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-lit?' ,i"twl 1 the n-m of Jans K. Hume Heir of; on
UM iiJ4,B.d'dji,,ln't WB n- Tax.4 for
IrS;. i? lwa' 1864 T 050 00, Levy foe
, rk fe 51 M. Printer' fee SI 60. ToUl S0 00.
I Lotlisted in the cum of Mary 0. Havely, o. 4 north. In
pw, Jtabry art Selson Addllion, adjoining John Glen,
iV,0L,'d Wt, r th year I860, ISt.l. 18f.a, IS63, ltfGt and
u!ri Lax tn f 51 w n'rk f M. Printer's
81 60. Total $35 25.
4 5 lota listed in th. name of Gaorre W Church well Ueirs 0r,
'""""t " Main trt,adioininrUnd of John Ryno, fswaa a
Heir 8. Morrow's limn, and J C McDannel's, for the years
Iwi18?11,8 'I3. " l- Tax ?28fi 60. levy fee
. V .r I fl W' Prin" SI 6- Total $20 M.
? n w name of John It. Selson's Heirs of, on
- " ' vumoeriand etreet, and adjoining W G
WDWfl H1! 8. lni, and 1M.2. Tax "ii, lew
C.' " 51 69' rrinter ' fe . Total p a.
1 Lot hated in th name of Henry Echard, in Temple s addi-
man a n1 Jama sT Xt .
""-a was voiun v. diunu Bnfl M taf"a I ITail trw.
lMW, iMil, lH.a. 16.1, 184 ,n1
SI f . ?1 00, Printer
leKS. Tax S17 60, clerk fee
I" 51 i. Total f II Hi.
ww i in tne nam. of John H Tarker, in 6wan. Mabry
w, itJJ'UoI,,.OB Mry street, for tbe yean lew. jsol,
7f- i V".?. 'J5'. No'75- 1. " Tax S3 on.
TV . 1 V l.'rk SI s printer . fee 51 M. Total 541 o.
1 Lot listed m tbe name i.f . P.i. u-. r . -i,.-h
Mreet, near Temperance Hall, So. , Sonth, for l.3. 1--4 a
f? u,t fn the name of 8 A White Heir, of, valued at
53,000 00, on White's Hill, adioinine White's Cprinr. J A Ma-
. CHAKCERY COTJET EUILEDGE.
William MeFarlaad, Adni'r of H. P. Shannon, dee'd, rt.
Robert H. Shannon and other.
THE DEFENDANTS, EOBEET IL
Shannon and Jaa. K. UUI. belnsno"-"i,"?l.of.!ki!
of Tenneeeee, aa tharpsl in the bill : I i ordered that on plica
tion be made for four eneeeeeiTe week. In B"?1"
notifying Mid Eob t H. Shannon and 1 Jm- . HJM. ippear
-before the Chancery Conrt at K u u-";. : r "T,
of Jnne next, then and there u m '"7
.u. 111 v. ... 1. r..mhfg aaa
IMC MUIV Mill K " " .
parte a. to t hem. A tree epy of the order.
May 8, 18fi6-rf3
C. C. SMITH, C. i M.
J. J. " " no J nruaanrll and otner, it 1 ; -l!.3
and W4. Tax 50. leTy tee $1 00, clerk'. f- V
pnnter a fee l . Total 5 00. ,
1 Lot ll.led in f h. r u1 i n....ll ltneen umijer-
wv ....... iu ui uaiiir 11 r iknii! iii'irn 01, id 1 dnpte h
tion, adjiiinn A f-h"ater and lle for the ver of li0
, 18ta, leUand Tax $1 7 kiy fee SI mi
fee SI in, printer' S Total 7".. '
1, "nd Min ,t, adjoininc Heir, of William Mian,
. tax 51.1 o). rlerk fee SI leT I" r""
lee ?1 t. Total 19 00.
1 Lot lifted in the name of C S D Lea and I! D ETans,
Tru.ue, on Xorth aide Mahry ttreet. in Temple'" Addition, lor
year. 13, fu4 ,D1j jKo Tax fJ '"J tn l ". rl'rk '
fee SI 60, printer', fee ?1 60. Total M2 5".
Lota I luted in the nanieof Jamc Bell, in Temple Addi
tion, adjoining Lake Wild", and on North Mabry etre-t. (or
the year. I,, lsj, 8i'4and IMiA. Tax 511 S, levy fee 1 ,
l'rk'a fee 1 V, printer', fee il .V. Total li! .it.
17 Lot lited in the name of Joph Devenport, in Sneed,
King t Addition. Jmdjolning N A Hardee and Fir"t reek,
for tne veare la. 1""4 and Tax i 6(. levy f,N-51 ..
I- rk a tee tl printer fee il .Vi. Total S3 W.
1 Lot luted in tbe name of John Ci McClaoahan, on tli
N)uth aide of Main etreet on fimt Creek and known the Mill
rroparty. for Ihe year. lMl, ls, iwi. Tax Sli 00. levy fee
jl ', clerk 'a f-e ?I 5u, printer". ?1 Si. ToUl th (0.
2 Lot listed in the name R L Herudon, the on Southnide of
nincb street. No. JA honth in Bwan, Mabry A Nelson a Addi
tion for the year, lfi't, lejo aDd ltttil. Tax S18 00, levy fee
il , clerk s fee f 1 iO, printer a fee Jl 50. Total J22 t.
I Lot Muted iri tbe name of Ir. Jame. Rodfrers. on the North
aide of Main .treet, adjoininfr Wm. Swan'. Heir, and othern.
tor the year. 18..9 and IMjO. Tax ..8 levy fee SI i, ( lerk's
tee 1 M. printer's fee SI 5o. Total fr,2 (JO.
1 LotliFted in the name of James O. Tatton, for the year
lt,!l. alned at :i,0, on the North side East Hiph street,
Mdioining Horaca Fiter and huttvily. Tax .Vi ('. levy
fee 1 tin, clerk's fee 51 .'hi, printer a fee SI ;. Total i'J
1 Lot listed in the name of Henry Hommell. on the North-
ideof itabry afreet in Temple's Addition, and adjoint 1.
Newman, for the v-eara lMj, 11:1, 181,2, lu8. ikj4 and 1 ;.".
Tax SlH .vi, h vy fe 1 , clerk', fee ?1 .W, printer', fee SI .XI
Ttal S2i M).
2 Arrce listed in the name of Tho A K Nelson, on the
Vorth ide of Mabry street, and ad.toininc Kirt t:reek, and
known as the Boon propertv, valued at S4,f' Ki. Tax M0 ',
I'lYrl?' ?1 "P' cl, rk " ft ?! 5". printer', fe.- Si -1. Total
l LmI ll.ted in ihe name of 11 F Kyans Heirs of, in Temple's
32 Lots and n Ai res listed in the name of W i Swan, valued
t $J.M.Mi, adjoining land, of C I'owcll, J H Van (iilder
Pinckney I'epg and Kir.t Creek, and lots No. 4X r.i. . 31 .10
I ., la, 81. 4, ..h, : 3, a04 :m, j sWMJ, Jlabry A Ni U.m'.
iuuiiiuu ior yars ip'i", ana 1st.;. Tax Sl s.i. Iotv f-e
l .', clerk's fee 1 .VJ, printer's fee SI Total ii".
5 Aeres li-ted in the name of Holston Manufacturing ..m
pany, f.ir the year in;2, adioining Ilolston l!iv-r and f Jlc
Camniou's llir-. Tax Si i, levy fee SI clerk's t.-c 1 vi
printer fief 1 Total 24 dO.
1 Lot listed in name of Tliomni l'arham, in Temple's Aildi
tion, adjoining Will Martin and Bnrcln lls, f,ji the years I mi
""I, , 1H-J3 and 18... Tax 17 , lew fee 1 . clerk's fee
Il .'). printer's fee SI j. Total S-l ""-
1 Lot, ft Acre, listed in the nam of William Ingles, on JI
bry atreet and First Crfk and Welther H"irs valued at
Mt.lXiO (W, taxed fiw the year 1m J. Tax 3H.I, levy fee 1 ti)
eUrk'. fee SI printer', fee SI :". Total So (i. " '
3 Acre listed m the name of C. I'owell, on First ("reek and
n hontb eide Mabry street and Welcher'g Heirs and other
fDr the year. 180 and IMS. Tax SUK) mi, clerk's fee 1 Mi levy
fee Jl t., printer . fee SI W. Total Silt 00. '
1 Lot listed lu the name of J. L. Wilson, on South aide East
High Street, adjoining Tom Owl Monday, for the years of lUt-i,
IM, la, lmi and lltol. Tax Sit 00, clerk", fee SI so levy
fee 1 l, printer's fee SI 00. Total SJ2 00. '
1 Lot listed in tbe name of DC llommel. No. 41 and 14,
sontli, frootinc Wm Craig'a Heir, for the year, of ISC, 1m!
Tax 1W O", levy fee SI ', clerk s fue SI :', printer a fee SI
Total fi w,
1 Lot lited in the name of F Neuibert, on First Crei k, and
fronting on Main street, for the year lwio. Tax ?; no. 'levy
fee SI 00, ilerk s fee SI .V), printer's fee SI Total lo :,o.
1 Lot listed in the flame of Samuel M StcCarthy, adjoining
and. W S Kennedy and William Craig's Heir, and U F Hill
for the years letii, lf'ii. lsr.4, valued at SlKXi (i Tax i'
levyfacll 0", clerk's f- SI printerV f.c ?1 Total'
2 Lot. It-tod in the name of J 11 Ncleoti, valued at SI'"'
and No. 39 and lit'. Swan, Mabry A- Nelson's Addition for the
year lon.Cl, 1m?, l.-Ki, IM.f and mr.. Tax I9 no Kvy
lee SI , clerk e fv SI :, printer", f. SI :-0. Total -2.J 00.
l'i Lota listed in the nsnie of Mathew Nelson, valued at
S2.400 00, No. 71. K, !'l, 47, 04, and 21, in Swan. M.brv
A Nel-on sAddltion.'fcr the ears l'K'. 1S61. 1m,; 1m: 1.4 4
, Tax IH SO, levy fe Sl'co. clerk's fee l .v. ',,rinter lee
SI &o. Total S13 vi.
2 Loto lisu-d in the name vt William ( raip, adioining
W S Kennedy and No. a; and 10. san Mabrv v.
Addition, near Temperance Hall and occupied by Mrs William
Craip, for th years of 11. 12. 13 an(i valued at
rt,v it', lax io 00, levv f ?l (i, clerk's fee 1 sn prin
ter'e fee SI f". Total SM 00.
4 Lots listed in the name 01 John B Ricardi, in Temple's
ddltlon for the year. Iw'J, ly.2, lwO. l'.t aud jHX
5 75, levy ft- l (', cleik's fee SI printer' r-e y :j
I Lot listed in the name of IY-tur Iiirardi in Swan. -Mabry .V
Nelon' Addition for tbe year. lMrl and 1m 5, valued at S-'X'-
Tax A CO, levy fee 1 Co, clerk's fee 1 50, printer's fee 1
Tatkl s 00.
1 Lot listed in the name of Zack V llurnctt, adjoining .1 K
Jouae, Henry l'avo-and others, for the year Im'O. 1m:i 1m,2
1v4, 1m 4 and 1m.. Tax 2-1 'J. levy fe'cl 0. rl'-rk'e Cr I v.
i rtaler s fee l .'0. Total S27
I Lot listed in the name of J W Duiikerley. in Swan. Mabry
A a'alai n' Addition, for the vear. of IMiO. iMi'Jand 1m
at 2.'0 W. Tax 6 13, levy f-e 1 on, clerk's 1 V p,in
tfr'a tie 1 .'. Total S10 11. 1
1 lx't li-tedin the name oflBabella Orborne. corner of Clinch
mmt Fatton ttreeti, for the year. 1m;i, 1m;2, jMjS. m,4 and 1,.
printer's fee l .vi.
Coalby Dalton, Adm'r, rfo, t. Jane Hipshire and others.
THE .IIESIDKNUE Ut TUE DEFENDANTS,
I 1 i,!.m Hipehire and David Hipshire, beinc nnknowi
to the complaiuant aa charged in the bill : It is ordered that
publication be made for for four .nceeesive weeks in Brown
low'a Whig, notifying .aid Archibald Hipshire and David
Hipshire to appear before the Chancery Court at Rut ledge, on
th. third Monday of Jnne next, then and there to mika de-
fenee to said bill, or the same will be taken for confessed, and
aet for naanngei pane a. 10 mem. A true copy of tbe order.
May 8, leoo-pia fj. C. SMITH, CAM
Coalby Dalton, Adm'r, Ac, vs. Mary Dotson and others
THE RESIDENCE OF THE DEFEN
.A DAKT, David Hipehire, being unknown to the com
plainant, a. charged in the bill : It is ordered that publication
be made for fonr successive week, in Brownlow a Whig. co;i
fying said David Hipshire to appear before the Chancery
C'ouit at Bntledge, on tbe third Monday of Jnne next, then
and there to make defense to said bill, or tbe same will be
taken for confessed and aet for hearing ex parte a. to him
A true copv of the ordr.
May 0, 186(5, plO C. C. SMITn, C. A M.
Jauics and William "Williams, surviving partners, A
vs. James T. Carmichacl, and others.
THE DEFENDANT, JAMES T. (JAR-
MICHAEL, being a non-resident of the ttate of Tennessee, a.
cnargea in menu: it i ordered that publication be made
for four successive weeks in Browclow's Whig, notifying .aid
james 1. larmicnaci 10 appear on the third Monday of Jane
next, before the Chancery Conrt at Rntledge, then and there
make his defence to said bill or the same will be taken for
coniessea ana set ior bearing ex
copv of the order.
May 9, 1 660 pft C. C
parte as to him. A true
SMITH, C. A M.
Willi am McConnell, AJinr of Lafayette IIiablre, dec'J,
vs. Henry Hipshire knd others.
THE DEFEND ANTS,D AVID I11PSHIKE
and Archibald Hipshire, being non-residentsof the State of
Tennessee, as charged in the bill : It is ordered that publica
tion be made for four .nccessive weeks in Brownlow'. Whig.
notifying said non-resident defendant, to appear before tbe
Chancery Court at Rutledge, on the third Monday of June
next, then and there to make their defense to the bill, or the
same vol lie taken lor confessed, and set f"r hearing ex
parte as tothem. A trnecopyof theorder.
May 9, 1S66 pfj C. C. SMITH, C. A M.
f 10 levy fee 1 00, clerk's 1
1 Ltt lifted in the name of 31 3t Waggoner, on corner of
Mm and Water street, and adjoin. John Ce.venaugli. for the
jnsrt l.vand 1:i. Tax 10 on, levy fee 1 (, clerk s fee 1 X'
fnmtei - tee 1 M. Total 14 00. '
fj 1.. t listed in tho name of John L .Moecp. No 4.. North,
i eniug Horace Foster, forthe year, lsijo, im, 1(,
band lwi. Tax 6 W. levy fee 1 clerk' fee 1 .'o. prin
(n i fee 1 . Total S9 93.
i Lota listed in the name of Afat Allison Heirs of, in Tem
M l Addition, near First Creek, for the yearslw,. I.M.2. imn,
ItVe and 1m.'i. Tax 1 .v.', levy fee 1 "0, cierk's f.T 1 .vi. prin
ter a lee l 50. Total fx 50.
1 Lot listed in the name of Samuel Courtney, No. 10, South
Cfcaarll street and adjein. 8 Patton's Heirs, for the years m;1,
13 lMt, lMi4 and 1k". Tax 12 00, levy f.-e 1 00, clerk's f-e
1 '. printer's fee l is. Total Sl'J 00.
I Lot listed in the name William Brown on Climb stri ct,
adnata. Patton's Heirs, for th year, ls'-o, lsi;. 1M.2, l.Mii and
Tax 1 .'I, clerk's fee I jO, levy f.-e 1 110. printer"" f-e
I Total 19 :ts.
1 Ivd listed in the name of Henderson Clapp, in Temple s
aMitioa, and adjoin. E J Nnnce. tor the year Imvi, n.j, and
. Tax i 50, coUector's fee 1 00, clerk's tee 1 :o, printer
.vt. Total Sin 50."
al kt listed in tbe name of John Meek, adjoins E S McClana
ban, fcr the year. 1661-C2-C3-64-6. Tax 40 00, collector', fee
1 00, dark's fee 1 60, printer's fee 1 5n. Total 44 00
1 lot listed in the name of Mrs E 0 Nance, adjoining Hen
derson Clapp, for the years 1S61-62-68-64-65 Tax 4 00, collec
tor's fee 1 00, clerk's fee 1 8", printer', fee 1 50 Total 8 on
1 lot listed in the name of A Kennedy, between Cumberland
and Main street, and adjoins Swan's heirs, for the year 162
Tea 1 60, collector's fee 1 00, clerk's fee 1 9, printer's fee 1 50
Total M 60
1 let listed in the name of Alexander Mc Bath, on Main street
and Vt Creek, for the year. l62-fo Tax 6 00, collector's
faa 1 P, clerk's fee 1 60, printer's fee I 60 ToUl 10 00
1lea listed in the name of James Smith, adjoining John
Mai, lor the year. 186t-C8 Tax 2 On, collector's fee 1 ,
caw s e 1 50, printer's fee 1 50 ToUl 6 00
Hi mat listed in the name of W 8 Vail, in Temple's addition,
liniag Tom Parham and John Hays, for the year 1S02 Tax
i 4", eavlector's tee 1 00, clerk's fee 1 .' printer's fee 15"
7ks 1 00
t i Ms listed in tbe name of Thomas Burchwell, in Tempie';
addauaa, adjoining Hays and Farham, for the years 1601 and 6.1
rax 1 50, collector's fee 1 ", clerk's fee 1 .", printer's fee 1 50
Total 14 oO
Ona-kalf lot listed in the name of E N Wing, on north tide of
East atrvat and adjoiniug J L Moses and Horace Foster, lor the
year valued at 150 Tax 1 50, collector's fee 1 to, clerk's
fee 1 5, printer's fee 1 50 Total 5 50
1 1st HsicSl in the name of E Watkins' heirs, on the north
aide f Cumberland street, adjoining 8 Thompson and 8 Mc
OaaiBita's heirs, for the years 1S03-64-6"', valued at 4A Tax
1 ao, eailactor's fee 1 0", clerk's fee 1 50, printer's fee 1 50
K-l 14 00
1 (at luted in the name of M 8 Wilds, ad mining Luke Wilds
a d aaary street, for the year 156 valued at f 2o0 Tax 4 (O,
aaillecaar'a fee 1 00, clerk', fee 1 50, printer's fee 1 50 Total 6 00
1 lot ksted in the came of John Sanders, adjoins Patton's
hairs and Brown's lot, and fronts on Clinch street, for lst5
Tax 4 o. collector's fee 1 00, clerk's fee 1 50, printer's fee 1 50
ax 8 00
. 1 lot listed in the name of W H Snced, in Sneed, King A Co's
Addition, in bend of First Creek, for l6tf-tU-65, valued at f 150
Tax 8 00, collector's fee 1 00, clerk's fee 1 '0, printer's fee 1 50
Total J 00
1 lot listed in the name of Lane Simmons' heirs, adjoins D C
Hommell and Henry Glass, for 1S6., valued at ti'K) Tax 4 00,
collectors fee 1 "0, clerk s fee 1 50, printer's fee 1 50, total 8 00
1 lot listed In the name of Henry Ryan, valued at 10", In
Temple 'a addition, ad loins F H Ryan's heirs and Showter's,
for l$6S-t"4- Tax 7 2 , collector's fee 1 00, clerk's fe 1 50.
printer's fee 1 50 Total 11 8 .
1 lot listed in the name of W H Plumlec, valued at $t'X, No
i soath Clinch street, known as the Henderson house, for 1SC4
-4 Tat J 2 collector s fee 1 " clerk's fee 1 50, printer's fee
1 60 Total 11 2
1 lots listed in the name of D B Nelson, valued at f 1 -', in
Swan, laacyA Nelson's addition, for ls&-o4-o5 Tax 9 0",
elector's feel 0", clerk's fee 1 -', printer's fee 1 "' Total
r 1 lots listed in the name of James Moses, valued at $450, in
Temwia's addition, adioining Shewaters' lot, for U61-0l---64-6
Taat 1 (', collector's fee 1 00, clerk's fee 1 50, printers fee
1 Vj Total 83 00
1 lot -ted in the name of J C and J L Moses, valued at $lo0,
adjoin W kvwan's heirs and 1ain street, for lslMi2-ftJ-64-t"
Bax 4 Of1, collector's fee 1 "', clerk's fee 1 v, printer's fes 1 so
1 lat ltatad in the name of Jary Davis, valued at 30 on
aoatk aid clinch street, No 16 south in Jfabry,Swan A Nelson's
aU"", for Tax S 00, collector's fee i "0, clerk's fee
I 5 fratter'i fee 1 5n Total 10 00
1 a( Rated in the name of David Brown, valued t wirrn i.
losasas Patton's heirs and fronU on Clinch street and John
tracts, fcr ISA'. Tax 4 on, collector's fee 1 "".clerk's fee 1
jaaasars fc 1 j0 Total e 00
:latd in the nam of J T Enrdine". heirs, valued t 1600
adjWasj Lake Wilds and on Jabry street, for 1SA3-64-65 Tax
10 , ilctors fee 1 clerk '. fe 1 ', printer's fee 1 v
Taasi M S
I kMB aavi 0 acres listed in the name of 8T Atkin, JeGhee A
,ad Janes H Cowan, and fronts on Water street, and occu
pied r C A Wisenerani Kavenaugh, for l61-62-3-64-4 Tax
15 aelaactor's fee 1 00, clerk's fee 1 -0, printer's fee 1 50
t Sr listed in the name of Thomas P Wright, valued at 1100,
oa $tk1 street, and formerly owned by J H Tarker, for 1S04,
lejg i 04. aallector's fee 1 fi'. clerk's fee 1 50. printer's fee 1 50
t as Bated in tLe name of yntha Nelson, valued at f ;00. an
lltakle Cumberland street, adjoining Browclow's lot. for
latiaWM Tax 10 if. collector's fee 1 00. clerk's fee 1 prin-usr-i
ar 1 'O Total 14 .-0
ataa. lasted in the name of James (' JcIntosb. valued at f Son,
en foae street and adjoins Luke Wilds, fer !S6$-f4 Tax 16 00
Li.s':r's are 1 " clerk's fee 1 ', printer's fee 1 5" Total
1 Sk listed in the name of TD Hanegan. valued at f2'. in
(ma. Jhbry k Nelson's addition, for lstio Tax 1 2 collec
tor' Im 1 O.i. clerk's fee 1 5o. printer's fee 1 50 Total 5 2j
I lot listed In the came of W H Gilbert, on Jabry street, ad
jjsimnd Jfoses Claiborne, in Swan. Jfabry k Nelson's addition,
and occupied by Alexander Davis, for the years 1559-iO-B-t
-64 23 S .. collector's fee 1 00, clerk's fee 1 printer's
fee 1 Toul 27 4.
A. E. FORM WALT,
Tsx Collector for East Kaoxville Corporation.
Sa4 U appearing tc the Conrt that the lots, tracts of lane1
and parts of town lota mentioned in the report have been dal
Bsfea for the years mentioned therein, and that publication bat
bn dc'y de, requiring the owners to pay the T xes there
an fcc the years mentioned in the report; and it also appear
bg to Ue Court that said Taxes remain due and undaid, ano
that tbe owners have no personal property in the county o
goes which can be dhrtrained upon by the said collector fo
to taxes oosta and charge.
Fbercfcjre it is considered Ly the conrt that judrment be
oud she ane U hereby entered against the aforeaaid Tracu o!
X.grwi, T 0 Lou and paru of To n Lots, in the name o
the Corporation of East Kaoxville, for tbe sum annexed U
nmeh, being the amount of taxes, cosu and charge dm
severally thereupon, lor the taxes therein mentioned.
And it i ordered by the court that the raid several Lots and
Tract of Land and parts of Towa Lot, or so much of them a
ahall he sufficient V atisfy the taxes, costs and charges annex
ed be ct ndemn" .ad sold as tbe law direct., and it is or--A
)..t ma r . of aale issue.
Thereupon yon, tbe said Adam It. Formwalt, Tax Collector,
fortbeCorporatiooaforaaid, are hereby commanded to expos,
the aforesaid tracts of land, town lota and parts of town lota.
or ao much ot eai-n 01 tuerawusj irr k i pay n
taxes, cost and charges aforesaid, to public sale a the law di--ti
.nt auki retnm of this writ at a Circuit Conrt to b.
betl for tbe county of Knox, at the conrt house in Knoiville,
on tbe M Hotidsy in t'ctots r n",
Win. McConnell. Adm'r, Ac, vs. Henry Hipehire and
THE INSOLVENCY OF THE ESTATE
of Lafayette Hip'hire, deceased, having been suggested, and a
Din niea in tne cnancery tonrt at It ut led ce. bv the Admiuis
trator, against the Heirs at Law and Creditors, praying that
said estate may be administered in said Court as an'insolvent
estate: It is ordered by the Clerk and Master that publica
tion be made for lour successive weeks in Brownlow's Whig,
' notifying all th Creditors of said estate to come forward and
present their claims, and have themselves made parties to the
mi in tne time ant manner prescrliied by law, or they will
be forever barred. A true copv of theorder.
May ISfifi pfj C. C. SMITH, C. A M.
William McCotinci!, AJui'r. .lc, and Samuel Gill, vf.
Kunsoui H. I'orrv and others.
THE NAMES OF THE HKlIiSat LAW
of John lines, being unknown, and they being non-residents
of the Statu of Tennessee, and the names and residence, of
tLe heirs at law of (ieorge and William Ime, except those of
tbe defendant, Ransom H. Perry and vtifc, being unknown,
a charged iu tbe bill: It is ordered that publication be
made for fonr successive weeks in Brownlow'. Whig, notify
ing tbe said Heirs at Law of John Imes. George Imes. and
William Imes, to appear before the Chancery Court at
Rntledge, on the third Uondiy of June next, then and there
to make defense to said bill, or the same will be taken for
for confessed and set for hearing ex parte as to them. A
trne copy of the order.
May 9, 1SC6 pf5 C. C. SMITH, C. & M.
Perry Mills and another vs. Lafayette Jennings.
THE DEFENDANT, Lafayette Jennings,
being a non-resident of the State of Tennessee, as charged in
the bill : It is ordered that publication be made for four suc
cessive weeks in Brownlow'. Whig, notifying said defendant
Jennings to appear before the Chancery Court at Rutlcdge,
on the third Monday in June next, (hen and there to make
defense to said bill, or the same will be taken for confessed,
and set for hearing ex parte A true copv of the order.
May 1, 186G pf 6 C. C. SMITH, C. A M.
Jatncs T. Shields vs. James Stroud and others.
THE DEFENDANT. JAMES STEOUJ:
being a non-resident of the State of Tennessee, as charged in
the bill: It is ordered that publication be made for four suc
ces.sive weeks in Brownlow's Whig, notifying said James Stroud
to appear before the Chancery Court at Rntledge, on the
third Monday of .Inno next, then and thereto make his de
fense to ths said bill, or the same will be taken for confessed,
and set forhearinc ex parte as to him. A true conv of the
order. May P, li-Oo rf-
C. C. SMITH, C. A M.
ewis A. Garret!, Adm'r of the estate of Reuben (Jrove,
dee'd, vs. Elizabeth M. Grove and others.
THE DEFENDANTS, ELIZABETH M.
GROVE. George A. Grove, Rankin, Dnnn A Co., and C. B.
Johnson, being non-residents of tho State of Tennessee, and
me resume 01 tne asienuants, tu. 15. Stoddard A Co", A. A. Ha
zard A Co.. and Horsey 4 Co., being unknown, as charged in
the bill : It i ordered (hat publication be made for foui suc-
ces-ive weeks iu Brownlow's Whig, notifying said defendant.
10 appear o. lore me tnanccry Court at liutledge, on the
third Monday of June next, then and there to make defsnen
to baid bill, or the same will b taken for confessed and set for
hearing ex parte a to them. A true conv of the order.
May 0, 1866 rf5 C. C. SMITH, C. A M.
Lewis A. Garret;, Adm'r of Reuben Grove. dec'J. vs.
Eiir.abcth M. Grove, ct als.
THE INSOLVENCY OF THE ESTATE
of Reuben Grove, deceased, having been suggested and the
Administrator having filed an Amended bill in the Chancery
Court at Rntledge, against the Widow, an Heir at Law, and
Creditors, praying that said estate may be administered in
said Court, as an insolvent estate : It is ordered by the Clerk
and Masler, that publication be made for four successive
weeks in Brownlow's Whig, notifying all tbe creditors of said
estate to come forward Hnd present their claims, and have
thisaelves made parties to the bill in the time and manner
prescribed by law, or they will be forever barred. A true
copy of the order.
May 9, 1866-4tpfi C. C. SMITH, C. A M.
Dr. M. LYTLE'S ELIXIR,
THE GliEAT SOUTHERN REMEDY
Fur the aa'-, sjccdj and effectual Cure of
Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Cholera Morbus,
Griping Pains attended with severe
Purging of the Bowels, General
Debility and Prostration of
It has loug been sold, and has stood the test of time, and
has continually sei ured new advocates to its merit!, possess
ing highly aromatic, and .tonic, as well as the excellent
carminative qualities, of several native plants, which, during
a serious research, have been So blended, that it has proved by
its astonishing eibcacy upon the bowels and stomach, to be
the safest and best medicine for general u-e. now known, for
alMIae of the bowels and stomach.
K. J. SANF0IU) & CO..
Wholesale Agents forthe United States.
Sold by 1) AfiKhi ll Co.. Knoxville : Dr R V Scruggs,
Sweetwater : J M Sawyers, -1aynardville : J Gray Smith.
JVaryville ; J Jf Sawyers. Rntledge; R II Ashniore. .Tfossy
Creek; Currier 4 Co, Jfaryville, Tenn. may.'tf
Circuit Court, nd Judicial Circuit, Knox county, Tenn.
A. Keener vs. John Cliff.
TT A1TEARING FROM THE AFFI-
I DAVIT of the plaintiff in this cause that the defendant,
John CliT, is a non-resident of the State of Tennessee or so
absconds or conceals himself that the ordinary process of law
cannot be served upon him: 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
to be held for the county of Knex, at tbe court house in Knox
ville on the second Monday of June next, then and there to
plead, answer or demur to the suit and demand of the plaintiff,
or the fame will then be proceeded with ex parte. Witness, 8.
H. Smith, Clerk of said court at office in Knoxville, May 5th,
I860. may9, lc6fi" 8. H. 8MIT1I, Clerk.
Mary Chamberlain vs. Daniel C. Chamberlain.
TT APPEARING FROM THE AFFI-
-1- DAVIT ef the plaintiff in this cause that the defendant is a
non-resident of the State of Tennessee or so absconds or con
ceals himself that the ordinary process of iaw cannot be served
npon him: It is ordered that publication be made for fonr suc
cessive weeks in Brownlow's Whig, notifying the said defend
ant to appaar at the next term of the circuit court to be held
Tor the county of Knox at the court house in Knoxville, on the
second Monday of June next, then and there to plead, answer
or demur to the suit and demand of the plaintiff, or the same
wiil then be proaeeded with ex parte. Withess. 8. H. Smith,
Clerk of said court at cilice in Knoxville, May 5th, ls66.
may9,lS66 S. H. SMITH, Clerk.
Jos. Fan- vs. 1). F. Budget t aud William Mountcastle.
TT APPEARING FROM THE AFFI-
-1- DAVIT ef the plaintiff in this cause that the defendants are
non-residents of tbe State of Tennessee, or so abscond sr con
ceal themselves that the ordinary process of law cannot be
served upon them: It is oruered that publication be mad for
four successive weeks in Brownlow's Whig, notifying the said
defendants to appear at the next term of t!ie circuit court to bs
held for the county of Knox at the court house in Knoxville, on
the second Monday of June next, then and there to plead an
swer or demur to the suit and demand of the plaintiff, or the
same will then be proceeded with ex parte. Witness, 8. H.
fcmith. Clerk or said court, at cmce tn Knoxville, May 5, 1S66.
may?, lSot 8. H. SMITH, Clerk.
George W. Bicknell vs. G. W. Kirk.
APPEARING FROM THE AFFI-
DAVIT of the plaintiff in this cause that the defendant is a
non-reeident of the State of Tennessee or so absconds or con
ceals himself that the ordinary process of law cannot be served
upon him : It is ordered that publication be made for foar suc
cessive weexs in Brownlow s Whig, notifying said defendant to
appear at the next term of the circuit court to be beld for
Knox county, at the court house in Knoxville, on the second
Monday of June next, then and there to plead, answer or de
mur to the suit and demand of the plaintiff, or the same will be
proceeded with ex parte. Witness, 8. U. Smith, Clerk of said
court, at Knoxville, May 5th, 1606.
ma,, 1?- P- u smith, Clerk.
Joseph Lptou vs. George W. Kirk.
TT APPEARING FROM THE AFFI-
J- DAVIT of the plaintiff in this cause, that th defendant is a
non-resident of the State of Tennessee, or so absconds or con
ceals himself that the ordinary process of law cannot be setved
upon him : It is ordered that publication b made for four suc
cessive weeks in Brownlow's Whig, notifying, said defendant to
appear at the next term of the circuit court to be held for
Knox county at the court house in Knoxville, on the second
Monday of June next, then and there to plead, answer or de
mur ta tbe suit and demand of the plaintiff, or the same will
then be proceeded with ex parte Witness. 8- H. Smith, Oerk
of said court at office in Knoxville, May 5, 1566.
maj9,IS66 - 8. H. SMITH, Clerk.
Jobn Carson vs. George W. Kirk.
APPEARING FROM THE AFFI-
DA IT of the plaintiff in this cause, that the defendant ia a
ion -resident of the state 01 Tennessee or so absconds or co -seals
himself that the ordinary process of law cannot be served
upon him : It is ordered that publication be made for four suc
cessive weeks in Browclow's Whig, notifying said defendant to
sppear at the next term of the circuit conrt to beheld for Knox
county at the court house in Knoxville, on tbe see ond Monda)
of Jane next, then and there to plead, answer or demur to the
suit and demand of the plaintiff, or she same will be proceed'
wi h ex parte. Witness, 8. H. Smith, clerk of said court a
omc in Knoxville, May 5, 156&
may'J, lS6d S. H. SMITH, Clerk.
James A. Clapp ve. J. hn H. Saayers.
T APPEARING FROM THE AFFI-
1 DAVIT of the plaintiff in this cause that tbe defendant;
a non-reident of the State of Tennessee, or so absconds
conceal, himself that the ordinary proce-s of law cannot b
served npon him : 1 1 i. therefore ordered that publication b,
made In Brownlow's Whig for four auceesaive weeks, notify
ing the aaid John H. Sawyers, to appear at the next Term o,
th Circuit Court, to be beld for the county of Knox, at the
court house in KmrTHiepn J..,mn,,
' SHERIFF'S SALES.
T WILL SELL, FOR CASH, AT THE
J- court bens door la tb town af Sevierville, on th 8th dav
of Jane, 1866, all th right, title and Interest that B. D. Bran
son aaa ta the following described Tracts of Land : Th undi
vided Interest, that lying and beiLg in the 7th civil district of
eevier oonnty, containing tnre nunared acres, adjoining th
anas i james n. cms, mary m. ascinuit ana otners ; the un
divided Interest be has in a certain Tract of Land lying and
aeinf in u oin ciru aistnct, containing one nundred acres,
adjoining tne lands or Joel Hudson, Daniel Kelly and others
ail the undivided interest the said Brabson has in a Tract. It
ing and being in the Sth district, containing on hundred and
seventy acres, adjoining the lands or Jas. w. Ellis and others,
Mvied n to satisfy a judgment in favor or William Widener.
pf3 JAMES M. McCROKY, Sheriff.
T "WILL SELL FOR CASH, AT THE
JL conrt house door In the town of Sevierville, on the Sth day
of Jun, 1866, all the interest that P. H. Toomey has in a town
lot lying in th town of Sevierville, north of Main street, and
East of Cross street, known in the plan of aaid town as lot No.
T, containing one-half acre, adjoining the lots of W. C. Mnrnhv
and John Murphy, levied on ta satisfy a judgment in favor of
. O. Dickey. mays pio jas. At. McCKOSKY, Sheriff.
CHANCERY COURT MAR YVILLE
Horace Foster vs. B.L. Warren, Wm. M. A Jas.A. Steele
IT APPEARING FROM THE ALLE
C ATION of the Suplemental Bill, that defendants Wil
liam M. and James A. Steele, are non-residents of the State
01 tennessee, or so absconds that the ordinary process can
not be served npon them : It is therefore ordered that
publication be made for four successive weeks in Brownlow's
Whig, notifying said defendants to appear at the next
Term of the Chancerv Court to be held at tha court
house in Maryville, on the fourth Monday of June next, and
make defense to said Supplemental bill, or it will be taken as
coniessed and proceeded with ex parte as to them.
W. C. TICK ENS. C. & .11..
-May s, 1806. pf 5 By E. G0DDARD, D. C. 4 M
Robert J. Allen vs. A. P. Scnter.
THE PLAINTIFF, ON AFFIDAVIT,
-A. aays the defendant is indebted tc him. and that he is a
non-resident of tbe State, having obtained an original attach
ment against tho estate of the defendant, returnable before
Charles Morrow, a Justice of the Peace for Knox county, the
same having been levied upon tbe defendant's property : It is
oraereu mat punucation tie maae ror iour successive weeas m
Brownlow's Whig, notifying said defendant to appear at hi.
omce in tbe 1st civil district ot tvnox county, on tne -inn uay
of October. 18G6, or the tune will be proceeded with ex Iparte
asjto him. May9 1866--4t CHARLES MORROW, J. I.
A. C. E. Callen vs. Elbert Parker.
THE PLAINTIFF, ON AFFIDAVIT,
JL aay. the defendant is indebted to him and so absconds or
conceala himself that tbe ordinary process of law cannot be
served on him, having obtained an original attachment against
tbe estate of tbe defendant,made returnable before u. v New
man, a Justice of the Peace for Knox county, and the
same having been levied on his property: It is ordered by
said Justice that the defendant appear belore mm at nis
office In the 16th Civil District of Knox county, on the 7th day
of July, 166G, or the same will be proceeded with ex parte.
It is further ordered that this notice be published for four
successive weeks in Brownlow's hig.
msy-4t a. w. jiEWMAN. J. v.
Cokser Market asi Thiud Srs.,
HAVING ADDED GREATLY to olr
former extensive facilities, we are now turning out a
large number ef our Improved Portable Steam Engines and
Portable Circular Saw Mills. Those already received and in
operation are giving tbe most entire satisfaction. There is now
hardly a State or Territory in the Union but our Improved
portable Engines and Saw Mills are in use. All our Engines
have spark arrester stack on them which arrest the sparks.
We would respectfully refer you to the following gentlemen
and certificates for tbe portability, utility and practical opera
tions of our Portable Steam Engines and Saw Mills :
Chrltite, J. ., J.i,- Ji :th, lt.
J. U. Duvall Sir: My Mill and Engine is giving the best of
satisfaction. I had it runuing in five days after receiving it.
The first day after starting tbe Mil), we sawed 4-3 logs into inch
lumbe, making 10,64o feet in nine hours. On the second day
we sawed 1,640 feet in 10,' hours. It was timed at one time
when it cut 6 boards, 16 feet in each board, in one minute.
Yours, truly, GEO. N. POTTER.
Alpine Depot, H'. I., .'-'' -2, l$J.
J. II. Duvall Sir : With the assistance of Mr. Uardesty, we
have just completed tbe setting up of the Portable Eogines and
Mills purchased of you. Mill No. 1, the first day cut at the rate
of 1,500 feet of Oak and Pine lumber per hour. Mill No. 2, we
have just started and with equal success. They are working to
our entire satisfaction, aud we feel confident that the machinery
will do all you advertise. Yours, truly,
STK1E, UUYD 4 CO.
Wi.UunvilU, Spmcrr co., A y., Jlay 1, lw60.
Messrs. Duvall We sawed 6.500 feet of boards out of seven
teen logs, the first day we started our mill, without moving a
screw in seven hours. We believe your portable engines and
saw mills second to none in use, and most cheerfully recom
mend any in want of saw mills and engines to your shop.
T. L. COLLIER 4 1 KLSSELL.
f'ross VYwi'hs, RifiUy to., Jmi.. Frh. 21, 1S61.
Messrs. Duvall To-day we sawed 14,no feet of lumber in
less than ten hours. About three-fonrlhs of it was inch lum
ber. The mill does very well. Yours, truly,
SAMCEL KtNNIT 4 CO.
llraiutftw, Wiivmitfj ., Pi., Jav I, lb'd.
J. U. Duvall Sih: Tbe Engine and Mill purchased of you.
which Mr. Hardesty has started, will do more work than you
promised, and in the best manner. It will saw from lo.tKXi to
15,000 feet in ten hours. WALTMAN 4 GAY.
Hnwr.ock, -ViL, .Yoc. ;, IS6j.
J. H. Duvall Sin : The Saw Mill of twenty horse power pur
chased of you, has been set up by Mr. Hardesty. On Saturday
last we sawed S,000 feet in eight hours. We can safely say
that it excee Jed our expectations.
Yours, truly, BRIDGES, HENDERSON 4 DANIELS.
I tilton, Ji.airaba 10., Jfr-sj., Aur;. 2.i, 1-00.
Messrs. Duvall We have been running the portable engine,
saw mill and corn mill we purchased of yon some months ago.
We average in Uugh, scrubby pine, from -,00 to 10,000 feet of
lumber per day, and could, were we to hurry our hands, saw
twelve thousand feet per day. We grind 20 to 25 bushels of
corn per hour Many persons have rode twenty and thirty
miles to see our mill. Sh is the wonder and admiration of all.
We cheerfully recommend thm to those in want of mills and
engines. G. A. HAMILTON 4 CO
LlIjIHIUiI, A (., Jutj 11, I860.
Messrs. Duvall I profest to know but Utile about machinery,
but take pleasure in bearing testimony to the fact that the
portable engine and saw mill 1 purchased of you, can, in my
opinion, cut three times as mncb lumber in a day as any other
mill in the country. We have sawed 750 feet in thirty minutes.
We can saw from 1,500 to l.Mio feet per hour.
H. B. HARRISON.
Loi uol ('Voir, W'tukly co., Tenn., Mai h la, lS.i'J.
Messrs. Duvall On last Saturday last we cut something over
13,00(i feet of inch poplar lumber ; worked eleven hours forty
five minutes'; N. Nash attended the saw. We cut this amount
from logs sawed from slumps, and can do it every day with
good logs and band'. Dr. E. J. SHANNON.
Sugar Ran I'. O.. llrmlfurd to., I'v., Jt-trch 1 1, IS6V1.
Messrs. J. 4 J. II. Duvall Gents : The portable engine and
saw mill that we purchased of you gives entire satisfaction.
W have, in twenty days after starting it up, sawed 100,000 feet
of frosen hemlock timber, which we call ths best sawing ever
done in Northern Pennsvlvania. The mill was run by Mr.
Hardesty. C-R1FFIT3 A 8T0NE.
fW We fully warrant our Engines and Saw Mil's to be
made of first class material ; workmanship the same, and t
saw from 6,000 to 10,000 feet of Lumber per day, (say ten
Orders solicited. Descriptive circulars sent to all correspon
C0CKILL A SEYMOl'R,
Agents for East Tennessee,
may-Gm Knoxville, Tenn.
PIANOS AND ORGANS AT WHOLESALE
DEALERS SUPPLIED AT MANU
VACTI'RERS' prices, with addition of freight.
J. CIILRCH, Ju..
N.i. '"'. West Fourth Street.
Publisher of ilunc, Importer and Dealer iu all kinds of Mu
sical Merchandise, aprll-lm
VIOLINS, GUITARS, BOWS, STRINGS,
A ND MUSICAL MERCHANDISE OF
ik- every description, at wholesale. Dealers can rely on
hav lug their orders filled with fresh coeds nt the lowest job
bing prices. JOHN CHI RCH, Ji:..
No. GO WVt Fourth St., Cincinnati. O.,
Publisher of Muic, Importer and Dealer in all kinds of Mu
sieal Merchandise. aprlS-lm
SHEET MUSIC AND MUSIC BOOKS,
T WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Teachers, Seminaries, and the Trade supplied at the low
est wholesale sates. JOHN CHLliCH, Ju.,
No. 66 West Fourth st., Cincinnati,
Publisher ,of Music, Importer and Dealer in all kinds of Mu
sical Merchandise. . aprlS-lm
Mrs. Window's Mystic Pills
ARE PREPARED ONLY FOR A
legitimate purpose', and an the only -afc- and ellective
medicine for females extant.
Do not trifle with your health, aud use cheap and dangerous
medicines, which Druggists have bought, and will recommend,
being ignorant of their properties.
They are a certain cure for all those painful aud dangerous
disorders to which the Female constitution is subject. They
moderate all excess, and remove all obstructions. They in rig.
orate the debilitated and delicate; and by regulating aud
strengthening the system the hue of health is restored to the
cheeks, weakness of the spine and limbs relieved, and all the
indications of Nervous Debility removed. No maiden, wife,
or mother should be without them.
Try them use according to direction, and be couviuc d that
they arc the L.VDV'b FKItND.
Ask for Afrs. Wi,itlK'e3Ist:: I'M: Take none other. Price
Si per box, or three boxis'for SO. For sale by all druggists.
THE QUEEN ! THE QUEEN!!
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MRS. WINSLOWS QUEEN HAIR
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hair to its original life color: arresting premature d.-cay an
failing out of the hair; eradicating scurf and dandruti, am.
coring all humor of the scalp.
It will change dry and wiry hair to soft and luxuriant tres
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In short, if you wish to restore your hair, as in youth, J ad
retain it through life, use
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WHOLESALE and RETAIL DRUGGISTS,
Opposite Pirst Kational Bank,
HAVE IN STORE AND FOR SALE,
at greatly reduced prices,, a complete Stock of
PATENT MEDICINES, DYE STUFFS,
PERFUMERY, TOILET ARTICLES,
And other articles too numerous to mention
Special inducements offered to Country Merchants and Phy
rni'SClill'TlONS carefully compounded ;it all iours.
ITKE WINKS AND I,!Q I'OKS of our own importation,
for medicinal purposes, constantly ou hand. apr4tf
LMYE TONS OF WHITE LEAD FOR
L sale by E. .1. SANFOKD A CO. manMtf
GALLONS RAW and ROILED
jyjJ Linseed Oil. bv the irallnn or burr. 1
martltf E. J. SANFOKD 4 CO.
OAL OIL BY THE GALLON OR
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barrel. man'ltf E. J. SANFOKD A CO.
JAMES RIVER CEMENT BY THE
barrel. marltf h'. J. SANFOKD ,v CO., Agents.
WHITE ZINC FOR SALE IN LOTS
tosnit. niar.'ltf F I ivrnn t
EMAR VARNISH FOR SALE BY
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BRUSHES of EVERY DESCRIPTION
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Prof. DALE'S PERSIAN
Horse mid Cattle l'o-wclers,
pROE. DALE WAS A Distinguished
-L Veterinary Surgeon of England, and graduated with tbe
nignesi Honors in tbe most celebrated Veterinary School
of Europe. After completing his education, ho travel
ed extensively in the F:ast, through Arabia, Persia, and Tur
key, thoe countries where the horse is seen in his hiuhe-t and
nio-t perfect condition, for tho purpose of making observa
tions with regard to the management and treatment of horses,
both in disease and iu health, by the inhabitants of the origi
nal climates of th i- noble and useful animal. While in Persia,
he wa rewarded in his researches by the discovery of the
above valuable componnd, which ho found the Persians ad
ministered in almo-t all cases of diseaxe of th'ir horses, either
alone or in conjunction with other roniedie. Tha surprising
success mat aiteuueu its administration leu turn to investigate
the principles upon which its great remedial virtues were
founded, and was tho means of revolutionizing his whole ideas
with regard to tbe treatment of diseases in horses. Previous
ly to this time, bleeding and purging, and other depletory
means, was the universal custom, both with the scientific
practitioner and the vvould-bo " horse-doctor."
anr-ltf E. J. SANFOKD 4 OO, Wholesale Agents.
But the motto of the present age is ONWARD ! Old stereo
tjjK'd opinions, which have nothing but their antiquity to
recommend them, are fast giving way, as their absurdities are
proved by the searching investigations of science. The steam
car, the railroad, the magnetic telegraph, are levolutionizing
the earth. Aud while the human mind has been busy in every
department of the Physical Sciences, producing results which
have uttoiiuhvl th: rorW, think you that Medicine is the only
science which has stood still? Are tre no wiser than were
our futh-rn Has the accumulated researches of the nineteenth
century thrown no light upon the Practice of Medicine ?
We do not say that every tinglu case of Consumption lat an
iiirnne-of ?(ijc,aiid wbero the patient has a scrofulous constitu
tion ran Ik sued ; but we no s v Y that where the general health
of the system is not fatally disordered, and where there is
sufficient vital energy left, Cvitvnitptiun f as cur.:kk us any other
di'asc ! Patients occasionally die of B'dliom F- rrr, yet we ac
count it .1 .irvih;.- dtseaK, because the mynritp, if treated right
ly, rt ci r- r. So w e say of OwMinptioH. By the timely admin
istration of Dr. IV 111. Hall's Balsam for tbe
L.UII;a every recenf rose can be rpvedilg and th rtiunhly cured;
and through all the various stages of the complaint, from a
simple Cough or a mylrctcd Cold down to the most hopeless case
of confirmed tubercular Consumption.
Far al by E. J. SANFORD A CO.
SELECT SCHOOL .
HE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RE-
-L SPECTFCLI.Y inform the citiiensof Kncville and vi-
cinitv, that he will open a Select School for .yoong ladies at
his residence, (the .McTherson House) in this city, on Bridge
The course of instrnction to be pursued embrace all tb
English branches, languages and music
The School year is divided into three Sessions: of 14 weeks
-uch. The Spring and Summer Session will eommence on
''uesday next, May 1st.
For further particulars and circulars address. -
N, D. PARKHVRST, Esq.,
LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN EDUCATIONAL
THE SESSIONS OF THIS INSTITU-
1 TION will be as follows, vix:
The Summer Session will commence May 15, and close Oc
tober 1st; tbe Winter session will commence November 15, and
close April 1, of each year.
Tuition, use of books, washing, Ac, 5100 per ession one
half payable upon entrance, the remainder on tb'- ljthof Ju
ly, and the 15th of January of each year.
Modern Languages and Music, extra. Only a jimited num
ber of pnpils received. For particulars address t once, Bev.
EDWARD F. WILLIAMS, Principal, Box 111, Chattanooga,
BY VIRTUE OF TWO ORDERS OF
Sale issued from the Circuit Court of Knox county, I will
sell to th highest bidder fer cash, at the conrt house door in
Knoxville, on Saturday, the 36th day of May, 1S66, all th
right, title, claim and demand that James Collier has in and
to a certain tract of land, situated in the 19th Civil District
of Knox county, adioining the lands of Bobert McBath's
heirs, John Tillery's heir and others, containing 100 Acres,
more or less. Said property will be sold to satisfy two judg
ments, one in favor of Thomas Collier, and one in favor of
John 31. Davis. May 2, lsotj " M. D. BEARDEN, Sn ff.
BY VIRTUE OF THREE ORDERS OF
Sale issued from the Circuit Court of Knox county, I
will sell to the highest bidder for cash, at the court house door
in Knoxville, on Saturday, the 2tith day of May, 1866, all the
right, title, claim and demand that W. L. Hodges and John F.
Moore has in and to certain tract of land, situated in the 6th
Civil District of Knox county, adjoining the lands of Jeremiah
Williams, William Graham aud others, containing 50 Acres,
more or less. Said property will be sold to satisfy three judg
ments that W. 0. Gammon recovered against them in the Cir
cuit Conrt of Knox couuty, at its February Term, 1866.
May 2d, 18M1. M. D. BEABDEN. Eh'ff.
BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER of Sale
issued from the Circuit Court of Knox county, I will
sell to the highest bidder for cash, at the court house door in
Knoxville, oa Saturday the 2tith day of May, 1800, all the
right, title, claim and demand that Preston Mynatt has in a
certain tract of land, situated in tbe 4th Civil District of Knox
county, adjoining Sawyers Mynatt and others Said property
will be sold to satisfy a judgment that Nathaniel Peters re
covered against him, in the Circuit Court of Knox county, at
its February Term, 1850 , '
May 2d, 1806. M. D. BEARDEN, Sheriff.
BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER of Sale
issued from the Circuit court of Knox county, I will sell
to the highest bidder, for cash, at tbe court house door in
Knoxville, on Saturday, the z6th day of May, 1S66, all the un
divided interest that James E. Carter, John Carter, Alfred
Carter and Franklin Carter, have in a certain tract of land
situated in the ISth civil district of Knox county, adjoining
the lands of Alexander Shipe, John McMillan and others, it
being their interest in the larni formerly owned by their father,
Martin B. Carter. Said property will be sold to satisfy a
judgment that 9. R. Scarborough recovered against them in the
circuit court of Knox county at its February term, 1S61.
MayS-4t M.D. BEARDEN, Sheriff.
pY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER of Sale
--U issued from the circuit court of Knox county, I will sell
to the highest bidder, for cash, at the conrt house door in Knox
ville, on Saturday, the 26th day of May, 1566, all the right, title,
claim and demand that John U. Sawyers has in and to a cer
tain tract of land situated in the 4th civil district of Knox
county, adjoining the lands of Preston Mynatt, William Ing
land and others, containing Su acres, more or less. Said pro
1 erty will be Bold to satisfy two judgments one In tavor of
Frank Mvnatt, and one in favor of Samuel Shields, Agent, Ac.
May2-4t M D. BEARDEN Sheriff.
T WILL SELL FOR CASH, AT THE
-I- conrt house door in the town of Sevierville, on the lbtb
day of June. 160, all the right, title, claim and demand that
John Douglass has in the following described tracts of land :
One on the waters of Tuckahoe Creek, adjoining William Cn
derwood; one other tract or parcel of land, known as tbe
Guynn entry, containing sixty-four acres, more or less, adjoin
ing the lands of WillUni Clifton, the Galliu place and others,
lying and being iu Sevier county, in District No. 12. Levied
on as the lands of John Douglass, to satisfy a judgment in fa
vor of William T. Mathcwes.
pf5 JAS. 31. JIcCROSKY, Sh'ff.
T WILL SELL FOlTcASH, AT THE
-A. court house door iu the town of Sevierville, on the 16th
day of June. 1SG0, all the right, title, claim and demand that
Edward Douglass and John Douglass has in tbe following
tracts or parcels of land : Utie tract of land adjoining J. 11.
Caldwell, William Cliltou and others, tho binds of Edward
and John Douglas'. Al-o, the undivided interest in the farm
known as the farm of Eli Douglass. Levied on as the lands
of Edward Douglass and John Douglass, to satisfy a judgment
and costs in favor of William K. Vudcrweod, iu the Circuit
Court of Sevier couutv.
pfo " JAS. 31. JIcCKoSKY, Sh'ff.
T WILL SELL FOR CASH, AT THE
A court houso door in the town of Sevierville, on the 16th
day of June, 1S06, all the right, title claim, aud demand that
A. J. Bradley has iu a certain tract or parcel of land contain
ing two hundred Acres more or less, adjoining the lands of
Daniel W. Reagan and others, lying and being in Sevier coun
ty, Tennessee,in District No. 11. Levied on as the lands of A.
J. Bradley, to satisfy a judgment and costs, in favor of W. C.
Murphy. pf5 JAS. M. McCROSKY, Sh'ff.
T WILL SELL FOR CASE, AT THE
-a. court house door in the town of Sevierville, on the 16th
day of Jnne, lsoo, all the right, title, claim and demand that
Alfred Summous has in .1 certain tract or parcel of land, con
taining one hundred and fitty Acres, more or less, adjnining tho
lauds of J. D. truest, James Elledge and others, lying and
being in Sevier county, in District No. 4. Levied ou as the
lauds of Alfred Summons, to satisfy a judgment and costs, iu
favor of G. W. Cateti.
may2-4tpfi .I AS. 31. .MeCROSKY, Sh'ff.
VALUABLE MILLS AND WATEE POW
ER FOR SALE.
a HIE Louisville Flour Mills, Saw Mill, aud 2 acres of land,
with a comfortable dwelling house on the bank of the
Ilolston River, fifteen miles below Knoxville, in the town ot
Louisville, is now offered for sale For further particulars
apply to sepaotf KENNEDY & BKO'S.
POR SALE. S5,000 ACRES OF UNIM-
A. PROVED )vNDS indifferent parts of East Tennessee,
contaiuing immense mineral wealth. Well adapted to stock
graizing, with some splendid sites farms, and water power.
Also, some of the lands am well suited to settle colonies of
Emigrauts. Purtienlun respecting aery l.iud if hnd in Eaal
Tennessee, Kill b promi'ttij mtit tirutniiuIj jii-cn. bit tiiUlreuiny or
calling oil. COCKR1LL ft SE Y3IOL K,
Real Estate Brokers,
dec20tf Knoxville, Tenn.
FOR SALE. IMPROVED LANDS IN
J- in all parts of East Tennessee, prices aud location to suit
all kinds of purchasers. Address or call ou
dec20tf COCKK1LL A SEYMOUR.
"TOR SALE A FINE FARM OF 200
-L Acres, t hree mi'esfrom Knvxcill on ikx Clinton road, 10X1
Acres heavily timbered. A ood frame house with five rooms
besides hall and kitchen, two 1 ig houses, stables, 4c, rich soil,
and lies well. Offered very low.
janlOtf C0CKKILL A SEYM0CR.
IOR SALE THE ELEGANT RESI-
A- DENCE on Hill Sticet, known as the McPherson House
one of the most beautitul situations and finest houses iu the
city. The house is large and commodious, the grounds ample,
ami well adapted lor ornamentation.
f.bTtf COCKRILL A SEYMOl'R.
POR SALE. 2,000 ACRES OF FINE
a Farming Land, iu Scott couuty, 12 miles from Hunts
vilie, 150 AcreB under cultivation. 250 Acres ofCreek bottom
land which produces remarkably well. A grove of 3o0 Sugar
Maple trees, near the house. Well timbered aud well watered.
A magnificent Btock farm. Ou the route of the proposed East
Tennessee and Kentuckv railroad.
mar2Stf " COCKRILL A SEYMOUR.
"COR SALE. 1,500 ACRES IN AN-
I DERS0N county, 4 miles from Clinch River. A splen
did plantation. Very rich soil. 2"0 Acres now nnder cultiva
tion. Seven hones w iih out-building'. A Chnrrh, School
House, Doctor's Office and a Blacksmith's Shop on the land
Post Office on the farm. Will be sold for 515,10, and is very
desirable propertv would make half-a-dozen good farm".
mar2Stf " COCKRILL 4 SEYMOUR.
"TOR SALE. A MAGNIFICENT FARM
J- of l,fX0 Acres, ou the Ilolston River, five miles from the
railroad. Co Acres of Rive r bottom, and 300 Acres of the very
best upland now uider cultivation. Three comfortable hou
ses, with all out-bnildings. Very fine, timber, which can be
rafted to Knoxville at a vei v small expense.
This property w ill be divided to suit purchasers, ami affords
a faro opportunity for investment. Price 5J(i per Acre.
mar2uit' COCKRILL A .SKY.MOUR.
FOR SALE. HC ACRES. Four Miles
from Knoxville. R.dliug land, with a rich -oil. A
good Grist Mill. A joiuig Vineyard. ij Acres uud r good
fence. Price S3,C"i'
,jr tj M P r r, m. t nxr v.yaxi miuv
lt.S.tllAMEKKLAI--. W. P. !l AJI Bl RJ, UN.
; CHAMBERLAIN BEO'S,
1 Wholesale and Retail
Old Drug Stoic. Cay Street,
1A BARRELS COAL OIL JUST RE-
W CEIVED and for sale by CHAMBER LAIN BRO S.
1 A BARRELS RAW AND BOILED
J- J Linseed Oil list received and foa sale by
POUNDS PURE WHITE Lead
received aud for sale by
WOEM3! WORMS! !
OTHERS, YOUR CHILDREN ARE
pishing away and dying, when you can save them.
Mrs. Winslow's Vegetable Worm Candy,
Is certain, safe and agreeable, and the only purely vegetable
Worm Destroyer made. Price z ceuts.
jianuiacturea ty ijto. YV. ALBEKS 4 BRO.,
CHAMBERLAIN BRO S,
aad lor sale by S. D. 3Iite.h' 11 A Co., St. phenson 4 Darro'w,
and Druggists generally. marUStf.
MRS. WINSLOW'S MYSTIC PILLS
k RE THE ONLY SAFE AND TRULY
effective medicine for Females extant.
TVa t. ot trifle i i , V. r..nr I. .... 1 f V. anA .. j.. .O .. ,1 1
.. ' - " '- " " - . . nut. .-''- uu un uerous
medicine, which Druggists may have bought, aud will recom
mend to you, being ignorant of their qualities.
.ii r. himiiiw. c fin are mild in their
.nerationit- correct all irri-'.n 1:1 rit i an.l ,Kiit.f.l .
r . - n ... i '..,, i I... u -n na
tion ; remove all obstructions whether from cold or otherwise.
no saaioen, wiie, or niouier snouiu oe witnout them.
Trv them oseaccordinc to direction, ami we knn ,h.. re
sult will be as denired.
Ask for Mrs. W inflow's Mvsnc Pills. Take none other.
Price 52 per box, or 3 boxes for So. For ale bv all iin.
gisis. CHAIMBERLAIN BROS.
margin w Dolesale Agents.
WILL BE GIVEN FOR THE BIDS
to repair tbe two dwelline houses on Collect. H .1
next the road. Mechanics who wish to do the work are .1.-
I ailTSl Sa Nifl 1st fc n e 1 im --Tii .tmmmaimmm Inn I
DRY GOODS, &c.
j ; n j 15 fjj
' j f ' j L-UWMLL HB1IUW. '
pn 4 m m m
J Vr" ' '-VWtwJ 'firyj " 1
COWAN, M'CLUNG & CO.,
GA Y STREET, KNOA' V1LLE, TEXX.,
ESI EE TO CALL THE Attention of
LARGE AND EXTENSIVE STOCK,
Which comprises the
To be found in anj
HOUSE in th: SOUTHERN STATES.
COMMERCIAL AUD MONETARY.
AH of whioh hav(j bceu purchased for
And will le offorcl to the
Atjis low prices as can be purchased iu any Market.
V"A1LS, 3, 4, G, 8 and 10pr FINISHING
I and clinch, iu store, and for sale.
COWAN, McCLTXU 1 CO.
pANDLES, STAR, WHOLE, HALF,
Vv and quarter boxes, in store, and for sale.
COWAN, McCLUNG A CO.
LASS, 8x10, 10x12, IN STORE, AND
for sale. COWAN, 3IcCLl XG A CO.
pANDY, ASSORTED. STICK AND
V- fancy, in store, and for sale.
CO WAX, McCLUXG A CO
pOTTON CARDS, WHITTEMORE,
J Xo. 10, in store, and for sale.
COWAN, MoCLUNfi i CO.
ATS AND CAPS, FULL LINES, IN
store, and for sale. COWAN, MrCLCN'I A CO.
"PICKINGS, STOGIES, GINGHAMS.
A and Cottonades, in store and for sale.
COWAN, AIcCLUNG A CO.
ARDWARE, FULL AND C03I-
PLETE lines, in store, and for sal".
COWAN, AlcCLUNG I CO.
ELAINES IN GREAT VARIETIES,
in store, aud for sale. COWAN, .McC'LCXi; A CO.
AXES, COLLIN'S AND STEWART S
in store, and for sale. COWAX, .McCLCXti A CO.
.UGAR, CRUSHED. POWDERED,
" and refined vcllow, in Btore. aud for sale.
COWAN. McCLLNU A CO.
OFFEE, GOOD, PRIME and CHOICE.
111 store and for sab. rov., 3IcCLl'X; A CO.
ORINTS, MERRIMACK, RICHMOND,
-a- Mien, Hamilton and other mal.es. in store and for sale.
COWAN, McCLUNG Jt CO.
TNDIGO AND MADDER IN STORE,
X and for sale. COWAX, MeCLl'XG A CO.
CIIEET1NG AND SHIRTING, Bleach-
0 ED and unbleached, 3-4,7-8 and 4-4 in store, and for -ale.
COWAN, McCLUNfi CO.
EAD, BAR AND SHOT, IN STORE,
and for sale- COWAX, MeCLl'XG A CO.
ROCKERY AND GLASSWARE, IN
store and for sale. COWAX, McCLCXii A CO.
CPICE, PEPPER, ALSPICE, CLOVES
U and Ginger, !"J store and fjr salo.
COWAN, McCLUNG CO.
BOOTS AND SHOES, FULL LINES
in store and for sale. COWAX, McCLUNG A CO.
OAINTS, WHITE LEAD, ZINC, Crome
-a- Green and Yellow, in store and for sale.
COW AM, McCLUNG 4 CO.
1 EAS, YOUNG HYSON AND BLACK,
in store and sale. COWAX, McCLUNG A CO.
plGARS, COMMON, GOOD AND
V- and Premium, in store and for sale.
CoWAX. McCLUNG 4 CC.
POBACCO, MANUFACTURED AND
a- Smoking, in snore and for sale.
COWAN, McCLUNG A CO.
GRAIN, GRASS, AND DUTCH,
ecythce nr-t Scythe Stones. COWAX, McCLCXG A CO.
KNOXVILLE RETAIL MARKET F&XCZ3,
- aironrto wiiklt it
JOHN L. HUDIBURQ,
Scaler in Orociriis as Psoircf.
Apples, grwn. fbut tKront ffaJloB...
dried. bit.. 0
Alum, W TD x-'ifl) aw
Bacon, new fJ 8... 19itf
- old,V& --- 2ia Jk
Buckwheat Flour Sj) ID IX
Batter, 9 B
Candlea.Star ft t.
" tallow, a) s
Cinnamon Bark t
v-iv.v., 7 p, w
Candy, stick f IV.
- fancv. Tb.
Copperas H B
Cement V bbl
Cod nsn ip id
Corn Meal fct bus.
Corn t bushel..,
Coal Oil t ration..
Cudbar ) t)
Cotton larn 5UU.ydox
Lead ft D
Lofwood fl T....
dder ft t
Molaase. N O fat
Sorghum ft fai....
Xuunef V B ....
Onions f) bfshtl..
Oats fl buslrel....
i.oof ft 1C0 .
l.mxftl tt, Potatoes swi w bu
30 1 - Irish ft hush
' ou reaca t. dry fl bo
o.Bi,ai rora av...
Hlt. 5 Podr at v
8u0 Sj Pum, Bv '
Ou-aJeWPeaa ft a.hel
10 Hie. IV. .''"
l.'-v&l.au'iRaisine f) '.."
Soiai.0 9rnp, r'ldn'sj'ni
l.Oet.Spie.fl ft... V..
- MMrw !urr. Drown M XI
8& - white
S2X Starch f B
Cream Tartar $ Tt
Feathers $1 tb
fish, fresh V lb..
Flour H hb
liinseut; f) lb....
Ginger 'el lb
Hay 100 ...
Hides, green f t
Hominy "J lb
OK J- U 4JBv
soap S lb
Sulphur f) lb
rea, Grfn ...
Tea. black ts ft ...
Turnip V bushel..
Tallow -f I.
fibacco W t
hisky "si gallon..
White fish, each.,
C ELL YOUR UNCURRENT MONEY.
O The foUoa-ing are the rates paid by TH08. 8. MARK,
BROKER, corner or Union and College Streets, Nashville,
Tenn., for aocurrent money. These quotations are liable to
fluctuate, but may be depended on a sufficient length af tint
ior remittances to be received by mail or express, if forwarded
City Bank of Augusta ?
Farmers' and Mechanics'
Mechanics' Bank CO
Merchants' and Planters
Planters' Bank 11
Union Bank ..SO
Bank of Cape rear 1ft
- Charlotte 1
" Clarendon 10
M Commerce .-...IU
" rayette.ilU.-r.... 10
" North Carolina.. .
" Wadesboro' 10
' Wilmington 10
" Yaneeyeille 19
Commercial Bank ..10
Farmers' Bank of North
Merchants' Bank 90
Ba-ik of Koxhoro' .9ft
Miners1 and Planters'
Bank of Tenaessee, old
Planter's Bank 5
Union Bank 70
Bank of Chattanooga
" Commerce 120
" Knoxville 40
' Memphis 90
Middle Tenn... .90
" the Union par
" West Tenn 40
Ruck's Bank par
Commercial Bank !M
Merchants' " 3")
Northern " pr
Ocoee " 80
Utak ot ShelbyviUe So
southern Bank U0
Traders' Bank S5
Cite and General Insurance
Uink of Cim len 30
" Charleston 15
" Chester l."
14 H.imburg 15
" the 5tate of S.
Commercial Bank IJ
Kxohangv Bank 11
Farmers' and Exchange
Merchants' Bank 1-
Peoples' Bank 30
Planters' Bank of Fairfield. 5
Planters' and Mechanics'
State Bank 05
Southwestern Railroad S
Union Bank f5
Bank of America par
" Louisiana ... .30
" New Orleans f0
Canal Bank 90
Citizens Bnk 90
Crescent City Bank 40
Louisiana State Bank 5
Mechanics' and Traders'
Merchants' Bank 15
S'lU'hern Unk. par
Union Bank 4i
New Orleans Script 70
Bank of Mobile 7t
" Montgomery 75
" Selma 35
Central Bvnk 35
Commercial Bank 00
Kaaiern Bina 4
Northern Bank 50
Southern Bank 65
Central Railroad Biuk JO
Georgia Railroad and
Btnking Company 1)0
Bank of .Middle Georgia. ..75
Marine Bank 75
Bink of Augusta 3'
Aujusta Insurance 05
Bank of Athens 30
" Columbus 10
" Commerce 05
" Empire State 20
" Fulton 25
" Sivannah 33
" the State of Ga ... JO
Bank of Berkeley
the Old Domiaion.80
the Valley of
" Rockbridge 84
Central Bank of Vir
DaLville Bank 10
kxchange Bank of Vir
Exchange Bank ef Wes
Exchange Bank of Alex
Fairmount Bank. TO
Farmers' Bunk of FincastleJO
Farmers' Bank of Virg inla.20
Manufacturers' and Far
Merchants' B nk 80
Merchants and Mechanics' 7ft
Northwestern Bank. ......50
Southwestern Bank 15
Traders' Bank 'Si
Silver Dollars 143
' Halves and Quar-
' Dimes and Half
Davidso County Bonds... 7
L A N. Railroad Script. ...75
Virginia Bonds 3t
North Carolina Boads 5
South Carolina Bonds
Georgia Bonds 3
Memphis City Bonds
Augusta, Ga., Bonds. ....
Savannah, Ga. Boads...
The above bonds are bought
with coupons, from ls61 inclu
ded. North Carolina Coupons... 5o
Memphis City Coupons 4"
Tennessee Coupons 5
Georgia Coupons 3o
Losses adjusted and paid during the year
Iulk-at's the -"jlid.siib-tantial, and faithful sertjee rendered
ratrons by tho
W I I' t'T.-HMSV.i t III
C V 1 ' II I
CAljU ASSETS, JANUARY 1st, lSO'o.
Gives assurance to the public that choice iudemuity, uf
wholesome and prmaueut charactiT, is stiOiigly guaranteed
!y l'tui uix Policies.
STEADY DEVOTION TO A STRICT LT LEGITIMATE
nitE IVM H.UCK Uts,l.fi.
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Hist, of tolumli
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. . -1M,-Il 97 !
.. Isi vi, ,A ,
'ia IJH X,
.. '-0,4'o 42
.. 2J,l:io 75
.. M.tfU in
.. 210,5M f7
... Ul.ttlti 73
.. W.'Jlb 19
.. l;t.4l; 07
... Oi.eOa 4j
.. ofj.cro 04
.. .ci,j02 ro
.. 2,M2 .15
. . 'l,5..', 50
.. '7."j7 I f
New Yora ,
New Jersey ,
. ti,i9 1
. 3,7in s
. 1,107 0
. 53,274 40
. "l.OOi 76
. . 4j,870 WO
.. 3,'tfll M
. 4,2-sl H
. il.OoO On
.. 8,4; 76
. 3,S73 Kl
.. 15,330 71
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Fire Polii ie- i-sued through its Agencies, for the year eios.
ed, is sur;:;etive of the wide-spread and extensive busiae's en
joyed by the PIKENII, and the emphatic desire among all
classes f.T the protection its policies aftord.
Bra-ch for the West and South.
iVj. 24 WEST FOURTH ST, ClAXISXATI, V.
n. 31. MAGILL, Gen'lAgt.
nt'X.W Wi-rit-Je' pirvmptly ht
JN' S. V;ILIEH. '.Resident Aeent,
may-"m-: Kno1viIle, Tenn.
FIRE! FIRE! ! FIRE!!!
INJURE YOUR PROPERTY IN THE
ETNA INSURANCE COMPANY,
Assets. Jauiiary 1, IVe, l,i," I'o o
Liabilities ..." 2II.&I1 V
Losses promptly adjusted at this Agency.
P"Ll' its issU' 1 "U favorable term-at the First National
apr2i3m K. M. .!. CLl XL, A,'ent.
LIVE STOCK IXSIRAACL C03IP1M,
'.niBTitt rtartrt it.
Capital ftock, . . ?50,000.
('With the privilege of raisiu,;it to VO.O'yi)
INSURES LIVE STOCK AGAINST THETt
II031E OFFICE, GALLATIN, TENN.
C. M. P.vRKLR, President, J. M. Uorb, Vice Pre.ic'eat.
J. W. Hrvf, le neral Ajent, J. U. Conklix, Secretary.
MAERY. ABERNATIIV A CO., A-enU,
prletf Knoxville, Tenn.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
D. G. TERRY,
LADIES? AXD GENTLEMEN S
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER.
f WANT MY FRIENDS AND THE
a. public in general, to take due notice aad govern them
selves accordingly, that I m now prepared to make all