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PURSUANT TO A DECREE OF
Mid court, mads at lu April Term, 1866, in the mm of
X. M. JteClun:, Administrator, . Mary W. McMiUlu and
SJiars, I will tell at th court house dour in Knoxilla, on
Trtday to 25th Hat, a trsct Of land belonging
stats of Judge E. Alexander, dm wed, lying J 2d CiU
TMatrtct of avuox countr, adjoining th lands of Philip fcmith,
1h Smith, Adrto charannes and others, containing about
V Acm. ho bid will be received for a lest mm than 1,&W.
"torsi, cub in hand.
AU 84, lSt-U P. A. TEADERICK, C. 111.
E OBEDIENCE TO A DECREE,
Aa ry (aid conrt, at iu April Term, 16G6, in tba case of
Jrb II. Mvnatt, Administrator, c, . Eilaa Williams' hairs,
I will sail at tba court bens door in Knoxville, on Friday tba
th May, tba luJ OrtonciDg to the aetata of tbe aaid S.
w.lUamt, in Knox cptnty, in lonr amail tracts; one of 42
.rr, oa the booth tide of Copper Kidpe, adjotpinr tba lands
.-f Henry Graves, Carral Sawyers and others. One of 38 Aerer,
rtn tbe same side of said Ridge, in tba 6th Civil Dittrict of said
;unty, adjoining tbe Und of Robert attain, and others One
rt abent S Acres in said Civil District, adjoining the lands of
.'we Parker and others, and one tract of jirobal.lv 'J Acres,
n tba same CitiI District, adjoining the land; cf'H. Graves
The lands will ho told subject to the Widow's bower, en 6
sod 1- months time. Bonds without interest will bs required,
with gxd security and lim mained till tho rur-has- money
April 20, lSCG-lt l. a. I'EADERICK. C. & M..
CHAR CERY COXJRT-KNOXVILLET
NOTICE TO XOX-RL'SIDENTP.
Urownlyw and Kosf vs. Lyon and Tatusey, Trustee.-,
THE DEFENDANT, A. A. BAKNES,
Administrator of Thomas C.Lyon, deceaw-d. being a non
resident of Tennessee, as elated in tbe bill of review tied in
this case : It is ordered thai publication be made Ijr four sue
raiee weeks in tirownlow'a Whig, notifying rsid defendant
to appear before the Chancery Court at KaexTiile, on tbe fifth
Monday in July next, then and there to make his defen'o to
'be aaid riil, or the same will be taken forconferaed as to him,
T!d ant for bearing ex fiartc. A eopv of the order.
March 2 1KC-6. ri D. A. i'EAIiEEICK, ('. & M.
Sarah S. Emith . C. W. Charlton and others.
THE DEFANDANTS, JEFFREY H.
JL CKKTBY, Joel C. Gentry and Almira A. Gentry, being
non-residents, or not being tound, as stated in th. oilers' r
tsrn from Knox and Fentress counties: It is ordared that
roblieaticn be made lor fonr successive weeks in Brownlow's
Whig, notifying said defendants to appear before the Chancery
Court at jkooxville, on tbe liltb Monday of July next, then
mii there to make their defense to tbe said bill, or tbe same
will be ttken lor confested as to them, snd set lor hearing ex
parte. A copy of tbe order.
AprJ 2b, pf. I). A. DEADEBICK.C. A M.
Brownlow and Ross vs. Q. E. Lamar and oiber?.
THE DEFENDANTS, G. B. LAMAR,
J.S. M. Ramsey, A. A. Barnes. Administrator, Ac, Thos.
i. Powell, and George M. Branner, being non-residents ot tbe
?tet of Tennessee, as charged in t!jc bill .- It is ordered that
publication be made for four successive weeks iu Brownlow's
Whig, notifying said defendants to appear before the Chancery
Octut at Knoxville, on the filth Monday of July next, then
and their to make their d'-icueo f tbe sai l bill, or tbe same
'vill lie taken for confessed s ! them, and s--t f"r b-arin ex
i arte. A e"pv of the orlr.
April 2b, im-fMl ". A. DKMEKKh, i M.
CHANCERY COURT KNOXVILLE.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
iecrge W. Sunimcre, Adm'r, tc, xe. Catb V. JoLuscn
BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER MADE
in this cs" t the April Term, 1S60, of said Court, pub
lication ir made for io!irsucef-iviwcckMn Bruwnlow's Whig,
notifying the creditors of tbe F.tte of Jeflry ('. Johnson, de
ceased, to file their claims, and have themselves niJe parties
it the bill, on or before the next remior Term of this court,
'tober 1st, IN, otbm' is'- they ibali be forever barred.
April 25, 16W. D." A. DEADEK1CK, 0. M.
K.H. Abbott, Aatn'r, ic.ve. Joshua II. King's IIcir,s ic.
T N PURSUANCE OF A DECREE made
L by aaid court at iu April Term, 16tiG, it is ordered that
publication be mads lor tuur successive weeks in Brownlow's
Whig, notifying the Creditors ot the estate cf Jothua King,
'ieceaaed, to file their several claims and make themselves par
ties to the bill fled in tbe care, on or before tho ntth Monday,
being the 30th day July noxt, the first day ct the Special Term
of raid court.
April S5.18G6-U b. A. DE.VtiEEICK, C. & M.
CIRCUIT COURT MA YNARDVILLE.
Lewis R. Betkam ve. Joba Rubertson.
IN THIS CASS rr A?riVtJtN G
A. that tbe defendant, John Robertson, is a con-rebidint ot
he Slate of Tennessee : It is ordered that publication bemads
'n Brownlow's. Whig for four successive weeks, notifying said
Robertson to appe.r at the next Term of Circuit Court, at a
roort to bs held at tha court house in MsyLardville, on tin
irst Monday after tbe fourth Mouday of My uext, then and
'hereto make defense to said suit, on or bctore tbe id day ot
tba Term, cr tbe same will be taken Icr ccufeseed and lot for
tearing ex parte.
iprilio, !S'j-pf Tv. J. CAEU, Qcrk.
W. W. Lambdin vs. W. Oibbs iiiid A. ion I'urst.
TN THIS CASE IT APPEARING
-I. that tba dvfendants.W. W. Gibba and Allen Hurst are ncn--sidVnts
of tha Mate of Tennessee : 1 is therelore ordered
that publication be mado in Brownlow's Whig lor tour succes
sive weeks, notifying tbe said Gibbsand Huitt toappeaiat
next Term of the" Circuit Court, at a court to be held at tbe
ourt houseiu Mayuardville, ou the first Monday after the
fourth Monday of May next, then and there to make their de
!usa to said suit, on cr before the Id day of tho term, or tbe
tasie will be taken fcr confessed and set for hearing i i parte
NprJl;5, lK-pf5 It. J CAKK. Clerk.
William A. Kodgcrs vs. Allcu HurEi-
jy THIS CASE IT APPEARING
X that the defendant Allen fluri't i- a non-ref idunt of the
."ate of Tennessee : It is therefore ordered thst publication
e made for four successive weeks in Brownlow's Whig noti
fying said Allen Hurst to appear at the next Term of our Cir
euit Court, to be held at the conrt bouse in Maynardville, on
the first Monday after tho fourth Monday of May next, then
r.d there to plead, answer, or demur to said suit, or the same
villhc taken for corf ecil and jti'Ijrmeut tnken proeoiiief-T.
pri! ':t). leOC-pfS K- ' 'AKK. Clerk.
V. W. Lauibdm vs. Alltu Hurst.
fN THIS CASE IT APPEARING
JL that tbe defendaut is a nou-resideat of the Slate of Ten
ceeeee, or that to has so absconded that the ordiuary proces
ef law cannot be served upon him: it is therefo-e ordered tbat
pnblication be made for four successive weeks in Brownlow's
Whip, notifying said Allen Hurst to appear at the next Term
' f the Circuit Court for Cuion coauty, at a court to be held
t the court bonse in Maynardville. on the first Monday after
"ha loarlh Monday of May next, then Mud there to make d--ensetosaid
Hit or the sam- will be fkeu fci c":ifecse 1 and
- it fcr bearing ex rrte.
April 25, ltfe-plo V- .'. 'M'i:, leri.
Jahn A. tjinith v;. Alien Hurst.
FN THIS CASE IT APPEARING
X that tbe defendant, Allen Uurst is a non-resident cf tbe
;ata of Tennessee : It is therefore ordered tbal publication
!emade in Brownlow's Whig for four successive weeks, n'.'ti
'ying said Uurst to appear at the next terra cfonr Circuit Curt
ill court to be held at the conrt house in Maynsrdville. on
tbe first Monday after tbe fourth Monday of Mav uext, tbeu
ind there to make defense to said imt, en cr before tbe lid day
1 the Term, or tbe same will b" takeu for eonfe-ped and set
-r bearing ex parte.
Mircb a5, Iej6-4tpf5 K. I. CABK. Clerk
CIRCUIT COURT NEWPORT-
Joseph A. UU1 s- John Thoiuason.
TT APPEARING FROM THE AFF1-
JL DAVIT of the plaintiff tlut thrt defendant, J. h:i Thonia
ef, is Justly indebted to him and o absconds or conc alf lnui
rlf that the ordinary proeesa of law cauuot be served up .n
Mm, and aa original attachment having b-en duly i-sued and
Vvied npon the lands ot the defendant : It is therefore ordered
that pnblication be made for four successive wueks iu Brown
low's Whig, notifying taid defends nt to appear at the next
Term of t he Circuit Court, to be held for Cocke county, on
the first Monday after tbe fourth Mouday in luly uext, to
plead, answer, drinur, or other del -u e make in this action,
rt judgment by default v i'.l b tat.cn agaiar'. birn, and tbe
ame will be proeei-de-l with e pirte.
April 1. HH-tt W. . CWI'BELL. Clerk.
COUNTY COURT SEVIERVILLE.
I'l.riTtOt TO LLL 1.ANI'.
Alfred K. Uardoa, AJui'r. vs. Harvy M. Hark and
FT APPEARING FROM THE PET1-
X TIO.N bled in this ranse that John Harden, cue cf the de
fenJaats, is a non-resident of tha Statu cf Tennessee: It is
therefore ordered that publication be made lor tour sue ;!
weeks in Brjwnlow s W big, notilying tbe said Jol'S iiarden t
appear before tbe county Oourl cf &evier county, ,t t!e court
house in Scvierville, en the first Monday of June next, tben
and there to make delensc or the saoiu will be taken as confess
r4 and set for bearing ex parte.
April It), leu6-4tJ W. H. II. DloGAN, Clerk.
Afril Kales, lt?v. -Original Attachment Bill.
William MrClain vs. William Robertson, ot ali.
TN THIS CAUSE IT APPEARING TO
JL the Clark and Master that ens of the defendants, Wiliiatu
Hobertson, is a non-retident of the Mate of lriinersee, so tbai
Tho ordinary process of law cannot be servsd upon him : It is
therefore ordered that publication be made for lour successive
iveks in Brownlow's Wb'r. notifying the defendant, William
Rbertsca, to appear at tbe net ftrm of the C-haco-ry Com i
:f Caioa cennty, to t held at tbe court-house iu Mananl--n)W,
fa tbe first Friday after the third Monday cf June next,
te plead, answer, cr demnr to compiainaut'a bill, or the sanii
will be taken for ecnf- sscd and setior beariug rx parte as to
Sjn. April I. 1-U J. W. BKANgOX. C. & M.
April Rules, le?6. Attachment bill.
VUliaai L. Waggoner vs. William Robertson and J. G.
IN THIS CAUSE IT APPEARING
A to the Clerk and Master thai one of the defendants, WU
I.am Robertaoa, is a Don-residrnt of the State of Tennest-ee,
9 that tbe ordinary process of law cannot be serve upon him:
It is therefore ordered that publication be made for four f uc-
mii weeks in Frownlow's W hig, notifying the defendaut,
TUliaoi Roberteon, to appear at tbe next Term of the Chan
cery Conrt of Vnion countv, to be held at the court house iu
Maynardvilie, on the first Friday alter tbe third Monday of
.'une next, to plead. inwr, or demur to ccnplaiuant's bill,
er tba ram will be tskTi f- r eerfrssed, sad set fer hcaririf ex
parte as to him .
April i. l-f6.lt- J- W. BRANSON. C. A M.
Original aud Attachment Bill.
II. II. Kincaid vs. J as. M. Kincaid and La'o:m harp.
"IN THIS CAUSE IT APPEARING TO
A the Clerk and Master tbt one of the defendants, James M.
Hincaid, is a aon-reeiJent cf the State of Tonnese-c, to that
'be ordinary process of law cannot be served upon him : It is
iherefore ordered that publication be mad-; fcr four successive
veeets in Brownlow's hi--, notifying tbe defendaut. James
M. Kincaid, tJ app ar at tbo next Term cf the Cbaucery
Conrt of Cmon courty, to be held a? tho cpurt hture in May
nardville, en tbeJUrsl Friday after tho third Momlay f .tune
next, to plead, a swer, or demur to complainant's bill, cr the
aame will be t jken fir confessed and set for hearing ex parte
cs to bin.
Arril Jt, IStM-lt t-MES W. BR tNlfON, C. A V. .
CHANCERY COURT TAZEWELL.
Manias Debrcst v;. Naney Hooper. Mary Miilinia Hooj,.
cr. Malic 4 Elizabeth Hooper, James F. Hooper, Sa
rah C. Hooper, Lcgg:n Majse and wifo ilaulda Mayte,
Woods and wife Cynthia Wood;. William Mar
rball and wife Ma'.inda Marshal.
IN THIS CAUSE IT APPEARING
J that tbe defendants. Igriti Mav-. and '-.ife Matilda .Mais.
WiMiam Marshall ana wile Malinila Marshal!, Wood.
id v.ile Cynthia W vesis, are uou-resiOeuts cf tbe State o
TeBTk? e, as shown in ibe T ill : It is ordered that l nbiira
tioo made in Brownlow's V ,i? f0r tuur eu'-eesive ek
ootifyiug said defendants to apear b. Tore tbeCbaucery Conn
at TarewvU, en tbe firstuf Mouuay June next, tbea aud'tlicrei,
Wfeud said bill, rr tbe name will be tak-u aj confsad ss to
them and act for hesring ex parte. A copy of tbe order
P. S. KoiiUY, C. m'
April 25, lb-lt By JAM 11. EVAJis, b. C. A M
Samuel Furnmiro vs. Charles Wolf, Swinfleld Eidsoa and
THE PLANTIFF, ON AFFIDAVIT.
eas the defendanta are indebted to him and have left th
liSiU f the State, or so abseond that the ordinary prxs
ranaet be served upon them, and having obtained au origin .
attachment against tbeir estate, made returnable K-ioie fc,
Henry, a Juatieeof the Peace for ban rock county : It is or
dered by aaid Jnstic that the defendants appear before h n
Edley PanJ ts. Earriton Williams. ? '
TN THIS CAUSE IT APPEARS FROil
L affidavit that tha defendant. Harried Wllllami, ia a non
rastdent of tba State of Tennessee, sa that the rdinary pro
cess of law cannot be served upon bin : It is ordered that pub
lication U mad for fonr successive weeks in Brownlow's
Whig, notifying aaid defendant to appear before the Chancery
Court at Jamestown, on the ltd Monday in October next, then
and there to make his defense to tbe bill, or tbe aame will bo
takes for. confessed and get for bearing ex porta as to him.
My 2, 1665-pfo II. 0. B0WD', 0. A 51
David Boat? vs. William Erannon, ct all.
Pff THIS CAUSE IT APPEARS FROM
affidavit, that the defendants, Jesse Cobb and Pheby, bis
wife, are non-residents of the Slate cf Tennessee, and that Ed.
Frai klin and W illiam Franklin are non-residents, or so ab
scond that tbe ordinary process of law cannot be served on
them : It is ordered that publication be made for four succes
sive weeks in Brownlow's Whig, notifying said defendants to
appear before the Chancery Court at Jamestown, on tbe Sd
Monday in October next, then and there to make their defense
to the bill, or the same will be taken for confessed and set for
baering ex parte as to them.
3Jay lJ65-plo Is. O. IJUWDLS, C. A M.
R. T. Hildretb's Auru'rs, vs. Isaac Stockton, et als.
rFHE DEFENDANT, ISAAC STOCK-
TON, beinga non resident of tho State, as charged in
the bill : It is ordered that publication be mado for four suc
cessive weeks in Brownlow's Whig, notifying said defendaut
to appear before the Chancery Court nt Jamestown, on the 2d
Monday in October next, then and there to make his defense
to the bill, or the same will be taken tor confessed, and set for
hearing ex parte as to bin.
May Wjtj-pf5 B. . BdWDES, C. A M.
DRY GOODS, &c
Lewis Huff vs. James JI. Wright, Adui'r, et als.
THE DEFENDANTS, ARJISTED
-a. MILI.LK and William Miller, beiii'- uon-resideuts of the
State, as charged in tbe bill : It is ordered that publication be
made focr successive weeks in Browulow e W big.notitymg said
d fendants to aoDcar before the Cbaueerv Court at Jamestown
oo the 2d Monday in October next, then and there to make
tbeir defense to tbe bill, or the same will be taken lor coniess
e d. and set for hearing ex parte as to them.
May 2, Ie00.pf5 B. ". BOW DKN, C. A M.
Lewii Hull to. Jauics ii Wrigb;, AJui'r, ct als.
"THE DEFENDANTS, ARMSTED
A MILLEBand William Miller, being non-residents of tbe
tate, ae charged in tbo bill : It is ordered that publication be
made for four successive weete in Brownlow's Wuig, notif y
ing said defendants, that they are bcncclorth eojoiued, until
further proccediugs at this court, from, in any manner what
ever, interfehug with the lands and premises of said Lewis
Huff, known as tho lands conveyed by William Miller, and
James M. Wright, Admiuistrator of Jam-s B-vd. deceased, to
said Hun. May a, 1 sdo-4tpl j B. it. BOW LiKN, U. S, M.
CHANCERY C OURT TAZEWELL.
Ellis Xunn, Adm'r, Ac. s. Elizabeth Xunn, Calloway
Nudd, Rhoton Kunn. Juiia Ann Xunn. Patsey
udu, t loyd iSunn and John Wright.
N THIS CAUSE IT APPEARING
tbtit Elizabeth Nunn, Callouay Nuun. Ehoton Nunn. Ju
lia Ann Nunn, I'atsy Nunn and Floyd Jsunn, arc nou-resi
dents of tbe Statn of Tennessee, as shown in tb" bill: It is
ordered that publication be made in Brownlow's Whig for four
successive weeKs notifying said delendants to appevr before
tbe Chancery Court at Tawwell. on the hist Mouday of June
next, then and there to defend said suit, or tbo same will be
takeu aa confess, d as to tb pi. and set for hviriug ex parte.
cojiy oi ineora'-r. v. KULJ1. C. cSc M.,
April 1", I. I!v AMES II. EVANS, I. C. A M.
Wni. Xil abd Thoi.l'. fJrahatu v... Eli.abctU Jonc.-', Lu
crcta Mays, John Mays, Vivcna Jones, Mary Ann
JonOs, KaraU Jones, Euiiaa Jones, Eiraira Joncr, i'il
more Jones, Caledonia J-jiicr, Elihu Junes, ;ind Y
fN THIS CAUSE IT APPEARING
A- that the defeudant, C. Y. Kice, is a uon-retident of the
State of Tenuesscc, as shown in the bill : It is ordered that
publication be made in Brownlow's Whiz for four successive
weeks, notifying said defendant t appear before the Chancery
Court at Ta.-.ewell. on tbe first Monday of June uext, then
and tbcro to defend said ruit. or the same will be taken as
confessed as to hiin and set f.'r bsniig ev. perte.
V. N. KOUUV, C. . M..
April 15, lf..,C-H By J MES R. EVANS, H. C. A M.
David i Co., ol David aud Joseph David, Vi. A. P.
rpilE PLAINTIFFS, ON AFFIDAVIT,
JL tay the defendant is indebted to tbem, snd that he is a
non retidentof the State and having obtained an original at
tachment Hgainet the estate of tbe defendant returnable be
fore Charles Morrow, a Justice of the I'eace for Knox couuty,
the same have beep levied upon tbe defendant's property : it
is ordered that publication be made for four successive weeks
iu Brownlow s Whig, notifying said defendant to appear at
bis office iu tho first Civil JL'istrict of Kuox county, on the
16th day cf Octobtr, le:0, cr tile tamo will be proceed' d with
April 25, 15C-e-lt CHARLES MORROW, J. P
John Patterson vs. Daniel Litrel.
THE PLAINTIFF, ON AFFIDAVIT
A says the defendant is indebted to him and so absconds or
concaal him-tult' ttiat t!ie ordinary process of lavv caunct
be served npou bim, and bavins obtained an original attach
ment arainst the e6tate of tbe defendant mado returnable be
fore W.P. i'arker, a Justice of the I'eace for Claiborne county.
aud tbe same having been lev; -d on deiundant's property : It
is ordered Ly said Justice that the defendant appear be fere
bim, at his, office m Claiborne cennty, Tennessee, en the
nib day of October, lfOb, or it will be proceeded w ith ex parte.
It ie further ordered by said Justice, that this notice bo pub
lished for ionr eucccssive weeks in Brownlow e Whig.
aprii-4t ' W. P. J'AKKER. .J. P.
John A. Cleveland vs. A. J. Kinney.
IN THIS CAUSE IT APPEARING
J- to the satisfaction of too Justic of the Peate, that tbe de
fendant has so absconded that tbe ordinary rrorevvf law can
not he served umm him: It is therefore ordered lbn i.Tililira-
tion of t Ilia cause be made f(Jr four "ucec-sive week in I'rown-
low a W but, notityiu the defendant. A. J. hiun'V, to appear
before . I, din ('. Iiak r. fco..ftf bis lum-.e in M:ivii.irdr!ll,- nn
the il-t d.iy of May, ISO, to make bis d' feuse, or j'ldgment
will be taken asain-t b'm bv default.
May 2d, lSo6-4tpf - ' J'.'HN C. liAKEII, J. J'.
DRY GOODS, &c.
I860. SPRING ! ISM.
P. DICKINSON & CO.,
("A l the old 'ttHii'l ot Cowan .V iUcMNso-N.)
ARE NOW RECEIVING THEIR NEW
Prims, Giiighams,Organdio. Percales,
Knglisb Bareires. anil Grenadines.
Bleached li.'ijieties L!-1 Im f-1. .Jaconets',
Tarltons. Irish Linens', and
Ladies CamSirir Handkcrrhicl'-. ,Ve.. c.
Velvet, Jrussf Is 3 Ply.
Ingrain. Hemp, Cocoa and Manilla Mattings
and Oi! Carpet.
Damask. Lace. Shades, and Bufi' Ilollauds.
Black Frock Coats, Black Silk Gnuiadine,
Vests ; Fancy Cassmerc Suits ;
Drap Dc-ie Suits, and Linen Clolhing.
BOOTS, SHOES & HATS,
HOSIERY and NOTION GOODS,
Best Brand. No.'s 3 to lL.
All of the above New Goods for sale at
tho lowest .Market Price by
Arri-:i r. dickixson oc co
On Gay Street, next door to Ocoee Bank,
The finest cslabliemont ever opened in this city.
For the best assortment cf
Ladies' Furnishing Goods,
WHITE GOOD S,
EMBROIDERIES,. SILKS, MANTILLAS,
Shawls, Saques ami Circulars,
A s'ludid assortment tf
LADIES', MISSES', AND CHILDREN'S
E'. cry article coLDtcteJ with a first-class Iry Goods
Store always on hand in largo varieties. Trices a?
low, il nut lower, than at any other establishment this
siJe of Xew York. Call at the LADIES' BAZAAR,
nest door to the Ococe Bank, lor fashionabic and cheap
New and Splendid Stock
Spring Summer Dry Goods!
Eames fc "YViUls-,
tln simt, Kitoavilte. 'leuneMer,
A V E J UST RFC EI V ED AN I) OPEN
D a superior swek ol nw ana fshiuuab!o
Sl'KLNK AND SIMMER UUODS!
msistinn ol Laaies' Dress tjowls, Ucady-.vjiide Clotbin.; o
verj variety. Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Notions, c.,c.,l! i.
hich lhe srill disMisr ol at a reasonable tro&t. We invii
ne public (rnerallj to call and elamine our at'-ck before pui
chasing elsewhere. ml5tf EAMES WILDS'
WSI. DiREIS. U C. HOSS.
Wholesale and K;'tiiil Doalcri ia
DRY GOOQS. CLOTHING,
SHOES, BOOTS, IIATS, CAPS,
Hosiery, ISTotion.s, etc.,
BKANNEK fc JOHNSTON,
Gay Street, 3 door Swik Occtt Sunk,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
BOOTS and SHOES,
HATS and CAPS,
and VIRGINIA SALT.
Agent- f'r Kairlank's (standiird Scales of all kinds.
marTtf BBAKSER 4 JOUSgTOK.
Opposite tlie Post Oflice.
AVING PURCHASED THE EX-
TENSIVE and Fasihonabli stock of
II r.-tjfoic Uclongius to i. O. ll'lANi-'tKS A t..'..
J AS. H. ARMSTRONG,
Would lo.-pectfaliy inform hi
OLD FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS,
That he would he nappy to wait on thciu again, guaran
As any huue in
The Stock will be added to from day to day, by '...':. and
itis hoped that the most fastidious, ell the musteewow
icul, bfth of the rity and tb; ceniitry, can t'e pl'-ascd.
COME ONE! COME ALL '. .'
UTE INVITE THE SPECIAL AT
TEXTIOX of Country M Tolianti vi-iti-ju- hii'.'Xvilie,
to oui' lurgc Stock of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS,
Ladles' and (Kents' Furnisliing Goods,
As most of our Goods are purchased of larta Auction Hou
ifS East, we arc enabled to sell Cbap, and offor great indnce
oientd. Give usa trial.
OUR STOCK or
Is the larR.t ever exhibited in Kuosville. Yrj will find tho
bet asjortment of
Lutliew' Kelts antl Garters,
Fine Eiiglisb Needles ami Pius,
TRIMMINGS ol ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
Ladies' Hats, Turbins, Riding Caps,
MANTILLAS, Ac. &c.
JL'LirS OCI1S fc CO.,
(i i. k at t!ie LADIES BAZAAR, M
(,y trert. mat a'i'r to uctxti taiiK.
tt Knoxville, Teun.
MONEY SAVED IS MONEY MADE!
BOOT, SHOE i AND LEATHER STOKE,
KIV O XVILLE , TENNESSEE.
FRENCH CALF SEWED BOOTS, MADE TO ORDER!!
LEATHEE BELTING, Made to Order!
All Orders Promptly Shipped by Express to all Points on Railroads, Ac.
J. S. VAN GILDEE,
Sign Bis Boots KnoxTille, Te nn
STOVES AND TINWARE.
Knoxville and Joncsborough, Tennessee,
JIanufacturtra aatl AVliolisale Dealers iu
Tin, Copper, Brass & Sacet Iron
ATTORNEY AT LAW
United States Claim Agent,
ftuUcv'ing promptly attended to in all the Counliut of
PROSECUTES all kinds op Claims
J- against the Government; also,
Pension, Bounty, Back Pay. Ac, Ac, uue tne friends of de
Government vouchers boneht ar collected on ihe best terms.
Informal claims corrected and collected for horses, forage
and property taken.
Also, collects pay for negroes enlisted in (he army belonging
to loyal citizens.
lie has a record or (be death of all Eaat Tennessee soldiers,
who have died belonging to the Union army. He desires to see
all persons who drew a pension at the breaking out of the rebel
lion who have been loyal ; when the soldier died leaving a wid
ow, she is entitled, if no widow, the children, if no children, the
father, if no father, the mother. Ac. The feet in this class of
cases is five dollars, and one dollar and fifty cents for each cer-
He refers to Gen. 8. P. Carter. Dr. Brownlow. Cols. John Wil
liams, John Baxter, 0. P. Temple, Bam'l R. Sodgers and Judge
Office in basement story of the Conrt House. mayl4tf
G. CLAY SMITH.
C. P. WILCOX.
Ar. I I'.. yuviu-hinj G.'cls rncrally.
SMITH & WILCOX,
Aseiit for the a! of
8. H. Eansom & Co.'s
Ai.ll AS Y STOVES,
'.'i!-.vrii:is a 'i.wfi variety .1
Cooking, Parlor and 'Heating
S T O Ar E S3
ciiiADLt to ;utii:.5r'i liit I'E'jrit it ienvwix.
Tho reputation of turn- Stovi-s : t. well -tabliflu'd iu this
country to need comment.
Wo shall at all tiiui keep cti li.inl a supply of tls- .ftuves
anl an at"rtment ol extra plates for repair-.
OFFICE ON MADISON STREET,
Bt-twera 5th aud 6tb,
"I TILL practice in tht Circuit t'onrta. Court of Apv-'aU
1! t carrai ana supreme Lonrts or tbo l mted states.
3" Claims of every character promptly attended to.
Dnring tho winter, Mr. Wilcox will be fonnd at tho office in
Covington, Jlr. r-mith will attend to business in W asliington
I REDRICK . AIKES.
JOHS W. CLAMPITT.
Kn-j.ville and Ji:ieboro', Teuu.
AIKEN & CLAMPITT,
J- AT LAW and SOLICITORS OF CLAIMS,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Uelers by permission tn Gov. Brownlow, Hon. Horace
31auaril, lion. Uavia ft. Patterson, Hon. J. S. towler, lion
t.,. lay lor, tieu. ii. n. inomas.
KENNEDY & BRO.,
Firl uijor e.-csi "j' (.'.; i'.ccAu.-iyt "t lJ-pmi:-- Ij iitk,
BEG LEAVE TO INFORM THEIR
old friends and the public teuerally, that they are iviw
Ma jufaeturin? and b"( p cniistautly on hand a very superior
LOZEN AND BUNCH THREAD,
-1 - -1 SHEETING,
COTT- N BATTING,
Grain & Flour Sacks,
To which we iuMvj tho iittfnti.u of Merchants and tho pub
NEW TIN -WARE
Sign of (ho "Big (Joilce-Pot," i
Oj)j)u-fitC (Jcui.ral TiUson's IIcuuji.ui'tci's,
JUST RECEIVED A LOT OF TIN and
J Iron V'ire, wiii -h will be su;d at a reduced price. We
have Brass Kettles, Wash U wls, C nolle. 9tickt, Pepper Boxes, '
Graters, Meat Cutters, tonp La i!e5, Fleh t'u: Ii", Butter Spoons,
Cake Pans, Baking Fans, Tea Canisters, Milk Pans, Fancy Cups,
Match Boxes, Fancy Boxes, Suuff-:r., ColTce MMi, Fire dhovels,
L'pK Beaicrs, tpittnous, ie. c.
We are receiving a supply ef Cue jiin Sto"es, to which we
call he attention oi the public.
f fT" All kinds of Tiuware made to order at ;Uor; notice.
f T Particular utt- ntion K'iven to repairing'."
All orders promptly filled.
. . A large lot of uew Coeki:ig ?toveof tlie modt im-
proved Btyle, extra ve.'Stls uf ali kui.ls. Also Uaks Ovens, 6kil- .
lets and Bread Pans, just received, to which -e invite the at- j
tention of the public.
riistf .1. B. HOXfJIE. j
I.. S. TROWBRIDGE. A. CALBWEIL.
TROWBRIDGE & CALDWELL,
A TTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
aJ Oflice in rear of tho Court Bouse.
O. P. TEMPLE,
TTORNEY AT LAW,
UEFEHluSCC. Governor Vim. G. Brownlow. janlCtf
J. S. MATTHEWS,
Attorney at La v,
WILL practice in the courts of McMinn and adjoining
counties, and in the Supreme and Federal courts at
Knoxville. aug9 ly
DR. P. H. CARDWELL
HAS THW DAY EFFECTED AN
arrangement hy which he vrill be aide in the future to ;
supply all persons who rosy desire, frora a siri,z!e to full set of I
teeth, on the . .
VlXC..MZ:i Ut'USSUR SASE, j
Being the latest improvement ia our profe-sion, and having I
been sufficiently tested to warrant us utility, we lake pleasure in !
recommending it as beiui? far preferable in mny respects to!
any other base heretofore used. It can be tied in many in
stances where all other materials fail. No one oeed, therefore,
despair. Call on me, give uic your work audi viil demonstrate i
these facts. '
Remember that a full set of teeth on this milhod coat only ;
half what they would en i?n!d,anU vet preferabl.. in all respects. .
mStf Keapectlully, P. H. CARDWELL.
SALT! SALT!! SALT!!!
h ac alto mado arrangements tor a constant supply of
in tacks and barrels, which will 11 at manufacturer's
price", freights added.
We are also receiviuu: a good assortment of
W hich we- ptopoti! to sell as low a. any house iu Knjxville.
.11. D. L. ttcrROSKY
EVANS, GARDNER & CO.,
pIPORTEES AND JOBBERS OF
iLaasjni joisjcL,ajnLXi c;
GEORGE A. McNUTT,
(Formerly cf A. G. Jackson & to.'-)
IVHuLh.MLE AM KL1A1L ltAI,l! II
CLOTIII IV G
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
No. 1, Coffin's Block, Gay Street.
jaul7tf KXOX VI.'.LE, TEXS.
FLEMING & BROOKS,
The undersigned have this day entered into partnership iu
the practice of Law, in the Statu and FederalC'oarts for Fast
Office Sonth-weit corner of tho eourt-honse, first floor.
December lt, 1S(m. JNO. M: FLEMING,
janlOtf E. J. BROOKS.
TO THE MERCHANTS AND FARMERS
THE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFUL-
-l- LY offers you his services as a Purchasing and Selling
His experience has been acquired by au actual and exclusive
purchase and sale, during tho past ticrnlt jearj, of Dry Goods,
lothin. Boots and Shoes, Notions, Groceries, Hardware,
'Jnecusware, Stoves, Agricultural Implements, ix., for both
the wholesale and retail tradu.
During the past year he has spent much time among tho
Manufacturers of the North, with many of whom he has made
arrangements to fill all cpsIi orders sent tbrongli him at their
oir( prim; especially in Bouts and Shoes, Umbrellas I'hoto
jrraph and Ambrotype Materials, Table and l'ocket Cutlery,
Cane-Seated Chairs, Fortablo Steam Saw Mills, Horse Powers,
Mill Finding, Shingle and Lathe Machines, Bailroad Supplies,
Buggies and Harness, Cotton Gins of tho best make. Agricul
tural Implements, and Farming Machinery of all kinds, to
getber with all kinds of Machinery necessary for t!e manu
facturer of Cotton or Wool. '
Ho has also made arrangements to supply tho In tat I'clro
leum, Lubricating, anv Burning Oils, and Oil Ltitnps, and
will bo able to procure anything to be had in New York or
Ne England upon the shortest notico and at l ho lowest
BjO Will also act as Agent to adjust all kinds of eVbu crc
atcd before the war, duu to parties in any of the .Northern
He will also take great pains to sell all consignments at tho
beH rates to be had in this market, and will make liberal ad
vances upon consignments when in ttorc.
J II. WALKER,
Formerly of Knoxville, Tauu..
inui2s tiui Office, 3S Broad Street, Now York
JULIUS OCHS &; CO.
REG LEAVE TO INFORM THEIR
-Lt Bnmerous friends and patrons that they t'avc c-unected
with their extensive clothing business a regular".
They are now prepared to make up garments lo urder iu the '
most approved style and at the shortest notice. :
They will always keep on hand a large assortment of Tiece
Goods suitable for men's' wear, such as Clothi, C'assimeres,
Linens, Marseilles, Ac., &c. 1 '
A Iaigu assortment of Furnishing G"od . and r :uj', Youths', ;
Boys and Cuildrcus
Boots and Shoes,
HATS & CAPS.
KIT Wo tender oar thanks to our fi lends for p-.st favors, and
respectfully solicit a continuance of their liberal patronage.
Gay Street, two doors south of Adams Express Ofhce.
julyo-Cm J. i 'CHS & CO.
l.-ING B. T. BABBITT'S PURE CONCENTBATED POT
ASH, or READY SOAP MAKER. Warranted doublo tho
strength of common Potash, and superior to any other sapon
itier or Icy in the market. Tat up in cans of 1 pound, " pounds,
s pounds, b pounds aud 1- pounds, with directions in f.nglisti
aud German for making Hard aud Soft Soap. One pound will
make to gallons or soft soap. No lima is required. Consum
ers will hnd this the cheapest potash in market.
B. T. BABBITT,
Nos. 05, t,07, OS, c:, 7t, 7-', and 71 Washington St., N. Y
li. T. BABBITT'S besf Medicinal SALEBATUS, "made
from Common Salt." Bread mado with this Saleratus con
tain", when baked, nothing but common salt, water, and Sour,
os. 04, j7, ijS, W, 70, 72, and 71 Washington St., New
ii. T. BABBITT'S STAR YEAST POWDER. Light Bis
cuit or any kind of cake may ba mado with this " Yeast Pow
der" in lo minutes. No shortening is required when sweet
milk is used. Nos. Gl to 71 Washington Street, New York.
NASHVILLE AND tUATTlNOOSA R. K.
ta,4 r ftl'lK
N. AND C. AND N. AND W. KaILOAI-:.
.U3U lllVf 1CUU., .U tS ' -u K ;-, aOM.a J
,N auu after Tmsduv. Mirch 6, ls-r-i, aod mitM further uo-
t 11 rrr.;..,. - ill nn .. a f.. .
.Nashville and Chattanooga Line.
Leave Nashville for Chattanooga, and ail poini-t South at7:o6
A.H.andoi iO r.M. Arrive at Chattanooga at b:M v.M. and 3:40 A.
il., nxt day. Retnrninc, Leave Chattanooga :at ti:00 a. m.
and S:4-i r. M., arrive at Nashville at 4:"0 p. . snd 0:4-3 A. a.,
All trains coan ct .it Wartracefor Sliclbyviile.:
ITashviile and Ifortliwestern Line.
Leave Nthville for Johnsonvill", and all points West and
Northwest, at 4riO p. a., arrive at Johnsonville at 9.30 p. m.
Beturning, lrave Jubusonville 1:W a. ., arrive at Nash
ville at b:oO a. M.
Train on N. and N. W. Railroads connect at Johnsoville
with first class line of Steamers for Padl'cah, Cairo and St.
Berths and meals free on Steamers connecting with N. and
N. V. Kaii road.
B. T. BABBITT'S LABOR SAVING
Si AF. This soap is made from clean and ruro materials,
KoitialvM no adulteration of any kind, will not injur tha most dol
icate fabric, and is especially adapted for woolens, which will
not Ehrink alter being washed with this Soap. It may be used
in hard or salt water. It will remova paint, grease, tar, and
stains of all kinds. One pound warranted equal to two pound
of ordinary family soap. Directions sent with each bar for
making three gallons handsome soft soap from one pound ot
this Soap. Each bar is wrapped in a circular, containing full
directions for use, printed in English and German. Ask your
grocer for " B. T. Babbitt's Soap," and taka no other.
B. T. BABBITT, Nos. H4, B5, 60, 67, 6a, C?, 70, 72 and 74
Washington street, New York. Apr4-ly
COR A FEESH SUPPLY OF GARDEN
C SEEDS go to febftf Ds. JAMES EoDGEBS.
TF YOU HAVE TETTER, SCALY
Eruptions, Pimples or Blotches on the lace, Vlcera Run
ning Sores, or any disease arising from an impure state of tha
blood, go to De. JAMES BODGEBS, and get a bottle of
Gregg's Constitutional Life Syrup. feb&stf
i. joscpb. a. f, Barra.
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THE HOSMAL SEBIES
ARITHMETICS 3 MATHEMATICS,
"EDWASD BBOOES, A.M.,
rrofeasor of Mathametics in the State Normal School of Pcnna.,
Comprising full course for
Common Sctools, High Schools, Academies,
Seminaries and Normal Schools.
mjJE PLAN, SCOPE, THOROUGH-
I a 1 Mts,t ttimnliritv nf thit SoHm COmiDClatl it
co am pci omii""
tithe judgment and approval of all who examine it. It em
brace taeiouowinj oi-
brooks' normal primary ARrrnMETic.
Designed for thcchild's first text-Wok in the science of Arith-
metic. a tnorongniy puuosvjm. -o --
plan and treatment.
BROOKS' NORMAL ELEMETARY ARITHMETIC,
For Primary Schools, is designed to furnish an Introd.utJ
i . : u ritt.n arithmetic, and is confined to the rules ana
problems most used in every day business.
BROOKS' NORMAL MENTAL ARITHMETIC,
A completa text-book upon tho subject of Mental Arithmetic,
acknowledged to ba tho most philosophical and exhaustive
- . . . j . 1 . i . ..-mmJ ia nit narwl as A at 11
worK oi me aina m u jc, a.., " .
w i . v. - M.innt. Ar tha K.ut oenivil in I en nlV ITa-
nia It contains a f pages of Mental Algebra, showing tha
. . i . . n.i.iR nMiVlntii, involvinfif
use or tna aigeoraic lenors m -
BROOKS' KEY TO NORJIAL MENTAL ARIT1I
A lucid expositor to the above, contains many excellent ug
gastions and as an assistant to the teacher of.Mental Arith
metic, or the private student, will be found of great value. It
contains valuable suggestions on methods of Teaching Mental
Arithmetic, ana also an interesting conecimn oi fnu'ipiu,
working up classes during a dull exercise.
BROOKS' NORMAL WRITTEN ARITHMETIC,
niicmpfl tn ai-rnmnanv the Normal Mental Arithmetic. H so
admirable a treatise upon the science of numbers that it has
caused the repeated revision of other works with which it has
come in competition.
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Designed as a Key to the above in which tho principles au
mathods of Teaching therein presented are more fully devtlop
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many new and simplified demonstrations in Geometry and
Trigonometry. It presents the practical part of the subject in
about one-half of the space usually devoted to it, without
breaking the chain of logic, and is regarded as a most valuable
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ples taught in the demonstrations. Theories for original
thought, without demonstrations, are also given, requiring
pupils to try their unfledged wines in demonstrating without
the aid of the text.
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i. Potts, have in their posFession letters recommending thisen
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familiar science : 18 mo., 305 liases
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SHETTARD S CONSTITUTIONAL TEXT BOOK.
SHErTARD's FIKST BOOK OF THE CONSTITUTION
Tr WnrLa tlm former more comDrehensive. tho latter small
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BOUV1ERS FAMILIAR ASTRONOMY,
Complete ; Sv., !? pag'.
BOUVIER'S FAMILIAR ASTRONOMY,
Abridged ; Sio., I'SG pag--.
Tli-so elegantly printed and superbly illustrated works have
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and colleges. Their plans, accuracy, aud simplified mode of
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learned both in Europe aud America. The larger work Is di
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sitv of Glasgow, Scotland ; Lieut. M. F. Maur, ; Bear Admi
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Military Academy, Wct 1'oiut; George Bishop, Proprietor of
the Regent's Park Observatory, London ; Sir David Bre?ter,
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Cataba " Bell's Whiskey,
Cognac " Puro Old Bourbvc,
Blackberry u me, Ilostetter s Bitten,
Malaga " Drake's "
Port " Bull's
Sherry " Old Tom Gin.
PILI.S! PILLS!! PILLSII!
McLanc's. Roback's, .
Jayncs", Dr. Lee's, '
Hooper , Radway s,
Ph.tlon's Night Blooming Cereal, Odor of opening Viewers,
Lnbin'3 Jockey Clnb, WUJ
Fatchouly, " Koaes,
" Geranium, X. Ba-in'i queen of lowers sxt.
" Sweet Briar, Burnett's Orintal Tooth Wash
Tan Buskirk's fragrant Sozodont, for preserving tne Teeth.
Ayer's Sitrsaparillu, Jaynes' Carminatire,
" Cherry Pectoni. Dr. Vt m. Ilan s Balsam,
'' Ague Cure, Whitcomb'sAsthaa Remedy
Jayncs' Alterative, Brown's Jamaica Winger,
Dr. Wistar's Balaam Wild Cherry,
Heluiboldt's Fluid Extract of Buchu, Jtc, Ae.
Nerve and Bone,
Dr. John Bull's Worm Candy, Mrs. Winslow's Eoothiag
Syrup, R. R. Relief, Prey's Vermifuge, Jahnstoek'i
Vermifuge, McLain's Vermifuge, .Lyon's Katharon,
Wood's llair Restorative, Godfrey's Cordial, Whitney s
Liquid Opadcldoc, Brown's Brochial Troches and Laca
liao ; Barnctt's Coe ine, Kalluton, and Cajtorice, Pain
Killer, Gargling Oil, Ac.
PRESCRIPTIOSS A CCURA TEL T PREPARED.
3T Dr. R. can be consulted professionally at the
Drug Store during business hours, and at his residence,
corner of Cumberland and Locust S recta, at other hoars,
when not professionally absent. Bg9 tf
SCHOOLS FUJ 1NISHED
WITH DISKS ANE SEATS, LOCK-
1 1 ISO Ink- 'alii. Outline kin ds. aaoerior pBaowrmcab
1th th latest .mDroTr-mPuti, for Co-i
NEW DRUG STORE!
S. D. MITCHELL & CO,
One dour South of the Post Offic,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LAR0K ASSORT
Drugs, Medicines, Dye Stufis,
"ViucIo-v Glass, &e.,
Pure "Wines and X.iauors
for medicinal parposar.
Bazia's White Pond Lilly Extract,
Bazin'3 Queen of Flowert,
Bazin's Amber Hair Oil,
Bazin's Fond Lilly Pomade.
PHAIOFS NIGHT BLOOHIXCr C2SZTJ3.
A line assortment of
FIST C Y SOAPS.
A good assortment of HAIR, T00T11, SAIL ad
Accurately compounded at low rates from the best
Chemicals, Tinctures and Drugs.
lef" Kenienibcr, we soil at the lowest rates
Drugs, Chemicals, Wines, Liquors, Fer
fumeries, Toilet Articles
&c, &c, &c.
S. D. MITCHELL & CM
' ni2--U' Gat Street, KsoxviLtaa, Tbs.i.
Tobacco 1 Friiit Growers.
War iitt'-i.tk'ij incalle-I to tho
' Bone Snper-PAospnate of lime
3IAJJCFACTLRED BV THE
ALLEGHENY FERTILIZER CO.,
These icrtiliieri are thi; cheapest, most reliatN aodconv enieut
Manure ever manufactured, msann; to thi Farmor Imrgn
rttnrn for a small ontlay, increaaiD? the crops from forty to
rll'ty p r ccut. In proof of thi wo submit tho following
Aualysid mado by Prof. OTTO WITH, of trH city, with the
ttL-compaoyms letter :
cf PAoqrtofr ntafe by Pry. Otto IT-ti, jvrtki Mefcu
ItrtUuer ComjKjnj, riU"rji, re, j -.nn-irj
f JiydraUi of Phosphoric Acid..
1 LlUMI f
' Magntsi; f .
Per Osydo of Iron . J
SulDhato of Potaah
I Sulphate of Ammonia ..
piflicult to dissolve (jjpgun,
f Phusphoric Acid....
j L lino
"j Magnesia ,
Per Oiydo of Irou.,
, 6 30
SanJ and Hay..
PiTTaatRtiH, January J"th, 1S06.
ALi.toUL.Mf I'tcriLLita Coir.jiir:
ijaillemm Enclosed 1 send yon tho Analysis of your TJ ureka
Ammoniated Bone nper-Pbosphate of time. Tha immense
value of tho Super Phosphate U known to every Agricnitaral
it ; also the taet, that tho value of different Fertilizers ia al
ways io proportion to th- amount of SolubU Phosphoric Acid
:nd 'alts of Ammonia. The " Eureka'' contains over four,
fifths of its Phosphoric Acid in tho soluble state, also, twalT
per cent, of Sulphate of Ammonia, and a considerable quan
tity of organic matter of fermrntin; quality. It is abvlous
that a Fertilizer of such a composition cannot be surpassed.
and it cives mr a great deal of pleasure to recommend your
" Eureka" as the moat reliable Fertilizer which has come to
lours, respectfully, OTTO with,
Analytical and Consnltins; Chemist,
Corner of Third and bmuhnald streets.
T. .. . . , U. lU.t
eorpantpnieKscDiaaairvcuoDa iot use,
Gil EM i FtttTlLUEKCy.MPA.NY, Bus Jil7, Pittabarga,
r. .... i BU-IJB
rn., 9m kiikxri otkeet.
THE NATIONAL SEWING MACHINE.
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