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OLD DRUG STORE
WILL BE FOUND, AS HERETO
FORE, the BKxrt complete and well lected f wk of
Oeeds ever offered In Ihii Market, consisting of
and DYE STUFFS.
Of every description, such a Hall's Blm for the I.nugt,
Wlstar's BkImb of Wild Cherry, Davtdson Balsam of Uoar
bewnd. Btrirkland'e Cough Remedy, Uclmbold'e Saraaparilla,
Halm hold's Buck a, Lyttle's Elixir, Guy sou's llow Dock
and Bamtwrtlla, all of Ayer's and Jayne's Celebrated Medi
rtnaa, MrLane's Strengthening Cordial, Drake's Hostetter s
Oadroa. Highland, Hoofiand land Oxygenated Bitters, and in
abort, a ot rompleta a(ortmc of 1'ntent .Medicin-s gen
Physician's and Surgeon's' OUTFITS,
PURE WINES AND LIQUORS,
a ad la fact, v.rything necessary to make our atnek the inost
tOJIPLETIi cf any in Abe city.
DKY GOODS, c
CALL AND EXAMIXE
GROCERIES AND COMMISSION.
W, I. WILSON At CO.,
Korth-ewt Corner of Gay and Church Streets,
' (Coffin Block.)
BEG LEAVE TO INFORM THE PEQ
PL! of Knoxville, and East Tennessee generally, tbat
they aava juit received a largsand well aborted Stuck' vf Kta
pl.aad Family Grocery, Liquors, Tobacco, Cigars, Ac, bich
will b cold at greatly reduced pric. Tha beat brand! of Old
Ohio Wheat Family Flour, constantly on hand. Country Mar
banta will find it to their interest to call and examine oar
and prices befora parchaeinc; elsewhere.
Bemembcrtba place, corner of Gay and Church flrwU,
(Ceffla Block.) Ktiexvllle, Tenn.
evtstf w. r. VIL&ON k CO.
I"-1CT w. !.
a. f. rmi.
KING & DUNLEVY,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
Celleetlotis promptly attended to. fiT-fm
o v i s i o n D e a 1 e
Corner of Gay and Union Streets,
jei8-tf Knoxville. Tenn.
" PHILADELPHIA STORE,
Opposite tlie Post Ofllce.
HAVING PURCHASED THE EX
TEXMYE and FaeniouaLti stock or
Heretofore belonging to i. C. Emnra. k to..
J AS. H. ARMSTRONG,
W ould rej-rtflly Inform bia
OLD FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS,
That would V bappy to wait on tliam again, gnaran
A any hou in
Th Stock will be addd to from day to day, by Exprtu, and
it in hoped that the roost fastidious, as well aa the most econom
ise', both of the city and the country, can be pleased.
COME ONE! COME ALL
it uric J. (WIKTT.
tho. . roibirs.
vrxt. r. ni'T.
STRATON, POINTER & CO.,
For the Fale and Purchase of
COTTON AM) TOBACCO,
PORK, BACON, LARD,
f DRIED FRUIT.
ri IROX AND PROD ICE y EXE RALLY
Xoa. 9 Hint 11 liroad M.,
E WILL KE72P ON HAND A LARGE
and well selected etock ' f
GKOCE Ji I K S
FUR THE WI1'j1AKE TKAKK.
To which e inMte the altntii.ii tli- tu i Iiaiiix f Teo
neeeea, Georgia and Alabama.
btrict attention will be paid to i-. cimu- huJ foi wardeiig,
and to tba sale if Croivries and all godi on consiniaent.
Being in the large and coin mod inn 6 M to Karviiouee o long
aid faTorably reni-mlwrvJ an the li,iu-e of Jclinson Smith,
and after arda aa Fifther, XN'hrless ft .. with the iuinivuse
ehide and storage roonif, e 1.1 repared to baudlu all .Vtg.
ton. Tobacco, and General I'rod'ice. or coo'ls on consignment,
ew as favorable terms as any bout iu the city : and pre ting
to establh our busiiiera upon a u-ruiaucnt tH.i?. wrpromie
to do all In onr power to nv-rit a ll'm; f!ire of public pat
ronage. 85 Bagging and Rope Iv. avt ni hnml. f'JO -m
R. C;. PAGE.
No. 47, Nonh Side of Public Square.
Forwarding, Storage & Commission
JUElt ci i a rs- T.
Oontiignments Respectfully Solicited.
KjlIllKill Bt. BrU. n. I'arkhur,!. r.M 1... MS'. Pit
Teen.. Lient-Col. A. on Sihrader, Icpection General, ilil.
Piv. Tenn., Major B. F. Fifitld, hpei ial Agent Ad.-m Kxpreas
ompany, Joel I'ans. inrm J'avis - t lync.i G. H. I .ill to..
A. A. Breast, H. .'. Jarkaon. Cameron. Grior A 'o., W. H.
w. wiwcii, JR. i. ariM.
WILSON, BURNS & CO.,
holes i I e G r o t r s
30 8. HOWAED STEEET, corner Lombard,
TK keep f ouelainly on liaud a lrir. ami !! a
cf GKOf KKItS, WINES and LIyl" 'KS suital l
i ! d ft.,ik
Western trade. We solicit conM
tvi Ninv rnomx e, u. h a?
Cotton, lli-nip, Ilacon, L.ard, l'ealiicr
mStEXG, 'WOOL, BITTER, DRIED FblTT, FI T! SKTSS,
Ac, Ac, ic.
Onr facilities for doing bueink areuch a to warrant 'juick
ales and prompt retnrue. All order? ill ha-e our prompt
Mention. oct4-'.m ILSfi, Bl'HNS A CO.
J. G. DAVIS,
I. ate with
"helps, taldw. ll A '
A. 1". TI CK,
a. W. TICK,
TUCK, DAVIS & 0.,
322 Main istreet, between Eighth and Ninth,
Consignments Hoi it i ted.
C POIVKLL,. fiKKKX K CO..
f ITWItrS l-OWELT., t. F. KRKtN, H -. M. v'l.lll.K,
Late of " l ate of f
Booaville, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. I.at T nit. -.
No. 38 Broad Street.
, ilmt we live efliib-
I.Zj .nrlr.. in thiii eitv in bUMiie. and miv fully prepared
1. ..... tn .nr natrons the ordiusry fai ilitk- ri'iuired and
TefpeetfuIW aolicit a thare or your busiue. We .. not pro
poteto eofineeurelTs to any poci.ility. nti-I " ill pni -el.e
Cotton, Tobacco and
a'.to. ColJ. btock. B-nie end G.
n CommitsioD .
WE INVITE THE SPECIAL AT
TENTION ef Country Merchants visiting Knoxrille,
to our large Stock of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DEY GOODS,
BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS,
Ladies and dents' Famishing Goods,
At most of onr Goods are purchased of large Anction Hon
aee East, we are enabled to sell Cheap, and offer great induce
ments. Give na trial.
or a stock or
I the largest ever exhibited in Kncxville. Yon w ill And the
beet assortment of
JLtttdien' I3elts and GJiirtoi-N,
Fine English Xeedles and Pins,
TRIMMINGS of ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
Ladies' Hats, Turbins, Hiding Caps,
MANTILLAS, &c, c.
JILII S OCIIS A to..
Oiii.r at the HP1ES BAZA All,
Gay Street, next door to Ococe Buk.
octi'-'tf KnoxTillr, Tcnu.
New and Splendid Stock
Spring 1 Summer Dry Goods I
Eames & "Wilds,
Uay Street, Knoxville, TenneHce,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED AND OPEN
ED a superior stock of new and fashionable
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS!
Consisting of Ladies' Dress Goods, Ready-Mad Clothing of
every variety. Bats, Caps, Boot, Bbocs, Notions, Ac, Ac, all of
which they will dispose of at a reasonable profit. We invite
the public generally to call and examine our stock before pur
chasing elsewhere. ml&tf EAMES A WILDS.
w M. HAIIKI. I- c. nJiS.
AV31. IIAlSlwIS St CO.,
W holesale and Kelail Deak-r in
DRY GOODS. CLOTHING,
SHOES, BOOTS, HATS, CAPS,
Hosiery, ISotioiis. etc.,
Gay Street, 2 Doors North of Cumberland,
PLliASS ulVE CS A CALL. Oct2M,f
MONEY SAVED IS MONEY MADE!
KENNEDY & BRO.,
Firtt far ir-'l "J ihr Erehmtj mui Vrpotit? Bank,
n WmUiWrn; ply jMpm
.Maniiiaciunng aan ep constantly en hand
tiy ar nor
a very snjierior
REAL ESTATE 'AGENCIES.
HEHRYC. WHITNEY & CO.,
Eeal Estate Brokers,
Particular attention given to the sale of lands
in East Tennessee to parties f ram the Xorth-
i em Mates. All persons owning steal estate
and desiring to make early sales arc incited to
J communicate icith this oftre, sending full de
scription, lowest price and best terms. bar
ges moderate, and no charge unless sale be
effected. We are desirioux to orrc.n corresvon-
-v J J j
dencc with, and secre the co-operation of Jlt'ol j
Estate Agents throughout East Tennessee.
Mineral Lands and large tracts of Cheap
Lands wanted for Odonist.
Brni to Gov. Brownlow. noVJ2tf
"owners of improved farms
Desirous to sell the same, arc invited to send
full description, lowest price, and best terms,
together with authority to sell the same to this
OXE HUNDRED FA1LVS WANTED
for Northern Emmigrants ! !
Parties hacing clligableLill Sites to disjwse
of, arc likewise requested to confer with us.
No charge for services unless sale be effected.
HENRY C. WHITNEY & CO.,
Real Estate Agents, Nashville, Tenn.
DANIEL AINSWORTH & CO..
(For over four year connected with the Pay Dept. V. 8. A.)
-A-ttorneys for Claimants,
ALL loyal citizens having meritorious claims against the
Government for property taken for the use of the Army,
will find it to their Interest to communicate with hs.
All soldiers having pensions, bounty or back pay due, all
officers having unsettled accounts, and all perrons who drew
pensions jjrior rt rebefien, will find it to their advantage to
confer with us. In all clainu vhx-k ve (vhirf to pro'fmtim of,
ire v:ill gvaran'ee success.
Rings to His Excellency, Wni G.Broa nlow, Governor of
Tennessee, and to the business men of Nashville. dec6tf
.!OS. A. IlABRl , JAS. T. ASZRNATBV,
Kuoxxillc, Tenntttc. Lati L. CoLlOlh. Tenn. Cat:
fcEORCE BIMM0!, j II. A. KELLY,
La'e Li. & Jl.Q.3f.,Utk Ind.tLviclt.AR.Q.f.fithTt.n.Civ
IYIABRY, ABERNATHY & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
Purchase and sell Real Estate to
order, attend to the Collection of
Rents, Lease and Sell Farms, Store
houses, Lots, Dwellings, &c, &c.
Give Prompt Attention to the per
fecting of Negotiations.
OFFICE Over Smith's Jewelry Sture, hco duors
South of the Lamar House,
Refers by permisEion to tha following gentlouieu :
Hon. Thos. A. R. Nelson, Knoxville.
E. T. Hall, Judge 3d Judicial Circuit.
C. F. Trigg, Judge U. S. Federal Court,
Col. John B. Brown low, Knoxville.
Col. John Williams, Knoxville.
Charles M. McGhce, Knoxville.
We would respectfully call the attention of the public to the
following excellent property, whieh has been placed in our
hands for sale :
A TRACT OF LAND, OF 65 ACRES,
(situated on tho Kutledge Pike, about two miles from the
court-house, Knoxville. All cleared. As it Is in the suburbs
of the city, it is well adapted for building purposes. Sold in
lots to suit purchasers, or the whole will be pnld together.
About fifty acres in new landf. d-cOtf
JL acres, in JeOVrson eouiitv, 20 miles
the rjolton Kiver.
from Knoxville, cn
11 ft. uuiiuvie anna mg property wuirh thej want to
V turn into cah, to place said property in our hands im
mediately. The projected Kailroad from Cincinnati to this
city, will cause thousands of mcnied speculators to flock to
Kast Tennessee in quest of all kinds of propertv. Our facil
ities for attending promptly to the Real Estate bnsines. are
not surpassed by any firm in the State.
MA Bit V, ABERNATliT & CO.,
Beal Estate Agents,
novltf ;ay Street Knoxville, Ttnn.
HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE.
4 HOUSE AND LOT SITUATED
xSV i lope to Tempi ranee Hall, for slo. Apply to
MABRV. ABERJiATHT A CO.,
novltf Real Estate Agents.
BUSINESS HOUSE FOR SALE.
TIlllAT very desirablH business hnse, situated 4 doors south
I of the Tost OlDce, KnoxvilU', Tenn.. for sal". It ran be
bought cheap for cash.
For further particular , uppl t"
MAdKV, ABEBNATIIT 4 A CO..
Real Estate Agents,
J. Si VAJT GILDER'S
BOOT, SHOE AND LEATHER STORE,
KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE." '
FRENCH CALF SEWED BOOTS, MADE TO ORDER ! f
LEATHBE BELTING, Made to Order!
All Orders Promptly Shipped by Express to all Point ou Railroads, Ac.
J. S. VAN GILDER,
Sign Hiy lSowt. Knoxville, Tcnu.
CHANCERY COURT SETTER VI LLE,
John Bird vs. Thomas McClureaid others.
JN THIS CAUSE IT APPEARING
A. from complainant's bill which is sworn tr, that the defen
dants, Nelson Mitchell. Spencer Mitchell audancy E. Mitch
ell, are non-residents ot the State: It is thesfore ordered by
the Clerk and Master that puMicstion be male for four suc
cessive week iu Brownlow's Whig, notifying said defendants
to appear at the next Special Term of the Chaicery Court to
be held for the county of Sevier at the court-house in 8e
vierville, on the third Monday of March next, and answer the
soveral allegations in said bill, or they will b taken as con
fessed as to them and set for hearing ex parte.
feb!4-4f M. P. THOMAS, C. & M.
Georgo Billingsley vs. Anurias Ei.
TN THIS CAUSE THE PLAINTIFF
-L sued out an attachment against the defendant for damages,
returnable to the Circuit Court of Claiborne county, an order
having been made by me that publication be made iu Brown
low's Whig for four successive we.k, the said defendant is
therefore hereby notified to attend before the Judge of the
Circuit Court, at a court to be held for the county of Clai
born, in Tazewell, on the 2d Monday cf May, 1806, then and
there to defend said euit.
jan31-4t Z. HODGES, Clerk.
Thomas W. Done, Agent of Samuel Adams, vs. B. F.1
THE PLAINTIFF, ON AFFIDAVIT,
JL says the defendant is indebted to him, and that he is a
non-resident of the State, and having obtained an original at
tachment against the estate of the defendant returnable before
W.S Cole, a Justice of the Peace for Jefferson county, the same
having been levied upou the defendant's property : It is there
fore ordered that publication be made for four successive
weeks in Brownlow's Whig, notifying said defendant to ap
pear at hi office in the Ctti Civil jjistrict of Jefferson conntv.
ou iuc x?iu ui oi juarcu uexi,
with ex parte. febl4-4t
Jamod P. Ervin and wile, ct als, vs Benjamin F. Kiu
caid, ct als.
PURSUANT TO A DECREE MADE
JL at the Pectmbcr Term, le'5, in this case, at fincastle, on
Thursday, the lth day of March next, I will proceed to sell
all the lands cf the estate of John Kincaid, dee'd, some M
tiacts, lying in the counties of Campbell and Claiborn, on one
and two year'i credit, noto and security, with interet from
date of sale, and a lieu cn the lands retained uutil the pur
chase money is fully paid, five hundred dollars required down,
to be assessed among the purchasers. Some fine farms, well
improved. Attendanco will be given by me.
.ian31-4ts f . II. BRATCUEB. C. A M.
Michael Rule vs. William 'jillcspie.
rpHE PLAINTIFF, ON AFFIDAVIT,
JL says the defendant is indebted to him, and so absconds
that tho ordinary process cannot be served upon him, having
obtained an original attachment against the est a to of the de
fendant, made returnable before Iavid Goddard a Justice of
the Peace for Blount county, and the same boring been levied
ou his proparty : It is ordered by said Justice that the defen
dant appear before him at his oltice on the 11th Civil District
of Blount county, on the loth day of April next, or it will be
proceeded with ex parte. It is further ordered that this notice
be published for four successive weeks in Brownlow's Whig.
jan31 18ti0-4t DAVID CODDABP, J. P.
Seventeenth Judicial Circuit, Jacksbcro' Tennessee.
Newton P. Cross vs. James Williams.
THE DEFENDANT BEING A NON-
RESIDENT of tLo county and State : It is ordered that
publication be made for four successive weeks in Brownlow's
Whig, notifying said defendant to appear at the next Term of
the Circuit Court at Jacksboro'. on the first Mondav after the
or the same will be proceeded i fourth Monday of April next, then and there to make defense,
W. S. COLE, J. P.
Taos. J. Moore vs. Samuel II. Caldwoll.
'THE PLAINTIFF, ON AFFIDAVIT,
J- says the defendant is indebted to him, and tbat ho so ab
sconds or conceals himself that th-? ordinary process of law
cannot be served upon him, having obtained' au original at
tachment against the estate of the'delendaut. made returnable
before J. J. Swauner, a Justice of the Peace for Monroe count
ty, and the same having been levied on his property : It Is or
dered by said Justice that the defendant appear before him at
his omcc in Philadelphia, on the 21th day of March. 1S06. or
it will be proceeded with ex parte. It is further ordered that
this notice be published for four successive weeks in Brown
low's Whig, janait1 J. J. SWAXNER, J. T.
j or the same will be taken for confessed and set for hearing ex
parte as to him. 1. J. KWr.KS, Clerk
fountain Maupin vs. Marccllus Kincaiu.
HE DEFENDANT BEING A NON-
RESIDENT of the county aud State: It is ordered that
publication be made for four successive w.cks in Brownlow's
Whig, notifying said defendant to appear at the next Term of
the Circuit Court at Jacksboro", on the first Monday after the
fourth Mouday of April next, then and there to make defence,
or the same will be taken for cenfes-ied and set for heariug ex
parte as to him. ' T. J. BOGEKS, Clerk.
NOTICE. THE ACCOUNT Ordered;
by the Chancery Court at Kutledge, at its Derember '
Term, 1S05, to be taken in tho cause of Samuel Gill vs. AVilliam 1
V illiams and others, will be takeu Py us at the office of James
T. Shields, in Grainger county, on the second Mondav of j
JIarch next. The parties interested are notified to attend !
with their rro'-f. ROBERT M. BARTON,
ROBERT McKARLAND, !
iiin.'ll-jl - Special Commissioner? .
G. M. Kiithort'ord vs. J. D. Campbell aud W. D. Sharp.
THE DEFENDANTS BFA20Ji NON-
-L RESIDENTS of the county and State : It is ordered that
publication be made for four successive weeks iu Brownlow's
Whig, notifying said defendants to appear at the next Term cf
the Circuit Court at Jacksboro', on the first Monday after the
fourth Monday of April next, then and there toinuko defense,
or the same will be taken for confessed and set for hearing cx
parte to them. T. J. ROGERS. Clerk.
Horse ai Cattle Powaers.
DOZEN AND BUNCH THREAD,
1 - 1 S II 12 e rr J T Gi
Grain & Flour Sacks,
To mhi'li inxMf !hr nt(. ntMti of Mr rrhniitu and tlir rub-
EAST TENN. LAND AGENCY.
COCKRILL & SEYMOUR,
Beal Estate Brokers,
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE,
H Sale and Exchange of Real Estate.
Titlcu iuvotigaU'i.1 and abstract? ol titles j
Taxes paid, and iiioucj advantageously
invested lor persons at a distance. j
It 3'ou want to buy or sell lands or town j
property you will find it to your great ad- !
vantage to apply at this Agency.
This prcpr.rauuu, long -uJ
favorably knosu, will thor
oughly rciuvigorate broken
down and low-spirited horses,
by strengthening and cleans-
iug the stomach and intcs- j
t U a sure DreveELativc !
of all diseases inoident to '-.
this animal, such as LUNG FEVER, GLANDERS, YELLOW j
WATER, HE AVES.COVGHS,
FOUNDERS, LOSS OF AP
PETITE AND VITAL EN
ERGY, ic. Its use improves
the wind, increases the appe
tite gives a smooth and
glossy skin and transforms
the miserable skeleton into
a fine locking aud spirited
W.Siles vs. J. D. Camp'ocli.
! THE DEFENDANT BEING A NON-
-J- RESIDENT of the county and State : It i ordered that
publication be made tor four successive weeks in Brownlow's
Whig, notifying said defendant to appear at the next Terra of
the Cirsuit Court at Jacksboro', on tho first Monday after the
fourth Monday of April next, then and there to make defence,
or the same will lie taken for confessed and set for hearing ex
rarte as to him. janUI-4t T. J. IUXJEKS, Clerk.
Second Judicial Circuit, Cocke ccunty Imiuohv.
James Cary, Edward Bangs and William Woodward, Jr.,
partners, Ac, under the firm name and style of Cary,
BaDgs A Woodward vs. Tighlman A. Eaubioii, Drnry A.
Meins and Hamilton Yett, partners. At., under tho name
firm and style ol Eaubion, Meins A Co.
TT APPEARING FROM THE AFFI-
1 DAVIT of the plaintiff", by attorney, in this cauc,
tbat the defendants, L. A. Eaubion and D. A. Meins, are
non-residents, or so conceal themselves, that the ordi
nary process of law cannot be served upou them, there
fore, it is ordered tbat publication bo made for four successive
weeks in Brownlow's Whig, notifying said defendants, L. A.
Faubion and D. A. Meins, to appear at the next term of the
Circuit Court for Cocke county, at the court house in New
port, cn tho first Monday after the fourth Monday in March
next, Ie",tf, then and there to plead, answer, or demur to the
suit and demand of the plaintiffs, or the same will be taken
for confessed as to them, and proceeded with ex parte.
Ham, ft AtKry, Solicitors. II. H. BAKU. Clerk.
To keepers of Co To this preparation is invaluable. It in-
George A. Haid"C and William D. Burnett, pa i mere, do.,
under the name, firm and style of Hardee Barnett vs.
L. A. Faubion, D. A. Meins and Hamilton Yett, partner,
4c, under the name, firm and style cf I'anbion. Meins $ Co.
lor sale in all parts of
them tUsfc't: much far.tcr.
DEFERRING YOU TO
I V; card, ' beg 1T 10 'u'orui you.
August 01iloDicl and x-Ktiorl
I lag cory.
r. rnment S.-cli iiies ly
h.pe. tfn'lv Ynrs.
POWELL. GKEI.N A '.
and J..ne'or.iuli i nin
Commiisision Meroliant m."
418 Jfoi'si Street, btU ilk attl it!,
ONE T00R ABOVE CITIZEN'S' BANK,
fcklB-U I.ouiNvillr. K).
SALT! SALT I ! SALT!!!
bate also made ariataeirient' foi a eeu!ant upply of
iu sa-.ks and tarreis, which lll be told at manufacturer's
prices, freights addl.
Will .'iffi'iul to nil 1 limitless r(tnrtprl
with tho transfer of Real Estate.
Office over Exchange Bank, comer of
Main and Gay Streets. Knoxville. Tenncs-
hcc. V. n. IJOX IS I. i
POR SALE. A FINE FARM IN '
Greene county, Acres, one half under cultivation, the
rest is covered with valuable timber, suitable for all building 1
purposes; the soil is rich, and all parts of the farm well wa- !
tered. A fine brick residence, large and capacious, a large j
barn, good stable' and other no-essary buildings, all iu excel- i
lent condition. One of the nuett "young Orchards in the '
This farm i offered at half its value.
dec20tf COCKRILL A SF.YMoiK.
In all diseases of Svrine, such as Coughs, L'Icers in the Lungs,
! Liver, Ac, this article acts tfWlS'T
! as a specific, ot cutting
from one-half a paper to a
paper in a barrel of swill
the above diseases will be
eradicated or entirely pre
vented. If given in time, a
creases the cjuanfity and im
proves the quality of the
milk. It has been proven by
aclual experiment to Increase TT appearing from the affidavit of the plaintiffs, by attorney,
i in this cause, that tho defendants. L. A. Faubion and D.
A. Meins, are non-reidents, or so conceal themselves, that
the ordinary process of law cannot be served upon them : It
is ordered that publication be made for four successive weeks
in Brownlow's Whig, notifying said defendants, L. A. Faubion
and D. A. Meius, to appear at tho next Term of the Circuit
Court for Cocke county, at tho court house iu Newport, on
the first Monday after the fourth Monday in March next, lb0,
then and there to plead, answer, or demur to the suit, and
demand of the plaintiffs, or tho same will be taken for con
fessed as to them, and proceeded -w ith ex parto.
Ham & Aiken. Solicitors. 11. JI. BAEK, Clerk.
thi! quantity of milk and
cream twenty per cent, and
ciLfces the butter firm and
sveet. In fattening cattle,
it gives them an appetite,
locaens t'. eir bide, and makes
certain preventive and cure fvr the Hog Cholera.
Pr'c3 2-3 Ccaf, per Papc, or 5 Papers for 81.
, PREFAB rij EY
- A. 5rOUTZ Jfc IiliO.,
1 1 iv, r-'i
I70R SALE. A FARM IN BLOUNT
county, contains Ut5d Acres. 170 under cultivation and
perfectly lel. Soil very good, will produce large crops. .
new frame house, well furni.hed. A lar(.- new barn aud all
outbuilding", nitlfther improvement. Will bo sold cheap
dec2i"tf COCKK1LL t SEYMOUR.
For sale by Chamberlain A Van Gilder, Knoxville, Tenn.,
j and by Druggists and Storekeepers throughout the United
j States. janlO-ly
OR SALE. A GOOD FARM. TAV-
ERN and Ferry, in Claiborne cotttitv. One of the mo't
desirable situations in tins part of the State, 2,X' Acres, over
1W under cultivation of good river bottom. One of the moft
noted Public Houses ou Ihe road from Lexington, Ky., to
Charleston, S. C. and a Ferry on Clinch river, which will av
erage S7X and upwards annually. This firm liej on both sides
of the River. This is a line bargain.
Joc20tf COCKRILL i SEYMOUR.
J70R SALE. JN NORTH CAROLINA.
A two tracts, one '2.'" and the other 4.C0D Acres, each
coutaining sjdeiidid farms. Ifsid-s an immense "mount of min
eral wealth, and l)ing near the proje ted route of the Rabun
Gap Kailroad. For particulars enquire of
dec20tf CJJCKRILL 1 SEYMOUR:
F "OR SALE. A G OOD FAIiiT IN
Grainger county, situated near Kutledge, contains lj
Acre-, will make an excellent stock and fruit farm. A good
Apple Orchard audpleuty good timber. A portion of it contains
a large anionut of Iron ore. which has beeu worked to a great
advantage. Situated a in good neitrhborbood. Price SI,..'.
dcc-JlTtl COCKRILL A SEYMOUR.
GEORGE A. IleNUTT,
vEormeily of A. G. Jai kou A Co.. I
wnOI.RSALG AM) RFT.i'l. DEALER IS
OR SALE. IN KNOX COUNTY,
IMPORTANT TO AIOTIICIIN.
Celebrated "Worm Can I v.
CHILDREN AND ADULTS.
tkll ta tb fa feat and surest i:ciiU im
(tea Markat lorlhr i:iiilioi ! At rm,
Cbll4ren crave it. It arts like a r harm
n bad frc t frota its use.
Tkouaan Is of mo-t reliable testiciooials pek its praie,
MUa a iM ff,t ; md sure in Ha remits. We append one o
ta saa ay cert i flea tea sent n at an evib-nee of its supcriorit)
tier ati-er medicine purport itf to be W orm Specific.
Be Sure to Ask for
Wm. WIXSLOWS WORM C.IXDY.
TAKE -MO OTHER.
Cnacrt.puU.ks rraora mv try to induce you - othtra
that are vtortble. on which tlity Bke more profit.
fn ! -y all Imrrit. Ie'"XT
W are alo receiving a g.jtd arsortment of
Wblch prupossi to aell aa kw
as any boas in Knoxvillt.
jr.ST RECEIVED, A LOT OF BUCK
, -- "" ano noie irrl. For sale a I
ar Mrawberrv Plain", a tine plantation of 8n Acres.
Xlie i; ri b and .cry productive. Can e divided into
small farms or sold iu one. A gooJ comfortable rcidence, all
out building, including a tine barn, good orchards that pro
duce large quantities of fruit. g"od water power, good timber,
besides valuable improvements of different kind. Will be
sold at bw figures. dcc'tf OCKKI LL A SEVMOl R.
PORSALE LMFROVED LANDS IN
A iu all .parts of East Tennessee, prices and l"cati"n to suit
all kind of purchaser. Address or call on
doc2Utf COCKRILL A SEYMOUR.
o rr ii i iv
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
No. l.Cotrin's BI.k. G.-n Street.
JULIUS 0CHS & CO.
DEO LKAVi; TO LNroMI TIIEli!
-L uumvious friends aud patrons that thev have connected
with their extensive clothing business a regular
Willitu M Brudfor.1 and William fc. luuiau. ual tUel-. Ac
. under the name, .firm and style of Bradford A Ionian, for
me use oi imam Harris ana letnrie Harris, partners, Ac
under the name, firm and style of W. A T. Harris v. George
iv . .a Aue.
IT appearing from tho affidavit of tho plaintiifs, by attor
ney, jn this cause, that the defendant is a non-resident:
It is ordered that publication be made for fuur successive
weeks in Brownlow's Whig, notifying said defendant to appear
at mo next lerjn oi tne circuit Court tor Cocke county, at
. the court house in Newport, on the first Monday after the
i fourth Monday in March next, lf't-'i, then ami tbert to plead,
, answer, or demur to tho suit anrt demand of the plaintitfs, or
: the banie will be taken for confessed as to hini, and proceeded
with ex parte. H. II. B A Ell. Clerk.
Hall A Aiken, Solicitors. Fe7,lft-4t
! James Ooopcr vs. James D. Campbell.
I'jUIE PLAINTIFF, ON AFFIDAVIT,
A- says the defendant is indebted to him, and so absconds,
i that the ordinary process of law cannot be served upon him,
an I an attachment having been issued and returned before
, me, and the same haing been levied on defendants' property:
It is ordereil by me that publication l made in Brownlow's
Whig for four successive weeks, notifying said defendant tn
appear before me, at my ollice, in the ith civil district, in
Campbell county, on the ir'th day of April, lc,r.. nit, ,(.. n,
saMsuit. or it will b- procet ded with ex parte,
'-It'' J. J. MAKIiS. .1. r.
CIRCUIT COIR TSE VIER ILLE.
I-KTITK'N FOIt PlVORt.'r:.
John Kcar v?. Elizabeth Kcar.
J T AiTEARING THAT THE DEFEN-
-A- ENDAST, Eli.abeth K 'ar. is a m ii-residrnt of the Stale
of Tennessee : It is ordered that publication be made for f"ur
successive weeks in Brownlow's Whig, notifying -aid defen
dant to appear before the Circuit Court, to be held for the
county of Sevier, at the rntirt -house in Scvierville, on the third
Monday of March next, to plead, answer or demur to said pe
tition, or the sume will ! taken as confessed an 1 set f"r
loaring ex parte. W. M. BI KNETT. Clerk,
ff 8 By M. W. McCOWAN, D. C.
Th. y ale U"t picpaied to make up garments to old. i in tho
most approved style and at the shortest notice.
They will always keep on hand a largo assortment of Piece
Goods.suitable for lmu's wear, such s Cloth, Cassimeres,
Linens. Msrstilles, Ar 4c.
A larc a&:
OR SALE. 65.000 ACRES OF UNDl-
;iOVED LANDS in different parts of East Tennessee,
Containing immense mineral wealth. Well adapted to stock
graizing, with some splendid sites farms, and water power.
Also, tome of tho lands are well suited to settle colonies of
Emigrants. Partimlan r "pecrm; rrerj; tiwd (load im East
Tennessee. wiH he promptly end grv.tuiwtu tjivev. hu addresHmj or
caWaycff. ' (OCKBILL A SEVMUlK,
Real Estate Brokers,
dec2otf Knoxville, Tenn.
fv".r-,Tut .of KurnisIius Gcods, and M- n'. loiitli.',
Boots and Shoes,
HATS & CAPS.
I KH'lijN I'OK PIVoRCK.
Martha Cccill vs. V. II. II. Cwiil.
APPEARING THAT THE DEFEN-
NT is a non-resident: It is therefore ordered that pub
lication be made for four successive weeks in Brownlow's
Whig, rc'tuiriug the defmdant to appear before the Circuit
Court to K" held for the county of Sevier, at the r..nrt-hoi;e
in Sevb. rville, cn the third Monday of March. lwi.;to2)lad.
answer, or d'mur to the petition of the, complainant, or the
same will be tak.-n as confessed, aud set down for hearing ex
parte. W. M. BI KNETT, Clerk,
inuol -v-tpf. Jiy M. W. Mr OWAN, I). C.
february Hules, lspi; Attachment and Injunction Bill.
Josiab Smith, Ilarlin Skaggs, et al-, vs. Allen Hurst,
George W. Evaus, et als.
N. THIS CAUSE, IT APPEARING TO
en We wilder our thanks to our fri-nds for p.t favor., and
r'spectfuily solicit a coatmnance of their liberal Piitronaice
ui1j - - " ouiui, r.xpress utnee.
J. WHS A CO.
OR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR
ENNESSEE LANDS. A fine farm of S'W Acres, in Wil- I
liams couutv. Ohio. One hundred Acres in cultivation
produce from twenty to thirty bushels of M heat per
There is a saw Mill with nearly new machinery, a
with two run of stones for grinding he t. J i LH
This farm with the Mills, will be wild lorJlO.O-Ai.or exchang- j JU
eJ at reasonabl.- ratrs for propertv in East Tennessee. I
janlOtf , COCKKILL SEYMOfB.
a X WAV I
n-s, in Wil- I
atiou, will J t r ' !
ter Acre. ftl
Grist SI 111, j
the Ck-rk and Master that one of the defendants. Allen
Hurst, is a non-resident of the State of Tennessee, so tnat the )
ordinary process of law cannot be served upon him : It is j
therelore ordered that publication be made fur four ucces-ie ;
weeks in Brownlow's Whig, notifying: the def nianr. Alien i
llarst, to appear at the next Term of the Cliane.-ry Conrt of i
Cuion county, to be held at thecourt-honso ii Maynardville, t
on the tirst Friday after the Third monrtay of June next, to,
plead, answer, or demur to complainant's bill, or the same j
will be tjifri n fr.r enf,f.sed ami et for bearini ex part as to!
. ; ' . . BT THE
EUREKA GIFT ASSOCIATION.
i:ntaiilikmf.d iso. '
ISO BROADWAY. NEW YORK,
.'ROSEYOOI PIANOS, ilELODEONS, ,
! Fine Oil Paintings, Engravings,
; Sdcer Ware, Fine Gold and SHcer Watches,
LiamorKi Pins, Diamond Rings, Gold Brace
lets, Coral, Florentine, Mosaic, Jt, Lava,
and Caraeo ladies' Sets, Gold Pens with
oold and Silver Extension Holders,
Sleeve Buttons, Sets of Studs, Vest and
Neck Chains, Gold Rings, &c . Valued at
tr 31,000,000- "a
DISTRIBUTION Is mad la tha following Banner :
CERTIFICATES naminr each articla and iu VllCK, ara
placed In SEALED ENVELOPES, which are well mixed. Ona
of these Envelopes, containing tha Certifleata or OrUr for
tome Article, will be delivered at our office, cr lent by Ball to.
any address, without regard to choice, on receipt ef S3 cent.
On receiving the Certincate the purchaser will see "lif t Ar
ticle it dkaws, and Hi value, and can then lend ONE DOLLAa
and receive the Article named, or can choote AST ornra one
Article on our List of the aame value. .
t- pok..r. .r D bai.u srt-VKiorrs, majr, m this
manner, obtain an Article Worn no Osi to Fiti HrxDliD
FOR 0"LVE DOlLsA-Tl
which they need not pay until It is known what ii drawn and
its value. Entire Satisfaction Guaranteed in all Catef.
THE EUBEKA GIFT ASSOCIATION
would call attention to the fact of ite being the Original and
Largest Gift Association In the country. We are therefore en
abled to send Fixkb Goods, and give better chancea to obtain
the morn valuable, prut, than any other establishment of the
kind. The business continues to be conducted in a fair and
honorble manner, and a large and greatly increasing trade la
proof that our patrons appreciate thia method of obtaining
rich and elegant goods.
During the past year this Association hai lent a very large
number of aluable prixes to all parts of the con ntry. Those
who patronize us will receive the full value of their money,
as no article on our list is worth less than One Dollar, retail,
and there are no blanks.
Parties dealing wfth ns may depend on having prompt re
turns, and the articles drawn will be immediately sent to any
address by return mail or express.
The following parties have recently drawn valuable prises
from the Eureka Association and have kindly allowed the nse
of their names, many other names might be published were we
Andrew Wilson, Custom House, Philadelphia, Penn, Oil
Painting, value, 1100; James Hargraves, Sil Broadway New
York, Oil Paintiufc, value, 100 ; a. T. Jones, Barrett, Marshall
county, Kansas, Melodeon, yalue, $200 ; Patrick J. Byrnes,
Waterbury, Ct., Goia Watch, value, 1125 ;-J. F. Shaw, 224 last
24th Street, New York, Piano, Talue, $350; Mrs. Chas. J.Ne
vis, Elmira, N. Y., Piano, Yalue, $300 ; Miss Lney Janeway, D
mira, N. Y., Cluster Diamond Ring, value, $200 ; Mrs. K. ?en
noyer, City Hotel, Nashville, Tenn., Melodeon, value, $125;
0carM. Allen, Co. B,142d Reg. Ind. Tola., Nashville, Tenn.,
Watch, value, $50: Rowlands. Patterson, Co. D, 10th Iowa
Vet. Volunteers, Oil Painting, value, $100; Mrs. Abbey J. Par
sons, Springfield, Mass., Melodeon, value, $150: James L. Dex
ter, City Surveyor, Syracuse, N. Y., Gold Watch, value, $130 ;
Mrs. James Ely, 177 Wooster St., cor. Bleeker, N. Y Oil 1-aint-ing,
value, $100; Mrs. J. 0. Coles, Grand Rapids. Michigan,
Silver Castor, value, $40; Dr. J. Sinclair, No. 4 Main St., Cuca,
N. Y., Framed Engraving, value, $25 ; Hon. Lnther Detmold,
Washington, D. t'.. Oil Painting, value, $100.
' Letters from various parties throughout the country ac
knowledging the receipt of very valuable gifts, may be seen on
file xt our office.
To be Sold for One Dollar Each,
Without regard to calut, and not to be paid for until you
knots irhat you will reeeict. t-acb
50 Elegant Rosewood Pianos, worth
..Zju.uu to auu.uu
.. 125.00 to 225.00
... 25.00 to 100.00
.. 75.00 to 150.00
, 50.00 to 200.00
.. 60.00 to 85.00
.. 25.00 to
STOVES ,AI"D T1H W ABE.
50 0 STOVES !
50 Melodeons, Rosewood Cases
100 Fine Oil Paintings
100 Gold Hunting Case Watches
150 Diamond Rings -
250 Ladies' Gold Watches
450 Silver Watches
200 Fine Steel EnzraviDzs. Framed..
100 Music Boxes 12.00 to
100 Silver Revolving Patent Castors 15.00 to
100 Silver Fruit and Cake Baskets... 15.00 to
500 Sets Silver Tea and Table Spoons 15.00 to
2,500 Vest and Xcck Chains 5-00 to
2,500 Ladies' Silver Port Monnies ' 8.00 to
3,U00 Silver Butter Knives - 3.00 to
2,000 Pairs Ear Rings, (new styles) 1.50 to
3,000 Gold Pencils and Tooth Picks... 3.00 to
3,000 Onyx, and Amethyst Brooches... 4.00 to
3,000 Lava and Florentine Brooches.... 4.00 to
1,000 Masonic Pins 4.00 to
2,000 Fine Gold Watcit Keys 3.50 to
5,000 Children's Armlets 2.50 to
2,5U0 Sets of Bosom Studs ' 1.50 to
2,500 Enameled Sleeve Buttons 2 50 to
10,000 Plain Gold and Chased Rings... 1.00 to
5,000 Stone Set and Peal Rings 2.50 to
5,000 Loctcts, all sizes.... 2.00 to
10,000 Sets of Ladies' Jewelry S.00 to
4,000 Watch Charms (each) 3.00 to
5,000 Goid Pens, Silver Ex. Cases 4.00 to
5,000 Gent's Breast and Scarf Pins 3.00 to
2,000 Ladies' "S'cw Style Belt Buckle... 4.00 to
2.000 Chatcliae and Guard Chains 6.00 to
1,000 Gold Thimbles 7.00 to
2,000 Sets Ladies' Jet and Gold 10.00 to
10,000 GolJ Crosses 1.50 to
6,000 vai Band Bracelets 6.00 to
4,000 Chased Bracelets 5.00 to
2,000 Bill Eardrops, ail colors
5,0fi0 Fine Gull Pecs
2,000 Xew Style Jet and Gold Eardrop!
2,500 Xew Style Long Crystal Eardrops
2,000 Gold Pens
63"?"- IIIAXIE TO OBTAIN AY OF THE
Aitovi: ais 1 1 for oc dollar my
ll UC1IANINU A SI'. VI.ED EN VELOPE IVOU
25 I rntn.
EST" Five sealed Envelopes will be sent for 1 ; Eleven for
2 ; Thirty for ; Sixty-five for $10 ; One Hundred for $15.
AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE.
Our patrons are desired to send Cnited States money when
it is convenient. Long letters are unnecessary.
Orders for SEALED ENVELOPES must in every case be ac
companied by the Cxm, with the name of the person sending,
and Town, County and State plainly written. Letters should be
addressed to the Managers as follows :
UOOIMVIX, jirxx V CO.,
Box 5706 Post Office, New York.
OKO. DE3IEKIT &t CO.,
tlOslablUhcd in 1850.)'
8Go Broadway, New York,
OFFFR IHB FUUOWIRG FN.IMMD UsT tT
WATCHES, CHAINS, GOLD PENS,
SILVER WARE AND JEWELRY,
WORTH OVK 8750,000!
AT 0E DOLLAR EACH,
Hoi paid until you know.what you receive
) 00 to $200 00
3S 00 100 00
1 GolJ lluntin.'-cased Watches
'.WO Ladies' (jold-castd Watches
800 Solid Silver-cased Watches
175 Soltaire Diamond Rings
1,000 Neck and Guard Chains
2,5i iO Vest and Chatelaine Chains
8,0tH) Gold and Onyx Brooches
y,uoO Gold and Pearl brooches
4,1)00 Gold, Pearl, 4c, Ear Drops
2,500 Gents' Scarf and Breast Pins
4,:iH) Gold and Chased Bracelets
7,500 Oval Band Bracelets
1,000 Gold' Watch Keys and Slides
2,o0 Enameled, Ac., Fleeve Buttons....
3.000 Minature Lockets, Double,
S,'f 0 Minature Lockets, Dial Faced
1,6".") Gold Thimbles, Armlets. Ac
1,500 Masonic Pius and Emblems,
8,J0 Plain and. Chast-d Gold Rings
4.000 Stone Si t and Signet Kings
2,( Ladiis' Buckles, Charms, Ac
7,5oO Setts Gold, Pearl, Ac. Jewelry
S,iO Setts GaruL'tt, Jet, Ac. Jewelry....
2,(.) California Diamond Eings
l.SOO Gold Toothpicks. Crosses, 4c
2.500 Gold Pi n--, J'cneils, Ac
7,000 Gold Pens case and Pencil ,
P. CM Gold pens. Ebony Holders ,
1,000 Silver Ice Pitchers, 4c
1,3"0 Silver Castors, Stands. Ac
1..VXI Silver Card and Cake Baskets
4,000 Silver Cups and Mufjs
ti.'ioo Softs Tea and Table Spoons
:J,ois.i Table and Desert Fork,
5,i0 Silver Fruit and Pie Kuives
4,CH Puirs King", Salt Spoons, Ac
3,i) Silver Tea and call Bells, 4c
4,0" Ovster and Pit kin Forks, Ac
Earh and every article in the atove List i represented by a
certificate.- Thev are placed in similar envelopes and sealed.
Any perou obtaining aertifieate, to be had at our office, or
sent by mail to any address, wilt known hat they may have
for One Dollar.
We charge for sending certificates, paying postage, and do
ing the business, 2.r cent's each. Five will be sent for $1 ;
Eleven for i2: Tiiiktv fr $; Sixtv-Fivf for 510 ; and One
III .sustu for 515.
Any per-on receiving a certificate for an article they may not
de-ire can exchange for any other article in onr List of the
-amc value, tly this method we are enable to furnish the pub
lic with -elections from a rich and varied stock of goods, at a
nominal ori- e, while all hav a chance of securing articles of
th" very highe-t value. We warrant evi rv article as repre
sented or money n funded.
AGENTS Liberal commis-ion and valuable Premium", con-
i-ti:ig i f Watches, Ac, given to Agnt.
8 00 " 45 00
40 00 " 150 00
5 00 " 45 00
4 00 " 60 00
4 00 " 15 00
3 00 ' 18 00
3 00 " 18 00
2 00 13 00
4 00 44 15 00
4 00 " 18 00
3 00 6 00
2 00 u 10 00
1 50 " 9 00
3 00 8 00
4 00 " 7 00
3 00 ' 6 00
3 00 " 8 00
3 00 " 10 00
2 00 " 12 06
5 00 " L'5 00
4 00 " 20 00
3 00 ' 8 00
1 M ' 7 00
1 50 " 8 00
3 00 " 7 00
2 00 " 8 00
20 00 " 50 00
12 00 " 40 00
12 00 35 00
4 00 " 18 00
7 00 " 18 00
10 00 " 20 00
3 00 ' 8 00
3 0O " 8 00
2 00 " 10 00
2 00 " i(d
COFFMAN & EAMES,
Knoxville and Jonesborough, Tennessee,
Manafartvirerti and Who-sa! Dealers in
Tin, Copper, Brass & Shtet Iron
And House Furnishing Goods generally.
Agents for the Hale of
S. H. Eansom & Cos
Comprising a large variety of
Cooking. Parlor aud Heating
S T O YES,
miuui to ma vta.MS or mi riorta or tivsmii.
The n rutation of these Stoves is too well established la thl
country to need comment.
Ww shall at all times Beep on nana a suppij oi i
and an assortment of extra plates fur repairs.
dec-Iy Knoxville and Jonesboro", Tenn.
Sign of the u Big Coffee-Pot,"
Opposite General Tillson't Headquarter,
JUST RECEIVED A LOT OF TIN and
Iron Ware, which will be sold at a reduced price. Wt
have Brass Kettles.Wash Bowls, Candle Sticks, Pepper Boxes,
Graters, Meat Cutters, Soup La lie,, Flesh Forks, Butter Spoons,
Cake Pans, BakingPans, Tea Canisters, Milk Pans, Fancy Cup,,
Match Boxes, Fancy Boxes, Snuffers, Coffee Mills, Fire Shovsis,
Egg Beaters, Spittoons, Ac. Ac.
We are receiving a supply of Cooking Stoves, to which we
call the attention of the public,
ry All kinds of Tinware made to order at short notice.
$3T- Particular attention given to repairing,
r" All orders promptly filled.
"jf. B. A large lot of new Cooking Stoves of the most Im
proved style, extra vessels of all kinds. Also Baks Ovens, Skil
lets and Bread Pans, just received, to which we invite the at
tention of the public. nnT,
njgtf 1. B. H0X8IE.
DR. J. FOUCHE, Dentist,
AETER A3 ABSENCE OF TWO
years, has returned to his old office in Knoxville, grsatly
improved in facilities and information for the practice of his
..,'JK N 2
,2 o V'4'f rWT T 5 t
DR. P. H. CARDWELL
HAS THIS DAY EFFECTED AH
arrangement by which he will be able in the future to
snpply all persons who may desire, from a sing! to a full set of
teeth, on the
VI LC.l.MXEW UI RBER JttASE
Being the latest improvement in our profession, and having
been sufficiently tested to warrant its utility, we take pleasure in
recommending it as being far preferable in many respects to
any other base heretofore used. It can be used in many in
stances where all other materials fail. No one need, therefore,
despair. Call on me, give me your work and I will demonstrate
these facts. . . . . .
Remember that a full set of teeth on this method eost only
half what they would en gold, and yet preferable in all respects.
mStf Respectfully, P. H. CARDWELL.
' Addrcs al
I orders t
GEORGE DEMERIT i CO.,
303 ISroadway, vew York.
J . II. Winslow & Co.
1. 10,000 Watches, Chains, Silver Article;:, Scc.
AVOKTII SuOO.OOO ZZ
T ' I E SOLD AT ONE r'LL.R EACH. WITIIOIT RE
GARD TO VALLE!
i.-A Ic I - i.!.f for r Mil y "r"' W ' -J-A
SFLEXDID LI5T OF ARTICLE.1.
CORN AND COTTON CULTIVATOR.
A 3IACIIINE FOR THE RAPID,
.AA. cheap and tlmrough cultivation of Corn, Cottoa. or
othercrops , planted in row. It ic also used in preparing
the ground and putting n grain, will cultivate well from twn
to frrxhe acres per dev.
We are the sole agent f"r tiie ab..vc machine for Middle and
East Tvnn"c", (ieorgia an l AIaama, and are also agents
for the best
1 and 2 Horse Railway Puiuers aid Threshers,
1 and 4 Horse Lecer Rowers and Threshers,
Rf aping and Mowing Machines, Corn ShelUrs,
Fan Mild, Plows, Field .feeds, Sattlr'a Gang Plows,
irrolari mailed to anv addrevr.
J. II. WARNER A CO.,
dccO- .ni No. 1 Public Square, Nashville, Tenn.
W E. CORNELIUS,
Dealer in all kinda of
MET1IIC AND ZEfC BUBIAL CASES,
General Tunera Undertaker.
Principal office and rooms:
Basement opposite the "Bell House'
On Main street, Knoxville.
Embalming- tlie Dead,
Br J. B. MCCAFFREY, Kmlntlming Surgeon.
Wooden Coffins of ail kinds constantly on hand.
Persons at a distance wishing information in reference to the
dead, can get it by addressing "affrey, Airent at Knox-
MATALIC BURIAL USES.
I RESPECTFULLY INFORM MY CUS-
L TOMr ns ,., i ...i.-.i ,.r ,i.. i. ,.. ... . ..
- ' . . . . . .... . v. . ..... lml.. m. .uu i
style, which 1 will sell reasouabl I alto keep a Hears.
!..,. . . ...i ..r i t. .
novl-Om S. NEWMAN.
I ' II
It W to IS 0O
7 to 10
r to 1" o
s 00 to 10 f"
3 00 to 8 00
f ) to tO Of)
t "0 to .". 'Si
t 0" to 0m
Oi) t 10 Oil
9 ! him.
J. W. FR.IN'ON, f. Jf.
OR SALE. A FING FARM OF 200
Acres heavily timbered. A good frame bouse with Ave rooms
besides hall and kitchen, two log houses, stables. Ac. rich soil.
and lias well. Offered v?ry low.
janlotf COCKRILL A SETMOCR.
OR SALE THE ELEGANT RESI-
DENCE on Hill Street, known as the McPbrrson Hons
one of the aaost beautiful situations and finest houses in the
city. The bonse is large and commodious, the grounds ample,
and well adapted fr ornamentation.
fcp7tf COCKBIlL t SETMOCR.
ALL K1LVD3, -
-t- it Bll
A. L. Leinari s. Cl aries Muore an-1 olhcr.
THIS CAUSE IT APPEARING
ppoarins to the Clerk and Master that lliarles iioore,
j one of th" defendants in this cause, is a non-resident of toe
, State of Tennessee, so that the ordinary process of l?w cannot
j be s-rved upon him : It is therefore ordered that publication
j be mado for four successive weeks in Brownlow's Whig, no-
t tifvinir ,1, A..f,....1.. I K..L. M.utr,. In inwurit the OeVt
and rraines. (Tottnn. Hnv ! Term of tho Chancerv Court in Union county, to ba bell at
and Rag Presses, Warehouse Trucks,
Baggage larrows, Copying Presses,
Ac, &c, A:c, &c.
FAJRBANKS, MORSE & CO.,
125 Walnut Street,
the conrt-house in- Maynardville, ou the flrst Friday after the
third Jlondav of .Inue next, to tilead, answer, or demur to
i complainant's bill, or the same will be taken for confessed and
! sot for hearing ex parte.
j febl4-4t J. W. BRANSON. C. i M.
IRON! IEON!! IRON 11!
LOT OF 1TA3DIERED IRON FOR
janitf sule st W"W. H00NP"!
I- "e ld lluutinz C
l'i t:dd Watches
Ladie,- O'.-ld Watches ,
tJ Ladiri an I Gcnti' Silver Watches
jooo K -voHinj Castors ,
:rm drinking ( ups
cOOO Oval and Chased Sold Bracelets
000 Vest, Neck and Guard Chain
iOOO Ladies' California Diamond Kings
e" Masic Spring and Snap Lockets
le ;..ld IVus with silver Mounted Holders
1nno fj,,n p,.n, ,rj,n Silver Evt'8ion Care
tni.i Sets Ladi. i' Jewelrv
("0 Tea, I'es rt and Table Spoon, per doi...U 0O to 21 00
c'X'O Dessert and Table Forks, per dox -....14 00 to -.4 00
orw Butter Knives, p"r pair r) to 10 00
31"0 Nukin King--, per pair C 00 to 10 00
Zl ") other article 00 to 10 00
Certificates of ail th- various articb s statins what s.vh one
can hive, ore tir-t put into envelopes, sealed up and mixed;
ai d when ordered, are taken ont without regard lo choice and
seat by mail, thus civin all a fair chance. On receipt of the
Certificate, yoa will what yon can have, and then it is at
your option to s- n J one dollar and take the article or not.
One of these envelopes will be sent by mail on receipt of 25
cents ; five for SI ; eleven for 2 ; thirty for 8-1 ; sixty for10;
and on" hundred for $13.
AGENTS wanted everywhere. Great inducements to La-iii-
an I Gents to act as soch. Fail not to send for Circular,
whieh ctvr atrial terms, lull list, and particular. Address,
J. H. 'WINjsLOW & CO.,
ro-22-1m g8 Broadway. N. Y.
f HAVE IN MY POSSESSION FOR
I for distribution, Vouchers irued for purchasers and Ser
vices, viz :
Captain W. J C-lbnrn, Assistant Q. M.
" E. B. Whitman " "
' S. W. Schenk " "
Liant. O. C. French, A. A. Q. M.
H. W. Titus, " " .
Thomas Brown, "
Parties interested will present 5f?morand Eeceipts vithost
delay, and recelr? the Vouchers. W. A. WAI5 WRIGHT,
- itn2l-im "apt. snd Chief A. Q. M. P. f Tenn.
S. HOLMES & SON,
MANUFACTURERS ! IMPORTERS,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Wall Paper and Paper Curtains,
WINDOW SHADES AND FIXTURES,
No. 65 West rourtli Street,
Vljviuin:? Pike's ipera Honse, ( lyf'IXSA TI. '.'HI".
URS IS THE OLDEST HOUSE IN
Established in 1819.
We keep the largest st'ck, and eel! at tb lo.t price.
Our Retail Department of
cannot becxeelied in the country.
IS. IIOL.'tll'S A: SO",
So. Wt fourth St., adjoining Pike's Opera Uouse,
jan'il-T.m Cincinnati, Ohio.
ISSOLUTION. THE Pabtnershi? op
L. . Holden. i. A. Miller A Georire Salisborv In tha
namecf the firms of Helden A Ttfiller and Holden, Miller k
KalUbury, is hereby mutually dissolved, this the 1Mb day ef
Tha business cf the above firms will be closed bv L 9 Hol
den A G. A. Miller, together. L. HOLDEV
G. A. MILLER!
febT-tf-' GEO. SAI lsBlRV.
I AW NOTICE. HOLDEN i SALIS-
JJ BCRV, Dandridge, T nnnessee. Th undersigned hava
thia day entered into partnership In the practice of Law in
the SCnte and Federal Loans for East Tennessee.
January 15th, 18fi6. L A. HOLDEN, '
NOTICE OF WITHDRAWAL.
HE. BARNES has this day withdrawn front the firm of
. J. H. rcseendea A i'o.
J. B. f essendea and 9. A. Critundeu will antlnus thebusi
neas, assuming all UabUitias, and mskiug all rollrction.
Knvlla, Tenn., I. 4th, 4cl3tf
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