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BRANCH, SCOTT & CO.,
AGISTS T0 THI SALE 0J
Knoxville, Tenn., August 8, 1868.
General Commission Merchants,
ISO. 268 BROAD STREET,
post office hoiks.
rk Eastern Mall Closes .., 1:15, A. M.
The " Arrives 3 P. M.
The " Open for delivery 330, P. M.
n WUn Close. 2 P. At.
The ' - Arrive. 11:30, A.M.
T! " Open for delivery 12 M.
The Clinton Arrive. 12 P.M.
rb " Close. 2 P. M.
TIM PoetOfllce upon at 8, A. M , and close at 6, P. af.
vfflce cpeue oa Svudsy at 3:30, P. M., for one hoar.
JAMLS C. LUTTKELL, P. M.
SSOLD bTOCKS, BONDS and I'SCUHELST bOUTHLKX BANK NOTES bought and told ; MONEY LOANED on satisfactory eollaterals, or city acceptance.
flP INTEREST allowed on DEPOSITS robieet to CHECKS at fclflHT. COLLECTIONS made on ill aoeaaible pointa WITHOUT CHARGE, aad remitted for PROMPTLY in NEW K0RK LXCHAN'iE AT FAE.
tlQHT DRAFTS sold on principal cities of Great Britain and Continental Europe, in um to anil purohas.ni.
JTST'COTTON and TOBACCO sold on commission, and consignments of GENKKAL MERCHANDISE aulictted and proup. .-eturnj nude.
3-LIBEEAL CASH ADVANCES made on ALL Consignments, 1'REE OF COMMISSION for advancing, whether tor sale in Augusta or to be forwarded to their irieudi in Baluuicre. FhiUttelp'uia, New York, Liverpool or
or Havre. !,
".PAKTIES are requested to send lor samples of MANUFACTURED TOBACCO, wkieh la being received direct from the i actories in Virginia and North Carolina- july 30-tw2m
BRANCH, SONS & CO.,
GEORGIA R. R. BANKING HOUSE,
IVO. 197 BROAD STREET,
RAILEOAD TIME TABLES.
tat lemeiitc aU Virginia Railroad.
Leava Knoxville at 11:17 a. a. Arrive at Bristol C:10 r. w.
Leave Bristol at 7:10 a. . Atrimt Knoxville i:2 r. w.
Ijut 'I eBHue aad Uearfrta, Hailroad.
t-at Knoxville, 2:46 r. a. Arrive at Chattanooga 9: JO r. a.
i-eev Itiattauooga, i-.lo a. a. Arrive at Knoxville 11:07 a. a.
Haexville and Kentnck) Railraad.
'.oae Knoxville for Goal Creek at 4 00 r. a.
.rrive at Knoxville at 10:30 a. a.
Knaxviilc and Charleston Kailraad.
Leave Knox ville for Little Kiver and Mary Tille at 11 00 a. a.
Arrive at Knoxville at. 2:30 p. a.
Notice to Delkg at E6. Wo are authorLed aud
reutuUd to announce that the Eat Tonntiesee aud
Virginia Kailroad Company aud the hfs,l Tonneisee
ad Georgia Kailrcad'Coaspau will jjauo delegate
Naaliviile for half price All dolvgatoe will bo re
juireJ to hiva proper certificate of appotntliWLL.
jhes.1 Mmsic, M-AuaZih'itj, Ac., bousd
.tyleatthe Whig Office.
LETTER FROM ANDERSON COUNTY.
i Rebel Methodist Preacher Liar Ex
posed. Cursor, ArSEVior Cock it, Terr., l
July 31t !8S (
h&rJjTs JCnoxmUe Whig
I noti' in the ELcoxvilie Fret . crui Majts-ger oi
yesWrdty an articla which I am informed also tp
peared la the Ptsjc aid Etraid, dated is Anderson
'.oualj- oa tha 20th insiant, and purporting to b
written by ae "ex-federal noldier.'' The burden of
'-h: article is ic ragard to ac alleged di!culty of
G. T. Gray, a preacher of Ihu 1L L. Church South,
at Walnut Grove Church, m Campbell oouaty. Of
thii I know nothing, that county beicg out ot my
circuit, and have nothing to say. But in the came
article the writer tayi that Dr. Fearne bad "ordered
a tool of bin, a co-worker cf the devil," to go to Ma
hanaim church, and " to go early and take the pul
pit, aud not allow Mr. Gray to All hz appoint
unt?" Now, as I am the preacher in chargt of the cir
t.uit in which Mahaoaim church iu situated, I pre
iutue this anouyiuoiu writer alluJes to me. Al
though I do not believe that the article in question
was ever punned by an " cx-I'ederal soldier," and
although it is useless for loyal men to attempt to
keep up with the flood of rebel mendacity so freely
ventilated in the columns of the rebel press, yet I
-leii re to say a lew words iu thin connection. I am
:ol, uor will any on who knews me (aspect rue of
bein "a tool u Jr. 1'earuo cr ol" any one else. I
aut to Mahanaim church recently, but not sent by
Dr. Fearne, nor told to go early or to go at all. I
went because it Ki oiy regular appouttfinerU, as
every one in that, neighborhood knows. I found
Mr. Gray there in possession of the church. Some
t the people who had guttered too severely from
lefi'. Davis' radians to tolerale such conduct from
an ex-chapiuin of the rebel army (as Mr. Gray is)
and a uiiirlstor of a church which had lent its whole
lutiaeuce towards the most bitter and bloody policy
o! tho rebelliou, and whose ministers used to pray
that the gallant Union refugees might never return
U Tennessee, wore diosed to insist that 1 should
'.aim my rights and proceed with the service. But
although 1 behoved Mr. Gray s intrusion unwar
ranted aud iujoleut, yet rather than run any risk
of di order and violence at the house of God, I 'fai
ntly withdrew and loll him in possession.
The writor (whom 1 strongly suspect to be the
evereud gentleman himself) speaks of a "co-worker
t the devil. ' The expression is an uuiorluuate
ne for any defjndor "t tho rebel church, for there
are various poicls of resemblance between his Sa-ta-ix
uiaje. ty s character aud that institution, too
Jtrikiiig to escape notice. The Devil, in the first
place, w. a traitor aud rubel. So -re the leaders
cf that church, i'te Devil strove to rule, and, fail
ing m this, w ished to rum. Ditto the Confederacy,
;irged on by the rebel Church. The Devil u, inso
ent and viadicliva in the hour of triumph Can
hi worst malice and venoia exceed the fiendish aed
cr&el Late tht inspired tho rebel church and its
leaden in the day., when treason was in the ascend
tzi ? The Devil, when conquered in the opes fold,
jses fraud and .deceit, pi-U on the mask cf friend
ship tai love, and approach Lis victim with a
i-s:.e- Could anythicg be more like the conduct of
th leaders of the rebel Church, so vindictive and
bitter while in power, so hypocritically soft and sly
cow thai their hour has passed. But the Devil,
thank God ' has been subjugated, and though he
iiay for a time be permitted to rus at large, be will
never regaiu the petition he once held. And the
old rebel Church, though it may still spit its venom
ad halt show its fangs, can never again regain its
croier power for mischief
Were anything further required to show thcsim-ujj-jty
of character iu the two, let me ask where can
1. found two were di-oonsolate mourners over the
death of their great standby, African slavery, than
the Devil and the rebel Church ? Those who have
been here during the trying scenes of the rebellion,
er who were forced to floe from their homes to avoid
rebel violence, know that my words give no over
I have before me a u Confederate States Alma
uac'' for the year 1863, " the eighty -sixty year of
American Independence aud the second of the Con
federate States," published at the Nashville "South
ern Methodist Publishing Bouse." I find in its
pages much relating to the religious publications
and missionary affairs of the il. E. Church South.
But among the "Memorabilia," or table of remark
able events, I find the following significant para
graph: "Aoo. 15. Lincoln traitort burn bridge and
cut down telegraph wires in East Tennessee. Many
of them since apprehended." "What was done with
those that were apprehended 1 Let Gallows Hill
answer. Let the widows of Haun and Harmon tell.
And does any sane man doubt that the leaden of
this same robel Church would to-morrow if they
had the power drive every loyal Tennesaeean
from his home for fear of a worse fate?
" Wacn tb. devil was nek.
Tho devil a monk would bt :
When the devil got well.
The devil a niouk was be.
The pretenco of such men that tboy ubly desire
friendship aud peace, and are anxious to co-operate
with the loyal church in the cause of roligion, h the
veriest hypocrisy. They aro quiet only because
they dare not be violent. Had they again the
power, we would taste their redouhled venom and
I was a "Lincolnitd" myself, and carved with my
musket two years and five mouths iu the Union
army, and shall carry to my grave the dear canned
by the loos of my right eye from a rotal minis; tail
J t.h'ik-j ! et t - la 3 -art'-"' -'-iT
country, and propose to continue on the side which
I believe to be that favored and sustained by a
just and righteous Creator.
JoliK K. Ht'GH:.
Bmxiwalow'b Book ok the Kesellio:' tor ilo
at the Book stores and at this office.
I'ho uUiilL gold ujite, in Sptsylvltnia county,
Virginia, containing 100 acre, vsb recently sold at
a trust sale for $1,100. A year or two ago North
ern capitalists bought :t for $15,000. The boiler
used in it working broiiht and other ma
chinery $325, aggregatig S2,400
THE INCREASE!) FACILITIES' OE
A this Concern now enables thein to compete successfully
with any Manufacturing Establishment in their line North
or Sooth. The superior quality et their
tfk'Vinri vitrvn v vu uxwuvuv
I?? ALkNOW LEDtvhD LVEJi VI1E1L.
Bridge irouir, Wagou Tire, Av.
lnaddittfU to tbair BOLT ISG MILL,
IN THii STATJl".
FIRE GRATES A FRONTS, j
Orders prosptiy Blied ad repair! sxds in the quickset pus
OF ALL SIZES, OF BEST TENNES
COAL AND COKE,
By the car load or in email quantities.
They make the Iron, the Castings, the
Nails, the Spikes, and mine the Coal, and
can give bottom figures..
WORKS and OFFICE,
On East Tennessee and Georgia Bailroad, Weet of the Depot.
Book and Job PBiNTiNa of every descrip
tiondone at the Wnia office, on nhort, notice
and reasonable terms.
It. C. TAB ATI.
1. T. AMBBUtiE
Steam Sash and Blind
T AEWATEH A. AMBROSE,
Sash, Blinds Doors,
0jeler8 in Lumber, An., tt.
UF A FIKSI-I
tvartli Knolville. s are
prepirJ t cike tj cr!!
SASH. BLINDS AND DOORS.
We will iibo drobs Lumber, work Floor-
, in aud different kinds of Molding in the
I bcit style and at pricefa to sa.it the timeis
Ail ordorb promptly illlt-1 a.!id shipped
to any point" on tho diflfbrent Railrofids
loading out of Knoxville.
For particulars, call on or ttddreat
TASWATES ; AMBB0SE,
Rocktbrd Mauufacturiug Co.,
Huavj b'bectingi, end Bunch and Doo Yarns uf superior
quality always on band. Tarns and Boastings eioharjsd for
good Cctton at market rrtfs. Offies in CcSn's Block.
jalyS-Cm P. H. WILtlAMb, JjnU.
IL.1BH, QI'AIFIJ & CO., Propr'u,
WE HAVE COMPLETED AND PUT
uu Kbo1tBU .nJ
Keutuckv Uailruad. aud can now furui.il Castings of all
kinds at such pricee as will satisfy the people of the Boulh
that it is tor their interest to patrotuie Home Manufactures
rather than go abroad to get such wares.
We can furnish uf the best quality, e)ual, if not superior to
anything found at the North,
troVES, UBxTiSS. HOLLOW - WAUL, TLOVrd, 3TKAW
CUTTEB3, COBN'-SHELLKKS, CANE-MILLS.
UOBski-POWKKd, THKEbHIhG MA
( HISES, SAW-MILL aud SKtbT
We are also Agents for the Turbine Water W beul, and can
furnish the cheapest and best Water W heel, suited to the ca
pacity of auy head or stream.
Mr. J. A. Oi .viri; is a uractical Mechanic aud braughts-
' uiau, aud parties desiring to build Mills will find it to their
I iuterest to consult bim as to the best plan for constructing
j their oeeriag and Macniner.
L.f j Depot for Moves aud Castings at the eljre ol CHAS. W.
1'r KL E, ou Gay street.
I foundry on the Knoxville aud Kentucky Railroad.
! april i'J-tf
FURNITURE! FURNITURE ! !
j LL WISHING TO PURCHASE FUR
: -X NITUKE from brst band', at New York, Boston, or
j Philadelphia prices, can purchase through us at betur prire.
than they cau iu any other way. We have a large number
of photograph, aud price lists cf the leadiug manufacturers
' aud dealers North and Last, and wUl furulsb goods at these
: prices aud 10 per ceuU added to cost and carriage, giving the
purchaser the advantage of having the Goods brought in
! parts, thereby saving freight enough to pay the 10 per cent.,
aad insuring the Furntturo from damage iu transportation,
j Think of this before purchasing.
W are also adding daQy to oar large stock o f Furniture,
j and will, from this date sell at raductd prices. Our stock ij
I cjzpriied in part cf
Parlor and Chamber Sets,
bedsteads, Bureau, Wardrobes, Deck, tables, Waabstan Js,
I au xmus of Chairs, otoois. Lounges, erica, cradles, rvnat-
, in great variety. caM ana see,
EHEPAKD, EKSSHAW A1S!N.
In all its branches. Metalic Oases, CaikeU, and every de
scription of Coffins always on hand. As elegant now Hearse
for attending funerals iu city or country.
oAViIhG AMI PLAIMNG
Iu ell vansties, at Kennedy's Mill. We also furnish Lumber,
I ence Posts, Pickets, Brackets, Flooring, Weatberboarding,
4o., Ac. ap iiC-tf 0., B. a A.
GRAIN ANDFL0UR SACKS I
I he eld established
j "Corn Exchange Bag Manufactory "
; Is prepared furnish UBAI& aA0K3 ol any sU or quality,
j and at st rt nctiie. Also, COTTON and PAPEK pLOTJB
' SACKd nsatly printed to order. Information promptly fur-
Dished upon applies ticn to A. J. BICKS,
Oi, W. B. AnrEJf A CO.,
juue l;-oai Jo Flail SracrT, New York City.
HU. L- McCLTJNG,
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT,
Office over Exchange and Deposit Bank,
ISSUES POLICIES AT THE LOWEST
Kates in the following Companies :
ETNA of Hartford,...- $4,368,294 74
GEORGIA HOME,..: 476,280 87
ENTERPRISE of Cincinnati, 1,235,873 78
HOME of New Haven,. .. 1,619,070 34
Aggregate Capital Represented; f 7,759,518 73
Be rocommenda these Coaipanie. to the community as old,
Tallin and BKaroHSiiaB not the mushrooms of a day, of ques
tionable nutans and doubtful prompt.. ang t-tw3m
'T'lIIS FAVORITE SUMMER RESOKT,
A situated la Blount county. East ToDiwsK.-e, will
usd for the receptioa of visitor, on the
FIRST OF JUXE.
Tho marked beueficial nsault attending the u ot these
waters in functional derangements of the Liver, Bowels, Kid
Beys and Skin, and the cure of Chronic Disease, attest toe
AU the accwarie. for enjoyment aud recreation at the best
Waterinj places will be found here.
The facilities for reaching Montvals this season will be in
creased by the extension of the Knoxville and CuarlaMon
Railroad, now in rapid course of const action, aad regular
train, expected to o running by the time of opening, to Ma
rrrlllo, whence '- assengers aro convoyed in coaches to the
Springs, nine piles distant.
Pal Uy, Z 00; per week, J'-- 00; ptr month, 843 00. Sd
tres for Paiorhlet cuntaiuiUK auaivsi. and description A t!is
I water, Ac. JOV L, Kl.Hb,
j apnl B'tt Knoxville, 'lvunessse
Boardms Aucaruiaodationb will r Oveued
June 1st, 1868
rrHL HOUSES HAVE BLLN 1HOK-
J- UEGHLY repaired, paisteJ, paperei, Ac. together with
a :.w adltun oi Porch acd Ki'.h. 'iaf tUrj jf the ! h.,
Ssst Springs is the world, the
Chalybeate, White aud Black Sulphur.
Ibe cool aud healthful ataiosphsre. uleasant sarroundiaca.
the variety, accessihlenses and medical qualities of thsse i
Springs are too well known to require any special references i
in regard to them. They are sitcated in Graiuger couuiy , it? '
miles from McMillan's station, ou the Last Isunessee aud '
Virginia Railroad, two and a half hours' ride from Knox, i
villa. Id miles by rail aud 10 by back. SiaMes acd board for
horses will be provided, besides other accommodations. j
Hacks will run daily from McMillan's station.
TttKS pe: day for Board $2 , per week 810 ; per iuctb J3 , j
Children un-lar 12 years and servants half price. t
For further particclsri addra
' WEsiwiSD thi CoriDt cr nnns taxis m wxr."
6BEAT OENTBAL EMIQEANT K0TJTE
MISSOURI. ARKANSAS, TEXAS
PMIGKANTS COMING FROM VIEGI -
1-J NIA, North Carolina, Kentucky end TennssMe, will
save time and money by taking the short ronte by way of
Bussellville, Hopkin.ville, Auroraand Blandville, Kentucky,
and crosrtng tbe Mississippi river on th.
FeiTV Et the tfOUth Of the OlUO,
Opposite Cairo, Illinois, thai avoisixo thi M'tsTssrrr: Bor
tom bwAxre, which srs so often impassable on the Memphis,
Point Pleasant, tolnmbus, and other rontes. un this line
there are bat few Toll gates, and onlt out cbossins cr tie i
The ro.de lsading te this Ferry are always kept in good
order, and during the high water oa tbe Mississippi river,
the f erry runs from the blaffj ia Kentucky to the iliesoari
THLRk IS HO DELAY IN ANT STAGE or thi. W1TII.
The rates of ferriage are lower than any other Ferry sooth
of St. Louis. Good docks at tbe Ferry landings enable teams
to drive directly on and off the boat without delay and with
out unhitching. The boat can carry lrora twenty-bve to I
thirty loaded wagons st each trip. I
LuiigrauU from L'pper Kentucky and Virgiuia siiouid 30 I
by way of Bowling Green, Bussellville, Elkton, Hopkios
ville, CadijCanton, Aurora and Blandville, Kentu.ky. 1
Emigrants coming through Gallatin, Tennessee, should go
by way of liopkinsville, Cadiz., Canton. Aurora aud Bland- I
ville, Kentucky. j
Take care to keep on the eastern ide of the Mississippi '
river until yon reach a point three miles below the mouth of
the Obio, where the high bluffs extend to tbe river bank.
From this poiut the steam Ferry-beat Missionary will carry
yon to tbe Missouri shore, landing yon near Charleston, Mo.,
and completely avoiding the almost impassable swamp which
you would have to pass if you should cross at Columbus, Ky.,
or auy otthe ferrios below. By taking this route you secure
high, level roads, all tbe way, and avoid the billy country of
Uouthern Illinois, which is met with in going by way of Col
couda, and Ford's or Green's Ferry.
The Cairo City Coinpauy s
New Steam Ferry Boat Missionary,
Loat-S the Kentucky shore at V-, and o'clt k,
A.M., and i, SJ and ii o'clock, I. W.
satis or 1 k&KUi.B .
Funr-horse wa.;ou, with load and driver. ... . . 31 00
Two-horss wagou, with load aud driver Jo
One-borse wagon, or man aud horse oO
BF-LO0K AT Till MAP AND DO NOT BK DECEIVED.
This is the B 11 GET EST, CHXAPL3T and EASIEST KOL'Tt,
with GOOD GRAIK'i and GOOD WATEB all tbu way.
K. S. PAYNE.
H. D. M NTJLTY,
Of ew York.
. PAYNE A, CO..
H huUnaU Dealer in
HATS, CAPS, FURS,
Trunks, VrkliBos, Railroad Bagt, Travel
' MILLINEKY GOODO, Ao, Ac, Ac
ftw Tfc!s B-ildi-BT, KNOXVILLE, IIKK
W. V. WOODRUFF & GO,
GARDEN SEEDS, &c.
Bllte and Blastlns Powder and Fase.
A large stock of CEMENT in store and
for sale cheap.
CAN FURNISH ANYTHING AND
everything connected with tb. Hardware Business.
mar27tf Knoxville Tenn.
Eook Binding of ovry description dono
at the Wnia Office.
NY'S THROUGH LINE TO OALI-
( POBKIA, CHINA AND JAPAN.
I Trin. ln'.i.r at A1..vip-ii. f,.rt. ,.t..l rm-i,i.
I 1, -- - -
ine 4jmiea OUilS
Tnrough to (Jaufunuti in twenly-lvxj days.
SrxAasian on iae Cosnsctixoos thi Pacitiq
HENRY CUAUNCKY, CONSTITUTION.
NEW YORK GOLDEN CITY.
OCEAN QL'LEN, (-CKAMKNTO.
NORTHERN LIUiT,. QOLDDEN A8L.
COSTA KICA, MONTANA.
ONE OF THE ABOVE LARGe'aND
ev'-.ndi J atuauubipe will Vuave Pior Slow ts, borth BHet,
loot of Canal street, at 12 o'clock noon, on the 1st Jib, lEih
aud 'Mil of tvory month, (jscept when those dates fall ct?
tiODday, and then un the yrecediug baturday.) for ALPIN-
, HALL, connecting via Panama Bailway, with cue of the
I Coupauy's utuamships trout Hacaira for f-Ah r.HAriUIdCO
j touchiuj at ACAPCLCO;
: Departures of the 1st aud -1th c.jniiect at Pauama utti
' ateomers for SOUTH PACIf 10 aud CLMUAL AMltHICAI
! POUTd. Ihcteor 1st touch at MANZANILLO.
Uepartures of the Jth each month cuuiets With tbo uew
t'.am hui ft js Fauains to AL itKAJ-IA au j NEW ZkALAfTD.
Ltouior of August B. lajo. rouuects rl-jauly 'th tteaoer
'.hiioL. Itiiiu 53U -rauc!sco. it-icuib I. l-r Japan ani
C'jj li uulru: Pcuncs Baxjj Uo i ua.!i aciult. Bagag?
susrors sccoziay bagja. through, audatund to ladiatand
. ch:!dreu without male jirotcctor. isgg xcerved on the
' deck th. Ay bcioro sailing, frm sloauiisoats. railroad, anf
t ni".uTi vf'ut prsior I . k.ai liouu rl .
An ciprijiicl i'jrgoon wa buar-J yeil!jt:s ec J attendance
"lot pu... ItckeU jr iiirtbei information apply at the
! 1 tivaBw a.001 Ck'1'
I j"-J-3ai - BABY. Ag.ct.
EAST TENN. LAND AGENCY.
: JIUNSON & SEYMOUH,
tEeal Estate Brokers.
I ITEND TO THE PURCHASE. SALE
-i a. And xcheDtf of Kvul Etau.
, We am now otfenaif ntrlY ta Hindus tha-jti of Uodiu
' th mwt desirabl (tactions
uf Lust IcaaeMtot), includtnK on
I hundred isprofwl imrms, town ioU in KnozTill aad otbr
' towns, Talaab! water powers iaiproTad aad a nl&i proved
! tiailer aud craztiiff lauds, iron aod coel lands and lfim.
! tbt.'r' eonCrtth tV"" m u b7' wi" fin, U to
Titles cXiiomd and certihod abstracts furnished.
! OfQce ever Xow Exchange aud Deposit Bank, Gay stn-et.
j roW . , . .t-. .
! d post Office; also some large desirable lots for rssidsnce. in
CUntou. county-seat of Anderson county Prices low and
long credit will ba given persons wishing to buiid.
MTKnON A UITMOCB.
J,60 acres in Morgan county, six miles from Montgomery,
on the Nashville turnpike. Price One Dollar per aere. There
is a fair water cower, good coal and timber, and considerable
good farming land in the tract.
TWINTT-riVK DLsIKlLt Ir ABMs
Iu Knox county for sale, from tbre to fifteen miles from
Knoxville. sod from Jlu to i) pvi acre in price
id rcut, uud weKitt hI- riidy Vj t -wmi y Mppliiiaus truoi
tbost wvautiu tr.u
Aute 14, ls..'-tl Ml IssuJ. at bKYMOtK.
rpHE FOLLOWING UNCLAIMED
A GOOD?, in the office "f tbe southern Eipreee Com
pany, at Knoxville, will be sold at auction for charges, on
tbe loth day of AUoUt, laos, unless delivered before day of
sale to consignees :
1 Package, Allen, F D, Lust Tvuu Cuiv'aty, Kuoiville, Teue.
1 do Byrd, Oapt J 11 Cleveland,
I Box Batey. M M ...Murphy, NC
1 Package, Bro kmau, Kev A li Kuoxville, Tenn.
1 do Bonner, Kev D F " "
I Trunk, Blovins, i C Athens, "
1 Box, Cannon, t Bicevilk, '
I Package, Cane, II, caro McManilue Coal Creek, "
1 do County Court Clerk, Campbell, .dacksboro',
1 Bag, Carter, Durau, care Kobt Bell.. .Knoxville,
1 Package. Oeali, D L Athens, "
do uuncan, a it, care vt j aeitn, Montgomery. '
I do Dobsoa, KM..
1 Box, Much, Utile
1 J., Glover, G 1'
1 do Goodiu, C
li F'ckaJs, Gardner, C '
. .litBe btore.
1 Box, Uwckle, Ytiu
1 Bundle, Hayden, liev CM...
I Package, Uldeuciux, D W
! 1 Rocking Chair, Johnson, J M. .
j I Package, Kline. Gil.
t uo liou, win..
1 Truuk. Lewis, J W.
1 Package, Laue, Thomas
Moore, li a . . . .
iftrtiu, Capt J C
jiuso, 11 V
L'gypt otation. N I
Mathowscn, J A, care B D Black, CUvsland, Tsnt.
, rapier, ira. . .. lornstowu.
OUius, Mrs at Charlsston,
Prestos. J B Knoxville,
Pigue Manier A Hall "
Qackenbusb, JO Cleveland,
, Bobicsos.E B, eare V Sturai,...T;ee!!
Bogsrs. W H. care Parker, Phillips
Moes Coal Creek.
I Package, Boberts. J A . .UreeaevUle.
I do deafer, G a Athens.
1 do SchU.iar.TM , . . . Knoxvlll..
1 do imitb. M P . ..Morristewt.,
I Jo Baylor, w c .. :. ...Happy Vall.y,
S Boxes, Waif, 1. . . ...KaoxviHe,
1 Packigj, Wilson. W A Mary villa,
1 do Williamson, H KBoxville,
1 Plow, Wiliand, V J Athens.
1 Package, Woodruff, W W A Co .-. . . Knoxville.
lCBox, Wormack, George '
1 Box, Zimmerman. J ..Marrviile,
N. S. WOODWARD, Agent.
VALUABLE HILL AND HEAL ESTATE
. FOE SALE.
V UNDIVIDED ONE-FOURTH OF
Ix. 840 Acre, of land lying on and South of French
I Broad river, seven miles East of Knoxville, known as the
Also, a very valuable Miii au j laria oa Baker's Creak, on.
mil East of Morgantrn, Blouut county, Tonn. Tb. farm
contains about too acres.
Tbe above property will be sold for one-hall cash and tbe
remainder on time. Address
Gk'OHGE BBCWAi or JACK JONKS,
jnlylo-iim Kuoxville, Tenn.
A SPLENDID HOUSE, SITUATED
near the Depot, In tbe town of Sweetwater, Tenneesee,
suitable for a hotel or boarding boss. A good school near!
Price low and terms good. vr particulars refer to
TliOMAI G. BOYD,
Julyla-4t Sweetwater, Tenn.
i MULES. WAGON AND HARNESS,
by W. J. BETTEBT0H A CO.
M. C. WILCOX & COn
aikias amd piALxas, whousau aho xxtail, t
Coal Creek Coal,
COKE, riBB-WOOD AND LCMBIB
Of every variety. Lnraber, Coal aad Wood Yards ea Kaox
ville and Chatlestoa Bailroail, w-wt of Cnmberland and
Order, left at the Office uiwinr um I.atear Bones .111 re
eaiT" prompt attention. ... hHiv ,