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SIMPLE, TOUCHING, BEAUTIFUL LINES.
The New England Diadem, gives its readers tie
following beautiful stanzas, which were suggested
by hearing read an extract of a letter from CapL
Chase, giving an account of tho sickness and death
of his brother-in-law, Mr. Brown Owen, who died
on bis pasxage to California. We hare but seldom
met any thing so painfully interesting in every line"
and it will be read with "teary eyes by many who
bare lost brotbcis, fathers, husbands orions on their
way to or after having, reached, the land of Gold
and of Graves.
Lay up nearer, brother, nearer,
For iny limits are growing cold.
And thy presence seemeth dearer,
When thy arms around me fold;
I am dying, brother, dyinsr,
Soon je ll miss me in your berth,
For my form will soon he lying,
"Neath tha ocean's briny surf.
Hearken to me, brother hearken,
I have something I would say,
Ere the veil my vi.-ion darken.
And I go from hence away;
lam going, surely going,
But my hope in (iod is strong,
I am willing, brother, knowing
That he doeth nothing wrong.
Tell my father when you greet him,
. That in death I prayed for hiui.
Prayed that I tany one day meet him,
In a world that's free from sin;
Tell my mother, ((iod assist her
Now that she is growing old.)
That her child would glad have kissed ber,
When his lips grew pale and cold.
Listen, brother, catch each whisper,
"JIs my wife I'd speak of now,
Tell, ob tell her, bow I missed her,
Wher. the fever burned my brow;
Tell her, brother, closely listen,
Don't forget a single word,
That in death my eyes did glisten,
With the tears her memory stirred.
Tell her t-be must kiss my children,
Like the ki.-s I last impressed.
Ilold them as when last I held them,
Folded closely to my breast;
Give thciu curly to their Maker,
Putting all her trust in God,
And He never will forsake her.
For He's said o in His Word.
0 iny children! Heaven bless them!
They were all my life to me,
Would I could onec more caress them,
Ere I sink beneath the sod;
'Twas for t leiu I crossed the ocean,
What iny hopes were 111 not tell.
But I have gained an orphan's portion,
Yet He doeth all things well.
Tell my sisters I remember.
Every kindly parting word.
Anil my heart has been kc t tender.
By tho thoughts their mem'r stirred;
Tell them I ue'er reached the haven
Where I aonght tho -precious dust,
But I have gained a port called Heaven,
. Where the gold w ill never rust.
" Urge them to secure an entrance.
For they'll find their brother there;
Faith in Jesus, and repentance
Will secure for each a chare
nark! I hear my Saviour speaking,
'TiB, I know his voice so well,
When I am gone, oh d u't be weeping,
' Brother, here's my last farewell.
G R A ITI N G CO M t'OsI i'l O N.
"The following composition for grafting pur
poses is from Cole's American Fruit Iluok:
One part of good beef tallow, 2 parts of bees
w ax, 4 parts of white transparent resin, melt nil
together, turn into cold water, and . work und
pull it thoroughly, as bhoe maker's wax. This
composition is not so soft as to melt iu warm
weather, nor so hard as to crack in cold weather; i
but gives as the tree grows. It is of great im- j
portance to have it of a tetnjHTature, and well j
applied, else it will peel off in cold weather.
"While warm it shotilJ be pressed closely :o all
the woundec parts of stock nnd scion. When
used in cool weather it should be kept in warm
water; aud when it is very warm keen the com
position in cool water. In working and apply
ing it, the hands thould be slightly ore-used,
to prevent its sticking.
If you want a composition cloth splice graft
ting, melt a portion of the composition in a.
dish; then dip therein strips of thin worn cloth,
which press and draw between two stick to re
, move superfluous matter. These strips may be
cut or torn to suit the convenience of the user.
- For splice grafting, and even for budding, there
can be nothing better, as the cloth, if somewhat
eld, w ill yuJd to the growth of the limb,whi!e if
it be properly put on, it will exclude the air and
moisture as effectually as the composition itself,
while it does more by holding or binding the
parts togetiier. '
To Cure Cracks in Iltrscs'1 Uoofs. Our
friend, Maiitix Bell, Esq., of Blair count-,
r sends us the following remedy of hoof crack:
"When the crack opens and makes the horse
lame, take a piece or light hoop iron, about six
or seven incites long, and punch six or eight
boles in it, so that three or four may come on
each side of the crack, aud fit it to the hoof as
near the hair as the solid of the hoof will per
mit. Have the opposite hoof held up by an as
sistant, and fasten the plate to its place in a
workmanlike manner with good -screws about
three-sixteenths of an inch in length. The
holes for the screws should be made in the hoof
with a small sprigging awl. If properly dene
the borse can be either ridden or worked with
out limping. But to make the cure perfect, a
Rore must be made at the top of the hoof where
the hair commences, which may be done with
an inch chisel guarded so as not to cut too deep.
A little puke root or something else should be
inserted iu the wound to make a sore, and it is
done. I have se2it the plate remain on two or
three months, ami know from experience that
it is much preferable to any other mode I have
ever tried, where the horse has to be used."
Trade of Animals. Bees are geometricians;
the cells are so constructed, as, with the least
quantity of material to have the largest sized
spaces and least possible loss of interstice.
The mole is a meteorologist. The bird
called the nine-killer is an arithmetician; as also
th crow, the wild turkey,and some other birdf.
The torpedo, . the rayj and the electric ' eel,
are electricians. The nautilus is a navigator;
he raises and lowers his sails, casts
anchor, and performs other nautica
hole tribes of birds are musicians. The lea
ver is an architect, builder and wood-cutter; he '
cuts clown trees and erects houses and dams.
The marmot is a civil engineer, he not only
builds houses, but constructs aqtoduets and
drains to keep them. The white ants maintain
a regular army of s ddiers. Wasps are patter
maauUcturers. tAttcrpillarii ara silk-sj-uuners.
Discrepant Opixioxs. At a late discis
sion on the value of roots fur feeding cows, be
fore one of the Agricultural meetings at Bos
ton, several interesting statements were nia?c.
J. W. Pkoct.'R said the tiriKluct of the rrut
crop was 19 to 20 tons t the acre and the
value in market was half that of hay making
a good acre of carrots ejual to 10 tons of hay.
Col. Lincoln and others had found carrots to
increase the quantity of milk; and another gen-
j tlemn.ii had found them to pn dure as much
butter from his cows in October as in summer,
He had fed for two weeks on carrots: then for
, . , ,, ....
t-voweeics on rutabagas he could see no chf-
ference in the results. His cow did not eat
.i i ir i r 1 1 i v i
more than half as much folder when supplied
witn roots, un ine outer nana, uusski., oi
Pittsfield, had tried ttimeps three or four years,
and he thought cattle pat more hay when they
had roots than without them. lie had tried car
rots and held niHch the same opinion with re
gard to them. Porter, of Bradford, thought
carrots good f-Kxl for cows, hut did not think
they increased the measure of milk. S.
Spkagi k thought that tunreps do not fatten cat
tle. Another person fed turncps to two cows;
One fattened, the other Jid not,
Now, what is reason of these discrepant o
pinions? Simply for the want of precision ar.d
accuracy. This is the srreat cause of all the di
versisy of opinion among farmer on agricultu
ral subjects. The quantity of roots given is
t . i-V ,1 . 1 1 S T - n
guessed at the qnantit v of hay constin ed is
estimated as Ioosely-the measure of milk yield- '"; 'r a cargo ana n.mnshtng town,
J In addition to the above, the situation is elevated,
ed is stated merely to be increased and one ; and as healthful as fresh mountain nir. aud pure
or two experiments perliarw, conducted in this- wcr. pisT.ing out in hold springs, can make h
. . ' . .1 leing in full view, from an eminence in its midst
ut'Sattslaclory manner, are made to constitute ,f the Alleganey Mountains in one direction, and
the ground-work of an opinion, which is ever i tl,e Cumberland in another. These advantages, to
r, -I i ii , . vvi ! trether with that of easy access.' will make it a most
afterwards beid with .much tenacity. lien , .reeai.ie Iciral.le flnc-o f rert for Southern
bhall we see an accurate system of weighing ( people during the Summer mouths, and will also in-
and measuring, in the performance of experi
meats, in connexion with a close observation
of all controlling causes; and a rejietition of
trial so often and so diversified as to remove all '
doubt as to the operation of accidental inllu
ences? Country Oentlptnan.
East Tennessee & Georgia Rail RoacK
ri"t ) CORKKCT nil Misapprehension, ami to give
I confidence to the friends and patrons of this road
ii is proper that it be publicly stated that full and
ample arrangement are made forcarryivg from this
point all gix.ds shipped t our care designed to go
either up or down the river. 1 egular trips .f steam
ers will be made to Knoxville.nud occasional ones to
points on the Clinch. Little Tennessee and French
Broad rivers ns business may require.
No charge made for storage, drayage or forward
ing, and the rates of transportation made to com
pete wi;h any route. C.WALLACE, '
guidon. FeV. I. 1334. l'resid'-nt.
P. S. The card of .T-unes Williams. President of
the "Tennessee Iliver M. M fc Transportation Com
pany." dated at Chattanooga. Jan. 20ih, has just
been banded me, in which the price of freight over
the E:rst Tennesseeand Georgia Railroad is contras
ted with the route via ' 'battanooga.
"Competition is the life of trade." and none hare
aright to take exceptions when fairly and honorably
entered into and conducted.
In answer to (.'apt. Williams' card. I have only to
say that goods aud prod ive sent to the care of the
Fast Tennessee k Georgia Bnilroad, shall be carried
jimt as cheap, and perhaps a little quicker than by
any other route.
The freight cards t!;at may be issued from time
to time from t'hattnn oga. will govern the rates on
ths East Tciiiietseo A Georgia Itailroad. nnd the
steamboats that run in ber connection, and as we do
not expect patronage unless e work as cheap as
others, r-ue need fear being overcharged, or having
their goods or produce delayed. C. WA I. A CI'..
Knoxvi.le. Teh, fij :l. f-h1t:tf.
j(IIU7Iili.L t t o.,
nAVK just received their Kail and Winter stock
of Goods which they offer low for cash or pro
.liucu Their motto is quick sales aud small profits.
Give us a call and we insure a trade.
.ioiinson, m;i,i, .v '.,
VKK Agents for. and have on hand a supply of
!r. t'hrislies Galvanic Belts, Necklaces Brace
let and .Magnetic Fluid; also Dr. I. C. Mort heads
x:iv nor si-:.
Mon;.tXTux, Tenn. jj.
rn;il? Undersigned has opened Ihe ah re house for
JL the aceoii.modatioi; of Tnive'cs and Bonders
No pain will be spared to accommodate nil who
are disposed to give us a fiial. The table shall al
ways be well supplied with the best the country af
fords. P,,l,T:.ingTc Meal $ 23
I.o Iging for man and horse 1 MO
Boarders, per w ek : 2 00
House situated at the East enbf Main street.
1. L. STOUT. Proprietor.
Mortrnnfon.JiiTi. W '5t. 2 0 Cm
London. Tennessee. '
GEO. II'. MAVO, I'na.ri.lor.
j.rnniS is a first .lass HOTEL, and is conveniently
J situated for Passengers either by Bailrond or
Steamboat; is also OSieo- for sale of TICKTS on
P.ailroad to Dalton. .Varaunnh and Charleston, nnd
on Stage to Knoxville. Every effort used t render
Guests comfortable. jan 31. 'si 2 1 0 If
Preserves, Tickles &c. i
ICase Ginger Preserves: 1- do 4:al: mixed Tick- ;
les: 1 do i dodo;, 1 do Tomnito catsup; 1 do Pep- '
jier Sauce; 1 do Sardines, for sale by I
. W. P. Til U ITT & CO .
I tort h mat S)!th--t! !
A Fine stock calf nnd water-proof Boots: nd calf j
nnd waxed Brognns superior article.- one t 25
lM.r.s:tlt- in London By W. TKUITT k CO.
W. f . L0YE,
Dealer in Dry Goods, Grm'tr cs, Etc., Etc.,
LOl'DON", 1 EN'S.
TTAS on hand a lfrge nnd beautiful assortment, $
M m w ? fiivii 110 mi in me KiiciiiK'ii n iuv fijtf i
Bellows, Anvils, Vices and Hnmmnrs for sale in
Loudon by (oct 26) W. P. TKUITT A co. '
I AUD CANS. 50 neatly turned I.nrd ''ans
j Iron hooped, with turned lids, for family use.
Also 20 iron hooped kegs 5 and 10 gallons, suitable
for molasses Ac. (dec2 3 Joiivsox. Smith A Co.
f)XL W. L. YHITE, liavin- re.
J tunifil from tins Knst, ny off.-rs
for sale, a new and fresh supply of drugs.
Medicines, and dye stuffs; and nil articles
usually kept in drug stores: which will be
sob! as low they enn be purchased in East Ten
nessee. - '
Country Merchants, and Physicians are requested
tci favor bin with a call. before purchasing elsewhere.
He will attend to all calls that may be made on
him for his professional services from the city and
viciuity a heretofore. r.o 10-tf
House, Lott and Livery Stable for Sale
I HAVE: the House. Lott and Livery Stalde in flu
town of .oudon, Tenn., on which there is run
ning wafc?r, fronting Atlanta street. No. 178: and
contains from f to one acre, which L will sell low.
Apply to the Editor of the Free Press, or to
JAMES W. NELSON.
oclStf-n5' Knoxville, Tenn.
KEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!!
. .JOHNSON, BELL A CO.
Alih revolving aud opening a large aud well se
lected stock of Goods. cimsisrinrnf
VLWrLE AND FANCY DRY" GOODS,
juoi.i, ,cimh uni"rtuars, farasois: and in fact
most articles usually kept by merchants in this sec
tion of country, all f which will be sold on the
most reasonable terms for cash or produce. Call and
examine our stock before purchasing elsewhere.
Loudou, I oy. 4tii S5.1. n5i
TI ..... . el TT I II . - v-!'. ,
Dll. J. 'V.
AVINU loc-ated ir. LOUDON, two doors south
of Leutv's Hotel, respectfully offers his Pro-
f.oii . .n.1 uaniiinna f f-i .til! fUlia nf iittFn ami tlia
Uo generally. June 10. b?0
On the Tennessee Hirer, 'AO tn ik bchno Am ax--)
vil'e and lo ahoce Chatianooita, ililan1 Ihe '
terminus of the East Tennessee Si .
Georgia 1 1 ail lload, and the imu'iU at which.
most likely the Charleston Rabun Gap tfc ;
Tennessee River Tl.iil lload trill u.iiu .,..-. ; .
and cross the Hirer fa Amoj-i A. . I ',.... '
Lexinyion and Cincinnati, oJ'irs extraordi
nary inducements to Capitalists, Merchants
Manufacturers, and Mechanics.
- ' " i.trjH,-;
ROM ITS POSITION IT WILL COMMAND
a great mensure the trad of 1',.,,... v..t
i lennessee. and nortion of Virn'mii k'.,t.,i
j North Carolina: and as the centre of a fertile and
prosperous section of country, ir. the re,-v hen of
j the United Mates, and almost on an iir-lie be-
j (wcen the great cities of tho North and East, and
i iexr Orleans, it will retain a heavy Trade. -and he
I on 'he National throuzhfare after the Bail Itod
; (now buin,in,)is emnleled to an I through V VI Z
1 . , I ... . . .. .
and. as is most likely, will be united by iien bands
with Charleston on the South, and with LexinWnn
and Cincinnati on the North, and as now with An-
gusta and Savannah, s- at no distant dar with Mo-
bile. Acw Orleans, Memphis and Nashville A
.very extensive and rich region of country ahote,
drained by the Clinch, the Holston. the French
Broad, the Little Tennessee, anil the Tcllieo I'.ivers,
all of which are navigable for Steam-Bunts, must
always make this point its market: and it must a '-so
command a. large portion of the Flat-Boat Trade,
which will bring to it vast ijiuntities of Lumber.
Iron. Coal, Salt. Plaster, Marble, Slate, Grain, and
Provisions. All of these combine to make it a favor
able location for manufacturing purposes, nnd for
tho purchase, sale, and forwarding of the r'n h pro
ducts for which this countrr is noted. These great
natural avenues of Trade. Travel, and Busiuess
the just anticipation that they will contre here the
fast and varied products of the soil, and the energy ;
and industry of the people of the surrounding coun- ;
try, will ntWd the most extensive resources for the i
purposes of successful commerce, and justly entitle
LOL'DON to be looked to now as one of the most
I sore me messing :I M-noMs iiinl C Ii lire lies, wlucli.
j with a w ise forecast, r.re already being provided for.
j It remains but to enumerate sonic of the trades
and kinds of business that might be most successful
ly prosecuted here such as Manufacturing generally
Of Cotton, Woolen nnd Negro Cloths: of all sorts of
Agricultural Implements: Boat lluilding: Hoot and
Sboe Making; Manufacturers of Nails, Screws.
Perthes. Spikes, Itolts. Ax-s, Cutlery and Copper
Ware (jrain Fans. Threshing Machines" and Corn
Shelters; Steam. Grist, Flouring nnd Saw .Mills
Iron Founders: Steam Ku-iue and F.oilcr Maker:,
both for the Kiver and Kail Uoad; Stove-m:kers
firaiu and Flour Merchants dealers in Hides,
Kimijir uii'i wii. jiaueis, lanners ana lailor j
Plasterers and Painters: Bii k and Stone .Masons I
Bridge and House Builders; Millwrights; clcaler in !
Leather an. I il. Hatters, Tanners and Tail
Lime aud other building material; Machinists; Plum
bers: Tanners; Manufacturers of nil kindsof Paints;
Planing Mills; Marble Workers and Stone Cutter.-:
Sa Idlers: Window Sash and Blind Makers; dealers
in Staple and Dry Goods. Suit and Iron, and many
other things too numerous to nicM:ut& Furthen in
formation obtained, or hits Fold ftfl application to
J. II. JOHNSTON, A:,cr.
N. B. Great indncemeu? will be held out for the
establishment hereof a. Boiling Mill and Foundry,
a Cotton or Woolen Factory, a Tannery with tha
j boot, shoe and saddlery business connected with it,
j also for a steam Flouring Mill. Suitable lots-for the
iron, v oii.m or vt ooicn .WunuMctorv will lie tiven.
while, ior nil other manufa-'iuring pnrpi
be sold on extremelv favorable terms
res tliev w if
J. H. J.
Loi iiov, Hmtiie riMitif. Tenn.. Jitn. 22.
ti. I!'. AEI'LETOX,
Manufacturer f l'uriii'ure.
. ivm-i ?
4-? Tx f.,rm ilU r. ;..n.u it,..
; vCfV 1 " icii3 iT K;.ox. Bonne, and
Bloun? counties, that lie is prepared to make to order
any article of F'.-i:i'nre that may be ch'.Ih.I for. uon
as favorable terms as can be had any where in East
I Sf" Sh"D near Campbell's Slntion, Knox county,
j" April H, IS.V!. 21
I WORLD'S F AIH .
TI 11 E pre.-ent age i truly a great era. in the World's
, JL History. Odoric engines. Magnetic Te'e.giaphs, i
; Ac. And the Arts and Sciences so improved in point I
of correctness and simplicity, that it only requires
j one fourth of the time nnd expense, now, to gain a j
competent knowledge of many of ihe Arts, that was j
: required 2 years ago. F r example. Twenty years
ago it required from 10 to 20 days to learn the art of
j O'ai iiiciU Cutting; now by the aid of .,
J. S. BONHAM'S
' fwjimrrd Gitrtitrnt Ci-ttrr, any Laity of common ca
pacity can gain a practical knon ledge of this truly
inierestion ami necessary branch of domestic econo-
- my, in from 1 to 2 days. By this Best Rule of Gar
ment Cutting, the Ladies are up with the Tailor.and
in many case they render more satisfaction than the
Tailor their Coats, l'ifiits and Vests, fit neat easy
and fashionable 'I his work is now selling in 1 t of I
j the Southern nnd Wester Slates. A part, of tho Wes- j
j tern and nil the Eastern States are yet for sale, and j
j I atn -giving a most extraordinary chance to make '
i money in the sale of the C'T"l l.'i'fit of States, .t e, t
j fur further information . is to the salo of the Copy
! Bight. Orders for Patterns, ic, address me Post t
Paid at Louisville, fenn.
JAMES S. BON II AM.
I'rl.!iher if- I'rutiriitnr.
E. "WAYilAN Cc CO., .
C A 1 i 1 11 A ( r I : MAKl'iUS,
JIOKGA.MO;, J ii.N.N: x, V
TTTn t it i i '.-'
i u l i.ii m. i ii 'm'ivi .1 l i. ocsei i
ti'.ns of 'ItttKlire Carria.;
the best manner and latest ?iyle. rod Wormian! for
12 months, if properly used. Tl.-v nre determined
to work the hext material nnd workwin. and sell as
hnn as the same kind of work can be hud elsewhere!
They return their thanks to th'-ir liberal patrons. nnd
solicit a eontinniince of th;ir favors, and invite all la
call and examine their work before purchasing else
where. Harness!, of all descriptions will also be furnish
cd to Order.
Iiepairlitg', promptly done :i ;l,r-bet mnnncr.npd
on terms to suit the times. H Ay I.".'.r;o. 1-M5 lyl
Tiro frnnrlq snrl Jrofpries.
x?cr 3-, TIl.TJJ.TT, cfc OO
. - , .
j. 1 door north of the Po: I fSicc. a good si'pplv oj
, i'ANCY, DKESS AND .STAI'LE GOODS;
to which we invite the attajon of the public, call
and examine for yourselves, before purchasing else
where. Also on hand a goo i supply of Groceries,
bv wholesale and retail, consisting of Loaf. Crushed,
Powered and Brown Sugars. Coffee. Brandies.Vines,
Cordials. Lemon Nyrup, Whiskey. Rum, Gin, Sugar
House J.'olasses, Bice, Candles end Soaps.
Also Sugar, sada. and Butter crackers, Baisons.
candies. .English Walnuts. Br.T'il nuts,' Almonds'
cheese, aud a variety of other n nicies too tedious to
mention. Loudon. Aprii 2'J
SI0KE COAL "7.
I. KIMIilWVGH, C' .?
THE Undersigned company nre engaged in mining
nnd rai.-ing Stone Con!, making coke, (from the
minesbitely leased by J. Kimbrough toMaj. Vaughn.)
They design keeping a quantity of coal ml coke
on the bank of the Tenressce river ten miles below
Kingston which w illb for sale nil letters address
ed to J. Kimbrough A Co., at Belleville Roane coun
ty Tennessee will be promptly attonded to
J. K'MHItOUfiH. ' W. J. OWINT.st. .
- W. KIMUt'.OUGH. ' J. II. ACCFr.
T)ECEIVr.D at CIJ AMPE'S another simply of
JLV those superior A"0 VA S'CXSILK' I'XDElt
Stlh'TS. . Knoxville. Feb. 1 9y-l
SL'iAK. A lot of fine New Orleans Sugar just
received direct, and forsnle by the Hhd. at 6i
6i, by aj.2 OBME.'AYILSON A CO
IKOX-A good lot of Wagon Tire, Plow(moulds,
and Bar Iron, for sale bv
ap9 . - "MA CLIN A HENRY.
ILOUK A large lot No 1
; and retail, by . Mc
Flour at wbolesalo
McLIN A HENRY.
B EA h'DEX, SOX d CO.
AGENTS for the sale of Dupaut't Patrder, Wil
minifton. Delaware. - Feb.2fl-.-1 5 '53-.
BUS. clover seed for salo at $3 per busehl by
'U ORME, WILSON 4 CO.
a.i.Silt Uii.CuiXU.ii jj-Ulcil VaSCS.
riVieC Cases are Air-ti.jAt and IndestruetaUc,
Fr protecting and preserving the Dead for or
dinary Interment. Vaults, or Transportation, they
answer a very desirable purpose.
The undersigned bus, and expects to keep on hand
an assortment of the above cases,, whu-h he offers to
the public on reasonable terms. J. W. CLARK.
Loudon, uiay 20, 'S3. 20tf
J. L. ifr J. Jr. WILLIS,
Fashionable Boat Makers,
- LOUDON, TENN.
II AYE just received one of the best supplies of
ti Materials ever brought into East Tennessee,
8:1,1 V1"!'"''" d to make HOOTS iu the
be.t and most fashionable style, on short noti.-e: and
' respectfully solicit a liberal putruuag. Our work is
warranted uot to be surpassed in East Tennessee, or
e'-ewiiere. i.i),hi,i.hj oi an kinu. uone wim neac-
uess aud dispatch.
R. 8. WILKES. " JNO. I.Kl.LYETT- ,
' IVILh'L'S ( LELLYKTT, ''
.Wholesale Grocers, Commission and Tor
ASK t KALES IN
I'oreliru and Domestic I. iijuors.
At the old Klttitti nf Eli Mitrrif if" Co., JiiirkcLitrett,
, mtutli nf Church Htrrrt,
,1t.?f Beeswax, Feather-, Wool, Bags. Ginseng, Dried
Fruit, .fc. taken in exchange for Groceries at the
market value. 1
F. G. UOOKHS, late of KnoxcdL', Salesman.
wTa. HEAD d- CO.,
CARIXr.T-MAKF.i5S .t UXDKRTAKKItS,
rilllE sulscrii'crs would resiectfully call your at
X tention to their stock of CADI X ET-WA U E now
on baud, and to which they are constantly making
additions, at their Ware-llooms, So.ittli-west corner
of Cumberland and Water Streets, which embraces
nearly all the leading articles of modern styled Fur
niture now in general use, such as Sofas, Sideboards,
Bureaus. Bendsteads of every descriptions Pedestals,
Wardrobes, Cet.tie, S"ft,J-'an(, t'.rtrnitn, l)!ui;i nnd
llrcnkjit TiiIiUh. Docking, Parlor and Beeded
Chairs.Book ("uses, Pier G lapses. Cradies.Cribs.etc.ete.
Their Furniture is ail made by good workmen, and
of the best material, and in style ami quality will
compare favorabc with that manufactured in tho
Northern cities, and elsewhere.
You are respectfully invited to call and examine
their stock of Furniture, feeling assured they can ac
commodate Von with any article in their line of bu
siiicss. and on the most reasonable, terms. f ja7-8t
P. I). GATES,.
lmr::t'rc." A ('4Hniiii.-tioii W. reliant, and
GEN E II A L COM M E II C I A L A G E X T ,
Ii Hroauv.ay, New aork.
"T"l XECL'T LS orders in a pnenpt and business-liko
! manner for I) BY GOODS, BEADY MADI
L'LOTHINt;. Hats. Caps, Bonnet-;. B....ts, Shoes, Gro
j eeries, t'.-ockery, Hardware, and Merchandise gener-
crally; Ma'-hinery. Agneultural Implements. Musical
Instrunienrs. Fiu-niture. Carpets, Carriages and Har
ness, nnd in short, any thing that can be manufac
tured, or that money will buy in this city oi vicinity.
Consignments solicited !niI s-iles ma le of Cnltm,
Ti'hnn n. J'tull ' I'"
'leifj. Iiecmrtis and other
Produce. Piucba-cs a;
il rales made of O'orei Huit.it
and Statu Sun-I.i, La.vu WAnit iXTs, ic.
the Cash, or for goods on time
from Merchants i.. ood credit, will meet with my
i prompt pcrsi !;m anciitiun.
Dec. 11. ISj'. P. D.JGATES.
N. B. I will also furnish any of the following
named machines, made by Wheeler. Melick & Co
Aii any. N. l., at their lowest cash prices, free
I commission, to-irit: Wheeler's Patent B:iihvay Cl.aii
i Horse Powers, f'Trnc or two hordes. Overhot Thresh-
I pr' "'' Separaturs for Double or Mngle Power: C oi
I biued Threebcrs and Winnorcr f. r Doit'de Pow
j Clover Hollers. Circular Saw-Mills with 21 iu.-h Saw.
i and C'i rn-Stalk Cutters. P. D. G.
At.BAXY. May l'Jth, lSj.!.
We hereby certify that M . P. D. Gates is our wile
Ajra for the sale of our A'jritnltnml Jliuhiuet in
East Tennessee. ' Signed
WIIEELEIt, MELICK A CO.
rjTIIIE nbove is a copy of a certificate which I have
1 received l'r";u Messrs. Wheeler. Melick A CO.
1 Iiinus.'i ir.Cir leora'ci nmxe rota r, I nrrhrri
and S'l jiuratrr. Clurrr I lullr and tlier mitt hint
at their eri"h price fi re of etmiiMii.
For Double or Two Horse Power. Thresher and Se p
arator, including belts, wrenches and oil-eaus,
complete '. $16M no
Double Power alone, including beit 120 00
Do without belt 115 HO
Double Thresher and Separator, alone -10 ()0
Single, or Or.c Horse Power, Thresher and
Separator, including belts, oil-cans, and
Single Tower, alone, including belt,
Do without belt
Single Thresher nnd Separator, nbuie
Cbivcr Hnllers ;
Straw and Stalk Cuit'-rs. for Horse Power,
Circular Saw Mill, with 21 inch Sew
One Hor-e Power, without band wheel
:is 00 I
8.T on j
ir. 00 i
i on ;
Band for Power
Double Power, with combined Thresher. A
Winnower, including belts, wrenches. Ac, 2!' 00
C mhiucd Thresher and Winnower, alone, 1-ii 00
Orders solicited. Addicrs
P. D. GATE'.
12 Proadirar. Xnr I'm ,- Citi.
New tor!?. May IDth. 15!. fl-.tO-lyl
"VT ILL rive the highest maiket price for Corn
1 t aud Oatsielivered here.
Loudon. July. ;:' W. P. TRUITTA Co.
1 llGt EIUES of
ail ties ci iplii rs. tor sale at"
.10 HNf-ON. BELL A
JT Nov. 4
fi Single and Double Corn
nnd for sale by
Johnson-. Smitft A Co.
COO Bu-liels ot' Fine Wheat wanted nnd for
. which the highest price will he paid by
On v ft. u n.sox A co.
VLL kinds of Eutowah Ir.m f-.r s:i!e at
McLIN A HENRY'S,
j.nck Block. n r0-;f
'iO Tilh JiAlMl-!s AN D tl J'LKMKA' OF
LOUDON .t VICINITY.
IIIE subscriber has mi. h.ind and re eiving a f.ne
stock of Sjirini f- Siii.nucr tiwd. lie re.-pect-fuiy
solicits n call from them, the Ladies particular
ly. Also a fine lot 'if .V.ro'.y .Voo'e I'h.thiwj.
Also-i-a Sue lot of Groceries. Cr clcery, ardware.
Castings, Ac., A e. Also, a lot of good stoves from
the Knoxt'illo Foundry, by
Feb. 1 ti. w. T. LOWE.
: A. K. cTiaIi'pI:,
- - -l.V DEALEIl IX
READY-MADE COLTHIXG. -
Two doors east of the Court House, nnd nearly op
posite the Mansion House.
feb-Ovl fi'iavitr, Trnvffr,
trkHlfrruTt T,,e '"I'lersigned have asso
i5r"rr' Jl-'fllLi-ciated th-?melves Jogether for
a term of renrs, in the Mercantile. Produce, and
Commission business. They nre now receiving and
opening a well selected stock of f pring and Sum
mer goods at their ueir Slre-rin. opposite the old
stand of W. C. McLin. Thankful for custom hereto
fore extended to the House we respectfully solicit a
continuance. W. C. McLIN,
Loudon, March.'o?.. Utf S. II. HENRY.
P. S. Those Indebted to the undersigned, by
note or account will please come forward and fettle,
as he wishes to close his concent.
,'W. C. McLIN.
RAM SKY'S HISTORY-OF TKNKK&LK j
VOLUMES received nr.df T sale by
July 2'J. JOHNSTON. SMITH A . cO
CIARPENTER'S TOOLS! A l-i od assortment at
j may 13 JOHNSON, BELL A CO.
I e anas
yropjust received an
0. W. A co.
for sale by
Crae, T7iLcn ci Company,
A REnow reeeivingtheir Fall A WiiiterGoods,New
Styles of Ladi.'s Dress Goods aud Geutlemou'g
Ware; also, a fine st ck of Staple Goods.
Loudon, April 2,1 853.
JOSEPH ANDEES0N & SON,
HAVING made arrangements for extending theii
business by connecting with their former tra le
iu the Ilackberry on tho Tennessee river, a new
branch at the mouth of Hickory creek, near Clinch
river in Knox county, abunt 12 miles north of Lon
don, are now receiving and offering for sale at both
stands large and well selected supplies of
I Fall mid Wiiter ijitniU tifjflher tciih (iroreritt
', of every description. Their assortment of Dry Goods
j 8 complete including?
i Prints, Ca.-,imeres, .Ginghams, Delunes, Lawns
; Muslins Embroidered. Jaekonets, Shawls, Fringes
; for Dress, Buttons. Combs, Handkerchiefs. Neck Ties:
j And in short an extensive assortment of every arti-
clo of Winter Ware both for Ladies and Gents in
Bonnets latest Style, Hats for Men anil Boys a va
riety. Boots nnd Shoes for Ladies and Gents nil Mies,
an asortment of Beady Made Clothing, Drugs and
Medicines, mi excellent ft sjrfment of Hardware e.
with a variety too tedious to mention. "
We tender our thanks for former patronage and
invite the public generally to call nnd examine" for
themselves believing that we can suit both in article
and price. J. ANDERSON & SON
. Oct. 4-tf
JOHNSTON, SMITH Si CO.
4 HE now openieg a fresh stock of Fall and Win
J'X. ter-Goods recently pnrchai-eil in Baltimore,
Philadelphia and Now York, and respee. fully ask
their customers to cull aud examine their assort
ment. , -
We have a variety of .adies Dress Goods con
sisting of Fancy Brocade, nnd Black Silk. De .a ties,
j Cashmeres and Plaids. Shawls. Heavy Silk Fringes
aud aees. aud a variety of Dress Fringes.
' Above Stairs Gentlemen can be shown an unusual
ly large Slock of Heady Mmle Clothing consisting
ot Pauts. ests. Dress, Nick and Over Coats, Meri
t Shirts and Drawers; also a large supply of Calf
ami Kip 1HH) I'S, aa extra article of irurerwrioJ,
Double Soles and Uppers,
Iu Kip Shoes, we can show an article equal if not
superior, to any thing of .'he kind er offered in this
We havo a fresh supply of
! iijh; .t.vit jrf-A'.vv
Coffee, Sugar, Syrup, Mobiles, Teas, Canutes, Soap,
! ie.. Ac.
VVc paid the Ca. h down for our Stock. Have
: bought at the lowest ligures and promise not to be
out-done in low tirices.
i AUX M"CA. ME. GKO.-t. JOXK3
-McCALLIE & JONES,
General Ccmmission Kerehants for the
Sale of Produce,
BF.FF.UENcr.s: Johnson t Smith, Lf,mh,n; C.Wal
lace, 'i cnitlent tif Emit Temttmce Jk Georgia llail
nui l: Hook fc French, Clnatnmytt. dec2-3-1y
1 li S C
i n s"c" h
AS just received and offers for sale a large and
XX f'Rtf assortment of Winter Dry Goods, consist
ing of a choice assortment of
7oosteI Goods, Haatillas, Siawh,
and h!I articles that ladies may reottirc. i ftlso have
and will receive a verv line stock of
UK A 1JY-MA DE CL O TIIIXO.
No pains have been spared in selecting these
got ls. Their suocrioritv iu stvle nnd tinisii gives
the assurance that every gentleman who i::ay favor
i me with a call will be pleased with the selection. I
j also have a large assortment of Boots and slices, of
evcrv kind, which I offer ut Ihe !;
K.i.l T.I i -in;
attention oi luiycrs is also cinTt-il to tlie great hur
gains in Calicos, Hats, Caps Trunks. Carpet Bags,
.nuking Glasses, and to iny f'ne assortment of
Jpwolrr tC? ,VotoIio3.
r hich I w:r. rant in every respect. It is my inten
tion to d i business in .oudon ns long us my patron
age will justify me. ciui I assure t'.ie public tioit a
share of custom will he thankfully received, fse'lt'tf
: CI0TIIING. ...
OW open'nsrthe largest nifl finest assortment of
Heady rl.ule Cl.ilhing ever offered hore by,
OU.VE. WILSON Si CO.
1)ii)I)l CI" Of all kinds, bought bv
April 2. -:Z. OK ME. WILSON
Q) DOZEN No. 1 French Calf Skius,
just received bv
April J.'bX 2 " J. L. A J. W.
At ON. A
roll dried, for retail, by
TON. SMITH A CO.
Flour. ju,-t received And f.r sr.ie
.Mir.W-t'iON. SMITH A CO.
TTfc"are now supplied with, ui tl"V3T
l iiilct-.il tn keen cotistunllv on
liana an assortmeiu 01 I'e.mngs w
. f. . 1 , -
sli'ies. .ionxox. ;lrII n: co.
Vii, CIIA3ili', tasjti.-t r.'f -ived 'fsteam r
. Loiiib.n.a go d nssnrttnent of EXT It A I'lillEL
I t. Y SHIRT fOt.i.MlS. of the latest stvle.
" 1 llas Hio CuHbc j'.
;st re-eived and for sale
OU low for ca.-h or pro
h or produce. .XitS- Brick Block.
MfMS 11 i:uv.
Q lillDS Moln.-ses, 2 eI:i!s Manilla Bot-e: fre.-h
Meal. 120 sack of Alison and Standlicld's I'bmr
Buck-wheat, Otiians. .-cet Potatoes a lot of
Georgia Ca.-tiiigs also a lot of Tcnncs.- ee castings,
on hand and for'snle by W. T. LOWE.
(jS. Winter Strained. Sperm, Machinery.
f Lard and Linseed, Oils, just received ami for
sale by April 2. ":". 0i:mk, Wn.sos A Co.
"T7" A Vs'S'D Ii't'Ottis clean, drv Geii-scng, s?ne-
cn. Bbick snake, col umbo hr. snsnpiirc!!a roots
for which a fair price will be raid in good bv
Mt-LIX & IlKNiiV.
BOCEB1ES A full supply always oa band anil
fur sale for cash or nro.'oce. bv
April 2. 'i3. OB ME, WILSCX A Co.
AdS RAC.rS. 100.000
Xt Call at the
for yoiir l'ny and
-t Oiihc, if
want bar g ins
W. T. TXWE.
"K von want the ery best i,tT.e. ca'l at
Nov. 4. .TOHVsnV. BELL A CO.
MIiilELLAS A ND VAV. ASM LS-S..mc!i:i,ig
extra n.t TNov. 41 JOHXSOV. BELL A Co.
I'lOTS AND SHOES Of toe tfea'.-sf, ntvle
t ! or. 4
.Tornsn. Bki.t. A Co.
K th Ladies wai.t rVt
li,-tH tiitudn i-hrap. CJ'll :
Jorfxso. I'.ki.t. A Co.
TTATS. Soiueililng S'li.crb.r for
o ni -
IT Nor. 4 JOHNSON. BEAL A Co-
ITTATED-H or IO Jt erneymen Cabinet
A f Makers, and 4 or 5 Apprentices wanted i in -intdis.tfly.
Liberal wages will he given.
f'-fST' For particulars address tite ct Cninnbcll Sta
tion . Tenn. arg 1 0.-J 0 r'--A p PLETON.
n A Til W ARE foTsale at Loudon, by
. - W T. LOWE.
4 LL olDr. D. Jayne's fc'nooly Medicines, for sale
JLat Nov. 4i Joiixsos. Eeix A Co.
infWn 'Tc'ico' Irr.n This is good Iron
nnd variously assorted, consisting of
Tire. Flow-molds, Band Iron. Ac., on hand and for
nle bv Joksstom. SjtiTn
-1 j j -,.ry -f VAN TK f )7
MrTJn & Henry wish to purchase all theirheat
they enn get," for which they will githeve
highest market price. London. Dec. 2.
VCON A lot
fir ccsh by
of well cured Bacon nt retail
McLIN A HENRY
various sfvies anil prines; a
4 Wash-stands received ami for sale by
V JOIIXSTON, SMITH & CO
Snap and, Sfarrh.
1 ABoxes No 1 so'np: 2 do enstile soap; 5 do No 1
1 V7 starch; 5 do Gilbert's Pearl do. (oct 2fi)
For salt; in Loudon y W.P.TRUITT& CO.
JOHNSON, Ul'AA, it CO.,
ATTEND punctually to all bnsiness entrusted to
their care. Loudon. Nov. 4. 185.!.
UGAR Brown, rushed nnd Loaf, for sale
Nov. 4 JOIINSON. BELL A CO.
lUobUcE of all kiiuN. bought by
Nov. 4 JOHNSON." BELL A CO.
' ll T. LOWE,
Attends Punctually to all Easiness entrus
tedt o M3 c a re.LOUDoy, Ten n .
IhlDL.Sof Spanish R'lc received and f..r sal-
JOHNSTON SMITH A Co.
AG! na-s:" oOOOOfos clean Cotton rags
McLIN A HENIiY.
BOi'TS A SHOES Something new, just opening
at April 2, .53.j Or, Wjxmx. A Co.
UN TON HOUSE:
First Class Hotel,
THE undersigned in taking charge of the r
above House, hereby informs the public 5T
that ail possible exertion will be used to please jj.fJ.
both resident aud tratsL-nt boarders, in naiiDernot
surpassed in this or any other town in HfcC Tennessee.
They have room, sufficient t aci-omntodate a lare
number of persons; and will kecpa TABLE always
furnished with the best used in this country. This
House is situated cear the Steamboat Lauding and
P.ailroad Depot. '
Price. Single meals SO eents, lodging 25 cents;
regular board in. ir SS rer month. One trial will en
sure a second visit.
April 22, 1853. 2.1-ly . ' :
" Mr CUE A cf- TEIih'ASS,
T7Iiclcsale Grccer3 and Coanission
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS,
l'Tne tVLies. Ilrantly, Sejjars, &c,
A'o. 33, Broad St.. earner of Cf'te'e.
March 26. 1912
NEWTON A. PATTERSON.
-x,Tox2.rij"2i"sr jzjz? Tirs7U'
SOLICITOR IN CHANCErjY,
March 5,'53.1 - . R 16 1y
V. T. LOWE.
WHOLES A LE AND R ETA I L MERCHANT
JLOl'DO X. Tl'.VMlSi; 1 :.
WM. D. RANK IX. f I P.V.CU AlfiMtLES
K- W. Pl'I.T.t.CM. r "' I-P-ATU. j a o bwith
HANKI77. PUILIAH & CO..
Im porters and V liolcsalc Dcales in ForeIni
AND DOMESTIC STAPLE & FANCY
, ""Ox7r Goods,
AXD READY-MADE CLOTIIIXG,
Xo. 17 Uwjne Strert. Will l.'anore & t. 1st, to
. LU Meting Sirrf.X
CHARLES T O N. S. C.
May 6,'j:i. 1 24 tf
PRODUCE t CO "MISSIOXMETICJIAXT
Xo. 12 nroadrvay. New York Cits'.
jTTy Southern Produce Sold, and Or lernrompt
y executol for any descriotion of Merchandise kept
or sr.Ie in this City. June 10.1 "O-lvl
A.I 17 1 1 U R LEY,
ATTORNKY AT LAW,
April 2. 1S5.1. 20
M. D. BEAHUEX,
n. v.. nn.vr.nKS. w. u. sxeed
r TJEARDENV SON i CO.,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
Gnu Street, Knoxrill-, 2'enn:ssce.
Feb. 2'.'53. 1 litfj
S. I.'. Met 'A MY.
c o 1 1 v -: o ?; m : it c h a t
BI:ICK UI.OCK OX Tilt: WHAKV.For.WEill.T OCCTPIEI
I!Y J. t.. rtr.WV!!!',
Ar.m,A 7-11' .'':.- Ih". Eli ni
Mnrch 5iii. '5'1.1
i'i t?r,:.i L10. ft 'i' 1 i,'".r
T I I
LOT T GOOD IB'JN. t.
r .-:ile by
i-i K- 'V--. ,-4: l
Axp.wnr.d sinx'ihir'.v su-vcssful remedv for the
cure of all Bili us di-;c".sc Co-tivcnesi, Indi
gestion, Jaundice, Dropsy, lth-:iTiiitism, Fevers,
Gout, Humors, Nervousness. Irritability, Inflamma
tions, Headache, Pains in the Hi-exst," Side, lbick,
and Limbs, Kcmule Coinpl.iints, ini c. Indeed,
very few are the diseases in which a Piirativ? Medi
cine is not riore or b'ss required, and much sick
ness and suffering might be prevented, if a harm
less but eiieetu.'il Cathartic wre more freely used.
No person cm feci well while a costive habit of
body prevails ; besides it soon cr r.'ntcs serious and
ott "ii fatal diseases, which illicit have been avoided
bv the tiwly ;md j-i J:cio-iS use of r. ood purgative.
Tliis is alike true of Colds, I'cvcrisli sv.nptouis, and
Bilious di rarieinenls. Th"V .ill t;n4 to become cr
produce the dccr seated sui f rnidable distemper
wluch load the hcaisos all dv.t the land. Hence a
reliable family physic is of the first ioiportauce to
the public health, nu.l this P.II h is been perfected
wita consuTuin-.ite sUill to meet that demand. Aa
extensive trial of its virtuei by Ph -iiuans, Profes
sors, and Patients, his shown results surpassing
any thin hitherto known cf anv medicine. Cures
havo been ctfe.-tcd beyend belief, wrr? they not sui
stmtiited by person- of such, exalte J position and
character as to forbid the suspicion of untruth.
Anions the eminent gent 'omen to whoia we are
alb-wed to refer for these facts, ;je
Pkof. Valkxtixr Moit, the disl'nruLshcJ Sur
geon of New York Citv.
Dor.T. A. A. Hatch. Practical Chemist of the
Tort of ioton, and 0ejio0'ist for the State of Mas
sachusetts. Iua L. Moiiue, M. D., r.n eniuent Surgeon and
Physician, of the City of Lowell, who lias long usel
them in his extensive j r:c'.:ce.
II. C. Sarrawii K, cue of t'ic first mer
chants in New York City.
C. A. Davis, M. I)., Sup't and Surceon of the
United States Marine Hospital, at Chelsea, Mass.
Did spaee permit, we e m 1.1 !;ivc many hnndrod
buch naui-js. from ull puts where the Pills have
been used, bat cvi'h-ii -e even more eonv"nciiij than
the certificate of the:?- cnincr.t public luen U
khown in their eifects utioii trial.
These Pills, the resnit of Ion-' iiiveMfi.-ration and
srudr, lire o:hred to the public as the t-t acd
most complete- which taa present stato of medjcal
science c m a;for.l. Thev are comao mded m-t of
the dniTs themselves, but of the medicinal virtue?
otily of Yerxctable remedies, extracted bv chemical
process in a state of purity, and combined together
in such a manner as to iiiMire the best results. This
system of composition f-T medicines t is been found
iu the Cherry Pe -terd aud PiiN both, to produce a
more efficient remedy than had hitherto been ob
tained by any process. The reason is perfectly ob
vious. W bib by the old mode of coiu:ositi--a, ev
ery medicine js bu:Lncd with more or ie-ss i:f ;:cri
nioijous and injurious ijualiries, ly this each ir-'.i-vidual
virtue only that is desired ( r the cw.rive
etl'cct is present. All the inert and ol noxious j :J
ities of each substance employed are leit i Lind, the
curative virtues only bt-iii' retained. Hence it is
self-evident the ciiccts should prove as they bare
proved more purely remedial, und the Pills a surer,,
more powerful antidote to disease than any other
medicine known to the world.
As it is frequency expedient th.it my medicine
should be taken under the counsel of an attending
Physician, and as he could not piopcriy jude of ly
rcn.cdy without knowing its composition, 1 havo
supplied the accurate Formula; by which both my
Pectoral and Pills are made to the whole body of
Practitioners in the United States and British Amer
ican Provinces. If however there should be ary
one who has not received them, they will be
promptly forwarded bv mail to his address.
Of all the 1 atent Medl ines that are offered, how
few would be taken if their composition was known !
Their life consists in their mystery. I have nu
The composition of iny preparations is laid open
to all men, and all who arc competent to jude ca
the subject freely acknowledge their convictions
of their intrinsic merit. The Cherry Pectoral was
pronounced by scientific men to be a wonderful
medicine before its eiTccts were known. Many em
inent Physicians have declared the same thing of
my Pills, and even more confidently, and are will
ins? to certify that their anticipations were mora
than realized by their effects upon triaL
They operate by then powerful jntluenee on the
internal viscera to purify the blood and stimulate it
into healthy action remove the obstructions of
the stomach, bowels, liver, and other orsrans of the
body, restoring their irrcKular action to health, and.
by correcting, wherever they exist, such derange
ments as are the first origin of disease.
Beinf? sugar w:apped they arc pleasant to take,,
and being purely vegetable, no harm can arise froia
their use in any quantity.
For minute directions, see the wrapper on th
ril EPA RED BY
JAMES C. AYER,
Practical and Analytical Chemist
... LOWELL, MASS.
Price 25 Cent per Box. rive Boxm for $L
V. R. Hurley, Loudon. nd I. Chesnut, tt Philad1
1 1 1 1 r . 1 - . 1 1 v
puia, anu ny aeaiers la .ueuicinc? ft"""-;'
v:'.- J 1.;