant entertain
uirnts of the cea.son. Tho Knoxvillo Brass and
String Bands were present w ith the best of music,
while Tctcr Kern was present with an abundance
f his inimitable ice cream and cool drinks, and idl
went " merry as a marriage bell." Mr. Schlcicr is
now ready to givo entire satisfaction to those who
"nay ant business in his lino. lie wid bo found
Ohv street over Kamev s Hall. See adverts c-
E.J. SasroRi) &c Co. The establishment of
this firm on Gay street, S one of the largest and
m.t extensive of its kind that has ever been in oiir
'ity. They have a large supply and aro aWe to
-upply the jobbing trr.de with Drugs Medicinfc,
nve-rtuffa, Paiuta, C'iH Patent Medicine, Perfume
ry and Fancy Articles, all of which they are able
li oll on the uwt reasonable terms. They alio
k.--p on hand a supply of all qualities and sizes of
Window Glass, and also James River Cement. Bat
we will not at tempt an enumeration of their stock.
Tbosc visiting Knoxvillo for the purpose of buying
anything in their linn, should never think of pur-
basing without irst examining their stock. See
ilioir advertisement in another column.
Female Ikstitcte. The closing exercises of
this Institution came off last week. We had not
tho pleasure of attending the examinations, but
have been assured that all the classes demeaned
themselves in the most satisfactory manner, show
Ing that the n magement of the school had been in
good hands. "We were present at the exhibition on
Friday night, when a densely crowded house testi
fied to the interesting proceedings of the occasion,
The whole proceedings were to us very highly in
teresting, and we can. say to those who were not
present that they have lost a treat. The throng of
happy school girls, with their smiling faces ; the
sweet strains' of music, both vocal and instrumen
tal ; the recitation of pieces well selected and well
Hpokcn, and in fact the whole exercises were con
ducted in a manner, of which those concerned may
well feel proud. The school during its last session,
under tho supervision of Prof. Parkhurst and his
efficient assistants has been very successful, as it
certainly deserved to be. "We hope to see it more
extensively patronized in the future, than it has
been at any time in the past, and that the friends
of education in this vicinity, may aid liberally in
making it what it should be, a first class school for
young ladies. It is already a good school, but if
patronized as it should be, its managers will be e
abled to make it still better.
Are informed that
OF NEW YORK,
Are read; to mi'l'ly, at the carl in t moment, aas on the Tsry
loweat term :
Newspaper, Daily and Weekly,
- Magazines, Dime Novels,
Books, Cheap Publications,
School Books, Envelopes.
Pens, Writing Papers, -
And rKivTHia wanted by a
NEWSDEALER OR BOOKSELLER.
Describing the nature of the Nevrs Business,
how to do it, names of papers and Maga
zines with their pricee, Ac, will be
sent FREE to all who ak for
THE AMERICAN NEWS COMPANY,
110 and 121 Xassan St.,
1 1 C?I All K ABLE NOVELTY!
Interior of Mammoth Cave.Kj.,
JUT fCBLHSID (1
E. H. T. ANTHONY CO.. 501 Broadway. K. T. tfl-
en in Photo. Materiel, Albuma and Bureoicopea.
a. . A complete oatnt to make Ambrotypea, rerrtttrpea
and Photographic NrgatlTca, aize 3 by inchte, with
Cli.miralu, Ac, tor Sou.
WILLIAM SIGEESON, REAL ESTATE
' Agent and Coneyancr, 420 Walnut street, (undr
Southern Hotel,) Bt. Louia, Mo. Ileal Estate bought and aold
ea Commiuion. Catalognee siring deecription of city and
country property, Uiau monthly.
A HOUSEHOLD NECESSITY
Only Twenty Iollars !
THE STAR SHUTTLE SEWING MA-
CHINE. An entirely new inrention 2tl any other String
Maehiiu i tkt Korld, PATENTED 1 8 6T. It nei tK6 Ikreajj
ana BKet a JKtfc aUki on bth d,tuat rtU not Hp or unravtl.
ii eoaiDiaee simplicity, durability and banty. Iv ia aa largf
aa other first-cimM macbinM. A child ran i.m 4
It will doevery variety of family eewtng and tailoring. It
will eew from the Burnt gaaze to leather, la order to intra-
oace in biar axuate owing Afoefnn Into every honwbold in
the laud, we propote to fnrnlsh them complete, with one
"", uoouini, a iuii set 01 aeeuiei, on can, acrew dri
ver, direetioni, Ac, Ac, at tbe unprectdented price cf tmly
iraii,tiipim .men, w win cox lrce ci ex
pvoir,; mm imp g buj BQUreM.
W. O. WILSON A CO..
24 Second Street. Memnhin. T.nn.
K. B. Each Machine warranted for fl.Teyari. Person who
roer macniDea ana nna tnat iney are otnerwine than repre
sented, en ritars tbem and got their money back. AGENTS
Kirk Distrk t. A hhort time since, our city a
thoritiei cftftblisbod whftt i known rs tho "Firo
District,1' w o bclirvc, und in that boundary no wood
houses were to Vo LuilL No houses of. wood wtre
to l1 built on Gay Mrcct or oa Harkct Square.
Ibis nc bdicvod to bo A good movement, And Jt
'clievc it to be so. But vre sec a franio building
.ing up on Gny olrect, ueit to Hheppard & Beo
laM ' furniture ware-room. If this is tbe way tbe
law i-i to be enfoiecd, it look us if it will be prac
i!. ally no law at 11. Wo presume, of course, that
the jarty building this bou-r, petitioned tbe Bvrd
and got their consent before commencing hi or
h'T houe, but is it not establishing a bad precedent
to thus allow building. f thii character to go up
in Gay street. No on who views the matter right
eu object to such an ordinance, and every one who
feels an interest in the safety of the city from the
rtaagei of fire, wishes to eeit enforced. We fear
; blunder has been comnjf jted in this matter and
we ,-inrrerely hope a similar one will not be allott
ed. Brick houses cost but a triSo more thaa frame
houM'i, and they arc moi'c durable, and muehtafcr,
consequently we arc unable to see that any one
who own property on Ony street or Market Square,
or elsewhere, i to l damaged by strictly adhering
t'j lhi ordinance. - ' -
Foukth ok Jut. Arrangeincnta tire bwiag
Cauda to properlj cekbrete tho Fourth of July in a
beooiuing niiner, and e suppose the . committee
w ill be able to announce in our next issue, the pro
gramme for the wasion. -We hopo ourj citizens
will 11 aid in thl matu r by contributing" the e
cftary fundi to make it a rut-cc. -Xc want rnu
mc, fireworks, Cags and a grt. tofcny pAcr j ,
which e will he unable to prucur without some
fand. Any one wishbig to contribute; Can j0 0
by applying to any member of the llnaticihi rx,m.
mitteo announced in our paper a few weeks ago
Surely our citizens w ill not be so unpatriotic a t0
refuae aid in a proper ol-tcrvancc of the memorable
Fourth. Iet our cun:.ry friends come out.' Lav
aside your plows, your acythes, your hauimerp, your
planes, and let us all jcin once more In commemo
rating the anniversary of our Independence as a
Nation, ia that good old style of former days. We
lave no doubt the different railroads coming into
Knoxvilie will give Lalf-fare tickets to thoe winh
ing to participate in the Knoxvilie Celebration.
Ir Colgate's Family or Laundry Soap there U
totbirjr that can by any possibility be of damage
v tbe clothes for v. noe lencnc u is ueu. un ut
J'riirifrar ,11 ,!. S k rk, trp rndf with IX'ial Tef-
. , v.-w j .
eren i0 getting the greatest amount vt raluable
ir-grediiTiU itto the smtlli) tt r-ce. fe none oth-
' than Colgate's. , . .
u Dok't ee FooLiea,? Tou can mcko Six Dol
ara from Fifty Centi. Call and examine an inven
tion UTgontly needed by everybody. Or a "ample
nt free by mail for Mc., that retnila easily for $8
7 L. Wolcott, 1T0 Chatham Sqiiare, New York.
W ANTED EVERYWHERE Salb-
V MEN. LABIES AND GF.KTLEMEN 1100 to &SM
rta Month To sell the genuine Common Heuse ramily lw
ing Machine. Price only tl8. This machine will etlteh,
bem. full. tack. bind, quilt, braid and embroider. Tbe (loth
cannot be f nlled apart, even after catting acroas the eam
every qarier vt d iulh. &T.rj mucutn wBii.uiru tor
three years. Snd tot circulars and terms to agents, or sU
at Mcl)oweH'a Block, rorner Foortb and Greea St., Loaie-
ville, Ky. BLISS A Met ATH BON, Oeperal A genu.
ORTH AMERICAN STEAMSHIP
OPPOSITION LINE TO
California via Nloarnfftia,
, EVERY 20 DAYS,
With Passengers, Freight and u. S. SUlli.
ON THE FOLLOWINa FIRST C LA 6-9 8TKAM-
On Atlantic Ocean.
SANTIAGO DE CVBA,
Connecting on Paaifie lcea.
Passage and Freight at Reduced Rates.
SAILING DATS FEOM NSW TORK :
July 2oth, ....
May loth and 3lli,
And eri-ry twenty days thereafter, leaving ea the Saturday
previous uen tne rofiar u7 m.uiy. jtr
fnrther information apply to the SOUTH AMIRICAN
8TKAMSHIP CO. vVM. H. WEBB, rre.ie.al.
.rl cxcnange nace, ivw sera.
I. K.CARE1NOTON, Agent,
177 Wee t street, corner warren, jw i.n.
KEEP YOUR FEET DRY! THE PA-
TF'NT MKTltUC SOI.K. mannfactered eidoeively hr the
AMtRK AN I'ATtNT lidaLUU miuh-suk 'i
No. 1'7 Broadway, New York, and for sale every wDre, e a
plf-ct gnarenteeof WARM PRY FKET, against ftandlng
or walking on WET PAVEMENTS and 1AMP GROUND;
diwe not inserfer with tbe most delicately fitting boot er hce,
and adapted to every ago, sej and condition, PK1CE 29 t T8.
l arge disc ount to tne traae. agenw ppwmv.
rr List and.Ciieular. r,r arot tTO bJ p01' tamplea
for$l. Address S.E.CiUKtU, retary, o. 101 areas.,
wsy, Ns York. '
A fl I f1 CVlebrated TorUble and BUUoaary
V PiIS Steam Engines,
All Sines and Superior to All Others.
tf" Call or write for circular.
SMITH A BErtC-S, St. Louis, Mo.,
WM. P. HOVKY. Milwankie, Win-
JAMK J i.N'K?, Itrott, Mich.,
C L. KICK A CO., Chicago, 111.
AMES' IRON" WORKS, Proprietor, Oswego, Torfc.
rANTED AGENTS. 575 Pzr mosth
and traveling expenses to oae food agent for eh
enmitr in the I mted States to tntrodttce oar riiar
CLOTHE!' 1 INK. Address, stating age and ocrapetion, to
tfce AMi-RIOAN W1BB I P., lta Broaday, K. T.
A Han of a Thousand.
A COMSCMrXIVX CCRID.
f ICIAN of Itreat eminence, discovered, while is the
f. . mj !..(,. e certain cure for t'oHimpSKW, Axhf, reacMs,
Couch. Cv'J tffecwl IttiUtv. The remedy waa dieeevered
bvbimwhsB his only child, a daaghter was givea p te die.
liis child was enn-d, and is bow alive and well. L'irous ef
beoeHtting his iWlow mortals he will Kd to those who wish
.. .,., uBtainicE lull directions for makiug and ee-
reearsUT owns thin remedy, free, oa receipt of their Bears,
iTu . o stn, to ,..y the expeu.ee. TUero is act a single
vaiD-via of CvmstioiptwB that it does not at ooce Uke hold
ol ei dipate. Mgb sweaU, peevishness, irritatton of the
a.r'.i, failure oj : memory, diWcuU egpert-iratwa. tkmy falBS
the lungs, sore inroai, """" - ?"
The writer win pieaK wimv m "'- -t -
see tb advertisement ib. Addieea.
tAJIJ'l'VIh ea. a,vf
lij3i Ua-e S-'treet, Ph Jadelphia, PeB,
EMPIRE SPEINQ BED COMPANY.
. So. 62 Liherty St, 2ST. T.
M.NrXL'st PATFNT ADJUSTABLE
teprinrr 3eti Bottom,
d0it. " ny wtstead. Anybody caa
I do tint want better bed." J!. C alk.. . , .
Idiior r. .te. er. Agricultaral
Adi-rcn ai above. Agents wanted.
AINTS FOR FARMERS andothim.
A TheCraflon Mineral Taint Company are now suus.
farturibg the BmI .Cheapest and saoet Jurable PAINT ia se:
two costs, well put on, mixed with pure Linseed Oil, will leal
ten or fifteen years ; it Is of a light brown or beautiful choc,
late toIr, and can be changed to green, lead, Stone, drap,
olive or cream, to suit the taU of the consumer. It is veloe
ble for Monies, Barns, Fences, Carriage and Car make", Fails
and Wooden-ware, Agricultural Implements, Canal Boats,
ew-!a and fi.Mp Bottoms, Canvas, Metal aad Shingle Roofs,
(It being Fire and Mater proof j Hoor Oil Cloth ilauuf., (one
tlanuf. hiviui; used in the past year i,0o0 bbs.,) and as a paint
is unsurpassed for body, durability, elasticity, and adhesive
Bees, bend for a circular, woi, h gives particular.
Price S cents per pcontl, or W per barret ef HO pounds,
which will sspply a farmer for years to come. None genuine
nniess branded In the trade mark Grafton Miusiat Paint
vVsrki. loqeirs of jour paint deak-rs, t-r addris
'. 11 fearl it Ktw lcr.
AfERIDEN CUTLERY COMPANY
i-X Manufacturers of Superior
of Peart, Ivory, Horn, Bone, Ebony, and Cocoa Handles.
Also, exclusive Mannfnetnrers ef the Patent
which is the TUB MOST DURABLE HANDLE EVER
It is mack less expensive than Ivory.
It always retains its polish when in nse.
It is warraated not TO BECOME LOOSE in tbe Handle.
It is aot affected bv HOT WATER.
For sale by all the principal Dealers In Cntlory throughout
ui united mates, and by the
MIBIDK.S CUTLERY COMPANY, New Tork
SHIPPERS & DEALERS IN GRAIN.
THOSE WANTING ANY SIZE OR
A. hind of
Can be Supplied Immediately.
We have on hand
20,000 two Bushel Corn Sags for shipping,
30,000 two and one-half Bushel Corn Bags
50,000 three Eushel Corn Bags for shipping.
25,000 four Bushel Fruit Bags for shipping.
Orders by mail will receive prompt attention.
J. C. GRAFFLIN & CO.,
may i3 tit Nos.75 and 77 South t., Baltimore, Md
"TWELVE TIMES A YEAR."
THE GREAT SOUTHWESTERN
-A. MAOAZIXS is rtmlelt ulik tiriUina ttoriet. adventures, sci-
tnttjlc hneteUdge, and all kindt of Ote mott fatcinating reading.
Mat a tomplete monthly reand of the nevet circnlatei ten thoueand
oestes ear nont. bpertmen Humbert onlv 10 cent. i carta suo-
eenpnene ci. uestn f it ana vteapctt. Aaartm uun $tamp,
F. . J'ttbiisher,
This is Ho Humbug.
TY SENDING 50 CENTS and Stamps.
XJ with age, height, color of eyes and hair, you will receive
by return Bail, a correct pictnre of your luture husband or
wife, with name and date of Marriage. Address MINNIE
CLIFTON, P. O. Drawer, No. 38, Fultonville, N. Y.
WANTED, AGENTS. $230 Per Month
If Tt Ta Rocnd, oa 900 Pta Oint. Pbovit ok Cosi
miiiion. We guaranty the above salary on commission to ac
tive industrious agents at their own homes, to introduce an
article ef trufttprmiole vtiiitf in every household. For full par
ticulars call on, or address
maj'224t 11 Sooth Street, Baltlmoro, Md.,
GOLD. GOLD, my Golden Compound will force the beard te
crow oa the smoothest faoe in 21 days. Hatisfaction given or
money refunded. Seat by mail postage paid for 60 cents.
Addrsss it. IX. Colvm, a ad ley fetation, .Lawrence Co., lit.
RTJNKENNESS CURED UPIIAM'S
ANTIDOTE TOR STEOXQ DRINK ia a sure cure for
Drankenaass. Can be given In coffee or liquor without the
knowledge of the patient. Price fl a box. Sent by mail to
any address, by 8. C. CPU AM, 2o South Eighth St., Philadel
phia. Circulars sent free.
" CTAR SPANGLED BANNER."
A large 8 page Illustrated paper, cheapest and fan
nieet paper cat. Fall of fun, fact and fancy. Only 50 cents
for a whole year, and a gift free to every subscriber worth
fross 60 cents to S2&. Send 50 cents, for a year, or a specimen
sent for 10 cents. Address STAR BPANOLED BANK kit,
Hinsdale, N. H.
a. a. cBiTiKN.
C. E. SERGEANT.
S. E. CMTTENDEU & CO., Proprietors.
HAVING LEASED THE PROPERTY
known as the Walnut Street House, and completed our
improvements upon the same. It is now tlioronghly refur
Blshed, patnted, carpeted, and in the most excellent condition,
aad will from this date be the
We shall be meet happy to see oar friends and the traveling
public, aad guarantee the accommodation i of the CLAREN
DON to be eoaai to any hotel in the city.
nT- Telegraph office in the hotel.
S. E. CRITTENDEN A CO.
March 18th, 1867.
Ladies, Discard Injurious Paddings,
MADAM JUMELS MA MM ARIEL
Balsa and Patent Breast Elevators develop the form
physiologically. Depot 3KI Canal Street, New York. Send
stamp for cirenlar. Sold at Druggints and ladies' furnishing
MERCANTILE AGENTS IN EVERY
tewB containing any business houses, throughout Ken
cky, Tennessee and Sontbern Indiana. Men acquainted
with the merchants of their county preferred, as the canvass
willibe among tbe business community almost exclnsively.
This Is a good opportunity to clear a handsome sum by a few
For farther particulars addrern with stamp.
i. r. wALiitu a !.u.,
For " Th History of the War between the
States tracing its Origin, Causes and Ee
Hon. A. H. Stephens.
And for "Tbe life, Letters and Speeches of Hon. Alrandr
H. Stephens," ky HekBI t'Llvr.i.B. Send for circnlars and
see our term. Address NATIONAL PLBLISHING COM.
PAST, Fraaklia So tiding Atlanta, &. may3 1m
GRAND GIFT ENTERPRISE
90 VALUABLE PEEXIUHS,
Te be given te the purchasers of e:lbrr of tbe fellow ing
"AFHLO'DVHE HOME OF CLAY; 1UE.T.KE,
U.S. GRANT, GEORGE WASHINGTON, MARTHA
WASHINGTON, AND JOHN C. BRECKINRIDGE.
The fell-wing geatlemea have kindly ronnt'd to take
charge of and centre! the drawing, with tbe distinct nnder.
atasding that rve r net to have nothing wheterer to do with
Jt via F.-Gov. J. F. BcbineoB, Oorgftcwn, Ky. ; C.encral
JeDB B. Huston, Lexington, Ky. ; Hon. F. K. Hunt, Lexing
Ug rOB, Ky. ; Hon. J. B. Beck, Letinfton. Ky. ; E. V. SAjrr,
of l A. baver A C.. Bankers, Jan. A. Grintovl,ofGriniea4
JBrdiey, bankers; Judj-'e 8. S. Coodloe. Thoioas -Mil. h.-l,
Eo, Cashier of First National Bank, Lealnt'ton, Xy. ; M. O.
Johnson, Ke., President Northern Bank of Kentucky.
Tea pr cent, premium will be allowed te be y person getting
up B club of ten er more auberribers. to be paid either ia Xa
ravinga ltn the mosey is received, or in momy wutn the
drawing it eosnpieted.
AU money aa received will be deposited ii Uiik and held
until the drawing rakes p!a- e. H the enturpriee should aot
be completed, the Koney will t refunded to I he purohav rs of
lagraviaga. Tbe draiBg wiU Uke place
On tlie Fonrai f July iicxf,
Or sooner if the ticket are disposed of, ia which event timtly
Betice will be gif en.
Write tons for prupectus glvmg full particnlare. Agents
will be appointed ia ail pert of the country.
ENGRAVINGS $ EACH.
Aad a certiScat given ts earh purchaser fan i'cjiavu-g,
U the Pho ni Hotel Creed Gift Enterprise
FEEE OF CUAKttli.
BEST 0DAU1T I
Lowest Prices I
DRY GOODS, &c.
UNION MERCANTILE COFrlPAHY
HAVING OPENED THIER
On Main Street,
One door East of tho Court House,
Would call the attention of THE PEOPLE
to their large and well selected
STOCK OF GOODS
From the Eastern Cities !
. Their Stock consists in part of
MUSLINS, Bleached and Unbleached,
SHAWLS AND BALMORALS,
Of the Latest Styles and Great Variety,
BONNETS AJMD MATS,
READY MADE CLOTHING,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
FAMILY GROCERIES, &c.
Our Goods were bought at tho
Lowest Cash Prices!
They are all
OF LATEST STYLES,
AND BEST QUALITY,
Thov will be- sold at the LOWEST
In short, wo shall keep constantly on
hand a full assortment of Goods in every
Grood as the Best,
CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST,
Country Produce of all ktuda taken in
exchange for Goods.
Remember tho placo, one door East of
the Court Houe, Mam btreet.
' -" " H. FOSTER, Superintendent'
A Y 9 t h,
lOR SALE. 100 HUNDRED ACRES
A. od the Tennessee Kiver, at the Month of Piney River.
Neariy ail is flint tlam river bottom land, levei and very pro
ductive. Offered at f 3,000 one-half what it hat been sold
for. It is new land, pert of it still in timner.
aPt5tf MCXaOS A gETMCCR.
FOR SALE. 1,500 ACRES IN. AN
DFBSOS county, 4 milee from Clinch Kiver. "A splra
dij plsntation. Yery rich eoii. Sv) Acres now undercultiva
tlon. Seven bouses with ont.hniMinn t rnh skl
House, rwtor'i Office and a Blacksmith's ih&? oa the lnd
roei vnice oa tne term. ill be sold for f iS.eyO, and 1 very
desirable property would make half-a-dozen good farms,
eptilf MCNSOS A tiEYMOUR.
VOR SALE. A MAGNIFICENT FARM
-- of 1,000 Acres, oa the Holston Elver, Ave miles) fr:m the
railroad. 60 Acres of River bottom, and J0O Acres ef the very
best apland now under cultivation. Three cottfortable hou
ses, with sll ont-buildingrt. Tory fine timber, which caa be
rafted to ILnoxvtlle at a vei y small expease. -
This property will be divided to rait purchasers, and affurda
a rare opportunity Tot invostment. Ttiee $.1) per Acre.
pt5tT iiUXSON A SSYM0UR.
FOR SALE. 195 ACRES, Foca Maw
from Anrxville. Boiling land, with a rich soil. A
gilrit xni. young Vineyard. 65 Acres undsr r-d
nee. Price SJ.'ioo.
MUXHOS A SEYMOUR.
c . corns.
a. t. WILSOK.
COFFIN, WILSON & MARTIN,
PRODUCE AND COM MlSSIOii
AGENTS FOR ROCKFORD YARNS
Coftlii i31oek, Gay St.,
office money erders, or in sums of one
reet;t-ars by eipree to
JSBT A BUBlSO,
JUatit I f draft, poet-orace i
.-mAA lim mad over in C
, r. Rio
rhceaia Hotel, Leiington, Ky
LIST OP PBIiUt?
K9. 1, Phani Hotel and lot, 10 fret front on llaia hy
23& (set deepoa Malborrj -H
Aad i ibr VAiuahle premiams, ringing from15,
ewa te M each.
A PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY, A GOOD
INSTKrafXXT, aad a complete stock of material fox
Mue cheap. Apply to S. T. AYRE"
aayJat Athens, Tenn.
WANTED. FARMS TO SENT.
E HAVE SE VERAL A P P L I C A
TlOSi fer farms for the next year, from mea aceae
tese4 to every variety af tanning frait, grata, stock and daU
r ferats. Land wrf wishing gosd tenants shoaid call
WE ARE NOW RECEIVING AND
oBerinz to the Trade of Kast Tennessee, a general as
' C-iisutiiig lu'part of '
30 lings ll'xo Cotfoe,
13 Boxes Java Coffee,
00 Barrels of Sucrar,
30 Barreld Syrup and Molasw s,
23 Kegs Best English Soda,
50 Boxes Cheese,
30 Barrels trackers.
00 Boxes Candj',
30 Boxes Candles.
00 Boxes Soap, , , , t
30 Boxes Raisins ' ' ' .
00 Boxes Cigars.
30 Boxes Tobacco, aborted.
PRUNES,FKt8 arid DATES,
Maniiht. iIemp;rMdjDoUon. All sizes.
Kvirs. Af sorted fcizes. .
Bank FUh,. " - i-
White Fish, v . .
Hcrrilig, ' . - ; ;
Oyster, &e. -
CANNED rSUHS, ASSORTED FICSLI3,
PRESERVES, JELLIES &c.
Buckets, Tnbs, Churns, Half-Bushel Meas
ures, Broom, Market Baskets, Dimi
johiip, and a great many other
articles in tmr line.
, . s -
All of which was bought of Inotten aad Afanafattunn
COFFIN, WILSON & MABTIN.
i t-t J' ;
POR SALE. 2,000 ACRES OF FINE
T5wlnLn.d'in8coU "linty. 12 miles from nnnte-
"r. nuer cultivation. Acrvs of Creek bottom
Uadwhkh produces remarkably well. A grave ef 100 Sugar
Maple treea, near the house. W,U timbered and well watred.
A magnificirtit stock farm. On the route of the propoeed ast
IennwtseeaLd Kentucky railroad. r
ePtf MliSSOX A SEYMOtTR.
Produce and Commission Merchants
First door Karth of Poet 03ic, Gey St.
W. A Spwb.8ii.ili,
C. W. FrrcM
W, I. WILSON CO.,
Horth-east Corner of Gay aad Church Streets,
COR SALE. IMPROVED LANDS IN
A la all carta of F.tt r . n i. . ; : .
. - v..v. "".I w.miJJ'U IW .HI.
r Mill A
all kinds of purchase re.
Address er cull ea
POR SALE. 85,000 ACRES OF UNIM-
A PEOTKD LANDS in different parts of Cast Tennessee,
containing immonu mineral wealth. Well adapted to stock
graiting, with some splendid sites fris, and water power.
Also, some cf the lauds are wall suited to settle colonise ot
Emigrants. Fart.enlar respecting merry h4 of t ad in
Trnnwwee, -i7? b prompt ly and gratuiotutf girm, bw tddretaiag er
ealLng on. Ml'KSOM A SETMOCR,
K1 Kstate Brokers,
Pt5lf KBOXVllle, Teas.
COIVAN, M'CLUrJG & GO,
aj B B
Have in store and arriving
situated In Orainzer eonntv. In the 8ih Ti.ll T)l.fri.-i
near Blain's Crost Roads. Most szcsilent fitrmiog lands,
and a very desirable situation. Between seven and eight hun
dred acres, will be sold in tracts to suit purobaners. Said
lands will be scld on the 10th of Jene, en the premises, undr
the provisloas of a Trust Deed, made and executed to me by
John A. McKinnr?y to secure certain creditors therein aamed,
for cash in hand, ta the highest bidder, unless etherwiee or
dered on the day of sale by the parties la interest, and if se it
win oe made known on the day of sale, t he sale to com
mence between the hours of 10 and 11 orloek on that dav,
and continue from iay to day unti . all K sold. A full discrip.
tion of the land will be given on the day of sale.
may"4w j p. CCKL, Trnstee.
The World Astonished
AT IHS WOXBERrTL KtVtLATIOKS
MADE BY THE GREAT ASTROLOiSIST,
Madame II. A.. PERRIGO.
SHE REVEALS SECRETS NO MOR
TAL ever knew. She restores to happiness those who,
from doleful event, Catastrophes, crosses in love, loss of rela
tionsand friend, loss of money, Ac, have become despond
eut. bhe brings together thoso long separated, gives informa
tion concerning sbsent friends or lovers, restores lost or sto
len property, tells you the business you are best qualiUed to
pursue and in what you will be most successful, causes speedy
marriages and tells you the very day you will marry, gives
you the name, likeness and characteristics of the person.
She reads your very thoughts, anl by her almost supernatu
ral powers uuveils the dark and hidden mysteries of the fu
ture. From the stars we see in ihe firmament the maleflr
stars that overcome or predominate in the configuration
from the aspects and positions of the pUnets and the fixed
stars in the heaven at the time of birth, slie deduces the fu
ture destiny of man. Fail not to consult the greatust Astrol
ogist on earth. It costs you but a trifle and you may never
again have so favorable u opportunity. Con.ultation fee.
with likeneus and all desired information, $1. Tartiee living
at a distance can consult the Madame by mail with equal
safety and satisfaction to themselves, as if in person. A full
and explicit chart, written ont'wlthall inquiries answered and
likem ss enclosed, seu by mail on receipt of price above
mentioned. The strictest secresy will be maintained, and all
correspondence returned or doetroyrd. References of the
highest order furnished those desiring them. Write plainly
the day of the month and year in which you were bo rn, en
closing a .mail lock of hair.
Address, Mauaik H. A. BERRIGO,
niayl-ly P. O. Drawer SM, Buffalo. N. Y.
BEG LEAVE TO INFORM THE PEO
PLC of KnoTi'U .nri r.. T .v..
they heve Je.trecniTed a !arfand well asutrt.l stock of 9ta
p.eand i fnuy Uroceriee, Liquors, Tobacco, Cigars, As., whkh
wiii be sold at rreatlv r.1 i. i n-t..u t. . . ... r i.u
Ohio M best m,j i iur Cou.tantly on band. Conatrv Her
ehants will find it ta their interest to call sc 1 .xauiee our
etock aad prices b fore p,ircfcaing eleewhere.
rrim? V?- pla'', coru"f of tiay nai Church Streets,
(Cd!e B.ockJ Kuoxviilo, T.nn.
r. wiisok a co.
cOLraics powtu., , r 9Sttw
Lau of Knoxvilie. Tenn. tate cfSashvlil., Te'ea.
C. POWELL, CnECV & CO.,
GENERAL " '
No. 88 Broad Street,
REFERRING YOU TO THE ABOVE
card, we US ltv. to Inform you. thet in have eeieb-
w extend to our patrons the orrimry facliuee reomraJ TTnd
resnectfully solicit a .hare ef your bn.iue. vV3o m,t r"
pose to conftne oursclve, to an, speciality, and will Tl2a
and Prodnca GeneralTw
Id, Stocks. B in, 1 n,l n. o :., . . T
Augusta Chronicle and Lrht'lL.
, AS'D COMSlIdblOX IIKRCIIAST,
MlB Str,. between rifth and Sixth,
w. n. Fit A CISCO CO.,
KNOXVILLE, TEXX '
TVTicftt, Flour. Orn,0atH. Bacon. I.arJ i .i..
. . ' .eB&w. una
ol4 oalummiumm. ...
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W.B.rAI.V. J. M. t.US. . W. PA..,Tt.
FAIXS & IMIIICOTT,
FOVARDING AND COftlMISSION
No. 7 Cherokeo Block, Peachtree Stect,
mar2T 6ia ATLANTA, tJA.
P. II. iUISIIA3I tV CO-
Crocerles, Produce and Notions,
CMALL ORDERS CAN BE PROMI'T-
SvSytti'jjr " loff"t rr,.?r-:,rf-'
STOVES AND fnTWARE.'
THIS DELICI0C3 TOXIC,
Especially designed fox tbe bub of the
KEMCAX PROFESSION and the FAMILY,
Is bow indorsed by all the prominent Physicians. Oieaiist.
and CoaatKss.ro, swimi 2i ... mtMnimm.
nsllties (tonic and diuret.-i;,) which belong to an
A.N OLD ATSO PURE (illST.
We trust that our established reputation founded upon
eljthty.eight years of experience abundantly vinduatee out
eiaiws to public confldeiice, and guarantees th rxceUetice el
this Standard Articlu.
Put np in caws, contuiniug one dox bottlj ach.a Isold bv
all prominent PrugKi.ts, Urocers, 4e.
A. M. BIMJTQEB 1 CO.
Eatablihed 1773, Bole Importers,
So. 15 Beaver Street, New York.
For sale j E.J. !?uford A Co., Knoxvilie, Tenn.
Opinion of the Press.
The Biningnrs, No. IS Beaver Street, have 4 very tilth refu
tation to sustain, as tbe oldest and best house ia New York
The bouse of A. M. Biningnr A Co. No. 1j Bearer Street.
has sustained for a period of eighty years, a reputation that
my well be envied. A". 1". Eteniug Fvtt.
Their stock will be found
full and well assorted
in all departments.
Small Wares and Notions,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Hats and Straw Goods,
HAED "W AEB,
W. VV. WOODRUFF & CO.,
GARDEN SEEDS, &c.
BlUe and Blasting Powder and Fuse.
pAN FURNISH ANYTHING AND
everything connected with the Ifsrdwere Bnne.
marTtf knexviiio, Tenn.
STOVES I STOVES! I
Sigu of the " Big Coffce-Pot."
" OAT STES2T,
PEOPLE'S BANK OF KfiOXVILLE.
C. M. McGHEE, lrtidmtt
JOS. JL MITCH EJX, Cuhitr.
JC'?. H. SlITCdTLl.,
JNO. S. BHANKEK,
TU 8. U. CAI-L41AV.
Sreeic. Bank Notes, Stock, &c.
WR PURCHASE AND 5.ELL
T T I' lilted g'.tttes tok,
Vnlted Slates Coupons,
1 ennenewr' t.ou?'le,
Coentr aad City Cpoa,
Eeet TenBeesee and Virginia Rsilfad Cuup.'Bs,
fast Ten nensws and fieorjjia Kllr'd Conpone,
awetfj ep-tie. JOrJ. It. MlTChkLL, Ch.rr.
rpiIE CIIINGAROIiA TOBACt'0 .tow,
X f rota the ri h t".il of the " 0BIZ5CT," aad! b p.v,w e
a peculiarly itcti -l'xis flsvnr eattrety aukaewa bo t t-ifcae-es
ef ail other cliuxe. Bat its cepreeede&ted palantj
Baa .pnin( from tbe (act of the entire a&eeaes of that itadl
poimo, Ai(in, which perinestee every ol.:r toba?, ana
wblcb U the one eud Sole r.ae ef tli distreeetojf Berveej.
diseesee, dypeps;a. tc, wMca saoet Invariably, eouoer or la
Ur, follow the ludu!g-ace of tlie pipe and ciKar. At the re
eent aaaiyxationof tuUacco fron all parts the worM, at
ttie Academy cf Sciences, to Fari. tUe renuwaed Clrau.t, M
Lanooreao t, declared that while Aarepeau aad Aaaertee
tobacco contained inlly eight per ceas, and the ptree Ha
vana tobacco front two to Sr. pel ceat. of Alee, th.
CBiyOAKuCA did not eulaia cae diseoverabh pankiee
hat deadly poison, a drop of which, extracted, deetrov
Uor AiMt at BOM HA V has shipped ss Urge tjnantitiea at
the CB1SUOKUUA darin; the past two years, ant: althoagli
we base been pressed to socpty lti demand for this dellclcoe
lumry to tli ern smoker, yet we are ow ii pared ta
offer it la nalimlted qaaaiitie, si a price wii'h lower thaa
sores American t.t)wi of a ( inferior quality.
A eoBBOweur hae bat to ui k the Aau-rUn tolacco and
sears, which are in'ariebiy chemically ftivored. to be die
ruated with tbe medicinal Lute which leaves a naitQs, aa.
healthy coating in the month, and la time seldom full ta
shatter tbe nervons system.
The satives of the "OKIEST" smoke the CHISiiABOBA
frou mora r'.il nint, front youth ft a, aad are happily on
conectoa of the w dd, di.tree.iejr ore which eoarsee throne a
the veins of the Inbsler of the lit .'bee of tobeero roataiamg
W e iBvlta every torer of tlie weed to try the CIIISOABO.
RA, aad jcaiaotes eaprecednted p!eaur in It. delicloat
sold iTEarwazas at u pse pocxp.
EfMVIN JI. COOK i CO.,
SdeAntntnandhnporlfn of the CJIIN'GORORA
IVK.WIAJ, Jor the I'mtnt Siate$ and Caiwdas,
and Dealers in all kinds of-
EaTana aad Americas Segars aad Tobaccoi,
107 Duano Street, New York.
aprii 3 m
TL JIAVU ALWAYS ON HAND A
Urge and well selected stock of
COOKING & HEATING STOVES,
HI sliee and varleti-e to sirft all ca.tomers. Also, ail kinds
riN, SHEET-IRON, COPPER, BRASS AND
At Wholesale and Retail.
ROOFING AMD GUTTERING.
Always emplov'nK til be.t Wnrkfn.n we e.n n .. r
lag and tiurterleg ro tbe.atifcttun of all
Will rciTe prompt attention, and all wi (mratd
PUMPS, PLOWS, H'JM.OW WAHK, IROX. NAIL
CUTLERY, AXE, SIIOVKL, h'I'ADES ''
F0RK.S, AM) ALL KINDX OF
CHARLE3 W. Da PTJE.
O.iy Street, Koosville, T-na,
5 0 0 ST OT E S !
fc- V- . C fr-.e-- A." - if
' laaataWjj. .,, . - u Pnr
WILLIAM COFFfilAH & CO.
Knox-villo tnd Jonosborough, Tennessee,
Uanafaetarers aad Wk'.leeale Ilen ia
Tin, Copper, Brass k Shf et hxn
Aad Hiu Vnruisbiiiif (ov! gatellji,
Iseul) for the Stilp of
S. H. RANSOM & CO'S
. . ompr .s.i.; a Urg. ta,'. jty of
Cooking, Parlor and Heating
S T O V h: ,
ici7aili to tat waJTS or nt saorii ot rr.i.t.
Tte imui.lco of tht Store is I j Wril .tal;lt.htl in th.
eov.atrt to aKl coasseat.
W. shall at a!l tlnM keep on head a supply of the t...
al aa aseortaent ef eitra flatee for repairs.
WJI. COI F.71AN V t.,
KnotviUe aaj Joaneboro', T.en
'LAMPS ! LfliilPS! LAMPS!
AN A3SOKTMENT OF KEROSENE
.t!L.,'AMPS ASD yITVRE Sen hand. ?, a
tba Drag Store of mpM . Ij. MlTi-iiEU. CO.
T KEROSENE OIL.
TIT ST 11 EC EI V 12 D A SU1TLY OF
tf KIE0!?I'E OIL, at the tr j ii.rnf
fiSifXa 8. l. MITCHELL A CO.
1J.H CKS OF FLQUll JUST
XX7 CR1VEP, Eitraand r.mily Erunds.
wtavZjif L. O. BC-S3.
PAPER A3.D HAGS.
AZEN & SON HAVE THEIR TAPEP,
, MILL now la tv.u.l'l. !. r,t,..r..l ... r...
W ..pli Pap-r furnished it, aiy .t.ioini.s iv-imrVi. Mil
JBIn e-l the hi3het prke for cUn a-it. B aa l lir. n Kajb